The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 12, 1963 · Page 5
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Mansfield And Humphrey Defend JFK Cuban Policy By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP)-Thc Kennedy administration, under heavy fire from its political opponents, is striking back at Republican critics of its Cuban policies. In the face of a fresh assault by GOP congressional leaders on "the inept conduct of our foreign affairs by the Kennedy administration," Sens. Mike Mansfield, D-Mont., and Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., have teamed to condemn what they called partisan and irresponsible charges. Mansfield, the Democratic leader, pointed his guns at New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Sens. Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y. and Hugh Scott, R-Pa. He told the Senate Monday that "irresponsible public utterances are playing dangerously with the fires of public emotion." Humphrey called on Republicans to make certain that "a rash of charges that cannot be substantiated by facts do not find their way into this chamber" or into the newspapers. "The people are worried, con cerned and indeed confused because of so many conflicting re ports," he said. He added that President Kennedy, the Defense Department and the Central Intel ligence Agency "have been frank and candid" in disclosing Soviet military strength in Cuba. Mansfield said Rockefeller wa well informed on Latin American affairs, but, "I must confess that I looked in vain for a contribution worthy of him" in the governor' comments on Cuba. Rockefeller has said the admin istration's disclosures about Cub; eft many unanswered qustions. le said that while Soviet soldiers and equipment- there may not >ose a military threat to the United States, they constitute a propaganda, subversive and possible military threat to other hem- sphere nations. • Mansfield flatly denied — as Scott had suggested — that there was any deal between Soviet Premier Khrushchev and Kennedy or the removal of American missiles in Europe in exchange for he withdrawal of Soviet missiles n Cuba. In a barb patently aimed at Keating, one of the most vocal critics of the administration, Mansfield told his colleagues he would be the last to suggest that members of Congress know less about matters pertaining to Cuba than the President, the Secretary of State and the Secretary of De- 'ense. "But I would suggest most respectfully," he said, "that the responsible course which helps rater than hurts the nation would »e for these well-informed members to take their inside, unimpeachable information on Cuba to the appropriate departments at the same time that they take it to the press galleries." INVITED—Shayne Schneider, University of Wisconsin freshman coed from Mamaroncck, N.Y., received invitation to rush Psi Upsilon fraternity at Madison, Wis. She was only rushee to turn up in spike heels and sheath dress. She tried pipe smoking to establish rapport with fraternity men. She said she was offered pin but decided not to accept any bids until she has seen some other fraternities. Harvesters Have Supper The Harvesters, a fellowship group of Westminster United Presbyterian Church held a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m., yesterday in Fellowship Hall of the church. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Max Ward and Rev. and Mrs. Frank Worthington. The hall was decorated in the Valentine theme. Mrs. W. R. Gamble had charge of the program which began with group singing of old songs, with W. B. Smith as leader. Several games were played also. Mrs. Guy Gibbs was accompanist for the singing. Mrs. John Lawrence presided at the business session and Mrs. W. B. Smith had charge of devotionals, her theme being "First Things First." About 40 attended. TEMPERATURE MISSES—These Denver, Colo., girls portray winter weather this year in Denver area. On left, Carol Marr is attired for summer-like 70 degrees in area Feb. 7. A high of 76 degrees was registered in Denver on Feb. 5. On right, Margaret Schmidt still remembers 25 degrees below zero reading that hit Denver area about three weeks ago. Winter still has six weeks to go. In Uniform Completes Armor Training Pvt. Jerry W. Yost, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Yost, 634 N. Cherry, has completed basic unit armor (BUA) training in Company F of the 1st Training Brigade's 5th Battalion at the U.S. Army Training Center, Fort Cnox, Ky. As a tank crewman he participated in section and platoon evel tactical problems. The 18-year-old soldier entered he Army last August and competed basic combat training at Tort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Ottawa High School. Michael D. Cramer, Navy seaman apprentice and son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Meeks, 714 N. Oak, is serving aboard the heavy cruiser, USS Helena, which was aart of the combined force of 20 ships engaged in Exercise Saddle Blanket early in February off the coast of Southern California. The 5-day exercise, held from Feb. 4 through Feb. 8, dealt mainly with anti-submarine warfare training. The operation centered around a fast carrier striking force, with its wide range of detection and strike capabilities. ea Fall and Winter Merchandise SHOP at BOB'S where you get the most for your sale dollar. Entire Stock Not On Sale. Normal Alterations Free ..pthesshop - LorenLokmer - 217 S.Moi» Mysterious Crater Draws A Crowd ATTICA, Kan. (AP) - Thousands of persons have driven into the area north of Attica for a look at a mysterious crater spewing natural gas and salt water as high as 60 feet in the air in the middle of a rural road. The crater was discovered Thursday morning. It has gradually enlarged to a diameter of about 50 feet. Water from the crater was first fresh, but has been getting saltier. Thursday afternoon the salt content measured 18 per cent. By Saturday it had reached 58 per cent indicating the flow was from a great depth. Kansas Corporation Commission officials have organized a search for plugged, abandoned oil wells to determine whether one has ruptured and allowed the gas to escape through the earth. Oil companies also are checking their wells in the area to see whether any casings might have broken. The nearest producing well is about a quarter-mile from the crater. About 10 craters, ranging from a few inches to 12 feet in diameter, appeared south of the main crater Thursday and Friday but subsided Saturday. Residents of Attica are worried that fissures in underground strata may allow their deep water wells about a mile north ot the crater to become contaminated. Dog Joins Line Of Pickets SOUTH GATE, Calif. (AP)-A dog joined the pickets in front ol the Society for Prevention of Cru elty to Animals facility. "Little dog, big beef," read tb sign on the dog Friday. He belonged to one of the pickets. Their signs complained that the SPCA is unfair to humans — because it won't recognize the AFL- CIO Building Service local as bargaining agent. The SPCA, a charitable, nonprofit group, says it won't negotiate with the union. The union claims 21 of 27 workers have signed cards asking for union representation. Forensic Meet At Wellsville WELLSVILLE — Lowe Frisbie, English instructor, is in charge of the Little Seven League forensic meet at Wellsville School today and tonight. Schools participating are Baldwin, Eudora, Gardner, Louisburg, Spring Hill and Wellsville. Wellsville students taking part are Lois Schendel and Omera Knoop, giving informative speeches; Susan Gleisberg and Judie Fiehler, interpretation of poetry; Johnny Ferguson, dramatic read-, ing, and Bonnie Bivins, interpretation of prose. Pick Outstanding Kansas Farmer KINGMAN, Kan. (AP) - Roy Schoen of Dodge City, 34-year-old father of three children, was named "Kansas Outstanding Young Farmer" Sunday. The event was sponsored by Kingman Jaycees and Kansas L-P Gas Association. Second place went to Norman llaude Bauer, Harper. E. Paul Joles, Moscow, placed third. Going Same Way, Collide Headon IOLA, Kan. (AP) - A headon collision between two motorists both en route from Moran to lola on U. S. 54? It happened. Robert Welch was about a half mile west of Moran when his car skidded end for end on an icy strip and slid into a ditch headed east. As he stepped out of his vehicle to survey his dilemma, Jerry Jefferies, also westbound, approached. His car skidded on the same icy spot and went into the ditch hitting Welch's car head on. Both Welch and Jefferies are Iowa Junior College students. Neither was injured. Boy Does Mans Job In Fire LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Fire broke out in a Lawrence home Saturday. The man of the house was five - year - old Howard Walker. The youngster doused the flames with a bucket of water, calmed three panic - stricken brothers and a sister, and called the fire department. The mother, Mrs. Howard Walker Sr., had gone to a store. When firemen arrived they found no flames—only a house full of smoke. Assistant Fire Chief Clarence Flory said a broken water line apparently caused a shortrcircui! in an electrical line and some window curtains ignited before the fuse blew out. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Feb. 12. 1963 NFO, Union Join Hands KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) -• The National Farmers Orgamza- ion and the United Packinghouse Workers of America have agreed to cooperate in working for co»> mon goals. ' The 600 delegates meeting ta Kansas City Saturday voted unanimously to oppose Missouri's pro* posed right-to-work law, and to fight a Farm Bureau proposal pimed at curbing collective barf paining by producers. ? In panel discussions during the first general conference between the two organizations, both group! admitted there had been distrust of each other and they needed better understanding of each other's problems. Allen Spurgeon of St. James, Mo., a member of the NFO national board, said "farmers in the past have been afraid they would lose their independence by organ* izing, but agriculture must organ* ize if it is going to survive." Public Sale Will sell at Public Auction at the farm located 5 miles south and 1 mile west of Rantoul or 4 miles northwest of Lane, Kansas on Thursday, Feb. 14, 1963 Starting at 1:00 P.M. CATTLE — 5 head of Shorthorn and Whiteface cows; 3 head of 2 year old steers. MACHINERY — 1954 model W. D. AUis Chalmers tractor and cultivator; Case 2-bottom 16" plow; John Deere 2-bottom 12" plow; Case side-delivery hay rake; Case corn picker; John Deere manure spreader on steel tumble bug; hammer mill; Colby wagon and bed; some horse-drawn machinery and junk. GRAIN AND HAY — 200 bushels of ear corn; 200 bales alfalfa and prairie hay. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Frigidaire electric cook stove; table and chairs; and other articles too numerous to mention. FLOYD CARTER ESTATE MRS. MILDRED M. HIGDON, Administrator Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Auctioneers: Myers Bros. Clerk: First National Bank, Ottawa. 'fti/TH ANNIVERSARY Zenith chassis is handwired ... hand soldered without the use of plastic printed circuit boards. NO PRINTED CIRCUITS fi SPACE COMMAND* AUTOMATIC REMOTE TV TUNING 23" CONSOLE TV tq. in. net. picture «r«a — H" ovtntt diug. men*. NOW . . . tNJOY CQMPLITt JUMorr TV TUN/NO Just preti button to ch«n|t channels— adjuit volume— mutt sound— turn TV on A off. No wiros— cords— batteries. Automatically adjusts to cliar focus! fkclirwick • Drill K3342 Graceful Transitional Cabinet In Genuine Veneers t Select Hardwood Solidi. _ . SPECIAL s AKWUietAO^J PRICES All Zenith Models--TV & Stereo Were jammed with a huge selection of special Zenith anniversary sale models at sensa tmnal low prices Ihey Must Be Sold 1 For Best Selections Come Now 1 Special giant trades during this once a year sale All floor samples it demonstrators will also be sold at drastic reductions t-'i A STYLE FOR EVERY HOME...FOR EVERY POCKETBOOK Western Auto Assoct. Store 109 S. Main Ottawa CH 2-3969 BOYS! fun, fame and adventure await you in the '63 Soap Box Derby WHAT IS THE SOAP BOX DERBY? It's called "the world's greatest amateur racing event." It's for boys only, 11 to 15 years of age as of August 1, 1963. Now's the time to start building your racer so you can get in the running to win. Local winners get a $500 bond plus a trip to Akron, Ohio, to compete in the 1963 Ail-American Derby and perhaps win a share of $30,000 in college scholarships. HERE'S ALL YOU DO TO ENTER. Ask your Mother or Dad to go with you to a nearby Chevrolet dealer and get your free Official 1963 Soap Box Derby Rule Book and Brochure. That's where you purchase your official soap box racer wheels and axles, too. There's nothing more to it. Best of luck to you! SPONSORED BY Moore Chevrolet-Olds., Inc. and Ottawa Jaycees

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