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Election Issues (By Th Astocltd Prtnl St. Paul will vote on charter reform and Sunday liquor in a special election Tuesday while several other Minnesota cora-7 munities ballot on the liquor question and elect officials. jJ The charter reform proposal, sj if successful, would change St. 35 Paul's city government from ; strong ill strong St. Paul is the largest Minne-ltion to the high school, includ-jsion of the factory. Baxter vo-sota community to put the Sun- ing a swimming pool. ters will choose between its day liquor sale issue on the Arlington and Baxter resi-present form of government and ballot. No move has been made dents vote on proposed charter WEATHER OUTLOOK A warming trend is forecast for the southern Plains, the Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee Valleys and the Great Lakes region. Minimum temperatures: Chicago 32, Duluth 24, Los Angeles 50, Miami 52, and New York 28. UPI Telephoto. , WASIIItIGTQII ROIItIDUP resentatives of 12 of the nations major airlines have told the Civil Aeronautics Board that costs on their financial charts are soaring nearly as high and as fast as their modern jets. We are not prophets of doom, we are not a sick industry, said Stuart G. Tipton, president of the Air Transport Association. We want to be able to continue to finance our- mayor-commission to mayor-council form ! government. 1 Under the proposal the mayor would no longer sit as a member of the city council but would be the administrator with power to appoint department heads subject to council approval. He also would draw up the yearly budget proposal and present it to the council. The seven-man council would set legislative policy for the city. it it The current council is composed of the mayor and six councilmen, with each councilman doubling as a legislator and commissioner heading an administrative department. WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Students Association says it will seek a court order barring Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Her-sheys bid to strip military deferments from persons interfering illegally with recruiting or the draft. Listed among plaintiffs in the suit, slated to be filed in U.S. District Court here today, are student government presidents of 15 universities, including Harvard, California and Notre Dame. As prepared, the complaint selves charges Hersheys directive violates the constitutional guarantee of free speech and uses the draft as an illegal means of punishment. WHAT ARE YOUR CHILDREN HAVING AT SCHOOL LUNCH? Tune in to WKTY at 1 1 a.m. and find out! All School Hot Lunch Menus Broadcast Daily. Courtesy of the NEW VILLA 2002 Ward Avt. WASHINGTON (AP) Despite the introduction of sophisticated psychological warfare, the Pentagon apparently is not winning its battle against thousands of invading starlings. Batteries of loudspeakers are employed to amplify recordings of the cries of wounded birds The thought is that the starlings will get the idea the Pentagon grounds are not for the birds and will evacuate. I The results seem a standoff at best. Several thousand starlings have recently been seen perched in trees near the Pentagons northwest gate, shrieking back at the anti-starling records and displaying no inclination to move on. in Minneapolis to initiate a Sunday liquor election. Among communities voting on Sunday liquor in regular elections Tuesday are Brainerd, Hib-t bing, Brooklyn Park and Golden Valley. Fort Ripley and Wabasso; of also have the issue on their ballots. Ormsby, which went dry many years ago, will vote on whether to empower the council to issue liquor licenses either municipal or private. Among communities with mayors elections on the ballot are Hibbing, Grand Rapids, Litchfield, Gaylord, Dassel, Green Isle, Courtland, New Auburn, Ormsby, North Redwood, Milroy, Morton, Wabasso, Delhi, Vesta, Chatfield and Stewart. In seme instances, there is only one candidate. Olivia voters will decide an $895,000 bond issue for an addi- changes. The Arlington proposal would give the city council power to close a road near the Big Stone canning factory for expan- or a new plan where the clerk, treasurer and assessor would be appointed and the clerk replaced on the council by a fourth elected trustee. DEATHS Rosary to be at 8 p.m. Mr. Killeen was owner-operator of the Mens Club and was a veteran of World War II. RUSSELL B. WEEKS Russell B. Weeks, 72, of 788 N. D St., Tulare, Calif., and formerly of La Crosse died Sunday, Dec. 3, in Tulare. Services will be announced later by the Nelson Home. Survivors include his widow, Leona Freise Weeks; a daughter, Mrs. Eugene (Hyla) Lehman of La Crosse; three grandchildren; and ohe great-grandchild. Capital Footnotes The State Department has denied the United States is blocking the re-opening of the Suez Canal to' thwart Communist shipping to South Vietnam. The canal was closed during the Arab-Israeli war earlier this year. New Military Chief Is Named In Israel MRS. WILLIAM FUNKE Mrs. William If. Funke, 85, of 1315 State St., daughter of a prominent businessman in the early history of La Crosse, died Funeral Saturday evening, Dec. 2, in a La Crosse hospital. She was the former Malinda Funk and was the last survivor among li children born to Anna and Michael Funk who had boiler business at Front and King Sts. more than 100 years ago. She was preceded in death by her husband who owned the WASHINGTON (AP) Rep- PHILLIPS DEALER CUSTOMERS OPEN TONITE (MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY) TIL 9 P.M. ED PHILLIPS & SONS CO. 130 Mt. Vernon St. y Capital Quote You can put up or shut up, because if you dont put up, then I am going to run, and it doesnt make any difference what it does to you or to anyone else, former Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace, declaring he will run for the presidency unless Republicans nominate a conservative candidate. The only word for this is blackmail. Gov. Claude Kirk of Florida, a Republican, stating Wallace is demanding Republicans nominate a racist candidate on a segregation plat-fprm. Car Jumps Curb, Smashes Shop Door SPARTA, Wis. A car driven j by Bernard Johnson, 32, of Spar-ita, jumped a curb at 11 p.m. Saturday and struck the front of ! the Kirchoff building in which ! the M. & S. Gift Shop is located, ; breaking a glass door and side panel. ; Johnson was to appear in court Monday on a charge of drunk driving. He was not injured. By ED BLANCHE JERUSALEM (AP) - Premier Levi Eshkol announced a new military chief of staff Sunday while the Israeli army reported that berab saboteurs had struck twice more. Eshkol named Brig. Gen. Haim Bar-Lev, 43,' to succeed Maj. Gen. Itzhak Rabin, mastermind of Israels victory in the June 5-10 war. Some government officials said Rabin would be sent to Washington as ambassador. Defense Minister Moshe Dayan proposed Bar-Lev, a soft-spoken soldier who fathered Israels tank power, to assume command of the armed forces. Dayan also said he was happy Rabin would continue to work in the national interest, adding support to the reports of the Washington assignment. Rabin, 44, has been armed forces chief for the last four years, one year longer than usual. He built the Israeli fighting forces into the swift, hard-striking military machine that crushed the combined armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria. In Tel Aviv Sunday an army spokesman said Arab saboteurs blew up a section of the Jerusa-lem-Tel Aviv railroad line and also hit a water tower and road equipment in a public works depot. Two saboteurs waited too long after placing ' one explosive charge and were blown to pieces. Leaflets signed by the El Fa tah terrorist movement were found near both of the raided facilities. They warned of more attacks. Throughout the Middle East, the 30-day holy month of Ramadan was under way for all Arabs. Cannon boomed out its beginning at dawn Saturday. The cannon sound every dawn, reminding Moslems that they should fast until sundown and another cannon. EDWIN H. EVENSON Edwin H. Evenson, 58, of Funke Candy Co in La Crosse-Bangor, died Sunday morning, Dec. 3, in a La Crosse hospital. He was born July 30, 1909, in La Crosse. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Arlan (Luana) Niedfeldt of Bangor, a brother, Oscar Even son of Mindoro; two sisters, Mrs. Edwin (Gilda) Gilbertson of Mindoro, and Mrs. James (Alvilda) Kigar of West Salem; his former wife, Luella Even-son of Bangor; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m, Wednesday in the Jostad Funeral Home, West Salem, Rev. William Slosser officiating. Burial will be in Nesbonoc Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening. BIRTHS Top: SI 50 Middle H00 Bottom: $450 There are Only 300 Certified Gemologists in the U.S. Two of Them Are Cremers Can you tell whether a shiny green stone is an emerald, peridot or demantoid garnet? Do all brilliant, colorless stones look like diamonds to you and not zircon or quartz? When in doubt, it is nice to know where to find an expert one who is professionally trained in the science of gemology. The Cremers have earned the title of Certified Gem-ologist, American Gem Society, through annual examinations and comprehensive training. We are proud to be one of the 300 firms in the United States offering this service to customers. When you visit us to discuss your fine gem and jewelry purchases or appraisals, be sure to ask for Glynn F. Cremer, Certified Gemologist G. Wm. Cremer, Certified Gemologist Use Our Divided Payment Plan Or Your 1st Wis. Charge Card LA CROSSE Lutheran Hospital Nov. 30, daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Roberts, 1301 Shorewood Drive. (Jane T. Tib-bals) BLACK RIVER FALLS, WIS. Memorial Hospital Nov. 26, daughter, Melissa Rhea, to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Merrillan. (Esther True) Nov. 27, son, Troy Allen, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindberg, Hixton. (Darlene Peterson) Nov. 28, son, Dean Arthur, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Johnson, Black River Falls. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Holy Cross Hospital Dec. 1, son to Mr.- and Mrs. John K. Hammes, 4141 Sovereign Way, Salt Lake City. (Patricia Leuck, formerly of La Crosse) MRS. NATHANIEL (RUBY) LAWRY Mrs. Nathaniel (Ruby) Law-ry, 69, of 3749 Mormon Coulee Road, died in a local hospital Monday morning, Dec. 4. Services will be announced later by the Sletten - McKee Funeral Home. Mayor candidates who have no opposition, are Rdand Krueger at Green Isle, Truman Shoaff at Grand Rapids, Leonard Anderson at Dassel, Leo B. Triplett at Stewart, Roy Dun-terman at Milroy, Ed Downs at Morton, L. G. Goblirsch at Wabasso, Dennis Bell at Delhi, Arnold Rasmussen at Vesta, and Donald T. Mueller at Gaylord. it it it Highlighting the mayor races is the Hibbing contest between present Mayor J. J. Taveggia, and Gerald Thomas, a former mayor. it Other contested mayoralty elections are at Litchfield, where Stanley Berquist and Ros-coe Keller are candidates; Courtland, where Marvin Fie-meyer is challenging incumbent Stanley Fischer; North Redwood, where candidates are William Read and James Pettis to replace Mayor Oscar Simon-det who died last Monday; New Auburn, where incumbent Edward Schuette has two opponents in Willard Fraudendienst and Stanley Goettl; Ormsby, with Harvey Stade, Thorvald Hansen and Ludvig Vigness in the running; and Chatfield, where incumbent Lloyd Kivell is opposed by Frank Pavlish. Mrs. Funke was a charter member of the Catholic Womens League and the St. Francis Hospital Auxiliary. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Funke home and; at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph the Workman Cathedral with Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Paul officiating. Burial will be in Catholic Cemetery. Survivors include two daughters, Elizabeth Funke and Mrs. William Welch, both of La Crosse; four sons, George M. of Galena, 111., Robert J. of La Crosse, Joseph B. of St. Louis, Mo., and William H. of San Francisco, Calif.; and 10 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Funke home from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday. Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be given to the Malinda F. Funke Scholarship Fund at Aquinas High School. ' SHOP LACROSSE-ALL AMERICA CITY State Innkeepers Oppose Room Tax MILWAUKEE (AP) The Wisconsin Innkeepers Association has adopted a resolution urging legislative repeal of a recent act under which municipalities can levy a room tax., The special tax was part of the legislation involved in Gov. Warren P. Knowles request to the legislature to approve emergency state aid for local schools. Association delegates to a Saturday meeting criticized the measure for what they called unclear specifications of what the tax could be used for. In other resolutions, the as: sociation urged expansion of the states Outdoor Recreation Act Program, and requested the National League to grant a profes sional baseball franchise to Milwaukee. New officers are Joe F. Kaminski of Wisconsin Dells, president; Edward J. Doyle of Rice Lake, vice president; John Al-ward of Eagle River, vice president; Steve Marcus of Milwaukee, secretary. WILLIAM F. KILLEEN William F. Killeen, 63, of 3201 S. 28th St. died suddenly in his home Sunday evening, Dec. 3. Survivors include his widow, Helen; one son, William Jr. of St. Paul, Minn.; two grandchildren; one brother, George of Minneapolis, Minn.; and two sisters, Irene and Mildred Killeen, both of Lake City, Minn, Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Schumacher Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. in St. Pius X Catholic Church, Rev. Francis McCaffrey officiating. Burial will fee in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., the SPECIAL GOOD THRU WED. 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