The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 4, 1961 · Page 7
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Sees Many Changes- In Furniture 4 By JOY MILLER NEW YORK (AP)-Getting to like plastic chairs that look tubular, tortured or like diseased mushrooms? Then stick around. The next decade or two are for you. John Van Koert, one of the country's eminent designers, predicts new shapes, forms'and functions in furniture in the next 10 to 15 years, dictated by kinds of material available. Fine woods are disappearing, he points out, and in a few years furniture will be made of plastics or metal, with wood used only for decorative purposes. "The whole domestic architecture will 1x2 different," says Van Koerl. "Rooms will not be bedrooms, dining rooms and so forth, as we know them. People will live all over a house, which will be subdivided according to needs. There will be no dead areas. Everything will be more convertible. More folding furniture will be used, and sliding screens. Beds will fold away. Most things can be put away right after you've finished using them." Van Koert expects the new furniture to be loss expensive. "We're going to having an economic breakthrough in furniture when the industry gets really industrialized. As in terms of the metals industry, for example, the furniture industry isn't industrialized. It still has hand work. I like hand work, but it's expensive and in this case it's not expression of individual artistry but merely that there's no machine to do the work." Ike Library Is Completed ABILENE, Kan. (AP) - Construction of the $3 million Eisenhower presidential library is completed and installation of furnishings and equipment is beginning. The general contractor, Dod- linger & Son Construction Co. of Wichita, is in the process of turning the building over to the state through the Eisenhower Library Commission. Later the state will turn it over to the federal government for operation and maintenance. The dedication is set for May 1. Robert Bolton, acting library director, said the library may not CHILDREN of Mr. and Mrs. David Griffin, 714 E. 8th, arc David Kent, 7 (top), Richard, 15 months, and Wanda 5. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smithey, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Griffin, Pomona. literally "be in business" at dedication time. Five persons are working through 2,000 cartons and files, sorting and classifying papers of President Dwight Eisenhower's administration. Bolton said there is more material to come. The library is across the street from the Eisenhower Museum on a 13-acre site adjoining Eisenhower's boyhood home. Crop Failure In Kazakhstan MOSCOW (AP)—The Soviet Union has disclosed a virtual crop failure in Kazakhstan and the virgin lands. This may have a considerable effect upon both domestic and international policies. Pravda reports that delegates to a Communist party meeting in the central Asian republic "spoke with great uneasiness about the fact that this year Kazakhstan cannot give the state much grain." JFK Signs Bill, With Reluctance WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy has signed into 1 a w "with extreme reluctance" a bill containing the remains of his aid to education program. The measure: (1) extends for two years the program of aid for school districts crowded with children of federal personnel and (2) continues for two years the National Defense Education Act. The former, known as the impacted areas program, carries about $300 million a year in U.S. grants. The Defense Education Act, which provides loans to college students and aids to teaching of science, mathematics and foreign languages, has been costing about ?250 million a year. It was all Congress granted the President of the ambitious federal aid to education program he proposed this year. CONDENSED OFFICIAL STATEMENT of The Kansas State Bank OTTAWA, KANSAS At the close of business of September 27th, 1961 RESOURCES Cash & Sight Exchange .. .$ 529,815.97 U.S. & Municipal Bonds ..$1,206,949.15 $1,736,765.12 Loans & Discounts 747,571.18 Bank Building Furniture & Fixtures .. 13,750.00 9,250.00 LIABILITIES Capital ....$ 50,000.00 Surplus 60,000.00 Undivided Profits .. 99,382.72 Deposits 2,297,953.58 $2,507,336.30 $2,507,336.30 The above Statement is correct Ed Hosier, Vice-President & Cashier OFFICERS R. S. Hill, President Ed Hosier, Vice-President and Cashier Mamie Sands, Assistant Cashier Howard Deputy, Assistant Cashier Glen Hayward, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS R. S. Hill Ed Hosier F. R. Bennett F. H. Parks William B. Bennett Ben C. Kiefer George Vincent C. L. Kapp Glen Hayward G. M. Ross Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Pomona News Bean Feed Attracts 600 By MARY HUDELSON A large crowd jammed the street in Pomona Friday evening when the center of town was roped off for the Lions Club bean supper and carnival. Gerald Lindsey and James Hogue, who had charge of the bean pots, reported serving about 600 persons. Activity was lively at all the eats and fun stands. Expenses and reciepts will have to be tallied before the club will know the results, but from all indications the event was a huge success. The school band appeared in full dress uniforms for its program. Numbers were played under the direction of the new band leader. Mrs. Louise Welborn. When it makes its first appearance this season as a marching band at the football game with Quenemo on Oct. 13, the band will perform for the first time svith a drum majorette, Elaine Swallow, and twHer, Susan Crawford. Elaine has had one year of experience while a student at Quenemo. Mike Warhurst is drum major. Mrs. Pansy Bowman entertained at a family dinner on Sunday in honor of Mrs. Lynn Bryan who is visiting here from Peyton, Colo. Other out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Scheid, Ronnie, Glen, Keith, Dale and Bob, Vassar; Mrs. Audrey Priebe, Jo Ann and Jim, and Mrs. Minnie Priebe, Vassar, and Mr. John E. Landsey, Kansas City, Mo. Coming from Pomona were Mr, and Mrs. James Lindsey, Janet and Barbara Jo; Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bowman and K. R., John and Rick. A social time followed the regular meeting of M. Y. F. Sunday evening. Plans were made for the study lessons for October. For refreshments, the girls make and bring cookies, and the boys furnish the pop. The P.T.A. officers, committee chairmen and room mothers met at the grade school on Friday afternoon for a planning session and to explain the work of each to the new members. Room mothers were told of their duties for the year. The next regular meeting of the P.T.A. will be on Mon- THE OTTAWA HE.RALD 7 Wednesday, October 4, 1961 ' Sees Possibility Mars Is Inhabited By VERN HAUGLAND WASHINGTON (AP) — A research chemist said today the canals of Mars are so like a manmade rail network and so unlike ordinary geological cracks they raise the possibility the planet may be inhabited. The chemist, Wells Alan Webb of Berkeley, Calif., said that because the canals raise the possibility of a prior civilization, any attempt to send manned expedi- tios to Mars should be preceded by unmanned probes that could day, Oct. 9. Plans were started for a penny supper for Oct. 24. Dr. and Mrs. Alvin Melcher and children completed their visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lawrence and left by plane Sat- urdav for their home at Wynnewood, Pa. Members of the Assembly of God church canvassed the town on Sunday afternoon to find out the church affiliations and whether people regularly attended any church. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hughes have returned from their vacation trip which took them to Carlsbad Caverns, 250 miles into Mexico to Chichuachua, returning v i a New Orleans for sight seeing, and on home by way of Bull Shoals, Ark. A family dinner was Sunday at the home of Mary Hudelson for the birthdays of Mrs. James Hudelson and Marty Hudelson. Out- of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith, St. Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Herold, Merriam. CALL ^MUL 0 _ ttites ^** CH 2-3700 For WRECK REPAIRING REFINISHING Free Estimates 24 HOUR WRECKER Let Us Show You that Good Service Makes the Difference "provoke a reaction" and detect any form of intelligent life that may exist. Webb, an official of Hexcel Products Inc., said a flight near Mars would give accurate pictures of the canal netwoYks, but not enough other information. He said a second kind of probe should be adopted to give out strong signals and to monitor the radio spectrum of Mars. If signals or some other action come from Mars in response, he said, they could be relayed to earth by radio, and a study of the signals could lead to the establishment of two-way communication. An unmaned device to test surface reactions also should precede a manned landing, Weeb said. Webb said that if all nations would join to send to Mars an expedition of men and women, and to keep it regularly supplied, the colonists could establish an artificial society with the sun as the primary source of energy. People, animals and growing plants would be sustained in an oxygen-enriched atmosphere inside pressurized greenhouses, he said. Harry Says . . . Can You STOP! If you can't better see us for BONDED BRAKE SHOES, MASTER, or WHEEL CYLINDER KITS, etc. We can furnish bonded shoes exchange at no extra cost over any good lining. Small deposit on old shoes until returned. Let us hone the brake cylinders before installing kit. We feature genuine "Thermoid" brake parts and fluid. 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