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6 The OTTAWA HERALD Saturday. May 9, 1959 Editorials Who's He? Friday, the nation announced the death o! Donald A. Quarles. "Who's he?" asked the,world, with bewilderment on its face. Yet the man who died, Mr. Quarles, was a national leader, businessman and second ranking civilian in the Pentagon since 1957. He was the deputy Secretary of Defense, ready to step into Sec. Neil McElroy's shoes. President Eisenhower issued a statement expressing shock and a "keen sense of personal loss." He ordered the flags on the federal buildings flown at half staff. Yet the world asked, "Who's he?" i Sec. McElroy, met by newsmen upon his return from Cincinnati, said he may change his plans to quit his Pentagon post later this year. "This will have to be another factor in considering what I will do," he commented. Several weeks ago, McElroy said he wanted to retire for personal reasons. But he said this would depend on the international situation and whether President Eisenhower asked him to stay on. Senate Appropriations subcommittee, which Quarles was to appear before Friday, called off all hearings when it heard of the deputy Defense Secretary's death. Much of the Washington, D. C., front stopped its motion. Yet, enquired America, "Who's he?" Mr. Quarles served as acting head of the big Defense Department on many occasions when the defense secretary was absent. He became secretary of the Air Force in August ISSS, and shouldered a terrific amount of responsibility. 1 But the public wanted to know, "Who's he?" Well, the answer to the question may be told like this. Mr. Quarles was a slightly built man oi 140 pounds, looking younger than his 64 years, despite his conservative dress and greying hair. He was a man known for his understatement- type quick wit and humor, who climbed from modest beginnings to his present tremendously important position. He was a man who went to a dinner and Air Force symphony concert Thursday night, and was found dead in bed Friday morning. taff-A-Day This And That ' The 1960 elections will be decided by the independent voters, of course. What worries the politicians is that they are too darned independent. Over coffee yesterday a fellow told us that while his wife was right handy with a lawnmower, most days she lacked the strength to hang up a telephone receiver. While making a personal delivery of a parcel the other afternoon, a local merchant had a dog bite him. Had he been sitting down at the time, he would not have been bit where he was. JPH Here it is going on 15 years since D day and a veteran we know is pretty bitter about it. He hasn't been able to draw a pension yet. Let a woman dye her hair, she's mad if her husband criticizes it and even madder if he doesn't notice it. Our country now has such a long and thrilling history that tomorrow always turns up to be the centenary of something that happened to take place exactly 100 years before. Christian Herter may have had many past years of diplomatic experience but he can't be measured as a secretary of state until he walks his first brink. ^ There may be another revolution in programming pending for TV. A researcher has found that westerns draw the biggest audiences but they are made up for the most part of those who can't remember the name of the sponsor. Auld Lang Syne 25 Years Ago G. L. Bolton who had been ill for some time, was improved. B. F. Heidner was installing a new drain pit at his service station west of Ottawa. Donald Hettick of Williamsburg was remodeling the front of his cafe. 50 Years Ago Mrs. c. S. Igel went to Kansas City to attend commencement exercises of the school of pharmacy. Her son, George was a member of the graduating class. Mrs. H. Packer went to her home at Rock Falls, Illinois, after a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. E. S. Stucker. The New Idea Bakery received new machinery for its cracker factory. Prayer For Today Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in them: for in doing this thou shall both save thyself, and them that hear ., thee. (1 Timothy 4:16.) PRAYER: Our heavenly Father, we would have all homes in the world patterend after Thy spirit and teachings. Grant us the strength, widsom, aw) humility to be good examples to those who loot to us {or guidance. In Jesus's name we pray. Amen. "Funny thing, how it sounded so much louder downstairs!" Your Good Health By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER "Dear Dr. Molner: Please advise. I am taking a concoction of lemon juice, orange and grapefruit juice, cream of tartar and epsom salts mixed in one quart of water. This is supposed to help arthritis. Would the cream of tartar (3 tablespoons hurt me?— N.G." : This sounds like a wasteful ise of several fine products! First of all, I don't. think it ,vill help the arthritis pains. I'd far prefer aspirin. As to hurting you, well, the epsom salts, being a rather harsh laxative, could cause intestinal irritation. If you cut the cream of tartar to a teaspoonful, I'd be happier about it. (But I still don't think it would help you.) Dr. Molner "Dear Dr. Molner: My mother refuses to cook food in aluminum kettles, says that baking powder with sodium aluminum sulphate has aluminum particles in it, and that chlorinated water is harmful to drink. I tell her the man who wrote the book is a crackpot. I would like your opinion.—Mrs. C.E.H." You and I agree perfectly. While these goofy notions seem to be relatively .harmless, I think we should deny them whenever the chance presents itself. There is no truth in any of the three notions that your mother has swallowed. (But there would be danger from impurities if we were to stop chlorinating water.) "Dear Dr. Molner: I read your booklet on constipation and folloved your advice. After years and years of taking laxatives regularly, I have not had any for a week. After the first day have had regular morning evacuations. I didn't think it possible especially as I am 75. Thank you so much.—C.M." And thank you. I do not "guarantee" my suggestions to work in all cases, but from my experience I know they work for most people most of the time. If they are followed, that is. (For a copy of "How to Stop Constipation," send 20 cents in coin and a large, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Dr. J. G. Molner, in care of Box 158, Dundee, 111.) "Dear Dr. Molner: I told my relatives that her little girl ought to take a daily nap. The child is four years old, has asthma and stays up from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. I am convinced that she gets tired. Her mother says she won't go to bed at night if she takes a nap.—H.P." Children vary. For many, 12 hours of sleep is enough at that age. As an alternative, I'd suggest that the mother might persuade her child to rest—not take a nap—for from 30 to 60 minutes in the afternoon. The relaxation helps, and Nature will take care of things then. If the little girl needs sleep, she'll sleep. Otherwise she'll stay awake but will still benefit from the rest period. "Dear Dr. Molner: What is a 'carrier' and is there anything that can be done to rectify the situation?—Mrs. M. G." A "carrier" is a person whose body harbors certain gerrns, yet he or she doesn't become ill from the disease. For example, it is estimated that there are 20 carriers for every person who actually gets polio. With such diseases as typhoid or diphtheria, health departments keep track when a carrier is discovered and make periodic tests to see whether the "carrier" finally sheds the germ. Naturally such people are warned of what they should not do — like working in a restaurant. "Dear Dr. Molner: Our son-in-law has a slipped disc and sleeps with the head of the bed raised as this makes it easier for him to get out of bed, because of the pain. Our daughter, sleeping in the same bed, consequently lies with her head raised, too. She is anemic and the doctor suspects a thyroid condition. Could sleeping in this position be detrimental to her? Second, is there a limit as to how high the head should be raised?-A.H." I see no danger associated with sleeping in a bed with the head elevated. The worst thing, I would say offhand, would be the discomfort, if there is any. The "limit" to which it should be raised would depend essentially on comfort. Afflicted with a 'iritis? You may find relief if you follow the advice given in my pamphlet, "Don't Quit Because of Arthritis." To receive your ccpy, write to me for it in care of Box 158, Dundee, 111., enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 5c in coin to cover handling. The Ottawa Herald 106-108 S. Main Published daily except Sundays and Holidays, entered at the Post Office at Ottawa. Kas., as second class matter. Robert B. Wellington , Editor Guy Snedaker Publisher Subscription rates In trade are«-By mail, on* month .85; three months 12: six months $3.75 one year $7. Second class Pottage paid at Ottawa, Kansas. Television Programs Channel 4, NBC Channel 5-13, CBS Cnannei 9, ABC SATURDAY ftM 4—Western B—Profile 9—B'wllnoMTn 13—Big Picture t:30 6—Movlt 6-News 13—Industry 5:4& 13—Your Question <:00 4—Lassie 6—20th Century 9—3 Musketeers 13—Newi ' 8:15 13—Weather 6:20 13—SporU «:SO 4—People Funny 6—P. Mason 9—Dick Clark 13—P. Mason 7:00 4—Perry Como 9—Jublle* 7:30 5—Wanted 9—Jubilee 13 Markum 8:00 • 4—Black Saddle 6—Danger 9—Welk 13—Holly w'd Play 4—Clmmaron 5—Have Gun 13—Have Gun • tOO 6—Dunsmoke 8—Music 13—Gunsmoke 9:30 4—DA's Man 5—Mike Hammer 9—Shock 13^-N.Y. Confldtn. 10:00 4—Bowling ' 6—Movie 13—Newi 10:20 13—SporU 10:30 13—Jubilee, USA 11:00 4—News 9—Movie 13—Movletlme 11:20 4—Movie 12:00 9- Sign OH 12:15 5— New* 12:25 switching Hour 1:30 13—Sign Off 2:00 5—Sign Off SUNDAY 8:00 •. m. 8—Lamp Unto 13—Lamp 8:30 5—I,ook Up 33—Look Up 9:<M 6—World of Id. 9—Serenade 13—Eye on N. Y. 9:30 4—The Answer 8—Camera 3 9—Science Heals 13—Christian Sol. 8:45 9—MuslO 13—Last Word 9:5C 5—News 10:00 4—Frontier* S—Homestead 9—Let's Go See 13—Dr. Peale 10:30 4—Why 5—Christophers 13—This is Life 10:55 5—Newi 11:00 4— This Is Life 5—Dr. Klldare 13— Cartoons 11:30 4—Bible Answers 9—Porky Pig 13—Feature 11:45 13-Baseball 11:45 13—Game of Wk. 12:00 4—Hop. Cnsldy 9—Steel Workers 12:16 9—Movies. 1:00 4—Builders 1:30 4—Front Row 6—Mlll'n $ Movie 2:30 9—By-Line 13—Western 3:00 4—Law of West 9—Detective 13—T. Roosevelt 3:30 4—Star Pert. 9—The Hunter i3—Racket Squad 4:00 4—Omnibus B—Face Nation 9—Dateline 13—Geneva Conf. 4:30 5—College Bowl 9—Janet Dean 5:00 4—Meet Press 5—Miss Brooks 9—Wlnchell 13—College Bowl 5:30 4—Tugboat Annie 9—Lone Ranger 5—Muslt 13—20th Century 6:00 4—New» 5—Lassie 9—Ask For It 13—Lassie 6:30 4—Steve Allen 5— Jack Benny n—Maverick J3—Bach. Father 7:00 5—Ed Sullivan 13—Ed Bui I van 7:30 4—N. Y. Conf Id'1 9—Lawman 8:00 4—Dinah Shore S—G-E Theatre 9—Colt .45 13—State Trooper H:30 5—Alf. Hltchc'k 9—Deadline Ac. 9;00 4—Loretta Young 5—Rich. Dlam'd. 13—Rich. Dlam'd 9:30 . "'-a Hunt 5—My Line 9-r-McGrew 13—What's Line' 10:00 . - "Centre B—Whlrly Blrdl 9—News 13—News 10:10 9—Music Man 10:15 4—Jack Paar 9—Theatre 10:30 5—News 13—Welk 10:35 5—Theatre 11:15 13—Movl* 11:30 9—Sign Off 31:45 4—Chan 12:00 4—Sign Off 12:45 5—Sign Off News From The Pomona Area FANNIE KRAUS Mr. and Mrs. Leland Carpenter of Wichita were Saturday noon dinner guests of the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Roy English and a son Mr. and Mrs. Fred English and girls were Sunday noon dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kaub Los Angeles are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Cain and family 1 . Mrs. .Hazel Floyd, daughter Elizabeth, Ottawa were Sunday dinner guests of the former's sister Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Loper. Mr.- and Mrs. Charles Cain entertained at a noon dinner Sunday for the latter's sister Mr. and Mrs. C; S. Timberlake, Hiawatha. Mr.' and Mrs. E. J. Neely and house guests Mrs Fannie Hale and Vernon Neely, Downey, Calif., motored to Kansas City Sunday. Mrs. Hale to the home of a sister in Kansas City; Mr. Neely to airport on way home, and Mr. and Mrs. Neely were dinner guests i of their daughter Mr. and Mrs.! William Fawl Jr., Overland Park. The Arnold Allen family Ottaw.r were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Ethel Lindsey'. George W. Hay arrived from Albuqurque, N. M,, Saturday to visit his father, J. L. Hay. They were Sunday noon dinner guests of a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fredericks and family of Homewood. • Sunday dinner guests of Rev and Mrs. Robert Starbuck and family were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barron and family Leavenworth, Notes Books Aid HS Seniors Planning For College NELL BARNABY City Librarian Now is the time when every high school senior, expecting to enter college next September needs to be making his plans. 9 I Numerous books and other materials which will be helpful in planning a college or university career are available at t h e Carnegie F r e e Library. The advice of admissions officers is to beg i n preparing early, and the library has in-VELL BARNABY formation on such problems as choice of a college or university, preparation for entrance examinations and related questions. Help in choosing a college or university can be found in a number of library handbooks, some of which are "American College Counselor and Guide," J by "Benjamin Fine and "Choosing the Right College," by Annette Turngren. The library also has such directories as "Patterson's American Educational Directory" and Clarence Lovejoy's "Complete Guide to American'Col ; leges and Universitites." Assistance in "boning up" for college entrance examinations can be obtained .in Samuel Brownstein's "How to Prepare for College Entrance Examinations." Another valuable source of information for the prospective college student is the library's collection of books on scholarships. Samuel Brownstein's "How to Win A Scholarship," and Larry Van Pass National Tests," contain helpful material about available scholarships. Treese' "How to Merit Scholarship CRUSHED STONE AG. LIMESTONE FOGLE QUARRY without a Price Increase! Ph. CH 2-4864 or CH 2-3330 Serving Community for 30 Yrs. News From The AppanooseArea MRS. MAX HETRICK Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker, Mr.' and Mrs. Lester Clark, were weekend guests of the ladies sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sachel, Erie, Kansas. A special meeting was held at the church Monday night. It was decided that Rev. Ralph Hunt Jr., will remain as pastor of t h e church. The Hunts will soon move to Pomona. The Mrs. Lester Clark, George Mesigh, Ralph Hunt Jr., and Earl Gilliland attended Miami Association meeting in Ottawa. Mr. Clyde .Wiscombe, Robert Steele and Ralph Hunt Jr., attended a men's meeting in Paola, Tuesday. ' The Hayward Jenkins f a roily, Topeka were visitors Sunday at the Clyde Wiscombe home. The Appanoose Pep - club girls and Mrs. Joan Cearfoss had a wiener roast and hayrack ride Friday evening. Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes in Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone OH 2-2515 J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS CH 2-1937 839 West 5th MON. Through FRIDAY 6:30—Top of Morning 6:45—Weather Roundup 6:50—Top of Morning .7:30—News Summary 7:40—Weather Forecast 7:45—Markets 7:50—Top of Morning 8:30—News Summary 8:35—Top of Morning 9:00—Morning Devotions 9:15—KOFO Serenade 9:30—News Summary 8:35—KOFO Serenade KOFO Schedule 10:30—News Summary 10.35—KOFO Serenade 11:00—Bulletin Board 13:05—Around Town 11:30—News Summary 11:35—KOFO Serenade 12:00—People's Exchange 12:15—Farm Program 12:30—News Summary 12:45—Noontime Weath. 12:50—Noon Tune Time liOO—Garnett Hour 2:00—KOFO Karavan 2:30—News Summary 2:35—KOFO Karavan 3:00—Bulletin Board 3:05—KOFO Karavan 3:15—Service Program 3:30—News Summary 3:30 to 4:00 (Friday only) —HI Ft Club. 3:35—KOFO Karavan 4:30—News Summary 4:35—KOFO Karavan 5:30—News Summary 5:45—Sports 6:00—Sundown Serenad* 6:25—Newi & Weather MONDAY «:30 4— Classroom 8:55 5— Farm Facts 1:00 4— Today 5 — News 7:15 5 — Kangaroo 1:25 4— Farm Market 1:30 4— Today 8:00 •. m. 4 — Today 5 — News 13— News 8:10 5— Take 6 8:15 5— Morning Sh'w 13— Kangaroo 8:25 4— Today 8:30 4— Today 6 — Jim Dean 9 — Romper Room 9:00 4— Let's Learn 5— Life of Rllcy 33— On The Go 9:30 4— Treasure Hunt 5— Godfrey 9— Dally Word 13— Sam Levenson 9:35 9— Science 10:00 4— Price Is Right 5— Love Lucy 9— Whizzo's 13 — Love Lucy 10:30 4 — Concentrat'n 5 — Top Dollar 13— Top Dollar 11:00 4— Tlc-Tac 6— Love of Life 9 — Susie 13— Love of Life 11:30 4 — Could Be You 5 — Tomorrow 9 — Happy Home 33— Tactic 11:45 5— Guiding Light 12:00 4 — Cartoons 5 — News 9— G. 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Rangers 13—Name Tune 7:00 4—Restless Gun 5—Texan 9—Polka-Go-R'd 13—Lawman 7:30 4—Wells-Fargo 5—Father Knows 8—Bold .Itiurney 13—Mr. DA 8:00 4—Pete Gunn 5—Danny Thomas 9—Firestone 13—Danny Thomas 8:30 4—Theatre 5—Ann Sothern 9—Top Pro Golf 13—Ann Sothern 9:00 4—Art Murray 5—Playhouse 13—Ball-Arnez 9:30 4—Rescue Eight 9—Dist. Atty. 10:00 4—News 5— Sportsman's 9—News 13—Newi 10:10 4—Weather 9—Bam MoleD 11:15 4—Jack Paar 9—News 13-Weather 10:20 13—Dev Nelson 10:30 4—Paar 9—Murder Till 13—Movietlme 10:35 5—Tbeatr* 11:00 - 4—Jack Paar 12:00 »—Dally Woro 13—Sign Off 12:05 9—Sign Of 12:30 6—Newt 12t3S 5—Late Bhow 1:20 l_*l«n Oft? OTTAWA'S BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL GUIDE OPTOMETRISTS Arvid Berglund, O.D. OPTOMETRIST 816 S. Main CH 2-3796 Olin G. Wollen, O.D. OPTOMETRIST 110 W. 3rd CH 2-4303 A. G. Madtson, O.D. OPTOMETRIST 205 S. Main CH2-423S Rodney McGlay, O.D. OPTOMETRIST Profess'l Bldg. CH 2-3793 CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Paul S Hughes CHIROPRACTOR 420 S. Cedar CH 2.2166 Dr. S. M. Brockway Chiropractor 116 W. 2nd CH 2-JS86 Dr. Don L. McKelvey Chiropractor 116 W. 2nd CH 2-2386 R. C. CAPRON D. C. Physiotherapy Ground Floor Office Phone CH 2-4100 113 East Third Res., CH 2-2270 PHARMACY Is Our Business Your Prescription Will Receive Our Careful Attention BRISCOE DRUG STORE NEW LOCATION 847 S ft'-iin CH 2-4133 VETERINARY SERVICE Don Collins Insemination Technician 428 S. Maple CH 2-1758 VETERINARY SUPPLIES HESS.FRANKLIN and others. Mann-Bell Drug Store 601 N Main CH 2-3924 Walter L. Murray Insemination Technician Dial CH 2-3655 BEAUTY SHOPS Pin-Curl Beauty Salon 1027 Cottonwood Millie Engles — John Feuerborn Phone CH 2-3395 Professional Beauty Salon Juanita Hooton 403 S. Main CH 2-5492 Fredanne Beauty Shop We specialize in Permanent Waving and Hair Styling Vera Kunard Mary Lou Murray Maye B Snyder, owner 111 W. 2nd CH 2-5120 Kut 'N Karl We offer a complete beauty program. Leota Hartpence S. Main CH 2-2998 Children's Orthopedic Foot Correction Propr-Bilt SHOES Recommended by Leading Foot Doctors All Over the World. Professionally Fitted and Sold Exclusively io Franklin County At RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE S12 S. Main MEDICAL DIRECTORY J. F. Barr, M.D. SURGERY Professional Eg. CH 2-1268 Frank A. Trump, M.D. Internal Medldne aid Diagnosis Profesa'l Bldg. CH 2-1620 Louis N. Speer, M.D. General Medicine and Surgery Office: 109 W. Fourth Phone CH 2-1257 Res. Phone CH 2-3401 David G. Laury, M.D. General Medicine and Obstetrics Professional Building Office CH 2.1620 Res. CH 2-1227 R. A. Goffler, M.D. Swgery - General Medicine CH2-1182 RM. CH 2-2393 Professional Building Denning Bros. 484. S. Main CH 2-2641 Sylva Lofgreen, M.D. Victor J. Lofgreen, M.D. Physicians and Surgeons Srd & Walnut CH 2-2128 R. S. Roberts, M.D. Professional Building Surgery — Medicine Office CH 2-4325 Res. CH 21594 For Prompt Ambulance Service Call CH 2-1331 THE ANTHONY CLINICAL LABORATORY Gladys Anthony Allergies, Bacteriology, Serology Hematology, Bio-Chemistry, Parasitology Room 15, Professional Bldg. Ph. CH 2-5296 Home CH 2-3407 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN HOMER N. FLORA, D.O. Osteojathic Physician Medicine and Surgery Zellner Building Phone CH 2-3746 DAVID L. YOUNG, D.O. Medicine Physical Medicine Phone CH 2-3844 222 E. 3rd St. FINANCIAL PRINTING Itf/CVvv MUTUAL INC STOCK WHO, INC. ===== ^^ ProipMhn upon raqw* from «<• •oHpnd dWrifautor o.d invutmmt WVEBS1F1KD SERVICES, INC. Zone Manager HAZEN L. RICHARDSON 716 S. Main CH 2-2773 Ottawa, Kansas We Do Job Printing Letterheads Envelopes Statements Wedding Invitations Social Stationery We Do Offset Printing Business Forms Ruled Forms We Do Commercial Mimeographing DD3DE OFFICE SUPPLY Gift Shop Printing 308 S. Main CH 2-4860 106 EL Second Phone CH 2-4215

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