The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1959 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 23, 1959
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Workers Escorted To Mill By Troopers HENDERSON, N.C. (iAP)-Po- lice and state troopers, outnumbering pickets, escorted a full shift of workers to their jobs at the Harriet - Henderson Cotton Mills today after another outbreak of violence. > The quiet scene contrasted sharply with Wednesday night when second-shift workers met small arms fire, homemade flares and firecrackers. About 250 pickets Ignored a steady drizzle at the company's two plants to jeer and shout defiance at the departing workers. One picket was struck in the arm by a .38 caliber bullet. Officers said he received first aid treatment at a hospital and was released. An unidentified woman reportedly suffered a slight head wound from a shot or a steel pellet hurled from a'slingshot. An officer said she was treated at the South Henderson plant dispensary. There were a few minor incidents reported during the night. Two persons were arrested and charged with illegal discharge of firearms, and carrying concealed weapons. The strikers were angered at the small number of jobs left available to them after the strike apparently was settled last week. When only 30 strikers were taken back Monday, the striking Textile Workers Union of America said it had been misled as to the number of jobs available to Its members. The union said it had about 1,- Revlon MOON DROPS KRAMER DRUG STORE 000 members out of the 1,200 workers in the two plants before the itrike began Nov. 17. Wednesday night's violence fol- owed by only a few hours a denouncement at Raleigh by Gov. Luther Hodges of the'handling of he situation by management and he union. Hodges, who had helped nego- late a settlement last Friday, accused management of mislead- ng him "intentionally or other- vise." Hodges, redfaced and shak ng his finger vigorously, said the role of attempting to end the five- month-old strike is "the toughest ob I've ever had." The strike started after the company sought to have an arbi- ration clause in the contract elinv nated. After the mills reopened on a limited basis, seniority rights of workers and strikers became a major issue. 134 8. Main CH 2,2055 Wagon Train On To Topeka LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -, The Oregon Centennial wagon train headed for Topeka today after a stopover just west of Lawrence and a wonderful reception last night. The seven wagon train, four days out of Independence, Mo., and enroute to Independence, Ore., attracted thousands of spec* tators in a parade over Massachusetts Street in Lawrence late yesterday. Tex Serpa, the wagon master, was presented a huge cake decorated with four candles, com morating the fourth day of the 2,000-mile journey. Students from Haskell Indian Institute performed native dances along the parade route to enliven the festivities. News From Wellsville Area Cite Need For Wheat Cars WASHINGTON (AP) -The railroads have assured Kansas members of Congress they are making every effort to see there are enough freight cars available to move the 1959 winter wheat crop. Sen. Andrew F. Schoeppel and Rep. William H. Avery, Kansas Republicans, said they were informed the grain belt railroads are increasing their repair forces to condition more cars for grain loadings. They said they under stood some new cars will be available. Schoeppel and Avery issued tjjis statement: "It now appears the railroads are making every reasonable effort to have all available equipment ready to move the 1059 wheat crop. Certainly now is the time to assemble and repair grain cars, as the harvest will be in full swing in Kansas in less than, 60 days. As is the case each year! prompt unloading at the terminal warehouse Is necessary if there will be enough cars to go around." Petty Thefts Are Just School Prank CHERRYVALE, Kan. (AP) Approximately 15 pupils from Cherryvale High School admitted to police, county authorities and a KB I agent that they stole articles from Pittsburg S.t ate College and merchants in Pittsburg during a music festival April 3. Pittsburg Police Chief Ralph Beard, who came to Montgomery County yesterday to conduct an investigation, said the pupils told him some of them agreed only those who brought some stolen article would be allowed to board the bus to return to Cherryvale. Beard said some of the pilferers mailed back the stolen articles before authorities found out what happened. About half those involved are girls. MM. ROYCE MYERS Mrs. Arthur Bivlns. Paola, was a dinner guest of her brother, L. E. Collins and Mrs. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burgoon, Roy and Diane have moved to Hcring- ton, where Burgoon has employment. The Burgoons have been living at the Frank O'Ncil farm north of Wellsville. Miss Josephine Hosteller gave a lea honoring former residents and old friends. Those present were Mrs. Elizabeth Garrison, Wichita, Mrs. Anna Larrick, California; Mrs. Frankye Boynton, Kansas City, and Mrs. Bess Hopkins, Independence. Mrs. Royce Myers attended the 83rd session Grand Chapter of Kansas, O.E-S., at Topeka. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice O'Noil moved Saturday to Dyer, Ark., where they hav« purchased B 10- acre tract of land with a filling station and 4-bedroom house. Rev. and Mrs. John Perry attended the Kansas District Council of Assembly of God Churches in Kansas City. Sgt. and Mrs, Herbert Isenhower, Larry and Jerry will be moving soon to Forl Smith. Tex., where Sgt. Isenhower has his assignment. The Isenhower family has been living in Mrs. Leone Todd's rental property on North Main while Sgt. Isenhower spent the past year in Grcenlnnd. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zncclnni Mission, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lnwrenz, Kansas City, were guests of Mrs. Anna Brcchclscn and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brecliciscn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Hoyt, accompanied \hc former's sister, Mrs. Lorcna Mntile, to Kansas City, where Mrs. Malile underwent minor eye surgery ot St. Ltikq's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Newton visited Mr, and Mrs. Forrest Booth on (heir way home to Birming hnm, Ala. Mrs. Clarence Coffmnn nnti Mrs- Jennie Lytte attended the IRlh «nmif\l Kansas Conference inlcl m Pitts-burg. While there ihdy stnycd with Mrs. Cecil Thlry, formerly of Wellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Foster, Stephen and Buddy and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith of Montlccllo, Ky.', came for a visit with Mr. Moster and Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Wlllnrd Atkins. Mr. Atkins nnd Peggy. They nlso visited their mint, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Mnsscngalc. Guests of Mrs. Eciith Coughlin nnd Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coughlin were Mrs. S. K, Hunt of Lee's Summit, Mo-, nnd Mrs. Maurlnc llognn, Pittsburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnlph Mourlng have lefl for their home at Colton, Calif., nftcr visiting with Mrs. Mouring's mother, Mrs. II. E Patton and Mr. Pntlon. Cuba To Be "Independent" NEW YORK (AP) - The new Cuban regime will be Independent in the United Nations. Prime Minister Fidel Castro says, and Us delegates will "vote for human rights" and not In line with blocs. But Cuba will honor her international obligations, he adds. Castro made the statements nl a correspondents' luncheon during a three-hour visit to the United Nations Wednesday. The Prime Minister's schedule OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 23, 1990 today Includes a call on Mayot Robert F. Wagner at City .Hal and a talk at a luncheon being given In his 'honor by the 0v#" seas Press Club.' *' Castro told the U.N. correspondents that free elections In Cuba con be held only after « "bastf for true democracy" has been laid through a wide program of land reform and social and economic development. , 1 During a questlon-and-answfr period at the luncheon, Castro alao snkl there arc no Communists in his government. MIRRORS Beveled and Plain Edge For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 [AFFILIATED! 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CH 2-4187 • • I • • SAVE RED HOT COUPON SALE SAVE with "Op»n-Flr«" flavor JELLO All Flavors 3, MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE FOOD KING PEACHES E CS SAMPAN BARTLETT PEARS ^SSBUR?" OR PANCAKE FLOUR STALEY'S WAFFLE SYRUP Shurf ine GREEN BEANS SHURFINE PEAS 2o£ Shurfine SHORTENING 3 FLUFFO 3 25c All Grinds — Limit Lb. 3 No. 2% Cans 3 No. 2% Cans 2-Lb. Pkg. 79e 1.00 :, •i SPECIAL PURCHASE < . YARD GOODS Values to 69c 1 FRI. AND SAT. ONLY 25c Yd. - 5 Yds. for $1.00 i Limit 15 Yds. With Coupon SPECIAL PURCHASE UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 12c yd. ~i Limit 15 Yde. With Coupon BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 4-6-8 Only Quart 43e 2 303 Cans -Lb. Can -Lb. Can 35c 37c 69c 79e Wesson Oil rr 33c MAZOLA 63c Shilling Pure PEPPER 4 £ 29e 33c 39c 35cBox Mixes Instantly with Milk Lb. 4/C Lawry Seasoned SALT Lawry's GARLIC SPREAD NESTLE'S OUIK FOR THAT OUTDOOR COOKING KINGFORD CHARCOAL 10, 69c WIZARD CHARCOAL LIGHTER ,,, 39c NAPKINS, PAPER PLATES, CUPS, ETC. 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