BOWLING STARS — These girls are members of Twisters team which won first place in Ottawa High GAA Junior League which ended season yesterday at Royal T Lanes. From left are Theresa Bunch, Ellen Speer and Judy Thompson. Ellen, by the way, carried the highest average, 138, in the league and rolled the best 2-line series, 339. Fourth Twister, Pat Deputy, isn't shown. (Herald Photos). Military Security At Stake In Laotian Crisis, Says JFK By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy says "the future of peaceful coexistance" and the military security of Southeast Asia may hang in the balance as East and West grapple with the crisis in Laos. While being obviously wary of discussing the subject, Kennedy managed at his news conference Wednesday to dramatize official concern over the threat by Communist forces to destroy the independence and neutrality of the Laotian kingdom. WATCH your dog GO for Protein-Rich Choice of Beef or Liver His meeting with newsmen came shortly after the Pentagon announced it had ordered 3,000 troops and some jet planes into Thailand next month for maneuvers. Communist-threatened Thailand borders Laos. In an opening statement, Kennedy announced that W. Averell Harriman, undersecretary of state would travel to Moscow today bearing a presidential message to Soviet Premier Khrushchev on the situation in Laos. Kennedy said, "We will know a good deal more about the prospects" once Harriman completes his mission. On other major topics, Kennedy said: McFadden Electric Electrical Contracting General Repair Phone CH 2-2971 Britain and the United States are urging Khrushchev to speed nuclear test ban talks, though "I m not overly sanguine about the rospects," Kennedy suggested lat only agreement on a test ban ould induce him to participate in in early summit meeting with the Soviet premier. Since January, 4,000 to 5,000 Soviet troops and technical person- icl have left Cuba while the num- jer entering that country has been "300 or 400 at the most.' Critics of the administration's •uba policies should be more precise in presenting alternatves. And Kennedy believes it would be 'imprudent" at this time to rec- gnize a Cuban government in ex- le which might not adequately represent the home folks. The President is confident that louse members, if given a chance >y the Rules Committee to vote on major administration pro grams, "will make very clear that he American people are still committed" to the economic goals Kennedy has in mind. Self Service Shoe Store Formerly Queen's 123 S. Main Ottawa Stock Liquidation Sale Women's Canvas SHOES Up to $3.98 Values Oxfords and Slip-Ons Men's Dress Shoes Up to $10.95 Value NONE HIGHER Women's Hi Heels Up to 10.95 Values ENTIR ESTOCK INCLUDED Children's SHOES Men's Work BOOTS Up to $12.95 Values ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED Women's Flats ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED ROLLS TOP GAME — Betty Mangum, an attraction around a bowling alley even if she couldn't lift a ball, is a pretty good bowler, too. She scored top game, 186, in GAA Junior League play. Mantle In; Maris And Daley Out NEW YORK (AP)-Roger Maris is out again, Mickey Mantle's in again and lefty Bud Daley has joined the New York Yankees' long, long list of hospital cases. Daley, a Yank relief pitcher, is scheduled for surgery Friday for removal of bone chips in his pitching elbow. He will be out for about two months. Maris, who made his first appearance of the season last Friday, reinjured a hamstring muscle in his right leg while running out a ground single Wednesday against Chicago. He was replaced immediately. The Yankees said Maris will rest the leg today and Friday days off for the World Champions —and a decision on his availability won't be made until late Friday. Mantle, out since April 13 with rib cage injuries, has been pronounced fit for duty and is expected to start Saturday's game against Cleveland. The Yankees, plagued with a long siring of illness and injuries this season, have not yet been able to field their regular starting line-up. At least one, and sometimes more regulars have missec every game. Practice Session For Girls WELLSVILLE - The seventh and eighth grade girls, under the direction of Mrs. Lois Adriance, participated in a preliminary track meet at Gardner, Saturday. Gardner scored a total of 55 points and Wellsville 42. The event was a practice for the invitational track meet May 11. All girls in the Tri-County League are invited. Wellsville placed as follows at the meet Saturday: 50-yard dash: lightweight, Patty Corsage second with 6.9; heavyweight, Idonna Haney second with 6.8; Sandy Shoemaker third. 75-yard dash: lightweight, Pat- tay Corsage first with 10.0; heavyweight, Jean Gleisberg second with 9.8. Softball throw: lightweight, Jo Coughenour first with 125 yards; heavyweight, Penny WhitLey first with 159 yards; Jean Gleisberg, third. High jump: lightweight, Kathy DeVore and Karen .O'Connor tied for first with 4 feet 2 inches; heavyweight, Sandy Shoemaker second. Running broad jump: lightweight, Karen O'Connor second; Janet Guy third. Broad jump: heavyweight, Idonna Haney second. Find Long Lost Wallet MALONE, N.Y. (AP)—Twenty years ago, a wallet belonging to Al Fleury of Malone was stolen while he was stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Fleury just got the wallet back, accompanied by a note from a woman who said her husband had found the wallet hidden in a wall he was tearing down at the Army post. Title Rematch Set At Vegas LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-Thi world heavyweight return titl bout between champion Sonn; Liston and Floyd Patterson ha been definitely set for June 27 in the Las Vegas Convention Cente: which seats 8,400. Al Bolan, vice president o Championship Sports, Inc., whicl is promoting the rematch, made the announcement Wednesday. He said each fighter will get 30 pe cent of the gate receipts and 3 per cent of the proceeds from na tionwide closed circuit theate television. Hair Fixing Being Judged MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) he 51 contestants in the Mrs. America contest do up their hair hree different ways for the udges today. The hair styling competition, hird of the week, requires the women to fix their hair accord- ng to a prescribed formula, then ear it down and fix it two other ways of their own choice. The first competition, home dec- jration, was won by Mrs. Mon- ana, Gloria Heggen of Ekalaka. e second, baking an apple pie rom standard ingredients and recipes, was won by Wynette K. ?ar of Brigham City, Utah. Winners in the individual con- ;ests pile up points toward the Mrs. America title, to be awarded Saturday night. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 25, 1963 Plane Crash "On Purpose" MADISON, Wis. (AP)—Reports of a plane crash on Madison's fW' East Side resulted in a rash tit telephone calls Wednesday 'SIR Truax Air Force Base. ^ ttl . One housewife said she coiJHF see smoke and was sure a pllfte had crashed. • f>fl8 . A base spokesman said that'll vance notice will be given -the next time the base fire deparjj 1 ment holds a fire drill and biujui, a useless plane. 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