STRUMMING FOR PTA PROGRAM - The Tasmania™, Ottawa High foursome whose sweet music is known to many local people, will play and sing Friday and Saturday night at Junior- Senior High PTA's talent, hobby and craft show. Talent phase win be in senior high auditorium, 8 to 9:15 both nights, while hobby and craft displays will be in junior high gymnasium Money from show will go into scholarship program. From left are Alan Rybolt, Bill Douglas, Tony Warren and Ben Park. (Herald Photo) They're Mom, Dad To Many Convicts INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP)Mrs. D. L. Thompson writes 200 letters a month in longhand, most of them in response to missives which start: "Dear Mom and Dad Thompson...." Most of the letters go to prisons, for the Rev. and Mrs. Thompson have devoted the past six or seven years to working with newly released or about-to-be-released convicts. Their score is high, perhaps because she has been doing it for 30 years and he was one., "I met Mr. Thompson in my prison work and helped him get a parole and lead a useful life," says Ruby Thompson. "So far, we have helped 33 ex- convicts find jobs, re-unite with their families and begin their lives anew. Only one has gone back to prison." The Thompsons were married in 1940, two years after his release from the Missouri Penitentiary, where he served a term for bank robbery. They did missionary work among the Indians in Oklahoma, came to Independence seven years ago and soon opened the Trinity Full Gospel Church of God. Since October, the focal point of their rehabilitation work has been a store in Independence where men fresh out of prison repair and sell cast-off clothing, furniture and toys. "If we can get them established help them find a job and get some clothes, we think they can make it on their own," says Mrs. Thompson. "Our plan is to keep them no longer than 30 days. "When a convict is released from prison, he gets only some clothes and $25. That's the time he needs help and guidance the most" The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Richmond Area News By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fishburn, Dick, Jane and Gary will go to Overbrook Saturday, March 23, to attend the 100th birthday celebration of their grat uncle, George Fishburn, at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Fishburn will have a part in the program, Jane will assist with the serving. Mr. Fishburn and his daughter, Rena Fishburn, have lived on their farm three miles southeast of Overbrook many years. Marvin J. Gretencord, son of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Gretencord, who has been employed at Olathe Farm Equipment, Inc., the last five years, will leave April 1 for Army Service. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Wilson have named their daughter, born March 13 in a Navy Hospital in Honolulu, Paula Suzanne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feuerborn took their 2-year-old daughter, Cheryl, to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Saturday to have a peanut removed from her lung. PFC Larry Gretencord, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gretencord, has left for 18 months duty in Germany. Want Gasoline Tax Exemption TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas would return to a previous system of exempting the tax on gasoline purchased for non-highway use under a bill approved Wednesday by the House Assessment and Taxation Committee. In 1949 the Legislature had scrapped an exemption plan to go to a system of refunding the tax However with the House due to cease consideration of its own LOSE A DISHRAG ? Most everyone has a tale to tell concerning wart ones. One goes luce this—steal a dishrag, bury it... when the rag rots, the wart will fafl off. Absurd, of coarse. But there are reliable treatments for warts, thanks to medical science. Physicians know them. Take advantage of the newer treatments and medications available. They can mean the difference between pain and comfort . . . between life and death. Let your doctor do the diagnosing and prescribing. Then come to at for quality prescription service. Kramer Drug Store CH 2-2055 CH 2-3547 Profeuiaiul Eg. Professional Pharmacy bills this week the committee action may have come too late for the bill to be considered by the whole House. Hard To Keep Crew Aboard SYDNEY Australia (AP) Eight months ago the yacht Monsoon left San Diego with an all- American crew of six aboard. When the 47-foot former salmon trawler sailed into Sydney Harbor today skipper Kerb Hope 31 a Los Angeles engineer was the only American aboard. The other five had been replaced by an Australian an Englishman and three New Zealanders. "Tahiti was the worst" said Hope. "I lost three of my men there. The Pacific islands are so great I was tempted to jump ship myself." Hope is on a three-year pleasure cruise. Santa Fe Income Up $14 Million CHICAGO (AP) - The Santa Fe Railway reported Wednesday net income for 1962 was $70.7 million nearly $16 million over 1961. The 1962 net was equal to $.65 a common share compared with for the previous year. President Ernest S. Marsh said the increase resulted in a large part from reduced federal income taxes stemming from new depreciation regulations the 7 per cent investment credit of the tax aw and an adjustment of prior rear taxes. THE OTTAWA HERALD tV Thursday, March 21, IMS •? Seed Potatoes 100 $ 3 29 Certified Cobblers Onion Plants « f\ I UC Fresh White Bunch Strawberries A&P Frozen Sweet Corn For 49* Fresh Tender Your Kitchen Will Sparkle With Stainless Steel COOKWARE 1 QT. COVERED SAUCE PAN Th« all-purpot« ut.ntil ifcat'i M hindy In the kitchen. Perfect for laucei, ceretli, and other •mill quantity cooking. Flame guard handle. icmr IBB* BAKING HENS... * 43 «£ an _ _ Swifts Prem. 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