The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 31, 1963 · Page 11
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 11

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1963
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- ...^.^if*,,**?,,.-.^**.*! 12 THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, January 31, 1963 DR. ROMAN BORSCH Joins Staff Of State Hospital OSAWATOMIE - The appointment of Dr. Roman N. Borsch as acting clinical director for the Osawatomie State Hospital has been announced by Dr. George Zubowicz, hospital superintendent. Dr. Borsch will assume his new duties Feb. 4. Dr. Borsch received his medical degree from the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1957. Following an internship and a year's psychiatric residency in Toronto, he became a fellow in the Menninger School of Psychiatry for four years of further study. After graduating from Menninger's last June, he joined the Osawatomie staff as chief of Adair section, the hospital's new $2Vi million treatment unit. To Observe Scouting Anniversary The 17,500 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorers of Kaw Council will observe the 53rd anniversary of Scouting during Scout Week, Feb. 7 to 13, with the theme, "Strengthen America . . . Be Prepared, Be Fit." They will join nearly 5,200,000 other Scouts and leaders in every part of the nation in rededicating themselves to the Scout Oath on Friday, Feb. 8, the actual birthday of the movement in America. 'This year the Scout Week observance will be conducted at the unit level," says J. Fred Thompson, Fairway, Kaw Council commissioner. "In this way we believe a boy's membership in the movement is more meaningful and colorful to him. "We also like to have every member invite another boy of his own age to attend the Scout Week meeting so that he may share the excitement of the program," said Thompson. The council's 170 Cub Scout Packs with 8,500 members each will conduct a Blue and Gold Open House, a potluck dinner with prospective members and their parents as guests. Newly - qualified Cub Scouts will be inducted. A skit, "How Scouting Began," will be put on by most packs. Parents' night meetings will be held by nearly all of the council's Boy Scout troops. Displays of Scout hobbies will be shown, and those who have progressed in rank will be honored at formal courts of honor. Emergency preparedness skills will be demonstrated by patrols, and patrol stunts, songs and games will precede a closing ceremony. HOPES TO MARRY SHEPPARD — Mrs. Ariane Tcbbebjo- hanns, above, says she hopes to marry Dr. Sam Sheppard who is serving life sentence for 1954 bludgeon slaying of his wife. The 33-year-old German divorcee says she is convinced Dr. Sheppard has been in prison unjustly for more than eight years. She is holding picture of Dr. Sheppard who is at Ohio Correctional Institution at Marion. Edgerton Pays For Fire Truck By BERNICE HOLDEN EDGERTON — The Edgerton rural community fire department exceeded its goal of raising $450 o pay off the balance owed on fire truck purchased in 1953. According to Carl Rebman, fire chief, a total of $540 was raised. The amount included a little more than $200 in donations. The remainder was cleared at an auction of articles donated by members of the community and sur rounding towns. The auction was Saturday night at the community hall at Edgerton, along with a potluck supper Rebman said the fire truck has been paid off entirely through fees and donations. Officers of the fire department are Frank Williams, president; Carl Rebman, vice president; E G. Brown, treasurer; Clarence Gillsespie, secretary and Fran cis McKaughn, Clarence Dwyer and Ted Thorne, directors. Kansas Teacher Average $5,095 WASHINGTON (AP) - A new survey of the nation's schools by the National Education Association shows about 877,000 are enrolled in public schools in Missouri. The average salary for teachers is $5,289 a year and the state's annual expenditure for public Dr. Rolando Rodriguez, staff psychiatrist on Adair section since January, 1962, has been named chief of Adair section. A fellow in the Menninger School of Psychiatry, Dr. Rodriguez' medical background includes a degree from Havana (Cuba) Medical School in 1951, residencies in pediatrics in Havana and at Harvard Medical School, private practice and a 2-year residency in psychiatry at Topeka State Hospital. schools is about $306 million. Thi works out to $404.92 per pupil. The' NBA survey showed 523, 000 enrolled in public schools i Kansas and the average salarj for teachers is $5,095. The state' annual expenditure for school was estimated at $190,350,000 o about $422 a pupil. Black Bear In Kansas? MEDICINE, LODGE, Kan. (AP)—The black bear, as a wild animal, has been extinct in Kansas since the 1880s. But is it? Several persons have reported seeing a bear on the loose in these parts. Two high school students are the latest to sight the animal, a half mile west of Medicine Lodge. What A Weapon He Concealed ST. LOUIS (AP)-When a patrolman stopped Thomas J. Koehler, 25, of St. Louis on a minor traffic violation Wednesday night, they asked a routine question: "Do you have any concealed weapons?" "No," said Koehler, "but some people might consider my hobby a concealed weapon." He opened the trunk of his car and proudly displayed a homemade cannon and 10 one-pound cans of black powder. Koehler explained he recently test-fired the weapon and had forgotten to take it out of the car. Patrolman Alfred Miller said the gun was two feet high, had a 33-inch barrel with a 2-inch bore and was mounted on wheels. Koehler, a painter, was jailed. The charge: Carrying a concealed weapon. Big Eight Tops In Meat Judging FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Oklahoma State placed first and Kansas State second in the intercollegiate meat judging contest at the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show Tuesday. In the five divisions of the contest, Kansas State was first in pork judging and beef grading. Actress Sues For Lost Gems NEW YORK (AP)—Actress Linda Christian—contending the Hotel Plaza failed to inform her it had a safe for valuables — has filed a $135,000 suit against the hotel for jewelry stolen from her room last Oct 25. Miss Christian, wife of actor Edmund Purdom, said a wedding ring from her late husband, Tyrone Power, was among the 26 pieces of jewelry taken. Cash Preferred Fluffo Plump Tender Lb 79e Can ' TC Vogel Popcorn Lbs. By Burglars CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP)— The sign on the safe read: "There's no money in this safe." Burglars apparently believed the sign and made no effort to open the safe, a Chattanooga contractor told police, but they made off with $6,500 worth of office machines and left a note. "Leave a few dollars next time." Allsweet Oleo Shurfine Grape Jelly 10-oz. «M^ ..Jar A3C Prem BACO N ..... LK 55c Pork Cutlets u, 69c Country SAUSAGE Lb 49c Gr. Beef 2 Lbs 99c AUCTION Household Goods 110 South Locust Street, Ottawa, Kansas Monday, February 4th Commencing at 1 p.m. Kenmore 30" gas stove, grille, full oven and broiler; Hotpoint electric refrigerator; living room tables; 2 end tables; coffee table; lamp table (blond) also matching desk; red formica top kitchen set, 6 chairs and table; German patio folding table and four chairs; Divan and chair; bunk beds and mattresses; chest of drawers; German bar and room divider; bikes (2); bulletin board; ironing board; floor lamp; gateleg table; double bed; complete barber set; Singer portable sewing machine; garden hoses and sprinklers; push type lawn mower; television antenna and wires; Philco portable television; National Stereo set, short wave, plays 4 speeds; garden tools, rakes, shovels, etc.; odds and ends of dishes; one electric fry pan; baskets; pails; hand tools; Hamilton Beach mixer-juicer. S.F.C. & MRS. HOHERTZ OWNERS Harold Stewart, Auct, Clerk: Peoples Nat'l Bank Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents Morton — Chicken, Turkey, Beef POT PIES 3 Shurfine Pork & Beans 2 & 25c Saitines Hunt's Tom 0 Sauce 3 Ore Ida Frozen Hash Brown Potatoes 2 Kraft—Cheese Velveeto Clerex Campbell's Tomato Tomatoes Cello Wrapped Lettuce Thank You — Cherry Pie Filling Betty Crocker Pie Crust Mix 10-oz. Size Ruby Red Grapefruit 5 PV~ 39c Roxey Dog Food 6 c ans 49c FAB .. I S 29c 1Sc Off Mrs. Tucker's 3-Lb Con SHORTENING qO« Shurfine Frozen ^^J J PEAS 2 !& z 39c Shurfine Frozen Spears of D'MAAA4*IS 4% 10-oz. ATL.^ Shurfine Frozen Broccoli 2 siM 15c Ff p^ 2 9^ 29c ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Taste-O-Sea OGG S I Perch FBI** St 49e Market I*™**""* 602 Maple Ph. CH 2-3442 We Deliver TREND 2 PMk 39e Faultless Starch •£: 45c At CHENEY SUPER MARKET ONLY 534 NORTH MAIN Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1 & 2 FREE LUCKY BUGGY VALUES A Winner Every 15 Minutes HERE'S HOW YOU WIN - Your basket will have a number -- We spin a wheel, You will win one each of these Lucky Buggy items FREE if you are the Winner and have them in your basket. •* ALSO CASH PRIZES every 15 Minutes WONDER ^ SANDWICH BREAD ........... 2 ™ 29c WONDER Apple Twist Sweet Roll .....»». 39c WONDER Hostess Finer Doughnuts ...... Pk g 39c BENNETT'S Town And Country !5i^y^M^^^™™^ SWIFT'S OLD MILL SAUSAGE ^.SSf 4 39c Tastemark Cottage Cheese 2 £. 49c Armour Star Franks ^ e c5T d 49c Kitty Clover Potato Chips K c £f PEPSI COLA 12-oz. Btls. . ...Ctn. of6 TASTEMARK MILK **-. 44c BENNETT'S FOREST PARK BUTTER u, 59c OHSE CHILI °"!S nd We GUY'S SALTED PEANUTS "£ 39c s-l i-*-' 5'; SUPER MARKET 534 North Main i Rl

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