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OTTAWA HERALD Page Pom Thursday, October 12, 1961 An Editorial Our Case Against v~/ Another Big Engine (Continued from Page One) In 1955 on the recommendation of Uni- down at this time. Up to the last break- versa!, Pratt purchased an Enterprise en- down, it had been out of operation 9,116 gine. No bids were taken. One of Pratt's hours since installed and the city of leading citizens informed us this ma- Waverly is asking Enterprise to honor chine has been tagged there as an "iron a claim in excess of $90,000 for expenses monument to stupidity." incurred because of the malfunction of that engine. In 1957, Universal recommended a 3,- To Your Good Health Tot Shouldn't Be Bullied engine. Ottawa actually has profited by these 500KW en S ine at Wellington. At that breakdowns. Modifications to correct time Enterprise was the only firm in the problems on the Waverly engine have field makin S a gas-diesel of this size, been made by the company on Ottawa's When a former business association between a city employe and the area representative for Enterprise was establish To quote the engineering consultant e <3, the city of Wellington backed off. It has not yet purchased any engine. This spring, Universal, still consultant ber"of"lowa'and "Minnesota" cities have for Pratt ' delivered a report advising refused to consider the Enterprise en- a £ ainst a proposed tie-up of that city gine because of the trouble Waverly was with a P rivate P ower firm - Pratt SU P' havine " posedly is in a similar position to Ottawa. It is being told by its consultants Ottawa has this one other engine. One that it must add more generating equip- of the present city commissioners in a ment. By DR. JOESPH G. MOLNER "Dear Dr. Molner: I have a boy, four and a half years old. He is big for his age and weighs 55 pounds. He is very soft-hearted and would rather give away all his toys than see some other child with none. "My husband thinks because he is so big he should be able to fight every child on the block and punishes him when he refuses to fight back. "He says I watch him t o o i closely, and should let him go j! more by himself. "I think the boy has plenty {^ of time to learn to fight and be i * out by himself. If you say I am wrong, then I will listen to my husband and let him loose. -Mrs. T.B." At four and a half he has plenty of time to learn to fight. What disturbs me most of all Dr. Mrolner I'm being ultra-cautious in this reply, but I'm a great believer in being sure about what we do ourselves before we lay the blame on others. Pinworm infection comes from one source: Almost invisible eggs which are swallowed. The eggs then hatch. Ultimately more eggs arc laid, and some are discharged, and a few are again swallowed. Untreated playmates with pinworms do leave a trail of eggs which, if innocently picked up and swallowed, start the whole ornery cycle ov er again. Untreated playmates — or adults! Be doubly sure (I say!) before you blame a neighbor. But if keeping the kids apart puts an end to the trouble, then you'll know. "You Can Stop Sinus Trouble!" is the title of my booklet explaining what sinus trouble really is, and encouraging sinus sufferers to do some thing about it. For a copy write to Dr. Molner in care of Box 158, Dundee, 111., enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 20c for Waverly, Iowa, "the firm has been able to sell just one other similar engine since the Waverly installation and a num- lli*liL UiOLUl MiJ Jilt llllfOL VJ1 «J1 — - - _.____.,,_ f f l_ J1 • is the father pushing the boy. I can't help voic- m com to covcr handlin g- letter to the Herald has indicated the city fathers want to put our money into Referring to a Universal report on a proposed private power hookup, the "base load" equipment with 30-year life former mayor of Pratt, Si Darling, said expectancy. Since the Enterprise gas- there was "a discrepancy of $800,000" diesel we now have has undergone num- between a Universal report and that erous modifications and exploded on the drawn up by an accountant who ana- line on Aug. 7, 1959, it appears we have- lyzed Universal's work. It was further stated that accounting principals used by n't done so to date. In private industry in this area, steam Universal were not those generally used generators still are the basis for produc- in the municipal field, ing electricity. They are more expensive to install, but it would seem they are more dependable . . . and this is what the So Pratt, too, has backed off. As late as last week, Universal sub- original engineering consultants recom- mitt ed specifications for a new engine at mended. Pleasant Hill, Mo. An Enterprise representative offered to negotiate the sale But what of today? What of the pres- of an engine fitting the specifications, ent plans to buy another 3,500 KW gas- Universal recommended such a proced- diesel engine? Will Ottawa buy another ure. But that city governing body backed Enterprise engine? off, too. It ordered Universal to come in We can't say. But maybe we should with a set of specifications which would look into the record of Ottawa's present allow competitive bidding, engineering consultants, Universal En- With this background in mind, we feel ing the fear that it may lead to a problem of frustration on the child's part. He is too young to be punished for not fighting back. The youngster's generosity may, of course, be a fault. True, generosity is a fine trait, but it can go too far. Keeping track of and taking care of one's possessions is a good trait, too. But it is best to keep things in reasonable balance. A gnod trait carrier! too far can be a fault. However, children of his age generally begin to fight when the situation demands it, and he should not be encouraged to fight just because he is big for his age — to take advantage of his size, if you care to put it that way. In short, I agree with you. "Dear Dr. Molner: You may think I am silly or tell me to be thankful that my little girl's legs are healthy and able to grow, but I dread what's ahead for her if she grows tall. I'm 5 feet 10 and know that a tall girl misses out on a lot of fun. Now, I've heard that a person's growth depends on the pituitary gland and, if a person receives certain shots it can control their growth. Is that so?—S.S." Yes, I do think you are silly, because the pituitary in proper functioning condition is necessary throughout life. Tinkering with normally functioning glands courts trouble. By the way, how tall is your husband? If he's of average height your daughter may be shorter than you are. Heredity is the main factor. "Dear Dr. Molner: On our street we are con- tinaully fighting pinworms because of a neighbor who will do nothing about it. Yet she feels hurt because we have told her we will not allow our children to play with hers.—Mrs. J.S." Re-infection from playmates is common — if others in your own household have been check- Television Log Jhannel 4, NBC "Channel 5-13, CBS Channel 9, ABO Friday Auld Lang Syne 25 YEARS AGO John Mclntosh, 1035 N. Oak, suffered an ey injury while striking a match. The burning head of the match struck his left eye. Joe Smith, Homewood, suffered a leg fracture i when he was caught by the belt of a power saw. i Rick's Store in Ottawa was burglarized. The loot amounted to about $2. It was taken from the cash register. 50 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Weidner drove their car to Williamsburg to attend a Sunday School con-; vention. !, ! 13-Sports Roy Harford, a driver for Bocllcy Hack Linos, j 10:30 suffered an injury while unloading a trunk at the Nelson Hotel. The trunk fell on his hand. 5100 4— PJcture of the Day 5— Eiiny Show a— Pope/i- 13— Huckleberry Hound 5:30 4— Highway Patrol 5— Early Show 9 — Popeye 13— Film 6:40 l3--Sporta with DeT Nelson S:3Q 13— Business Newi 8:55 5 — Sports 13_Weatner with Gordon Jump 6:0fl 4-5-13— New* U— Man From CochUe 6:10 4— Sports 5— Weather with Johnny Tales 6:15 4— News, Huntley-Brlnkley 5-13— News with Douglaa Edvardi 6:30 4— Sea Hunt 5-13— Rawhide 9— Margie 7:00 4— National Velvet M3— Rawhide 9 — Hathaways 7:30 4 — Detectives 5-13— Route OB 9— Fllntstones 4:00 4— Detectives 5-13— Koute 66 9—77 Sunset Strip H:.!0 4— Bell Telephone Hour 6-13— Father of the Brld« 9—77 Sunset Strip 4— Telephone Hour 5— Third Man 9— Tiirger-Corruptors 13— Twilight Zone •I :30 4— Dangerous Robin 5— Eye Witness S— Target Corrupotrs 13— Eye Witness 4-S-9-13—News 10:10 4-5-Weather 10:15 I ,1-cn Panr 6—Studio Five. Wind" 9—Peter Ounn 13- Weather "Reap the Wild gineering of McPherson. our fears, that the course our commis- Calvin White, dishwasher at the City Restaurant, returned from a visit at Omaha. Prayer For Today Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! By his great mercy we have been born anew to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. (1 Peter 1:3. RSV.) PRAYER: Father everlasting, who hast set us in the fellowship of Thy Son Jesus Christ, be near us in this moment. Lead us closer to Him who has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. Touch us with His spirit of sacrifice and 4- .lack Pair ft- Studio Five 9—Peter Ounn 13—Five Star Jubilee 1(1:4.1 9—Big Show, "The Lovei •( Carmen" 11:00 4—Jack Pajir 5—Kt'jrtlo Five 9—Impact Theater 11:30 4—Jack Paar 5—Studio Five 9—Impact Theater 13:1111 Midnight 4—Reporter's Scratch Pad 9—Unity Dally Word 12:20 13—"Wee Willie Winkle" Saturday ed. Are you sure the neighbor kids harbor love. Make us more fit for lives that bear a worms? If they do, their mother is being quite visible testimony to the change that Thy Son unreasonable in not caring for her own children, not to mention yours. has wrought in us. In His name and for His sake. Amen. This firm was hired in October of 1959, sion is taking is ill-advised, certainly are after the big engine was installed here, well-founded. It might also be pointed and after our present light plant super- out that our present light plant superin- intendent was employed. ' • tendent piloted a plane to Tucumcari, Universal Engineering is coiwp<js«d of N. M., recently. On this flight he took two men. One a math teacher. The other, potential customers of Enterprise Enand this is common knowledge in the gine to see an engine at the light plant trade, is the light plant superintendent at m that city. McPherson. In this day and age of specialization One week a S°» the Clt y comnussion was it seems to us Ottawa is entitled to the told b y the citv attorney that legally it best engineering consultants available, could toss out a protest petition. At that time the commissioners stated they would personally check each name. Installation of such a machine as is contemplated requires the technical knowledge of experts in several fields. The fact that certain engine represen- Too, when you want an impartial sur- tatives were invited the day before to vey, such as Ottawa supposedly sought come to Ottawa to look over engine when offered a hookup with a private specifications preparatory to submitting utility, you should turn to an impartial bids makes a sham of the high-sounding expert. How impartial would another pronouncements of the commission, municipality's light plant boss be? This Evening's TV Highlights 6:00 Channel 9 — "Man From Cochise." A wealthy woman is given some advice. It is suggested that she make her husband, who is younger than his wife, keep hands off the business interests she owns. 6:30 Channels 5-13 — "Rawhide." Now, let's look briefly at some of the work of these consultants. We regret the commission intends to deny the electorate the right to vote on In 1954, the city of Chanute hired Uni- 1S S ht P lant expansion. There are now versa! to do some work. One of the consultants formerly was plant superintend- three courses which can be taken. One is inaction ... do nothing. The other is ent at Chanute. On Universal's recom- to P rotest the P etition action in the mendation, Chanute purchased a 1,500- courts ' and force a vote " KW Enterprise engine. The last informa- The third is much more difficult. It is tion we have is that this engine under- that of a recall election with the objective went numerous changes before it ful- bein S to start afresh with a new commis- filled specifications. sion. This And That by jph Pakistan Has Own English KARACHI—This businessman had us for lunch. The two of us had gone through our soup, mutton and rice, and morsel of cake, and over coffee he began talking about business, naturally. He indicated a man wearing horn - rimmed glasses, a tail-out shirt, cotton trousers, and sandals, w h i c h constitute practically the national uni- -e> . $•> ^ form, three tables away. "That .Muslim came up here from Bombay without a rupee. Now he is a merchant walla who makes anyway two lakhs a month." "Huh?" we inquired. Translation Our host sighed. He had had to do quite a bit of translating as the conversation went along. "A walla is what you would call a big shot," he explained. "A lakh is 10 crores, or 100,000. We use blanks because we are not big JPH maunds of sarsu and rape and has a bearer, a Buick, and a bungalow on a pukka street." "Huh?" we asked again. Patience Short This time our host's speech was as short as his patience. "A juggie is a slum; a welter ga a camel cart. Charas is opium in smoking of shacks where people ease themselves in the street. A broom man is a street sweeper. A ton- form. Godown a warehouse. A maund is a measure and sarsu and rape are oilseeds. Pukka is first class. A bearer is a personal servant. A bungalow is any European type house. I think you know what a Buick is." The words which larded this luncheon conversation were only a starter. Reading the newspapers we encounter such ones at bajra, talukas, ran- ikhet, nawabs, zamindari, banya, guarwaras, tac- cavi, cattle-lifter, dacoitiers. chowkedar, and khandsari. They may be good English in this part of the world, or they wouldn't be printed enough yet to talk in terms of millions as you routinely in the English language newspapers. Americans do. We even write figures in lakhs. Take 1,050,000. Thats 10!/ 2 lakhs, not a million- fifty thousand." We thanked him. He went on. "That fellow first lived in a juggie. He was a broom man. Then somehow he got a tonga. They say he may have smuggled a few bolas of cha- raj. He kept getting ahead. Now he has two godowns filled with I don't know how many among themselves at times. Yet they had as well be Urdu or Gujarati for all we know what they mean. They illustrate that while much of the world may speak English, it doesn't follow there is perfect communication among its users. There is American-English, British-English, and, as we now are learning, Pakistan-English. They all may be first cousins, but even first cousins c;;n become quite confused Hour With Ike Was TV At Its Best By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP fV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)- Tele-vision, for an hour Thursday night, WHS at its brilliant best. Dwight David Eisenhower, 34th president of the United States, sal down with an intelligent interviewer, and spoke of the great position he held for eight years, of himself and his philosophy and beliefs. The result was a "CBS Reports" program filmed at Gettysburg last spring, which is an important historical document, first of a series of three conversations between the former president and CBS newsman Walter Cronkite. Eisenhower took on all the thoughtful, and often tough, questions the well-prepared Cronkite threw. Perhaps some of the most enlightening parts of the program were moments ir the informal, extemporaneous conversation the former President was talking of himself. He confessed several times to having a temper, and disclosed that one of his doctors believed his 195ri heart attack was caused because he became so provoked the day before when he was repeated!} and needlessly summoned to he clubhouse in a telephone mixup "So," he concluded, "I've never gotten angry again." He took on the big general questions. He doesn't see how to divide small wars from bi» wars. He feels we niust learn to live with the tensions of the atom age the way our forefathers learned to live with the tensions provided by hostile Indians. It was an exciting and truly enlightening hour, forerunner, one presumes, of two others. With the drive three days out of Laredo, the men still have some aad cases of town fever, or Channel 9 — Start of a new show, "Margie." It's the story of a teen-age girl in the 1920s, or Channel 4 — "Sea Hunt." Mike attempts to salvage a freighter. 7:00 Channel 9 "Hathaways." the Peggy Cass comedy series, or Channel 4 — "National Velvet." 7:30 Channel 9 — "Flintstones." Fred pitches some woo, or Channels 5-13 — "Route 66," adventure. A drug addict is involved in this episode, or Channel 4 — "Detectives." Matt is kidnaped. 8:00 Channel 9 — "77 Sunset Strip.' An elderly scrubwoman is looking for a tax consultant. 8:30 Channel 4 — A big hour of mu sic with Gordon MacRae and a lot of other stars, or Channels 5-13 - "Father of the Bride." 9:00 Channel 5 - "Third Man," or Channel 9 — "Target: Cor- ruptors." A tunnel collapses, anc a number of persons are killed. 9:30 Channels 5-13 — "Eyewitness, 1 or Channel 4 — "Dangerous Ro bin." Late movies include "The Loves of Carmen," 1948, Channel 9 10:45. Rita Hayworth is starred. Wins FFA Public Speaking Contest KANSAS CITY (AP)-Marvin Gibson, 18, of Maryville, Tenn. last night became the seconc youth from that area of the Great Smoky Mountains to win high honors at the Future Farmers o: America convention. Gibson, a freshman at Carson Newman College and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Elmer Gibson, won the FFA public speaking champ- umship, an annual feature of the| JiJ8gfiSI. M |fS,r i iSl ur iS«t.r. AF To Take Over Skies Saturday WASHINGTON (AP) - Mock aerospace war on a vast scale will rage Saturday through North American skies. Unprecedented in the variety and volume of modern weapons involved, the make-believe conflict will ground non-military aircraft for 12 hours. From noon to midnight Eastern Standard Time, no airliner or private plane may operate above the U.S. or Canadian mainland or over Alaska. Streams of B52 and B47 jet bombers will hurl themselves at prime U.S. and Canadian targets. They will fire no weapons, drop no bombs. But they'll test to the limit the resources of NORAD, the North American Air Defense Command. From headquarters at Colorado Springs, the NORAD commander, Gen. Laurence S. Kuter, will direct the interceptor aircraft, the antiaircraft missile stations and the supporting installations that have been woven into the continental defensive network. convention, with the subject: "We Need Research in Agriculture, Too." A day earlier James Isaac Messier, 20, of Greenback, Tenn., located 15 miles southwest of Maryville, won the organization's highest honors—Star Farmer of America. Gibson, a ministerial student at Carson-Newman, was awarded a $250 prize. 6:.IS 5--Moment of Meditation 7:00 S—Farm Reporter 7:110 5—Postmark Mid-America 7:43 5—One-way to Safety 13—Learn to Draw H:»0 4—Cartoon Carnival 8:15 5—One Way to Safety 8::w 4—Pip The Piper 5-13—Captain Kangaroo 9—Comlclub 0:00 4—Snarl Lewis 5-13—Video Village Jr. 9—American Royal Parade 9:30 4—King Leonardo 5-13—Mlchty Mousf 8—Special 10:00 4—Fury 5-13—Magic Land of Allakazam 9—American Royal Parade lf)::ui 4—Make room for Daddy 5—Roy Rogers 9—Whlzzo, <<n.-l Crew 13—Junior Auction 11:00 4—Up Date 5-13—Sky King 9—Whizzo and Crew 11::») 4—Beep and Sara 5—Judo B—Dan Devlne 13—My Friend Flick* 12:00 Noon 4—High Noon Cartooni 5—Jack Mitchell 9-13—College Ball 13::)0 4—Accent 5—Studio Five, "Reap Tht Wild Wind" 13—Accent 'Paris' 1:00 4—High School Bill 5—Studio Five, 1:30 4—High School BaU 5— Studio Five 9-13—College BaU 2:00 9-13—Football 5—Studio Klv« 3:110 4—Football 5—Studio Five 9-13—College Ball 3:00 4—TV Teen Hop 5—Championship Bowling 9—World of Trains 13—Accent 3:15 9-13—Scoreboard 3:30 4—Insight 5—Bowling 13—Special 4:00 4—Wrestling 5—Three Stooges 9—On Your Mark 13—Special «:30 4—Mr. Magoo 5-13—Game of the Week 9—Magic Ranch 6:011 4—Bullwlnkle 5-13—Game of the Week 9—Bowling 5:30 4—Jeff's Collie 5—Lets Get Growing fl—Bowling 13—Your Question Please B:00 4—News 5—NewsJ( Weather 9—Mattys Funnies 13—Sportsman's Friend 6:10 5—Sports with Harold Uack KOFO Schedule SATURDAY 6:29 Sign on 6:30 News 6:35 Top Of The Morning 6:45 Weather Roundup Mkts. Est. 6:50 Top Of The Morning 7:00 Sports Roundup 7:05 Top Of The Morning 7:30 News 7:40 Weather Forecasts 7:45 Agricultural Markets 7:BO Top Of The Morning 8:15 Ottawa Schools 8:30 News and Weather 8:40 Top Of The Morning 9:00 Morning Devotions 9:15 Church Notes 9:25 KOFO Serenade 9:30 News and Weather 9:35 KOFO Serenade 10:30 News and Weather SUNDAY 6:59 Sign On 7:00 Sports Roundup 7:05 Eisy Melodies 7:30 News 7:40 Weather Forecasts 7:45 Easy Melodies 8:00 Church Program 8:30 News and Weather 8:40 Easy Melodies 6:00 Family Worship Hour 9:16 Tlie Christophers 8:30 News and Weather 9:35 Easy Melodies 10:110 First Baptist Church 11:00 First Methodist Church 10:35 Lyndon Show 11:00 Bulletin Board 11:'05 Around Town 11:30 News and Weather 11:35 KOFO Serenade 12:00 People's Exchange 12:10 Noon Tune 12:15 Farm Show 12:25 Noon Tune 12:30 News 12:40 Nnon Tune 12:45 Noontime Weathervane 12:50 Noon Time Tune 1:00 Football Time 1:15 Univ. of Kas. vs. Iowa St. Univ. 4:00 Football Scoreboard 4:15 KOFO Karavan 4:30 Jacl- Mitchell Show 4:45 KOFO Karavan 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 5:45 Sign Oil 12:30 News and Weather 12:45 Piano Notes 1:00 Public Issue Program l:3d Music From Mt. Oread 3:00 Sunday Serenade 3:30 News and Weather 2:35 Sunday- Serenade 3:13 Serenade In Blue 3:30 News and Weather 3:35 Sunday Serenade 4:00 Public Issue Program 4:3>i News and Weather 4:35 Sunday Serenade 5:15 Outdoor Sports for Kansas b:30 News, Sports, Weather 6;4.6 Sign OH • :30 4 — Wells Fargo 5-13- -Perry MHSOD 9— Roaring 20'a 1:00 4— Wells Fargo B-I3 Perry Muson 9— Roaring 20'» 7:30 4 — Shannon 5-13 — Defenders a Lcavo It to Beaver 8:00 4— Movie. "Oarden of EvlV' 5-13 — Defenders 9— Boxing »:30 4— Movie 5-13- Have Gun Will Trave B— Boxlni, 8:4« 9-Make That Spare »:00 4— Movie Spectacular 5-13— Ounsmoke & — Lawrence Welk 9:31 4— Movie Spectacular 5-13 — Qunsmokc 9— Lmvrence Welk 10:00 4— News and Weather B-13— Nrws - Weather •—Straightaway 10:15 4— Movie. "Wilson" 5— Movie. "The Major and th» Minor" 10:30 4— Movie, 5— Movie, 9— Movie, "The Detective" 13 — Bonanza 11:00 4— Movie 5— Movie 9— Movie 13 — Bonanza ll-:i() 4— Movie 5 — Million Dollar Movie 9— Movie 13— Movie, "Nightmare Alley" 13:00 - vVrestllnp 5— Million Dollar Movie 9— Big Show, !•!:«. 5 — Late Show. "Crime by Night" Sunday 5 — Light Time 13 — Oral Robert* 8:15 5-Davey & Goliath 8:30 4— Scared Heart 5— Talk Back 13 — Davcy and Goliath 8:45 4 — Christopers 13 — Industry on Parade »:00 4 — Industry on Parade 5-13— Lamp Unto My Feet .'--It Is Written »:15 4 — American* «t Work • :30 4 — Thli I» the Annwer 5 — Look Up And Live t — Dlre'.t'on? 2 13— Herald of Truth 9:4S 9 — Look, Up, and Ltv» 10:00 4_Frontier of Faith 5-13 — Camera Three 9— Womens League Bowllni 10:23 5-13— New* 10:30 4— Faith for Today 8— Christophers 9 — Wondernma 13 — Washington Conservation 10:. r ,5 13— Newi 11:00 4— This Is The Life 5— Profile 9 — Wonderama 13— This Is the Life 11:15 5— N.F.L. Highlights 11:30 4 — Builders Showcan 65 — Football 9— Sheena 13 — American Newsreel Album 11:45 5-13— Football Klckoff 1«:00 4-5-9-13— Football t:3U J — NFL Scoreboard t:45 9— Pro Scoreboard 3:00 4 — Bowling 5 — Movie, "The Major and the Minor" 9 — Junior Bowling 13— Film 3:30 4— Bowling 5— Million Dollar Movie, 9— "My Name Is Julia Ross" 13— Film 4:00 4 — Nation's Future 5 — Million Dollar Movlt B— Pro Football 13— Amateur Hour 4:30 4 — Nation's Future 5— Million Dollar MovU 9 — Adlal Stevenson 13— College Bowl 5:00 4— Meet The Press ••13— Twentieth Century 9— Funday Funnies (:1A 9 — Scoreboard 5:34 4— Best of the Post 4-13— Mister Ed 9— "The Sea Around TJs 1 * 9?M 4— News 6-13— Lassl* 9— Movie • :3t 4— Disney's World 5-13— Dennis tne Menac* •—Follow The Sun 4— Disney's World 5-13— Ed Sullivan 9— Follow The Sun 7 130 4— Car 54 5-13— Ed Sullivan 9— The Lawman. «:00 4 — Bonanza 5-13— G. E. Theater 9— Bus Stop 8:30 4 — Bonanza 5-13— Jack Benny 8— Bus Stop 9:0* 4— DuPont Show 8-13— Candid Camera . *7- Advent ures In Paradls* tf I JO 4— DuPont Show 5-13— What's my Line? 9— Adventures Ir, Paradise 10:00 4— News, weather 5— News, Weather 9— Way of Thinking '3 — News 10:18 4— Movie Spectacular, "Strangers M A Train" 5— Twilight Zone 13— New* 10:25 13— Weather 10:30 4— Movie Spectacular 5 — News 9— Open End 13— Father Knows Best 10:40 U:00~ FiVe SUr Thealer ' " Tne Citadel" 4— Movie Spectacular 5— Five stni Theater 9— Open End 13— Michael Shayn* LI "30 4— Movie Spectacular 5- -Mve-star Theatr* End 9— Daily Word Ottawa Herald 108-108 8. Main Published daily except aunaay ant Holidays. Second class postage at Ottawa, Kansas. Robert B Wellington Editor Guy Snedake. 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