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   Ottawa Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1958, Ottawa, Kansas                                62 260 OCTOBER Side Ottawas United Fund organize lion is abbut complete and will kick off the annual drive at 8 The advance gift group is al ready at Monday morning the mens organization which will solicit business areas will meet at 8 at the North American for cof fee and to receive drive Monday night leaders of the 135 woman residential area will meet at the Youth Center to receive That meeting will begin at Fish Story LA AP A fourpound bass got away from Jack De Pointer after he caught it last He landed the same bass sever al days with the original hook still in its but in the tussle De Pointer lost his eye glasses in the Duck Season Opens AP turned out at dawn today for the opening of the duck hunting sea son in The season will continue to 15 days longer than in past The longer season of 90 days was Kansas choice of ah option of the longer season with a daily bag limit of four and possession of eight instead of a 70 day season with a bag limit of five and possession limit of The goose season which opened 4 will continue to Dave director of the Kansas Fish and Game predicted a good sea son for water fowl because of the amount of open water to attract the birds this Pat Harrell Dies At 65 Theron Pasley Pat 605 lifelong Franklin County died today at in Ransom Memorial Hos He was at the hos pital a A former mechanical employee of the Ottawa Herald for many he more recently worked at Brunswick recreation He was born at Pomona son of Harvey and Lydea Dyer He was a member of He married Freada Turner in Ottawa Surviving are the three Harrell Dean and all of Ottawa and four Funeral services will be held from Towners Chapel Tuesday at 2 with Charles Gross Odd Fellows will serve as Ervin Happy will sing hymns accompanied by Lawrence Burial will be in Highland Steere Again Heads Scouts Myron Steere was reflected as district chairman of Tauy District of Boy Scouts at the annual meeting held Thursday night at University of Kansas Joe Skillman of Lawrence was reflected district vice and was also named as a district vice District rnembersajlarge for Ottawa Roger George Maurice Joel Charles Robert Marion Charles Gross Howard Don Jones and Richard Tauy district administers scout ing activities in Douglas and Franklin Counties and a portion of Johnson Sharp Split In UN On Arms Tests UNITED AP first round of the arms debate showed the United States and the Soviet Union so sharply split that diplomats saw little nope today of agreement on sus pension of nuclear weapons So diametrically opposed were the two big powers that observers predicted a dark future for the Big Three negotiations that are to begin in Geneva on 31 on a test The United in the debate declared it would sus pend tests provided there is a reasonable yeartoyear tJoaM ouu mc progress in other fields of disarhappily disposing of some of the stocks of these metals above Russia insisted she would agree ground to halt the tests only if the United States and Britain accepted an helped some by outside circum Good selection of new and used Oil Douglas The Weather COUNTY FORECAST Part ly cloudy this tonight and Sunday warmer this after noon and Sunday not cool tonight low1 tonight in 40s high Sunday Hich temperature at 3 to low 38 from to bleb year low year ago record high thli tn rec ord low thlr In 1906 hourly 24 taouri ending 8 today 8 10 11 Midnight 2 3 4 5 7 g nt thto Tomorrow Honday a 10 M IV Noon 1 I S 4 5 T 7 CENTS SIX PAGES worlds first PODG PillS XII lunar probe today aPParently took off slightly slower vpv i ua than anticipated but the rocket payload is moving out VATICAN CITY in space toward the I endless river of humanity flowed The men who launched the oday through Peters Basilica moon rocket toW a news and around the body of Pope Pius ence more than two hours after his face austere and peacethc shoot that data received from DUAL WiUiston 17 lends Ads talents to also the Pomona football pickingup its lone a trumpet during halftime ceremonies at WUllston Photo by Clausle Smith Better Times Are Ahead By SAM DAWSON Ap Business News Analyst NEW YORK AP Solid evi dence that better times are re turning is offered today by the metal Producers of lead and all say demand is on the This has enabled all of them to raise prices since zinc and copper have gone up again just this week and producers and smelters say customers havent balked at the higher copper an daluminum pro ducers are stepping up lengthening work weeks or reac tivating idle facilities to meet the new Lead and zinc producers are stances as well as by improving customers of the metals Industry demand s now Lead and zinc producers have Zinc producers report that both got a tog assist from the imposigalvanizers and dis casters are tion 1 by the United States taking more of the The f import quotas on the lead producers are counting on Steel output is now back to 71 more auto production to call for per cent of the highest more batteries rate since last At the Increasing demand for aiumi immediate ban for all The United States followed Up its position by introducing its res olution Friday night for suspen sion of tests during the Geneva Neither the text nor the sponsor ship was disclosed but informed were 17 sponsors United delegates said there Orval Faubus talked op f A aUUUa LCUACU Vp AtUUIV tJWJUVl J Including the timistically Friday about getting agreed with the governor that a segregated schools under start on private classes might be He listed the others as Argenway here by the middle of next made by 15 On that date the 8th Cir He Netherreceiving more than a will hear further arguments neuierreceiving more man a wm near luriner arguments New Pakday in contributions for private on its temporary restraining or istan and der against lease of Little Rocks The circulated freely Most of tnis money is coming four closed high schools to a pri niif c4afA The private school corporation is me circulated freely imrat U1 UIIs nwusy is coming lauoevi among delegations in unofficial from out of Faubus vate form would have the The nrivnte General Assembly urge the Soviet Union and United States make everye ffprt to reach agreement on suspension of nuclear tests at It asks that the three nuclear powers undertake no further tests while the negotiations are in prog Dental Exams Start Soon The Franklin County rural school dental program is getting underway next with the first examination at Rantoul and Lane Scott said dental ex aminations will be conducted in the grades and high At three other schools will be examined Chestnut Cole and West Bouska will be at Lane at 9 and Rantoul at 1 to conduct the examina said the local dental association is by tak ing the dentists off to visit the On Lyrnan will be at and Thoraburg and at Pomona which covers Greenwood and On Wildlife Turkey Emerald Church Domestic producers have been bottom of the recessionit had num by several industries has led slipped below 50 per both the Aluminum of Ainer Steelmen says orders are comCa and Reynolds Metals to step ing in at a satisfactory And they look for even more as soon as the last of the local auto strikes up Metals have a long road to are cleared They say auto travel yet to be back to last years have been frugal in their buying of but full scale production of 1959 models should make them more liberal in conu ing Increasing construction outlays have been a big help to the metals Pubic projects have taken up the slack caused by a dip in factory Appliance makers and farm equipment makers are also better But all of todays news is good because the metal industries are so basic to the American economyIf consumers continue to increase their spending as ex the news will gat stll bet Faubus Optimistic About Opening Private Schools Soon LITTLE AP head of the He also revealed his office is cuit of Appeals at Louis Decides To Stand For Life hunting buildings and Earlier this week Faubus an juanier mis weeK rauuus uuMciwumeu u u u LUIHS win ue necessary in nounced he was sending out He has attacked the ing meters ters asking for donations to a nristate school budget as nothing TOPEKA AP Given a hard choice of either standing or sitting the remainder of bis Harry elected Fri day to stand and meet the future eye to The 32yearold salesman and father of nine children will under go surgery in Wichita next week to relieve pressure on nerves in his legs and pelvis that resulted from injuries suffered in an auto mobile accident nearly a year ago z received severe head am loss of his left eye and his sense of smell anc taste and his leg was fracfcurec in 63 places when his small foreign VOLC auiiuui no oalu e riuay that there hasnt been time for would be secondrate schools and recipients of the letters to l make automobile struck a stallec near Wichita 1957 Doctors believe the pain suffered by Biltz since the accident can be relieved by fusing his body in a standing or sitting So they left it to Biltz to As Biltz told newsmen of decisfonh gave this reason want to b eable to took the world the eye and not to spend the rest of my Ufe looking 9t Disease Virus WeUy On the same Gilley LOUIS do dis rausing vimes to inspect outbreaks these schools Centre Medical researchers dont know Green Richard Shope of Sand New Peofeller InsUtuteTr I Pleasant Jlawkins upsearch said yesterday lSeS S P J J D g Dr Shopefirst iso r Wycffl E late swine influenza said in Chippewa and a lecture at the Louis Univer Lymf atsity School that viruses 6 the are recognizable and their means high school and grade school of transmission known during the childrens Mud time they cause diseases week and Acorn schools will also when the outbreak stops he there is no ctear knowledge of their Good election of MW OU Rook Private School ers asking for donations to a pri vate school He said Friday Lamb Insured Payment adv Tax Program A Black program Reed pledged an effort to devel op industry in the state and pro mote better schools is both sad and shocking but Reed said the resul Launch Lunar Rocket Silent Throng Views Body Of Pius XII ul in Al midmorning the Defenst he instruments aboard was still Department reported the mu tif JMOnuiiiciiia auuam waa snu Depart The clad In the robes too limited to permit any accurate i which he will be buried on auuoea n which he will buried on lay directly under the great cupola and above thc tomb of his The side doors of the basilica opened at The long proces sion women and chil dren entered doors at the right and moved across shoul der to held within bor ders by wooden They moved with sounds ol shuffling and whispered Theyturned silently to look at the patrician countenance they had known so long and that now was waxen and a golden bishops miter on the Some crossed them The Popes body had been brought to the Vatican Friday night from the papal cummer pal ace at Castel 18 miles away in the Alban where he died at 82 Meeting in Vatican quarters across Peters a group of 16 cardinals made further ar rangements today for the funeral of Pope Pius and the choice ol his The Vatican announced these decisions The Roman Catholic Churchs 261st pontiff will be buried be neath the basilica in funeral serv ices starting at 4 Monday The services will las1 about an hour and a The secret conclave of the Col lege of Cardinals to elect the 262nd Pope will begin at 4 Sattiidayr Most of the churchs 55 cardinals are expectec to The election will be held behind In the Defense De partment announced that if the lunar probe should attain a de sired orbit around the it will not be known for some ime whether this will be achieved the satellite would stay within miles of the moon for at least seven The department also said that it is theoretically possible that the satellite might actually strike the w Kansas has been given a black locked doors of the Vaticans1 Sis eye by George Dockings tine The Cardinals may ideas on Clyde Reed choose the new pontiff from aid here last among their own or per Republican candidate for haps select a prelate who is not spoke at a asserta prince of the The bal ing Dockings unrealistic tax loting will go on until the choice program is being advertised over is made by twothirds plus one the country as a soak industry fu the cardinals Free Parking Monday will be a parking meter The governors record on holiday in observance of Colum bus Day which falls on Sunday Reed He has derided the it was announced No teachers as underworked and coins will be necessary in park a secondrate Other speakers included Clifford Hope running for Congress from the 5th Lets protect our freedom anc our individual right of choice by voting Yes for Amendment 3 on November Franklin County Right to Work Mrs Harold Adv Missile Jammed With Instruments To Probe Mysteries Of The Moon tude and of the lunar probes al The rocket was spinning through 000mile path to the moon space at some after ts dramatic launching at soared into If all goes the missile should approach within miles of the moon some time Monday The instrument packed nose cone was described by the De fense Department in a statement as the most sophisticated man made fact finding device ever thrust into the Within the fiberglass shell are 3p pounds of instruments de signed to Collect and relay information on the magnetic fields of the earth and the 2Record the number of crometeorites it mi Measure radiation intensity during flight from the earth to Determine internal tempera the satellite during TAKE tiwlt ftwlde a nbleti reaft take Vowr Not Your near following tut accident which brought death to one penon and to urc inside Obtain a crude electrinoc pic ture of the surface oft he It television scan ning equipment to gathering data on the hidden far side of the Robert director of electronics for the said that if the lunar probes does go on around or pass the it may take about five days to gath er the scanning data sufficiently to provide a crude picture of the Scientists at the news confer ence also disclosed that if their protection calculations are right the moon will pass directly above Hawaii days after so that a powerful radio nation there could send the signalsto ignite a small terminal rocket that could put the probe into an orbit around the VJim KC2 they if the moon cnarge brought against him i is more nearly over Florida at that particular the terminal stage rocket will be fired from Cape Bennett said they expect to know within a day which of the two stations will be called upon to give the probe its final Bennett also said that the probe went through an extensive chem ical decontamination process and was handled with caution exceed ing that observed in surgical op eration in some He said this was done because of some concern that there reason to keep any earth made Way Out There was miles out in space on its The Pentagon said the rocket may be departing from its in tended and may miss the paint in space at which it would the moon sometime It was reported also that the instruments aboard the missile are performing extremely sat iving organisms from the moon n order to get a better idea of ijvi nit yiuer tO wctict surface of the moon or even pass what truly exists there when peo beyond the influence of the moons gravity and go out into outer Donald dl space beyond the range of earth rector of the missile test tracking It was disclosed for the Jme that instruments carried by the satellite include one for meas uring the intensity of radiation during flight from the earth to the Inclusion of these instruments experiment was prompted partly by the recent discovery of a po tentially dangerous band of radia tion beginning about 60o miles above the earth and continuing on out to an as yet undetermined al At a news conference Louis president of Space Technol ogy Los Angeles which developed the lunar probe said there were some that the launching speeds hac been lower than were He said the first stage appeared to have progammed started curving on its trajectory to the than it should thc launching was considered a great success be cause the stages all fired in prop or sequence at full and the payload of instruments in the nose after the jubilant reports of the successful said all ad ditional information will come in Defense Department announce ments about every six The Defense Department de scribed as perhaps the most im portant piece of equipment a Doppler Command This instrument will fire the blast designed to send the satellite around the Sticking up from the top of the department is a twoeared telemetry antenna to beam the satellites discoveries to five principal tracking stations around the At these stations information will be taped and transmitted for analysis at If Americas 20th Cen tury Pioneer carries out its the Defense Department the world will have through the an intimate peek at the The initial step to mans conquest of This momentous achievement the United States came a little more than a year after the Rus sians startled the world by send ng aloft the worlds first earth This country since has sent up four satellites of its jefore todays moon rodftt firing jy the Air There was no indication that the Russians have been able to a moon rocket Smith To Zurich Meeting public information director for the Kansas City Dis Army Corps of Engi has gone to Switzer where he will attend the 50th Association Naviga which begins wellknown to many Ot flew to Jeav ng Kansas City He will be on loan to the Information Agency for a 2week and will present a nation wide Corps of Engineersexhibit or the Information Agency In Zur Smith is well known In Ottawa hrough his work on the Marais des Cygnes flood control project which is under the supervision of he Kansas City He was n Ottawa recently and made ar rangements for the groundbreak ng ceremony on the Ottawa local Pomona Man Faces Charge Pomona tavern operator BUI faced assault charges in charge brought against him fol lowing a reported brawl at Wa place of Judge Winton Winter took the case under advisement lis tening lo a preliminary hearing In the GiUilands was ac quitted of being drunk in a public place charge brought against her at the same Her case was heard in a court trial Friday Rummage Oct Me monal Good selection of MW aad OH Douglas   

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