The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 16
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 16

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Losing Election Old Hat To Him By JOE MCKNIGHT WICHITA, Kan. (AP)-"Why if I ever won I wouldn't be able to spend my summers in Michigan," says Del Crozier. That's why Crozier, 69-year-old owner of a parking lot, is undismayed at losing eight straight political races. He's never been a winner but, "I'll run again in 1964." Crozier finished last in a field of 18 for nomination to the city commission in last week's primary. "I don't know what I would have done on the commission if I'd won," he cheerfully admits. "I don't expect them to vote for me, but I think I'm getting them to the polls." Crozier's campaign trademark is a bright red car with loud speakers mounted on it. He drove through the city for eight days prior to the primary, broadcast ing his platform while a recon player kept up a background oi hillbilly music. Crozier, a Republican, ran six times for sheriff between 1922 NEW AND STYLISH — Janet Warner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Warner, 621 E. 15th, models spring coat by Mary Lane in new hopsacking wicker weave fabric, in one of the season's most popular colors . . . coral. Stylish young hat in bone color in rough straw, shorty gloves of double knit nylon by Van Raalte, also in bone, and purse, bone, round out her Easter outfit. Al these items, and many more, are available at Ten-ill's in Ottawa. (Herald Photo) nd 1952 and tried again fa 1962. "Next time I'll try city or county commission,-" he says. Crozier recalls with glee his ampaigns for sheriff in 1946 and 948. Plastered on the sides of his car was his platform: "More and better whisky for less money." "I didn't win but they tell me hat I was more responsible than anyone else in getting the people of Wichita whisky-minded," he says. Kansas voters repealed prohib- ion in 1948. Last year while vacationing in Michigan Crozier campaigned for George Romney, who was elected governor of that state. "Some people have said that defeat is harder on a candidate than victory," Crozier says. "I've tired it and it isn't so. "After eight defeats I'm still alive. A lot of winners have passed on." Crozier contends he's the most consistent loser in Kansas. "They should give me an award." 1 i: FOR A LIVELY SPRING - Here's an entirely new look In formance V-* with 425 horse power. It has spectacular aerator** hardtops — even among '63 Fords, an all-new Sports Hardtop, tion and top speed with two matched, synchronized 4-banel designed to give different slant on lively life. Roof has taut, carburetors; special manifolding, and low restriction exhaust swift lines of convertible. But this roof is sculptured in steel headers, coupled with fast shifting 4-specd transmission. This » with diamond lustre enamel paint or sheathed in rich black or most thrilling car in America to drive, liveliest of lively ones, white vinyl. Sports Hardtop is powered by new 427 high per- See them all at Robertson Motor Co., 115 W. 3rd. (Herald Photo) Sees Loss To Farmers In Grain Storage Denial Eggs Are Really Getting Around WASHINGTON (AP)-Rep. Odin Langen, R-Minn., said today an Agriculture Department decision will take a million dollars a year in revenue away from farmers by refusing to let them continue to store government owned grain on their farms. Farmers who put their grains under commodity credit carp, loans are given the option at the time of the loan of storing the crops on their own farms, Langen explained. They get storage fees of 14 cents per bushel a year for barley and By DARWINNE HAKANSON ' The Pratt Daily Tribune Written For The Associated Press PRATT, Kan. (AP)-Even the travel of eggs is far and wide in this day and age. For example, eggs laid this winter on an Iowa farm were hatched last week in a Pratt hatchery. The chicks have since gone out to south central Kansas poultry raisers. When they become six months old, they will start producing eggs which will be snipped to Venezuela. In Venezuela, the eggs will be hatched to start flocks for broiler producers there. Sending the eggs overseas is the easy way to start new flocks. Even then, each egg must be stamped according to export regulations and must be shipped under certain temperature conditions. On Feb. 12, some 52,000 eggs soybeans and 10 cents for oats, he said. In succeeding years, farmers have been given the option of having the stored grains "resealed," leaving it on the farm with the farmer continuing to collect storage fees, he said. "Fanners ought to be given the opportunity to participate in the storage of these crops," Langen said, "especially when they have provided a great service to the Commodity Credit Corp. by providing and investing in storage space." were placed in the incubator at he Pratt hatcher. Approximately 152 eggs were put on each sliding tray. During the incubation period the temperature was kept at 99 degrees with 85 per cent relative humidity. Overhead fans keep the air circulating. The eggs were turned automatically every hour to keep the yolk suspended in fluid and away from the shell where the yolk might decay. Near the end of the incubation period the chick must push its bill through the membrane to the air space at the bigger end of the egg. Here, it gets its first breath of air, giving it energy to peck the shell. On March 5, 21 days after the eggs were placed in the incubator, each chick started pecking its way out of the egg by using its "egg tooth," a hard little structure on the tip of the beak. These newly hatched chicks are an inbred cross developed especially for broilers. Each egg, obtained in Iowa, cost 15 cents. As soon as the newly hatched chicks were removed from the "mechanical setter," a new batch of eggs was placed on the trays and the whole process began over again. Pilot Killed ATTICA, Kan. (AP) - Hillis Ray, about 40, of Attica was killed Sunday when a small single engine plane crashed into a farm pond north of here. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 19, 1963 Suddenly It's Spring Cover me in lace, I adore it. And so does my Kate Greenaway. My dress is fine cotton with tucks and an abundance of lace on the bodice. A tiny bow and more lace is at my waist . In blue, also pink. *» Sizes 3 to 6X Sizes 7 to 14 The MILDRED McKEE Shop Farel Thin Pants by Fa rah 6.98 worn with the perfect match mate, a seer sucker coat. TeMllti Your Fashion Store INVITATION to Spring Fashion opening ' A DRESSES by: • Jonathan Logan • Betty Barclay • Patty Petite • Carol Rodgers $5.95.$10.95 and up _ lor spring basic wilh a double personality! Part (A th* wardiobe wizardry of R's of rich acetate-i-rayon master sheer crep« in navy or black. Sizes 1272-22 '/a. . . . also Korell for the Petite Prices Start at Ship N' Shore BLOUSES $2.98 Up Choose from our Colorful, New Array 2.98 PURSES GLOVES Costume Jtwtlry Bettijean Spring Coots in the Newest Woolen Fabrics and Colors Priced From Never Before so many beautiful SPRING FABRICS! • Linens • Seersuckers • Pampered Cottons • Bates Cottons • Sports Materials

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