The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 14, 1963 · Page 4
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 4

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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thurtdty, Feb. 14, 19M NOT IN THE SCRIPT — Former President Dwight D. Eisen- howcr halted premature takeoff of 4-year-old Tammy and Terry Bell, right, Des Moines, after National Heart Fund twins had delivered floral valentine to Ike at his vacation home in Palm Springs, Calif. Script called for youngsters to stay around while Eisenhower said a few words in support of 1963 Heart Fund, but they had other ideas. Two years ago a heart operation restored Terry to normal health. "Destitute" Farmer Had A Fortune LATHROP, Mo. (AP)-Investigators found $31,100 in government bonds amid the clutter in which Herman Timm died at his dilapidated farmhouse. They're still looking through a jumble of trunks and boxes. Timm's body was found on his crude bed Tuesday night by his mail carrier, who noticed he hadn't picked up his mail since Feb. 7. James Souders, Clinton County coroner, said death, was from natural causes. Timm was 63 and lived alone and like a hermit in the Converse community south of Lathrop and about 35 miles northeast of Kansas City. He was presumed to be destitute. He sometimes carried a few coins in a little cloth sack. Sheriff William Ditto reported he had about $10 in cash. All the Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 bonds had matured, some of them a long time ago. Timm leaves a brother and two sisters—Hans Timm of Kansas City, Mrs. Mollie Hall of Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Edith Mitchell of Des Moines. Hope To Show Europe United States Is Right WASHINGTON (AP)-The administration's top specialists began today a detailed re-examination of this country's European No Separate Maintenance For Him MONTEREY PARK, Calif. (AP) —Lydia Nicholas was beginning to believe one could live only as cheaply as two. Her grocery bill was almost as high as it had been before she and her husband separated last December. And food was missing from her refrigerator. Mrs. Nicholas, 34, told police she thinks she found the answer Tuesday night. Her husband, Dale, 32, appeared out of nowhere, started a fight, tied her up and gagged her, she said. As he left, he told her he'd call police to untie her. A little later, police arrived. In the attic they found loaves of bread, cai., of food and other evidence Nicholas had been living there. "I never suspected it," Mrs. Nicholas said. "He was quiet as a mouse." Mrs. Nicholas swore out a battery complaint. Police are looking for Nicholas. BRING YOUR VALENTINE TO THE "CREME" TO DINE Arrange a real treat for the light of your life, Be she Mother or Sister or Sweetheart or wife, Give her flowers and candy, then make it a night With dinner at the "Creme", an unfailing delight! WILLIAMS DAIRY CREME Phone CH 2-9730 -- 1644 So. Main policy in the firm belief it will produce confirmation that the United States had been on the right track all along. The signal to take another look at official thinking on European integration, common defense and Atlantic partnership came from the White House after meetings Tuesday between President Kennedy and a select group of advisers. Although Secretary of State Dean Rusk and chief aides are expected to examine alternatives to the administration's philosophy on these basic issues in the wake of French President Charles de Gaulle's rigid resistance to progress on the road Washington suggested, there is no basis to presume any changes will come about, officials cautioned. Some authoritative informants went as far as to say there are no alternatives and that the United States must ignore De Gaulle and go ahead with the other European allies. Those sources described most the allies as being at least concerned over the French leader's Continent-centered attitude. The re - examination, officials predicted, will not produce any changes. in principles which boil down to two basic points: First, that European integration must continue toward linking Britain and possibly other nations to the European community of six; and Second, that the defense of the Atlantic community is indivisble and can be achieved only through an Atlantic alliance adequately equipped both with nuclear and conventional forces. Kennedy is reported to have asked for the views of former Secretaries of State Dean Acheson and Christian A. Herter, now the President's special trade negotiator; and of David K. E. Bruce, the U.S. envoy to London. Others in the White House talks were Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and Rusk. The issues, high-ranking informants said, must be solved primarily by the European nations and the United States has no intention of doing the job for them or giving them excessive guidance. On the other hand they hold that it is the administration's duty to make it unmistakeably clear to its allies what the U.S. position is —and that it remains unchanged despite De Gaulle's obstruction. STOCKING CAPSULE Did you ever know anyone who insisted on putting his right stocking on first? Some people think this is a good way to avoid headaches. Foolish? Of course! Most of us get headaches. But now we reach for one of the fast-acting pain relievers medical science has made available. A simple.remedy. But remember— not all headaches can be treated so casually. If the pain persists or is unusually severe, be sure to see your physician. And next time you need a prescription filled, come to us for quality compounding. Kramer Professional Drug Store Pharmacy 134 S. Main CH 2-2055 CH 2-3547 Professional BE- I I I I S A V E OK BARGAIN STORE "We Discount the Discount Houses" Mon. - Tues. - Thurs. - Fri. — 8-6 Weds — Sat. — 8-9 132 South Main CH 2-4187 S A V E I I I I Famous Brand MOTOR OILS 29c qt. Ironing Board Pads & Covers 49c Outside WHITE PAINT 1.99 gal, Boys' Hooded Sweat Shirts Reg. 1.98 $1.00 Boys- T-SHIRTS 3 Pair 99c • • I • • • • YARD GOODS SPECIALS 10,000 Yds. Just Arrived I • • I I I Values to 59c yd. .., Yds. $1.00 Values to 1.00 yd ................... yd. Values to 2.00 yd ................... yd. SPORTWEAR PRINTS ..... yd. 4VC BETTER SOLIDS .......... yd. 3VC GINGHAMS .............. yd. sttp lit ii tki softest Itithtrs aid lovelitst v e«lors / ^-^ ^-^. jg&^L Women'-s and Children's 2 PAIR I WASH CLOTHS 10 For 59c Men's White WORK SOCKS 5 pr. 77c Men's Boxer SHORTS 3 pr.... $1.00 I I Men's 2 Piece RAIN SUITS $4.98 Women's Canvas OXFORDS $1.99 American Made Women's BLOUSES 1.98 Value 97c 32 To 40 Women's Fancy V 2 SUPS 1.98 Value 94c Boys' Fancy Front BRIEFS 6 pr. $1 I I At CHENEY'S Farm Market Only 7536 So. Main Friday & Saturday, Feb. 15 & 16 FREE LUCKY BUGGY VALUES A Winner Every 15 Minutes FRIDAY 1:00 to 6:00 - SATURDAY 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 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 LUCKY BUGGY ITEMS WONDER 0 . _ _ SANDWICH BREAD ^ 29c WONDER Apple Twist Sweet Roll «* 39c WONDER Hostess Finer Doughnuts r k , 39c BENNETT'S Town And Country ICE CREAM .69c One Pound Roll SWIFT'S OLD MILL SAUSAGE Tastemark Cottage Cheese 2 Armour Star Franks One c,r d 49c Kitty Clover Potato Chips One Package Of Any Size PEPSI COLA TASTEMARK MILK BENNETT'S FOREST PARK BUTTER Lb 59c OHSE CHILI °: GUY'S SALTED PEANUTS ££ 69c 39e CHENEY'S FARM MARKET 1536 South Main

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