The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 17, 1961 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 17, 1961
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Colorado Ninth Spartans Take Over Top Spot By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michigan State nudged Mississippi out as the No. 1 college football team in the country today in the weekly Associated Press poll. The margin was by a slim two points. 01' Miss, in fact, collected more first place votes than the Spartans. Mississippi had 21 first places to 16 for Michigan State, which went to the top by virtue of its impressive 28-0 victory over Michigan last Saturday in the national television game of the week. Michigan State finished with 431 points to 429 for Mississippi. The nationwide panel of 48 sports writers and sportscasters had Texas third, Iowa fourth, Ala bama fifth, Notre Dame sixth, Ohio State seventh, Georgia Tech eighth, Colorado ninth and Arkan sas and Louisiana State tied for tenth. Mississippi shows a 4-0 record following its easy 47-7 triumph over Houston last week. Michigan State has won all three of its games. Michigan, No. 6, Baylor, No. 9 and ^Maryland, No. 10 a week ago all tumbled out of the top 10, as a result of being beaten. Georgia Tech, Colorado, Arkan sas and Louisiana State al jumped into the select circle. Only Ohio State held the same spot as a week ago. The top ten picked on a 10-9-8-7 etc., basis, with first place vote in parentheses: 1. Michigan State (16) 43 2. Mississippi (21) 42 3. Texas (2) 35 4. Iowa (2) 33 5. Alabama (4) 31 6. Notre Dame (1) 26 7. Ohio State (1) 244 8. Georgia Tech 77 9. Colorado 57 10. (Tie) Arkansas 55 Louisiana State 55 Others receiving votes included Missouri. Tito Worried About US Policy WASHINGTON (AP) - Yugoslavia .was reported today to have asked the United States if it is changing its policy toward the Communist country and expressed the hope that it would Wellsville Area News By BERNICE HOLDEN Nancy Jane is the name given he infant daughter of Mr. and VIrs. George D. Wingert, El Do- ado, Kas. Clifford McElvain had as visi- ors from Sunday until noon Tuesday his sister and brother- n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ube Iwerks, Millbanks, South Dakota. Roger Thorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorn, and George Sherman, F.F.A. advisor, attended the Atchison, Topeka and San:a Fe recognition banquet Thursday at the Hotel Muhlebach in Kansas City. Thorn received recognition as having been one of twelve from Kansas cited for achievement in the field of farming. F.F.A. boys from all the states served by the Santa Fe railroad were present. Some one-hundred to one-hundred and fifty boys received recog nition. not. Informants said the Belgrade note came in response to the outcry here over the U.S. sale to Yugoslavia of 130 surplus Sabre jet fighter planes. Yugoslav diplomats, the informant said, fear a change in U.S. policy toward President Tito's government might'put Yugoslavia n a diplomatic no-man's land between East and West. State Department officials would not confirm receipt of the note. Shooting For Middleweight Title Again, Says Sugar Ray Lane News Gets Africa Assignment By GLENNA HETTLER Mr. and Mrs. Joe Suther and family have moved into the Chambers property this week from Topeka. Suther will leave next week to go to Africa for two years with the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gleason returned from a week's trip through Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wingert attended Mr , s - R M - Chase at Tea Rid 8 e ' the 1961 Annual Conference Kansas Family Life Association in cooperation with Kansas Council for Children and Youth held at Wichita University on Oct. 13 and 14th. A surprise birthday dinner honored Mrs. W. C. Jackson's 70th birthday. The surprise was carried out at the home of Mrs. Sadie Higbie. Those present included the honored guest's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Whitehead, Gridley; Max Bauman, Rantoul; ,Mrs. Elza Hay, Mrs. Bertha Miller, Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Higbie. In the morning Mrs. Miller joined Mr. and Mrs. Sieg and boys in attending church services in Ottawa. The Robert Miller family has moved from Route 2, Wellsville, to Garnett. Attention Hunters SHOTGUN SHELLS All Sizes and Gauges at DISCOUNT PRICES See Us for the /.owes/ Price in Ottawa 1 Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kilsey and family, Sugar Creek, Mo., visited Mrs. Joy Gentry and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moraine and Randy returned from Mar ion, Ind., this week. Moraine has been called into the service anc will report to the State of Wash ington the first of November. Mrs. W. E. Neill Jr., Cindy ant Rocky, Grand view, Mo., visitec her daughter, Mrs. Richard Davis, and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Twyla. Cindy remained for a few days to visit her sisters. Kay Cole, Glenna Hettler, Sharon McQuay and Mary Beets spent Saturday in Kansas City selecting cheerleading outfits. Friends in the Lane vicinity have learned of the death of Mr. C. E. Rennolds at the Methodist home in Topeka. The W.S.C.S. of the Lane Methodist Church sponsored a trip to the Methodist Home for the Aged in Topeka Oct. 11. Twenty- one people made the bus tour and ate lunch at the home. The su- perintendet showed the group through the home. Several of the members visited Mrs. C. E. Rennolds and Dr. Boicourt, former Lane pastor, who live at the home. GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y. (AP)—At 41 Sugar Ray Robinson is right back where he started more than two decades ago—at the bottom of the middleweight ladder. But, he said today, he intends to do something about it Saturday night when his current comeback campaign —his third— rolls injto high gear with a scheduled 10 round bout against young Deny Moyer in Madison Square Garden. "I'm back shooting for the middleweight championship again," hirped the irrepressible Sugar lay as he prepared to break up lis training camp here. "I'm a prizefighter, and at this stage in he game I've got to prove it all over again. As soon as I win, everyone will be back on my •side." Robinson has won the middle weight crown an astounding five limes. He last lost the title to Gene Fullmer on March 4 of this year. He didn't fight again unti Sept. 25, when he outpointed WiL Fie Greaves. That started comeback campaign No. 3. "After this, I'd like to figh either Fullmer (NBA champion) or Paul Fender (New York-Mas sachusetts-Europe champion), know Fullmer is interested in meeting me again. A lot of pro moters are interested in me." What if he loses to Moyer, 1 years his junior, and who ha been fighting middleweights only six months or so? Kan., was runner-up with a 67-71— 138. Sam Reynolds of Springfield, the defending champion, had a 140 and Buster Mills of Kansas City a 141. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON "I only think positively," he replied blandly. "The way I look at it, I've never been a failure. The next time I'm a failure will be the first time." Odom Denied Venue Change JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) - Charles Harvey Odom of Wellington, Kan., was denied a change of venue from Jasper County Monday for his trial on a charge of rape. The trial is set for Nov. 6. Odom, 29, was arrested July 4 after Lisa Schuh, 13, Wichita, Kan., was kidnaped, beaten and raped. Defense attorneys presented 12 witnesses who testified Monday they believed Odom couldn't get a fair trial in the county because of stories about the crime. The state used 13 witnesses who said they believed a fair trial was possible. Circuit Judge Ray E. Watson then refused the request for a change of venue. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday. October 17. 1961 Few Accidents If Everybody Obeyed Every Traffic Rule CHICAGO (AP)-If everybody I obeyed every traffic rule there would be relatively few automobile accidents, an expert stated today. Glenn Kissinger, assistant director of the enforcement division of the Wisconsin State Patrol, told colleagues at the National Safety Congress: "Can anyone challenge the assertion that, if everyone obeyed every traffic law, there would be few accidents—except, perhaps, those few caused by road or mechanical defects? I don't believe they can." For most drivers, he said, there probably is no need for traffic law enforcement. "But some drivers," he added, "have to see a squad car or know that a policeman is or might be in the area before they behave." Kissinger said the majority of authorities believe that enforce ment is a significant factor in reducing accidents. He took part in a symposium on the effects of enforcement on the number and severity of traffic accidents. EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 Call CH 2-4700 Jiminez Wins PGA Berth SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)-Joe Jiminez of Manhattan, Kan., won an automatic berth in next year's national PGA championship by clipping seven strokes off par and winning the Midwest Sectional PGA Golf Tournament Monday. Jiminez posted a 67-70—137 as 15 pros tested the par 72 at Twin Oaks Country Club. Ray Goodell of Overland Park, THE SEE PROOF OF ASHLEY CLAIMS AT YOUR DEALERS Exclusive, Patented Features Make 34 HOUR THERMOSTAT WOOD HEATERS THE MOST MODERN EVER DEVELOPED tivo of the six styles made CLINIC'S on ittw, exclusive front door reed ONLY ASHLEY OFFERS SO MUCH BUDGE'S HARDWARE 117 S. Main Pho. CH 2-2371 68" last DIFFERENT STYLES... same last! One reason why our Clinics fit so beautifully is:—You have a choice of lasts in your size. Most Clinic lasts are used for several styles ... so you can vary your footwear fashion, and still enjoy the same Clinic comfort! Z 1 A to 12, AAAA-E ... 8 95 to 12 95 SHOES—HOSIERY—LUGGAGE TheTulsan 1 daily streamliner The Tulsan streamliner offers you an afternoon lor business or pleasure in Kansas City—or a daytime ride all the way to Chicago. "Stretch-out" chair Cars. 'Big Dome" lounge (between Kansas City* Chicago only). GOING SCHEDULE the Talsan Lv. Tulsa 7:15 am Lv. Ottawa 10:57 am Ar. Kansas City ..12:10 pm The Chicagoan Lv. Kansas City .12:25 pm Ar. Chicago 8:00 pm RETURNING SCHEDULE The Chief Lv. Chicago 9:00 am Ar. Kansas City . 4:35 pm The Tulsan Lv. Kansas City . 5:00 pm Ar. Ottawa ...... 6:00 pm Ar. Tulsa 10:00 pm For information and tickets call: Santa Fe Ticket Office, Phone: CHerry 2-1692 Tecumseh and Walnut Sis., Ottawa, Kansas We fidv* CONFIDENCE in a GROWING AMiRICA Santa Fe GIVES $ YOU PAID DIRECT TO YOU WHILE IN THE HOSPITAL FROM SICKNESS OR ACCIDENT! WHERE ELSE CAN YOU FIND A NO WAITING PERIOD POLICY which gives you liberal CASH BENEFITS, INSURANCE PROTECTION and OTHER PRIVILEGES, such as you receive with this NEW POLICY? Let us tend it to you ON APPROVAL, with no obligation en your part, to you can see the numerous advantages. COMPARE THIS WITH YOUR PRESENT POLICY SICKNESS BENEFITS weekly benefit while in the hospital from the third day of sickness. This $105.00 a week is sent to you every week for as long as 50 weeks ($5,250.00) and is yours to use at your discretion. ACCIDENT BENEFITS weekly benefit while in the hospital from the first day of injury due to any accident. This $105.00 a week is sent to you every week for as long as 50 weeks. ($5,250.00) and is yours to use any way you please. POLIO BENEFITS In place of other regular benefit* riili policy pays these cash benefits if: Polio Strikes: For Hospital Bills up to $500.00 For Doctor's Bills while in the hospital, up to $500.00 For Orthopedic Appliances up to $500.00 TOTAL $1,500 Application Blank FOR INDIVIDUALS OR FAMILY GROUPS To: Equitable Life mnd Casualty Insurance Ae«-ncjr P.O. Box 3974, Oklahoma City 6, Oklahoma 407 Gentlemen—I am enclosing $1.00 In payment for one month's Insurance for Equitable Life and Casualty Insurance Company's HOSPITAL POLICY. (Please print full names of all members whom you wish included in this policy) Ftril Namci — MlddU Namct — Lilt Namu DATE OF BIBTH MO. DAY YEAR AGE 105 105 $1.00 covers the first month's introductory premium for you ond your entire fomily! 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REGULAR LOW MONTHLY RATIS 1 month s One Person Only (Man or Woman) Premium (under 65 years of age) $2.00 One Person Only (Man or Woman) (65 to 75 years of age) $3.00 Man and Wife (under 65 years of agt) $4.00 Man and Wife and 1 Child (child under 18 years of age) $5-00 Either Parent and 1 Child (child under II years of age) $3-00 Either Parent and 2 Children (Children under 18 years af «g«> $*-00 Per loch Additional Child Under 18 yean of age — ADD $1.00 MAIL YOUR APPLICATION TODAY! These outstanding benefits at these low rates are made possible because there is no agent's policy fea or enrollment chorga. Pre-existing conditions not covered. (No benefits paid after age 75) RELATIONSHIP TO APPLICANT o Have you or any members listed above received any medical or surgical attention within the past 3 years? (Give full particulars, dates, etc.) • Are you and all members listed above In whole and sound health to the best of your knowledge, and belief?— (State Yes or No) (If not, please explain) EQUITABLE LIFE & CASUALTY Name of Family Doctor. Date of this application Write your name here... Addreu Slf nature of applicant Soles Agency P. 0. Box 3974 Oklahoma City 6, Oklahoma INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Salt Lake City, Utah Capital Stock Legal Reserve Life Insurance Co. IMPORTANT—Please Answer Every Question Make all checks or money orders payable to: Equitable Life and Casualty Insurance Company

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