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OTTAWA HERALD Papc Four "Wednesday, November 1, 1961 From Our Readers For Home Ownership Having been connected with the oppo- plant. We have never advocated the sale, sition who opposes our city commission- nor have we ever intimated to anyone that we were in favor of such a trans The O p pos iti on is opposed to stop-gap f <n-s spending more than three quarters of a million dollars without a vote by the people who own our city light plant : tactics or practices ; we were opposed to First, in order that the record may be the buying of the first gas diesel engine set straight, the proponents of this un- an( j, after the experience and service we democratic procedure have wrongfully have had and the experience and service accused the people who carried the peti- rendered by the sister engine, we are tions, and in some cases the ones who doubly opposed to doing the same thing signed them, that we, the opposition de- over again. sired to sell our light plant. This is not \\r e , the opposition are for home own- true. ership, orderly improvement, wise management of our tax dollars, and we are We have never given the sale of our for everything that is for a betterment home-owned light plant a thought; in to our city. We are very proud of Otta- iact, we are against selling the light wa. — Gilbert Robe This And That by jph Shah Spoils Beauty Of Taj To Protect And Correct Is Juvenile Court's Aim By BILL D. SCHUL Rightly or wrongly, criminal courts exist to convict and dispose of guilty adults. But the juvenile court was founded to protect and correct delinquent children, and when it must resort to conviction it is in danger of defeating its primary purpose. Most judges will agree that the basic prerequisite of the juvenile court is to get the child to "come clean", to confess and, thereby, change his attitude. If the court cannot bring the child to make a clean breats of things, then it is © 1961, Kia» Fattuxa Syndiu.te, 1st, World riflita tinned. 11 -1 "Another attractive feature is a skylight of your own." allowing, if not tiding, him to build his life on deceit and a base of falsehood. The court must step out of the case if the child is innocent, of course, but if he is not and yet maintains his innocence then, again, the court just as well step out as far as the end results are concerned. A confession, however, must be entirely voluntary, and anyone connected with the court knows that an admittance of wronj which is wrung from the child is useless. By the same reasoning any action which prohibits or en Television Log Channel 4, NBC Channel 5-13, CBS Channel 9, ABC Wednesday DELHI — We have come right on to 9,000 miles from home. Agra is only 120 miles away. At Agra is the Taj Mahal which has few if any peers as the most superlative man-made object in the world. Yet. without any feeling of either apology or regrest, we shall not see it. There are three compelling reasons. The Good Reason There is one more reason why we are not seeing the Taj Mahal. We cannot bring ourselves to like the Mogul emperor who had the world wonder brought into being. Whatever the rhapsodists may make of it, the . --------- . . first is that at the moment it is the dark of Taj Mahal is nothing more than a tomb. The the moon and the Ta is honoree is Mumtax-i-hahal. She died incident to the moon and the Taj only fully to be appreciated in the birth of her 14th child. She was the wife of full moonlight. The second is M^^f^V Shah Jehan • He stvled himself modestly Sa"-""•" hab-ud-din. This translates into Lord of the World; Flame of the Faith. Jehan made his way to the throne by hard work, good works, murdering his last surviving brother, blinding his nephew, and having three cousins strangled. He was a useful man to know, but a dangerous one to cross. He ruled with an iron hand, devoid of velvet glove. This Shah was lascivious but generous with money, if it was other people's. He administered justice according to his lights but he seemed to take his partiular pleasure in punishing the guilty. He kept close at hand several baskets full of poisonous snakes and poured a few of them over those who won his dislike. When he tired of JPH that we do not like to be pushed. As you walk about Delhi all manner of men inflict ; themselves upon you. Official, > if you can take their word ' for it, guides. Boys w h o i would like to have the monkeys they are dragging along do tricks for you. Itinerant chiropdists. Fortune-tellers who follow you a block down the street whispering samplings from your future into your ear. Bored Cobras There are also ragged men squatting in the dirt who, at the drop of a rupee, will begin playing a flute, whereat a bored cobra rises from the this he would have his victims tossed into the wicker basket at his side. Shffls from ivory fac- courtyard to be tusked and trompled to death tories who beseech you to drop in and you don't by the mad elephants waiting below. He was have to buy a thing. Taxi drivers. Unofficial not satisfied with having the heads off his corn- guides. Most 6:00 4—Picture of the Day !j—Karly Sliow U—Popeye 13—Quicfe Draw McGraw S:3U 4—Highway Patrol a—Early Show 9— Quick Draw aicGrav 13—Kansas Panorama 5:45 13—Sport* Wltn D»» NflsoB 5:60 1C—Business New* S:55 5—Sports, Harold Mack 13—Weather with Gordon Jump tr.oo 4—News 5—News with Harold slack 9—Han From Cochlse 13—News with Don Harrises rt'10 '5—Weather with Johnny Vates titlB 6-13—News with Douflaa Kdward* (1:30 4—Wagon Train 6-13—Alvln 9— Steve Allen 7:00 4—Wagon Train 5—Talent Koundup »—Steve Allen 13—Donna Reed 7:30 4—Joey Bishop 8-13—Checkmatr 9 —TOP Cat 8:00 4—Perry Como 5-13—Checkmate 9—Hawaiirn Eye 8:30 4—Perry Como 6—Mrs. G. Goes To College 9—Hawaiian Eye 13—Beachcomber 9:00 4—King o! Diamonds 5-13—U. S. Steel Hour 8—Naked City 0:30 4—Brlnkley's Journal 5-13—U. S. Steel Hour 9—Naked City This Evening's TV Highlights manders who fled in battle but had rats placed numerous among them, however, are those who would escort you to Agra and personally show you around the Taj Mahal. They propose the trip by plane, by train, by foot by horseback, by bus, or by their cousin's car. They dog your footsteps as no dog ever did. They won't take no for an answer^. Because they won't lake no, we're simpley not gomg to Agra as t firm if futile protest. To Your Good Health in the trousers of their wives and daughters "to disgrace and frighten them," as the chroniclers report. So that is the final reason why we are not seeing the Taj Mahal. We wouldn't be able to appreciate its marble beauty. We'd be thinking of the sins of the fathers being passed on to innocent daughters in the form of rats in their pants. 4-5-9-13— New* On Smokers And Cancer By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER "Dear Dr. Molner: Before we were married, my husband smoked cigarets one right after the other. "When we were married, I made him quit. He didn't want to, but he did. Now after a year and a half of not smoking, he wants to smoke a pipe — I know he still craves smoking and can hardly stand it when someone else smokes. He even says he is irritable and nervous when he dosn't. "I was always afraid of can-i cer of the lung. I am still; afraid. "He says smoking a pipe is • less likely to be dangerous as; far as cancer goes. Is this; true, and what are the' chances? I would like to be relieved of this worry.—Mrs. F.S." Let us start out by saying Dr. Iftolner three things: 1 — I don't think tobacco does anybody any i>ood. 2 — I have come to accept the fact that some people are just bound to worry about something or other, and if you deprive them of one worry, they soon find another. It's sort of an addiction. 3" — I don't know what to do about either! Now let me explain why I pronounced these deep thoughts. And let me go at it backwards. I happen to know the man, a very fine statistician, who analyzed the first massive set of figures which led to our belief that cigarets have an influence on lung cancer. He smoked cigarets himself. But when, after several years of collecting figures and figuring nut percentages, it became clear that cigarets have some long-range influence encouraging lung vancer, he quit cigarets. Just-like-that. He now smokes a pipe all the time — regardless of the fact that he has long known that perpetual pipe- .smoking has some influence in encouraging cancer of the lip, tongue or mouth! There isn't any evidence that cigarets are the sole cause of lung cancer. People who have never smoked at all sometimes have it. But it is far more frequent among those who do. That's the story. I'm not one to say that people shouldn't smoke. That's up to them. But it's up to me (and other doctors) to make sure they know that there's a probable risk. A considerable one. Mrs. F. S., I can't tell your husband not to smoke cigarets. (but you told him and got away with it!) I can't say he should or shouldn't smoke a pipe. The pipe carries a risk, although apparently a much lesser one. There's a considerable and logical contention that air pollution contributes to lung cancer— but I can't tell everybody to go live in the fresh- air wilds. In short, I'll write what I know — and readers will have to decide what risks they want to take. "Dear Dr. Molner: I am soon to have an operation for varicose veins. Is this a safe operation? Will it in any way affect the heart? I mean will the heart still get the supply of blood it needs?—F.K." Yes, its a safe operation and will not harm the heart nor deprive it of blood. The veins being removed weren't working properly; getting rid of them will bring better results from other veins in the legs. If anything, the heart will be better off. 10:1* 4-5 — Weather 19:15 4— JaoU paar 5 — Five Star Theater, "Reaching For The Sun'' 8 — Peter Ounn 13— Weatner— Gordon Jump X0:20 13— Sporu Wltn Dev Nelio* 10:30 4 — Jack Paar 5 — Falh-r KUOKS Best B— Peter Cfai n 13 — Target: Corruptors 10:45 5— Five Star Theater, "Hazard" 9-13 — Big Show, "Crime of Passion' U:M 4 — Jack Pan B— Five-Star Theatre, 8— Big Slion 13— Target: Corruptors llsSt 4 — jack Paar 5 — Five-Star Thea.tr* 9— Bl( Show 18 :M 4 — Reporter's Scratchpad 9— Dally Woril J2:in 12:4.1 5—Movie. "Henry Aldrich For President" Thursday Auld Lang Syne 25 YEARS AGO Mr. am. Mrs. Jess Rittenhouse of Pomona observed their 60th wedding aniversary. Wind broke a glass window at the Crotts Flower Shop, 211 S. Main. Charlie Blum, Ottawa grocer, received a shipment of fish from the Mississippi river which included two 38-pound catfish. 50 YEARS AGO W. U. "Dad" Martin went to Davenport, la., to make a quantity of picture postcards showing scenes in and around that city. He had a contract to make 100,000 of the cards. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DeTar returned from Agricola where he had visited with friends several days. Dawson and Louis Gilley went duck hunting but didn't get any ducks. They reported that they saw hundreds of ducks — all flying high. Prayer For Today Then said Jesus unto his disciples, if any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. (Matthew 16:24.) PRAYER: Eternal God, into whose presence we come for guidance, breathe upon our lips Thy Holy Word. Lay upon our minds our tasks, and lift our souls heavenward. Thus may Thy grace refresh our weakened hearts; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who taught us to pray, "Our Father who art in heaven. . . Amen." 6:00 4—Continental Classroom «:35 5—Postmark Mid - America 6:30 4—Continental Classroom 13—College of the Air <UO _4—One Way to Safety B—Farm Facts 7:00 4—Today 6—College of the Air 13—Rush Hour 7:15 •—Good Morning 7:30 4—Today 6—Moment 01 Meditation t— Search For America 13—Rush Hour 7:31 S—Cartoonland 8:W 4—Today 6-13— Captain Kangaroo •—Heckle & Jeckle 8:39 4—Today 5-13—Captain Kangaroo 8—Whizzo'n Wonderland 8:00 4—Bay When &—Jack La Lanne fl—Romper Room 13—Calendar B.-30 4—Play Vour Hunch 5-13—I Love Lucy 9—Masterpiece Movie, "Orchestra Wives" 10:00 4—Prlc* la Rlglit 5-13—Double Exposure 9—Movie 10:30 4—Concentration 5—Your Surprise Package a—Movie 13—Your Surprise Package 5-13—Guiding Light 10:55 5-13—News 9—News ll:oo 4—Truth or Consequences 65—Love of Live 9—Texan 13—Love Of Life 11:30 4—It Could Be You 5—Search for Tomorrow 9—Love Thai Bob 13—Search For Tomorrow 5-13—Qulding Light U:ss 4—News 13:00 Noon 4—Hi Noon Cartoons a-13-News 9—Camouflage 11:05 55—News 13:10 13—llarliets & Weather 12:50 4—News, markets 13:30 4—Accent 6-13—As The World Turns •—Make a Face l:M 4—Jan Murray 5—Pilisword 9—Day in Com I 13—Password l»3« 4—Loretta Young B—House P*('y *—Topper 13—House Parly 2:00 4—Young Dr. Malon* 5-13- Millionaire 9—Number Please 2:30 4—Award Theatre 5-13— verdict IB Sour* fl—Seven Kn.-t 3:00 4—Make room for Daddy 5-13—Brighter Day B—Queen fo: A Day 5-13—Secret Storm - 4—Here's Hollywood 5-13—Edge of Night 9--Who do you TrustT 3:55 4—News 4:00 4—Kukla and OHle 5—Early Show, "Good Mornlnf Judge" 8—American Bandstand 13—News 4:05 4—Mr Magoo 4:10 13—Weather 4:13 4—Picture of the Day, "Arch of Triumph" 6—Early Show. 13—Kracyko's Komedy Klub 4—Picture ol the Day 9—Torey. Popeye, and Friends 13— Cartoons 5:00 4—Picture of the Day 5—Early Show 9—Popey* 13—Roy Rogers B:30 4—Higuv.ny Patrol 5—Early Show 9—Popeye 13—Kansas Afield 5:40 13—Sport* WUB Def Nelioa 5:M IS—Butnesa New* 5:55 0—Sport* 13—Weather with Gordon Jump «:00 4—New* 6— News with Harold Hack 9—Huckleberry Hound 13—New* with Don HarrlioB 4—New* 5—Weather, with Johnny Tales 0:15 4— Huntley-Brinklej Report 5-13—News with Douglas Edward* 0:30 4—Outlaws 5-13—Frontier Circus 9—Wyatt Earp 7:0n 4—Outlaws 5-13—Frontier Crlcus 9—Donna Reed 7:30 4—Dr Klldare 5-13—Bob Cummings 9—Real McCoys i:0» 4—Dr Klldar* 5*13—Investigators 9—My Three Sons 8:30 4—Hanel 5-13—Inveetigators 9—Jim Backus. - 4—Sing Along With Mitch 5-13—CBS Reports 9— Untochables 9:30 4—Sing Along With Mitch 5-13—CBS Reports 9—Untouchables LO-.oo 4-0-9-13—New* 10:10 4-&—Weather 10:11 4—JacU Paar 6—Five Star Theater, "Passage to Marseille" •—Peter Gunn 13—Weather 10:20 13—Sport* witb D*» NclsoB 1«:30 4—Jack Paar 5—Five Star Theater t —Peter Gunn 13—Jchabod and Me 10:43 9—Big Show, "The Bowery" 11:00 4- -Jack Paar IV—Five-Star Thestr* t—Big Show 13—Movie, "This Marriage Business" 4—JacH Paar S—Five-Star Theatr* 9—Big Show. 13—Movletime U.S.A. 13:00 4—Reporter's Scratchpad o-TJntty Dally Word 13—Movie J.'JslO 6—Late Show, "Good Morning Judge" b':00 Channel 9 — "Man From Cochise." A bank is held up and the bad guys get away. 6:30 Channel 9 — "Steve Allen." A good lineup of talent, or Channel 4 - "Wagon Train." A woman, just wandering along the trail, joins up with the wagon train, or Channels 5-13 — "Alvin." 7:00 Channel 5 — "Talent up." Round- 7:30 Channel 9 - "Top Cat." There is a diamond theft, or Channel 4 — "Joey Bishop.' Joey gets a lot of help on the project of finding a girl friend, or Channels 5-13 — "Checkmate. 1 ' 8:00 Channel 4 — "Perry Como.' Actress Shirley Booth and Gloria De Haven, singer-actress, are guests. Perry salutes the state of Missouri, or Channel 9 — "Hawaiian Eye." A gangland boss is saved from hanging. ourages the child from making confession in order to escape thtj onsequences of his »cts will ban- > licap the court's effort to help th« hild. It is • general assumption that a child in court should have »n attorney. Undoubtedly, this is rue where there is a question of material fact or a question of aw. But whether in reality the jresence of counsel is the boon to justice that the legal profession :laims depends to a large extent on the lawyer. Competent attorneys with social perspective can be of infinite value to a child for they will advise their clients to seek what is best for the child, rather than just trying to win what the clients want yet shouldn't receive. But an attorney with little social conscience who is mentally myopic and believes he must earn his keep by winning his case with ! any means at his disposal, and that he is a success if "the kid n this episode. 9:00 Channels 5-13 — "Little Lost Sheep," a drama, in which Hans 'onreid and Jane Wyatt are starred, or Channel 9 - "Naked City," a governess talks — to the po- ice, or Channel 4 — "King of Diamonds." There's an attempt to do some smuggling. 9:30 Channel 4 — "David Brinklfiy's Journal." Late movies include "Reaching For the Sun," 1941, Joel McCrea, Channel 5, 10:45. May Keep Lion In Basement GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP)Thor, a 200-pound African lion, in a y remain in Woodrow W. Woodhouse's basement. The city commission went to Woodhouse's aid Tuesday and passed a law allowing wild animals inside the city limits providing the owners get a permit. Woodhouse purchased the lion from a zoo. News that Woodhouse was keeping Thor leaked out recently when the jungle cat bit his owner. Ottawa Herald 108-101 ». Main Published dull; except Slmaaj and Holidays. Second data pontage at Ot tawa, Kanaai. Robert B. Wellington Editor And Publisher Subscription rates to trade area— By mail, one month .83; three months, t-: six monthg. JO. 75; one year, |7. Subscription rates outside trad* area —By raall, one month, tl.30; three months »4.:S; els month*. 18.00: on* year, 116.00. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Preaa I* entitled ex oluslvely to the use tor publication ol all the local news printed to the news. paper u wall •* all AP new* 41a> »*ick. Picasso Honored By Exhibit By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Pablo Picasso who was 80 recently was wished a happy birthday by UCLA with one of the most comprehensive exhibits of the world's greatest living artist. "Bone fete, Mosieur Picasso" is the name of the exhibit, and the artist sent a reverse birthday gift in the form of a special painting. The showing also features a purloined Picasso, recently reclaimed from an art thief, plus gems from the collections of the movie crowd. I dropped by the Universal Art Gallery for a review of the show and was escorted through it by the director, Frederick Wight. He reported that the idea fir the exhibit came from Beveri. Hills art dealer Frank Perls, a Picasso friend who felt some observance should be made of the artist's four-score years. The UCLA Art Council agreed and started seeking Picassos from Southern California residents and museums. The works came in ample number—45 oils, 67 water colors and drawings, 63 prints and a scattering of ceramics. "The only thing we're missing is sculpture," said Wight. The exhibit boasts a brand-new Picasso, arranged by friend Perls. The literal-minded might take it 'or a nursery-school scrawl, except for the inscription: "For U.C.L.A. — Picasso — Cannes 3.5.61." "It's a scribble," Wight conceded, "but it's obviously the scribble of a genius. I would call it an infinitely charming, engaging sketch, In a sense, it is a great man's signature and so serves its purpose. It isn't meant to be the Sermon on the Mount." Wight sees a figure waving his hands in the sketch. It looked to me more like a bouquet atop an axle spring. Whatever it is, it is selling like all of the Spanish-born, left-leaning artist's work. A hundred capitalists have already bought up the supply of signed lithograhs at $200 per. Proceeds from the sale, as well as ticket sales, will finance art scholarships. Among the loaners: Mrs. Gary Cooper, Vincient Price, Billy Wilder, William Goetz, Ernie Kovacs, Gregor Piatigorsky, George Cukor. Also David Bright, who contributed one of the Picassos stolen from him this year. "Close-Up" Focus On Automation !?• CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The 20th Century problem of automation, (now spreading inexorably into wider job areas with the development of sophisticated machines and computers, was explored effectively by television Tuesday night. The program was ABC's excellent "Cuce-Up." It focused on the efficient machines tirelessly baking pies, sorting lemons, packing pills, even skinning slaughtered animals. And then, with sympathy, it moved to the men thrown out of work and often onto welfare rolls by improved manufac- I welfare. When this happens, the I juvenile may believe he has "beat the rap", becomes more con- temptious of the law and carries on his delinquent pursuits. What is a hearing for but to learn the truth? Should a separate ethic prevail in the courtroom? Justice is a noble concept. But if justice is all we are looking for regarding children then it might as well be handled by any criminal court. But the juvenile court was intended to do a great deal more than mete out due process of law and fair legal treatment. If the juvenile court is, as Roscoe Pound says, the greatest forward step in jurisprudence) since Magna Charta. then it must strive to protect not only the child's constitutional rights but also the supra-constitutional rights ... the social, moral, mental, psychical, economic, ethical and natural rights which are the birthright of every American child. Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri., 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties Mon., Tues., and Thurs. 2nd and Main CM 2-9704 Hurry! Ends Tonight Box office opens 7 p.m. Feature Shown 8:00 Only turing techniques. As one U.S. senator summed up the automation situation: We are producing workers faster than jobs; products faster than product consumers: more work but more unemployment. The solution: none really, for the poorly educated and unskilled, but job retraining for skilled and semi-skilled. And for the younger generaton, advice to stay in school and learn as much as possible. DIVERSIFIED SERVICES, INC. Sandra' DEE John GAVIN- TEU.MB Tittle •xc/uaV* national distributor for • FIVE MUTUAL FUNKS • ONE FACE-AMOUNT CERTIFICATE CO. strwkts f w • pro«p«cftw-book/«)> and infoi-motim writ* «r tall flaxen L. Richardson Zone Manager 1438 8. Hickory Phone CH 2-27T3 also ask about A practical approach to life htsuraiKO Startj TOMORROW Box office opens 6:30 p.m. Shown 7:00-9:45 NIKKI-half-dog, half-wolf, bis courage and cunning a legend in an untamed land! TECHNICOLOR* SYNDICATE LIVE Mvusinn sumcH, MC Mm JWES OUVER CURWOOD Retailed by BUENA VISTA OlHtlbutlon Co. 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