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» Thnrtdij-, June tt, 19«4 WINONA DAILY NEWS The Dally Record At Community Memorial Hospital Vising hwnt MKJIcal end rjrglcal felltnH: S to 4 end 7 lo 1:33 P.m. (No !.·» p.m. [Adults enly.) WEDNESDAY ADMISSIONS Edward Voelker, Winona Rt. 2. Walter Grimm, 507 Main St. WEATHER OTHER TEMPERATURES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. 85 58 .13 88 61 . S7 72 ,01 iy, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, cloudy . . . Bismarck, clear .... 88 56 Boise, clear 94 59 Bosion, clear Chicago, clear Cleveland, cloudy Blaice Campbell, 467 Main ! i) enver| c '| ear Disne Czaplewski, 110 W. Wabasha St. Dale Strobush, 1271 Wincrest Dr. Robin Dietrich, 380 Pelzer St. Mrs. Joseph Datta, 457 E. Sanborn St. Mrs. Fred Olson, Cochrane, Wis. David Muller, Fountain City, Wis. Mrt. E r n e s t Ellinghuysen, 83 66 .09 85 62 . . 78 51 .. 89 53 .. 79 59 .. Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear ....... 72 49 .. Fairbanks, cloudy . . 52 43 .52 Fort Worth, clear .. 91 63 .. Honolulu, cloudy ____ 86 74 Indianapolis, clear . 79 59 .. Jacksonville, cloudy 91 72 Kansas City, clear . 82 63 Los Angeles, cloudy 78 58 Louisville, clear .... 84 58 Memphis, clear -- 89 66 Miami, cloudy ...... 81 77 .01 Lewiston, Minn j Milwaukee, clear ... 77 55 Edward Essertz, 276 Walnut iMpls.-St.P., clear ... 81 60 ·· New Orleans, cloudy 88 73 Bert Votruba, 213 Johnson Bl. Glen Snider, Kellogg, Minn. Lester Dienger, 670 W. 4th DISCHARGES St. Diane Czaplewski, 110 W. Wabash a St. Blaice Campbell, 467 Main St. New York, clear .... 83 64 Okla. City, clear ... 90 63 Omaha, clear 84 3 Philadelphia, clear . 90 64 .07 Phoenix, clear Ptlnd, Me., clear .. Ptlnd, Ore., clear Ill 76 80 68 1.24 74 48 THURSDAY JUNE 25, 1964 Two-State Deaths B«rnhard Horv»y MABEL, Minn. (Special) Funeral services for Bernhard Horvey, 85, who died Tuesday at the home of a nephew, Ray mond Foi-de, will be Friday. He was born Oct. 24, 1378, to Berger and Guri Horvey at Highlandville, Iowa. He farmed in Iowa and South Dakota many years. Eight years ago he moved here to live with his nephew. Survivors are: Thre» sisters, Mrs. Martha Forde, Mabel; Mrs. Clara Hanson, Decorah, owa, and Mrs. Amanda Hier, Spearlish, S. D., and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Big Canoe :,ulheran Church, the Rev. Wiliam Hexom officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at Mengis Funeral Home. Alfred Anderton CALEDONIA, Minn. (Special) -- Alfred Anderson, 65, died Wednesday ..oon at the Jenny Hagen farm, Black Hammer Township He was employed at Paul Warnk* MINNESOTA CITY, Minn, - 'uneral services for Paul Mamie will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Breitlow Funeral Home, the Rev. David Ponath, First Evangelical Lutheran Church, Minnesota City, officiating. Tw " st * " 8 Lead Last Honor Roll at High School Eight students with straight A averages are on the fourth quarter Winona Senior High School Friends' may call 'at the h- scholastic honor roll announced nera) home from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Rapid City, clear ... 92 60 St. Louis, clear .... 82 62 Mrs. John Pehler and baby, Sa ] t \^ city, clear 86 51 Winona HI. 3 !San Fran., clear ... 73 56 S u IrSl ,. Edw1 l rd n. B °;!.' ko 5' s ! tl and !Seattle, cloudv ..'.'.'. 67 ,,, . _ . .. .,,-. . , , , , , iby, 4010 7lh St., Goodview. Iwashinetnn. clear . . 9 1 67 34 B . el °"' Wls ' ls lhe m ^ sur ' ·"vor. . . . _ . Funeral services will be Fri-! a charge of operating a car the farm. He was born Aug. 25, 1898, in Wisconsin to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson He had lived in the Caledonia area 17 years. A sister, Mrs. Alyina Ellefson iby. 4010 7ih SL, uoodview j Washin -g ton c -| ear .. 91 67 34 ucloil Miss Tamara Toye, 1929 Gil- winnj * g clond S3 ,, I vivor. more Ave. | ' _ ... ! Mm Charles Desheuquetle, Lower; Bruel, S.D. I Mrs. James Soderberg, 511 W. Date St. .Red Wing Eugene Edel, 871 W. Mark. ^ake City St. iWabasha Mrs. Darrel Fort and baby,! Alma Dam, T.W. .. 653»z W. 2nd St I Whitman Dam . .. Lowell Babcock, Utica, Minn. I Winona D., T.W. .. Mrs. Alfred Froiland, Rush-i WINONA 13 ford, Minn. i Trempealeau P. .. Thomas Nyseth, 626 Lafayette i Trempealeau D. . Mrt. Edgar Anderson PEPIN, Wis. (Special) - The funeral service for Mrs. Edgar Anderson will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church, the Rev. Phillip Kurtz officiating, Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Ronald Anderson and Albert and Jason 'eters, grandsons, and Thomas Jlson, Dale Heitman and James Oberling, husbands of granddaughters. Mrs. Anderson died Monday at 11 p.m. at Lake City Munici- )al Hospital, where she had jeen a patient two weeks. She was married March 28, 1908, at Denby, N. D., and had lived there, at Stockholm and Pepin. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran and an inactive member of its women's society. Friends may call at Goodrich Funeral Home, Durand, tonight and at the church after 1 p.m Friday. by Principal Robert H. Smitn. They are Nancy Ackels, Janice Glende, Sharon Groth and Edith McMahon, seniors gradua- ed earlier this month; Paula -olbenspn, junior, and John iaudhuin, Linda Eifealdt and Municipal Court WIN'ONA John Sanders, Margaret Shaw, Kathy Shira, Tom Stover, Susan Stueve, Wendy Weimer, Mark ffeisraan and Peter Woodworlh. JIJNIORS-Larry Balk, Jean ne Berndt, Jean Buermann, Denny Burt, Kathy Czaplewski Lynn Ellings, Paul Erickson Peter Erickson, Kay Everson Becky Fegre, Claire Freuden thai, Pamela Gorsuch, Lyneite 3eborah Miller, sophomores. j M. Grimm, Margaret Guenther "- "" ' u " -- "'" Lee Herold, Patricia Hilgert James Hobbs, Nancy Holubar On the A honor roll are Donn iurleigh, Carole Dinkier, John Sdslrom and Cheryl Wos, sen- ors; DeAnn Neumann and John feublein, juniors, and Beverly 5iltgen, Rodney Broker, Dougas Emanuel, Donna Graham, ilarylin Holty, Jean Korupp, (aren Kriesel, James Murray, Jeanine Schroeder, Bruce Volkart and Elaine White, sophomores, The B HONOR ROLL: SENIORS--Kay J. Anderson, Steven Anderson, Connie Berg, Mechelle Bonn, Jennifer Boiler, Lynn Brugger, Sandra Burt, Becky Busch, Kathryn Carlblom, Renalo Castellani, Jonathan Dacken, Harold Daniel, Jenene Decker, John Duel, James Evenson, Jean Fiedler, Cynthia Gilje, Gary Grabow, Carol Gruler, Phyllis Guthrie, John Haessig, Elaine Hamilton, Mary Hein, Martha Heis'e. Jane Hilke, James Kahl, Kathleen Kaiser, Jean Karnath, Allen Klawiter, Terrance Korupp, Cheryl Kralz, Nancy Laufen- Pam Hopf, Linda Kukowski, Peggy McGralh, Dennis Me Vey, Sharon Mathison, Candace Meyer, Carole Millam, Tom Miller, Loren Moldenhauer, Jch Morse, Diane Mrachek, Cherj Mueller, Judy Nottleman, Sher ry Pape, Jayne Perkins, Ver lyn Raaen, Susan Schain, Kar la Schroder, Jane Sheets, Lau ra Shugart, Janet Smith, Bonn! Sobeck, Ruth Ann Speltz, Patt Stein, Wayne Slender, Eusa Vogel, Jo Ann Waldo, Richar Witt, Margie Beckman, Carol Blank Mary Joe Blumentrilt, Joh Brandl, Patricia Grochowsk Gary Ingamells, Janet Joswick Kalhy Kronebusch, David Ku :xam Ordered : or Defendant n City Court Herman G, Marin, rural ona County, was ordered today · Municipal Judge John D. Mo n ,ill to submit to e physician'* xamlnalion. Marin forfeited $25 bond by ailing to appear in court Monlay to answer a charge of indecent exposure brought Sunday. Judge McGill issued a lench warrant for his arrest for questioning regarding t h e charge and Marin surrendered timself to police early today, Marin pleaded guilty to thi charge and Judge McGill suspended sentencing until the doc tor's report was available to [he court. · Badger Attorney General Moves Against Billboards MADISON, Wis. W-The altoi ney general asked the Wiscui sin Supreme Court today t take original jurisdiction in case to force removal of : billboards along Interstate 94 las, Carolyn McCown, John Mat- Waukesha County. son and Merti O'Dea. SOPHOMORES-Lana Allen, Lynne Arneft, Judy Bachler, Roxann Baltard, Greg Bambenek, Barbara Berg, James Bias- ko, Diane Boettcher, Robert Boschulte, Linda Boyum, Judy UVern D. Hungerholt, Rush-Burger, Victoria Leicht, Laurie!Brand, Adlai Brist, Ruth Bromford, Minn., pleaded guilty lo;}' ucas -. DAILY RIVER BULLETIN ; day at n a m at Polter . H au. I with illegal mufflers today and Flood Stage 21-hr., opr FuMra [ H ome, the Rev. was fined $14. He was arrested Lutz, Judy Mahl- mcrich, Sharon Buege, Betsy orey, Susan Nel- Burleigh, Glen Busitzky, Joseph comb, Sonja Ode- Daniel John De Gaullier. Ron- Stage Today Chg. | Vernon 14 12 + .1 + .1 Lutheran Church, Black Hammer, offici- | ating. Burial will be in Ev' ergrcen Cemetery. Friends may call this eve- 31 -- i | n ' n S at the funeral home. St. Daniel Konkel, 517 Lafayette Rose Olson, Utica, Minn. BIRTHS 5.3 6.1 4.2 Dakota 7,5 Dresbach Pool . . . 9.5 Dresbach Dam . . . 1.8 La Crosse 12 4.8 Tributary Streams + .1! Fred E. Litchfield MONDOVI, Wis. (Special) - ·,|Fred E. Litchfield, 71, died mi- expectedly Wednesday afternoon at his home here. He was born in Gilmanton Jan. 8, 1893, to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Litchfield. He married Opsahl, Jackie Peterson. Judy Pflughoefl, Kathe.rine Poferl,Mary J. Przybylski, Brent Ros- Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. near Broadway and Main Street. Alfred W. Nation 617 W. Howard St., forfeited $15 bond on a charge of making an improper left turn. He was arrested Tuesday at 4:45 p.m. at Broadway and Huff Street. i Robert A. Keeler, Winona Rt. j 3, forfeited $10 bond on a dis-i obeying stop sign charge. He i was arrested by the Minnesota] RUSHFORD, Minn. (Special) Highway Patrol Saturday at j --New officers of Murphy-John- Rushford Legion Officers Installed Richard Barrett, an assists attorney general, said the sigi violate state law that restric outdoor advertising within feet of an interstate highwa Named in the attorney ge eral's petition are the Naege Outdoor Advertising Co. of M waukee and ABC Outdoor A David Erpelding, Patricia Flatla, Vicki Forsythe, Kristin Frank, Sharon! Daniel, John De Gaullier, Ron- vertising Inc. of Waukesha. aid Dulek, Patricia Edstrom, " Sheriff to Assist i Gady, Gail Grabow,' M a r y j ^ f Chamber ROC6S Grant, Cynthia Hammer, Dean \ Hilke, Lloyd Johnson, Patricia, chamber of Commerce plans Jones, James Kangel, James i f o r boat races on the river July Kiekbusch, Lynne Kittle, Karen j 14 j n conjunction with Slearo- Krieger, Dianne Kukowski, Den-| boat Days were approved by :nis Lande, Larry Larson, Susan sheriff George Fort toda/. 1 Larson, Germaine Lauer, Cheryl ob Stress Linked With Heart Ills SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A ew York heart specialist, re- wrting on a survey of 12,000 rofessional persons, said today hat job stress is closely linked o coronary heart disease -- but moking may not be. The survey covered U oc- upational groups with "obvl- us differences" in job tensions, aid Dr. Henry I. Russek, con- ultant in cardiovascular dm- iase, U.S. Public Health Service lospital, Staten Island. Dr. Russek listed thote tor- veyed in order of decreasing stress: General medical practi- ioners, anesthesiologists, pa- .hologists, dermatologists, general dental practitioners, oral surgeons, orthodontists and wriodonlists, general law practitioners, trial lawyers, lawyer* in various specialties and patent lawyers. In addition, he said, security analysts and security traders on the New York Stock Exchange were compared. Persons who said they never had smoked showed significantly higher coronary heart disease rates than those who stopped smoking before their attack or before the time of the questionnaire if there was no attack, Dr. Russek reported'at the annual convention of the American Medical Association. "These findings cast doubt upon the alleged role of smoking in the genesis of coronary heart disease," he said. Suspect Held In Wounding Two Brothers Mr. and Mrs, Fred Naas, 405; chip, at Durand 1.7 + M ! H a t t i e Schwark April 19, 1913, W. Howard St., a daughter. iZumbro at Theil 28.9 '" ~ " ' " Mr. and Mrs. John Greena-iprem. at Dodge ....-0.4 tpeyor, Minneapolis, Minn., a Isiack at Galesville . 1.7 daughter. BIRTHS ELSEWHERE « son Sunday. Mrs. Kujath Ssli-Vs the former Joanne Schaefer of Alma. RUSHFORD, Minn. (Special) --Mr. and Mrs. Gary Woxland, a son June 13 at Millinglon, Tenn. Woxland, with the Navy, is being transferred to the Los Angeles area in July. Grand- 61. Paul Turner, who gave his address as St. Mary's College, forfeited $5 bond on an. illegal U-turn charge. He was arrested June 18 at 3rd and Walnut streets. Little chang°e is indicated m i c a m e associated with Stale TREMPEALEAU COUNTY ' · · j river stages for the nexl several Farm Insurance Co.. WHITEHALL, Wis. (Special) " Mr. Litchfield was clerk of _ Richard Hynes, Eltrick, and La C. at W. Salem 2.3 Root at Houston . . . . 5.8 RIVER FORECAST .3 i in Buffalo City. -- .1 | A resident of the Mondovi and Gilmanton areas all his life, Mr. Litchfield farmed in Gilmanton until 1942. He worked as a bookkeeper at the Land O'Lakes milk (From Hastings to Gutlenberg) | plant here nine years, then be- I T K t, c , - i V L e y The sheriff notified Donald! REMER, Minn. Ml - A Si Min. U r San rr.J C r! en wii e '! stone ' ehamber mana g er . that! World War II veteran wanted oie\en luuier, Gregory .vims,; u: G mfln urnuM Via nn hsn^ *n /,,.. ».. n ^i:^ n ; nrt ;,, iu~ r u n f^..« 12:25 p.m. at Minnesota Highway 43 and old U.S. Highway son Post 94, American Legion, Steven Miller, Kenneth Mogren, Larry Nuszloch, Annette N v - l f r were installed by Hi Redalen, 'seth. Sharon Pearson, Sandra Lanesboro, retiring district vice | Prilchard, Janet Ruppel, Thorn- j commander, Monday. {as Sanders, Daniel Schacht, Di-[ S h e r i f f Seeks Boat ,, in the shotgun aid the Coast Guard in patrol- wounding of two men was taken into custody today following an extensive police search. Lucian Cole, 43, of Boy River, Also on the installation team ane Scharmer, Lois Scharmer, i were Fillmore County Service Donald Sebo, John Sireater, Ter- Henry Wooden, 174 North Jfficer Ode Krogen, John Ryd- ranee Stremcha, Sandra Thode,j Baker St., reported to the sher- WINONA DAM LOCKAGE Flow -- 13,600 cubic feet per second at 8 a.m. today. Wednesday parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Woxland, Rushford. Capt. and Mrs. Bernard {Helen Agrimson) Powell, St. Louis, Mo., a daughter June 18. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Agrimson. BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-Mr. snd Mrs. Robert Pronzinski, Bloomington. a daughter, by adoption, May 8. Mrs. Pronzin- etii is the former Shirley Mattison. 464 Lafayette St..'and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pronzinski 852 E. 5th St., Winona. the Oak Grove district in the Town of Gilmanton a number of years. Survivors are: His wife; two sons, Glenn and Gordon, both of Davenport, Iowa; one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Virginia) 1:05 p.m. -- Dan Luckett, 121 Bilderback, Gilmanton; f i v e marges, down. 3:40 p.m. -- Cartasca, 5 barges, up. Small craft -- 25. Thursday 12:45, a.m. -- Lawrence B., 3 barges, up. 5 50 May Die In July 4th Auto Mishaps CHICAGO (AP)-The National Safety Council estimated today that between 450 and 550 persons could be killed in traffic during the July 4 holiday weekend. age of 425 deaths lor a non- IMPOUNDED DOGS No. 2127-Male, cocker, third day. No. 2128-Male, black short- baired pup, third day. N'o. 2129--Male, black part Labrador, leather collar, second day. Available [or good homes: Several, male and female, medium 6ize ' holiday weekend of identical length in July. The council defined the fcn'mrt »« I t m k n m n holiday travel period as ex- fcomg to Jamboree lendin ' g [rom £ p m tocg , time Thursday, July 2, to -Siv local Boy Scouts afe pre-1 mitini g ht Sun(la '. J "' 5 paring for the national jam- Over the Memorial Day boree at Valley Forge, Pa.. July 17-23. They include Eagle Scouts Thomas and Albert Twcsme and Willie Docken, and Life Scouts Ronald Kopp, Lyle Montgomery and John Larson. Robert Docken, Willie's father, local Scoutmaster, will be a leader at Valley Forge. 6 Galesville Scouts to Jamboree GALESVILLE, Wis. (Special) grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; his mother, Mondovi, and one brother, Emmon, Rockford, 111.. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church, the Rev. Victor Uitt- ner officiating. Burial will be in Gilmanton. Friends may call at Colby Funeral Home here Friday afternoon and until 9 a.m. Saturday, then at the church. Otto Voigtlaender LAKE CITY, Minn. (Special) --Otto Voigtlaender, 86,^ died Wednesday afternoon at Lake City Municipal Hospital where he had been a patient one week. He was born April 28, 1878 in Adrian, Minn., to Mr. ant Mrs. Paul Voigtlaender. He mar ried Margaret Schlueter in Min neapolis Oct. 22, 1904. The couple lived in Minnea Jorance Nastvold, Galesville, olh appeared before Trempea- eau County Judge A. L. Twesme Wednesday morning and ileadeoV g u i l t y to battery barges. They were arrested in Gales- :ille June 21. Each was sen- enced to pay a fine of $20 plus ;3 costs or serve five days in he county jail. Fine and costs were paid. Forfeitures on charges listed: Frank J. Alberts, La Crosse, arterial violation, Town of Sumner, June 14, Patrolman Maurce Scow, S13. Eugene C. Vetterkind, xStrum Rt 2, driving too fast for conditions, Town of Unity, June 13, $18, Scow. Duane L. Chain, Buchanan, Mich., failure to have proper number of life preservers, June ) e r g, William Marx and Orval Amdahl, all of Preston. Newly install:d Commander Marvin Manion, Earl Anderson a n d Adjutant Melvin Schmidt w e r e elected delegates to the state convention in St. Paul July Manion 23-25. Alternates are Finance Officer Leland James, J a c k Keeler and Harold Jacobson. LaVerne Johnson, post member, is at Veterans Hospital, Minneapolis. Next meeting will be July 27. The post endorsed Ernie Diedrich, Austin, for state commander. Earl Anderson won the attendance prize. Wallace Himlie is retiring commander. The contract for remodeling the front of the hall went to Allyn Thurley, Nancy Van ] iff's office Wednesday that his Thomma, Sharon Von Helmst, i 14-foot metal boat has been Minn., was arrested after hs was spotted by searchers in an airplane. He was afoot in woods, 14 miles southwest of Grand Rapids, in Cass County. Bonnie Wos. John Walski, Ann Walz, Susan missing from its mooring on j Co 'e was unarmed, authorities Wetzel, Elizabeth Wiczek and. the Mississippi River above t h e ] said He was taken to a jail in grain elevators since Sunday. | Walker, about 45 miles from where he was apprehended. Hospitalized In Grand Rapids were Arthur Oberg, 50, and his brother, Herbert, 39, farmers near Ball Club, Minn., about 15 miles northeast of Remer. Herbert was reported in serious condition with wounds in the head at", face. Arthur suffered wounds on the shoul- Kids Parade Starts Fun Fest at Durand DURAND, Wis. (Special) - will be good from the carnival Four days of fun are in store for the first annual Fun Fest sponsored by the Durand Commercial Club today through Sunday. Entertainment will include parades, a carnival, soap box derby, fireworks and other events. Today and Friday are children's days. Tip Top Carnival has 12 rides and 30 concessions. The first parade was today; grounds or Main Street. Barbecued chicken will be · . I der and left hand, and the hand had f ° He was s^rVta.^ r i«!«" ·" [rom dose r a n g e ' o f t u those who prefer tasty "dogs." j cers sald ' . Sheriff Bob Dawson, Eau'j _. .. Claire, was marshal for the Roosevelt C h i l d r e n children's parade and presented prizes. Time trials for the soapbox derby will be staged before ac- it was for the kids. H featured t ua i] y running the races on the 19, $18, Game Warden Harold Himlie Bros. Kubisiak. j , Jeannette M. Moen, Blair, :· ' I f I 1 J speeding, Town of Lincoln, June I I" 131 XlAlPn 10 «10 Qnmu I I I W I I^IWIVW 19, $18, Scow. BUFFALO COUNTY ALMA, Wis. (Special)-In po-; lice court here Monday before] Buffalo County Judge Gary B. Speeding Count doll buggies and pets. The soapbox derby is scheduled Friday at 2 p.m. on 4th Avenue West. hill near the Rathjen greenhouses. Oppose Design for Father's Memorial WASHINGTON (AP) - Ths family of Franklin D. Roosevelt has rejected the latest FRIDAY at 9 p.m, the Fun| B a u e r Built warehouse west of Fest queen will be crowned on »,,, r.hinnc.wa River. Space to build floats for the j modified design for a memorial 'he late president, just ap- parade was arranged for in the 1 - - - · · · queen the carnival grounds. There are five candidates: Gretta Wittig, representing Arkansaw High School and the Arkansaw Booster Club; Donna Sam, sponsored a s h n«lrin I «mT Martin ! LeVern D - Hungerholl, Hush- by the Durand Sportsmen's This would compare, the |polis until 1907, when they mov- aemossiem, j a m t:s "«» '· j f o r d ] Miim ^ ente red an innocent; Club; Mary Ann Bauer, select- council said, with an aver- ed here. Mr. Voigllaender, .^ J TM"^' o n , j h °Jig ^ *p P lea . !° a s P eedin £ cnar S e in ed b ' Uma High School; Mary vi.i nv^ic. n i l . » ui£,iiaci»uti , a \ , photographer, operated a studio j a n d . c ° sts on , a ch , ar ? e - . here more than 45 years. He' eratmg a n.otor boat without weekend, a period of the same length, there was 4;U traffic fatalities. This compared with 418 deaths in a nonholiriay period of equal length two weeks earlier. The holiday toll broke the record of 371 for a Ihrce- day observance set in 1958. retired in 1953. He was a member of St Mark's Episcopal Church here; AF AM lodge here; a 40- year member of the Order of (he Eastern Star; a member of Scottish Rite bodies of Winona; Knights Templar, Red Wing, and Osman Temple of the proper number of life pre- 8 at 9:3() g m municipal court today and waS scheduled for a jury trial July servers. He was arrested June, 13 in Town of Nelson. I In traffic court Monday forfeitures were on charges listed: Harold Ellenberger, Durand Rt. 3, $35 and costs, no valid driver's license, June 7, Town of Maxvillc. Hungerholt was arrested Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. by police who said he sped along Mil in Street from Broadway to between Sanborn and King Streets. Hungerholt posted $25 bond. In other municipal court ac- »' n. . i' »:,,; IT.,., ru;*. tion, Dorvan Lande, 617 Lafay- Arthur K Rizzi, Eau Claire, ' .. . '«,, .' the Shrine, St. Paul. , «i«im r - ""', ^"" v "°'" ; ' [ etle St He is survived by one daugh-: $31 and costs, driving 47 m.p.h. I " c ·· ter, Mrs. E. W. (Lola) Barber, [in a 30-mile zone June 8, Mon- Lake City. His wife died inldovi. Rutherford, candidate from the Durand Women's Club, and Nancy Bauer, choice of Durand High School. Sixty units have been scheduled for the parade SUNDAY at 1 p.m. Fireworks will he fired from River Street as a climaxing :he Chippewa River. A medallion hunt as a pie- 'estival event was won by Juel L.amm, Durand. BYRON DALE and Anton F. Cebe are co-chairmen of the Fun Fesl for the Commercial Club, with club officers as ex- officio members including Kenneth McMahon, president; Joseph Brenner Jr., vice president; Sig Weiss, secretary, and Gene Bauer, treasurer. City officials say parking will he free all through the festival; there's no need to put proved by Washington's Fine Arts Commission after thre« years of controversy. After the commission's acceptance Wednesday of the design, a letter was made public stating that the five surviving Roosevelt children are "unalterably opposed" to lhe plan for a memorial based on an arrangement of eight great concrete tablets up to 130 feet high. The Roosevelt children made one special request--that any memorial include groves of trees "in recognition of the tremendous feeling Franklin D. Roosevelt had for trees and his event Sunday night. The view'the four days. money in the meters any of great interest in their conservation." 1959. Ronald R. Nelson, Winona, «,,, f . He was Tr- S "m at M8 Chatfield St., the home of his former w j f e Jud g e j ohn D Funeral services will be a t ; $21 and costs, driving 37 in a | McGjn a)so revoke( fthe suspen j 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Mark's 12o-zone, June 12, Fountain City. | sion o( ,, p revious $25 fine on ! Church, the Rev. Thomas D. David L. Larson, Alma Rt. |(h e same charge dating from April 8. If Lande is unable to pay the fines, totaling $50, the judge ordered him to serve 16 Late with your Valentine? Sorry, we con'l give you odvke, but il might help if you tuggested bringing her here for Dinner. We have o wonderful choice of food deligMi at reasonable prices . . . quick service, tool SHORTY'S · CORNER MARK and CENTER STREETS 2, $43 and cosls, 52 in a 30- zone. Mondovi, June 6. Norman J. Toulou, Minnels- ka. $35 And costs, operating without a driver's license, June 13, Alma. In police court at MONDOVI June 17, Cecil Odegard, Mondovi, pleaded guilty to disturb| ing the peace while operating a motor vehicle in Mondovi June 4. He was fined $25 plus costs. Forfeitures In traffic court, Mondovi, June 17 on charges listed: James L. Hanson, Eau Claire, $10 and costs, driving up the sidewalk and parking in front of a tavern, Mondovi, May 19. Goldene E. Helwlg, Independence Rt. 1, $10 and costs, arterial violation, June 1, Mondovi. John Molid, Mondovi Rt. 2 $25 and costs, inattentive driv ing. Mondovi, June 9. Ifughes officiating. Cremation take place in Minneapolis days in jail. Judge McGill dismissed nonsupport c h a r g e s gainst Neil King, Rochesler, Minn., brought by his former wife, Yvonne, Lewiston, Minn., | ifhen the co\irt learned that j (ing was making lhe required layments to the county welfare lepartment for the support of lis former wife and their three children. Boat Equipment Taken Roy Evelt, 165 W. 2nd St., reported to the sheriff's office Wednesday that someone broke into his boathousa on the north side of Bathhouse Island. Missing were a six-gallon gasoline tank, an eight-foot pike pole, three life jackets, a fire extinguisher, an air horn, a rod and reel, and * canoe paddle. · MONDOVI PAPER MOVING and the remains will be buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Pepin, 1 MONDOVI, Wis. (Special) 1 Wis. ! Most of the Mondovi HeraW- j Friends may call at Peterson-! News equipment was moved to Sheehan Funeral Home here aft- its new location on West Main I er 2 p.m. Friday. (Street Wednesday. SERVICE STATIONS Today-FrL-Sit,, June 25-26-27 MOTOR OIL Only 59C Gal. OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL Only G a l , (In your ewrt container) B»sch Toyi for Fun .... Froji Tit WalrutM $Ut, Air Mattremi Sl.U if 72-Inch BtACH BAUS With Any PurtSau. if BAUOONS for the Kid* if FREE LIFETIME CHASSIS LUBRICATION Cards for thi Fr«t Service available during Grand Optnlni at GENE'S Royal Spur Strvici, 3rd and Kansas. GENE'S Royal Spur Service Corntr 3rd and Kantai KENNY'S Spur Service 310 West Jnd St. N ft N Spur Service Highway (I Service Drive

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