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HfftMD Sofurdoy, Jon. T7, 1959 VITAL STATISTICS Births At St. OLAJT rtoSPf AL Mr. and Mrs. Norman Meyer, twt w. Second. &ftt, Jftn. Iff. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Mlenar, Austin Rt, 2, son, Jan. 1&, OUTSIDE OF AUStlN Mr. and Mrs. James Ruede, RfctirBle, low*, son, Memorial Hospital, Osage, Jan. 9. Mr. and Mrs, RJicbard Larsen, Top Woman Urges More Physical Work WASHINGTON (AP)-Hazel K. Sliebling, who has spent some 28 years worrying about such things as the nation's eating habits, will be rewarded by President Eisenhower tor distinguished federal civiftan service. , .. „ . „ , Ri *k* now, the nation's big ' ge ' Wh ° passed Problem, she says, "is keeping But so far has only prwed How much we miss you yet. God gave us strength and courage To bear the blow. But what ft meant to lose you No one will ever know. Sadly missed by Henry Dugaw, Daughters and Families In memory of our husband and _ . r fc. <ti ft* i|«f»»-w»**nifwm* >3Ci 7 Of 13 ItC7 , Iowa, son, Riceville Hos- away one year ago Jan. 18, 1953: our physical activity in line Your memory to us is a keep sak», the food we enjoy eating.' With which we will never part ;iital, Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mickelson, Albert Lea, son. She is tbe former Carmer Wratz Zeek, Spring Valley, Jan. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oeltjen, Lawton, Okla., fcrnwrfcr of Spring Valley, son, Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee, Spring VWtajr, girl, Johnson Maternity Item*, Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rieke, Spring VaBey, girl, Johnson Ma ternity Home, Jan. 13, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Klapperick, Stacyville, Iowa, daughter, Jan. 7, Memorial Hospital, Osage, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Monsen, LeRoy^ daughter,. Mitchell County Memorial Hospital, Osage, .Ian, 10. Marriage Licensee Chester J. Daniel, Oakland, and Betty Madison. TOO Neola. Curtis M. Eastman, 710 W. College, and Carmen L. Lindeman, 703 Harrison. Deaths JACOB BADE Jacob Bade, St. Paul, died Friday at a rest home there. A former resident of'the Elkton and Lyte area, be is survived by four daughters and three sons, aQ of St. Paul. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at St. PanL Funerals DUNNING — Funeral services for Franklin D. Dunning, Lyle, will be held at 2 pjn. Monday at the First Methodist Church, the Rev. William J, Campbell officiating. Interment will be in Grand View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the Worlein Funeral Home from Saturday evening until 12 o'clock noon Monday and at the church from 1 to 2 p.m. MEYERS — Funeral services for Frank Meyers, LeRoy, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Presbyterian Church, LeRoy, the Rev. George Barnitt officiating. Interment will be in LeRoy Cemetery. Graveside services will be directed by the IOOF Lodge. Friends may call at the Martz Funeral Home, LeRoy, until noon Monday. 187$ Mabel Matthews 1S59 Mabel Greer Matthews was born May 9, 1875, at Lanesboro, Minn., the daughter of Robert and Sadie Greer. She attended school in Lanesboro and lived there until her marriage to C. H. Matthews, June 24, 1896. They moved to Austin and resided at 809 Collins for many years. Mr. Matthews was an engineer for the Milwaukee Railroad and passed away in 1950 Mrs. Matthews was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, the GIA of the Brotherhood of motive Engineers, and a former member of Unity Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. She had resided at 801 Park un- tIJ she entered St. Olaf Hospital where she passed away Tuesday morning, Jan. 13, 1959. -She Is survived by two daugh ters, Mrs. Homer Hawkins (Blanche) and Mrs. Everett Lira- de (Dorothy), both of Austin; three sons, Harry and Greer of Austin and Robert of Los Angeles, Calif.; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Walter Reichow, St. Paul. Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 15, at 2:30 p.m. at the Jordan Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. Thomas J. Williams of- Though God has you in His keeping. ' We always have you in our hearts. Sadly missed by Mrs. Gertrude Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kraft Municipal Court Steven Nygaard, 17, 911 N. Third, was referred to Juvenile Court on a charge of violating the curfew. ' Mrs. Myrtle Nygaard, 9U N. Third, was acquitted on a charge of allowing her son to violate the curfew. Charles R. Goad, Rochester, driving 73 ia.p.h. in a 65-mile zone, pleaded innocent, found guilty and fined $20. Duane Johnson, 1206 W. College, no dog license, $3. Way to Detect Sneak Nuclear Tests Sought WASHINGTON (AP)~Despfte a pessimistic study, the United States is trying to devise a detection system so effective jt would discourage any nation from undertaking sneak nuclear tests. A Defense Department spokesman made this announcement Friday in amplifying a recent report by the President's Science Advisory Committee that detecting and identifying underground tests Is more difficult than previously believed. The spokesman gave no details of what type of system might be under consideration. But he told a news conference that one obvious way of improving detection and differentiating between a nuclear test and an earthquake would be to establish many detection stations. Earlier this week, Dr. Hans Bethe, a leading nuclear scientist, told reporters that seismloogists — the men who study earthquakes — had some very good ideas of how to solve detection problems. Bethe, who spoke out after testifying at closed hearings, of the Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee, didn't elaborate believed a satisfactory detection system could be achieved. ATOM DEVICE (Continued from Page 1) causes the leg to be deficient In electrons. The other leg consists of two sections—one of magnesium telluride and the other of lead telluride. This leg is treated with sodium in such a way that it has a surplus of electrons. When heat is applied by the ra-; discussed the problems of Berlin, America's march toward mechanization, with cars and household gadgets, makes it easy "to become sedentary" and that means overweight for a lot of people, she notes. Dr. Stiebling, who says she is "above 60," tall and "medium thin — not obese," suggests that instead of cutting out all those good things you like to eat, try organizing your life to include a tot more physical activity. MIKOYAN (Continued bom Page 1) the National Press Club Monday noon He is scheduled to make a trip to Florida in midweek. The embassy aide said Mikoyan might leave the embassy building for an unscheduled stroll or drive. 'Thanked Me' "The President thanked me and asked me to convey similar warm greetings to our prime minister, 1 Mikoyan reported. Secretary of Stale Dulles and other officials participated In the conference which began at 9 a. m. (EST) in Eisenhower's office. Mikoyan, wearing his usual outdoor dress of dark grey overcoat and blue plaid scarf, walked into a room where reporters hastily gathered after the conference. It had been generally expected that the meeting with Eisenhower would last at last two full hours since about 50 per cent of the time was devoted to translations between the Russian and English languages." Shower of Question!) Mikoyan began by saying he supposed the newsmen had a "shower of questions" ready. But, he said, he would not be able to answer them because as all could see "I have my coat on all ready and am not prepared to hold a press conference." "I can say we held an exchange of views on many matters of mutual interest. We did not conduct negotiations but tried to find the positions of our countries on many matters," Mikoyan said. "This was not a negotiation but a useful exchange of views. At the end, the President, the Secretary of State and we all came to the conclusion that the exchange was useful. Wishes for Health "I conveyed to the President greetings on behalf of Prime Minister N i k i t a Khrushchev, best wishes for his good health and success on the road to better relations between our two countries. The President thanked me and conveyed his warm greetings to our prime minister." After the brief statement, Mi- koyan broke off the session with reporters saying in English: "Thank you and good by." Eisenhower and Mikoyan presumably dioactive polonium the electrons try to reassert themselves so that those on the surplus side will go over to the deficit leg. This flow of electrons is electricity—which can be tapped by means of wires. The AEC isn't talking, however, about the exact process involved in the reassortment of electrons or what keeps it going indefinitely. 8-10 Per Cent Efficiency The device has a rated capacity WEATHER FORECAST — Widely scattered snow flurries are expected tonight in the Great Lakes, the Appalachians and the northern and central Rockies, with more widespread snow on the western edges of the Plains and rain or drizzle over most of the Northwest. Some snow is likely in parts of Missouri. It will continue cold or colder east of the Mississippi, with a warming trend in the lower halves of the Plains and Mississippi valley and in the Rocky Mountain states. (AP Wjrephoto Map) Demos Meet to Pick Site •» for Convention NEW ORLEANS (AP)-A Dem- ocratlc committee met here today to pick a site for the I960 national convention. The committee's choice will be presented to the full national committee Feb. 22 for a final decision. Six cities are bidding for the convention. They are San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York and Miami Beach. •* Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler, here for the meet- Ing, predicted the party will have a strong platform on civil rights next year. He said the issue depends a lot on what the current Congress does. a divided Germany and disarmament. Korean Vets May Convert Insurance Korean War veterans carrying!"'" ™* »""•*»* BC "' >° "'« ntionnl Rprvi™ T.if. Tn.,,™n«! U ' S ' 0fflce of Immigration and National Service Life Insurance under an RS number may now con* vert to special life insurance under limited convertible clause, Frank Dunsmore, Mower County veter- nf ««..»» f 7r i" 1 "" 1 * ans service officer, said today. of five watts of an efficiency of, This is made possjble undJe , 8 to 10 per cent. The AEC said it's estimated that in the course of 280 days, SNAP 3 could produce a quantity of elec- possible under a new provision of veterans law __________ ....... _______ ficiating. interment at" Oakwood ! triclty e< * ual to ^ e ^V^ of 1.450 Cemetery will be at a later date. '• P° unds °f the best conventional batteries available. Armstrong said the objective! In Memoriam In memory of our wife and mother, Agnes Dugaw, who passed away a years ago Jan. 17, 1856. They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget. mSSSSSSSSS&SSSSSSm It's Easy To Place An AUSTIN i.n WANT AD WO, m 3-8851 NOW Evangelist to Hold Spring Valley Series SPRING VALLEY, Minn. — Paul Hill, Minneapolis evangelist, which went into effect Jan. 1, 1959.1 will hold a series of meetings at The conversion reduces premiums more than one half, Dunsmore said. Natural Gas Looms now is for a "bigger device with for Spring Valley more power," He said devices might eventually be developed with radioactive SPRING VALLEY, Minn. - Possible natural gas service to Spring materials which might furnish pow-j Valley by Northern Natural Gas er up to 500 watte. |Co. was indicated in the petition But he added that would be| for service filed with the Federal "piddling energy" in terms of; p ° wer Commission, what would be required for help-1 Ha >' fie W and Blooming Praine ing a man survive in space, and * rere also on the list - A similar ap- also for powering instruments m ideation filed a few years ago large unmanned satellites. ; was denied. Armstrong said he considered it' unlikely that the new power Spring Volley Chest source would ever become eco- if kl >• • nomic enough for use in house- ^ OVCS Near Goal hold devices. IOWA NEWS FISHING FREEDOM DES MOINES (AP)—The Iowa Conservation Commission will permit fishing for any kind of fish in Iowa lakes and rivers because deep freezing is endangering fish life there, Ken M. Madden, fish- cries superintendent, said Friday. FJsh may be taken by an means except the use of stupefying substances or devices. RATE HIKE ON PARKS DES MOINES W) - New rates for the use of state park facilities were announced Friday by the Iowa Conservation Conimission The rate increases, effective Immediately, are: Overnight cabins not modern, from $4.25 a day and $25 a week to $5 a day and $30 a week; modern overnight cabins, from $5 a day and $30 a week to $6 a day and $35 a week. IMPLEMENT PROGRAM DES MOINES (m - The governor's office expects to present minority floor leaders in the Legislature* with several bills in the next week or so to implement the governor's legislative program, Gov. Herschel Loveless said Friday CHECK DOGS DES MOINES M- Health officials are checking family dogs in Fort Dodge in an effort to track down the cause of a wide spread illness among humans. About 1,000 to 2,000 persons, mostly children, in the Fort Dodge area have been stricken in the past two months by nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. MAIL THEFT FORT DODGE W) - Postal inspectors said Friday they have ar- •ested a Rockwell CJty postoffice custodian in the alleged theft of money from the mails. They charged Dale Corson, 41, with theft from the mails and he was held under $1,000 bond pending a hearing before a U. S. commissioner. INCOMPATIBLE DES MOINES UB — A ruling of the Iowa attorney general's office holds that it would be incompatible for a person to serve on a county conservation board and also be a member of the State Conservation Commission. The opinion given to Scott County Attorney Martin Leir said the state commission reviews actions of the county boards. DEATH OF TWINS DAVENPORT UPI — An unmarried Davenport woman faced an inquest Friday into the death of twin girl babies who police say she suffocated shortly after giving birth to them last Monday. AGAINST DISCRIMINATION DES MOINES in ~ A declaration will be read in pulpits Sunday pledging all 20 Methodist pastors said the program will include saxo- in Des Moines and West Des phone music, musical pictures, Moines to work against racial dis "The American people must solve the integration-segregation problem. They must protect the rights of fellow Americans—white or black," Butler said. Lodi 4-H Club at LeRoy Meeting LEROY, Minn. — Lodi 4-H members presented the program and led the recreation at the LeRoy Wide-A-Wake 4-H Club meeting Wednesday at the LeRoy Municipal Building. Richard Bhend introduced the program which included readings by Patty Bhend, Harlan Jones and Bobby Rowe and piano solos by Joyce Dickenson and Elwood Boe. Lodi members conducted several delay games. In the business session, Wide- A-Wake members presented Hames and Marlene Emery, who are moving from the community, gifts. A committee to prepare a program for the Lodi meeting was named. Only Third Aliens Register in County Only about one-third of the aliens in Mower County so far have filed address report cards as required by law, Postmaster Elmer Requa said today. Law provides that any alien residing in the United States the first of the year register before Jan. 31, Aliens may get address report cards at the Austin Post Office. They may either be turned in at jthe Post Office or sent to the Naturalization. the Spring Valley Assemblies of God Church, starting Tuesday. The Rev. Ronald Snider, pastor, Beefeaters Beef; Come Out Ahead LONDON (AP) - The Beefeaters will continue to appear in religious parades and perform other extra chores besides guarding and decorating the Tower of London. The Beefeaters — yeoman warders of the tower whose Tudor Costumes of red and blue are well known to tourists—had threatened to stop doing traditional extra duties because the government want; ed to raise rents on their quarters in the tower. The Civil Service Union announced Friday "a very satisfactory settlement." Rents will go up as scheduled from the equivalent of 70 cents a week to 2.80, but at the same time a supplemental allowance will be raised from $1.12 to* $4.90. So the Beefeaters will come out $1.68 ahead. Brownsdale Club Sees Film '4-H Story' BROWNSDALE, Minn. — The film, "The 4-H Story", was shown by Ronald Seath, Mower County 4-H club agent, at the Brownsdale 4-H Club meeting Monday. Demonstrations were given by Cindy and Ida Mary Dolan and Michael Rolfson. Mrs. Robert Neve and Ruth Garbisch led recreation and the 4-H radio speaking contest was announced. The James Ibling, Claude Oekl- ers and Norbert Sonnek families served lunch. Conservationists at Riceviile Elect RICEVILLE, Iowa Charles Lubbert was elected president of the Riceviile Conservation Club. Serving with him are the Rev. Arthur Stirn, vice president; Bernard Hendricks, secretary; Red Willis, treasurer; and Virgil Mason and Oliver White, directors. Spring Valley 4-H Awards Are Made SPRING VALLEY, Minn. -Five Spring Valley 4-H club members received awards at the county achievement night program at lanesboro. Recipients were Gregg Sample, agriculture; Richard Vrieze and Vinal Lancaster, field crops; Harlan Litchy, gardens and Marguerite Lucas, clothing. Litchy received the Minnesota Horticultural Society award as county garden champion. MAKES DEAN'S LIST RICEVILLE, Iowa - John Beran, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Beran, Riceviile, maintained a B-l plus average at Iowa State College and made the dean's list. South Bend Crippled by Heavy Snow SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) South Bend and most of St. Joseph County was crippled by a 14- inch blanket of snow today, but maintainance crews working all night had cleared .most of the main roads. U.S 20 between South Bend and N.w Carlisle, eight miles west, was still closed to traffic, but all other main highways and city streets were reported "nassable but treacherous." Most of the snow was dumped on the area In less than three hours Friday. A light snow continued to fall most of the night, but did not add much to the depth. The heavy snowfall was whipped Into snowdrifts by heavy winds, causing Mayors Edward F. Voorde of South Bend and Albert F. Doyle of adjoining Mishawaka to declare a state of emergency in their respective cities. The St. Joseph County Army Reserve unit was called in and all available construction equipment was borrowed in the battle against the clogging snowdrifts. The Weather Bureau described the snowstorm as a "freak," caused by cold air being warmed as It came across Lake Michigan and chilled when it was over the South Bend-Mishawaka area. Ordinarily the chill would have come at the shoreline, but winds carried the air inland. Riceviile Church ilects Officers RICEVILLE, Iowa — Charles Lubbert was elected chairman of the St. Peter's Lutheran Church at Riceviile Tuesday. Other officers: Gordon Schreiber, deacon; Harold Seidel, trustee; Marvin Ring, secretary; Donald Christensen, treasurer; Orwin Boese, financial secretary; and Harold Schwake, head usher. Concrete, Kitchens on School Programs ST. ANSGAR, Iowa — Evening school classes at St. Ansgar High School will consider concrete and kitchens next week. The farmer class which meets Monday will hear Clarence Johndean from Portland Cement Assn. speak on concrete structures. The homemaking class which meets Wednesday will consider planing kitchens and see the film "Your Home Is What .You Make It." Competition Privilege for Farmers Is Urged BALTIMORE (AP) - Farmers should be given back the privilege of competition, according to asst. Secretary of Agriculture Erwin L. Peterson. He said in a speech at the convention of the Maryland Farm Bureau and the Maryland Agricultural Society Friday that marketing quotas and acreage allotments should be abandoned. Happy Homemakers Join Polio March The Happy Homemakers Club of Lyle on the evening of Jan. 28 will conduct the Mothers March for the March of Dimes, Mrs, Orville Mortenson, Lyle fund chairman said today. The march will be under the direction of Mrs.! Ronald Halverson. Woman Is Burned on Electric Iron RICEVILLE, Iowa — Mrs. Leonard Larson, Riceviile housewife, was burned Tuesday putting avay an electric iron. She had stopped ironing lo help her husband with a task and returned, forgot the iron was on, and picked it up by the sole. SHARP SOLDIER — While a soldier works on a tank behind him, Maj. Gen. Chiang Wego smiles broadly. The general, head of Nationalist armored forces on Formosa, is the youngest son of President Chiang Kai-shek. U. S. transportation ships returning from the Persian Gulf in World War II found bales of valuable Oriental rugs excellent for ballast for the empty ships. Previously they had used sand. Singer For Behind in Paying Alimony MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Rock 'n' roll singer Jerry Lee Lewis told a judge Friday that he has fallen on lean days since he was booed out of England. Jerry, 22, was taken to court by his second wife, Jane Mitcham Lewis, 22, of Natchez, Miss. She said he was $1,850 behind in his alimony payments. Jerry said his income was way down due to the try of "cradle snatcher'i raised in England last May when he took his 13-year-old cousin bride to London on a personal appearance tour. The former Mrs. Lewis said she was due $600 a month in alimony. Lewis' two children, in her custody, get $50 a month, The judge gave the singer until Jan. 23 to pay up. Father Is Worried About Lost Boy, 37 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A father with worry in his voice called the Knoxville Journal Friday night and asked if he could "run a piece in the pape,r about my boy." "He ran away from home Thursday and we haven't heard from him since," he xplained. "I want him to please come home." ':' Asked his son's age, the father replied, "he's 37." Superior Ratings for Riceviile Trio RICEVILLE, Iowa — Linda Miles, Linda Law and James Me- Govern, Riceviile High School speech students, received superior ratings in the Mason City Junior College invitational tournament. TEMPERATURES Hi Lo Pep -4 -18 -10 -30 -12 -30 1 -14 2 -12 -i -18 -3 -21 3 -9 12 -6 1 -12 -4 -7 -8 -17 26 18 .10 40 31 Alexandria Bemidji Intl Falls Redwood Falls Rochester St. Cloud Duluth La Crosse Madison Mason City Minot Fargo Rapid City Calgaiy Edmonton 31 18 .02 illustrated messages, films and a teenage chorus and orchestra. The six - meeting series starts at 8 p.m. Hill has held over 5,WK) crimination. INAUGURAL BALL DES MOINES (3t — Ladies in rallies from coast to coast, start- 'evening gowns, dignitaries in fuli 4-H CLUB MEETS ST. ANSGAR, Iowa _ The Newberg Beaverettes m e t Saturday with Karen Hartwig. Talks were given by Marjorie Danielson, Elaine Hohn and Danna Hollatz. SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Spring Valley's Community Chest has been slowly moving upwards, toward their goal. Ben Sanford, chest chairman, said the Chest is within 14 pe" cent of the goal and many pledge cards are still outstanding. ing when he was 16 years old. Dole Lenth Heads Club at Riceviile RICEVILLE, Iowa — Dale of' dress and citizens in ordinary attire filled the main floor of Veterans Memorial Auditorium at the inaugural ball Thursday night. It was the first time the event was held outside the Statehouse and there was ample room for the Lenth was elected president 01 4|000 persons who attended> the Riceviile Community Club Tuesday, Other officers: Dr. Howard Ni- Mikey Finn and Slim Pickens choll. vice president; Donald John-: ar e legitimate names of two mo- son, secretary; and Paul Bringold,' 1 ' 0 " picture actors on the Para- treasurer, mount lot in Hollywood. The Jordan Mortuary A $HKttt Bridge el Greenwich Phone Hi j-5727 £t. ffilaf ICu Sunday, January 18th PASTORS: Arthur L. Swcnson, Jomcs I groatcn, Mclvin E. Hougt SERVICES: 8:45, 9:45 and 10:45 A. M. Sermon: "0 Startling Question" The 10:45 A. M. service <i broadcov over radio itarion KAUS SUNDAY SCHOOl: 8:45, 9:45, 10:35 and 11:15 A. M. CHILDREN'S WORSHIP SERVICES: »:45, 9:45, 10:35 pud 11:15 A. M. 7:6o P. M. — Hi-Uoguc Outdoor Recreational. If »reoHi«r ii not Jit, there will be g Coke Part* at the Church. 7:JO P. M. — M t M Club t« meet i« th« Third Floor deception Room. AUSTIN'S LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE DRUG STORE OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT CHRISTMAS! 8:30 A. M. to 10 P. M, For Time Tested- Dependable- Fair-Priced DRUGS AGfNClf DfiUiJ SlOfcf Diol HE 3-4586 — «>9*tol Service 9 to 6 Doily (Except Sundey) STERLING SHOPPING CENTER - FREE PARKING Hoot Mon! THE KOZY NOOK IS BACK ACAIN (Opens Tuesday) Just as Thrifty And as Nifty as ever t With That Good Cup of Coffee for Only And Thrifty Menu Dinners • Pies • Cakes Delicious Meals • Ice Cream OPENS 4 A. M. TUESDAY With 24 Hour Doily Service NEW LOCATION 224 East Mill St. - Opposite The Glass Shop See the Mew Look at the New Nook We're just o block-and-a-half from our former location, and still handy for old customers. The Welcome Mat is out for New Customers We feature delicious Home Style Cooking at Thrifty Prices. You'll like ' THE NEW KOZY NOOK 224 K. Mill St. Opposite the Glass Shop

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