The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 27, 1963 · Page 12
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V4 THE OTTAWA HERALD •* Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1963 DidYouEver I*ear The One AboutThe... G. Robert Gadberry provided a lot of laughs in his serious speech at Monday night's C of C dinner. Have you heard these? On Women — They come in four sizes: thin, medium, plump and "Get a load of that!" The only man who really understood women died laughing before he could tell anyone. Science student upon seeing a pretty girl on campus after a lecture in which the professor noted that 94 per cent of the human body is water: "She's really doing all right with her 6 per cent." On religion — Two ministers appeared at the Gate before St. Peter, thinking they were in line for special consideration. But a couple of Internal Revenue agents received priority, because "They scared more hell out of some people in one year than the preachers did in 40." The minister at one church began a drive to collect clothes for a needy family in the congregation. The clothes were presented, and the family didn't return to the church. After several Sundays, the minister called on the family to inquire if something was wrong. "Oh no," the woman said. "We put on the new clothes, and we looked nice, well, we've been going to the Episcopal Church." On drunks — One was driving the wrong way on a one-way street. A policeman asked him if he didn't see the arrows. "Ar rows," said the drunk, "I haven't even seen any Indians!" A loaded fellow was taken to police headquarters and asked why. "For drinking," he was told. "Then lesht get started," he said. A man who drank a lot and often was asked if he didn't drink a lot. "No," he said, "I spill most of it." On little boys — One said he had seen a bear in the yard and his mother, who found out the "bear" was so-and so's dog, ordered him to go upstairs and ask God's forgiveness for lying. When the boy came down, his mother asked if he had done so. The boy said "yes" and that God had said it was all right because the first time He had Seen so- and-so's dog He, too, thought it was a bear. On C of C people identified as the "upper crust" — The upper crust is a few crumbs held together by a lot of dough. General — "We built a new home on the outskirts of our in come." Members of a church were dis cussing the proposed purchase ol a chandelier. One said he opposed it because: For one thing we cannot spell the word and so cannot order it. For another there's no one in our church who can play one of those things Finally, what we really need is a new light. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST LaSalle 75, Georgetown 72 Duquesne 78, St. Bonaventure 6J Providence 83, St. Joseph's 64 Holy Cross 64, Boston Coll. 59 Connecticut 102, New Hamp shire 72 St. John's 82, Massachusetts 7 Pittsburgh 68, Carnegie Tech 60 Perm 59, Temple 53 SOUTH Miami, Fla. 75. Stetson 60 MIDWEST Cincinnati 72, Xavier 61 Dayton 57, Miami, Ohio 53 William Jewell 101, Centra Methodist 75 Rcckhurst 90, Lincoln (Mo) 74 Kansas City U. 55, Richards Gebaur AFB 46 Kansas City National 82, Park 58 FRESHMEN Kansas 60, Kansas State 49 SOUTHWEST Texas 77, Rice 59 Texas Tech 99, TCU 87 Texas A&M 68, Baylor 54 Arkansas 82, SMU 79 (ot) Wichita 60, Texas Western 58 FAR WEST Oregon 83, Portland 75 Oklahoma City Star Injured OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)-Jim Miller, 6-foot-6 starting forward for Oklahoma City, has suffered i broken hand and will be unable t< play in the NCAA Basketball , Tournament, Coach Abe Lemon i said Tuesday, Lemons said Miller suffered th njury during a fight with Bol oland at West Texas Monday. ACROSS THE FINISH LINE - Mrs. Mary Barrington leads field to win Liberal's 14th annual pancake race run in contest with traditional Shrove Tuesday event at OIney, England. Mrs. Harrington's time was 1:05.6, bettering Olney's time of 1:10. Liberal's win split series, 7-7. WHO SAID THE BRITISH ARE RESERVED? - G. C. Littler, British consul at Kansas City, gives warm victory kiss to Mrs. Barrington after race at Liberal. At rear is Mrs. Vernon Bearce who placed third. At right is Grace Kostreva w!io finished second. EDITOR'S NOTE—Thirty years ago today, the Reichstag building in Berlin went up in flames, setting off a chain of Nazi crimes against the world. On hand was a veteran AP correspondent who is now chief editor of The Associated Press' German language services in Europe. This is his story. By RUDOLF E. JOSTEN BERLIN (AP)—It was a fantastic sight. The huge glass dome of the Reichstag building was aglow. * •' There was a sudden explosion and the glass cupola burst into ragments. Flames shot into the wintry sky. Sixty fire engines raced to the blaze. Hundreds of police and brown-shirted Nazi storm troopers encircled the area. The time: about 10 p.m.—Feb. 27, 1933. History books mark this as the ncident the Nazis used to unleash their reign of terror that led final- y to millions of dead in World War H. Since that date, no German Parliament has sat in the Reichstag building. The Nazis used another building. War wrought further damage. The old Reichstag has become a iymbol of the cold war which divides Germany, prevents the formation of an all-German Parliament and keeps Berlin from regaining its status as capital of [Jermany. Today, the Reichstag stands within yards of the Berlin wall built by the Communists who now occupy half the old capital and half of Germany. That- night the storm troopers refused to let me through although I showed my press pass. "I'm sure they set fire to it themselves," said a voice behind me as tens of thousands gathered to watch the blaze. Black limousines drove up. I saw Adolf Hitler, propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels and Hermann Goering. Four weeks earlier Hitler had been appointed chancellor by the aging Reichspresident, Field Marshal Paul von Beneckendorf und Hindenburg. The Nazis were not yet firmly Additional Sports Postpone Title Fight MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)—After several days of sparring between promoters, managers, advisers, press agents—and incidentally Sonny Ldston — the heavyweight championship fight between Listen and Floyd Patterson has been put off until April 10. Before anyone suggested publicly the wrangling over a postponement might be a gambit In attract national publicity, Listen's adviser, Jack Nilon, announced Tuesday that "he pulled a muscle and we've got X-rays to prove it." Liston, who has not made a public statement since the fight over the fight began, said through a spokesman that he would resume training today, six days after reportedly injuring his knee while swinging a golf club. "No matter what anyone says, we wanted this fight on the fourlh (of April) as originally scheduled," Nilon insisted. Pro Basketball Tuesday's Results San Francisco 128, Boston 112 New York 125, Los Angeles 110 St. Louis 114, Cincinnati 107 Today's Games New York at Cincinnati Los Angeles at Syracuse St. Louis at Chicago Thursday's Games Syracuse vs. New York at Detroit Chicago at Detroit $100,000 For Mantle? FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Mickey Mantle probably will join Willie Mays in the $100,000 salary class today. The American League's Most Valuable Player is expected to sign his new contract as the New York Yankees officially open their spring training workouts. Mantle, who checked into camp Tuesday a day ahead of schedule, received about $85,000 last season. If Mantle gets the contract he wants, he will move into select company. Only Joe DiMaggio, Sign Musial and Ted Williams reached the $100,000 class or more in previous years. Mays, the San Francisco Giants' star, attained the ranks of the elite last Wednesday. Roger Maris, the junior member of the M & M firm, is due in camp today. He also is expected to sign within a day or so. Maris reportedly has been asked to take an $8,000 cut to around $60,000. NIT 10 teams. Named previously were Miami, Fla., Providence, Canisius, Memphis State, Mar quette, Detroit, Notre Dame anc Louisville. established. In the elections in November 1932, they had lost two million votes. Their seats ^in the leichstag had been cut from 230 o 196; the Communists' were the riggest gainers. With the next general election ust one week away, the fire could tot have been timed better for the Vazis. Hittler called it the signal or a nationwide Red uprising, lundreds of Communists were hrown into jail, many beaten to leath or shot. Marinus van der Lubbe, a 24- fear-old Dutch worker and inde- undent Communist, was arrested nside the burning •Reichstag. He old police he had no helpers in etting the fire. Within days, Ernst 'orgler, parliamentary leader of he Communist party, and three Bulgarian Communists were ar- ested and charged with plotting lie fire. Van der Lubbe was sentencd to leath by guillotining. Torgler and the three Bulgarians were acquit- ed for lack of evidence — courts lad not yet been completely Nazi- ied. Ex-Col. Gen. Franz Haider, former German army chief of staff, said after the war he heard Goer- ng boast of having laid the fire. Plan Scout Schedule WELLSVILLE — The proposed schedule of events for Wellsville Boy Scout Troop 63 is announced by Scoutmaster, Robert Hagen as follows: Wednesday, March 6—a hike is planned, weather permitting. In the event of bad weather, a re creation night will be held at the school. Tuesday, March 12—swimming party at Ottawa University pool; Monday, March 18—a roller skating party at Olathe; Tuesday, March 26, beginning of swimming classes; Monday, April 1, 8 and 15 — continuation of swimming classes. With warmer weather, the Scouts are expected to take up outdoor activities. Nights around a campfire, camp clean-up, outdoor cooking, fire building, etc will be a part of the schedule then. (Jou/ con do- frf- WITH WBST COAST LUMBER Two Spots Open In Invitational NEW YORK (AP) — Only two spots remain unfilled today in the 12-team National Invitation Basketball Tournament March 14-23 at Madison Square Garden. DePaul, LaSalle and Villanova accepted bids Tuesday giving the "Comfortize" a section of your basement with the rich, warm quality of West Coast paneling. Call us for unusual home-enhancing ideas with the best modernizing material... West Coast lumber! Ottawa Lumber Co. Bob McCrea, Manager 1516 S. Main CH 2-1196 Three years ago, Fritz Tobias, a German amateur historian who interrogated all survivors, theorized in a widely discussed book that Van der Lubbe acted alone and was a latter-day Guy Fawkes who wanted to alert the world to the Nazi danger. While the Nazis blamed Communists for the fire, most historians believe the Nazis started it. I am convinced the fire was laid by the Nazis. One week after the fire, the Nazis polled 52 per cent of the popular vote in a general election. The Nazis were on their way to their "1,000-year Reich" which collapsed in the ruins of war in a little more than a decade. Spelling Bee f o WELLSVILLE - Four students from each of the grades, fourth through eigth, at Wellsville School will compete for the ^school spelling championship Friday, March 1 at 2 p.m. The school has challenged other schools in Franklin County to send their spelling champions here to compete for championship on the county level at a later date. Any school wanting to accept the challenge is to contact the county superintendent, Maurict Ponton, by March 15. A spelling bee oh a county level would then be held at Wellsville Grade School In the event that Wellsville Grade School's contet winner is unchallenged, he or she will compete in the state spelling contest May 4. * A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Come to CRITES FAMOUS RCAVlCTOR ONLY Reg. $795.00 •M963 Walt Disney Productions. Ludwi( Von Drake Stars in Walt Disney's "Wonderful WorW of Color" on NBC. MORE SEE.IN '63 The GLENDALE Mark 8 Series 213-G-35-M 265 sq. in. picture BUY NOW! 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