The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 2, 1961 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, October 2, 1961
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10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 2, 1961 PUFFING CHAMPS — Mr. and Mrs. George Woodman, Washington, D.C., puffed their way to national man-and-wife championship in U.S. pipe smoking tournament at Richmond, Va. They kept their pipes lit longer than any other team—almost an hour. Probe Clears Salina Officials TOPEKA (AP) - Atty. Gen. William Ferguson said today an investigation has cleared the board of commissioners and the police department of Salina of any wrongdoing. The inquiry was conducted by the Kansas Bureau of Investiga tion under Ferguson's direction and at the request of the Salina Board of Commissioners. Two commissioners voiced dis satisfaction with operation of th police department. Nothing was found, the attornej general said, to warrant ouster o even local disciplinary action. Hal Boyle Average Person Consumes 50 Tons Of Food In Life NEW YORK (AP)-Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: How much food does the average American consume in his life- ime? About 100,000 pounds—or 50 :ons. Memo to JFK: President George Washington's first federal budget was written on a single sheet of paper. We sometimes feel the price of everything is constantly going up, but there are some exceptions. Example: The first bicycle built in this country weighed 70 pounds and cost $313. Geography lesson: Everyone knows Paris is the world's largest French-speaking city, but can you name the second largest? It is Montreal, Canada. Color peps up the human appe tile, and it also influences the appetites of some insects, too. Researchers have found that horse flies prefer red to white cattle, while ordinary stable flies, given a Congo Refugee Camp Crowded ELISABETHVILLE, Katanga (AP)—Hundreds of refugees carrying household possessions poured into the already overcrowded U.N. refugee camp here Sunday after an outbreak of tribal fighting in Elisabethville's African quarter. The U.N. camp now houses more than 30,000 African refugees who have left their homes in Elisabethville through fear of intertribal troubles. choice of menu, settle on black cattle. The nation's biggest single user of pencils is the New York Stock Exchange. It buys more than a million yearly. Burden in the bottle: Absenteeism as a result of alcoholism costs U.S. industry a billion dollars annually. The average alcoholic misses 23 work days a year. Our quotable notables: "You never know what you can do without until you try."—Franklin Pierce Adams. Authors don't always know what they are talking about. Jean- Jacques Rousseau, French philosopher, achieved fame with "Emile," a guide on the proper education of children". Yet when each of his own five children arrived, he promptly sent it to a foundling home! Old remedies: U.S. frontiersmen once treated earache by sprinkling drops of genuine skunk oil into the sore ear. The real problem: First you had to catch the skunk. Executive signs: On the desk of Irwin H. Kramer, hotel president here: "To make dreams come true, stay wide awake!" It isn't s aign you are neurotic if you demand a quiet atmosphere in which to work. Psychologists have found neurotics usually work better amid noise. The sound distracts them from their own mental and emotional conflicts. Definitions that stick in the mind: "Library—a do-it-yourself university." Clever feruins: Bears don't smoke cigarettes, but they do carry their own natural filters. They often strain foreign objects out of water by drinking it through the hair on their paws. Wisecrack of the week: "Football is played only during months containing 'rah!!' "—Arnold Glasow. History lesson: Alf Landon carried only two states in 1936, but the most badly defeated major party presidential candidate in U.S. history was John Quincy Adams. In 1820 he got only one electoral vote, losing to James Monroe 231-to-l. Small consolations in a worrisome world: Man seems to hate himself more than he does his brother. Despite the widespread increase in violent crimes, statistics show twice as many people commit suicide as are murdered. Help for housewives: The U.S. Department of Agriculture Is dt- veloping a • new means of dehydrating vegetables so they can b« made ready for the table after simmering in hot water for only five minutes. We already have instant coffee; instant meals are on the way. It was Finley Peter Dunne who observed, "The past always looks better than it was; it's only pleasant because it isn't here." SPOT ADS Are Well Read. You Are Reading One Now! 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Shop and Save On MANY MORE /' SALE SPECIALS IN OUR STORE BOOK MATCHES 50 packs of sure strikes. FLASHLIGHT HOSIERY 847 S. Main BRISCOE DRUG STORE „,«.„

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