The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 13, 1963 · Page 1
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Saturday, April 13, 1963
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TTAWA HERALD «,'* VOL. 67 NO. 106 OTTAWA, KANSAS SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1963 7 CENTS EIGHT PAGES "Why Seek Ye The Living Among The Dead?" OUT OF THE DARKNESS, LIGHT - Dawn will break tomorrow, and catching its first light will be church belfrys, many with crosses, such as St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Homewood. And wherever there's a sign of the Cross, there'll be rejoicing in the Resurrection which brought light out of the darkness of the Crucifixion. (Herald Photo by Dick Crawford). New Poison Threat In Tuna By LARRY OSIUS Associated Press Staff Writer Grocers and housewives have been alerted to a new botulism threat, this time in canned tuna prepared for the Jewish Passover season already under way. The Food and Drug Administration in Washington announced Friday that some defective cans of tuna gave indications of being contaminated by the deadly clostridium botulinum type E. The cans in question were shipped to six metropolitan areas within the past two months, FDA officials said. They bear the stamped serial numbers WY2 and WY3 and the labels read, in part, "Dagim—white tuna—kosher for Passover—net wt. 7 oz." The areas are New York, Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Augusta, Ga. A spokesman for the FDA said "We don't think a large amount has been sold." He said the shipper had notified all recipients last week of the possibility that the canned tuna was contaminated. Chicken Pox Tip Wins Mrs. Ray Smith, Ottawa RFD 3, is a winner, too. Her husband won election to the Ottawa board of education April 2, Now Mrs, Smith wins the $5 Herald tip prize for her report on Ray's coming down with the chicken pox after the election. Other tipsters were Paul Perkins, 525 Elm: Mrs. Wiley Broers, Ottawa RFD 2; Mrs. Jerry Foote, 708 S. Locust; Mrs. Allie Murray, 703 Princeton, and Mrs. Jack Kille, 504 Ash. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news or feature tip, Frescriptioaft—&aney. CH 2-3092 Adv. The spokesman said about 10 defective cans had been tested and most showed indications of botulinum. All, he said, were found in the metropolitan New York area. The FDA said the tuna—kosher to meet Jewish dietary restrictions and doubly supervised for the Jewish Passover season to ensure that no leavened bread is contained in it—was packed by the Washington Packing Corp. of San Francisco. That firm, shut down since March 22, also packed tuna which apparently led to the deaths from botulism of two Detroit women last month. They had obtained their tuna from an A&P store in Detroit. The FDA said tests showed type E botulinum in the unused portion of the tuna fish. A&P removed all of the suspect- ed shipment from its shelves and subsequent checks showed no other contaminated cans. However, a can packed by Washington Packing and shipped to a California firm also was found to have type E botulinum. The FDA said the earlier A&P shipment and the Passover tuna now in question were the only interstate shipments it knows ol from the Washington Packing Corp. He Is Not Here But Is Risen" And they found the stone rolled away from the sepulchre. And they entered in, and found not the body of the Lord Jesus. And it came to pass, as they were much perplexed thereabout, behold, two men stood by them in shining garments: And as they were afraid, and bowed down their faces to the earth, they said unto them, Why seek ye the living amond the dead? He is not here, but is risen: remember how He spake unto you when He was in Galilee, Saying, The Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and the third day rise again. And they remembered His words, And returned from sepulchre, and told all these things unto the eleven, and to all the rest. — St. Luke XXIV * * * * * * * * Many Worship Where He Died By DAVID LANCASHIRE JERUSALEM, Jordan (AP) Thousands of Christians have flocked to the Holy Land for Eastertide to share in the rituals marking the crucifixion, burial and resurrection of Christ. Eastern and Western churches held four separate burial services on Good Fiday. Sunday the pageantry of worship turns to the joys of Easter. Pilgrims knelt beneath flickering candles at Calvary on Good Friday night as priests lifted an effigy of Christ's body from the cross and buried it in Jerusalem's * if if A Day Of Rejoicing In Christian World New Paint Store Will Open Soon A new paint business, the Acme Quality Paint Store, is to be opened soon in Ottawa, with Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Kelly" Lloyd, long-time residents of Ottawa, in charge of the operation. The new business is at 4th and Main, the location previously occupied by the Skelgas Company. The place is being made ready for an early opening which will be announced. The Acme firm, which is in its 80th year of operation, has its headquarters in Detroit, Mich. R. G. Bull, general manager, said: "We conducted a comprehensive survey of the many economic factors which contribute to long- range business success, and we view our entry into the Ottawa market with unreserved enthusiasm." "We feel," he added, that the range of products and services we offer will make ours the most complete home decorating center in any community." Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd are both undergoing a factory sales training program. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Christians throughout the nation —Protestant, Roman Catholic and Orthodox—will gather Easter Sunday to celebrate the centuries-old but ever-radiant drama of Chrit's resurrection. Wherever there stands a sign of the cross, the reverent will make their way to mountain-top altars, valley shrines, outdoor arenas, underground caverns and flower-bedecked churches. "He is risen—He is risen indeed," will ring throughout Christendom. President Kennedy and his family are likely to attend Easter services in Palm Beach at St. Edwards or, as they did last year,, attend private services held at the home of the President's father, Joseph P. Kennedy, who is recovering from a stroke suffered in December, 1961. The Weather Bureau said exceptional fine spring weather is in store for the nation as a whole, which will give Easter Parade participants a chance to show off their new spring clothes. The most spectacular of these will be on New York City's Fifth Avenue, where tens of thousands will parade. TauyVToot Hope your Easter Day is filled with joy. One of the largest outdoor services will be held in Florida at Miami Stadium. In previous years, the services and a pageant sponsored by Miami Council of Churches drew 40,000 yearly. In Winslim-Salem, N. C., the 191st Moravian Sunrise Easter Service will be held in front of Home'Moravian Church. The Annual crowd, which usually numbers 20,000, marches to God's Acre, the Moravian graveyard, called "City of the Equal Dead." One of the nation's most unusual Easter sunrise services will take place in two Missouri caves. The Rev. Lyman Riley will conduct the services at Meramec Caverns, Stanton, Mo., for motorists traveling on Route 66. The Mormon minister also will conduct another service in Onondage Cave, Leaseburg, Mo., where he uses a natural rock formation as a pulpit. Sunrise services will be held atop Bald Knob in the Shawnee Hills section of southern Illinois, the highest spot in the state. Worshipers from five states will attend the services that were originated 23 years ago by a mail carrier and a country parson. Bald Knob has an 111-foot cross erected by public subscription. ancient Church of the Holy Sep- ulchre—to most Christians the e*» act site of Christ's crucifixion. 'Calvary is now a balcony insidt the church doors, its bare rocJE shielded with rich mosaics, can* dies and clusters of glowing lanterns. * Pilgrims from many lands bowed in the dark vaults of the church crumbling with age and resounding with chants of hymns. They watched robed and bearded Catholic priests withdraw nails from the cross on Calvary. , Christ's effigy, wrapped in sheets of linen, was anointed. Then, to the chant of prayers, it was carried tu the candlelit sepul- chre. * Officials said about 15,000 Christians were in the Holy Land folr Eastertide. ";-,' Earlier in the day the pilgrims retraced the footsteps of Christ from the site of Pontius Pilate's fortress through the Streets of Sorrow to Calvary. Some carried heavy crosses,tit emulate the Savior's suffering. Some wore sandals. Others wore reproductions of the glittering helmets of the Roman legionnaires who followed Christ to his death nearly 2,000 years ago. Throughout the afternoon pro* cession pilgrims stopped at 14 stations of the cross to pray in-many tongues. The stations mark where Christ was scourged and flogged, where he stumbled and fell, and, finally, where he was nailed td the cross and died. The Weather ; COUNTY FORECAST - Fair and a little warmer through Sunday. Low tonight 40-45. High Sunday lower 70s. High temperature yesterday, 60; low today, 40; high year ago today, 81; low year ago today, 29; record hlfh this date, 86 In 1936; record low thia date, 21 In 1950; hourly temperature!. 24 hours ending 8 a.m., today: 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 51 9 p.m. 59 10 p.m. 11 a.m 64 11 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 66 Midnight 67 67 68 68 66 64 61 58 1 a.m. 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 8 a.m. 53 50 4> 48 44 43 42 43 43 44 44 Easter Many Things, Including These: Flowers and bunnies and painted eggs have their places in the Easter observance, all adding to the joy of the joyous anniversary of the Resurrection. Not many flowers are in bloom as yet, but there's a "lily" in Community Art Show at Ottawa University's Mammel Art Center. It's shown below with the artist who painted it, Mrs. John J. Pinney, 1239 S. Hickory. At right, Sue Rollins, 7- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rollins, 301 Brockport, displays basket with bunny and eggs, a picture you'll see repeated on many lawns tomorrow if the weather's nice. (Herald Photos by Lois Smith and A. I. Van Cleave).

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