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   Ottawa Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1958, Ottawa, Kansas                                62 183 JUNE 7 CENTS EIGHT PAGES But I Need Ike Says Of His Adams THE WATERS City Park wading pool was open ed yesterday and got a quick onceovfer from these members of the Jnmor Photo by Clansie Smith Side Swipes The program for the third con cert by the Ottawa Community band to be held at 8 Thursday in the bandstand in City Park was announced by William di It includes T h e Liberty Sousa Jhe Great Gate of Moussorgsky Cielito Lin arranged by1 Ostling Chopin arranged by Yoder Entry of the Fucik Dvorak Hymn Love Divine and Wor ship the Minute Waltz Chopin Walters Prai rie Walters La Com parsita The The Mother Is Right The Reason It Rained KANSAS CITY M Why did it rain today The weather bureau says it probably was This was the day of the annual weather bureau Sun Needed For Wheat Harvest In This Area Harvest is getting started in the Ottawa area but sunshine is needed for a few days before the combines can start humming in a big Lyle manager of the Ot tawa jsaid this Hinderliter of northwest of brought in a load yes Grier but had not cut enough to determine a yield SAN FRANCISCO peracre go Im expecting said Esther aft er giving birth to a baby girl in her home Monday She was Deborah Lynn and Lawrence Andrew followed Karen The mother and infants were taken to Marys Help Hospital Latter stages of the condemna on proceedings for the Marais es Cygnes River flood con ol project loomed into view to ay when the City of Ottawa filed roceedings on south river bank The filed in the District ourt clerks office this morning y City Attorney Douglas Glea condemned property from the lley onehalf block west of Main est along the south river Included in the real estate in olved is that which will provide ightofway for the levee that will protect the city water and light This action completes filing of ondemnation proceedings for the ttawa flood control ex where the boy was placed in an Two emergency ambu lance stewards assisted in the de Silvanes and her hus a three other children Hinderliters first truckload test ed 59 pounds a moisture con tent1 of per Grier expressed the opinion that much of the wheat planting and this 20 to 30bushels per acre range in this have Joe Wont Talk DENVER W The cops are disgusted with Joe tihe mynah bird who talks but wont Joe was stolen May 25 from his cage In the city park Tues day he wasfound in the home of a Denver who explained he had bought Joe for He had a sales Joe was given the third degree by detective Merle Whats your name Hutten how Whats yours Joe Whatve you got to say ed answer ed Now Joe is back in the zoo and talking a blue streak as and as usual its all irrevelant and Thats The Reason Wl Dennis Roberts asked for ques tions from the floor following a speech to After a long a quipped Thats my No girl ever asks me the There will be some patches that will run much better than Grier but20to30 Grier but 20 to 30 will be a pretty fair average I The elevat man explained thai wet conditions last fall delayec much of the wheat planting and th will contribute tor the reduced yielc Grier said there are also some unfavorable conditions with cer tain other Chinch bugs are causing some trouble in the milo he and web worms are making inroads on the soy With chinch bugs in the milo web worms in the cu worms active in the Wichita area arid grasshoppers knifing the farm ers prospects in the westerly par of the he Kan sas is having its difficulties thd City Files For More Land Along Marais Des Cygnes y McElroy Critical Of Defense Bill WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of Defense urging adoption of President Eisenhow ersdefense reorganization says some provisions of a House passed bill would hurt rather than help Pentagon Testifying before the Senate Armed Services McEl roy criticized particularly a House provision reatricttlng the power Eisenhower asked to re abolish or consolidate functions established Under the bill passed by the House last the secretary or chiefof staff of the Navy or Air Force may appeal to Con gressan order abolishing combat ant Congress could re verse the order without possibil ity of a White House McEIroy told the committee this would amount to an effee No Intention Of Firing He Tells Conference WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower said today that Sherman Adams was imprudent in his rela tions with Bernard Goldtfine but I need him to continue as top presidential Eisenhower made it plain at a news conference that he has no intention of firing although he did not say that in so many In anticipation that the President would talk about the hottest Washington subject of the newsmen were packed into the conference At the Eisenhower announced he had a state ment he wanted to cept for the property on the west end of the north The condemnation is designed to give the city tract 90 through a total of 26 more Todays filing effects almost as many prop erty owners as the number of The action will be discussed by city commissioners at tonights meeting at the city and it is expected that a resolution call ing for the condemnation will be The appointed ear lier for other on both sides of the river east from the alley west of Main will also serve on appraising the Value of the property involved in todays They are James Alexander and tive military veto over civilian au thority instead of clarifying and enhancing civilian He contended that missiles and other new weapons systems may make changes in functions neces sary without delays that could re sult from appeals to During House debate on the advocates of that provision argued that vesting sole power in the de fense secretary without congres sional appeal might result in scrapping of the Marines or the Navy Air Mother Of Williamsburg Woman A Crash Victim and of Wil have gone to called by the deaths of linksmother and and Joseph who were killed in a cartransport collision in Their deathsoccurred on Mon following their marriage iunday in and Hink had attend ed the wedding in Pueblo on Sunday and had returned to Wil iamsburg when they were notifiec of the Larkin was Minnie prior to her marriage to She had visited in Williamsburg frequent Changes His Mind KANSAS CITY 50year old man leaped from a downtown bridge into the Missouri River to then swam back to I kind of changed my Pablo Castro told water is KABIE Tour To Stop Here Thirtyeight school teachers from over Kansas will visit Ottawa Friday as part of a tour that will ake them to 30 citiesof the state on a trip by It is the annual Kansas Agri Industry and tour sponsored by the Kansas State Chamber of Com merce in cooperation with the State College at Hays and With the teachers on the tour will be Leon public rela tions director of the state cham At noon the teachers will be guests of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon at the North American Peg manager of the Ottawa Chamber said the luncheon is open to any one desiring to help welcome the Reservations can be made by calling the Chamber of Tickets for the luncheon are While here the teachers will visit the Bennett Creamery and the Mode ODay Wheat Vote On Friday Farmers will vote in a wheat referendum on June the question being on wheat mar keting quotas for the 1959 Those eligible to vote will be farmers who will have more than 15 acres of wheat for harvest as grain on a except those in the 1958 feed wheat Those in the feed program can grow up to 30 acres of wheat for use only on the farm where without If twothirds of those voting in the referendum approve the they will remain in and those complying will be guaranteed a support price of or 75 per cent of Voting places in Franklin Coun ty Pomona and Green wood IOOF Centropolis Oakland Cutler City Franklin Fire Wells Lincoln and ASC Hayes Brown Ohio City Peoria Briles Pottawatomie IOOF Richmond City Rich Williamsburg and Homewood City EUGENE MIDDLESTEAD Escaper From Springfield Is Captured Here An escaped murder was captured in Ottawa last night by Fed eral Bureau of work ing with local police and Roy Church of the Kansas Bureau of Apprehended in a down town cafe at 6 was Eugene Police Chief Eugene Flaherty said Middlestead escaped from the Medical Center at on May Flaherty said Middlestead was not armed when A 5inch hacksaw blade was found in his According to FBI information re ceived Middlestead was con victed of second degree murder in the Federal District Court of Alaska on Dec He was in the Air Force at the The conviction followed a Flaherty said Middlestead came here from Topeka about three weeks He was part of a carni val outfit that played When the carnival us ing the name of went to work on a bridge gang working on the new He also went under the name of Gene De Dian Police said he lived with a fel low worker on North Flaherty said Middlestead was arrested here June 10 for investi gation in a molestation He was photographed and fingerprint ed but was released when no case wasfound against His prints had been sent to the FBI in Washington but no return information has been received Local officers said they were amazed that Middlestead stayed in Ottawa following that According to officials in Spring Mjddlestead with John McDaniel escaped from Springfield by sawing through the bars of their The two then broke into a tool shed and took tools with which they cut through two The otter was caught in on June reading from typewritten large Eisenhower said AdanA had been as Adams himself acknowleged in testimony Tuesday before a House investigating Despite that Eisen hower he has reached these personal conplusions I believe that the presenta tion made by Adams to the congressional committee Tues day truthfully representsthe per tinent I personally like I admire his I respect him because oi his personal and official intergrity I need Eisenhower then went on to say The Weather COUNTY FORECAST Scat tered showers ending early this afternoon otherwise partly cloudy this high 8085 part ly cloudy tonight and Thursday with scattered night time and early morning thunderstorm no important change in tempera ture low tonight 6065 high Thursday High temperature at low from 4 to high year ago low year ago record high this in 1953 record low this 52 In 1912 hourly temperatures 24 hours ending 8 today 9 JO 11 Noon 1 2 3 4 6 8 1 8 8 10 11 Midnight 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 Wheat storage may present some thing of a problem he A lot of last years wheat is still instorage he add Wheat growers may be faced with the proposition of storing on the farm or selling their wheat i this The Ottawa even with its new big elevator constructed last Grier has about allj the wheat in storage it can com fortably but has bushels of available storage space reserved in Kaftsas Wheat Harvesting Slowed By Rains TOPEKA AP Kansas wheat ripened rapidly last week but har vesting operations in southern areas were delayed over the week end by rain and hail caused local damage in many areas of the Hot winds caused some damage in western The statefederal Crop Reporting Service said about four per cent of the wheat had been harvested by June About threefourths of the wheat crop was turning and onefifth of the crop was v In northwestern areas wheat was jusf starting to Com bing of barley is underway in cen tral Kansas and the oat crop is River ttage this whose home is Mer was placed in the coun ty jail after his At 9 he was removed from the handcuffed and taken to the county jail at Olathe where he was turn ed over to the marshal for transfer to Admitting the lack of thai careful prudence in this incident that Adams Tuesday re ferred I believe with my whole heart that he is an invaluable pub lic doing a difficult job ef honestly and After reading the Ei senhower said he would have nothing moreto say regarding the AdamsGoldfine i as the news conference he did reply to sev eral questions concerned either di rectly with the matter or with general principles related to On one related matter Eisen hower did decline This was when he was told that some Republicans running for reelec tion this year say they are going to have difficulty facing the voters on the AdamsGoldfine i The President said he did not care to say anything on he had already made his general At one point Eisenhower was asked in the light of the AdamsGoldfine it would be proper for other government employes to do what Adams did and win Eisenhowers He replied that he always has striven for the implacable standards in the case of White House staff He said the goal is the same in the case of employes of all other but that he does not have as close contact with them as with mem ers of his own Eisenhower also said he is not able to act directly with respect o workers in other The matter he is in the hands of Cabinet members and abelled the mess in Washing on under Eisenhower said there are cer facts available which would help answer the But he referred his questioner to White House press secretary James Hagerty for the In his which he read solemnly arid somewhat the President said intense licity surrounding Adams made it desirable and even necessary that he start the session with an ex pression of own as a result of this entire all of usshould have been made aware of one Eisenhower That is that x a gift is not necessarily a One is evil the other is a tangible pression of Adams has acknowledged that ho accepted of them Goldfine during a period when the industrialist was in trouble before federal Adams also has said that Gold1 fine got no favored treatment be cause of his friendship with and that he Adams never sought any such treatment for his agency The news conference attracted 57 It for the most with the controversy ver Other highlights were Thrift Shop Open to only for the Wilt Joins Globetrotters NEW YORK AP Wilt The Stilt who quit the University of Kansas at the end of his junior year last to day accepted a oneyear contract to tour with the Harlem Globe Abe owner of the fa mous Negro basketball barnstorm ing said Chamberlain will receive The 7foot2 star from Philadel phia told newsmen he has aban doned plans to form his own He will make his professional debut with the Globetrotters at Madison Square who announced his decision to quit college and turn pro in a magazine article which brought him a reported is the property of the Philadelphia Warriors of the National Basket ball He is ineligible to play with the unti the class with which he entered college is REDECORATING IS Hoss left and Lee Shobe paint the wall in a class room as part of the redecorating Eugene Field Grade The redecoration is one of the major summer projects of the school Photo by Clausie Smith Correction In Mack AJ of June Portable steam Dry Iron should have been Steam Dry Iron should have been HUNGARY Eisenhower de nounced the execution of former Hungarian Premier Imre Nagy and his Pal He said that the executions by current Communist govern ment of Hungary have shocked he free and also have had an adverse effect on the possibil ty of negotiating with the Soviet Union on such matters as a sum mit under what conditions the United States might take military action in the Leb anon Eisenhower replied he could not answer that He also said he did not care to make During the discussion of rela tions between the 1 White House and a Boston a reporter said Oren Harris DArk had said that Adams violated the law in obtaining certain informa tion from the Federal Trade Com mission regarding Goldfines busi ness The newsman asked whether Eisenhower makes any distinction between the situation in that case and in some others which in volved officials in the Truman ad The in their cam had denounced what they f Sharp Rain Warn Of Storms A rainstorm that was not on weather program dumped in chesof rain on Ottawa this morn At upstream from Ot tawa the rain measured and at farther west in Osage county the measurement was The downpour gave the Marais des Cygnes river a quick indicating that the rain was also heavy on EightMile Creek and Wilson the streams which join the river at the closest points upstream from At the Main Street gauge the river was at a stage of about 5 feet by a rise of about 3 feet following the mid morning The weather bureau issued warnings for possible tornado ac tivitiesin two One area Is in southeast Kansas northeast southwest Missouri and northwest The other is in eastern Colorado and western The area of possible tornadoes nearest Ottawa is 60 miles on ei ther side of a line from 50 miles south of Einporia to a point 30 miles northeast of The other storm area is 60 miles on either side of a line running from to 60 miles southeast of Dodge Two More into Governor Race TOPEKA AP T wo more candidates for the Republican nomination for governor filed to boosting the entry list to They were John Wichita City and Harvey Minneola farmer and school a political taught music at Lake the past year and has taught in several Kansas Stevens is in the vending ma chine business and is currently in volved in a suit filed by the state to collect in sales taxes Stevens allegedly owes on vend ing machine sales over the pe riod of Stevens Stevens Enter prises is now being operated by a receiver appointed by the Sedgwick County District pending outcome of the The previously announced didates are Walter Cherry of Ga former Fred Hall of Dodge City and Clyde Reed of Lamb Insured Payment   

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