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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1955, Austin, Minnesota The Weather today cooler low tonight 35-40. AUSTIN DAILY HERALD 1955 Tr ill Tl VOL. No. 94 Single Copy OCTOBER 18, 1955 Member DEAD CHILD BAPTIZED 2 HOURS BEFORE Playboy's Plane Smashes Into Apartment 3 NORTH Calif. A plane piloted by wealthy playboy Joel W. crashed into a two-story ment house Monday night bringing their clothes Then the ried out young face looked like it was burned she reported Ann an ing Miss Burdick said she and the for lesser burnt were i 6-foot, 6-inch sportsman had In- flaming death to himself and William 31, and Ben I tended to be married next St. others one a other neighbors who helped Nine were in- the infant's celebrating Two other children were critically Wing Dropped Off plane plummeted out of the overcast less than 12 j utes after taking off from heed Afar Terminal in nearby An eye witness said a wing dropped off before the craft plunged into the Police several hood residents reported hearing a plane and at near rooftop level before the A newsman who lives near the said a plane swooped low over his house three times only two minutes before the The 40-year-old sportsman and former auto racer was returning alone to his home in Las Nev. Police investigators ed their identification of Thorne from his a belt a gun and his found in the Dead Identified The other dead were identified as Mrs. Betty Jean 18, dent in the upstairs apartment where the plane and two- month old Sheryll Camille who had just been baptized two hours I The baby's Mr and Mrs. Michael who lived in the downstairs were ins a christening Mr. and Mrs. Prank Marchica of Los and Miss Anna zano of were iously burned or In Critical Condition In critical condition were the two 7, and 10. All remained at North Hollywood Receiving only heard a Mrs. Preston building shook and then there was a big ran to the bedroom to get my Then there was another blast and I ran to the There was so much smoke we couldn't My went back after the Preston party from the ng I Thorne had been visiting friends in the Los including The Civil CRASH on page 18) Rains stop Bullet Wounds in Stricken f 14, After Chase Wild Ride Ends Near Floods Leaving 42 Dood in 6-Stote Region PLANE CRASHES INTO APARTMENT This is the two-story apartment house into which a light plane crashed in North Hollywood Monday ing the neighborhood into The craft plunged through the roof at upper left and sent debris flying through windows at The front apartments caught fire and were burned but those in the rear were not badly This is a com- 5y THI ASSOCIATED PRESS With floodwaters draining back into river beds after a weekend 1 stricken sections of six Northeastern states today tackled a backbreaking cleanup I For some areas it was the l ond such task in less than two The which left a dead and missing toll of 42, hit hardest at The same state took the brunt of the Aug. 19 floods that rode the tail Hurricane Filet of Debris Rains that fed the latest floods stopped or changed to light ers yesterday throughout the flood which stretched through tions of Rhode New New Jersey and The left behind piles of slimy wrecked homes and washed-out i highways and broken bridges and snarled power The federal government provided a variety of aids for the stricken Disaster Aid Extended The governors of New York and New Jersey were advised by Sherman sistant to the that the declaration of two months ago had been extended to cover the new This en- abled the Small Business tration and the Housing and Home Finance Agency in Washington to take steps to help flood TITI Val Federal director A MAN i 1 LED No More Military Ike Agrees THE PETERSON was time to sing a few songs Monday night when Ruth Marie Peterson came home as Princess Kay of the Milky Way and American Dairy Ruth started playing the and her family started Ready for the next song are Mr. and Mrs. DENVER President hower took a 24-hour recess from conferences today of civil inspected the area so he could take a first-hand report I to President From his sick bed in the President i pledged all aid possible to the dis- aster Thousands Homeless The Red Cross estimated families were homeless or went j back to damaged the destruction of last Treasury Humphreys after their e o as earlier talks with Eisenhower at end came nowhere near the tor M. seventy of the 19 In further It observers said cuts without a change and a seventy or me an in Army Connecticut alone that disaster took Manufacturers and the With u and ed more than 215 Dulles is flying here from com- With Ruth ineton tonight for a final were Mr Ruth Marie Welcomed Home Ruth Mane American the office only once since tional Dairy As she Dairy is home for a few Ruth's appearances as awarded and ribbons flays rest and relaxation from a Kay are under the office in breed steady pace of and as American Dairy Like any farm Ruth trol car driven by Dick Ruth Marie came home Monday she works for the Dairy ed being at the dairy taking and an Albert Lea police night and will leave later this week Assn. out of the Chicago part Run Rod Light Albert Lea A bullet fired by police during a high speed stolen car critically wounded a 14-year-old boy Monday night near Albert Marvin was in an Albert Lea pital with part of his nose shot off. Doctors had to re- move one Sheriff Carl Lindahl said he was holding Olson's 16- year-old John Storvick Spotted Speeder The chase began when Austin highway patrolman Norman vick spotted a speeder two of Geneva on Highway 65. said he attempted to stop the two youths in the car they kept right on Noticing that the youths were driving a car with Minneapolis license he called into Albert Lea for a registration ick was informed that the car was a stolen At this time the two youths had passed through Geneva and were heading for Albert Storvick ordered a road block set up in Albert The patrol car pulled alongside the stolen car but the youths refused to stop Storvick The road block which Storvick requested failed to ter reaching Albert Lea the youths in the stolen car turned to go They were followed through bert Lea speeds of 75 to 80'' by Storvick another highway Having two employers means ton came running out of the m the world ington tonight icr a d t dead and were ence with Eisenhower tomorrow JV s Mrs. his flesh in ing my My of Defense Wilson and Adm. Afire Arthur W. chairman of DULLES OPPOSES MEETING Reds Propose Talks the Mr. and Conlon The latest from ministers conference ig at Geneva Oct. 27. Mrs Ida Kaner who lives across the Joint Chiefs of followed The gradual return to active the street said she saw two adults similar forecasts from Secretary of direction of government is proving run out of Preston's State Dulles and Secretary of the a good tonic for the 1___________________________! The big problem of the doctors now to keep him from over- exerting They think the conferences he is having are good for him for this week at they are to space them with a day in Brief Talks The President will meet with WASHINGTON Secretary of State Dulles said today Communist China has formally raised the question of a high level meeting with the United States to discuss outstanding Far East He told a news conference that Red China's sentative at Geneva brought up this question along with Red objections to the Western trade Dulles made it clear he opposes any such high level meeting until the present Geneva talks are He said the possibilities at Geneva have not yet been so Dulles disclosed the Chinese Communist and can special who have been discussing re- patriation of civilians since Aug. 1, have now turned to practical on their Atty. Gen. Brownell Friday There may be brief talks with Dillon Eisenhower's sistant on national security the second round of Army who did 12 mil onion ls tne lion dollars worth of repairs after ol figured the new FLOODS on page 18) Loses Toes in Corn Picker lima Raymond 35, suffered a mangled left foot in a corn picker accident 3 TV The stolen car ran through one busy at the red light in Albert Lea and the traveling with the Con- rowly missed a collision when the Ions in the Kay radio and television driver failed to stop for a Conlon coordinates casters all wanted to talk with her sign at the junction of 16 and 65 for Ruth's Her first duties as American Dairy Princess were at the RUTH MARIE on page 18) Conlon Royal Cabinet Air Romance Uproar west of Albert Storvick re- At a point two miles west of j bert Storvick attempted to I hook the bumper of the stolen car I and tried tapping the Stolen car 1 from the side said but that also failed to stop the were bound and 1 ed to get Storvick everything else had j ed I fired a couple of rounds over the top of the car then 1 took lee and of prominent five shots into the hoping Ion Until s not and the al Mark Carter and his that the bullets would ricochet into Conlon perone Since e i n H crow neil 1'i'inci ss of the the Ruth made for separate talks on how to the tries or the gas Then I deal with the uproar waiting outside found tried a few into the back romance of much more venous and of the and Prime Minister Kden called an mure than SO appearance Ruth has the In fact afternoon of the Cabinet that she at nls No 10 around 7 p.m. the between the meetings with Dulles aav Hanson was operating a mounted and Brownell r Wilson and Radford picker on the Russell Fox farm He outlined a prospective budget to the loss of two toes and for an audience with Queen the President for the year starting a patient at County Me a ullr at 1 next July 1. It calls for continuing monal military spending around the Harley 51. rent year's estimate of 34'2 billion the index finder on his left hand m a corn picker dent last Wednesday He was treat ed at the Riceville Hospital looki d than usual he princess positively down in the arrived at the due alone and un m 1 1 1 M wt in m i nut and was drn en to Clarence firing the Out of Ammunition Storvick he ran out of munition and was loading his tol when Patrolman Murray shot past him at a speed estimated by at 100 m p h. Storvick had Koine 80 to 85 m while or even a little possibly as IKE on 18) y 1 am supposed to in the uhin I iin not Kulli i d I c n Seek Disqualification USI Drive on of Surgeon's Testimony in 2 Divisions MINNEAPOLIS Attorneys whether Coo would he able to of the United Inc. Fund for Dr. A. Arnold Axilrod today i but he was cut short hy de- m Austin the court to strike from the fense Guff did not re- Solicitors began work m the record the complete testimony of sume his cross examination division Jack a young surgeon who assisted in In response to a question by Grew and the national fums the autopsy of Mrs. Mary E. i Brauti said the county at- slon under Stuart Moonen 21, the woman Axilrod is office at no time m the commercial division accused of ed to change his opinion of the aro A. H. Donald Jurige Anderson the cause of Mrs. At M L. motion hy chief defense counsel one point in the questioning Goff Kd Charles Rice and Robert Sydney opposed by County said Scott was attempting to Atty. George M. would be the witness and get him to Solicitors in the national firms argued in open court late change his division are Rill Harlan Questioned The defense lost a bid Wallace Sat James The motion seeks to disqualify to have the dead woman's jailed Hal John Joe the testimony of Dr. Erling brother-in-law summoned as a Dougherty and Ray Asp 29. who was excused today after court's witness The business division under Karl 15 minutes of redirect Chief defense counsel will kick off M 3 30 tion by Monday was Goff tvo ago asked for the p.m. subjected to searching to cross examine Donald V. animation hy during which now serving a 90-day term the defense counsel repeatedly by for indecent implication questioned the Goff filed depositions in which competence to judge how two former cellmates of Newton Mrs. Moonen said he told of having information TEMPERATURES 1PM last week testified Mrs. which could turn the in favor 2 P. M. a former dental patient of Ute 50 year-old of Axilrod died of manual i 3 P. M. County Atty. George Scott op- 4 P. M. Her body was found posed claiming i 3 P. M. in a Minneapolis alley April 21. daviU came from ex convicts who i 6 P. M. testified in the were classified of Dr. John a pathologist who by of state in- 1 A. M was in charge of 2 A. M. has since Oct. I; Anderson turned 3AM. with down Imt Mid 4AM. brief examination 1 WM to A M ask I M I A. M. MONDAY 46 7 P. M. 47 8 P. M. 47 9 P. M. 40 SO 10 P. M. 38 90 11 P. M. M 12 Midnight M 7 A. M. 33 39 8 A. M 33 M ff A. M. 47 35 10 A M. 43 M HAM 47 34 IS A. tl Home From Scotland The home from her summer vacation in uas expected to have a lei nice later with her husband the of and 1'imtCss What would come of all this no outsider could for Hell some hut little that it would result in ate public statement ol some kind to clear the an the old prin in the of a e eil to be ins hi case of There under nun missile she decide i to up her Koval An hein oi the Battle of In- 41 next month He is tt i invoiced father of two n The spent e hours to last at dinner in the her London home Faure Faces Crucial Vote Last-minute poll decisions and party switches laid the key to Premier1 political fate as the d Assembly authored for a crucial vote of confidence on the nun nt s policy limits of debate were the to after Most parties and individual de appeared to be r m the of the h political situation vvith considerations Murray to halt the wild ride by pulling in front of the stolen In doing this he went off the shoulder hit a spillway and narrowly averted an ick he two youths stopped their car about nine miles west of Albert on Highway ifi But they weren't CHASE on 18) Dist. 32, Votes Consolidation i tn c with i uht were Jit in of and JJ tor a share of the Dist. and against debt LAYAWAY ACCOUNT SPANS 11 YEARS Trucker Time Fly ruhy and strode into a jewelry picked popular in the U. N. Danny and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt blow out on cake last night at a New York dinner of the American for the United Nations which marked the start of the 10th United Nations Mrs. man of the association's hoard of presented an award to Kaye for advancing the purposes and ciples of the IT. N. hy aiding the children of the world through the film Wire out a uatch put it into the for my he said 11 it out by That was a hit better than 11 years SO Ihe watch is still in today And he's still working on little here a little ready this year he has paid J2 50. Total to date The normal limit H about x But m this marathon the rme was little different Wanted the Beit Rut on that September in 1941, it the only watch man would look It was fur h s pi totaled only jn p. r tent to 10 The account w .is compile time Mrs Reist was n .nl it the t. r. shuu up with a few it a little he'd II have the money by e passed when lould redeem He still owes 44 and it for he told Mrs bt Hilda M. vice president of Ihe 11 trifle SIM it out hy next mm feat payment last Bat Account A stubborn feeling The market A 2 per cent state continue MM At was later to S per It is an ornate net cent. The federal dropped will V
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