The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 22, 1963
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6 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1963 Salary Bill */ By Senate. •' To House TOPEKA (AP) - Cigarettes, capital punishment and paychecks were the chief topics Monday in the Kansas Senate. The paycheck bill, a $660,000 measure boosting salaries for Legislators, was passed with only four opposing votes in the Senate and sent to the House. The measure would pay each legislator $4,000 in salary and expenses in a two-year period. Sen. Fayette E. Rowe, R-Columbus, introduced a bill to abolish capital punishment, terming it a "barbarous practice from the Middle Ages." The bill would eliminate the death penalty in . cases involving first degree murder. kidnapping and treason. The cigarette bill would put a ; floor under prices and give the di• rector of revenue power to suspend licenses of wholesalers and retailers who cut them. It was introduced by Sen. Donald S. Hulls, R-Lawrence, Sen. ; Tom R. Van Sickle, R-Ft. Scott and Sen. Joseph H. McDowell, D' Kansas City. Other bills introduced in the Senate Monday would: Prohibit the sale of liquor or ' cereal malt beverages to persons under 21. Allow the Kansas Highway Pa• trol to transfer clerical personnel ; in its license examination division " to a newly created division of the 'Motor V e hide Department. Twenty-five examiners would be » transferred to Patrol duty. FOR MORE MILK — Ed Call, Kansas State University extension dairy specialist, uses visual aids while talking on dairy feeding at yesterday's Crop and Dairy school at Masonic Temple. Howard Wilkins, crops and soils specialist spoke on weed control. (Herald Photo) General Walker Cleared OXFORD. Miss. (AP)-The federal government charges against has dropped former Army The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned by a reader. in Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker and six others arrested after the University of Mississippi desegregation riots last fall. U.S. Ally. H. H. Ray asked for the dismissal Monday several hours after a federal grand jury quit without indicting Walker. James H. Meredith—the Negro whose arrival at the University Sept. 30 ignited the riot—takes his final semester test today. The 29-year-old former Air Force sergeant has threatened to withdraw from the university after this semester unless campus conditions change. He has been the target of frequent harassment. The charges against Walker were dismissed by U.S. Dist. Judge Claude F. Clayton "with- Rayette Aqua Set and Aqua Net Professional Hair Setting Lotion Gel FREE with Purchase of Jumbo Aqua Net Hair Spray Reg. $3.50 Value $1.00 Wednesday Only—Limited Quantities SCOTTYSays: 'tonrifty.- Shop$COm»ndS*¥ir out prejudice." This means the federal govenment may reconsider them before the statute of limitations expires in five years. Walker, who commanded federal troops at Little Rock, Ark., during the 1957 desegregation crisis, was arrested in Oxford the day after the riot. He was charged with insurrection, seditious conspiracy, con- spiracy to impede and injure officers of the United States and assaulting, resisting and impeding officers. He denied the charges. Herd Brings $133,000 HIGHMORE, S. D., (AP) Rancher Bethel Frei's herd of 550 black Angus cattle, driven overland to market through bitter cold and icy winds, brought $133,000 at an auction in this central South Dakota town Saturday. Frei, members of his family and 10 drovers drove the herd 56 miles last week from Frei's 3,000 - acre ranch southeast of Pierre. Dollar Day SPECIALS DRESSES SKIRTS SWEATERS CAR COATS PANTS ROBES PURSES Price GLOVES JEWELRY Price Fall and Winter Clothes DOES NOT INCLUDE ENTIRE STOCK ALL SALES FINAL 44th ANNIVERSARY /*• * Zenith chassis is hardwired ... hand soldered without the use of plastic printed circuit boards. NO PRINTED CIRCUITS CONSOLE 9SO »q. tn. rect. picture area — IS" overall diag. meat. Thi PimhirtM • Mod*) K273S Fine Contemporary Furniture Styling-—^ 1 Super Target Tuner—Spotlight Dial— " Big 7" x 5" Quality Speaker. NO PRINTED CIRCUITS If everyone knew what all TV servicemen know almost everyone would choose Zenith. SPECIAL SALE PRICES All Zenith Models—TV & Stereo. We're jammed with a huge selection of special Zenith anniveisary sale models at sensa tional low prices. They Must Be Sold! For Best Selections, Cofne Now! Spe cial giant trades during this once a year sale. All floor samples and demonstrators will also be sold at drastic reductions It CMti N» Mtri Tt Own T*t Mil! WESTERN AUTO ASSOCT. STORE 109 S. Main Ottawa CH 2-3969 Guild Hears GuestSpeak The guest speaker for Trinity Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild meeting last evening was Mrs. Mary Black, retired missionary. She showed pictures and articles and portrayed the part of a Peruvian woman in the market place, telling of 'life in the schools and missions of Peru. The group voted a contribution to the Youth Tour fund of the church which is sponsoring Dun na Nitcher, and a $5 donation to the March of Dimes. It was reported there has been a good attendance at the three meetings of the School of Missions which have already been held. One session remains. Plans were discussed for a Mother's Day tea at the church. Other guests present were Miss Marjorie Collins and Mrs. Harold Yost. The hostess, Mrs. Frank Lehew, served refreshments. The Skilton Music Club meeting Wednesday evening has been changed to the home of Mrs. J. R. Henning. Roundabout Club hostess, Mrs. F. A. Trump, presented the lesson topic "The Artist as a Social Critic," for yesterday's meeting. The series of art lessons are from the Metropolitan Seminars in Art. Mrs. Sam Hubbard will be the next hostess, Feb. 4. AT LITWIN'S iff THEM NOW! BIG SELECTION OF MEN'S WASH 'N WEAR IVY SLACKS 100% Fine Cotton in polished finished textured weaves. Smartly tailored in Ivy Style or Beltless back models. Colors: Tan, Taupe, Olive, Black, Green. Nationally Advertised At 4.9S Waist Sizes 29 to 40 All Popular Lengths Buy First Quality Always 98c Ladies' Nylon Stretch PANTIES $1.98 SLIPS Cotton, Rayon, Krinkle, Krepe Sizes 32-42 $7.98 Boys' ^ Hooded $ PARKAS Sizes 10 -14 Only Choice of Stock To 29.95 Sale Winter Coats 4.98 Credit Price Women's Shirtwaist DRESSES New Spring Pastels Specially purchased and marked down from our stocks •- This group includes some of the most exciting styles of the season in a wide array of fine fabrics and colors. Come in today! Sizes 8 to 46. Choice 14.75 GIRLS' COATS $7_$ 7- $ 10 Beautiful transitional shirtwaist dresses in solid color cotton broadcloth with embroidery and clan plaid. Sizes 10 to 18; 14V 2 to 20y a . Choice 1.98 Boys 1 Hooded $ SWEAT SHIRTS Sizes 4 to 16 1.49-1.69 Nylon Stretch TIGHTS Sizes 4-6, 7-10 1.00 Fine quality nylon tights in a variety of colors. Perfect for winter. First Quality Seamless NYLON HOSE 2 For LITWIN'S

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