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

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Ij MIX AND MATCH — Featured here are Bobbie Brooks Matchmates. Judy Sloan, right, models fully-lined tapered slacks with matching zipped jacket of seaside blue, while Wanda Dykstra wears the ever-popular plaid tarpoon Jamaicas and matching blouse. These are just two of the many mix and match mates to be found at Eddie's. (Herald Photo) j Warns Striking Printers I May Lose Strike Benefits NEW YORK (AP) - Striking printers may be stripped of strike benefits by their international union unless they reach a speedy settlement with city newspapers, it was indicated today. Elmer Brown, International Typographical president, said Union AFL-CIO "serious consideration" would be given to halting strike support to the New York Local 6, if it doesn't agree shortly to terms with publishers. The terms should have been accepted by the membership, Brown said. "The time .has come for compromise and settlement to get the people back to work." Brown said 100,000 printers across the country are paying a strike assessment of 4 per cent of their wages to pay benefits to the New York printers, and that pressure is mounting daily to stop the support. He said many printers paying assessments get less take-home pay than the striking printers get in benefits plus unemployment insurance. The executive vice president of the local of the American Newspaper Guild, Thomas J. Murphy, suggested that strike benefits for the printers be cut off if they reject the terms in a referendum. Murphy said the printers could well be told, "Okay boys, go it alone, if that is what you wish." Radio station WINS said Brown >redicted that the Internationa union will decide to do just that— withdraw financial support from he local. However, Brown said the loca ivill be given a few days to settl he strike, before the internationa council takes action. The striking printers get an average of $120 weekly in strike Can Do Without A Lot We Have By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Things we could do without: Gold identity tags for dogs that have everything. Oldtimers who can remember a worse winter han the one just ending. Lipstick 10 pale it makes teen-age girls ook like zombies. People who, when you tell them your troubles, just reply, "Well, ;hat's life for you." The commercial spielers on television who whisper their message—for some 'eason they are more annoying than those who shout. Folks who :hink it's cute to send a city child a small live bunny for Easter. Hatcheck girls who drop our hat Lo the floor when we put down 15 cents because we don't have a quarter change in our pocket. Telephones that ring just as we reach the punchline in a joke we're telling the boss. Hairdos that make a woman look like she'd been frightened out of her wits—or that cause lost bees to confuse it with their home hive. Pigeons that make love outside a window where a middle- aged man is trying to do his work. Office straw bosses who scribble endless suggestions to others just because somebody gave them a stack of free memo pads. Professional liberals who refer to the unfortunates of this world as "the little people." Bartenders who sprinkle red pepper on their bowl of cheese wafers so you'll buy more drinks to soothe your burning palate. After dinner speakers who speak so long you begin to yearn for breakfast. Any meal cooked in a backyard between May and November. Wives who can fix with a hairpin a broken vacuum cleaner we've tinkered over for hours with pliers, monkey wrench and crowbar. Drugstore cowboys who wear big-belted military raincoats to make them look more impressively masculine. Men's hats that have brims so narrow they look as if they'd been gnawed away by hungry mice. Truckdrivers who honk their horns just to see the startled pedestrians jump. Rains that fall only on the days you put on a freshly pressed suit. From all these, 0 Lord, deliver us, amen. OHS Notes On Friday, a group of Ottawa High students will participate in the District Speech Festival at Shawnee Mission East High School. From 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday will be the Junior-Senior High PTA's talent, hobby and crafts show. The talent phases will be in the senior high auditorium, the hobby and crafts displays in the junior high gym. One ticket, 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students, entitles a person to take in the entire show. Proceeds will go to the organization's scholarship program. On Saturday, members of the Future Business Leaders of America will take part in regional competition at Topeka. Winners in the events will qualify for the state contest. Two teachers, Marie Girard and Leroy Bailey, will ac company the group. benefits, an ITU official said, which includes $50 a week of state unemployment payments. Their average pay before the strike began nearly fr/a months ago was $145 weekly. County Schools Get State Cash Franklin County's $88,462. 90 share of the semi - annual dis tribution of the state school fi nance fund was received by Mau rice Ponton, county superinten dent this morning. The money will be distributed among 17 Franklin County schools. Ottawa District 30 wii receive $37,125.61. a THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March W, 19M i WHICH ONE SHALL I CHOOSE? — Making this decision is Opal Waddle. Pictured are only a few samples of many selections of material found at OK Bargain Store, 132 S. Main. "MIRROR" Simple, yeK'effecHve! Door mirrors are a wonderful way to add the glamor of fine mirrors to your home. And they are so useful in helping the,whole family to look its best, and in brightening the surrounding area with sparkling reflections of your room decoration. DUALITY GLASS DOOR MIRROR • Full 16x60 sire. • Beautifully beveled edges. • Electrolytic Copper Backing, plus baked- on enamel finish. • 10-Year Guarantee. • Complete with clift ready to hang. •For Bedroom, Entry, Bath. SUFFRON GLASS CO. POLISHED PlATEDOMl MIRROR •Twin-ground Quality Plate Glass. • Polished edges. • Electrolytic Copper Backing, plus bake* on enamel finish. • 10-Year Guarantee. • Complete with dipt ready to hang. • For Bedroom, Entry Bath. 418 N. MAIN CH 2-2515 miss pat REGIMENTALS. . .Year-Round ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR BASICS. 50% Fortrel Polyester — 50% Cotton New Spring Shades.. .Navy - Bone - Olive SLIM SKIRT or "A"-SKIRT with back zipper, side pockets, Jute belt. $8.95 BLOUSES TO MATCH 230 S. Main Eddie' Ottawa, Kansas Suddenly It's Spring Shorts by Farah 4.95 from Ottawa! lansas -. -.pthes shop - Lorenlakmw - 217 &Mflfe Outd Just Phone CH 2-1045 Penny's Ready-Mix Located on North Locust sty

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