The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 28, 1963 · Page 13
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 13

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1963
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SKi: THIS YEAR'S ONLY BLOOM - Sacred African Lily, owned by Mr*. Irene Mangum, 630 S. Walnut, puts forth its annual bloom for 1963. Flower only blooms once each year after shooting up from implanted bulb. Maroon blossom measures 12 inches in diameter and pistil is about 16 inches long. After bulb is planted later in spring, the flower will not bloom. (Herald Photo) "Vitamin K3 W Not For The Pregnant Richmond News Woman Breaks Hip InFall By MABEL CHANDLER Mrs. Fred Garrison is at Anderson County Hospital for treatment of a broken hip, suffered in a fall Monday. CWO and Mrs. Eddie Morford, Temple, Tex., are here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morford. Mr. Morford's condition is unimproved. Relatives here have received word that Mrs. Lil Randolph, who has lived with her granddaughter, Mrs. Frances Goza, at Gurden, Ark., the past year and a half, has been admitted to a Rest Home there. Ted (Sandy) Randall is being treated for a fractured shoulder and broken ribs suffered when the tractor he was driving on his farm went over an embank' ment. Dr. Sylva Lofgreen showed slides of Hong-Kong at the PTC meeting Monday evening. Coleen Riley played an accordion solo, and Mayme Pedro, a piano solo. Grades 7 and 8 square danced. Kindergarten mothers served cookies and coffee. Mrs. Mabel Wheeler, 83, mother of Mrs. Guy Reichard, suffered a stroke recently. She lives at a rest home in Topeka. Mrs. Carl Anderson has returned from a visit with her daughters and their families in California and her son, Father Aired, in Pena Blanca, N. Mex. Central-Princeton 30 Attend Chili Supper By MRS. J. C. COOK Thirty persons attended the chili supper at Central Community Center, held by the Busy Bee. club members and families. Mrs. Earl Wall, Sr., fell from a kitchen stool while painting, breaking her right arm between the shoulder and elbow. Mrs. Ward Reed, Ottawa; Mrs. Tom Lyons, Osawatomie, and Mrs. Ella Fox and Mrs. Jim Cook worked on a quilt at Central Community Center Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.* Homer Bishop are building a new 3-bedroom, ranch-style home in Princeton. They have sold their farm. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Herring have returned home frpm a trip to Florida. WASHINGTON (AP)-Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey said today he has been told the Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to ban sales of a vitamin supplement, Menadione, to pregnant women. The Minnesota Democrat said the FDA may try to pass off the action against the supplement, Vitamin K3, as routine. But, he added in a statement: "The fact is it has taken a behind-the-scenes battle of more than a year and a public airing of the situation to get the FDA to act decisively." Humphrey, himself a pharmacist, is chairman of a Senate Government Operations subcommittee which heard Dr. John 0. Nestor, a pediatrician on the FDA staff, testify last week that the use of the vitamin in prenatal supplements may result in some instances in "brain damage, spasti- city and death" to the newborn. Humphrey also announced he has received further confirmation that another drug, Mylicon, which he said Nestor had forced from the market as a "pediatric drug," is still "unfortunately being sold for infant use" in the treatment of colic. Humphrey said the FDA will rescind last December's tempor- rary extension of the manufacturer's food additive petition for the marketing of vitamin K3. The effect will be to block sales of products containing Menadione, a subcommittee aid said. What? No Missouri Waltz? INDEPENDENCE, Mo. <AP)Who do you suppose got up this agenda for a board meeting? —Mozart's Sonata in D Major, Chopin's Sontat in B Minor, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue—Jose Iturbi at the piano. — "The Monroe Doctrine; a Sound Principle: It's History, its Development and the Present aUy'-lectured by Dr. Dexter Perkins, emeritus professor of his- ory at th University of Rochester, emeritus professor of American Civilization at Cornell, the country's leading authority on the Monroe Doctrine. The occasion is the annual meeting Saturday of the directors of the Truman Library Institute. 3iief Justice Earl Waren, Under Secretary of State Averell Hamman and others are scheduled to oin Harry S. Truman for the meeting. MMM CH 2-4700 Not Much Gain In Her Losing Battle -\;y; / •• ••-• <C3 ' ' r ALONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) Mary Ferguson is still fighting a losing battle—and still not losing quite as much as she'd like. Mrs, Ferguson, 36, shut herself in a hotel a week ago Sunday, determined to lose 50 pounds in two weeks so she could slip into some more flattering clothes for Easter. She soon abandoned her 50-pound objective and said she'd settle for 28. Well, she's lost 16 and she has three days to go. Mrs. Ferguson said Wednesday night she was down to 228 pounds and feeling fine. Her husband, alone at home with their dog, had promised her a new dress. But Mrs. Ferguson says a Beverly Hills designer has offered to make her a dress for nothing. "They said the dress will be worth $300," she said. "I don't know how a dress could cost that much. Maybe it has diamond buttons." Dies Sniffing Glue And Him Only 19 FREEPORT, Kan. (AP)-Stan- Icy Duncan's life ended at 19 while he was sniffing glue. Everybody said he wasn't the type. "It can't happen to you, you always tell yourself," says his mother, "but it can and it does and I pray Stanley's death will help some youngsters and parents to realize that it can." Stanley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Duncan, had gone to Harper, 10 miles away, the day he died—March 15. When they returned Howard Duncan found his brother's body. A plastic freezer bag was over Stanley's head. Glue was found in the bag. Suicide has been ruled out. Dr, A. R. Edmundson of Harper said Stanley apparently breathed too much of the glue and suffocated. "He died a violent death," Dr. Edmundson said. Thousands of youngsters have found they get kicks from breathing fumes from glue used for model airplanes. You can buy i tube for a dime. The fumes damage the liver lungs and frontal lobe of the brain and bone marrow where blood cells are formed. In high school, Stanley lettered in football, basketball and track. He attended a year of college, then dropped out to start farming with his father. "He wasn't a problem child. We never had any ^trouble with him all the time he was growing up. Usually you can tell if your kids are up to something, but this was a complete shock," said his father. "His intentions were to come in to farming with me. We got more land, bought a new tractor and were all set." The Herald pays $5 every week (or the best news tip turned in by a reader. DON'T BE Swift's Protcn Round Steak Lb 79c Chuck Roasts u, 49c Lean Fresh Pork Cutlets Lb 59c Gr. Beef 2u*. 79c Premium Lean Franks 12P £ 43c Pork Steak u, 49c BUTTER NUT COFFEE All > Grinds Can 59 SPECIAL SALE FOOD KING 10 for Green Beans Baby Li mas Pork and Beans Sh. String Potatoes Hominy Spaghetti 300 Size Can $1.00 I Duff's Mixes Bran Muffin Pancake jfl ^at Blueberry pi 1 f 1< Biscuit rk 9- III Instant • %^ Potatoes Mr** Tt Food King Frozen Strawberries 5 I P,;^, $1.00 Shurfine Frozen Orange Juice 6 oz. cans Food King TUNA Food King CATSUP 6££ Town and Country Ice Cream Fancy Yellow a Gal. 59c 6 oz. 69c «* cans Shurfine Frozen Golden Corn 3 ££ 49c Ida-Treat Frozen French Fries 2 9oz. ^O^ Pkgs. A^W Spredit Cheese Spread 2 49c Red Ripe Tomatoes Fresh Pineapple New Potatoes Winesap Apples Carrots 23c each 25c 3 29c 4 ib, 59e 2b* g . 19c OGG'S Market 602 Maple Ph. CH 2-3442 — We Deliver Northern Tissue ........ 4 rolls 37 Shurfine Shortening .... 3 lb. can 69c Schilling Black Pepper . . 4 oz. size S9c Faultless Starch .... 12 oz. size 17c Lux Liquid ..... large size 33c Ivory Flakes .......... large size S4c Dreft ............ .... large size 34e Cheer ........... ..... Reg. size S3c OtTAWA HtflttLD Thursday;, March For Quick and Easy Meals BREADED SHRIMP 99 Cap'n John's Frozen 2 LB $'| Pkg. | 10-oz.Pkg.69e Short Ribs T ;^ Neck Bones Bacon Wieners for Soup Allg«e4 Sli(M< "Super- Ri|hf •U. AAP "Sup«r.Right" Quality Tenckr taf CHUCK ROASTS Black Cut Lb. 7-Bon« Cut 33' 43 ROUND BONE CUT .....Lb. 53c CHUCK STEAKS. .....Lb. 49e U.S.No. 1 Washed, Red POTATOES Stock Up at This Low Price Calif. Fresh Tender 20 £59 ASPARAGUS Lb. Bunch Special Feature Value A 4c P Fresh-Frozen Chopped Fresh Egg Plant..... u |Qo Broccoli .... 2 For Salads, Fre.h Cap'n John's Frozen Dinner Avocados... 3,.,29c Haddock.. '£49o 10 oz. For Lenten Meals, Sunnyfield -LB. I Pkg. Special CK. Feature Btl. 2 '£• • *•• •WIHWII iTiwvi«y «»viiiiyiroiu _^_^ Pancake Hour 2 For Salads and Cooking Mazola Oil Special Value, Tangy Sniders Catsup Special Feature — Merchant's Supreme Fresh Saltines Special Feature - Chicken Noodle Campbell's Soup Special Feature Lavoris Mouthwash A*P c,.d.»A»,enid»d toM^mi Cl f'"«Wl« ........ t?29e Pillsbury Rolls ...... '£29« Special Value! Sonthlno Fresh •"*** *•"»•.•••• 3£:79c Hydrox Cookies. "£• 35o Reliable, Cut HilA Brothm Green Beans. . . .2 «£• 36c Vacuum Coffee. . . '£ 7lo Fancy Quality Wisconsin Cheese 25 69' 29 29 3 10V2-OX. ^MJ^M* Cans ^W^r 39 Sliced or Piece Lb. Longhorn 49. Cream Cheese ES £ 29' 29 e 69' 29 C Cake Mixes dexo Shortening Tomato Juice '.£&,. '£ MARGARINE Nutley Brand 4 Mb. Pkg,. HERSHEY'S DAINTIES s«mi-Sweet, Chocolat* *•«. Pkg. 25C HERSHEY'S COCOA Instant Mix KARO SYRUP Red Label Pint Botllt 27* CUT RITE Scott, Waxed Paper 125-Foot Roll 9Q0 SOFT WEVE Scott Brand Tissue 2 Roll Pack 270 SCOTTIES TISSUE Scott, White or Colored SCOT TOWEL* White or Colored, Paper Jane Parker-Fresh-Baked Cherry Pie . 49c SB Cling Peaches Fruit Cocktail Sail Detergent Comet Cleanser ££2 Dash Detergent '£ Fabric Softener "£' '£45' Downy 17*ei. Hm* ' Ska ~" . • .. w«vv i TMt CIEAT ATUNTIC t fACIfIC TIA COMPANY, INC,' Effntiv* thru Much 30th Ottawa, Kawat

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