The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 29, 1959 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 29, 1959
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•L^^ < / ^''>^ '"''(. J* "" SV? 1 "" ^ & Soviets Offer Package Plan WARSAW (AP) - The Soviet Union and her Communist allies today announced their expected Western proposals of a package settlement embracing West Berlin, German unification and a European security system. Foreign ministers of the War saw Pact powers and the deputy minister of Communist China ended a two-day parley on the East West foreign ministers' meeting next month with a communique declaring: 1. Reunification of Germany must be "solved by Germans themselves with no interference from outside." 2. A peace treaty with Germany or settlement of West Berlin's future must not be made depend ent on solution of the European security problem. 3. Poland and Czechoslovakia must be accepted as full partlci pants at the Geneva conference ind the summit meeting expected to follow -next summer. 4. West Berlin should be made demilitarized "free city" guaranteed by the big powers and the United Nations; the .peace treaty proposed by the Soviets for Ger many should be approved at once. DOG-FACED SERGEANT — "Fritz" a German boxer was put into uniform by Mrs, Elsie Poorman, Spokane, Wash., for this entry in the Spokane Camera Club contest. "Fritz" referred to as a real ham gave Ms full co-operation. A Most Unusual Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If today's pennant race stand- Ings aren't enough to convince you that this is most unusual year in the American League, take a -stab at naming the three pitchers in the league who have won as many as three games so far. The AL has more aces than a pinochle deck—Billy Pierce, Dick Donovan, Herb Score, Cal McLish, Bob Turley, Whitey Ford, Frank Lary, Jim Bunning and Jack Harshman, to name a few. But the three who have won three are Washington's Pete Ramos- and Russ Kemmerer and Kanjsas City's Bob Grim. Each is 3-1. ' Ramos had a 14-18 record last ^season for the last place Senators. Kemmerer was 6-15. Grim had a 7-7 record split between the New York Yankees and seventh place A's. Kemmerer, who at 28 became a full-time starting pitcher for the first time last season, put away his third in a row Tuesday night at Kansas City, beating the A's 8-3 •with an eight-hitter while the Senators skipped past Boston and New York into fifth place. It was the only game played in the majors. Rain and cold idled New York at Chicago, Boston at Cleveland and Baltimore at De troit in the American and Chicago at Milwaukee, San Francisco at Philadelphia and St. Louis at Cin cinnati in the National. Los An geles and Pittsburgh weren't scheduled. Athletes Take 8-3 Trimming By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kansas City Athletics lost n 8-3 ballgame to the Washington enators at home last night but re still riding in the first division f the American League. Ronnie Samford, Washington hortstop and supposedly a weak itter, didn't act like it when he ocked a two-run homer in the xth. Bob Allison, Kansas Citian play- ng his first major league game his home town, contributed a Baseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB .Cleveland 10 4 .714 Chicago ...i, 9 5 .643 1 Baltimore 9 5 .543 1 Kansas City 7 7 .500 3 Washington . 7 8 .467 ay- Mew York « ^ -462 3V Boston . 67 .462 3V Detroit H2 -083 8V. Tuesday RetulU • Washington 8, Kansas City 8. ' Boston at Cleveland, rain. ' New York at Chicago ,rain. Baltimore at Detroit, rain. Thursday Game* Baltimore at Kansas City (N). . New York at Chicago (N) . Washington at Detroit. (Only games scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 10 9 .667 Milwaukee .' J 4 .636 1 San Francisco » 6 .800 1 Cincinnati 1 6 -MS J Chicago I I -500 2V Philadelphia » J .417 31: Pittsburgh 88 .385 4 St. Louis 4 11 .267 8 Tuesday Results Chicago at Milwaukee, rain. San Francisco at .Philadelphia, rain. St. Louis at Cincinnati, bad weather. (Only games scheduled) Thursday Garnet Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N). St Louis at Milwaukee (N>. San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N). Chicago at Cincinnati (N). Threatened Rail Strike Called Off OTTAWA (AP) — A strike se' for May 1 on the Canadian Na tional Railways was called of Tuesday night after union leaders abandoned their key demand to re tain firemen on modern, oil-firet diesels pulling freight and yard trains. Under the new agreement, the firemen will not be dropped sum marily. They will be remove< gradually by promotion, retire ment or death and replacements will not be hired. The process wil take an estimated 15 years. Th CNR also agreed to an eventua 9V4 per cent pay boost recom mended by a conciliation board. Declines To Visit India TOKYO (AP)-Rod China's puppet ruler of Tibet, the Panchen Lama, today rejected an invitation to visit India for peace talks with the self-exiled Dalai Lama. Indian Prime Minister Nehru, who granted the 23-year-old Dalai Lnma asylum after his flight from the Chinese Communists, had suggested the meeting as a move to end the Tibetan rebellion. The Panchen Lnma stood by the claim of the Chinese overlords that his holy colleague had been kidnaped. Nehru has branded as a lie Communist claims that the Dala Lnma is a captive. Lawrence Youth New Head Of FFA rla, Erie, Fredonla, Highland, <lngman, Lawrence, Long Island, Oberlln, Simpson, Francis, Stockton and Wtnfleld. MANHATTAN (AP) - A Law rencc high school senior, Steve Robb, is the new president of the Kansas Future, Farmers of Amer ica. Robb, , 17, who won the FFA speaking contest on Monday, was elected head of the youth farm organization at the annual state FFA convention yesterday. Other new officer* include El don Eastman, Arkansas City, vice president; Kenneth Lambert, Frd- donia, secretary; Earl Kelloff, Stockton, treasurer; Lawrence Schrader, Effingham, reporter; Lawrence Bat hurst, Chapman, sentinel. * Twenty Kansas high school FAA chapters received emblems in the national chapter awards program. Announced as the lop 20 chapters In the state were: Arkansas City, Belolt, Bonnor Springs, Buhler, Caney, Clay Ccn tcr, Effingham, Ellsworth, Empo Th* OTTAWA Wednesday, Aprtt «» Urges Benefits For Railroaders WASHINGTON (AP) - An Increase In railroad retirement benefits and a more modern rail road unemployment compensation program was urged today by Rep. Charles Brown (D-M). In a statement prepared for de livery In the House, the Mlssour- ian said Congress last year Im proved , and , expanded "about every retirement and unemployment compensation program u n- der federal Jurisdiction, except for railroaders." Congress, he said, should do for retired railroaders afld eel workers what It did fbr nine months ago, Speaking on peildlng- retirement legislation,: he : the House to make a rit Increase retroactive to last Jtt He asked it to accept a bill orift nally proposed last year whicH"" would differentiate between »W f comers and employes of mart than 10 years service in extend^ ing unemployment benefits, * ' "• t' For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobiles SM Dean Berlin, Agent Iff E. Second Phone CH Z-t8(M SUNGLASSES With Cast A Popular Brand 1.00 Each JOHN G. KAISER Drug Store Masonic Bldg. It's Vacation Time triple and a single In the 14-hi Senator attack. Russ Kemmerer tossed an eight hitter for the Senators. The A's got to him for single runs in the second and third, then could do nothing until the ninth, when Roger Maris hit his fourth home run of the year. Kansas City starter Ray Her bert left in the sixth. It was his first defeat against one victory. 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