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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Austin, Minnesota 2 Austin Minn Herald monday july la 1977 vital statistics Hospital births St. Olaf Hospital or and mrs. Bruce Ramseth Austin it. 2, son. July 8. Or. And mrs. Gene Seavey 801 Lith ave. Be daughter. July 8 or. And mrs Timothy Cochlin 1626 Oakland ave. E., daughter. July 9. Outside of Austin or and mrs. Tom Wilson Niles mi., daughter. July to. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Paul Embrickson Austin or. And mrs. Don Wilson Austin. Marriage licenses Billy Wayne Boatman 29, Shawnee okla. To Pamela Jane Carter 21,1010 w. Oakland ave. Arthur Gary Schroeder jr., 26, 612 14th St. Be. To Karen Marie Kennedy 25. 612 14th St. Be. James Donald Van 35, Austin it. 3 to Marcia Sautter 29, 140010th ave new Steven Thomas Jensen 20, Austin it. 3, to Gail Marie Auringer 20,402 5th St. So. Paul Donald Irvin jr., 28,1408 loth ave. New to Laurie Kathleen Hyde 27, 1408 10th ave new George Theodore Knutson Legal. Albert Lea to Margaret Larue Maschka. Legal 908 4th St. Be. Richard Wayne Miller 24, Oakland to Cecilia Ann Des Marais 22,900v 5th ave. Be. Marriage dissolution Debbie r. Monson and Michael j. Monson. Donna Marie Emery and Gerald James Emery. Mary j. Pineda and Joseph h. Pineda Barbara l. Hanson and Roderick Hanson. Steven h. Jones and Connie m. Jones Jean e. Jarvis and James h. Jarvis. Lynnea Goodsell and Alan David Goodsell. Deaths Jacob Ehmke Jacob Jeff Ehmke son of Jeffrey and Bonnie Ehmke Dodge Canter Minn., died shortly after birth sunday at St. Olaf Hospital. He is survived by his parents grandparents or. And mrs Leonard Ehmke Waltham mrs. Betty Gilbertson Windom Minn., Nordeen Gilbertson Hayfield great grandparents or and mrs. Maynard Ehmke Waltham or. And mrs m. L. Read Dexter nieces nephews cousins. Family graveside services will be held tuesday. Philip Gilman Philip Gilman died sunday in Minneapolis where he resided. He was a former resident of Austin. Surviving Are a son Norton Gilman Austin a daughter mrs Paul Bea Usem Austin five grandchildren eight great grandchildren funeral services were held today at b Nai Emet synagogue Minneapolis. Esther Bischoff mrs. Esther r. Bischoff 78, died saturday at Burr Oak Manor she resided at 200 1st ave be. Surviving Are two sons Ted Bischoff Tolleson ariz., Ernest a Bischoff Austin four daughters. Mrs. Charles Carman duffing red Wing Minn., Elsie Babcock Colfax wis., mrs Virgil Rosemary Lewis mrs Warner Lois Haney Austin 27 grandchildren 28 great grandchildren two great great grandchildren a brother Carl Lang Mason City three Sisters mrs la Vonne Duclos mrs Lou Stark mrs Frieda Block Austin. Funeral services will be held tuesday. Dena s. Barclay mrs Dena s. Barclay 80, died saturday evening at St. Marks lutheran Home. She is survived by a daughter mrs Max Audrey Guntz Austin three sons. Milo and Robert Barclay Austin Richard Barclay Newton Iowa la grandchildren four great grandchildren four step grandchildren 12 step great grandchildren. Three Sisters. Mrs Dorothy Baily miss Selma Skamfor Austin mrs Olga Christopherson it. Home Idaho nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tuesday. Nellie a. Gillespie mrs Nellie a. Gillespie 92. Died saturday afternoon at St. Marks lutheran Home she is survived by a sister mrs Carrie Wells Concord Califa sister in Law mrs Emma Petersen Austin nieces and nephews funeral services will be held tuesday. Funerals Ehmke family graveside services for Jacob Jeff Ehmke Dodge Center Minn., will be held at 2 tuesday at St. Michael s lutheran Church cemetery Waltham Rev Jen sen Grace lutheran Church Austin officiating for the vacationing Church pastor. There will be no visitation or review Al. Cole funeral Chapel Hayfield is in charge of arrangements. Bischoff funeral services for mrs. Esther r. Bischoff 200 1st ave. Be will be held at 2 . Tuesday at the Mayer funeral Home Rev. Dan Corcoran officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery. Friends May Call after 3 . Today. Barclays funeral services for mrs. Dena s. Barclay 400 15th ave. So will beheldat3 30 . Tuesday at our Savior a lutheran Church Rev. G. C. Knutson officiating. Interment will be in pleasant Hill cemetery Mona. Iowa. Friends May Call at the Clasen Jordan mortuary from 3 to 9 . Today and at the Church one hour before the service. The family prefers memorials. Gillespie a funeral services for mrs. Nellie a. Gillespie 400 15th ave. So will be held at to tuesday at the Gasen Jordan Chapel. Rev. Carl Borgwardt officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery Rochester. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Today and tuesday until time of service. Kuhn a funeral services for mrs Norma a. Kuhn 1200 12th St. So. Will be held at 1 30 . Tuesday at Westminster presbyterian Church Rev. Robert a. Morgan officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood cemetery. Friends May Call at the Clasen Jordan mortuary from 3 to 9 . Today and at the Church one hour before the service. Card of thank Morem the family of Oren Morem would like to express our appreciation and thanks to our relatives neighbors and friends few their cards memorials Flowers and food sent to our Home at the time of death of grandpa special thanks to the officers who answered 911 Call Rev. Borgwardt Jordon Clasen mortuary and the ladies who served lunch at the Church. Your Man facts of kindness and thoughtfulness Wil always be remembered Gilma Morem the Robert Morem family the Charles Morem family the Roderick Morem family the Gary Morem family in memo rim Hunter a in Loving memory of mrs. Robert Hunter. They say time heals All sorrow and helps us to forget but time so far has Only proven How much we miss you yet. God gave us strength to face it and courage to Bear the blow but what it meant to lose you no one will Ever know. Our hearts still ache with loneliness our eyes shed Many a tear god knows How much we miss you As we end our 2nd year. Sadly missed by husband children and grandchildren. Paulson a Laverne Paulson who passed away july la 1971. Sad and sudden was the Call of one so dearly loved by All. A bitter grief a Shock severe it was to part with one so dear i often sit and think of you and speak of How you died to think you could not say goodbye before you closed your eyes for me you did our very Best. May god Grant you eternal rest. In Loving memory by Lonnie Paulson Carroll a in memory of Milford Carroll who passed away 3 years ago july Lith just a thought of Sweet remembrance just a memory sad and True just the love and Sweet Devotion of the ones who think of you. Sadly missed by wife Wilma and family. St. Olaf Hospital Michael Blazer 505 19th St. So medical. Diane Padavich 904 4th a. New medical. John Shinego 909 12th ave. Be medical. John Dodds Brownsdale intensive care. Outside of Austin Milton Burton 200 1st ave. Be at University Hospital Minneapolis 55455, station 31, room 342, surgical. Dismissals St. Olaf Hospital mrs. Russell Stevens and son 8014th St. New july 9. Mertle Vierse 803 loth ave. Be. July 9. Catherine Inman 1903 5th ave. Be july 9. Elizabeth Krulish Austin it. 3, july 9. Marie Freese Lyle july 9. Mrs. Thomas Noble and daughter 1107 17th ave. Be july to. Diane Padavich 904 4th ave. New july to. Local temperatures today year ago High 75 High % Low 62 Low 75 As of to . Percip�?.029 saturday year ago High 80 High 97 Low 55 Low 70 Pound report three dogs picked up sunday by the Austin Pound master Are currently in care at the animal shelter and Are available for adoption or identification by calling 433-3401. A Small female White and Black part terrier was picked up at 7 08 . Sunday on the 1000 mock of w. Oakland ave. A Small Brown male Chihuahua with License number 829, was picked up at 3 55 . Sunday on the 900 Block of 4th ave. Be. A Small female Black and White dog of an unknown Breed wearing a Collar was picked up downtown at 1 16a.m. Sunday. Consumer purchasing concerns economists markets yes a one last fling the perfect Way to end the summer for any Junior High boy or girl. Three Days of fun and excitement with two nights of camping. This years Myca a one last fling a will be August 17 19, featuring a full Day at Valley fair. Wednesday Well be inner tubing Down the Beautiful easy going Apple River thursday a visit to Como Park and Friday the Topper All Day at Valley fair. There is limited room for this trip so registrations or questions should be taken care of soon. Call the y at 433-1804 today named to list named to the third Quarter directors list at the Faribault area vocational technical Institute was Patrick Huinker of Austin a student in the Marine and Small engines technician program. Extended forecast extended forecasts wednesday through Friday. Minnesota Clear to partly Cloudy and and pleasant with Chance of showers and thunderstorms wednesday and wednesday night. Lows 50 to 65 highs 70 to 85 by John Cunniff a business analyst new York a the biggest guessing game in economic circles today is what the consumer will be doing in the marketplace Over the next few months. Nobody really can say with certainty. No economist can admit that to be the Case. After painfully hacking one s Way through tangled acres of analyses and great silos of statistics about the Only possible conclusion that can be reached is that yes it is just a guessing game. And yet the guesses must be made because the expansion s continuation depends on consumer buying attitudes. Food clothing automobile furniture tornadoes dip into Midwest the nations weather by the associated press a dozen Tornado were reported overnight in South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas. No injuries were reported. Heavy Rains prompted flood watches in parts of North Dakota and Kentucky. Isolated showers and thunderstorms occurred Over Arizona and new Mexico along the Gulf coast in Southern Illinois and in the Middle Atlantic coast states. Clear skies and Cool temperatures prevailed across the Western and northeastern parts of the nation but the Southeast continued warm and humid. Thunderstorms were predicted today from North Dakota across the Mississippi and Ohio valleys and the lower great lakes to the South and Central appalachians. Scattered showers and thundershowers were expected Over the South and Atlantic coastal states in South Texas and Over the South and Central Plains. Early morning temperatures ranged from 93 degrees in Needles Calif to 43 degrees in Lewistown Mont. Here Are some Early morning temperatures and conditions from around the nation Eastern . Atlanta 74, Clear Boston 65, Clear Chicago 76, partly Cloudy Cincinnati 70, foggy Detroit 62, Clear Indianapolis 73, hazy Louisville 71, Cloudy Miami 82, Clear Nashville 76, Clear new Orleans 75, partly Cloudy new York 64, Clear Philadelphia 66, Cloudy Pittsburgh 67, Cloudy Washington 77, Cloudy. Spanish will devalue peseta Madrid Spain a the Bank of Spain suspended Dollar peseta trading today amid reports the government was preparing to devalue the peseta. The peseta closed saturday at 69 99 to the Dollar. Banking sources said a to to 15 per cent devaluation was Likely. Government spokesmen refused to comment As Premier Adolfo Suarez met with his new Cabinet. R private Banks said they were told a there is no Market until after the government announced its new economic program. Production schedules demand such information. The conventional View is that consumer buying has done its Job of getting the Economy moving Forward and that now it must take a rest while business spends to expand its Plant and equipment. Business investment has been slow to pick up however causing every analyst in America to return to the statistics in Hopes that some additional source of Energy can be found in the consumer area. Some Are finding it some Arentt. Citibank second largest commercial Bank in the nation a sees no reason Why consumer markets should not continue to Advance throughout the remain smuggler Cooper having Good time Minneapolis of convicted smuggler William Cooper who fled before being sentenced in Minnesota last May called a Minneapolis Tribune reporter saturday to brag of a flying on the Beach having a Good the Tribune reported in a copyrighted Story that Cooper claimed to have fled from Justice May 26 because the government had reneged on a Promise to delay sentencing until this fall. At the time Cooper was awaiting sentence in Minneapolis for Bank robbery marijuana smuggling and currency and firearms convictions. Cooper told the Tribune that he was out of the country but say where. W in Ess assists in Kidnap halt Minneapolis a an Alert witness helped Minneapolis police thwart a kidnapping attempt sunday just 50 minutes after the apparent victim was abducted. Police said Leon Kirby 30, was taken from his Home Early sunday morning by two men who allegedly threatened to kill him if he did no to give them Money As they drove off a witness took Down the cards License number and notified police. Officers said they stopped the car about eight blocks away from the place of abduction and arrested two armed men aged 36 and 23. Kirby was released unharmed. Der of 1977,�?� according to its publication a economic Chase the third largest sees a a slowdown coming in consumer its publication a International finance a for corporate customers and correspondent Banks gives this analysis a it is not Likely that the consumer share of Gross National product rather High at about 65 per cent will Rise further and probable that it will begin to drop Back. That is consumer spending in the next year or two will Rise at most about As fast As total most attempts to dope out what the consumer will do focus on the rate of savings which fell to a very Low level of 4.8 per cent of income in the first Quarter of 1977, compared to a More Normal 6.5 to 7 per cent. Those who foresee a slowdown in consumer spending Are inclined to base at least part of their argument on the Assumption that a return to a More typical savings pattern is almost inevitable. Others Are less certain. Goldman Sachs the securities firm even wonders if a new pattern of less saving might be developing because of a shift in population a toward the relatively Young and old who tend to be Dis severs and the increasing role of social insurance programs which reduces the need for some personal Sav the level of consumer debt is also a focus of analyses. As Citibank puts it a Consumers have been on a borrowing spree since january a with the volume of credit extended breaking records in several months of 1977. Barnard to quit Detroit a South african heart surgeon dr., Christiaan Barnard will retire in a year or two because his hands Are severely crippled by arthritis according to the Detroit news. In Woods Duluth Minn. A West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt enjoyed a Day at a Lake in the Wisconsin Woods and was surprised at the room for population expansion says his Host Philip Hanft. Joint mortgage insurance or Amati to pm pit in far pm pacy at a Mudi lint. Kamw Wmk Mutt Ami Yelm Rwy hmm my pm 4si-4sm s069j� la to monday july la 177 Butcher hogs 300-230 46 00 packing sows 270-300 38.50 Al butchers weighing Over 300 lbs Are priced the same As sows in the same weight classification. Mid Day Market Minneapolis a Minneapolis Grain Exchange prices at 11 40 . Monday september com futures 2.19%, Down 4% Cash com 2.024 August soybeans 6.12, Down 19, Cash soybeans 6.09. Spring wheat 2.40va, Down 2 Winter wheat 2.40l/4, Down 2 Oats i.i8v4, Down 4v4. Cash Grain Chicago a wheat no 2 hard red Winter 2.30n monday no 2 soft red 2.26n. Com no 2 yellow 2.13v4n Hopper 2.08v4n Box. Oats no 2 heavy 1.30n. Soybeans no i yellow 6.11n. No 2 yellow com Friday was quoted at 2.164 n Hopper 2.12%n Box. Livestock sep South St. Paul Minn. Apuada Cattie and calves 3,600 monday Slaughter steers and heifers steady cows slow steady to weak Early bulls steady Choice 2-4 1000-1300 la Slaughter steers 39.50-40.50 Good and Choice 2-3 950-1300 lbs 3b.00-39.50 Good 38.00-39.00 Choice 2-3 1200-1600 la holsteins 36.00-38.00 Good and Choice 1100-1600 lbs 35.00-36.00 Choice 2-4 875-1100 la Slaughter heifers 38.00-39.50 Good and Choice Soohoo lbs 36.50-38.00 Good 32.00-36.50 Utility and commercial 2-4 Slaughter cows 27.50-29.00, few 29.50 Cutter 1-3 23.50-27.50, few 2b.00 1-2 1400-2200 la Slaughter bulls 34.00-36.50, few 37.00 1100-1400 lbs 31.00-34.00 few 900-1100 lbs 28.00-31.00 dealers steady Choice and prime 125-250 lbs 48.00-55.00, few 60.00-61.00 Choice 90-150 lbs 35.00-48.00 Good 25.00-35.00 Good 150-300 la Slaughter calves 30.00-45.00. Hogs 5,500 Barrows and gilts slow 50-1.00 lower 1-3 200-250 lbs largely 47.50, few 48.00 2-3 250-260 lbs <47.00-47.50 260-280 lbs 46.00-47.00 2-4 280-300 lbs 45.00-46.00 3-4 310-350 lbs 42.00-44.50 sows 50 lower 1-3 300-650 lbs 38.50-39.00, few 39.50 boars 29.00-30.00 200-300 lbs 32.00-36.00. Sheep 400 All classes steady Choice and prime 100-120 la Spring Slaughter lambs 52.00-54.00 90-100 lbs ,50.00-52.00 cull to Choice Slaughter ewes 5.00-12.00 Choice and fancy 60-80 la Spring feeder lambs 44.00-45.00 some 50-60 lbs 45.00-48.00. Stocks am Allied Allisch Alcoa a Ess Cyan Ammor at amp to Archon army so a cock Brunsk Balnor Camps cat per Chrysler its re wed Comsat coned Congro con Oil Cut lat Dart and Deere Dowum Dupont East Kod Esmark Exxon Fireston Ford mtr Genel Gen food Gene Gentr Gentel Gillette Goodrich Goody Grey and Gulf Oil Homes to Honey we inst i ism into hrs 19% in Pap 49vi ans amp i 29 i j of tens 52 % Fencott 36% Kraft 27 Mcdonld 4 Merck 62% Mem 16% Minnil 21% Mobil 16% a chm 13% no Stew 49% Nair 37 a Banc 56v4 Penney 16% Pepsi 61 Phil Padg 31 Phillips 33% Polaroid 24% Ria 36% Repsel 34 Reyland 20% Rockwel 37% safety 27% Saint 31 i Schryl 113% Sears 59 Shell Oil 31v4 Singer 53 Supac 19v4 strand 45% St brands 55% stoical 33% still and 29 telex 68 Texaco 32% Texas in 28% unc arb 25% until 20% unpack 14% Ussel 28 a Nail 39% we gel 53% Wey Rosr 39% Winnix 258% Alworth 33 v4 Xerox 491/4 00 of 29% 49v4 25% 54% 48% 22% 68% 66% 29% 24% 24% 33% 23% 30 31% 30 is 30% 27% 67 32% 48 41% 36% 57% 36% 23% 38 35% 26% 42% 54 2% 294 89% 48% 55% 55% 39% 8% 214 33% 41% 22% 47% state. >0 Rio Sears bldg. 433-8329 Donovan Johnson other stocks la . Prices new Bank 24% 1st Bank system 36%-37% Weyerhaeuser 32% Hormel 28% Sears 57% compliments of Edward d. Jones co. Tax off Otred i 71/2% principal guarantied stocks Bonds motto foods tax exempt Parky Morquardt securities inc. Home Federal announces the a Ladylike Home loan Quot for the woman of responsibility Home Federal savings amp loan is a Good place to do business if you Are a single divorced or widowed woman. Time was when it was Tough for a woman to make her own financial arrangements without some assistance from dad Hubby or brother. But Home Federal believes those Days Are gone forever. Allow us to counsel you before making important financial decisions such As Home buying. There s never a charge or obligation and you la enjoy our prompt service. I Clasen Jordan mortuary 209 second Avenue new. 433-5727 Quot since 1916&Quot read classifieds in a. Tom Hoh to l to l funeral costs vary consult us a Beautiful tribute need not be expensive a $ or equal housing a ii \ l�1&Quot \ in a v new la Mew went Nom y 1 qualified ii ten featured service 0rf. Fem w0rlein 606 lit drive new. 433-s000 Home Federal savings a a amp and loan association Austin a la Crescent a Rochester a Spring Valley Winona 201 w. Oakland Austin

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