The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 23, 1961 · Page 4
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Ottawa, Kansas
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OTTAWA HERALD Television* Log Pa"P Four Monday. October 13, 19K1 Editorials A Narrow Margin According to an Arkansas congrcss- iiKin. Oren Harris. "President Kennedy is the greatest President the United Stales has ever had." He made this remark in a. speech in which he also pointed out that under the present administration the state of Ark- i\nms had received more money for watershed work than any state in the nation. In the minds of some, this might make Kennedy great. It is easy to find persons in politics who will differ with Oren Harris. One of the loudest is the golden- voiced Sen. Everett Dirksen of Illinois. He says the present administration is "floundering." As he puts it "It is kind of outlandish heresy for the New Frontier to style itself as the 'party of hope' when the smothering of freedom can This And That by jph only be the ultimate re.sull of its pro Channel 4, NBC Channel 5-13, CBS Monday Channel 9, ABC These are harsh words which have caused Sen. Estes Kefauver to deliver his own rebuttal. As he puts it the last, session of the Congress was "the busiest that I can remember since World War II days, and it has also also been ono, I believe, of great accomplishment." Kefauver cites the accomplishments of the administration. Dirksen lists what he claims are the failures. In truth, President Kennedy has achieved some of his objectives while he has lost on others. Actually, the record of the 87th Congress might be called a tossup. It reflected most clearly the narrow margin by which President Kennedy was ( .,_.!.„,„,„ elected. ! 1:00 4— Picture nf me Day 6— Early Show U— Popeyp 13_Yoel Bear 6:;lll •1 -Highway Patro' 5— Three Stooges 9 — Yogi Beir 13— Dr. Ichabod 5:45 IB- -Sports - UE» ISelnon 6:30 i.,— Business Mew* 5:55 5— Sports, witb Harold Mack 13— -Weatnei — Gordon Jump 6:00 4-5— News o — Han from Cochiae 13 — News — Don Harmon 4:10 4 — Sports - Monte Moor* 5— Weather— Bill Yearout 4_H\imi».vEtlnKiev Report 5-13— Douglas Edwards and News 8:3t> 4— Grouclio 5 — To Tell ihe Truth y — Cheyenne 13— To Tell the Truth • :UO 4 — Montavanl 5-13— Pete ana Gladyi 9— Cheyenne 5 :30 4— Price Is Right 5-13— Window on Main St. 9 — Rifleman rt:HO 4— 87th Precinct 5-13 — Danny Thomas f—Surtslde Six *:30 . 4 — 87th Precin :t 5-13— Andy Griffith 9 — Surfsicte Six the On Wild East Frontier LAHORE — The Pakistan newspapers do not From these it could be concluded that public emphasize crime. They merely it. They have an extraordinary amount of it to report. Typical are these summaries of news stories from this morning's Civil & Military Gazette: Sargoda — Sultan Ahmad, businessman, sentenced to death, for killing his servant whon he had taken out r e p o r on a large insurance policy. Gujranwala — C u • collector caught red bribe. t o m s . handed JPII in taking Gulberg - Failz Karim given ife sentence for killing his father who was having an affair with his wife. Lahore — Police constable Ghulam Mohammad arrested for riding a train without a ticket. Lyallpur — Highwayman rob passengers of bus on main highway eight miles from here. Karachi — Police arrested 105 on the streets last night including 23 thieves, six narcotics ped- dlars, 27 gamblers, and 21 vagrants. MiJtan — Abdul Hamid, p«*p<JteMet convicted for eighth time and given seven years of rigorous imprisonment. Rawalpindi — Twelve-year-old girl abducted in broad daylight. Dcra Ghai — Sadar, a peasant, has hacked his wife to pieces while her paramour, his landlord, escaped. Ajnianwala lagers. Widow Husain beaten by vil- t order and safety here are about on a par with conditions on the south side of Chicago or in the Harlem area of New York. And so they are. But there is this basic difference. At home there is a breakdown of law. Here the law is still a considerable way from successfully establishing itself. Still a Frontier This is not the Wild West, but the Wild East. Though repeated conquerors may have passed through from one direction and another and dynasties have established themselves and fallen, it still is another frontier of civilization. Governments may have accorded a certain obeyance through police power for a few years or a few generations, but no one has had the respect and support that comes from it representing the will of the people. Out here on what the British used to call the Northwest Frontier where there still are no generally accepted national boundaries, family loyalties and tribal loyalties still to a considerable degree take precedence to loyalty to a new President, Ayab, in a new capital, Rawalpindi, of a new nation, Pakistan. As has been the tradition for years, the individual or his group take the law into their own hands and seek justice with a knife or a gun according to their own lights. No Sense of Hazard Yet despite that general background and the morning headlines we feel no sense of personal hazard when we take a walk every evening down the dim-lit road leading from Faletti's hotel. There is only a constant annoyance involved. As we stroll carefully along so as not to stumble into any of the potholes strewing the way one little man after another slides out of the darkness to approach near enough to ask in a confidential voice: "Want to go see girls?" "No." "How about nice young boys?" "No." With a sigh of regret he appears into the darkness. No more than 100 feet farther along another nas-iv little man is at our elbow. 5-13 — Hennesey 9— Ben Casey 9:30 5— Sport* man's friend 9 — Ben Casey 13— I've Got A Secret 10:UO 4-5-9-13— New« 9— News 10:10 4-5— Weather 9— Weather 10:15 4— J:n:K HM:II o— I've Got A Secret 9— Peter Gunn 13— Weather 10:20 13— SporU 10:30 4— Jack Paai 5 — I've Got A Scret 9— Peter Gunn 13 — Mrs. G. Goes To College 10:45 5— Five Star Theater, "Blaze o f Noon" 9— Big Show, "Edge of Darkness" 5— Life of Riley U:00 4 — JacK i j aai 5 — Five Star TheaKt 9— Big Show 13 — New Breed U :30 •I— Jacli fnat r ) — Five Star Tnenter !)— Bi g Shr,\\ 13— Movletlme. U.8.A 12:00 4— Reporter's Scratch Pad '' LJiiiiy \VorU VJ:1ii IS MO 5 — Late movie, "West Point Widow" Tuesday 6:" To Your Good Health No "Change Of Life" By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER (This is the first of * series of two articles.) "Dear Dr Molner: I'm 51 and have been plagued with emotional disturbances, anxiety,'fears, tightening of the back and leg muscles, etc., for two years. My doctor tells me I am going through the 'male change of life.' I take a tranquilizer every morning. These keep me fair- Iv calm during the day. Can you tell me more about this?—H.N." Dear Sir: Would you give me { some information about anxiety and nervousness? I have taken different kinds of medication but they do not seem to help me.-P.B." The "male change of life" is a rather shaky diagnosis, but I know it is still used to "explain" certain nervous trou-1 bles. Dr. ttolner "Women, during their "change of life" or menopause, have a distinct and relatively abrupt decline in fuction of the ovaries— a decline in secretion of certain hormones. Men do not experience this abrupt cessation of hormone production. Indeed, in men fertility is known to continue well into old age, whereas among women fertility ends at the latest in the early Sfl's, and usually in the latter 40's. Men do, indeed, many times experience the .same symptoms of nervousness, anxiety, tension, lack of confidence, etc., that afflicts many women at menopause. The symptoms are similar, the age is approximately comparable — but in men the cause is usually not from any glandular or hormone deficiency. So, while I suppose there's no real harm in calling it "the change of life," the term is misleading, because it may make a man expect that he requires some fairly well-defined course of treatment. No, the nerves that sometimes hit a man in his latter 40's and early 50's are an entirely different sort of thing. They are not related as aic a woman's to change in the child-bearing cycle (the end of it, that is.) 1 hope today's discussion has been sufficient to indicate that the male does not experience a "change of life" that, with physical as well as Miinetiines mental manifestations, comes to a!l wjineri. That is to say, the woman experiences a distinct change in the endocrine system, which provides hormones. A man does not. Yes, things can happen to him. but they are not the same. So tomorrow let's talk about what does, or what may happen to a man. "Dear Dr. Molner; The ears of my two-year- old son are badly cupped. Could plastic surgery correct this? How much would it cost? Would he have to lie hospitalied, anzd how long? Could you recommend a plastic surgeon in this city?—Mrs. S.V." It is probably that plastic surgery could correct this — I haven't seen the child. It may be too early to try to decide whether it should be done. You will have to discuss cost with the surgeon who can gauge the amount of work to be done. Hospitalization would probably be brief. And in any city, the best, most satisfactory way to find the right surgeon is to ask your personal physician to advise you. "Dear Dr. Molner: I have always used deodorant, but several days ago a friend told me a doctor advised her that women should never use it because it would stop up glands. Is there any truth in this?—E.L.S." No no truth to it. Are you bothered with ringing in the ears? If so, write to Dr. Molner, Box 158, Dundee, III., for his booklet, "Ear Noises — Their Causes and Cures," enclosing with your request lOc in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. | Dr. Molner welcomes all reader mail, but regrets that due to the tremendous volume received daily, he is unable to answer individual letters. Readers' questions are incorporated in his column whenever possible. Prayer For Today Pardon, I beseech thee, the inquity of this people according unto the greatness of thy mercy. . . And the Lord said, I have pardoned according to thy word. (Numbers 14'1920.) PRAYER: Our Father, we know that the nations have sinned by their disobedience to Thee and in forgetting Thee. Grant, 0 Lord, that we may never fail them by censing to pray for them. 'We present our petition in the name of Jesus. Amen. 4 -Continental ClasM-oum fi:':.j 5—Christophers B:. 1 !!! 13—College of the Air Il:u5 5—Farm Facia 7:08 <—Today 6—College of the Air i;;—Ku:if, tioui 7:.W •I—TOUIIJ. 5—Alornem o; UiMl.iaiion 9—Shakespeare 13—Rush Hour 7 .-as 5—< .'urtounUind 1:45 9—Good Morning World 8: ill) 4—Todaj fl-13—Captain Kangaroo 9—Heckle and Jeckle H::;u 4—Tuclay 5-lu—Captain K;it!^;iroo ii -H'lilzzo's VVunaurluiul u:0(l 4—Say When ">-Jac!i L:i L;<mi. M—Kornpt'r Room 13—Calendar U:.10 <—Play Your HunoL 5-13—I Love Lucy 8—Masterpiece Movie, "Always Leave Them Laughing" 111:1111 4--Tlie Price la Right *-13—Video Village »—Movie 10:30 4—Concentration 3-18—You i Surprise Package 9—Movie 10:35 9—News. Max Bicknell II :00 4—Truth or Consequences 5-13—Love of Life 9—Texan 11:30 4—It Could Be Vou 5-13—Search for Tomorrow 9—Love That Boh 11:43 5-13—The Guiding Light 11:55 4—News 12:00 4—High Noon Cartouiii 5-13—News !i -Camouflage K;t6 i—.News. Weather i:i—Local and Regional New* 12:10 13- Markets anu Weatnei 12:20 4—News. Markets 12:30 4—Accent 5-13— As World Tumi 9—Mnke A Face 1:00 4—Jan Murray .">•!:;—Knc'(> llu> i.act* 9—Day In Court 1:110 4—Loretta young 0-13—House Party !)—Day In Court 2:IW 4—Young Dr. Malont 5-13-Millionaire fl—Number Please 4—Award Theater 5-13—The Verdict It Tour» 9—Seven Keys 3:1)0 4—Bake-Off 5-13—Brighter Day 8—Queen for a Day 3:15 6—Secret Storm 3:30 4—Here's Hollywood 5-13—Edge of Night it—Who Do You Trust 4:00 4—Kukla and Ollle 5—Early Show, "The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date" 9—American Bandstand 13—News 4:05 4—Mr. Magoo 4:11) 13—Weather 4:15 4—Picture of the Day, "The Man Is Armed' 1 13—Kracko's Komedy Klub 4::iO 4—Picture ol the Day i5—Early Show 9—Deputy Dawg 13—Cartoons 4:45 8—Rocky and Friends 6:00 4—Picture of the Day 5—Early Show 9—Popeyi* 13—Roy Rogers 5:30 4—Highway Patrol i—Early Snow 9—Pupeyi- 13—Camera Corner r>:40 13—Sports — Dr» Neisou 5:55 5—Sporu 13— Weather — Gordon Jump 6:00 4—New« 5—News with Harold Mack 9—Ozzle & Harriet 13—News with LIUII HarrltoB 4—Sports—Monte Moore S—Weather with Johnny Yates 8:IB i 4—Huntiey-Brlnkley Report 5-13—News with Douglas Edward) 8:30 I 4—Larsimie I 5-13—Marshal Dillon 8— Bugs Bi nny 4—Laramie 5—Dick Vnn Dyke 9—Bachelor Father 13—Whiplash 7:30 4—A Hitchcock u-13— Lumie Ulllis 9—Calvin & The Colonel COO 4—Dick Powell 5-13—Red Skfltun 9—New Breed SPECIAL GUEST Ralph Bellamy (left), Juano Hernandez, Dina Merrill and Earl Holliman star in Saul Levitt's "The Dispossessed", premiere special in "Wcstinghouse Presents" scries of original dramas, 9 p.m. tomorrow, Channels 5 and 13. Chase Out Of Place In Auto Show This Evening s TV Highlights 6: 4—Dirk Powell 6—Death Valley Days 9—New Breed 13—Jim Backus 9: on 4—Cain's Hundred 5-13—Gary Mooie 9—Alcoa Presents, !i:;iu 4—Cain':. Hundred 5-13—Gary Moorr- 9---A1COH Premiere 111:00 4-5-U-13—NPW» 10:10 4-5—Weather 10:16 4—Jack Pftar 5—Ichabod k Me 9—Peter Gunn 10:20 I"—Sport*—Dev N«.-;son I0:r,0 4-Jack 5—Ichabod & Me H—Peter Gun:: 13—Hawaiian Eve 10:15 5—Five L'.tar Theater, "Knute Rocknn" 9—Big ,5how. "Mildred Pierce" 11:00 4—Jack Paai 5—Five Star Theater 9—Big smm 13—Hawaiian Evt 11 :\W 4—JacK Paar 5—Five-Star Theatr* 9—Big Show "2:00 4—News M—I tally Word r;:to 5— Late KIiow. "The Lonf Wolf Keeps a Date" Bv CYNTHIA LOWRY ! AP TV-Radio Writer I NEW YORK (AP) - The num- jber in NBC's "Project 20" unit ! is there because it is primarily in- \ terestcd in producing TV shows; 6:30 ; documenting the 20th century. Itj Channels 5-13 — "To Tell the , was inevitable that some time or j Truth." Jayne Meadows and i other it would take up America's j Johnny Carson join the regular ; great and lasting love affair with panelists, or the automobile. Nurse Martha Ilale's father ar- Chaiuicl 9 — "Man From Co- rives to have a look al Chick, or chise." Copper mines are held; Channel 9 — "Ben Casey." A up, some deputies get shot, and brilliant surgeon is also a" drug Project 20 did just that Sunday ^nipht, and as usual cave its sub- I jecl careful and affectionate at- ; tontion It used lots of rare ar- Channel 9 — "Cheyenne." A teen - ager has quite a yen for guns. His paw has to be in a wheel chair and can't do much about proper raisin' for the kid. I chives film, much of it never seen before, dating back to the turn of the century. It followed j Hie progrses of the horseless car- i riagc graphically and amusingly ; or i through the "tin Lizzie" era, but, I there called it quits. The musical j Gladys." A new boarder moves j .score accompanying the hour pro- j in ; gram was a delight and, except '7.30 I For an occasionally try for a joke 7:0(1 Channel 4 — "Mantovani." Pretty dad-blamed good music, Channels 5-13 — "Pete And addict, or Channel 1 — "Thriller." aa Channel 5 — *'S p o r I •• man's Friend." Late movies include "Blaze of Noon,'' 1947. Anne Baxter, Channel 5, 10:45. Ottawa Holler Kink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri., 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Panics Mon.. Tues., and Thurs. 2nd and Main C1I 2-9704 j that wasn't there, so was the narration of Groucho Marx. The program, however, wound up with a much too long chase Channels 5-13 — "Window Main Street." the interesting Robert Young series, or Channel 4 — "Price Is Right," or Five Escape In Mass Break scene stitched together from an-1 Channel 9 — "Rifleman." Cou- cieni silent movies, notably in-1 pie of prison guards are drinkin'i eluding the Keystone cops. This ; pretty heavy during a stagecoach | really didn't prove as much about i trip and they shouldn't be drink- j NOW SHOWING Box office opens 7 P.M. Feature at 8:05 Only autos as it did about trick photography. First show of the new season scheduled to be scuttled is ABC's j"The Roaring 20's." Although in SEATTLE (AP)- One prisoner its second scasoil| the show has fell to his death, two were re- j always been on the short end of captured, after moments of free-! the early Saturday evening rat- I tlom and five escaped in a mass in 8 H - II is expected to be replaced ; break at the King County Jail !!" Ja ™ arv bv two half-hour ser- Sunday night. i |. (] Among those who escaped was | , ie>., one of them a situation com- .... when ABC and CBS are Tnomas R. Fasenmeyer Jr., 31, j ruefully eyeing their prime time | son of a wealthy Kansas City auto animated cartoon shows—none of dealer, being held on four counts which are doing anywhere near as of burglary in connection with a series of jewel thefts. Killed was Lawrence D. Johnson, 25, San Francisco, held on charges of burglary and rape filed in Los Angeles and Sacramento. ."Johnson fell from the 10th floor | of the building after the eight prisoners sawed their way out of a cell on that floor. His hands s'ipped from an escape rope fashioned from jail sheets. the handicappers figured —along comes NBC with an announcement it will have a cartoon series in its evening schedules next year. This one will convert the famous old team of Laurel and Hardy into cartoon figures —a sort of projection of the gimmick which this season turned the famous old human team of "Amos 'n' Andy" into a fox and a bear in "Calvin and the Colonel." Laff-A-Day in" because they're takin' a prisoner to Yuma for hanging. WILLIAM FAlil.KNER'S SANCTUARY Precinct. a theater 8:00 Channel 4 — "87th Two fellows hold up and one of 'em gets shot. The fellow who shoots him feels pretty guilty, or Channel 9 — "Surfside 6." Sandy takes a couple of socks at a drunk and must have hit him pretty hard because he's found to be dead, or Channels 5-13 — "Danny Thomas." Bandleader Harry James is a guest. 8:30 Channels 5-13 — "Andy Griffith." A poor old guy can't pay his taxes and Andy is about to serve him with eviction papers when he makes a discovery. 9:00 Channels 5-13 — "Hennesey." 0-21 "He'll be with you as soon as he finishes his good deed for today." Auld Lang Syne '45 YEARS AGO Miss Bertha Hubacher, superintendent of Ransom Memorial Hospital, went to Lawrence to attend sessions of the Kansas Nurses' Association meeting. A string quartet of students provided musical numbers in assembly at Ottawa High School. The musicians were: Elizabeth Marshall, harp; William Remaley. violin; Lorraine Peacock, ' 'cello; and Denice Dennis, piano. Arthur Day played a cornet solo. The fire department was called to the F. H. Curfmun home, 312 E. 4th. There was no damage just a flue burning out. 50 YEARS AGO Fred Tuinberlin, 10, son of Frank Tomberlin, of 2 miles northwest of Pomona, was thrown from a horse and suffered a fracture of the left arm. The boy walked three-quarters of a mile to his home, leading the horse, despite the loss of blood from the arm which was badly cut by the fractured bone. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hood, 606 Elm. Dr. W. II. Webster and family, of Baldwin, motored to Ottawa in their Everiit automobile lo spend the day visiting friends. Ottawa Herald 106-10S B. Main Published dully except Sunday and Huliduyc. Second class postage at Ottawa, KunsuK. Robert B. 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