The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 18, 1963 · Page 4
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 4

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, March 18, 1963
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r. OTTAWA HERALD Pour Monday, March 18, 1963 Editorials A Change In Image An Eastern Kansas newspaper the other day pointed out that there has been an amazing increase in the number of motor cars shipped via rail. The familiar boxcars are being replaced by trailer-truck piggyback. Every day those who watch the trains go by can see new methods of shipping various kinds of merchandising. The Wall Street Journal recently carried a feature story on how railroads across the nation are making a strong pitch for passenger business. And a Western Kansas newspaper pointed out last week that "railroads are discovering they can make money out of the passenger business." Behind all this one wonders if the railroads aren't attempting a little image This And That by jph changing. Over the years the railroads have been looked upon as big, complex utilities which paid little attention to the individuals and spent most of their time moaning about taxes, deficits, regulations, freight rates and unions. .. A number of changes have become apparent in recent years including better passenger service, more realistic rates, improved methods in shipment of goods. A concerted effort by the railroads to improve their image would be most welcomed. It would mean increased business, both freight and passenger. The results would be of great benefit to the general public. Whether we realize it or not, what we eat, drive or use in some way is tied closely to the railroads. Family Takes Care Of Self RAJKOT — Once they were settled in India, the Guptas began making the products they so long had manufactured before, back in Karachi. Their capital would finance only the most rudimentary of equipment, family members constitute the work force, and their production was pitifully small. Since, they have been pulling themselves up by their bootstraps, and at times hanging on by their eyebrows. Today they have beat bajk far enough so that older, rival producers in the same field are going out of their way to make the going rough. "They have more resources and older connections," said young Gupta, "but we are making inroads. It is hard, though, because it is so difficult for us to accumulate the capital to buy the additional machinery we need. We could borrow, but we don't believe in it. We'll do it somehow." The young man, he is 29, is now head of the business. He stated it not with pride but as an item of fact. His father has retired to engage in politics. He has in with him his two uncles, his three brothers, and several cousins. Some, I gathered, were less than competent, but that was a detail, since all were members of the family. "It may be difficult for you to understand," said Gupta, "but ours is a family ownership, and there is no question about which one owns what share. We live together, so there is no question of salaries. What we make above what we all live on together, we put back into the business." He sighed when he mentioned one of his brothers who is sales manager. "He does not work To Your Good Health Television Log Channel 4, NBC Channels 5-13, CBS Channel 9, ABO Monday 1:00 4— Bern Hunt •—Huckleberry Bound J3— vogl Bear 5-Whlrlyblrds 5:30 4— Dragnet B— Rebel 13— Camera Corner 5:41) 5— New* 13— sport* — M* M«IMB «!U 13-Weatn« •sOO 4-5-9-13— NeWi 4— Sports 6-9— Weather Merle Harmon very much at it, but he is my eldest brother. He had to sacrifice some of his schooling when he came down from Pakistan. It is my responsibility to educate him to live up 1o his responsibilities." Gupta continued: "As general manager, were I an outsider I would insist on a good slaary. But I am not. I respect my family and consider it an honor to have been brought up in it, so I have a responsibility now to all the others. I would lose my self-respect were I to take a special reward. You Americans may see it as the workers taking care of the drones, but we have a different concept. For us the drones do as well as they can within their own limitations. In India, particularly, the family concept is better. With limited food it insures that fewer people go hungry. Here, the family takes care of its own." We asked what if one of the third generation wanted to go his independent way, taking his wife and children with him. It would depend, it seems, on circumstances. Were family relations cordial, he would receive what the elders of the family considered fair. Were they not, he would take with him nothing but his wife and children. By the Indian social pattern, I should have gone no more than two minutes after we had finished our coffee, which almost everywhere except in the United States is served after the end of the meal. Gupta insisted I stay on for a few minutes more. He wanted to think out loud, with me as a ship that passes in the night auditor. He talked. I listened. Finally I said I had to be going. Reluctantly he wished me good night. Not until today did I learn that about the time we were having our coffee his wife had given birth to their second child, another daughter. He had taken her to the hospital during his lunch hour. 4— Huntley-Brlnkley New* *— News 5 — Sporu 13— Walter Cronktt* «.2ft 5 — Speak-Op H:3U 4— Movie, "Boy On A Dolphin 1 * 6-13— To Tel) The Truth 9-Dakotas 7:00 13— I've Dot A Secret i:30 5-13 — Godfrey Loves Anlmali 9— Rifleman 8:00 9— Stoney Burke 1:30 4 — Biography — Mussolini 5-13— Andy Griffith »:00 4— David Brlnkley 5 — Loretta Young 9-13— Ben Casey n:3ll 4— Chet Huntley j Rior mar'f Friend 1U:0* 4-5— New* 9-13— New* 10:15 4 — Johnny Carson 5— Movie, "My Wild Irish Rose" 9 — Steve Mien 13— Weather 10:20 13 — Sports 10:30 13— Lifeline 10:35 13— Untouchables 11 :S5 13— Peter Dunn 1:45 9— Man From Choclse :00 4— Newt 2:05 4— Dally Word 2:10 5— Movie, "Blonde Fever 1 ' 2:15 9— News 2:30 9 — Almanac Newsreel 2:35 9— Faith of Our Times Smog Factor In Emphysema Dr. Molnei By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER Dear Dr. Molner: Will you tell me something about emphysema?—L.L. I'm sorry you missed earlier columns on this topic which is of increasing importance. At the last clinical session of the American Medical Association a good deal of stress was placed on it Emphysema is a loss of elasticity of the lungs. By this I don't mean that the lungs aren't large enough. Rather, they don't get small enough. Sounds like a paradox? It's not. Some people with emphysema develop oversized chests, but they still are short of breath. When you exhale, you expel a considerable volume of what we might call "used air." Then you inhale and replace it with an equal amount of fresh air. But when the elasticity of the lungs is losty, you no longer can exhale as much. And you can inhale only the amount you have exhaled. Too much "used air" remains in the lungs and there is less space for fresh. Smog and other forms of air pollution, it is now believed, are now a factor in emphysema. It isn't a new disease, but this is a new cause of it. But whatever the cause, you are starved for oxygen. The answers? Some people haven't been using their lungs adequately in the first place, and learning to breathe more deeply brings into use a large portion of the available breathing space. Learning to stay within your limitations is another. Don't try to force yourself into exertion which uses up oxygen faster than you can replace it. ji occasional whiff of oxygen is used by many patients, since air is only part oxygen, and much of it is inert nitrogen. And there are other methods which can be employed, some of them much more complicated. But I trust that this gives you a working knowledge of what it is about. If I forgot to mention it, since the problem is a lack of enough fresh oxygen, it is obviously harmful to waste any of the available lung space by filling it with smoke instead of air. In a word, your doctor is going to say that the first rule is to give up smoking. He means it. Dear Dr. Molner: I was in a bad automobile accident and ever since have had a buzzing and humming my left ear which is so nerve-wracking I can't sleep. Some doctors say an operation will help and some say it won't. Can you advise me? - M.K. medicine art very predictable and others are decidedly not. This is one of the latter. No, I cannot advise you except to suggest that since the trouble is that annoying, if it were my own case I'd give the operation a try with the understanding that it might or mighi not succeed. AuJd Lang Syne >5 YEARS AGO Members of the Ottawa Elks Lodge burned a mortgage at a meeting attended by about 200 The actual burning of the mortgage was done by six charter members, B. D. Bennett, Dr. John B. Davis, C. E. Sands, Elmer D. Manley, W. G Saunders and C. M. Harris. The committee in charge .' arrangements for the meeting was made up of Dwight Chappell, Lee Barnett ant Walter E. Hegberg. L. A. Wilson, assistant principal of Ottawa High School, returned from McCracken where he ha( been called by the death of his mother. 50 FEARS AGO Ottawans had a real problem. No one wantet to file as a candidate for the board of educa tion, and the deadline for filing was only three days away. There was talk of drafting those whose terms expired, by persuading them to fil petitions and become candidates again. At Philadelphia a Washington, D. C., debate team defeated a Philadelphia team on the subject o the commission form of government. The teams represented the Y.M.C.A. in their cities. A mem ber of the winning Washington team was Waym E. Gilliland, of Ottawa. He was an enthusiast!' debater at Ottawa University before going to Wash ington to serve as a clerk in the offices of .S ington to serve as a clerk in the offices of U. S Senator J. L. Bristow. Prayer For Today Thou shall call his name Jesus: for he shall save his people from their sins. (Matthew 1:21.) PRAYER: Our Father, we thank Thee for Thine amazing love for us, especially in sending Thy Son who gave His life on the cross for our redemption. We thank Thee that our sinful heart can be cleansed. We pray that all may know the relief and joy of Christ's forgiveness. We ask in His name. Amen. Tuesday 5:55 4— D<ms Word 6:00 4—Continental Classroom 3— Continental Classroom 6:25— 5—Christopher Program 6:30 4—Operation Alphabet 13—Cellege ol the Air 6:86 5—farm Fact* 1:00 4—Today 5—College of the Air 13—Rush Hour 7:80 5—Moment ol Meditation 1:35 5- -cartoonland 7:45 5—King and Odl* 7:50 8—Call to Worship 1:55 S—News 8:00 5-13—Captain Kangaroo 8—Columbia Lectures 8:30 8—Deputy and Felix 8:01 4—Say When 5—JacK La Latin* 9—Romper Room 13—Calendar 9:25 4—News 0:30 4—Play Xoui HuncD 5-13—1 Love Lucv B—Divorce Court 10:00 4—Price Is Right 5-13—McCoys 10:30 4—Concentration 5-13—Pete and Gladys 9—Day In Court 10:55 9—News 11:00 4—Tour rirst Impression 5-13—Love of Life 9—Jane Wvman 11:35 5-13—News 11:30 4—Truth or Consequences 5-13—Search For Tomorrow B—Yours for- a Song 11:45 5-13—Guiding Light 11-.55 4—News 12:00 4—Cartoons 5-13—News-Weatbei 9—Ernie Ford 12:10 5—Speak Op 12:15 6—Sports 13—Farm Report 12:20 4—News-Markets 5—Weather 12:25 5—Local Interview 12:30 4—Accent 5-13—As World Turn* 9—Father Knows Best 1:00 4—Merv OrlfflD 5—Password B—Movie, "So Soon To Die" 1:XO 5-13—House Party 1:55 4—News 2:00 5-13—To Tell The Truth 4—Loretta Young Z-.25 5-13-9—News 8:30 5-13—Millionaire 4—Award Theater 0—Seven Keys 2:55 9—Fashion Review 1:00 5-13—Secret Storm 4—Match Game 0—Queen For A Day »:» A 4—News 8:30 4— Make Room Pot Daddy 5-13—Edge of Night A—Who Do You Trust 4:00 4—Superman 5- -Cousin Ken's Karnlval 9—Torey and Friends 13—News and Weather 4:15 13—Turban 4:30 4—runtime 9—Mickey Uous* Club »:0e 4—Sea Hunt 9- Yogi Beat 13— Bugs Bunny 5:15 S—Whlrly Birds S:30 4—Dragnet 9— Rebel 13—Dr. Icbabod 5:40 5—News 13—Sports 5:55 13-Weather 6:00 5-9—News 6:10 5-9- Weather 6:15 5—Sports B—News «:25 5—Speak Op 6:30 4—Laramte s—stump ths atari 9—Combat 13—Marshall Dillon 7:00 5-13—Lloyd Bridges 7:30 4—Empire 5-13—Judy Garland 9—Hawaiian Eye 8:31) 4—Dies Powell 6-13—Jack Benny B—TTntouehables »:0fl 5-13—Garry Moor* 0:30 4—KC Mayor Candidate Debate B—Detectives 10:00 4-5-1M3—New* 10:10 5-8— Weather 10:16 4—Johnny Carson 5—Movie, "This Man's Navy" 8—Stevp Allen 13—Weather 10:20 13—Sports 10:30 13—Lifeline 10:35 13—Hawaiian Bye 11:35 13—Peter Gun 11:45 B—Man From Cochlse 12:00 4—New* 12:05 4—Onlty Dally Word 12:10 5—Movie, "I'll Walt For YOU" 12:15 B—News 12:30 B—Almanac Newsreel 12:35 9— Paltb tot Oni Times Tonight's TV Highlights You western fans can have a new experience this evening with the "Dakotas" program, Channel 9, 6:30. Marshal Ragan and his deputies are on the run, headin* for the dry wilderness. The reason they are on the run is that a big bunch of outlaws are chasin' 'em, and that's different, because the marshal and his deputies are supposed to chase the outlaws. A special this evening on Channels 5 and 13 at 7:30 will feature Arthur Godfrey who will make an effort to get his viewers to appreciate animals more than they do ordinarily. Godfrey thinks animals are much misunderstood. "Biography," on Channel 4 at 8:30, will deal with the life of Benito Mussolini's carrer. ONE AND THE SAME — Actress Patricia Barry portrays four different roles-prune executive secretary, pretty typist-stenographer, movie actress and condemned soldier's mother—In "I Dream of Genie" on Twilight Zone, 8 p.m. Thursday, March 21, Channels 5 and 13. Story revolves around a man who comes into possession of modern version of Aladdin's Lamp. Joan, Dinah And Ella Form A Great Trio Removals Baxter, John, from 828 N. Main to Princeton; Baer, Dean, to 708 8. Cherry; Chapman, Kenneth from 749 Tremont, to 1427 S. Elm; Ellis, Theodore, to 815 Walton; F»rran, Jerry, from Par sons, to 1040 Cottonwood; Hobert, Viola, from 633 Walton, to 84S E. 8th; Hall, Iva D., from 311 E. 2nd, to c-o 320 E. 2nd.; Heathman, Mary, to 306 S. Main; Hughes, Lee, from 716 S. Main, to New York, N. Y.; Kennedy, John, from Baldwin, to 840 South Oak; Leecy, John, to 826 North Main; M3111- man, Amherest, from 603 8. Hickory, to 832 S. Cedar; Maddan, Ellis J., from 708 S. Cherry, to 511 E. 14th.; Small, Ronald, to 924 N. Mulberry; Trout, J. Wesley to 1434 8. Elm. By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Ed Sullivan had the McGuire sisters singing "Danny Boy," Sunday night, but the trio of the evening was the unlikely combination' of opera's Joan Sutherland, blues singer Dinah Shore and jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald doing "Three Little Maids From School" and "Lover Come Back to Me." Dinah's NBC tour was tuneful and stimulating and in spite of the differences in voice, style and approach to music, the three women were great together. It is a matter of regret that my television set proved inadequate for Miss Sutherland's high notes. Deeds Marlin D. Kimball to Evelyn Kinney, W60' E 132Vj' Lot 8 Blk. 18 Univ. Add. No. 2; Richard Beatty to Kenneth Thorpe, Lots 31-33-35-Blk 1 Adkin- sons Add.; Margaret Jean Makln to Barry McNees, 40 acres SEVi Sec. 25 15-18; Douglas Gleason to Joe D. Stroup Si Billy Vantuyl, lot 22 Orchard Heights; Stella Caylor, Admr. of Clarence Briles to Albert Finch, 45 Acres NEi/4 Sec. 6 17-21 (Admr. Deed) ; Leo Wiederholt lo Leo R. Wiederholt, Jr. SW/4 Sec. 24 18-lfl 180 Acres; Willard A. Lee to James A. Lee, NWVi Sec. 1 18-20 except 2 1-6 acres 158 A. Laff-A-Day © King Futures Syndics!*, Inc., 1063. World right* rewrvwt "Quiet! I'm oa the phone!" The color of television over the weekend was, naturally, a bright shade of green. Even NBC's Sunday afternoon golf show was filmed on a sea-and wind-swept links, of auld sod. Seen in color, this was perhaps the most handsome program of the weekend to a winter-weary viewer. CBS-Radio will broadcast its 1,- 000th performance by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra on March 23. Since Oct. 5, 1930, it has presented the works of 315 composers, 414 soloists and 72 conductors. . .Betty White, a veteran gamester, and Barry Sullivan will kick off NBC's "You Don't Say" on April 1, when the new daytimt show starts. Lucille Ball's daughter, Lucie, 11, has a return engagement on "The Lucy Show" April 8. Ginger Rogers will guest star with Red Skelton April 2, in • short history of ballroom dancing, from the minuet to the boss* nova. Two Dead In Marital Triangle SAUNA, Kan. (AP)—Two Air Force men are dead and the wife of one is wounded as the result of a marital triangle. The climax came with a burst of gunfire late Saturday night. Coroner James Geisendorf said Staff Sgt. Carlton D. Donalson, 29, killed Lt. Arling R. Webber, wounded Mrs. Elizabeth J. Donalson, 25, then took his own life. The men were stationed at nearby Schilling Air Force Base. Weber, divorced father of two small sons, met the Donalsons a year ago when they lived in adjacent trailers at a trailer park. Mrs. Donalson was baby-sitter for the Weber children. The Donalsons moved to a house in town, then they separated in January. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Weber, arrived Saturday from Fort Collins Colo., to help celebrate his 26th birthday Sunday. The parents and Mrs. Donalson had dinner at Weber's trailer Saturday night. Later, Weber took Mrs. Donalson home. Neighbors heard shots and screams. Police found Weber dead beside the house and Mrs. Donalson wounded twice in the chest and twice in the left arm. About two hours later Donalson's body was found in his car on a rural road near town. He had been shot twice, in the chest and between the eyes. A .38 caliber revolver lay beside him. Police said Donalson bought the I gun last month in his home town, Hagerstown, Md. Mrs. Donalson was reported in satisfactory condition today. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Ottawa Herald *«!"=s««i 1962 FIRST IN KANSAS ioe-101 a. nan Published dally eaeepi OuiHlay ano Holidays. Second claw pottage at Ottawa. Kansas. Robert B. Welllngto Bdltor And Publisher Subscription rales lo trade trua—B) mall, one montb 11.00, three months, 13.00, ilx months, $5.00, on* year B.OO. duOscnptino rates outside trade ares —By mall, one montb, tl.50; (Are* months 14.28; ilx month*. 18.00; on* year, $15.00. 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