The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 19, 1963 · Page 5
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Where Work's Concered Anyway Don't Worry, Men, It's Still Your World THE CJPTAWA HERALD Friday, April 19, 1963 WASHINGTON (AP)-Some robust men are beginning to worry —what with women entering the work force in ever growing numbers—that the gals are pushing the men out on the unemployment rolls. The experts at the Labor Department say there is no real ground for such fears. With 4.5 million workers unemployed, considerable attention was directed to a recent Labor Department announcement that a third of all married women are now holding paid jobs as well as their husbands. Moreover, the total of working women is rising faster than that of men. This is an indication of what is happening in industrial life. Introduction of machines and tech- nical innovations have an accompanying increase in the amount of paperwork required, typically women's work. Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz reflects a feeling held in many quarters that jobs should be filled on the basis of ability rather than sex. "Women play an important role in our economic life. Their contribution as factory workers, teachers, nurses, secretaries, typists, laboratory aides, librarians and in other occupations is a major factor in production of our needed goods and services," Wirtz told the Associated Press. The charge is often made that women workers are filling jobs they do not need and which could be filled by unemployed men if he women were not working. Our studies show that women work 'or the same reasons that men do—to support themselves and themselves and their dependents. Women's earnings in many families are a substantial factor in meeting living costs. WELLSVILLE THESPIANS - Members of east of "Anne of Green Gables", 3-act comedy to be presented at 8 tonight by Wellsville High seniors ire (seated, from left) Pam Poole, Lois Schendel, Omera Knoop, Jean Whiteford and Robert Harra; (second row from left) Susan Gleisburg (with hat,) Janet Reeves, Nancy Harris and Larry Denton; (third row, from left) Bonnie Bivins, Carol Lawrenz, Dale O'Connor and Roger Johnston. (Herald Photo) So Go Your Way And Quit Stealing NASHVILLE Tenn. (AP)-Atj 3:30 a.m. the phone rang in the rectory of St. Henry's Catholic Church. "Is this the father?" a voice asked. "Yes," said the Rt. Rev. Joseph A. Seiner. "If you will look on the front seat of your car you will find the collection money we stole Sunday." With the package of money Msgr. Seiner found a letter that said: "We are returning this money from the robbery on Easter morning. Our need for a clear conscience is greater than our need for the money. We beg the Church's forgiveness for this great injustice toward God. We also ask the forgiveness of Michael Ignet for the blow he received during the robbery, and that by no means was this directed toward him personally." Ignet, elderly chief usher at St. Henry's, was struck on the head with a piece of lumber and the ecalp wound required 12 stitches. "The bag he was carrying contained $180 in cash and (149 in checks," the letter said. "The checks have been destroyed. "Some of this was spent before we reached the decision to return it. Therefore, we can only return $121 at this time. The rest of it we will pay back as soon as we can. "Father, if we are forgiven, please put it in the paper that the money was returned and that our appeal for forgiveness has been accepted. If this attempt to undo the crime that we have committed has failed, would you please let us know through the Nashville Tennessean." The priest asked the newspaper to print in today's editions these words from the Bible: "I will not the death of a sinner, but that he be converted and saved." Msgr. Seiner said he will turn the letter over to police, but with a request that the investigation be dropped. He said he does not wish to press charges if the offenders are found. * * * If you're puzzled by the passage of Scripture in this story, try reading it as "I will not will (or wish) the death of a sinner. . . " Public Auction Due to the death of my husband, I will sell the following livestock and farm items at Public Auction at the farm located 4 miles south, one mile east, one-quarter mile north of Homewood, Kansas, Couple Moves To Gardner By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Tice noved to Gardner Saturday. Charles New, Chicago. HI., is pending his two weeks vaca- ion with his parents, Mr. and Vlrs. Ed New. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fishburn d Jane were in Kansas City ''riday evening, visiting her fa- her D. R. Banta, who is being ared for in a nursing home •vhile Mrs. Banta is a patient at Research Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eade, laturday to spend two weeks with heir daughter, Mrs. John Gracey, and family. Mrs. Dale Bones and Ole Pederson have received word that heir father, Gilbert Pederson, is hospitalized in Stanley, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rockers >vere guests at the meeting of the canasta club with Mr. and Mrs. Wark Rocker, Jr., Sunday eve- ling. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lickteig, Mr. nd Mrs. Gene Brock, Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Rossman and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Chandler. Twenty-two attended the Self- on Wednesday, April 24, '63 (Starting at 1:00 p.m.) LIVESTOCK — 8 milk cows; 8 dairy heifers; 2 heifer calves; 18 unshorn Hamp. ewes; 13 lambs; 1 buck. MACHINERY — Farmall H tractor; Farmall C tractor; cultivator for C tractor; International corn planter with fertilizer attachment; No. 24 7-ft. tractor mower; tandem disc; International plow, 2-14; rotary hoe, 2-row; International 7-ft. mower; 2-row cultivator; John Deere 4-bar side delivery rake; Sulky .mke; Wetmore hammer mill, small; auger, 8-ft., new; blade; scoop; Ford tractor; plow; cultivator. MILKING EQUIPMENT — DeLaval milking system, 2-unit; 6-can cooler; DeLaval electric cream separator. MISCELLANEOUS — Articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES — Solid oak extension table, antique; library table; matching vanity and chest; davenport and chair; kitchen cabinet; treadle sewing machine; stone jars, some antique. CONSIGNED — Gehl Mixall feed grinder, less than 2 years old. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents, Mrs. Lloyd Schweitzer, OWNER Clerk: Peoples National Bank, Ottawa. Auctioneers: Myers Brothers. Refreshments will be sold by Mt. Olivet W.M.S. Richmond News Halp Class at Fellowship Hall Tuesday afternoon. Ten attended the Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting at Mrs. Omara's Tuesday evening. Frank Cox was in Canyon, Tex., over the weekend on business. Mrs. Cox accompanied him to Ava, Okla., and spent the time with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harzeman. Marvin Pickert, Santa Fe agent at Moberly, Mo., spent his vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pickert. . Mrs. Chester Martin and Mrs. Earl Wall, Jr., were hostesses at the meeting of the Stitch and Chatter Club at Central Community Center Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pedrow's house guests last week were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pedrow and family, Victorville, Calif., and Mrs. Marie Shelton, Kansas City. Baby Dies PRATT, Kan. (AP) - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goodwin of Haysville, Kan., awoke Thursday morning and founf their 5-month- old son, Eric, dead. The family had spent the night in a car west of Kingman. Cause of the child's death was not determined. OlatheHigh Gets New Principal GOODLAND, Kan. (AP)-Bryce Stallard, 36, principal of Goodland high school for the past year, resigned Wednesday to become a principal of Olathe (Kan.) High School. Stallard is a native of Perry, Kan. graduated from Baker University in 1950 and obtained a master's degree at Kansas in I960. He is doing graduate work at Kansas State. At Goodland he also assumed part of the duties of the city superintendent of schools since the superintendent's departure for another post. He started as a high school basketball coach at Goodland in 1957 and moved to Wichita Campus High after finishing third in the Class A tourney. At Campus, he started the Christmas basketball classic for top junior college and high school teams. It draws junior colleges from four states. The Christmas tourney will be transferred to Goodland this December and the Goodland Chamber of Commerce announced it will hire Stallard to conduct the tourney. Farmer Hurt In Accident WELLSVILLE - A New Hope community farmer, Percy VanHorn, is recuperating from a broken collar bone suffered in an accident on his farm. While unloading a manure spreader in the field, he was between it and the tractor to which it was hooked when the tractor moved forward. In trying to move from between the two im plements, he fell. The manure spreader ran over his left foot and right shoulder. It dragged him for a short distance until he managed to free himself and drive the tractor back into the driveway. Wellsville Girl! Bitten By Snake WELLSVILLE - Virgiiria,V 9- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hopkins, LeLoup, was bitten twice by a snake Tuesday afternoon. Virtinia and her sister, Esther, were accompanying Sheryl O'Dea and Jeannie Ledom as they gathered LeLoup community newi items. Finding the rocks too hard underfoot, Virginia was walking in a ditch when she came upon the snake which was of good size. 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Savings Bonds Make Such Good Gifts For Your Grandchildren (or children or nieces or nephews) Here's a gift that will grow in value and some day go toward college tuition or a home or keep on growing as a nest egg for the future. Few other gifts accomplish as much. Peoples National Bank ef Ottawa Kansas State Bank of Ottawa First National Bank of Ottawa

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