The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 20, 1959 · Page 2
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Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, January 20, 1959
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J~AU$tlN H6RAIO Tu«sddy, Jan. 50, 1959 VITAL STATISTICS Births AT st. our HOSPITAL Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Smith, 1206 S. Eighth, daughter, Jan. IS. Mr. and Ms. Glen Johnson, 2303 Ellis, daughter, Jan. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bottema, Rose Creek, daughter, Jan. 30, OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Tech. Sgt. an<J-Mrs. Lawr^ce D. Jech, formerly of Austin, son, Jan. 7, in England. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jech, 200 S. River. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larsen, Rfceville, son, Jan. 15, at Riceville Hospital. Deaths CLARENCE W. ANDERSON Word was received of the death of Clarence W. Anderson, 51, Ores- ham, Ore., this morning at a Gresham nursing home. He is survived by his wife Clara; three sons, C. Wesley Anderson, Rose Creek, Peter, at home, and Clifford of Bresham; two daughters, Mrs. Bruce Elward, Austin and Ann, at home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. MRS. LULU HOWDEN Mrs. Lulu Howden, 61, Brownsdale Rt. 1, died at St. Olaf Hospital this morning. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Inez Phillips, Brownsdnle Rt. I; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Vietor. Austin, and Mrs. Floyd Soren sen, Blr iming Prnirie; two sons the Rev. Ira Howden Jr., Lorn bard, 111., and Keith Howden, Bfownsdale Rt. I; a sister, Mrs. Harvey Beckel, Austin, and 12 grandchildren. Chester. Monday morning, Jan. 12, following a heart attack. He was born Nov. 1.1, 1694, at Dexter and married , the former Alice Johnson on Jan. 24, 1917. Surviving besides his wife, are four sons, Maurice of Dexter, Everett of Mnnkato, Vernon of Racine and Duane of Marshall; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Anderson, St. Paul: four brothers, Henry and Merle of Grand Meadow, Alfred j and Clarence of Dexter; three sisters, Mrs. Tony Uockne. Mrs. Myron Fawver, Austin, Mrs. John flowers, gifts, cards and letters of love and prayer. Thanks to the nurses, nurses' alda, Gray Ladies on the first floor. You were all so kind to me. Thanks to Dr. Lorn- men, Pastors Swenson, Hauge and Braaten for their faithful visit? May you all hnve a blessed New Year. Mrs. Bertha Downs Funeral services will be held Sfl " 1S0 ' MlnnM P°»' s : et ght r»Hil/tf/in /"WtA M*U* .i: -.1 1~» : Thursday afternoon. Funcrols TORGERSEN — Funeral services for James M. Torgersen, 807 Euclid, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Jordan Mor> uary Chapel, the Rev. Melvin Hauge officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood Cemetery. HOWDEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Lulu Howden, Brownsdald Rt. 1, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist Church, Brownsdale, the Rev. Frank Peter son officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the Mayer Funernl Home until 11:30 a.m. Thursday and at the church until the time of service. Obituaries 1894 Peter Jacobson 1959 Peter Jacobson, 64, passed away at Olmsted County Hospital, Ro- Municipal Court Richard L. Clark, 403 S, Franklin, careless driving, pleaded innocent, trial 3 p.m. Wednesday. chiklren. One son died in infancy,; Donald E. Underdahl, fi09 Grant, failing to yield the right of way, pleaded innocent, trial 3 p.m. Wednesday, and driving with an expired driver's license, sentence to be Imposed after trial on other Card of Thanks count. 1 wish to thank Msgr. Cunnln-* ham and Father Loomis tor their, visits and prayers, also friends i Darre11 L. Thompson, Lyons, relatives and neighbors for cards i Col °" no c!riv er's license in pos- gifts and visits and for the many sessi «". pleaded innocent, trial __._ . e * .. . . . .1 n m trvlnv The Jordan Mortuary acts of kindness shown my husband while a patient at St. Marys 3 p.m. today. James J. Monson, 515 Division, A SuHtft Struct Bridge at GrMnwIch Phon« HE 3- 5727 • f unit ii miw M f-ratictib n i, QL. in a i y a . ' Hospital, It was greatly appreciat-i "° driv1c , r * llcense ' * 2 '"' . — "II n/i« n. 1*1 XT*,! »«... I t\t\ 1 ed. May God bless you all. Mrs. Arthur Melke We wish to express our sincere thanks to friends and relatives for the kindness shown us during the recent death of our husband, father and grandfather, Peter Jacobson. A special thanks to Pastor Olson, soloist, pallbearers and those who furnished and served lunch. It was all greatly appreciated. Many thanks for the memorials, flowers and cards of sympathy. Mrs. Peter Jacobson Mr. Vernon Jncobson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander- sor Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jacobson and Family Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jacobson and Family Mr. ar ' Mrs. Maurice Jacob- ion and Family I would like to take this means of thanking everyone for all the nice things done for me during the holiday season and for the past six weeks, while I was in St. Olal Hospital. Thanks for the beautiful Donald Nelson, 100! E. Bridge, careless driving, $50. David R. Davis, Austin Rt. 1, running a red light, $10. Robert B. Bridley, 1311 Fox Drive, failing to yield the right of way, $15. Marland G. Hoium, Austin Rt. 3, running a red light, $10. Jerry F. Sherwood, 1509 Johnson, running red light, $10. Roger D. Swalve, Ocheyedan, Iowa, running a red light, forfeited $10. Bruce D. Green, 2101! E. Wuv ona, failing to yield the right of way, $15. R, C Baudler Appointed to Utilities Board Richard C. Baudler, Austin attorney, will succeed H. V. Plunkett Jr. as •& member of the Austin Utilities Board. His appointment, which takes ef- WEATHER FORECAST — A mixture of snow and rain, sleet or freezing rain is expected to fall tonight from Pennsylvania southwest to Texas with rain below this line and snow above the line. The Mississippi valley are the only sections of the nation expected to escape this precipitation. It will be colder in the Pacific northwest, the Rocky mountain and Plains states and the lower Missis- —_ „..„ -,,„,, UWWTV, u lb IIMC. i nc CJMU nairii sTares ana me lower /v southwest, Florida, Maine and the upper sippi valley. (AP Wirephoto Map) passing in a "no passing" zone, $15. Elizabeth M, Purcell, 2008 Sheldon, running a red light, $10. Elmer J. Schuth, Wabasha, driving 70 m.p.h. in 55 mile zone, $15. Arnold L, Wyant, 009 Grove, no headlights, $10. Cynther R. Beito,. Sargeant, unsafe passing, forfeited $15. Stephan J. Biederman, 910 Freeborn, driving 70 m.p.h. in a 3j .„.,,. _ _.„ , uuin, unviiiK '' m.p.i William J. O'Brien, 1413 Olson, mile zone( forfeit $20. failing to yield the right of way, $15. Thomas W. Hartman, 300 S. Main, careless driving, $25. Dale W. Beyer, Mitchell, Iowa, improper turn, forfeit $15. Frank A. Deick, 1005 Grove, driving ni.p.h. in a 55 mile zone, $15. Herman H. Gruis, Austin Rt. 4, disregarding a stop sign, $10. Vincent R. Klein, 1111 Nicholsen, careless driving, $25. Gordon W. Berglund, Albert Lea, Dean S. Miller, Mason City, driving 65 m.p.h. in a 55 mile zone, forfeited $15. Jan B. Peterson. Rosemounl, driving 65 ni.p.h. in a 55 mile zone, forfeited $20. Neil A. Schmelz, Bird Island, running a red light, forfeited $15. Hubert L. Slater, Wilmont, driving wrong way on a one way street, forfeited $10. William W. Kline, Lyle, drunken driving, pleaded innocent, trial 1 p.m. Friday. Make IKE (Continued from Page 1) dent management of its own affairs. Tax Cut Foreseen If government income and spending can be matched in the year starting next July 1, and if tax collections are swelled by the expected growth of income ancl iroad user funtl is Austin Gets . $95,152 From Highway Fund Austin's share of Minnesota's Iw a s made by | Mayor Baldy Hansen at the City Council meeting Monday night. Rotary Hears" About YMCA The activities of the Austin YMCA were portrayed to Rotarians Monday noon with a colored movie of local youth and adults involved in the many "Y" activities in 1958. i.., „„.».„ kun . ci , C1 - Clifford Maxwell, general sec. feet immediately, retary, and James Buckley, boys', • work secretary, explained the purpose behind the organization of the "Y" in London, England, during the industrial revolution and then described the local activities. From its beginning in London, the "Y" has grown to an inter-national organization with a membership in the United States of over tree million. Among it members ate persons of all faiths or no faith, but who believe in Christian principles. Maxwell pointed out the "Y" was not a religious organization, jut was an organization of lay* men interested in functioning under Christian principles. Movies depicted local participation in Indian Guides, Indian Maidens, Gra-Y, Hi-Y and Tri-Hi r Y, Know Your Government Seminar, canoe trips, three - day camping trips, day camp, swim program and other activities,. The program was presented as a phase of acknowledgment of YMCA week which began with recognition in churches Sunday. mayor appointed an attorney to replace an attorney. Plunkett resigned from ____ _____ the board because Baudler of press of business. Baudler will fill the unexpired portion of Plunkett's five-year term. The latter was appointed in 1957 with his term to expire in 1962. The other members of the five- man board are Edmund Smith, chairman, Robert Babcock, Floyd Barton and E. B. Gross. Baudler has been practicing law here since 1951. He was born and reared in Austin, and was graduated from Austin High School in 1940. He attended Austin Junior College, Gustavus Adolphus College and received his degree in law from St. Paul College of Law. He served in expected growth of income and iroa d user fund is $95,132, up $7,- Paul College of Law. He served n business profits, Eisenhower said.! 000 {fom Iast y ear ' according to *e Navy as a commissioned off<then-"A significant additional fi g« res released tocIa V b y L ' P. | ce r ^m 1943 to 1946. He, h.s wife Zimmerman, Minnesota highway I and daughter, Helen Jo, 21 months, i > li**n ** t- 1 o/ic m»**•«*! ***** step in tax reduction and reform can be taken in the reasonably foreseeable future." More directly than in the past commissioner. The funds, used for street construction and maintenance, are at 1306 Riverview. ed. Stability Needed Payday . . . YOUR SAVINGS "Self-discipline and restraint are essential if reasonable stability of prices is to be reached within the framework of the free competitive institutions. "If the desired results cannot be achieved under our arrangements for determining wages and prices, the alternatives are either inflation, which would damage the President aimed his exhorta- designated as part of the muni- tion at unions entering wage nego- cipal-state aid street system, sep- liations. "Leaders of labor unions arate from trunk highway funds, have a particularly critical role) Zimmerman said $8,108,428 has to play, in view of the great power!been apportioned to the 59 Minne- loclged in their hands," he assert- j sola municipalities having more than 5,000 population. Cities Get 9 Per Cent I This figure represents nine peri cent of the state road-user fund, made up of state motor vehicle license fees, and gasoline taxes. Coun- j ties receive 29 per cent of the 1 fund, while 62 per cent goes for the state trunk highway system. City Engineer Roger Nelson said i the funds apportioned to Austin | will be used to complete paving Knights of the Garter, established in 1346, is the oldest ordes of knighthood in England. Advertisement DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? 1, slip or rock. No Booey. pasty taste or fe< TEETH la alkaline (non- not sour. Checks "plate gummy, K. FAB- 1 „,,_ ,. , , , °-i win ue used 10 compl our economy and work hardships and wideni of GrovPe on millions of Americans, or con- lhe pnving of Garfield street with trols, which are alien to our traditional way of life and which would be an obstacle to the nation's economic growth and improvement." Based on Studies Eisenhower reported that national output climbed to a rate of 453 billion dollars annually in the final quarter of 1958. This was a record in dollar terms, but not work to get under way in t h e Spring. Grove street already has been completed to Fourth street and this summer the work will be completed up to 10th street, Nelson said. At Garfield, paving will be laid from Railway to Highway j 218-S. 2 Projects Started quite up to the pre-recession peak • Aus ti» last year received some per when discounted for the 2 cent price rise during the year. The economic message was based on studies by the President's Council of Economic Advisers headed by Dr. Raymond J. Saulnier. The President's want-list of legislation, although long, was mainly an emphatic repetition of requests made in the State of the $80,000, which was used for the start of the Garfield and Grove projects. Under the apportionment, based on population and money needs for approved municipal-state aid street systems, Albert Lea received $G7,C51; Rochester, $139,- 2G7; Faribaull, $70,474; Owatonna, $63,773; St. Cloud, $173,054, and Winona $116,78!). To Save Successfully, Save Regularly! Every Payday, Keep Part of Your Money for Yourself . .. Invest It in an Insured Savings Account at Home Federal Savings! OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY >:;i.^^fe»if»3S5S£^i*ta&a®i£^;afc.xi;:^:;:i Each Account Is Insured Up to $10,000.00 Home Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 129 North Main Street. Austin, Minnesota. HE 3-U431 Ofttcet: Spnng Volley. Minn. Union and budget messages, and of measures he asked a year ago D^L ^i wi .. • which Congress did not approve DODCOCk OH National »., ^rs,, , a . R «"y commi« ee fourth national economic policy— Robert Babcock, Austin Realtor, reasonable price stability—to the ^ as 1>een se ' ecte d as a member of three-fold goal set forth in the em- | the Enlarged ployment act of 1946. That j aw |Realtors Washing- commits the government to poll-i ton Commltte « of cies which will maintain maxi- the National Ass °mum employment, purchasing cmtion of Real power and production. He laid special stress on a demand for what he called overdue reductions in farm price supports. The program is costing nearly 5 Is billion dollars this year, Eisenhower said, while still failing to prevent mountainous surpluses. Utilities Board Invests Funds Austin's Utilities Board Monday voted informally to reinvest approximately $270,000 in certificates of deposit with the two Austin banks certified as depositories. The informal action was agreed to in order to invest funds as suon as possible for an interest return that otherwise would bu lost. The board's usual poliey is to act on | the certificates at the formal meeting on the first Tuesday of each month. Secretary William Dunlep deposited the money Monday with the ; approval of board members Roibert Babcock, Floyd Barton and Chairman Edmund Smith. Board member E. B. Grose was unable to be reached and the other member, Hugh Flunked Jr., was in J<ew York. Estate Boards. The committee is a legislative action group consisting of realtors from each congressional district who assist in pro- Babcock senting the views of realtors to Congress. Babcock is presently a director of the Minnesota State Board "of Realtors. Dunnette to Be Out Of Hospital Soon City Attorney Rodney Duiuiette, i injured in a fall while skating at his aon Marvin's home in Minneapolis over the weekend, hopes to ibe back in Austin Friday or Saturday. Dunnette suffered hip injuries, but is in good condition at Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis. The number of skin divers in ; the United States has increased | from 250,000 to 5 million in the ;last five years. BUDGET OIL CO. Presents the AUSTIN PACKERS CLAYTON REED The Vice - President of the Junior Class, member of the High School Student Council and a 2nd year man on this years A.H.S. basketball squod is Clayton Reed, son of Mr, and Mrs. Roger Reed, 808 South Prospect. Mr. Reed is a Hormel employe. Clayton is 6'-2" and weighs 170 pounds. He plays Forward portion. In addition to bosket, ball, Clayton plays football and baseball. Hunting and Fishing are his favorite hobbies. A Public Sen'ice YOUNK "Satisfaction Always STORE HOURS: Noon to 9:30 Mon. thru Fri. 9 o.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday action back yoke for fit and spans the seasons - spares the iron in snow white polka dot nylon jersey Meet Spring's most welcome fashion, the careiree Stroller that romps or lelaxes, packs and travels, looks at ease at home or on the go. Thanks to its on-in-a-jiffy zipper front, you step Into it easily. Designed with an action back yoke and generously cot skirt, it lives effortlessly, no matter-fiow active your day. Simplicity itself to care for, it washes drip dries fast, sheds wrinkles, needs no ironing. Navy, Green or Black with White Dots 12 to 20, 124 to 22'i Daytim ; l ; irst l : ltmr Order Coupon for Shelter Stroller YOUNKERS, 1339 W. Winona St., Austin, Minn. NAME ......... ... ....... , ............. ADDRESS ........... ... 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