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Go to Church Sunday Schedule for Area Activities 6 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAID Friday, January 16, 1959 ntCKVIM-E FIRSt BAPTIST Ret. Percy J. Brims, paitor CITY CHURCHES ASSEMBtT OF GOD 211 8. Chltrmn Rf-t. A, D, Sturm, Pastor Sunday Sehow, f:tt a.m. Class*.* for «n ag«s. Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon, wv. Stnrrn. Evening KranK*l!j;tlr Service, 8 p.m. Ret. Sturm. Tuesday. * p.m.. Youth aerrlce. ThurjxJjr. fl p.m. ~" " •- days LtmiEIUS , . ._. Sjfhod) MM N,.Second l)»Tld K. "RW-V, Pastor Saturday, 9 a.m.. Instructions. Sun- In f School, 9 a.m. tHTtne Service, 10 EHSCOPAI Mill *nd Grrtnwfrh R«. T. J. wniUm*. RK-tor Holy Communion, S a.m. Chow! KxichRrtat, 10:30 a.m. Chxirch Schoo '»!! ages 10;3fl a.m. TotiUi confirm*- «oa Clowes, 9:45 a.m., PCERN OF ANGGI.S 91Z McKtnlet Mscr, D. A, Cnnnlnitham, Sunday Masse* 6:15, 7:15, 8:30, 9:4. and ll a.m. M.wes on Holy Days 5:45 6:45. 8 and 9 a.m. Week-day Musses T and" 8 a.m. Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother Fridays at. 7:30 p.rn <. Confessions 4 to 6 and 7:3f> to 9'3dI p.rn. Saturday*. Thursdays First, Fridays and etes r>f Holy Bnpji'.-nw Sundays at 1 p.m. ST. At'GL'STIVfi CATHOLIC Kenwood and Grore Msgr. Robert P., .Fennine?, pastor Sunday Masses, «, 7. 8, !>. 10. 11:U> snd 12:15. Week . risy Mn*.«ra, 6:45 :40 and R:15. Holy Day Mnsaes: 5:30. f and 9 a.m, nnd 12:10 and 5:30 p.m Confessions on Rat.urd.tyR nnd eves of first Fridays nnd Holy Dnyr. 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 o'clock Novena to Our tarty of Perponm! Help, Tues- dny.i nt 7 :M p.m, Bnpil.sms 2. Sunday afternoons OR. MEADOW CONOKIXIATIONM Ret. Stanley s.trgeant Pastor Church School. fl:M » m. Moniln; worship, 10:30 a.m. GRAND MEADOW UiTMCRAN KitKfiir V. ifnlland. Pastor Morning worship !l:30 i> m. Sundav School, 10:30 a.m, MCKVtttt Rf!WACM,AT« CONCEPTION CATHOLIC Rev. rathe- trtffm siirn cast ' THE cnt'Rcn OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAT SAIXTS 1700 West Maple Cliude I. Sumner, president Sunday School. 9:30 a.m. Prleft- nood. Belief Society. 11 i.rr. sacrament Meeting, 7 p.m. CRANE AnnrrtON COMMI-SITT CflAPCt Becker and Tollefson Rer. Jo« II. Matt, Pastor Sunday School. S:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. CTF. 6:SO p.m. Evening Ren-lee, 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Prayer! Blbls Study, 7:30 p.m.; C.xVohk", Claw, 6:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m, 'l>en- Xight. FAITH Kl'B Maple at Fifth Ret. Gordon \Vendlanil, Pastor Sunday. 9:15 . 10:15 a.m. Sunrtav Church School: Nursery. Kindergarten. Grade four through Adtiltj. Craft project time. Grades 1, 2 and 3. 10:30. 11:30 a.m., .Morning Wornntp. Sunday Church School. Nursery through Orade three. Supervlaetl nursery d«r- Insr worship. Sermon; "Tt.e Prlorltv of the Kingdom." Youth rnlly. Itomp- stpad Church, Rochester, 7:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, pastor's conference, Reformation Lutheran Church, St.. Paul. Thursday, 7 p.m. TF rfcron- t oual, 7:30 p.m.. Boys. Olrla Fellow- «h!p: 8:30 p.m., YF deyotionnl. ! ST. •10IIN-S i;v. I (Missouri Sy'ind) Kenwood and ('rvllrge Rev Holier! n. llanip, pastor Sunci;u Swlrps, 8 & 10:30 n,m Sunday School. f»:l5 n n:. Holy mtmlon celehrufcd 2nd ft 4th day, 10:30 a.m. and at 7 p.m •jfr Sen-Ire every ;ird Sunday. . MK,U)O1V ROT. Harold A. Clark. Pastor Sunday, Church School, 9:45 fl.ir. •i^rvicc.^ 11 a.m. Monday - Wednesday, Pa»!/)r'fl Conference, St. Pan!. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Women 1 * Society. 'nuinvlay, 8:40 a.m., wcekrl.iv clurfff. Study nroup, 1:^0 p.rn, • • • rind li" ;\ -v -5 p.m.. 7-n ' . 8'Jdmlav IUCBVILLR ST. PETER'S Lt'THERAN Re.t. Walter SchrnMer, pastof Services. 9 a.m. Church School, ft.x. 10 . Com-i Pnn-| VPS-| ST. FIMIAKR'S fATIIOLlt: Grand Meadow Msur. Ravmond Galilean. Pastor Sunday Masses, n. 10 a.m. Wce.kdnj Mossca, 8 a.m. Chapel Rectory, except Thursdays. M:isr<-«, 7:!5 a.m Confcsatons. 3:SO-4:30 p.m., 7::!0-n o m. Saturday. Midnight Mnf*. DM. 2-1. Fen^t, of Chrlatmaq, Thurs., Dec. 25. Maases, 4 8 -DO nnd fl:00 a.m. Be.nedlo- ! Mon of the BlessHl Sacrament after •lie n.-oo o'clock Mass. Cnnfp.vtonv. i I'ucsflny anil Wednesday 23 and 24 :3:30 to 5 p.m. and eve.nlnr/« 7 '.'10 to H:00. HAYFIKMI TUINtTY LUTHERAN j Thomas K. Mail?. Pastor : Worship service 10:30 n.m. Sundav {School. fl:;. r > A.m. Sermon: "When the Wlno Fulled." Confirmation f'laMep !> nnd 10 n.ni. Suturdiiy. Tuesday, 7 p.m., coni'rocallon meeilni?. ST. F>L.\F 1,1,'TIILIIAV Across from Postofflc.e net. Arthur I,. Swenson, Pastor Sunday Borvire;,- 8:45. P:4i ami WM ii.tn. Sirmon: "O S'.urUlm' Question." jllov. Swenson. Sunday Srhool: H:4rj. :!':15. 10:r;.i nnd 11:15 n.m. Chlldrcn'n j Worship Service: 8:45. 0:45, 10:35 nnd | i 1:15 a .in. Sunday 7 • outdoor recrpAlIotuil. ... .„ ...^ *..*.. _, i \I Club. Monday, 7 p.m, Boy Scouts: i p.m. Tuesday, fi p.m., 'Trufit.e'e's "niect p.m . Athiit Membership Class. RH'EVILLP, FIRST CONORF.OATIONAL Church services 11 a.m. church School, 10 ».m. RICEVILLE WAVNB H.1PTIS1 Rev. Perry J. Brtins, pastor Wor.-shlp service 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. RICEVILI.E FIRST METHODIST Revs. Liiella G. Koelher and T. .fanet Snrrfnm, co-pastors Sunda.v School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m MYF 7:30 p.m. alternate. Sundays wi'h Mclntlre youth. ROSE CRI.KK COSOHKOATIONAL Rev. Wilbur Junker, P.istor Mornlnn Worship, a a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. ST. .JOHN'S LUTHERAN On Highway IR, 111 miles eji.sl nf Austin (Near F.lktnn) B. I'. Petrlrk, Pastor Bible Olafis. .Sunday School. 9 ».m Divine worship 10 a.m. Saturday & a.m., Confirmation Cla/iscs. iiAVFini.n I'REsnvTF.niAN Rev. (iiorce Klnber, Pastnr Con f intuition Clnas Saturday. 11 u —, m. Sunday School School 9:45 n.m p.m., HI-lieii[;uejaervlcea 11 a.:n. Nursery. Sennon :30 p.m., M &|"The SH'ht. of Ood." Adiilt. Study, [Room 107. 7:30 p.m., Annual' I nation nieetlnr, I'arlah Koiw Aurtl- liorlum. Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.. Brother| hood supper meetlnjr. WVdtiesrlnv. 7:55 a.m.. Youth Dovotlorml. Rlehard Westby Memorial Clinpol. Thursday 2 p.m., WlllliiR Workera, ehiircli p.irl'orc.. 8:30 p.m., St. Oinf choir potluck supper, church parlors. 7 p.m.. Hoard of Education, Pastor Rwensou's office Siiturday. 8:30 - 12 IKXHI. Youth Con- flnnAtlon Clu.mcn; 2 p.m., I.CR, pa.- rlsh houae auditorium. CHURCH OP CICRIST Oakland & Greenwich ST. PAUL'S LUTIIRUAN (Wisconsin Synodl (Arrows from nandshellt I.. W. Schlerenheck, Paslor Herman H. Kooy. Mlnlster-Fran-Miti' „ 5orvlc *« nt - «:1S nnd 10:30 a.m. Holy Bible School 0-30 am Wor«r!ln l Com P lunlon " le thlrd Sunday of each 10:15 ».m Christian Y^utlT Hoi?' P?H cRc ^" (!rnllon «"• P«cedln B «:« p.m. ETanwitetto Horn• 7-4S pm''ru^ y 1( f " nndnv s ° Bhonl - A<jult Blb1f ' Midweek Prayer. 7^0 p.m.'T^:ffl f ^^ 0 »^' „'« ^,' FELtOWSniP METHODTST i P. 1 "!' 1 ..}Y (?<lll !l:' 1 . (li ' 5? '. 7 :30 _P m • Yo » n :' HAVFIFI.D RACRrO HKART Rev. Peter Coleman. Pastor Massey 7:30 nun 10:30 a.m Rundav Wceiidav Mas,-, 7:30 a.m. Devotions. 8 p.m. Friday*. Sunday School. 9:15'a.m. Morn!n?| Worship, 10:30 a.m. SuperrLwd nurs- SALVATION ARMY 418 E. nrldsre FIRST CHtTRCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST I p.m The Reading room li open «ich Monday, Wednesday and Friday from I to 3 p.m. excepttDK legal boll- Sr. Capts. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gorton | C)fflrers-ln-Cliarse Sunday School, 10 a.m Devotions i i 11 ••"!. Directory Study CIs««, 6 p.m I 129 West Maple ! Corps Cadet meet, 0 p.m. Young Peo- sunday aen-lce at 11 a.m. SubjectiPlc'a Legion meeu, 6:,10 p m ^Wed^^tS n^,;; 3 ? -™Vp^ g 1 "^^ 1603 W. College Rev. John Kerr, Pastiir Clnirch School f)M5 a.m. C]a^ff for nil aiTM. Worship 10:50 a.m. Sermon: of Life." 3 p.m., ay, 8 p.m, - !•••". v*\vVJVVlu[, »^tt.— „,. „ days. The public is cordially Invited;"The tend th» church F1UST BAPTIST 1800 West Oakland fter. C»rl W. Brown, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 Mornlnn wor. Hoard me*tlni?. LANSING METHODIST Kev. Elsie Hart man, Pastor Saturday, «:30 p.m., potluck dinner. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship wsrv- . - — » ..V..- j. ,„ „.,„., onuuin.il niuiooi !';? S 'J I " m ' Sorrnon : '"11>e Prlnr;e nf Service, 0 p.m. Eve-i Saturday Worship Service, li a.m L!, 1 ,1, Ciarm( ' nt "" -Monrtny. B p.m., Men's 11. Youth fling Service, 7 p.m. Thursday, p.m.. Prayer meeting. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL The Church With The White Spire 1800 W. Mill Her. Edwin Arnold, Pastor Worship Sen-Ice, 10:30 a.m. Nursery open. Church School, 9:15 a.m., fifth grade throuRh adulta. Two-year-olds SEVENTH DAY ADVF.VTIST C'edar and Franklin Herman Guy, Pastor Saturday, 10 a.m.. Snbbath School TRONIUMKM LUTHERAN PAIIISH Arthur M. Vorlics, Pastor HA WARD LUTHERAN: Divine Wor- shlp, II a.m. Sundnv School, 9:45 a. in. 1,1,. R p.m.. Trond'hjem. Monday, R li m., Mary Circle with Mrs. Arthur Vortices. Friday afternoon. Esther Circle with Mr*. E. Jr. tnrKon. TTlOND.mrCM UTTHF.nAN: Divine Worship, !):30 a.m. SS followers. 1J:,, u p.m. HOLLANnALF. LUTHERAN Rev. Herbert L. nus.sm.in, Pastor Residence Albert Lea Worship Services !):30 a. m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. CHRISTIAN REFORM HOLLANDALK Rev. Sidney Mlersma, Pastor Worship {1:30 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Evening worship 7:30 every Sunday. IIOLLANDALE REFORM Rev. K. A. Dykstra, Pastor Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Christian Endeavor 7 p.m. Evening worship 8 p.m. MAPLE ISLAND - HOLLANDALK CONSKHVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL Rev. William Hankcster. Pastor Worship 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 n.m. Wednesday. Prayer and nible Study 8 p.m Tuesday evening. Young People's meeting 8 p.m. 'SAFE CONDITION 7 DUTY 10:30 a.m. Sunday, 6:30 Monday. Mothers Club - 7:30i J'athrinders, 7 p.m. Tuesday. Praver Meeting, 7:30 p.cp. Wednesday. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN 801 South Second Rev. David B. KacheJ, Minister of Education Sunday, Family Program, 0:30 a m.- 12 noon. Coffee Hour 10:30-11 a.m Church School Classes, every nge fourth grade, P*^^*t o*« *r . i«nJiiiivv,> , ^iiL'L iit:i.~j i., j uu K.>. »T>t,-jin(Jii. VJTC>1 wtth Mrs. William Iiewls. 1207 N. Ken- tlon," R«v. Kachel. "jr. HI Feiiowship •wood. Tuesday, 8 p.m., Board ofj7 p.m. Monday. 7 p.m., Boy Scouts' rnutees. Wednesday. 6:30 p.m., Cen-!f ! ourt. or Honor. Thursday, ConKrega- tury Club potluck supper. jtlon meeting nnd C:30 p.m., potlxick FIRST METHODIST i""PP«T. St. Paul and Staple Ke». William J. Campbell, minister Sunday services, Sunday School. 4:15 ».m.-JO:45 a.m. Sermon: "The Corning, Great Church." Rev. Campbell. Today, 7:15 p.m.. Cub Scouts , 8 p.m., Confirmation Class; .,-~_ Club. Sunday, 4;M p.m., Jr Hi MTP; 6:30 p.m., Sr. HI MYF. Monday. 7 p.m.. Social Relations Commission. Tuesday, 6:45 p.m., Mens Club supper, 7 pan., Boy Scouts. Wednesday, «:45 p.m., Jr. HI Youth Council. Thursday. 9:30 a.m., WSC8 Bible Class; 6:30 pjii., Youth Council; 6-iiO prn., Sorosls C'.ass. GRACE BAPTIST Main and Cedar He*. Karl F. Brown, Pastor Sunday School 0:45 a.m, Mornln? \\orslilp, 10:50 a.m. Nursery open gl'i services BYF. 6:30 p.m., Evenlna serv^ Ice, 7:30 p.m. Thursday. 7:30 pa. Prayer. Blbl« Study. r.RACE AMERICAN LUTHERAN S. M. Schreltmueller, pastor Two worship »ervlcea each Sunday »t 6 ».ra, «nd 10:30 a.m. Sunday txjhool, 9:1S »,m. Leonard Ocss, organist. Sunday, a p.m., annual congregational meeting. HOLT CROSS EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN (Missouri synod) Collins and Beaver Ret. II. C. Bentrup, pastor Worship Service, 8:30 and 10:*a » m. Suaday School, 9:30 a.m. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 103>i South Jay Sunday, 2:30 p.m.. Public Address. "What Is Your Religion Doing For You?" C. Jorgenson. Watch tower Study, 3:45 p.m.: "Happy Are the Ones Staying Awakt." Tanadar. 8 . —T» ...,«..^. J.llt'^Ua>, O p.m., Bible Studies, Kingdom Hal!l slll P aad 1203 N. Seventh. Thursday, 7:30"" Sen-Ice' Meet- , Broun Nursery open. Come as a family. Sermon." Grounds for Condemmv- AREA CHURCHES LITTLK ci:nAR LUTHERAN, ADAMS Truman P. Mohn Pastor Sunday Worship. 0:3(1 n.m School, (i:30 a.m. Luther Uca?\it( plan uln^ session, '2 p.m. Jr. LL, 7:."0 p.m. Wednesday, S p.m., SS teacheri-; Altar Guild or«anl/,iyUoiiiU meetliii;, 2 p.m.: Mothers Cltib, 8:15 p.m. BEAR CREKK LUTHERAN Her, Eugene V. Hnlland, Paslor Sunday School. 9:45 a,m. Morning \\orslitp, 11 a.ni. BETHANY BIBLE nil'HCII INTERDENOMINATIONAL Leltoy, Minn. George C. Berclnnd, Pastor Sunday School, 0:15 a.m. Worshi], Service 10:30 a.m. Evening Gospel •?orvlee. •; :-i3 p.m. Prayer mcetln Wednesday 8 p.m IIETHANY Ll'TIIERAN ClIURCn 4 Miles Northeast of I.eRo.v Served by Lutheran Seminary Students. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worshl: Service. 10:30 a.m. BLOOMING PRAIRIE COMMUNITY METHODIST Ret. Elsie Hariman, Pastor Sunday, ;i:30 a.m.. worship. Sund.i\ Schnol, 10:M a.m. Sermon: "The Fringe of His Garment." Pot lurk dinner, 12:30 p.m.; MYP, 7 :M p.m. Ht.OOMl.Nn PRAIRIE TRINITY LtrninRAN Morning Worship 9:30 n :n Sunciv, ScJioul, 10:« am. nitnw.vsn.ALE KIKST BAPTIST Frank M, Pclerscin, Pastor Sunday School. 10. Miinut:- wor- FIKST BAPTIST Wesley Swedberj, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Gospel Hour, R p.m Thursday, 8 p.m.. Bible study, prayer meeting. LKROY LUTHERAN Rer. Hubert A. Rciisclie, Pastor Sunday, 9:4,1 a.m. Sunday School <«U'es 3 and tip), Special class, par ents pro-school, klmlersnrten children. Adult Bible Class. Worship 10:30 ".m. LKROY PRESBYTERIAN George B;irn|(t, Pastor Today, G:-I5 p.m.. Fellowship dinner, church: 7:30 p.m., Congrefjatlotial •.iipctlng. Sunday 9:-!5 a.m. Sunday School, II a.m. Morning Worship. , Sennon: "Arc You Predjudiced?" Sundnv i Evenlntr services. 3 p m 2pm Yout!i 'buclnut. canvas. Thursday. B p.m" Youth Criisnders; 8 p.m. teacher irnininE, Munse. LYLE MISSION (Christian and Missionary Alliance) Rev, Wilbur Junker, Pastor Sunday School 10 n.m, A class tm every ase. Mornlni; Worship ll am Young people's. 7 p.m. Evening worship, B p.m. Thursday 8 p.m. 'prayer Bible study. MARSHALL LUTHERAN Adams, Minn. ST. LUKE'S LUTHERAN LansInK Missouri S.vnnfl P. L. F'rlrdrlch, I'aslnr Dlvliii. Worship. 8 a.m. Sunclnv School, 9 a.m. SACKED HEART CHURCH Adams, Minn, Rev. Rlchnrd Hard cm, Paslor Muss .Schedule: Sundays. 7:110 and H)::iO a.m., Hayfleld. Brownr.dale, fi n.m. Holy Dnys 6:30 and 7:45 n.m., Hayfleld. Drownfidalp, 8 p.m. First Fridays. 5 p.m.. Hayfleld. Brownsdnlc 1 p.m. Weekdays, 7:30 p.m.. Haytleld ST. MICHAEL'S AMERICAN LUTHERAN Rev. Rlchnrd Later, Pastor Sumlity School, D;3<l a.m. Worship 10:30 ti.rn. ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC Leltoy, Minn. Rev. Elmer Kclicn, Pastor Masses every Sunday 8, 10 a.m. ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC ROSE CREEK Rev. Leon Hazlnskl, pastor Masses 0 and 10 a.m. Sunday. Weekdays, 8 a.m. Confession Saturday 1 fl:30. 7:30 p.m., also 7:00 p.m. betore first Fridays. SPRING VALLEY ASSEMBLY OF r,OD Rev. C. G. Scharnbers, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, at 11 a.m, Christ's Ambassador's service 7:15 p.m. Evangelistic - service, 8 p.rn Wednesday, 8 p.m,,|mond B. Donald of Minneapolis Prayer service. l . . . " ST. PETER'S LUTHERAN Elma, Iowa Rev. Walter Schroeder, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Sunday services, 10:30 a.m. HEART WINS COMMUNITY _ Four-year-old Mike Pappas of Arroyo Grande, Calif., plays with a toy truck outside his home Thursday, unaware that almost a whole community has volunteered to help save his life. There's a hole in his heart, and doctors say he'll live only three years without an operation. Since his story was told by the Santa Maria Times hundreds of people have volunteered blood needed for the operation and money to help his divorced mother pay for the surgery. (AP Photofax) TO PRODUCE MORE REVENUE Freeman Urges Changes in Corporation Tax Rates Icy Walk Victim Gets Court OK ST. PAUL (AP) — The Minne-! Brown fell while helping Alden sola Supreme Court today paved JL. Bertrand of Mankato, a rela- the way for trial of a ?44,000 j live, build a frame house. Brown personal injury suit by Dr. Ray- claimed he was covered under a SPRING VALLEY FIRST BAPTIST Rev. W. G. Copham, Pastor j against the city of Minneapolis. Dr. Donald lives at 3833 Lyndale Ave. S. The high court rejected the ap- i peal of the city and upheld Judge i Iving R. Brand of Hennepin Coun! ty District Court, who granted Dr. 10 a.m. Sunday School, nil RRCS. Two found in favor of the city. couples classes, II a.m.. Worship Berv-i Ice. Evening Service, B p.m. Baptist' Youth, 7 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m., I prayer, Bible study, Sunday sermon,' Then Phillip." personal liability insurance policy issued to Bertrand by the Western Casualty and Surety Co. Fort Scott, Kans. Justice Thomas Gallagher said in the unanimous decision there were not sufficient grounds for a ST. PAUL (AP) — Changes *n corporation income tax rates and structure to produce an additional $10,400,000 |n revenue were recom mended by Gov. Freeman in his budget message. The two principal changes he proposed would reduce the corporate tax rate from the present 7.3 per cent, including surtaxes, to a straight 5 per cent and would eliminate deductibility of federal income taxes paid. Outside tax experts said that because of the complicated nature of corporate income taxes, there has not yet been time to figure the effect of the proposals in specific cases, Broaden Base The governor said removal of federal deductibility would broaden the corporate tax base, but would reduce the tax burdens of small corporations. He added that his proposals would mean lower taxes for some 5,000 corporations, little change for another 5,000 and an increase for about 1,000. "Even for larger corporations," Freeman said, "the net cost of the corporate income tax, after taking ! into account the fact that the state Red Chief Prefers Nikito Over Nehru ; MADRAS, India, (AP) — The Communist chief minister of Ker- ala state said today he will by- 'pass Prime Minister Nehru's government and appeal to Nikita j Khrushchev for economic aid for his state. j Chief Minister E. M. S. Nam- budripad told newsmen in Trivan- drum, capital of the southwest Indian state, that he will ask the Soviet premier to earmark some of Russia's aid to India for use in developing Kerala. income tax will still be deductible for federal income tax purposes, will be very modest; less than |2% cents on each dollar of Minnesota Income." Still Eighth Place i The Increase will leave Minne: sota still in eighth place as far as j corporate income taxes are con- jcerned among the states having > an income tax but no sales tax. I The governor also proposed a change in the alternative allocation formula to give less weight to sales and more to payroll and property in figuring a corporation's tax base. The present formula permits a Minnesota manufacturer for out- of-state markets to put a weight of GAMBLING, VICE 170 per cent en Sale* and 15 per icent «ach on payroll and proper- :ty. : Escaping Tax ( The governor said that under this formula some manufacturers i are escaping large amounts of tax j and proposed that a 50-25-25 for', mula be substituted. : As an incentive to business dt- 'velopment in the state, he also j asked the Legislature to allow accelerated depreciation for new improvements in machines, equip • ment and buildings. This would include a special incentive to small business in the form of a 20 per cent first year allowance for investments of not mor« than $10,000. Mafia Target in War on Organized Crime NEW YORK (AP)-The federal government is making the Mafia and its traffic in narcotics a primary target in a nationwide war on organized crime. Income tax violations, gambling and vice also are among spheres of Mafia 1 activity to be dealt with. Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers' special task force fighting crime is working out of offices in Washington, New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami. Secrecy Lifted A nine-month veil of secrecy over the work of the anticrime task force was lifted a little Thursday when contempt proceedings were started against an alleged leader of the Mafia. The government complained that he refused to answer ques- tions about the Mafia, the worldwide band of criminal! and terrorists which had its root* to Sicily many years ago. The questions, asked befort R special U.S. grand Jury, wer» about the secret underworld'! links with the narcotics traffic. Term for Dop» Posgeailoa The balky witness li Giacoma Reina, now serving a five-year term for conspiracy and possession of narcotics. Milton R. Wessel, supervisor of the attorney general's nationwide crackdown said "This is the'first public indication of the work th» task force has undertaken and i* an indication of the intensive drive we are now conducting against organized crime." 1 new trial since the so-called new evidence could have been discov- -•— «• —- >-'vj. ered by Brown before the trial Dr. Donald was injured when he j "had he exercised reasonable dili- slipped on an icy city sidewalk. I gence." He sued for $40,000 for loss ofj The court also ordered a new VALLEY FIRST KNGLISH LUTHERAN Sunday School, 9 a.m. Worship Service. 10 a.m. Walther League, 8 p.m. ! earnings. A Responsibility trial for Mrs. Mary Ann Seydel of Okabena in a $35,000 personal in 1 tr .-u-tkwuwtiM jii ti yi/u ( vuu JJCTJ ov^iltll ill Associate Justice Martin A. Nel-jjury suit against Clifford C. Reu son said the high court was inlber of Hector, agreement with Judge Brand's position "since it is clear in this (state that the duty to keep side- SPRING VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL United Church ot Christ Ilcv. Walter Ross, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship '—~ " """ """•' "" '"^ a '" c " ull;l ' wuicu WHS uppea 10 ?'Z,UUU 11 a.m. sremon: "Encti Mnn for Him-; walks and streets in a safe con- by Judge Sam G. Gandrud of Ren- '. PF, 6 P.m.! HI Pf. 7:30 T).lll. : rlitinn io a f oc.TV\,\ t 'iViii;*i, ,.,U:»U |U~,..M»- ^t_ i ^^. , . . —. . Insufficient Amount Dissatisfied with a $800 jury verdict, which was upped to $2,000 i u a-.,,, unriiiuu. budi ivmu iur nun-; •• *-• "-* «*.« ^m.^ fco in a aaic uuu- uy juuge oaiu LI uanciruci ot Ken- ?;wedn,£i n y F 'wo^en^eUa^ 1^1 ^""f 1 " ? responsibility which thejville County District Court, Mrs. LJ p.m., Evening Fellowship, 8:30 p.m. : municipality retains at all times iSeydel appealed on grounds the 0 Ki.mv« v.nfv ; as a primary duty." !amount was insnfficipnt SPRING VALLEY p.m.. Service meetlnpj Sunday, 2: run., public address; .'1:30 p.m WiUchtowor, Bible study. Wodne&day. 8 p.m., Bible study. SPRING VALLF.V FREE METHODIST Rev, Herbert Baker, Pastor Church Servico 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. all as a primary duty." | amount was insufficient. Jn another decision the court j She suffered a fractured verte- granted the appeal ot an insurance! bra and other injuries when her company and held that Robert C.jautomobile collided with one Brown of Mankato is not entitled, driven by Reuber in 1936. to a new trial in his suit to collect I Associate Justice Martin A. Nel$12,000 for injuries he suffered in'son said the evidence reasonably a fall from a scaffold. i supported the woman's claim of The high tribunal reversed car damage of about $1,250 and SPRING VALLEY GR\ci5 BUB ' ^ s ^ Milton D> MasMl of Blue : loss of wa S' es amounting to $1,128. s. Schneider, Paslor !Earth County District Court, who; "Clearly," Justice Nelson added, for had granted a new trial to Brown i "a verdict of $800, when applied SPRING VALLEY ST. HiNATUJS CATHOt.C Rev. Lawrence Ginther, pastor Musses Sunday, 7 and 9 a.m. Weck- idnys, 7 a.m. Holy days, 7 a.m 8 p.m ! l-'lrst Fridays. 7 a.m. Confessions, i weekdays before Mass: Saturday and' ;on grounds ; evidence. of newly-discovered against this amount, is entirely in. adequate . '. ." „ Sunday Soliool. 10:1S a'm Worship! wcekdays bet «re Miiss: Saturday and p , i Servlct, 11 n.ir.. Ll, plunnhiK wsslon Thursdays before the first Friday and ,,|2 p.m. Jr. I..L, 7:30 p.m. \\vdneidny; I Before Holydnys. 4-5. 7:30-8:30 p.m. • ;rt p.m., conisrejuvilonnl meellni?- Motli- Hacrocl Heart Novena, Thursdays bc- ! urs Pluli. I,f H-T; n n, k . f»re the first Frldav a n n. jura Club, ix:, 8:15 p.m, MPLTONVH.LK rOMMr.MTY SPUING VALLEY METHODIST Elwin C. Lahri-n-/, Pastor , llvv - SIar >' McNIcholl, Pastor Mornlnn Worship, 9:30 u in Sermon Saturday. 0 a.m., youth member- "Petrr's Mistaken Uivc " vvccuu'.scla" ;hl l' class. Church School, 9:JO a.m. '1 p.m., Oardi-n C'hih with Mrs Gir.'i WorslUp u a ' m - the first Friday, 8 p.m. FLAMES QUICKLY SPREAD Piki*. MCINTIRE METHODIST Rev. Luella Koetlier, Kev. Janet Surilam, co-pastors Sunday School, 10:4S n m. Worship Service '.1:45 i< m, MYRTLE COMMUNITY CHURCH p.m.. Ministry School; ings, 8:30 p.m. OIT* SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 150« Wert Oihland. BeJ-Air Addition Bev. C. C. Knutson, Pastor Saturday, 9 a.m., Worship Bcrrice 7th jrade Church School; LCS 2 p.m. 9 and 10:20 ajn.. Dlvlue Worship Services. Church School classes Monday, 4 p.m., Circle Bible study leaders; 7 p.m.. Boy BcouU; 8 p.m.. Congregational meeting. Tuesday 7-;;o p.m.. Jr. LL. Tbured'ay, 8 p.n;.,' Voini; Bible «tudy. s "'>'»' p 6 pm. . . Voulh mt>elln;.' Thursday, pra f.venliv.; inuc'.in, NEH'RY GI'VEVA OT1IOUC Rev. Urban Ncudccker, Pastor ST MARYS, Cioneva. Masses 7 and U) .v.m , every Sunday, ST. AIUESS, Kllendj'le. Mass, 8:3( a.m. each Sunday, (.'onti-saious Hrsi fiordon Thursduy nnd rirst F.i'urd.u- evenin- encli inontti and iiefnre Masses Bnn- davn. SPRINT, VALLEY SAVIOR'S M;TIIKRAN Rev. Walter Pllfiiim, Pastor Sunday .School Adult. BIbie Class, 0:,iO a.m. Worship service, 10:45 a.m. T.UIPI EVANOIXICAL COVENANT Nathan N'orecn, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship, :; A.m. EvenlriK Service. 6 p.m. Wt-dnes- •lay. 3 D.ni.. Prayer. Bible Study. 100 Driven Outside in Minneapolis Fire MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - More!joining Urban Apartments, at 118,than 100 persons, many of them! 124 17th St. E. I children, were driven into .subzero \ Red Cross representatives, early jcold early today when flames, on the scene, reported 23 of the i starting in a barber shop, spread 24 units in the building were occu- ito a three-story'apartment at the'pied. The tenants were being given , edge of the Minneapolis loop. ; temporary quarters by that agency ' Police squads, arriving with first; at a downtown hotel. "•»" "Tsr- *"-*" i^-^^f"^ Itasmiissrii, Interim Paslor j herding them to safety. Austin Insurance Agency Di«l HE 3-3452 AtHtin Saitohs (3 Loan BUg, Firt tVAl.THYM - URO\VNSIi\II LITHEKAN PARISH Missouri Synud P. L. Trifririch. Paslor TRINITY. W.ilthum: Divine V.'or- Clafis !0:;irt a.m. Ot;R SAVJOR'5. Pron-n-(i'-;.> Pun- day Si-hoo! 9:30 n.ni, Divine Worship. !0:-)i a m. CIIVRCH Of ( IHIIST l.nndDn Ed Rowers, minuter Cu:::cu servii.-es, 10 :'M an! DAVID COMMIMTV Her. Walter L'. Schilling, pastor O.'iurch service. 9:i5 a.m. S'.nui.iv ScliOO'. 10:45 g n:. OAKLAND BAPTIST Rev. Ci-i'il Sicfkifs, Paslor Sunday School, y-.-;;, .1111. Mornlr.p Worship. 11 a.m. Cvrnln'j service S p.m. ^r Youth Ciroup. Jr. Youth CTroup ireet, 7 p.m. Frkl.iv Cr.ilav pnjer ,nid Bible snulv ' 8 p ni rhurMi.:y, church. OAKI\\u-Mdsrow iiTHKRAN Kev. O. A. nii»t Pastor MOSfDW -- Worship H'rvli-o 9-31. .t m. 8una.iv SL'hool, 10 •',",<> r, :n I'lmrs- >.i!iy, Aid. 2 p.m. OAKLAND -.- .Suml.iy ftVuool 9:45 .i.m. Worship, II » m. run tit i.oiu rro llrounsd.ik' Rr». Pc'lcr I'ult'inan, Pasiur Residence. Haylicld M..SS Scljodule: Sun;i.iyt 7:1,0 ir.i. H>:30 ii ni Hayneld; U a :i:., BrovMis tia:e. Ho:y djys — 6:30 a!n.-'7:45 a.m. •H;iy:le!d; S p.m.. Bruwnsdak- lot Fridays, 5 p.m.. Haylltld; t, p.m. Hnr.vr.s- dale. Week-days 7:30 a.m.. Hi,y;k-!d DEER CHEEK EV. LHHIHAN Carpenter, Iowa ttev. Henry trickson pabtoi Divwie Worship. 10 & m. ULXTER - UKOWNSDALE METHODIST PARISH Rev. William F. Foster, Pastor Sunday. Worship. Dexttr. 9:30 a.m : Browiibdak. 1! a.m. Browr.sd.iie MYI. o:30 p.m.; Dc-xler MYF, 8 p.m. Wed- iitoUay. 2 p.m.. Eli ion Circle st .Spears. Iriday, U:30 p.m.. Siti'.e C,.,.-,, jt Bretdio'.t'i. PLEASANT VAI I EY-SARGE i.NT I.I'IHEIIA.N PARISH Rev. J. II. Klau&rneier, Pasiur (Missouri Syiiiul) SI 1 . JOHN SAHCiKANT. .••und.iy scliLHjl, 10 am D:.II.* Sort- cr, 11 a.!),, OTKA.VTO fOMMl'SlTY Elwin C'. I.abrenz, Pastor Sunday Srk;io'.. '.I:'M r,.;i. U-ors!'.!n 0:30 a.m. ccr:i..jn: "The C.rc.ii LV- iannre" Tliitrsdj... 6:.;o ]>;n.. .Jr. Ui'.e C'l:ij>6; 7 p.m.. Auul: SUUiy. QIKEN OF PEACE CATHOLIC Lyle, Minn. Rev. II. E. Cavin, pastor Mat:i:ij o :LiO ar.d :0 a :n, ^uniiay •":r r ,t Friday and Holy D.vy Massi-t p.m. Cuniessions 8:1.0 p.n'j. S.i'.'.;r- ;i.v before the tlrs: Sji-.diy and be- bttturday, 1 : :;o p.m., Confirmation (-'lass. Sunday, 0:;ii) a.m., Worship Our .Savior'.-,. SS follows. 5S, Grove :IM5 a.m. Worsliij), Six Mile CTroic. '. 1 n.m Jewish Mls.-!oi>. :j p.m 1 Jr HI Li-ague. 7:30 p.m. .Monday, a p.m. Mona annual meetlns. Tutsday, 8 p m.. Six Mil,, drove annual meetln,' Wfduejsday, H p.m. Our Saviors an- au.il metlliij. ThuiMl.iy. S n.n- Hrotht-rhood. | . TlilMn Ll'TlintAN i Blooming PruirlK : Frank A. Hers, Paslor Sunday School. :i:U a.m. Mon. Worship, 10:30 a.m. ! TRINITY LUTHERAN IHXIFR 9 -Miles E. - l Mih- X. or Austin Wise. Synod H. P. ll.iutr, Pastor _ Suiida;. U:\ U:o Servli-e. Itf u.r : -: ••^;i!iUay School. 11 a.n:. Comiuur.lcn l.urd bund.iv ot month; reglstratloji previous Friday. A 2-2 alarm brought a pieces of apparatus to the shortly before 1 a.m. The was controlled an hour later Hcluse In Leave The tenants, some still in dozen scene build- '/ION EV. IMTFD URETHRFN S.irKiim Edward (i. Stuftis, Pastor ;i-m. Sundav tirhoo! \v.-h!p l'.,,tv>i'6, l! ; ;.o p.m . |.-r;.yer nu'i'i- •• 2 p.m.. Be attire, were taken to othei lie heavily area. A number refused 1; , to leave their quarters and had to be persuaded by lireinen and police. : Flames were first discovered in • a barber shop ;U iiilti Stevens Ave. but quickly spread to a plumbinpj shop in the same building and then | ate into the first floor of the ad- Suffer Burns Two firemen suffered burns about the hands and were treated at General Hospital, The temperature was 5 below when the fire was discovered. Firemen said the same building had ben hit by flames three years ago. Deputy Fire Chief Edward Ry- barber shop, plumbing establishment and the apartments at about $10,000. Most of the damage to the apartments was caused by smoke. YOU SAW THIS MONUMENT FEATURED Worship, i':-!5 !0:-li ., ni. Folli .t.:ii. TJiir.>ci;i:., '•i\f. S:i'.\irth\v '? firm.,Con ci'.iis,-. tVlio.vtJujj. (.',:>:, .111311 LtlHLHAV iVurth of Uexler) c\. 1). itieii-.l:iu(i, Pa^l wvr-htp, '.i-Vt u !,i t RACINE MtTUODISr H»rold A. Clark, Minister j;iduy Service, 9:30 a.m. Sundav ! "ichoo!, 10:40 a.m. Wodncsda\, ! p.m!, ' rt-itiiAt-a time. Youth Council, 8 p.:«' |T'[:urb<iay, *j :'*.Q p.m.. Library Coir|n::!tee. Satimiav, 9:30 a-zn.. Coi.l:r:;;a- i ;-:oa Class. tVANGEK LL'TBEBAN (Near Sargeant) . s • *?' N V, t acobseu - l>aslor I Ktl) OAK GKOVE LLTHtHiN :^uon d cL£:f siSba J /.- lo'.£""£ i H "' Ne " S ' JOtlnSO »' Pa "<> r AJult. Ci«£s. Worbhlp, 11 a in CO!u>rr- : Saturday. Couilrma;iou Cias^f. KSlioi.^i meet Its, !^ no-jr. Wfdi' t s-i- Suucl «'y. Sunday School. Bible Cluijcs 'JJi.v, Clrelt 1 v.l:h Mrt. Oao»r Jo''ia-! 9:15 a - It! - Worship. 9:15, 10:30 am suo- ISermou: "The Marriage Mir,,c!t." LL 3 p.rn. Monday, 8 p.:r... Circuit PTR tIKSX LLTHf-RAN Uloomlui; Praitie Ojiic s. Kindalil. J'aitw Moru;!!^ Worship, 9 and IU'30 - in Church Seliooi, 9, 10 and 1C:30 « w 2 p.m., Church Wojiitu .. , .... meellug. Tuesday. 8 p in.. Young Ad- u:ia. Wtdneiday, Joint Circle meeting .•:.urch, 1 p.m. pot luck luiiL-l-eOii, :;im: Kellowslilp, 8 p.m. Navigating on Land Harder Than at Pole PROVIDENCE, R.I ( AP ) _ Cmdr. James F. Calvert had more trouble nyviaating in Providence Thursday night than he did under the North Pole last summer. Cmdr. Calvert, who gained fame navigating the atomic-powered Kidnap Baby Home With Har»ov Parents NEW YORK (AP) _ Lii-i Rose i Chionrhio, kidn.ipwj from a Draok- ] lyn hospital 2 1 ; hours after she| was born on Jan. 2, is home with ! her happy parents. j Mr. and Mrs Frank Chionchio called a! St. Peter's Hospital! Thursday and took Lisa Rose, now ! 14 days old, home for keeps. ' Earlier the Chionchios were among 10 witnesses appearing be- IN \ lhr*JturU») ttt*»tn| POST —•«r->—._ submarine Skate under the North' 'we a grand jury Jiearin. Pole ice, got lost en route to the mony in the ease of Mrs Providence Club of Printing House 7 pn;., Brotherhood ner Congregational ir.«etljag, 8 W«4a«*d*y. ^ "I BICEVH.LE FREE METHODIST Bev. lierscbel Uawf, pastor din- P-Bi-i Sunday School, 10 a.m. I service* 11 »io, »ad | p.m. Worship i . ' , i arrival. Craitsinen. "1 found it wore diniculf navigating in Providence than at the Pole," be told members on his testi- j mony m the ease of Mrs. Jean ! lavarone, 43. charged with takiny j tl;e baby irom its hospital cril>. ' Mrs. Juvarune was arrested last Sunday night in her Brooklyn apartment, where the baby was! found in good health. ' NOW SEE IT AT YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER • Mprkers, $25 up • Monument*, $150 up Pricti Include Lettering fr Installation Up to 36 Months to Pay Austin Memorials Mr». R. H. Lillquiit, Owner Highway 218 North Opposite Oakwood Cemetery Phen« HE 7-3636 i THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . . , ALL FOR THE CHURCH TH« ChurcK H the grcjlvsl factgr on Mtlh lot iht I'UilJinc cl chiriclcr ind |0ud citiit-niliip, ll U • tlorehoutr o( ipltilujl valutt. \Vilhout tiltongChurcfi, ntitiin dcrno<r«cy nor ctvilcation can lutvivr. There ar« four lounj reatoni tiriy cvfry pcnon ihould attend spr\icei tt|u!arly *nd iupporl the Church. They • if: (1) For hU own ule. (2) For hii thilJren's lilt. (3) For idc ulc of hii communily and nation. (4) For the itk> of lh< Church ilieli, which net At hit rnoul and mikiiil iupporl. I'ljn [i> gn ID church rtjuUrly and rtad )cur Biklr ciaiiv. Buok (iuniliy Monday Tuc.iJ») WttlllCDtit Thurad*/ Fridiy K«lurdiy CfelpUt V«K-6 1-IS I ConnlhiMi II Coriiiltiiuil John Pulmi U Pel.r J7-.M 15-18 15-1S 1-12 1-S p, OF THE PICTURE "For Thy love we thank Thee, Loid ... for Thy help we pray." r Just A few words, rooted In gratitude. But gratitude means so much ... to the Giver ... and to those who receive! To God it means that we ar« not too busy enjoying Hi» gifts to understand His love. ,., To " s ^ mean " that we nave not forgotten the heart of life. \\ e haven't lost sight of the spiritual center toward which the Church constantly points our vision. And to our children it means a family life based on faith and prayer. Of coupe our ''blessing" or "trraoe" is only a small part of the Christian Life to which the Church calls us. But, like every piece in a puzzle, it belongs there! And the nooner we put all the pieces in place, the sooner we'll understand the WHOLE PICTURE, !>}>. Ktiittr Adv. S«m>«. 4rr,»feurf, V'«. r,.,', Reli ? iou * Meuagei contributed and BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS'. BICYCLES—MATERIAL & SUPPLIES Harrv W. Myert, Schwinn Bicycle Shop "Since 1910" - 309 I. Bridge St. BOTTLED GAS Amoco Co. Quality and Service 'BUILDING CONTRACTOR Geo. K. Larson, Home Builder, Homentci Southlawn lit fir 2nd Add Austin, Minn. — HI 3-959) BULK GAS Rural GoService Corp. CHRISTIAN BOOKS & SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Auttin Book Or Gift Store 128 W Mill — HE 7-2332 COMMUNITY SERVICE Martin Butted DR-'ERIES Hagen'i Window Fashion! IOIS E. Bridst St. — HE 3-4649 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Austin Electric Sarvicf Hwy. 218 So. — HE 3-3*69 — Boi 36) HEATING «r ROOFING Hi!) Htotittg (r Rooting 114 E. Mill M. — Phone HE 3-8801 HEATING-AIR COND. & SHEET METAL Austin Heating Co. 507 E Oakland - HE 3-2873 HEATING-SHEti METAL & AIR COND ' Bioy's Heating & She«l Metal 603 — Hw» 2I« S«. — HI 3-2873 24-Hour Service to the Cause of the Church by the Following CITIZENS LAUNDERING Auromotie So!f Service Laundry 105 N. c ronklin . HE 7-4480 "•'!•" -^CREATION CENTER Echo Bowliiig Lanes Year Round Howling—Auromotie Pin Sertcn — Air Cond. AmpU Forking OIL COMPANIES Mower County Oil Co "S&H" Green Siampt ' PLUMBING & HEATING Scheid Plumbing, HeoUng & Sheel Metal North Hwy. 2)8 - HE 3-3340 E. R. Weiemon Plumbing & Heatinq 204 W Mill . HE 3-3791 READY MIX CONCRETE Ausfin Ready Mix Concreta Phone HE 3-8806 REALTOR Austin Realty Co. G. L, Hartton - HE 3-5035 REFRIGERATION SERVICE & REPAIR Gibson Refrigeration Service »12 S. 8th St. . Tel. HE 7-2117 REST HOMES Carpenter's Rest Home A Home for Ypu» Loved On» f 1307 Ellit Ave, - HE 3-3184 SAVING & LOAN 129 N.Vp'n . 9 HE 9 3-3431 C " >A ** n SERVICE STATIONS Bob'i Conoco Station Bob Sehaub. Prop. 8rh fr Winon, Jt.

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