The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 6, 1961 · Page 3
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Missouri Favored Over Bears COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri Tigers, off to a surprisingly strong start, will clash with the air-minded California Bears in an intersectional football game expected to draw 40,000 here Saturday. Coach Dan Devine's Tigers, a remnant of the Orange Bowl champions, have been installed a two touchdown favorite over twice beaten California. The return to duty of Randy Gold, 197 pound junior quarterback who passed for 696 yards last season, is expected to add potency to the California attack. Gold missed play in Cal's losses to Texas and Iowa. The invaders also have outstanding men in George Piero- vich, 215, fullback; Andy Segale, 215, center turned tackle, and Roger ShulL 210, linebacker. The Tigers may have to get along without first string right half Bill Tobin, « place kicking specialist who scored the only touchdown in Missouri's 6-0 victory over Minnesota last Saturday. Tobin was hurt in that game. Missouri again is expected to call on its passing game featuring Ron Taylor, but could resort to the wide sweeps that netted them 9 victories—10 counting a forfeit by Kansas—last season. Coach Marv Levy says his Bears shouldn't be gun-shy despite a 28-3 loss to Texas and 28-7 setback by Iowa. He reasons his team gained valuable experience againt those national powers. Sunday School Lesson More Than Duty By ROY L. SMITH The Uniform Sunday School lesson for October 8: "HOW CHRISTIANS GROW." Mathew It is one of the misfortunes of 11:28-30; Luke 9:51-56; 1 Corinthians 3:14; Philippians 3:4-17. this generation that, in the opinion of vast numbers of irreligious people, religion is a burdensome duty." It is a common thing, for example, to hear young people say, "I want to be free for a while and enjoy life," as though to be a religious person meant that life was limited and constrained. And it must be confessed, no small part of this opinion results from '.he fact that the Church has talked about "s u r r e n- der", "self- SMITH Steers Get Tormohlen KANSAS CITY (AP)-The Kansas City Steers of the new American Basketball League today announced acquisition of big Gene Tormohlen from the Cleveland Pipers in exchange for their second round draft choice next season and an undisclosed sum of money. Tormohlen, a « foot 9 inch 232 pound post man, played two seasons with the national champion AAU Cleveland team following graduation in 1959 from Tennessee. Coach Jack McMahon said the Steers needd an experienced big man and that Tormohlen should fill the bill. denial," and "giving up sin." The mental attitudes represented by these words are to be commended, but the words themselves sound as if religion were demanding that life be reduced to cheerlessness, grimness, and a certain stern morality that left no room for joy. Actually, good religion represents the possession of inner power. The genuinely religious man does not think of his religious reponsibilities as difficult duties to be performed as quickly as possible, in order that they may be done with. Instead he thinks of them as gateways through which he may go in search of power for living. "I knew from the start that he would become a great player," as possible. Instead, it was • game that continued to beckon him every hour of the day. It had put something into him; it had contributed a thrill to his life; he played for the fun of it. A religion that does not put something into us — that does not produce an inner power—is poor religion, no matter how faithful we may be in performing our religious duties. There was an old Gospel song of 50 years ago that expressed the idea: "Oh the Children of the Lord Have a right to shout and sing.' The religion that does not produce this sense of joy within the soul of the believer is a poor substitute for the real thing. Who has a better right to be happy than that man who is sure of the good will of God who is confident that God is his ally, and who lives without fear of the judgments of God? It can almost be said that our spiritual growth can be meas ured by the increase in our joy in living. Frank Beard, the great car toonist of 50 or more years ago once pictured a grim old man and his wife, together with their son and his wife, with bowed heads, returning thanks over their dinner. And the prayer of thanksgiving was revealing: "Lord, bless me and my wife, My son John and his wife, Us four and No more. Amen." Christian growth does not consist of the power that flows into Court Case To Test School Act HILL CITY, Kan. (AP) - The constitutionality of the 1961 Kansas school district unification act was the target of a case opening in the Graham County District Court in Hiil City today. Defendants in the case are Adell F. Tlu-ockmorton, state superintendent of public instruction, and the state Committee on School Unification. District Judge C. E. Birney heard the arguments on the suit which ment. seeks a declaratory judg- Attorneys representing 10 school districts in Russell, Brooks, Ellis and Graham counties filed the suit Wednesday. William Ferguson, Kansas Attorney general, said Judge Birney has indicated he will have a decision ready early next week. Ferguson said ho hoped to have the Supreme Court "advance on the docket and huve a determination within a month." An attorney for the plaintiffs, Bernard J. Brungardt of Hays, said the decision of District Judge Warren T. Peters at Ness City Monday declaring the new school unification law unconstitutional relative to districts in New County would have no bearing on the case n Hill City. Salina Police Find Marijuana SALINA, Kas. (AP) - Police raided the home of a Negro couple Thursday afternon in north Salina and confiscated a large amount of marijuana. Arrested on suspicion of illegal possession and sale of the na- cotic were Lewis Vernon Ransom, 36, and his wife, Lauha Louise, 28. Police said they believe Ransom and his wife were peddlers of the weed. No charges have been filed. Found in the home were three quart jars, two pint jars and one plastic container filled with pure marijuana, police said. They estimated the value of the drug at $2,000. Also taken into custody were six other persons who were believed to have purchased marijuana from the Ransoms. Among the six were airmen from Schilling Air Force Base. eyed Yvonne Elliott was found •re down in the field near htr, home by her father, Edward, 27, Wednesday night. She had bicycled to a neighborhood store to »et a package of cigarettes for icr father. The boy was charged with de- inquency and held in the Du Page County jail in Wheaton. William Bauer, Du Page County states attorney, .said Schloneger will be charged with murder at a court arraignment Monday. said the coach, concerning star quarterback, "because his he loved the game so much that he even enjoyed the gruelling hours of practice." Football, for that boy, was not a duty to be done with as soon CH 2-3700 RCA VICTOR DEALER for TV and RADIO All Makes REPAIRED F. C. Wise, Serviceman Let Us Show You that Good Service Makes the Difference No Surprise To Piersall NEW YORK (AP) - Jimmy Piersall, not at all surprised by his trade, will play center field for the Washington Senators next season—with pleasure. "I wasn't at all surprised by the trade," said Piersall after it was announced just before the second World Series game that he had been sent to Washington by the Cleveland Indians in exchange for pitcher Dick Donovan, outfielder-catcher Gene Green, utility infieMer Jim Mahoney and a fourth player to be named later. "The first thing my wife said when she heard of it was that she was happy," the 32-year-old Piersall said in Boston. "If she's happy, then I'm happy." our lives, but the power that flows through our lives. The matured Christian is not a cistern, but a flowing stream- not an accumulation of virtues but an outgoing of mercy, sympathy, kindliness, and forgiveness. Our maturity can be measured by our spirit of concern. Jesus was not trying to say something clever when he advised his disciples not to be anxious (or worried) about tomor row). Instead, he was appealing to their faith—urging them to trust God with the issues of life. He never promised anyone an easy time of it; but he did promise sufficient power to enable us to meet the worst without worrying about the outcome. York, Latham In Russell Jail RUSSELL, Kan. (AP) — James Latham and George York, teenagers who are accused of killing seven persons in a cross-country murder spree, Thursday were returned to the Russell County jail Thurday. Latham, 19, and York, 18, had been held in the state reformatory • THE OTTAWA HERALD j Friday, October I Uftl in Hutchinson since June 16 when' it was decided the Wallace County jail in Sharon Springs was too insecure. The youths are charged with the murder of Otto E. Ziegler of Oakley, a retired roadmaster. The case was transferred to Russell on a change of venue. It is scheduled to start Oct. 23. Lineman Dies Of Injuries CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) college football player died Thursday, 10 days after he received internal injuries while making a tackle during practice. William Foster, 20, third-strinc; guard for Johnson C. Smith University here, was kicked in the somach Sept. 20. A surgeon who performed an exploratory operation Wednesday, said the player died of a stoppage in the small intestine. Foster was a native of Indianola, Pa. He was the second college player to die this week from football injuries. John Zola, 20, a Lebanon Valley College player, died Monday from injuries he received during a game last Saturday with Drexel Tech. 13-Year-Old Admits Slaying WHEATON, 111. (AP)-A teen age boy admitted Thursday night police said, he enticed a 7-year- old neighbor girl into a weedy field, raped her and drowned her in a rainwater pond. Police said Steven Schloneger, 13, a tall seventh grader, toV them: "I just did it for a thrill. I heard you could get a thrill from it." The nude body of blonde, blue- A TRIBUTE SELF SERVICE DEPT. Small Boys' SHOES Two Pairs 5 00 PAINE'S BOOTERY Jgglf"' •o»«-Hi« WANT ADS Call CH 2-4700 TO OUR TOWN! Sometimes there are "acres of diamonds" on our very doorstep. That is how we feel about OUR TOWN. Wonderful people. Fine stores and services. Grand organizations and clubs—for men, women and children. Healthy, happy, secure youngsters going to good schools. Yes, we have everything in OUR TOWN for which to give thanks. This marks the beginning of A Tribute to Our Town, and for what it stands. We hope you will single these out ... joining with us in paying tribute and respect to a fine, typically American community . . . OUR TOWN! This Tribute is to All the "OUR TOWNS" in This Area. JOE Towner S Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — RENA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 WE SALUTE OUR TOWN Lu Ann To Wed ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP)-Sing er Lu Ann Simms is going to remarry. Miss Simms, 30, took out a! marriage license Thursday with j Casper Stolt, 32, a Rochester liq- our salesman. The couple will be married in New York on Oct. 15 and then move to Los Angeles, she said. Miss Simms, who gained fame on the Arthur Godfrey show, had been running the music publishing business of her first husband, Loring Buzzell, since his death in 1959. The couple had two children. NUZMAN LUMBER NICER THAN EVEP in new . •. •. MT. «t*. nm tmtrnn ... styled with imagination to make the most of Nylon Velvst'a soft, brilliant beauty (kept first- wearing smart by just brushing) ... quality-crafted for traditional Lazy-Bones fit, wear and value. 595 to 895 According lo Sin PAINE'S Bootery IDEAS FOR NEW HOMES & HOME IMPROVEMENTS Gel Your Home Ready For Winter * STORM DOORS * STORM WINDOWS * PAINT * INSULATION * HARDWOOD FLOORING * FLOOR TILE * ASPHALT ROOFING Let us show you today how to be an "Eager Beaver" by making those needed Repairs or Remodeling now BEFORE WINTER COMES. Get your home ready and right for winter! NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st Ph. CH 2-1572

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