The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 12, 1959 · Page 5
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 5

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 12, 1959
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American Homes Recovers From Blood Cancer CHICAGO (AP) — A New York woman, afflicted with the nearly Iways fatal blood cancer known as leukemia, has recovered and emained well for more than five ears, her physician reports in the ournal of the American Medical Assn. Dr. Carl Reich of New York's Lenox Hill Hospital said he does not know why she recovered. Dr. Reich said the woman, a native of Limerick, Ireland, fell 11 in 1951 at the age of 52. Her weight dropped 40 pounds to 120, her face was pale and her gums FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1135 iq.M SPLENDID SPLIT: Thrte bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, den and attached garage are among the attractive features of this seven-room split level.,Bedroom and living levels are shown in plan above.A basement under living section contains utility and play room; the garage and a den opening on rear terrace share space under bedroom section. Architect is Samuel Paul of 89-51 164th St., Jamaica 32, N. Y. and the plan is HA83P. Habitable area of living and sleeping levels is 1,135 sq ft. U. S. Firms Get A Good Break In Belgium By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst BRUSSELS (AP)-Belgians insist they have given the American manufacturer here one of the best shakes he's had anywhere. Americans say part of this is because of what the Belgian manufacturer didn't do. The Belgian economy has centered on expanding its old time industry — of which steel is chief. It has largely stayed away from the newer industries that Americans have built up at home — and now abroad. These include electronics, plastics, and the many facets of the chemical industry. So, Americans in the newer industries have found little local competition for goods they produce here. The things that Belgium did do for American industry were: 1. To encourage firms coming here, putting as little red tape in their way as possible. 2. To see that through various government agencies American firms could find ample credit on favorable terms. 3. Indirectly through a tough minded central bank, to hold down the inflation that earlier hit the Belgian franc, and to force government currency policies that have built up solid gold and dol- CRUSHED STONE AG. LIMESTONE FOGLE QUARRY without a Price Increase! Ph. CH 2-4864 or CH 2-3330 Serving Community for 30 Yrs. Rod Steiger Is Latest Actor To Seek Service Of Headshrinker bled. The diagnosis was leukemia. which affects the blood stream's white cells. The disease is "invar ably fatal," the physician said. In 1953, after typical treatment which included blood transfusions and liver extract injections, the jatient lost the symptoms of leu <emia. Dr. Reich said it is possible some factor in the blood of one of .he transfusion donors may have had an effect in the recovery. Never Underestimate The Power Of Women BALTIMORE (AP) — Some in genious women thought dairies in this city should continue to be re quired to date the containers o milk they sell. The Women's Civic League lar reserves and made the Bel gian franc firm and respected. Belgium is a trading nation. I exports 40 per cent of its produc tion. The head of a large bank her says that while Belgium import more from the dollar area tha it exports to it, Belgium doesn' lack dollars. It gets them throug many channels. From trade wit other nations, and of course from the hordes of Americar tourists. The banker says the dip in in dustrial activity which sprea through most of Europe last yeai has been shallow here but ha lasted longer than the stagnatio in the economies of its neighbors. He attributes this to the fact that so much of the Belgium economy is tied up with steel and coal. Belgian steel makers suffered as did those in many lands early last year. Steelmen report their orders are now beginning to pick up* Some of the orders come from the United States and are considered a hedge against a possible steel strike in America this summer. Many Europeans regard such a strike as almost a sure thing. The coal problem is more chronic than steel. Many of the mines are near exhaustion and costly to operate. passed out undated milk containers to City Council on which they had pasted this warning: "This milk is undated. Will you take a chance and drink it?" The council voted unanimously to uphold the women. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)- Rod Steiger tas joined the public chorus of hose praising the benefits of psychoanalysis. The actor has spent between 15,000 and $7,000 over,the last five years on visits to the understand- ng couch—and feels it is the best nvestment of his life, he says. "I took my college education ying down," joked Steiger, who .eft high school at 16 to join the Navy. "Some people seem to feel that undergoing analysis will hurt their creativity. But I feel it enhanced my creativity a hundredfold. "It also gave me the freedom to look out at other people instead of being involved only with myself."' Rod has reached a new peak in a career of self-expression that began when, as a lonely boy of 11, he tried to write poetry. He is starring on Broadway. His latest film is breaking boxoffice records. Since he owns 10 per cent of the picture, he may wind up comfortably well off. Freedom is a key word in Steiger's life. "I want to be free to do nothing if I want to—and everything if choose," he said. "I want the free dom to make my own mistakes, to be hurt and to hurt—freedom to apologize, freedom to love." Rod has been pretty much on his own since the age of 12. HI worked as a leathercutter, an ice truck driver, a pin boy in a bowl ing alley, and a New Jerse; oardwalk barker before joining he Navy. j "I had to lie about my age to ;et in," he recalled. "I went into lie Navy because I was looking or some place to be." After/ the war, while working with the Veterans Administration n Newark, he joined a theater group. "At that time I had no real hought of becoming an actor," he said. "It was just a good way to meet girls." 'One of the worst mistakes an actor can make is to stay completely within a theatrical environment. An actor who lives more completely in his roles on he stage than in the role nature meant him to play is a frightened and unhappy person," he said. "You can't make your job your whole life. It has to be only a part of it. This holds true for a man in Wall Street as well as for an actor." He is a complicated man of con- Scholars Digging Into Harry Truman Papers INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) Scholars are digging into the personal papers of former President Harry S. Truman for the first time. Made available at the Truman Library for qualified and approved researchers Monday were I 1 /* million pages of material covering Truman's early career. Papers on his White House years will become available later. For Improved land KILL Brush vour proiirty »f tolion eik, brlirt Mi Wuth with R-H MUSH KHAf. Will n*l Injun tr«ii, frilnt *r •nimili. Sun Vill-tnd tctntmicil It on. B-H REASOR-HILL Corp. Jickitmilli, Ark. CANNADY SUPPLY 801 N. Locust Ottawa, Kansas The Self-Service Way To Graduate in Style! Smorgasbord Every Wednesday All You Can Eat $1.60 We cater to private parties Write or call Bruce or Feme at CH 2-4800 NORTH AMERICAN COFFEE SHOP Ottawa, Kansas $2,99 Queen's SELF SERVICE SHOES $2.99 123 S. Main, Ottawa 906 Mass., Lawrence siderable reserve who still tends to resent the brash familiarites of what he calls "the four-minute friends who try to move 'in on your life and rob you of your time, the one thing you can't get back." His philosophy today? "Happiness has to be helped," he said slowly. "But if a man creates more beauty than he destroys, you must classify him as good. 'If he destroys more beauty than he creates, he is evil. What I want most is a happy home of my own—and the maturity to sustain it. I think I'm getting closer." Mamie To Denver DENVER (AP) - Mamie Eisenhower is due here Wednesday to help her mother, Elivera Doud, celebrate her 81st birthday. Brown Palace Hotel, officials said they have reserved the eighth floor presidential suite for Mrs. Eisenhower. Research Group Elects Trustees KANSAS CITY (AP) - Midwest Research Institute today elected 14 new trustees, raising the total to 170. Missourians and Kansans elected include E. L. Dale, editor, Carthage Evening News; Dolph Simons, publisher, Lawrence Journal-World; Richard H. Arnberg, publisher, St. Louis Globe-Demo- cra,t, and William Muchnic, Atchison, president, L. F. M. Manufacturing Co. W. N. Deramus, president of the Kansas City Southern Railway Co., was retained as chairman of trustees. In his report to trustees, Dr. Charles N. Kimball, president, said the firm's 1958-59 research budget was $2,816,000, or 16 per cent more than the preceding year's. Last year the institute worked on 235 research projects, com pleted two new building units and now has three under construction. The OTTAWA KTBBA1JD Tuesday, May 12, 1060 TOMORROW Penney s Greater Than-Ever Summer DRESS CARNIVAL Just Unpacked 300 New Summer Dresses From New York, Pallas and St. Louis, Penney's picked the most wear- able American fashions. It's our greatest- selec- tion for the May Dress Carnival. V. Junior, Misses and Half Sizes. The extra-protein bread ...for healthy youngsters ...and figure wise mothers spec/a/ formula HOLLYWOOD" 1 BREAD And it's delicious! Oven-fresh nutlike sesame flavor with high nutrition for weight watchers and busy youngsters. Its Special Formula contains Vitamin BI and minerals, including Iron, from 16 sun-ripened vegetables and grains. l^'^jfcte" " About 46 caloric* In an 18 gram sllc*. Up to 42% •xtra protein low Priced! Bell&Howell I mm MOVII CAMERA ON1Y $39.95 MAM! 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