The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 5, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Science At Work Hunk Of Cheese May Be Gritty By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS What the surface of the moon is made of, speedy flashes from your nerves and the importance of children's stories are subjects for science at work: THE LUNAR BEACH The moon may be covered by a very thin layer of something like sand, say radio astronomers Cyclones To Meet Rosejdale x Ottawa High Coach Harold Wallace will send his Cyclones against Rosedale tomorrow night, still looking for a first victory for the season. The game will l>e on Cook Field at Ottawa University, with the kickoff time 7:30. Rosedale is a newcomer on i n er ve communications work with the Cyclones' schedule. Ottawa j remarkable efficiency. While each so far has lost to Olathe, 0-37,1 nerve fiber can report only a sim- i 1 j * i i ji from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. In fact radio signals picked up from the moon indicate the satellite has several distinct layers of different materials. The first sand-like layer may be only about a fifth of an inch deep on the average. Below this may tie an inch or so of another material which has high electrical conductivity. Beneath this there is apparently an indefinitely deep layer of rock or rock-like material. FLASH Your nerves shoot electrical signals through your body at speeds up to 200 miles a second. Yet nerve fiber itself is 100 mil lion times more resistant to electricity than similar copper wire. And the insulation around nerve fibers is a million times leakier than the sheathing of electrical cable, says Bernhard Katz, Lon don biophysicist in "Scientific American." In spite of all this, the body's and to Turner, C-12. Coach Wallace has put the Cyclones through defensive drills this week, particularly emphasizing pass defense. pie electrical code, there are a great many of these channels to carry messages to the brain. In the trunk of the optic nerve from the eye, for example, more than Mrs. Lockwood Rites Friday COUNCIL GROVE, Kas. (AP)Funeral services will be held at Council Grove Friday for Miss Mary Eleanor Lockwood, former dean of women and professor of romance languages at the College of Emporia. Miss Lockwood died Monday at the Halstead hospital. Burial will be at Baldwin. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 5, 1961 James Thurber On Critical List NEW YORK (AP) - Doctors Hospital reported humorist James Thurber in critical condition today foliowing an operation. The hospital staff would not comment, on a report that the 66- year-old writer underwent emergency brain surgery Wednesday night. Neither would the staff reveal the nature of his illness. WOUNDED TROOPER RECUPERATES - Highway patrolman Price Laub, wounded in a gunttght on (ho Kansas Turnpike Aug. 25, goes over a lesson with his son Dunne, 10, at the front porch of their home at Bonner Springs where Laub is recuperating. Laub says he is ready to reliirn (o work, but more X-rays must be taken Friday at Lawrence and he is still under care of a physician. He shot and killed Donald Lee Jackson, 29. when Jackson drew a gun on him xvliiln being searched. Jacks;>n was being sought for robbery o[ a South Carolina store. MOST wanted ... Quality is why! He also has made some shifts \ a million channels carry sight in his starting lineup. Mickey j sensations lo the brain. Reed, who gained a lot of ground TELL ME A STORY against Turner from a halfback' A s j mp i c bedtime-type white blouses. Any girl in school may become a member of this organization. post, will be in the fullback spot against Turner. Mike Shepard shifts from fullback to halfback. Also, Alan Rybolt will story can influence a child's behavior, More new building is getting underway in the Pomona area.! ., . ., , ,,. ,. Albert Swallow is framing in a: say Uiuvenrfy of Michigan WJ- houge in the countrv for ^ and . choloi?lsls move i When they told aggressive four- and five-year olds about a lonely little dog and his search for from guard to a tackle post, and Charles Minckley will move from tackle to guard. Rosedale so far has been beat-land the loneliness it communicat- en by two strong teams, Raytown,! ed apparently lowered or con- Mo., and Ward. The Rosedale j trolled the aggressive behavior. Mrs. Garence Jones. The foot- j ings have been poured for a new home for the Dwight Lanult'v.s. have three bedrooms, family room, l ! /2 bath.i, living, and dining rooms and kitchen. Crushed Stone Govt. Lime Spread Washed Kaw Sand FOGLE QUARRY _ . , , , ,,... . , -,1 friends, ey found that the story { ^ latest addltlon m town wl11 • CH 2-4864 - CH 2-1782 team tied Bonner Springs, 6-6. Senators Get Jim Piersall The story appeared to have aroused the affiliation needs of the children. Prof. Jesse E. Gordon said he hopes to study violence, sex, religion and other story themes on radio and television and their effect on children. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The Cleveland Indians traded Jimmy. Pier- sail, their fiery center fielder, to the Washington Senators today for Dick Donovan, veteran pitcher, and three other players. In addition to Donovan, the Indians will get outfielder-catcher Gene Green, utility Infielder Jim Mahoney and a third player to be delivered by Jan. 1. No cash was involved. Pittsburg 7th In PoU NEW YORK (AP) - The Javelins of Texas A&I didn't draw a first-place vote, but managed enough other placings to gain the No. 1 rating today in the first 1961 Associated Press small college football poll. Texas A&I, which racked up its second straight victory in an impressive 27-13 verdict over Trinity (Tex.) University last weekend, piled up 35 points on the basis of 10 points for first place, 9 for second, etc. Hillsdale College of Michigan (2-0) and Southeast Louisiana (3-0) each drew one first-place vote, and compiled 27. and 23 points for second and third, respectively. Hillsdale was idle last week, but previously had beaten St. Joseph's of Indiana and St. Benedict's Southeast Louisiana's third victory was a 39-0 shutout of Corpus Christi last week. The top 10 (first place votes in parentheses): 1. Texas A&I 35 2. Hillsdale (1) 27 3. Southeast La. (1) 23 4. Southern Illinois 19 5. Humboldt State 17 6. Miss. Southern la 7. Pittsburg, Kan. 14 8. Northern Mich. 12 9. Lehigh (1) 11 10. (tie) Newberry (1) Southern U. (1) 10 Top Trotters In Futurity LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)-Eight of the nation's top 3-year-old trotters are entered for Friday's $59,330 Kentucky Futurity, the third jewel in trotting's triple crown. Harlan Dean, winer of the Hambletonian, is not eligible. Duke Rodney, one of four co- favorites, has one jewel under his belt for his victoiy in the Yonkers Futurity, but lu's break of stride in two heats of the rich Hambletonian has insured against a sweep. Pomona News To Discuss TB Tests At PTA Meet By MARY HUDELSON Everyone in the community is invited to attend the P.T.A. meeting at the grade school on Monday, Oct. 9, at 8 p.m., to see the film on the tuberculin testing program. Rosalie Osburn, County health department, will tell about the skin test wlu'ch will be made available to all school children here on Oct. 23. Pomona will be used as a center for Greenwood, Michigan Valley, Appanoose and Centropolis besides Pomona grade and high. Parents are invited to bring pre-school children. Adults also may take the test. The exact time schedule for the program will be given at a later date. This testing program is being sponsored locally by the Tuberculosis Association in cooperation with schools, the medical society, and health department. Mrs. W. H. Douglas, a former district director for P.T.A., will be a speaker on the meaning of P.T.A. and what it can do for the school and community. This is to help launch the membership drive. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley returned Sunday night from a visit with their daughter, Margie, in Houston, Tex. Margie had believed her car and possessions were lost when the tornado flattened the storage place where she had left it. When she went with her claim check, she found that the attendant had moved her car across the street to another building because of crowded conditions. So instead of losing all, everything came through without a scratch. There was about 16 feet of water on the first floor of the apartment building where she u'ved. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sellens made a trip over the weekend to Plattsmouth, Neb., to visit Mr. Sellen's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wards. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fawl, Brad and Jim came last Saturday to visit at the E. J. 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