The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 19, 1963 · Page 5
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^&$#»ftpf«0w^^ LAMB COULDN'T WAIT FOR LUNCH PERIOD - A girl whose name isn't Mary has a little lamb that followed her to school. Actually, Pinky, 5-days-old, didn't follow Susan LaVallcy. 6, to school—it came in family car. Susan eyes teacher while giving attention to Pinky's milk feeding in her North Adams, Mass., classroom. Lamb, decked out in red ribbon and bell, just couldn't wait for children's lunch period and only Susan understood Pinky's bleat. Richmond News Name Student Council For Joint District 10 By MABEL CHANDLER Student Council officers for joint High School District No. 10 are David Rukes, Princeton, president; Mike Kuder, Lane, vice president; Lois Dalton, Lane, secretary and Kathy Purvis, Richmond, publicity agent. , Walter and Roger Perkins received a shipment of heifers Tuesday. ; Arlene Mersman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mader, Mr. and Mrs. August Lickteig and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lickteig were at Fort Scott to attend the capping of Carmen Lickteig in the Chapel at Mercy Hospital. Mmes. Charles Southerland, Ed Starr, Robert Heistand and Hazel Pullman and Miss Mabel Chandler represented Anderson County at the meeting of the Eldridge Hotel in Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rayne were chosen supervisors at the New Youth Center that will open March 1 on Fifth Street in Garnett. Steve Dunbar told of his experiences at the Citizenship Seminar attended under Farm Bureau sponsorships, at the MYF meeting Sunday evening. Mrs. Charles Edwards has written from Nokomis, Fla., that her sister, Mrs. Jim Ellis, her husband and son, who live at Wichita, flew down for the weekend. Before returning Mrs. Ellis and son will fly to Uruguay, S. A. for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Nickel, wh are missionaries there. Mrs. Ray McLees, and Clifford Carey were hostesses at the WSCS meeting Thursday after noon. Mrs. Marguerite Roberts had the worship service. Mrs. Loren Snider gave the lesson "Neighbors, Around the World." Pictures were shown that Glen Johnson took in Camgodia" and of foreign student at Georgia Uni versity, Athens, Ga. Twenty were present. The evening SWCS group met with Mrs. Edwin Horstick. Mrs. Albert Dunbar was co-hostess. Mrs. George Dietrich had the worship service, and Mrs. Melvin Stockard the lesson. Mrs. Lefa Higdon was a guest. A crowd of 130 attended the Lions-Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting at Fellowship Hall Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hume, Paola, were guests. They showed pictures taken in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lickteig have named their daughter, born Feb. 6 at Anderson County Hospital, Marilyn Kay. Europe Won't See JFK On TV WASHINGTON (AP)-A plan to give European television-radio audiences a conversational closeup of President Kennedy has been shelved temporarily, in part because of new friction among the Western Allies. Whether the interview type program will ever come to pass is an open question. White House sources, once hopeful of a January broadcast, said today negotiations with European networks have been suspended, but only for the time being. "We'll take another look at the situation in April," one official reported. The oriignal idea was to pattern a Europe-only television-Radio show after the Dec. 17 "Conversation with President Kennedy" aired by the three major American television and radio networks. its fun to ride theTtdSmi Travel on "T6e Tutsan" streamliner to Kansas City or Chicago in comfortable "stretch-out" seat chair cars. Also "Big Dome" lounge (Kansas City-Chicago only). GOING SCHEDULE The Tulsan Lv. Tulsa 7:15 a.m. Lv. Ottawa 11:00 a.m. Ar. Kansas City .12:10 p.m. The Chicagoan LT, Kansas City .12:25 p.m. A* Chicago 8:00 p.m. RETURNING SCHEDULE The Chief Lv. Chicago .... 9:N a.m. Ar. Kansas City . 4:35 p.m. The Tulsan Lv. Kansas City . 4:55p .m. Ar. Ottawa 5:50 p.m. Ar. Tulsa 10:00 p.m. CALL: Santa Fe ticket Office. Phone: CHerry 2-1602, 1314 North Main St., Ottawa, Kansas. Ask about money-saving Family Fares NEWCOMER - This Sicilian donkey is just few days old and was born at Lee Richardson Zoo in Garden City. Holding him is superintendent Claude Owens. Animals are among smallest donkeys in world and are natives of island of Sicily. To Observe Anniversary WELLSVILLE - Open house will be at the Wellsville Bap tist Church Sunday, Feb. 24, from 2 to 5 p.m. to honor Mr. and Mrs Merle Todd whose 50th wedding anniversary is Tuesday, Feb. 19 The special observance, to whicl friends and relatives are invited is planned by the couple's chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nel sen, Leawood, and Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Todd, Overland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Todd have lived in Wellsville 14 years. Severance Tax Bill In Senate TOPEKA (AP) - Bills ranging rom an oil and gas severance ax «re to one that would create a tate director of higher education introduced in the Kansas enate Monday. They were among 58 thrown into ie legislative hopper as the Wed- esday cutoff date neared for ills introduced by individuals. The position of the director of i g h e r education was recommended in the recent Enrich re- »rt on the state-supported col- eges and universities. His salary ,vould be at least $28,500; his luties would include coordinating >perations at the schools. He would determine what postgraduate courses would be taught, and irevent duplication. He also would develop a plan or higher education and a long ange building program. The director would work under tie State Board of Regents. The oil and gas severance tax, ntroduced by Sen. Ralph Davi- ion, R-Washington, is similar to i law which was ruled unconsti- utional by the Kansas Supreme Court several years ago. Davison estimated it would bring in at least $4 million a fear. He said he hopes it will not be necessary to raise taxes this fear, "but if we do have one, I want the severance tax to be con- idered along with any others." Other bills introduced in the senate would: Give the Kansas Corporation Commission additional authority over underground storage of na- ural gas. Lower the intangibles t a x to Vi per cent, from 5 per cent of value of stock and other evidences of debt and 3 per cent of earnings. Plug a loophole in the present tax law. Proponents said it would yield up to $500,000 annually. Amend the law relating to care of crippled children to include those afflicted with cystic fibrosis. Allow auto insurance companies to cancel policies only by certified mail, except in cases of nonpayment of premiums. Realign the 2nd and 3rd congressional districts by putting all of Wyandotte County in the 3rd District. Eliminate the authority of the state barber board to set minimum prices. A proposal to establish scholarships was denounced in the Senate' as another case of "give-me- something-for-nothing." Despite the attack by Sen. Paul A. Lamb, R-Caney, and other senators, the bill was recommended for passage. Proponents said it would be a means of making better use of private college facilities in the state. The Senate also gave tentative approval to transfer of driver's license examinations from the Highway Patrol to the Motor Vehicle Department. A bill creating a county bridge loan fund was approved for final passage. It would make available $2 million in highway department funds for loans to counties. WellsviUe WSCS Meets In New Hall WELLSVILLE - Giving the lesson for the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Wellsville Methodist Church Thursday, Feb. 14, was Mrs. Raymond Cobb, who opened with a prayer giving thanks for the privilege of meeting in the newly consecrated Hays' Hall. In her devotions on "The Way of Love," Mrs. Cobb expressed thoughts on "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Race?" Mrs. Vernice Burbridge, Mrs. Nora Moore and Mrs. Jennie Lytle were on the luncheon committee. A valentine motif was carried out at the tables. Special guests were Mrs. Burton Smith and Mrs. Mary Black, Ottawa. Mrs. Marion Bosworth opened the business session by giving a World Federation prayer, following this with an explanation of The Tree of Life, the symbol of the World Federation of Methodist Women. The -business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Charles Pierce. Leadership Training WMS Topic WELLSVILLE — Emphasis was on leadership training at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the New Hope Baptist Church Thursday after noon, Feb. 14, with Mrs. Becky Kirchhoff. Mrs. Wesley Steven son was co-hostess. Presiding was Mrs. Ray Evers meyer, president. Roll call was answered by member and offi cer responsibility. "Am I A Goot Leader" was the subject of devotions given by Mrs. Tom Cham bers. During the business session money was voted for the state project at Bethel Neighborhoot Center. Plans were made for serving the dinner at the Pro fitt sale and to send needed cot ton material remnants to the Rev John Ward who works with the Indians in Nevada. The letter from the Associa tional White Cross Chairman re questing the material also told o Mr. Jackson of the Indian Mis sion at Keens Canyon, Ariz., be ing ill and hospitalized and Rev James Benny, Mesa Baptist Mis sion, being severely burned. A letter was read from the special interest missionaries, Rev J. C. Martins, Ongole, India. Th love gift dedication service given by Mrs. R. B. Shoemaker con tained excepts of a letter from the Martins. Mrs. Shoemaker gave the closing prayer. PANCAKE PRACTICIONER — Glenna Turner, who has been training for annual Liberal pancake race by running and riding bicycle for past two months, tries out pedicab to give Oriental touch to her workouts. Slowing her down by riding in vehicle, which came from Formosa, are her husband, Larry, and her 20-month-old daughter Barbara. Pedicabs are used in Orient as taxis. Glenna will be running in her first Pancake race Feb. 26. THE OTTAWA HERALD C Tuesday, February 19, 198J ••* Bethel-Centennial Open House For 90th Birthday By MRS. BEN BAKER Mrs. Nettie Smith, Lawrence, who formerly lived in the Bethel community, was. honored guest Sunday at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Garber. Open house was Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Smith's 90th birthday which was Saturday, Feb. 16. Among the friends and relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baker and Arlyss from this vicinity. Mr. Clarence Albright sponsor for the Bethel MYF Sunday evening. Ruth Schlotzhauer was the lesson leader. Other members present were Arlyss Baker, Twila Schlotzhauer, Stanley Fishburn and Alan Atchison. Missile Key In Italy Elections ROME (AP) — President Antonio Segni dissolved Parliament today and Italy headed for a national election in which the Polaris missile will be a campaign battle cry. Premier Amintore Fanfani's Cabinet scheduled the election April 28-29 with the new Parliament to meet May 16 . The Parliament lived its full life of almost five years despite repeated government crises. It was dissolved as cracks appeared in Fanfani's coalition of Christian Democrats, Democratic Socialists and Republicans, which had a majority in Parliament only because of the support of Pietro Nenni's left-wing Socialists. The more than 30 million voters must decide whether to continue Fanfani's left-leaning government. On their decision will depend Italy's role in the new nuclear strategy— substitution of Polaris submarines in the Mediterranean for Jupiter missiles in Italy and Turkey. U.S. officials reportedly have indicated a desire to provide an Italian base for the three Polaris submarines that will start patrol- ing the Mediterranean April 1. Washington is said to have put off the matter until after the elections. 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Not only for employees of the Brewing Industry itself, but also for the farmers and other suppliers of beer's natural ingredients. In Kansas, beer belongs — enjoy it UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. KANSAS DIVISION Unas Lean inside clean more room Rambler Car of the Year moron new MM/UIHt MWMD Full room for six 6-footers, "Plenty of headroom, legroom."J Curved glass side windows, amazingly easier entrance. The award reads, "for outstanding design achievement and engineering leadership." Motor Trend experts saw it in the "lean, clean lines," with "more room inside for increased comfort." Hailed Advanced Unit Construction "... will take punishment longer ... hold resale value." In ride, performance, long-life features, they found '63 Ramblers outstanding. See the value of the year, at your Rambler dealer. American Motors—Dedicated to Excellence DIGEST SUBSCRIBERS* « heck ,, y J?, ur Luck Y Dumber In Rambler's $2,000,000 "Going, UHaaai OUPawmOCHq. p) K «s" Giveaway, In February issue of Reader's Digest, page 24A.« AL BEETS MOTORS won.ii*

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