The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on November 2, 1961 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Nov. 2, 19B1 NEW CO-OP OFFICERS — Elected officers of Kansas Cooperative Council's District 9 last night are (from left) Lyle E. Grier, Ottawa, vice chairman; Larry Lefholz, Lawrence, reelected chairman, and Clarence Gillispie, Gardner, secretary. (Herald Photo) News Briefs Stanley F, Ricker, senior from Ottawa, is principal string bass in the University of Kansas' symphony orcehstra. He also is principal bass in the little symphony orchestra which will begin the season with a concert at 8 p.m. Nov. 15 in Swarthout Recital Hall. Janice Newficld, Ottawa, has won one of the $100 prizes in the Martex Scholarship Award Color Contest. Entrants were required to submit a 25-word statement on the color they prefer in their bathroom, and why. Progress Costs, Co-op Men Told Reapportion Suit Is Filed TOPEKA (AP)—A suit has been The terrific cost of progress, to vey the extension service is con-! filed by four prominent Kansas small farmers, small businesses, i ducting in Kansas under the rural small communities and small school districts, was outlined last night at the Kansas Cooperative newspapermen in an effort to area development program. He force rca p p ortionment of the Kan- said the survey in Rice County i sas Lc g is i a t ure on a basis of pop- showed a gradual decrease agriculture, communities and governments. Dr. Ringler said that the depar- Council's District 9 meeting at j people, number of farms, homes Oak Lodge. j and businesses since the early Dr. W. E. Ringler. assistant di-11900s. rector of extension service, Kansas Slate University, told the coop men and women that it appears Kansas will have to give up more small communities, more small farms, more small schools in the changes that progress brings. He suggested that members of the audience keep their eyes open for the changes. District 9 re-elected Larry Lefholz, Lawrence, chairman, and named Lyle E. Grier, Ottawa, vice chairman and Clarence Gillispie, Gardner, secretary. in ulation. Filing the action in Shawnee Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Cub Scouts, Den 1, Troop 74, of Garfield School, visited the Humane Society Animal Shelter Wednesday accompanied by their den mother, Mrs. Charles Gillette. The boys were Mark Gillette, Randy Brownrigg, Terry Nesbit and David Hermreck. Turkeys, fresh oven dressed Murphy's Turkey Farm. TU 3-6618 Adv THIS ONCE WAS A CAR - Late model compact car was split in half when it rammed utility pole in New Orleans Wednesday. Front of car rests against tree, right, while other half came to rest 40 feet away, left. One of three persons in car, 16-year-old James Lotl, was critically injured. County District Court were John Xr,' 1 ' • j .,, iP. Harris, editor and publisher of The survey is concerned with . n < the Hutchinson News; Peter MacDonald, associate publisher; John Where the latter is concerned.! M 'Cormally, associate editor, and j Ernest Johnson, editor and pub- i lisher of the Olathe News. ture of people has put small, lo-i cal governments in a bind by reducing their tax bases. He said farms would become larger still, and more spe- They seek to enjoin the secretary of state and the county clerks of some of the state's larger counties from performing statutory Ottawa city officials last night j granted a request by the Ottawa Jaycees for the right to hold the annual light bulb sale on Main Street next Wednesday evening. The sale booth will be in the 200 block on South Main in front of the .1. C. Penney Store from 7 to 9 p.m. Hattie Death Toll Continues To Climb Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv cialized; that local governments 1 election duties until the Kansas ' Senate and House are reappor- Dr. Ringler reported on a sur- i industry. would have to become more efficient; that a better understanding must be developed between rural and urban people, and that the slate will have to get more tioned. The suit seeks to require the state Senate and House to be elected by the state at large until rcapportionment is accomplished. Statements By Defendants Admitted In Murder Trial Upland Game Bird stamps, $1 each, are being sold at the following places, according to Bruce Spears, county clerk: Brown, Ottawa and Budge Hardware Stores and Cannady Supply of Ottawa; Coughlin Furniture, Wellsville; Sutherland Grocery, Williamsburg; Ball Grocery, Rantoul; Phillips 66 Station, Pomona; Farmers Co-Op, Richmond, and Lane Lumber Co., Lane. First Baptist Rummage Sale, Church Basement, Nov. 2, 3, 4. Adv. BELIZE, British Honduras (AP) —Rescue workers counted more than 100 dead and thousands The death list included 40 at Belize; 25 at Stancreek, the British colony's second biggest town; homeless today in shattered Cen-' 20 on Turneffe Cay, and 14 on tral American coastal towns ravaged by Hurricane Hattie. The death loll was expected to rise higher. Harassed officials so far were unable to estimate the number injured by the hurricane which roared across this British colonial capita] early Tuesday with tidal waves and winds up to 200 miles an hour. Caulker Cay, islands off the British Honduras Coast. The Guatemalan government reported five killed in the jungle province of Pelen which borders British Honduras. Another death \vas reported on Honduras' northern coast. The hurricane broke apart j against the mountains of British j Honduras and water began to re- Hattic destroyed or damaged j cede from Belize Tuesday after an estimated 75 per cent of the j noon. With the recession came the buildings in Belize, a sea-level port of 31,000 which had little or no seawall protection. er following a meandering course across the Caribbean. Gov. Sir Colin Thornley de- j in annua | scc tiona] meetings. Teachers Elect Vice Presidents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas school teachers elected their vice presidents to the State Teachers Association Wednesday dared a state of emergency and j Warren Settles, principal of placed the colony under martial , Tunc(ion Ci(v }Vlh School, was ' aw - chosen at the Salina meeting, de- Police broke up mobs looting \ fcafin « Mrs - Mildrcd Barber of stores and arre.sted 20 persons. In Concordia. Mrs. Vcra Osborne, . . the vanguard of the looters were ' M £[ ier , son ' , w f , clcc '! ed to lnc some of the 200 prisoners re- KSTA board of directors. leased from the city jail as the ' Gcor R c M«"kcr. superintendent hurricane approached. nf schools at I'hilUpsburR, was the The towering seas that broke Havs sectional meeting's cho.ce over the city destroyed the pris- [ for V1CC president on. Mrs. Geneva Wheat of Medicine Twenty-foot waves rolled into j LwJ 8 e was picked at the Hutchin- the ground floor of Government j son meeting, succeeding Carl El- first flurries of relief supplies and House, the governor's residence i vcn, Haven. Ariel Pernll, Hutch- first accounts of the violent storm | which finally slammed ashore aft- and official headquarters, washed away all records. Heavy Death Hospital Notes General By DAYTON BLAIR RUSSELL, Kan. (AP)-A third statement by two teen-agers charged with murder was intro- L. B. Manufacturing, a division I of L. B. Wholesale Supply Inc., the key ring which had been drop-, nesses yet to call. One is a bal- j Cleveland Ohio, has filed suit in lislics expert. j County Court here against Royal ped in a field near US 40. The agent said tbat York told him that the keys fit the pickup truck which had been driven by duced in their trial today despite the man thfiy had kj , led objections by court-appointed de : fense attorneys. . iV . The joint statement by George Ronald York, 18, Jacksonville, Fla., and James Douglas Latham, 19, Mauriceville, Tex., was made to Kansas Bureau of Investigation agents at Sale Lake City, Uta» June 11. In it the youths related the fatal shooting of Otto Ziegler, 62- year-old Oakley, Kan., railroad employe, near Wallace, Kan., June 9. Two similar statements made to Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, were introduced Wednesday. York and Latham are charged with first degree murder in Ziegler's death. They also are accused of six other slayings in four states last May and June although only the Ziegler case is being tried here. Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent Clarence Dunlz, of Hays, was being questioned on the third statement as Wednesday's session ended. Duntz and another KBI agent, Jack Ford, questioned York and Latham at Salt Lake City, Utah, shortly after their arrest in that state June 10. They also questioned the pair at After testimony is completed on thfy.statements, attorneys for the state will have four or five wit- It now appears likely that the trial which began on Oct. 3 will extend into next week. District Judge Benedict P. Cruise, who is hearing the case, indicated Wed- L. Kirkland, doing business as Kirkland Sheet Metal, Ottawa, for $87.74, according to court records. Robert Lee Castle, 33, Prairie sessions. Alabama Hires "Experts" To Prove Whites Superior nesclay he will not hold weekend j Village, posted $100 bond after i being cited by police early today on charges of being drunk on the street and having an open bottle accessible to the driver, according to police records. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP)The State of Alabama has hired a scientist and a lawyer to try to prove, the lawyer says, that white persons are superior to Negroes intellectually. JThe Montgomery Advertiser reported that approach to the race issue in today's editions. represent him in racial litigation as giving these details of the arrangement: Smith, with Patterson's approval, entered into an agreement | rence Friday through Sunday, ac- Witnesses Plan 3-Day Assembly Delegates from the Kansas City area will attend a 3-day assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses at Law- last February with Dr. Wesley Critz George, retired member of the University of North Carolina Mass Plea For Peace WASHINGTON (AP)—A mass plea for peace has been laid before the Kremlin and the White House by thousands of American svomen who held demonstrations here and in a score of other cities. The newspaper quoted attorney | School of Medicine faculty, to Ralph Smith of Montgomery, re- make a detailed sludv of anthro- tained by Gov. John Patterson to pological differences between the races. A newsman made the matter public after noticing a $3,000 payment to George from the gov- nors emergency fund. Smith said he and Patterson felt that "we should explore every avenue in our efforts to preserve racial segregation." He added: "I think that many people in the South sincerely believe that the mental capacity of a Negro is inferior to that of a white, yet these same people Sharon Springs, Kan., after they The women, holding marches! think that science has proved to were returned to stand trial. and other rallies Wednesday un- Duntz testified that after theirjder the label of a "strike for return to Kansas, the two were | peace," channeled their petitions taken to where Ziegler's body was found and that York led them to S L A V F, N S - Funeral Service for Alter Lina Slavens will be conducted from the Centropolis Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2: p.m. Interment in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. Cotoner'g CJ'I'I AH A. Iv the contrary. Actually, scientific data supports the contention that the white race, intellectually, is I superior to the Negro, and that is j the point we seek to make with this study." The report now is in draft form. It is entitled "A New Look at the Race Problem." cording to Thomas Woodmas, presiding minister of the Ottawa congregation. Eighteen congregations will be represented, including Ottawa The convention sessions are planned to assist all visiting delegates in their ministerial training to bring vital Bible instruction to communities. The meeting will be in commu nity building. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions comprising Bible talks, instruction and live presentations will be held. There will be a baptism of new ministers Sunday afternoon. Mr. Woodmas will address the delegates on the Saturday evening program on the subject, "The Ministry as a Career". There will be about 25 Witnesses from Ottawa and vicinity attending. Toll In Viet Nam Fightin SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) . i —Communist rebels using "hu-1 man sea" tactics were beaten j back with heavy losses by South Viet Nam paratroops in a bloody battle in Phuoc Thanh Province, Admissions Val Finney, East Bonn, 0. U : Mrs. Robert O'Connor, Paola; Joan Scott, Topcka; Roy Clark, 512 Willow; Mrs. Floyd Finch, Pomona; Wednesday. Ruth Elaine Roecker. Williamsburg: Roger L. Castecl, 300 As Births Mr. and Mrs. David E. Sutherland, ,'iOfl Ash, son born Wednesday, weight, 9 lb., I'/i oz. Apologizes To Adlai arK j ' inson, was named classroom teacher delegate to the KSTA I board. j Mrs. Dorothy Mason, classroom teacher at Pcabody, was elected > vice president at the Wichita sectional delegate assembly. A KSTA board member will be chosen by , ballot at the general sessions which opened today. To Sell 'Blithe FT. MONROE, Va. (AP)-Gcn. j „ . . , „. . James A. Van Fleet has apolo-; Spirit 1 ICKCtS gized to Adlai E. Stevenson for , , .. , . , . , . , Advance tickets for reserved statements concerning the United j seats at ottawa Community Thea Nations ambassador. i ter's presentation of "Blithe Spi- about 25 miles north of Saigon, a Mrs. Dclores Faye Smith, 325 military spokesman said today, i S ' Cedar - son born Wednesday, weight, 8 lb., 10 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Esther Addy, Paola, transferred to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City; Wednesday. Mrs. W. B. DeVilbiss, 742 S. 'Main; Mrs. George McRoberts, RFD 1, Princeton; Thursday. More than 100 Viet Cong guerrillas were killed and a large number of wounded carried off by Communist forces retreating into the jungle after the Wednesday fighting, the spokesman said. He said losses to the paratroopers were abut one-third those of the rebels. Three rebel battalions — about 1,000 men—took part in the ambush attack on the smaller paratroop unit, the military spokesman said. The Viet Cong tried to overwhelm the paratroops with three mass assaults "like the 'human sea' tactics used by the Chinese Communists in the Korean War," he said. Phuoc Thanh Province is in a jungle and rubber growing area that stretches in an arc north of Saigon. Local Markets through the First Ladies of the two great powers. They made their own delivery at the White House, and got assurance from the Soviet Embassy that the relay to Moscow would be carried out. Over the nation the rallies tok various forms. In New York some 200 women i Soybeans $2.19 held separate demonstrations out- Wheat 1.83 side the Soviet Union's U.N. dele- j Milo 1.60 gation building and the U.S. | R vft 90 Atomic Energy Commission op-1 Shelled Corn 1.10 erations office. Movie actress; E ar (; orn 1.0,1 Carroll Baker carried a sign Qats 75 reading "Children need milk j Barley 95 strontium free." ! Butlerfat 48, 43 "End the arms race—not the j Eggs, straight run 20 human race," was the theme "f|Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 placards carried by some 2.000 i Cocks 03 Fallout Moves Toward Alaska WASHINGTON (AP) - The Weather Bureau estimated the radioactive debris from the Russian superbomb was riding 30,000 foot winds over the Aleutian island chain toclav toward Alaska. who marched in Los Angeles. In Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Cyrus Eaton, wife of the industrialist who has met frequently with Soviet Premier Khrushchev, was among 50 who gathered in the public square carrying signs and passing out pamphlets opposing nuclear tests. In Chicago some 400 marched downtown and another 600 met in suburban Winnctka. Hens .09 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API Cattle J.- 81)11. calves 150: steady: good (.leers 23.50-24.25: utility and commercial rows 14.50-16.50: good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00. Hogs 4.000: barrows and gilts .slow, steady to 25 lower: sow* weak In 25 lower; harrows a'nd Kilts 1-3 19ii-l!50 lb 16.00-35; sows 1-3 300-100 Ih 13.15-18.25. Sheep 1.2n(i: all classes steady; good to prime lamb." 16.00-17.50: cull In good ewes 3.00-4.60; good to laiKj feederj 11.00-13.00. FRI. - SAT. - SUN. BUCK NITE at the HILLCREST DRIVE-IN Carload Only $1 2 Features & Cartoon Dismiss Two Divorce Suits Two divorce actions were dismissed and one divorce granted by the District Court yesterday, court records showed today. Dismissed were Kathryn Cook vs. Bobby Cook and Nancy C. vs. Albert D. Lowrcy. Flora M. Johnson was granted a divorce from Olan R. Johnson. Also in District Court, a title was quieted in the case of Cecil W. Schneider vs. Orrie A. Sheldon. Boy Hurt In Collision Sammy Wright, 10, 328 N. Cherry, suffered a cut lip and a bump over his right eye when the car in which he was riding was involved in a collision in the 300 block on South Hickory shortly before noon yesterday, police records showed today. Officers said the boy was a passenger in a 1953 car driven by Mary J. Cook, 30, also of 328 N. Cherry. The Cook car, headed south on Hickory, reportedly struck a 1961 car driven by Ethel V. Haley, 57, 7 Rockwood Dr., as the Haley car left the east entrance of the county parking lot, officers said. Both vehicles received major damages. No charges were filed. Ottawa Roller Rink Public Sessions Wed. and Fri., 7:30 to 10:00 Sat. nights, 8:00 to 11:00 Private Parties Mon., Tucs., and Thurs. 2nd and Main CH 2-9704 The comedy will be presented Nov. 16-18 in Municipal Auditorium. The advance tickets will cost $1.25. General admission ticketi will be sold at the bosoffice at The general, who had been | rit" will go on sale Friday at quoted as saying he would have J Wassmer's Clothing Store, fired Stevenson for his role in the ill-fated U.S.-supported Cuban invasion, said Wednesday night in a telegram to Stevenson: "My information from several sources regarding Cuba was evidently er-1 sh ' owt 'j m e "for "a dollar." roneous. i Van Fleet had been reported as I W^lltS saying Monday night in Lake-' land, Fla., that U.S. air cover of the Cuban invasion was called off at Stevenson's insistence. Stevenson telegraphed Van Fleet on Tuesday, asking him to correct what he called a "totally false" statement. "In view of your telegram, which I am glad to have," Van Fleet replied, "I stand corrected and am sorry for press statements which were, in fact, not accurate and completely out of context." In his telegram to Stevenson, Van Fleet said he had received Stevenson's wire from his Auburndale, Fla., office and that office was forwarding accounts of the meeting from both the Tribune and the Lakeland Ledger. In Communism LOS ANGELES (AP) - Induv trialist Henry Salvatori believei communism, like the weather, is to most people a formidable but only vaguely understood force— obviously capable of devastation, but through processes which' even many educated men do not comprehend. To control or counteract such forces, he says, you must know them. That is why Salvatori and his wife, Grace, have given $325,000 to the University of Southern California to establish a research institute on Communist strategy and propaganda. Salvatori is a USC trustee. NOW SHOWING Box office opens 6:30 p.m. Shown 7:00-9:45 >NU» DOG OF THE NORTH TECHNICOLOR* EXCITING CO-HIT Shown 8:20 Only of the Purple Reef SHRIMP NITE at the North American Coffee Shop Friday, Nov. 3rd ALL THE HOT SPICED JUMBO SHRIMP YOU CAN EAT $150 French Fries or Baked Potato Large Chef Salad (choice of dressing) Hot Rolls and Butter . . . Coffee included 1 Best Steaks from Coast to Coast EACH STEAK IS GUARANTEED. 12 oz. Rib Steak $1.85 8 oz. Top Sirloin Strip 2.00 12 oz. Top Sirloin Strip 3.00 24 oz. Top Sirloin Strip (for 2) 5.50 16 oz. T-Bone 2.75 Above served with Baked or French Fried Potatoes Tossed Green Salad Hot Dinner Rolls and Butter Buffet every noon 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. All you can eat 85c

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