The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 13
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 13

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THE OTTAWA HERALD , Utah It, 1M '! '"' ''i 'ii'il!i''i I.\»L, OiJiBjllSiil^ IN THE SWIM OF THINGS — Marshall Guyer models Jantzen lastex Hawaiian-length swimsuit with beach sandals of latex and terry cloth by Kayer Roth. All are available in Ottawa at Bob's Clothes Shop. (Herald Photo) Coed With A Shy Smile Is Deadly With Dagger By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —Phu is a slim, 19-year-old college girl with warm, wide eyes and a bashful smile. She wears her long, black hair in a pony tail and dresses in shimmering, white silk. She also is a good shot with a U.S. Army carbine and is trained to kill silently with daggers and other weapons. Phu and her sister, Minh, are among 19,000 South Vietnamese girls who have been trained during the past year to defend them- selves and kill Communist guerrillas. Each received a month of training at the women's military school in Saigon, and spent a few weeks at a strategic hamlet in the Mekong River delta to learn the finer points. Woman students who volunteer for military training receive special assistance from the Saigon government. Several of the para-military girls have been killed or captured in Viet Cong ambushes. Combat may be in the cards for at least some of the girls. Five hundred are undergoing advanced combat training at the Thu Due military school, complete with U.S. military advisors. Among the trainees is Miss Ngo Dinh Thi Le Thuy, 18, daughter of South Viet Nam's first lady. The first lady, Mrs. Ngo Dhin Nhu, founded the Para-Military Women's Corps, and has pushed to gain recognition for it as an authentic fighting organization. Some of the girls have outshot Suddenly It's Spring and Again By Your Request Weoffer... Moon-Glo Genuine Ironstone Dinnerware All White -- Oven and craze proof -- A repeat of last years sellout. -Pc. Place $199 Setting | AND THE MUSIC GOES ROUND AND ROUND - Bobby Hiatt. son of Mr. and Mw. J. T. ffiatt, inspects quality features to be found in RCA Victor products. This 4-speed stereophonic record player with AM-FM radio is available in Ottawa at Crites Appliance Center. (Herald Photo) Story Behind Stock Crash Lots Of Swapping On Black Monday NEW YORK (AP) - The story behind "the most dramatic stock market events in more than three decades" was told today by the New York Stock Exchange. It reported what investors did during the May 28, 1962 market crash and the May 29-31 recovery. On "Black Monday," May 28, the market was rocked by its worst loss since 1929. About midday Tuesday it made an abrupt about face and scored a partial recovery. On Thursday after a Memorial Day holiday respite, it more than recaptured Monday's loss. During this period 35 million shares changed hands in 673,000 individual transactions, swamping the exchange's reporting facilities. The exchange surveyed a portion of these transactions to find out who was buying and selling, their male counterparts, Vietnamese and American, on rifle and pistol ranges. In training, the girls sleep in wooden bunks with straw mats. They work hard.. Hand to hand combat training includes judo and bayonet drill. Some are qualified paratroopers. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Manure Waste Hit By Khrush MOSCOW (AP) - Premier Khrushchev complained today that Soviet farmers are wasting manure. He ordered them to spread it, not dump it. The Soviet leader, writing in the Communist partly newspaper Pravda, said he recently caught farmers in White Russia leaving manure in little piles on their field. said Keith Funston, exchange president. Here is what the survey showed: —The public, individuals, sold heavily when the market was declining and bought heavily when it was rising. —Financial institutions, commercial banks and non-member broker - dealers ducked market trends throughout the three days, buying when individual investors were selling, and vice versa. —Individual exchange members and member organizations, in general, were net buyers when the market was declining and net sellers as the market rose. The survey also showed that over the three days individuals in the middle and upper income groups were net sellers. Those in the under-J10,000 income category were substantial net buyers, especially on May 31. Investors with incomes under $5,000 were buyers, even on May 28, when all others sold on balance. LOTHES Suit Yourself This Spring and those around you, too, with a superbly styled suit from our CURLEE collection. Compliments are the rule when you wear clothes by CURLEE. The finest fabrics and patterns are tailored with the utmost care ... then fit and comfort just naturally follow. Stop in soon. 00 Other Suits as low as $39.95 ROBERT EDMISTON STORES. IN& 4 We have many interesting Spring market for your home or FOR PARTIES Poppy Cock - Yummy Crunch of pecans, almonds and popcorn. Mint-ting-a-ling-A colorful melt in your mouth favorite. items arriving daily from the gifts. KITCHEN GIFT Set of 3 SIZZLING SERVERS in 3 Decorator Colors FLOWERS that look real for your home or that friend in the hospital For Baby New and Cute Tubbable, Washable Terry Cloth Items Any Mother would love TEENAGE GIFTS Perfect for birthdays or graduation — Jewelry and Purses to delight any girl. The Ottawa Ford - Mercury Dealer ROBERTSON MOTOR CO., Inc Would Like You To Meet The Proud Owners of The First Two '63V 2 FORD GALAXIE 500 Sports Hardtops To Be Sold Here In Ottawa. Corwin Shields, sales manager at Robertson Motors Co., is presenting the keys to Rodney Rnthstrom for his new Galaxle 500 Sports Hardtop. Mr. Ruthstrom purchased one of the first two of these new '63K> Ford Galaxies sold in Ottawa. This Sports Hardtop is powered by the 427 cu. in., 425 H.P. hi£h performance V-8 engine with a 4-speed floor mounted stick shift. Above, Forrest Drdyen, salesman at Robertson Motor Go. is delivering one of the first two Galaxie 500 Snorts Hardtops in Ottawa to Rex Murphy of Wellsvilte, Kansas. This is the famous XL model with bucket seats and center console. Rex's Sports coupe is also powered by the 427 high performance V-8 with 4-speed Transmission. This is The Some Cor With the New 427 Hi Performance engine that f laced 1st, 2nd, 3, 4, and 5th in the Recent DAYTONA 500 Mile Open Competition Performance. This h Proof that the'63 1 /2 Super Torque Fords were Built for durability, Stamina and Performance. <?e/ Behind the Wheel and Find out for Yourself! ROBERTSON MOTOR CO., Inc I I f \A/ •* J — . . .. f IIS W. 3rd Ottawa, Kansas 108 N. Main

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