•If 14 THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, May 2, 1963 Sir Winston Won't Seek A Return To Parliment LONDON (AP)-The House of Commons is losing its greatest son. After 60 years of triumph and trial in the mother of Parliaments Sir Winston Churchill announced Wednesday he is quitting politics because of his health. The 88-year-old statesman's regretful decision evoked deep feeling of sadness throughout Britain that he felt he had to go and pride in all Dial he had done. "We will never see his like again," said many. The old war horse, slowed by age and physical decline, said he will not be a candidate in the next general election, due by October 1964. He will remain a member of Commons until Parliament is dissolved before the election. Churchill wrote his Conservative supporters in his electoral district 128 Richmond News Notified Of Promotion By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morford have received word Uial their son, Eel die, who has been in the serv^ ice 20 years, now living at Tom'. pie, Texas has been promoted. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones and children, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lickteig and children visited Mr. and Mrs. George Atchison. Clarence Gault has been released from Anderson County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cliet Coals, Mr. and Mrs. John Coates visited Mr. and Mrs. Dean Coats at Odessa, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Atchison, Fort Myers, their son Eugene, Fort Benning, Ga,, have arrived here. They were called hero on account of the death of her father, Harper Wharlon, 71, who died of a heart attack in Osawa- totnie. Mr. and Mrs, Jim Chrishum, Arkansas City were here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark. Mrs. Lela Duffey, entertained at a family dinner. Among those present were Ray Duffey, Puc bio, Colo.; his son Duane Duffey and Miss Carol Janck, St. Joseph, Mo. and Mrs. Mildred Ebner, Emporia. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Licldeig's 10 children and their families gave Uiem a house warming in their new home, the former Charles Watson farm northwest of Garnett. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Picketi and son, Streamwood, 111., are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al Pickert. Earl Wall has purchased the Clarence Servious farm in the Tapley neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, Mrs. Jim Chambers and children visited the John Clark family at Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Herbie Wolfe entertained their Cajiasta Club. Colorado Cuts Income Taxes DENVER, Colo, (AP) - The Colorado Legislature approved a 15 per cent cut in personal income taxes this year, effective with Uie 1962 returns. But a stale official says 75,000 persons failed to lake advantage of the cut. "We are absolutely unable lo explain it," said Harold Drake, deputy state director of revenue. Drake said the 75,000 taxpayers will get refunds as soon as stale auditors refigure their returns. SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL of Woorlford Ihal his accident last year when he fell and broke his left (high, "greatly decreased my mobility, and it has become difficult for me to attend the House of Commons as 1 would wish." "I need not tell you with what Smoked picnic ~ Housewives Win Bridge Finals KANSAS CITY (AP) - Mrs. J. _ K. Buehler and Mrs. Clayton •— Sommers, two Ellsworth, Kan., housewives who have been playing bridge 35 years, were declared winners of the Kansas City regional finals in the North American Rubber Bridge Tournament. Finalists in a hundred regions throughout the nation played identical hands Wednesday night and the two high teams will meet for the national title May IS and 19 in New York. Mrs. Buehler and Mrs. Sommers overwhelmed 62 other players In the regional by scoring 4,820 points. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan • M, Young of Merrianj, Kan., were runners-up with 2,960. sadness I feel constrained to take (his step." he said. Churchill's 60-year career in Commons w»s unmatched for brilliance and achievement, From a hrash, outspoken stripling legislator of 2(5, he rose lo immortality in hi« own lifetime. He made a shaky start, foiling in his first race for Commons in 1809. He made it the next year. Except for I wo years in the political wilderness, when he was voted out of office in the 1020s, he has been a member of Commons ever xinco. Priding himself on being a "child of the House of Commons," ho declined a peerage to remain there. His career included nearly every cabinet office except foreign sec- rclary. The highest prixc came when he was fili, on May 10, 1040. His unheeded prophecies of peril had proved correct and Britain faced defeat from the Nazis. He took over the reins of government from Neville Chamberlain and three days later, in his first speech as prime minister, offered his people "nothing but blood, toil, tears and sweat." Lodge Rotly At Wellsville The Wellsviile Rcbckah Lodge was host to the Diamond Harvest Rally, District 8, April 29. Mrs. Thelma Pierce, noble grand, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Warren Scllcns, Pomona, is the secretary of the Diamond Haliy. Mrs. W. L. Pickering, Ottawa, led the singing of the opening •song, "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." There was a roll call of the lodges, and there were four lodge deputies present. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer in unison. Mrs. Nellie Patterson was in charge of the recreation which consisted of playing bingo. Refreshments were served folowing the game. The next meeting will be June 25 at (he Garnctt Christian Church. Each lodge is to bring cookies. 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