The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1959 · Page 5
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*»* 4 Growing Strength Of West Germany Worries Russia Tired Businessman Should Stand On Head MOSCOW (AJ)-Growing Soviet ; concern over the rising strength j of West Germany is reflected in a campaign accusing the Bonn gov- i ernment of trying to undermine the forthcoming East-West Nego- \ tiations. • The latest Soviet attack came in , a note to the West German gov- i ernment Tuesday. Moscow warned i again that West German rearmament with U.S.-supplied nuclear ! weapons increases the danger of i war. ; In such a war, the note said, s the German position will be "mill; tarily hopeless." Diplomats in Moscow say that , Soviet leaders are even more concerned in some respects by West i Germany's remarkable postwar re; covery than by the cold war competition with the United States. The new Soviet note, delivered ! to West German Ambassador ; Hans Kroll, asked: "Why does the i government of the German Fedi eral Republic insist on the posses- i sion of atomic weapons immedi- ' ately prior to the discussion of a peac'e treaty with Germany?" The Soviet note claimed that a rocket unit had already been es- [ tablished in West Germany, manned by troops trained In the ', United States to handle the weap- < ons capable of carrying a nuclear 1 warhead. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)- There's n new way for the tired businessman to get rid of nagging tension. He can stand on his head — yep, right in his own office. This upside down posture might even clear his thinking, and help him close a million-dollar business deal. Head standing in the modern American office as a quick way to relax is not a visionary dream. It is being done. Two of the leading exponents of this form of office exercise are Hugo Peretti, 41, and Luigi Creatore, 37, two of the brightest geniuses in the music recording field. "I can cure a blinding headache in five minutes by standing on my head," boasted Hugo. Ho is a reformed trumpet play er. His partner, Luigi, is a former 'reo lance writer- Both have special talent for finding and developing new recording stars. It is a nerve-wracking Industry and its strains often drive the iien in it to ulcers or the psy chiatrist's couch — or both. Some lime ago both Peretti and Cren lore felt the pressures were get ting them down. "Then we heard of yoga, the Hindu system of mental and body discipline," Hugo said. "We de cidcdMt was worth a try." Since then they have tosse away the tranquilizing pills, thc> say. When the tensions of a fasl paced day begin to turn thci nerves to twanging banjo string they simply shut the door, tur f the phone, go to a small gym icy have outfitted behind their ffice and practice their yoga ex rcises. "The exercises are designed to ring you mental relaxation and mprove your posture," explained Hugo . Luigi usually does the head land, 'because he is better at it. lugo's favorite is the lion pose "In this," said Hugo, "you kneel, then sit back on youi haunches like a lion. Your hands are stretched out past your knees You let your tongue hang out vour eyes bulge — and then yoi •stretch every muscle in your body, let them relax, then stretcl hem again." Secretaries were at first un nerved when they entered th gym and saw Hugo, his eyes bulg TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main Phon* CH 2-3490 g, making like n loan. But In 10 music world you soon get scd to anything. In another favorite yoga posl- on the pnrtners simply stretch ut on the floor and try as hard s possible, said Luigi, "to look ko a pleco of raw liver." "After five to 15 minutes of licse exercises," said Hugo, "we ump up completely refreshed. Vo are good then for another 10 lours of work." Once a week the boys visit their guru, or yoga teacher, for an hour of advanced Instruction. The partners have taken considerable ribbing from friends, jut they think the benefits in heir own case have shown any worried executive might improve iis health by a IHUle judicious head standing. "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seat* Recovered Tarps & Combine Canvaa repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES «2ft Ash Phone OH 2.8249 Says Profit Not Primary Goal Of Newspapers NEW YORK (AP)—While newspapers must have a profit to stay alive and strong, profit is not and cannot be their primary goal, the "president of the American Newspaper Publishers Assn. said today. Rather, said ANPA President D. Tennant Bryan, of the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch and News Leader, "the primary purpose of t the newspaper is to hold up to the < eyes of its readers a mirror of their life and the world in which they live." He added, in a prepared address at the association's 73rd annual convention, "Our single- 1 minded ethic must be to make that mirror as true and undistorted as black ink on white newsprint will permit." '•. Both friends and foes of newspapers, Bryan said, are bewil- i^dered by a business that requires '"profit on the one hand, but does " not work primarily for profit on the other. "In order to do the job that we should do, we must be independent and self-supporting. Profit is our strength; without it, we can not survive—but profit is not our primary purpose." In another prepared address, Robert M. White II, of the Mexico (Mo.) Ledger, decried a "heavy, continuous attack" on advertising. "Like any attack on freedom," he said, "any attack on advertising is an attack on the free press of America." White said that some persons In and out of government are attacking advertising for two main reasons—its success measured in terms of dollars invested, and the all - important role it plays in strengthening democracy with its freedoms. He said the attack Is from two basic directions—by taxation and ; by regulation—and is growing. [ "We have a weapon with which to turn back these attacks. The weapon is truth. Truth is on our 1 side. By itself, alone it will win • in time," he said. Cites Liberal Education Need KANSAS CITY (AP) — Dr. William J. Scarborough, president of Baker University, says a liberal education for a doctor "makes a man out of a technician." Dr. Scarborough was guest speaker at the banquet of the 27th National Osteopathic Child Conference. Approximately 1,100 doctors and guests attended the banquet. The history of health research, Dr. Scarborough said, has been the story of men whose vision extended beyond their contemporaries. Dr. Scarborough cited Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, founder of osteopathy, who also was a founder of the university he heads. He praised Dr. Still as a person who had a "deep reverence for God's work in creating man." Only the doctor who has a broad outlook on society as well as his specialty is fitted to take leadership, he said. "It is vital that our professional people equip themselves to help direct our society," he said. Happy Marriage Recipe Is Tops LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rosa Smith's recipe for a happy marriage is simple: Be good natured always. Not practical? Pshaw, 'tis too. She and her husband, retired harness maker Frank Smith, celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary Tuesday. This floor will never need a scrubbing. One swish of a damp mop and it is sparkling clean! This floor wi/ll never collect spots or stains. 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