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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, October 9, 1961 News Briefs Music, a skit on the coming Book Fair and a film on TB testing will be featured at a meeting of the Eugene Field School PTA in the school auditorium tonight at 7:30, according to Mrs. Dee Farnsworth, 1410 Maple. Guests are asked to sit in sections marked according to their birthdays. Robert M. Smith will be among the more than 800 men and women from all over the state who will attend the annual convention of the Kansas Association of Independent Insurance Agents, in Wichita Oct. 15 through Oct. 17. Princeton Grain Company now open. All numbers of Armours Fertilizers. YE 7-2815. Adv. The Ottawa PTA Council will meet at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the office of School Supt. Henry Parker. Low Bidders On Church Ottawa Home Builders, Inc., is the apparent low bidder for the construction of the new Richm o n d Community Methodist Church, according to E. V. Skidmore, architect. The Ottawa organization bid $49,733.89. This is some $4,000 less than the next low bidder, Muchow Sprigg Construction Co., Paola, at $53,858. Other bids for the general construction were Chapman Construction Co., Yates Center, $55,120; Lee Construction Co., Paola, $56,282, and Markowitz Builders, Emporia, $58,690. A bid of $8,888 by Carey's Plumbing and Heating, Ottawa, was the apparent low in that category. Also bidding on plumbing and heating was Norris Brothers, Lawrence, $13,720. Electrical work will be done by the owners. The contracts are to let in the next 10 days, Skidmore added, and work is to start within 14 days after the letting. Eight To Hospital After Collision Robert W. James, 19, 822 S. Poplar, posted $350 bond after he was cited by police Saturday night on charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquors or drugs, reckless driving and failing to heed a red light and siren, according to police records. He is to appear in Police Court tomorrow. Eight persons were taken to the Miami County Hospital at Paola following a 2-car collision on K-68 two miles east of New Hope Church, sheriff's officers said. Taken to the hospital were Florence Coleman, 34,'RFD 1, Paola, and her two children, Rose Ann, 11, and Marilyn, 7; Gary Gifford, 17, Silver Lake; his 15- year-old wife, Linda, their 2- month old son, Mickey, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gifford. Gilmore said that the brakes of the Coleman car failed as it entered K-68 from a township road. The Coleman car and the Gifford car, driven by Gary, received major damages. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gifford and Gary reportedly received leg in- Deaths juries. Mrs. Coleman and Linda Gifford received shoulder and back injuries. The children were taken for examination, Gilmore explained. Also hospitalized in a collision today was John Wall Murphy, 75, Kansas City, Mo., driver of a car which ran off the s h o ulder of US50 half a mile west of Homewood today, sheriff's officers reported. The car, owned by the John Colby Co., Kansas City, traveled 85 feet on the shoulder before striking an abutment. A car driven by Otis Hutchinson, 73, Wellsville, received major damage in a collision with one driven by W. K. Blunk, 53, RFD 2, five and-a-half miles east of Ottawa on K-38 Saturday. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Accuse Doctor Of Injecting Poison In His Wife's Arm Cold Front Ends Nice Weather TOPEKA (AP)-A fast-moving cold front put an end to warm, dry weather over most of Kansas Sunday and Sunday night. The front was accompanied by fairly heavy rains in western Kansas and dropped temperatures as much as 30 degrees. Eminence, in Finney County, had the heaviest rain reported, 1.84 inches. Garden City had .97 of an inch, Sublette ;91, Kalvesta .93, Cimarron .57, Ness City .63, Ce dar Bluff Dam .80, Ellis .82, Wa. Keeney .65, Hill City 42, Webster Dam .28, Kirwin Dam .15, Dodge City .14 and Goodland .05. Nothing more than sprinkles was reported in other sections. Skies were cloudy over Kansas this morning, with rain dri/zle and occasional thunderstorms over the western third The Weather Bureau predicted i continuation of cloudy, unsettlet and cool weather at least through Tuesday. Robert M. Bruening, 45, Independence, and Delard R. Carmichael ,35, New Brighton, Minn., have been charged in County Court here with driving 60 miles an hour in a truck weighing in excess of 5,000 pounds, the speed limit being 50, and driving 84 in a 70-mile zone, respectively. Both were cited by state troopers. Radiators reparied. Thornbrugh Garage. Williamsburg. Adv. Joe Button, county commissioner, and Fred Gardner, county engineer, are attending the ninth annual convention of the American Road Builders Association in Wichita. The meetings run today through Wednesday. The Lions Club met at noon today to watch the fifth game of the World Series on color television. Lawrence Gervais, 21, Dodge City, today pleaded innocent in County Court here to petty, larceny in the theft of 25 phom> graph records from Nancy'^La* Valley, court records show. His bond was set at $750 pending trial Oct. 23. Russell Stover Candies, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv Attending the annual meeting of Kansas Community Theater Conference Saturday in Wichita were Edwin Sheldon, president of Ottawa Community Theater Players; Mrs. Wint Winter first president of the Ottawa group, and Mrs. Al Knoeppel. The conference, formed last summer, includes 11 theater groups. Ottawa is a charter member. October 15 has been chosen as the date for the annual Franklin County reunion at South Gate, Calif. The picnic with basket lunch and free coffee is held at noon in South Gate Park, 9700 Hildreth. Mrs. Vi Studebaker, Box 63, Fawnskin, Calif., is the secretary. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-4431. adv. LEWIS B. KERSHNER Lewis B. Kershner, 73, Kansas City, formerly of east of Ottawa, died Sunday at 3:15 a.m. in a Kansas City nursing home. He was born in Miami County Oct. 23, 1887, and reared in the area. He had lived in Kansas City 23 years. He was a retired orderly of Bethany Hospital, Kansas City, Kas. A World War I veteran, he was a member of Warren Black Post No. 60, American Legion. Services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. in Earp & Sons Funeral Home, Kansas City, Kas. In charge of graveside services at Stanton Cemetery, Rantoul, will be Warren Black Post No. 60, American Legion, Merlin Casteel, commander, in charge. JESSE C. RICE Jesse Cornelius Rice, 72, RFD 2, Pomona, died Saturday at 11:45 a.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient one week. A retired farmer, he had lived most of his life in Franklin County. He was born May 3, 1889, in Franklin County. He married Catherine Eliza Harrison in Ottawa on March 12, 1909. Mrs. Rice died Jan. 6, 1959. Surviving are two sons, George iH,: Rice, Henderson, Colo., and John L. Rice, Weiser, Idaho; two daughters, Mrs. Fern Merwin, Denver, Colo.; and Mrs. Leona Crawford, Pomona; nine grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Irene Palmer, Wray, Colo. Services will be at Towner's Funeral Chapel Tuesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Roy Armstrong officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. PORT ORCHARD, Wash. (AP) —Dr. Robert E. Boehme, 41, accused of injecting poison into his wife's arm, was to be arraigned today on a charge of first-degree assault with intent to kill. His wife, Dorothy, 34, said she would leave her hospital bed to be at his side. Boehme was freed on $25,000 bond after his arrest Saturday. An attractive nurse, Mary Boehme, 28, Annapolis, Wash., was arrested as a material witness, and released on $5,000 bond. Mrs. Boehme was married to the doctor's brother, Jack, an Oregon State University pharmacy student, for about three years. They were divorced in 1959. Prosecutor Gordon Walgren said Dr. Boehme is accused of injecting poison into his wife's arm with a blood-sampling syringe Sept. 20. Dorothy Boehme called the charge "preposterous." The doctor said his wife had been a diabetic for about 20 years and recently suffered from hepatitis, an inflamation of the liver. "I love my wife," he said. "To say that I would try to destroy her is fantastic." The couple has two sons, aged 8 and 10. The involved case took another twist when the prosecutor said he and Mary Boehme had filed an application for a marriage license June 22. Walgren, himself divorced and now engaged to another woman, said he never had any intention of marrying the nurse. "I was investigating her conduct and wanted to see .if she would go through with the idea of marriage," he said. "She broke off with me the same day." Schools Get State Money Ottawa" and Franklin County >igh schools will share the $10,169.49 provided by the state for driver's education classes on the basis of $39.57 per student enrolled in the classes. This will give the schools the following amounts: Ottawa, $4,590.12; Appanoose, $1,464.09; Pomona, $672.69; Lane, $395.70; Princeton, $553.98; Wellsville, $1,859.79, and Williamsburg, $633.12. Clyde I. Piper, 820 E. 16th, Ottawa, Potter, 1841.8. Main, Ottawa, Kansas 585.81 ospeh Priolrau. 934 K. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas $25.23 Christopher Qutnter., 522 8. Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $13.11 oe Ramirez. 72'! N. Main, Ottawa, Dorothy M. HaVley, 720 N - Mftln Ottawa, Kansn.T $1.88 Donald L. Roberts, 809 S. Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas SI 6.54 ,eo Robinson, 515 E. «th, Ottawa; Alvilee Rodgcra, BIB Hamblln, Ottawa, Kansas J2.44 William Schractier, 808 S. Cherry, Ottawa, Kansas $14.69 Charles L. Shane, 710 N. Poplar, Ottawa, Kansas $6.30 Ralph D. Sheridan, 831 S. Mulberry, Ottawa, Kansas $51.21 Legate Roxann Biehl, of K.U., will conduct tryouts this evening and Tuesday evening in Memorial auditorium for the coming Community Theater production, "Blithe Spirit." Miss Biehl will direct the play which has parts for five women and two men. All interested persons are invited. John Allen and Mrs. Earl Farris have been re-elected agricultural and home economics representatives respectively, to the Franklin County extension council from Lincoln Township. A. F. Ponton was elected 4-H representative. Chipper After Week In Shelter WESTBURY, N.Y. (AP) - A Long Island couple and their two small sons are "fit and chipper" after almost a week in a fallout shelter. Andrews Denied Hearing WASHINGTON (AP)-The Supreme Court today denied a hearing to Lowell Lee Andrews, who was sentenced to the gallows in Kansas in the killing of his parents and sister. Andrews, a student at the University of Kansas, on the day after Thanksgiving in 1958 called police to the Andrews farm in Wyandotte County. Police found the father with 17 bullet wounds, the mother with six, and the sister, Jennie Lee, with a bullet in her head. Andrews' appeal to the high tribunal said the death penalty was improper and referred to the student as a "mentally disturbed boy of 18." The appeal also objected to admission in evidence of a statement made after a conversation with the Rev. Virto C. Dameron, then minister of Grandview Baptist Church in Kansas City, which the family attended. Justice Douglas noted that he favored hearing Andrews' appeal. Kennedy To Visit Rayburn NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) - President Kennedy undertook today a sad, sentimental journey to Texas to comfort ailing Sam Rayburn. The President switched plans and ordered his Air Force jet to head for Dallas, Tex., instead of back to Washington at the close of a weekend in Newport. The 79-year-old speaker of the House is gravely ill in a Dallas hospital, combatting incurable cancer. As the man who served longer than any other as speaker, as "Mr. Democrat" to both political friends and foes, Rayburn was a powerful ally of the President in Congress. He left Washington a month before Congress adjourned to go home to Texas and try to get rid of what he said was lumbago in an aching back. Rayburn has not been told by his doctors that cancer is striking down his long lustrous career in politics. Pomona Man Kurt In Race Milton Jameson, Pomona garage and service station operator, was reported in a critical condi- The parents called the test j tion today from injuries suffered "highly successful." The family emerged Sunday from an above-ground shelter where they spent 151 hours in a test sponsored by the Nassau County Civil Defense Commission. A spokesman.for the Roosevelt Field shopping center, where the shelter was set up, estimated that 40,000 persons witnessed the family's experiment. Many talked with the family through a microphone set up for that purpose. yesterday afternoon in a collision on the Miami County race track. A spectator said Jameson's car was in a sideswipe collision with another car during a stock car race. Jameson's car reportedly flipped end-over-end and landed on its top. •Jameson was reported today still unconscious at the University of Kansas Medical Center at Kansas' City. To Execute Women To Halt Protest MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - An anti- Castro organization says that the Cuban government plans to execute housewives to stop public protest about food shortages. The first publicly known execution of a woman since Fidel Castro came to power will take place on Tuesday, a Cuban holiday, according to the organization, the People's Revolutionary Movement (MRP). The MRP was considered one of the most effective underground outfits operating in Cuba before the unsuccessful April invasion By report, it was forced to hall operations, along with the other underground groups, when the in vasion failed, but recently was re organized and now is operating again. Tuesday is Grito de Yara—Cry of Yara—Day; the anniversary ol the 1868 call at Yara, in eastern Cuba, for revolution against Spain. _ WANTADS Phone CH 2-4700 Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Bobby Cook, 521 N. Cherry; Gary Stahel, Overbrook; Saturday. Charles Story, Baldwin; John Douglas Brandt, 704 S. Cherry; Mrs. J. L. Wassmer, 322 Maple; Mrs. Edwin E. Schwarz, 723 W. 6th; Sunday. R. D. Gleason, 1122 S. Cedar; Mrs. Leona Husted, 107 S. Hickory; H. T. Gibson, Wellsville; Mrs. Harry Smith, Crestview; Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stoltle- mire, RFD 1, Rantoul, daughter born Sunday, weight, 8 Ib., 11 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Atchison, 714 S. Poplar, son born Sunday, weight, 5 Ib., 13 oz. Ottawans On C Of C Councils J. R. (Duke) Cheney, Ottawa district vice president of th state Chamber of Commerce, has been named to the Highway Developement Council of the State C of C. Other Ottawans named to Stai councils are Harold S. Crawford and Glen A. Hayward, agricul tural relation:.; Robert A. Anderson, business climate; Lowell Fouts and Dr. A. B. Martin, education; James. J. Chandler, federal taxation and finance; R. F. Killough, highway development; H. D. McGrath, industrial development; John Wassmer, retail; Homer J. Henning, state taxation and finance; Russell L. Crites and George E. Lister, water resources, and Peg Carr, executive advisory council. More than 900 pe rson s from 152 Kansas communities are represented on the councils. (First Published Oct. I, 1961) (Last Published Oct. 16, 1961) DELINQUENT PERSONAL TAXES . Notice Is hereby given that the personal taxes for 1960 plus Interest and penalties are due and whole or part unpaid In the following amounts. Boselyn Whirley, County Treasurer 18SO DELINQUENT PERSONAL TAX CUTLER TOWNSHIP David Nickelson, Rt. 1, Rantoul, Kansas $6.23 Mary Belisle, 52C-15 Terr., Osawatomie, Kans. $9.90 Mary Belisle, 529-155 Terr., Osawatomie Kans. $6.94 Mary Bellsle, E2D-15 Terr., Osawatomie, Kans. $3.87 Mary Beltsle, 529-15 Terr., Osawatomie Kans. $7.64 Lane Oil Co., Lane, Kansas $64.62 Reed Parker, 924 Prosperity Lane, Wichita, Kan-.. $6.94 Jok-i Peters, Fill City, Nebraska $50.10 South African Ksplscopal Methodls Church and Western University, Kansas City, Missouri $7.16 Adrian J. Benllsle, 703 Governor, Wichita. Kans. $14J.30 Genevleve Klein, 918 Huntington Blvd. Arcadia, Cal. $1.39 Christine L. Sr.eed, 1807 Philtowe 4 'Bldg., Tulsa, Okla. $1.90 FEANKLIW TOWNSHIP Thurston Cox, Rt. 2. WellsvillB, Kansa $411.61 Robert Oshel, Rt. 2. Wellsvllle, Kansa $1.88 Warren M. Elliott, Rt. 2, Wellsville, Kansas S22 57 GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP Robert Fowler 3211 Michigan, Topeka Kans. $15.32 HARRISON TOWNSHIP Eugene R. Ree.i, 716 E. llth, Ottawa Kans. $15.1-1 arr.ar Harris, Pres. of Flying Inc Rt. 1, Ottawa, Kansas $99.18 HAYES TOWNSHIP Merton Payne, Rt. 4, Ottawa, Kansa Local Markets Soybeans $2-10 Wheat 1-85 Milo Rye Ear Corn Dismissals Mrs. Ralph Woods, Country Club; Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Baldwin; William J. Cook, Baldwin; Dr. Josaphyne Davis, 118 Park; Mrs. Everett Gragg, 1010 W. 6th; Mrs. Edwin Sheldon and baby daughter, 904 S. Cedar; Mrs. Bobby Cook, 521 N. Cherry; Sunday. Myrlen Young. Knocksville, Iowa; Mrs. Gordon Hughes and baby son, Wellsville; Gary Stahel, Overbrook; Monday. Name Assistant MANHATTAN (AP)-Dr. Robert A. Bohannon has been named assistant to Glenn H. Beck, dean of agriculture, and assistant to Harold E. Jones, extension director, at Kansas State University. A native of Holton and a former county agent in Nemaha County, Bohannon was an extension specialist in crops, soils and soil testing before reassignment of duties. 1.75 .90 1,03 Shelled Corn 1-08 .75 .95 43 Oats Barley Butterfat 48. Eggs, straight run 22 Eggs, graded 35, .26, .22 Cocks W Hens 05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts steady to weak; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 barrows and gilts 200-270 Ib 17.'00-50; 1-3 sows 280-400 Ib 16.0017.25. Sheep 1,200; lambs steady; ewes steady; feeders slow, steady; good to prime lambs 15.50-17.50; utility and good ewes 3.00-50; good and choice feeders 12.00-13.00. Cattle 13,000; calves 1,800; steers and heifers active, steers 25-50 higher; heifers strong to 25-50 higher; cows slow, steady; veal- ers steady; stockers and feeders slow, steady; good to choice steers 22.75-24.50; good to prime heifers 22.50 - 24.00; utility and commercial cows 14.75-15.50; good and choice vealers 22.00-26.00; good and choice stockers and feeders 22.50-26.00. SALE DATES Harold Sewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas 11 — Grace Episcopal Church, Oct White Elephant Sale, and Cedar. 1 p.m., 2nd RICE — Funeral Service for Jesse C. Rice will be conducted from Town- ner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Tuesday. Interment in Highland Cemetery. Oct. 12—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co , Ottawa, Kas. Oct. 13—Night Consignment Horse Sale, 95th St. and 40 Highway, Kansas City, Kansas. Oct. 17—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Missouri. Oct. 26—Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa, Kas. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 night 7 p.m., 1138 N. Main. Community sale every night, 1136 N. Main. Thursdaj Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Overbrook Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East or Main on Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m. Oct. 7 — Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at one o'clock Oct. 14 _ Ottawa Market sale located ° n ° ™ lle East of Main on Wilson Saturday afternoon at -one o'clock. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-918 Howard-46. Ottawa RFD 4. a»»1PrH Un C ? UDty Sale ^mpany Every Saturday. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa. Fam Sttle mles S ° C6pecIalStocker Sale Ottawa, Kansas. . Oct. 20_Prairle city School Building A Land & contenti near Baldwin, Kan $1.88 LINCOtN TOWNSHIP Fred Wright, 925 N. Mulberry, Ottawa Kans. $9.73 Charles W. Terry, Rt. 3, Ottawa, Kans $14.90 Marvin Dahl, Rt. 1, Ottawa, Kansa $26.98 OHIO TOWNSHIP Frank McKinsey 12tal., Ciamett, Kani $49.03 OTT1WA TOWNSHIP Harold Smith, 1250 Orvell Aven., Kansas City. h"i:r.s. $5.06 PEOUAITOWNSHIP Holland P. Ferris. Jr.. Rt. 2, Wellsville Kansas $6.80 Anthony Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kan; $13.12 Elmer Aagaard &• Dockstader, 111 New House Bidg.. Salt Lake Clt' Utah $38.44 Anthony Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansa $3.92 L. C. Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansa $11.77 L. C. Gorges, Box 147, lola, Kansa $28.23 Aagaard & Do;;kstader, 1119 New House Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah Lost and Found —8 LOST — Money in bills. Reward. CH 2-2443. Notices -^9 NOTICE-A11 RcaJ Estate Dealers. My farm is off the market. A. L, Lingard. Ottawa Lodge NoTTs AF & AM". Special Communication Tues., Oct. 10th, 7 p. m. Work in 3rd Degree. Myron S. Steere Jr. - Master Sidney 0. Morris — Scc'y , Erne'st "'shoemaker/ 10R_ B. Cedar, Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas Charles Sturgls, $22.39 603 S. Ottawa, Kansas $8.66 Clement Sublett, 1627 S. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $56.70 Robert L. Urban, U'16 W. 6th, Ottawa, Kansas $33.08 John M. Valentin, 704 E. 7th, Ottawa, Kansas $11.22 Willie L. William*, 934 N. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas $32.00 Henry Wilson, 1641 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $110.40 Mildred C. Wilson, 737 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $2.96 Frank M. Ycager 1105 N. Main, Ottawa, Kansas (17.44 A. & W. Trailer Rental, 901 Western Aven., South Bend 25. Ind. $8.77 Dillon Stone Co., Columbus Junction, Iowa $822.06 KAJO Studio, 1525 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $200.7U Unique Beauty Bar, 219 B. Main, Ottawa, Kantian $26.79 Wyeth Auto Sales, 1027 N. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $36.77 William E. Carter, 404 W. 4th, Ottawa. Kanms $211.98 David L. Currier. 2245 Broadway, Grand Junction. Colo. $22.00 James B. Hudnnil. 6619 Edgcvale Rd., Kansas City, 13, Missouri $27.12 Mike Mulcahfty, 6M9 B. Cedar, Ottawa. Kan«e.s $58.00 Carl Pendleton. 633 B. Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas $29.78 Richard Rollins, 802 8 Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $9.36 D. L. Scaff, 028 S. Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas $2.20 Fred O. Smllh, 1016 Cottonwood, Ottawa. Kansas JJ7.01 Thomas Walsh, 1233 B. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $11.63 E. B. Watson, 1627 S. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $38.34 E. B. Watson, 1B27 8. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $3.07 Urban H. Wittmeyer, Sedalla, Missouri $86.33 Midwest Trailer Sales. 1627 B. Main, Ottawa. Kansas $41.03 Total Delinquent Personal Tax $5,051.72 You Can Save Time By Placing Your Classified Ad By PHONE - Dial CH 2-4700 DEADLINE MONDAY-FRIDAY 11:00 A.M. SATURDAY 10:00 A.M. If your ad is placed after these deadlines it will appear in the following day HERALD. {125.64 Mrs. Grace Wilson, Rantoul, $1.94 Kansas Morris Kunz. 4300 B. 5th, Murray, Utah $33,15 Adrian J. Bellsle c-o W. F. Hall, 529- 15th Terr.. Osawatomie, Kans. $77.58 POMONA TOWNSHIP Dave Cox, Rt. 1, Pomona, Kansas $11.78 POTTAWATOMIF TOWNSHIP William Conner, Greeley, Kansas $12.03 Frank Baker c-o Stallman Oil Co., 429 Stallman Bldg, Nashville, Tennessee $4.93 Helen E. Baker c-o O. It I. Service, 1014 N. Broadway. Wichita, Has. $4.93 Mary Belisle, 5il> 15th Terr., Osawatomie, Kas. $8.82 Mary Belisle, 029 15th Terr., Osawato- mic, Kas. $4.02 Mary Belisle, 529 15th Terr., Osawato- mle, Kas. $12.03 Otis R. Foster, c-o Lane OH Co., Lane, Kansas $4.E!> WILLIA.USBURO TWONSHIP Harry L. Huson, Willis msburg, Kansas $21.36 LANE CITY Leonard Spears, Lane, Kansas $1.88 POMONA CITY Willis O. Lumnn, 4221 S. E. 44th, Oklahoma Citv. Okla. $7.69 PRINCETON CITY Alvln A. Arnold, Princeton, Kansas $100.94 Larry B. Medrtsrs, Princeton, Kansas $49.46 Sterling Construction Co., Box 9733, Oklahoma City. Okla. $103.05 RANTOUL CITY Wilfred S. Turley, Rnntoul, Kansas $122.62 RICHMOND CITY Elvin R. Hoin, Richmond, Kansas $1.88 Kenneth Lawson Richmond Kansas $27.83 WELLSVILLE CITY Homer Chapman, Welsvie, Kansas $10.24 LJoyd B. Glasscool;, WeJIsville, Kansas $14.10 Irvie E. Majors Estate c-o Bessie Fields, Wellsville, Kansas. $12.58 WILLfAMSBURG CITY Nelson M. Hoffman, Williamsburg (First published 9-25-81) (Last published 10-9-61) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Florence L. K. Judd aka Florence K. Judd, aka Mrs. William A. Judd. deceased. No. 10-534 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You. are hereby notified that a petition has been Hied in said court by Homer J. Hennlng, executor of the will of Florence L. K. Judd. aka Florence K. Judd. aka Mrs. William A. Judd, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as executor, allowance for his fees, attorneys fees, and expenses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Florence L. K. Judd. aka Florence K. Judd. aka Mrs. William A. Judd. deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 17th day of October, 1961, at 2:00 o'clock, p.m., on said day, In said court. In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Homer J. Kenning, Petitioner Anderson & Byrd, Attorneys for Petitioner —16 Nurseries — Seeds Plants CHRYSANTHEMUMS- Cut flowers, Many colors. A. F. Lewis, CH 2-3270. Red brick house west of Countv farm. Men Wanted -19 Kansas $71.05 OTTAWA CITY Carl W. Anderson Jr., 722 8. Mulberry Apt. 31, Ottawa Kas. $24.77 Chest-er E. Asiicraft, 221 W. 2nd' , Ottawa, Kan. $5.84 Ross Bailey, 119 S. Cedar, Ottawa, Kas. William F. Bailey, 131 B. Poplar, Ottawa, Kansas $25.21 Mrs. Wilma >!at.j. 3835 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. $19.19 Harry E. Blshcp, 803 Tremont, Ottawa Kas. $59.43 Delmas R. Boyd, 703 N. Oak, Ottawa, Victor C. Brando.i. Box 80, Ottawa Kas. $57.16 Walter Bryan, 410 E. 2nd, Ottawa, Kansas $1.88 Earl R.- Buck, 634 B. Mulberry, Ottawa, Kansas S37.4S David Caldwoll, General Delivery Ottawa, Kam-ns $85.13 David M. Clari:, 808 Tremont, Ottawa Kansas $33.56 Oscar Corbin, 007 E. Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas $84.79 Raymond W. Cornwell, 746 S. Oak Ottawa, Kansas $80 17 Harold E. Deevtr, 717 S. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $3.111 Kenneth M. Dosda. 215 E. 3rd. Apt. 1, Ottawa, Kansas $13.98 Warren H. Easley, 111 N. Elm Ottawa, Kansa;-. $l.8S William F. Eldrldge, 1105 N. Main Ottawa, Kansas $53.96 ' Aubrey A. Ellis. 137 g. walnut, Ottawa Kansas $21.58 Dennis Evans, Ottawa University Ottawa, Kansas $1.23 °' tawa ' Marjorle Franis, J15 S. Cedar, Ottawa Kansas $23.32 3959 Wiley E. Gilkoy, 1410 s. Main, Ottawa, Kansas $10.78 «»w», Andrew J. Gillilund, 127 Cedar, Ottawa Kansas S2.E1 ' *• Locust - 0 " a ™. 2U w - 3rd - ottawi1 ' Homer E. Hamermtr., 317 Center Point Rd., Weatherford, Texas $14.80 Charles Imig, 635 S. Main, Ottawa Kansas $71.03 Clarence Klrklar.d, 937 Maple, Ottawa Kansas $5 20 Oar L. Mclums, V17 8. Poplar. Apt. 8,- Ottawa, Kantas $28.42 Loretta Nlchol-,, 003 S. Sycamore, Ottawa, Kansas $16.81 Warren Odom, Harrlsouvllle, Missouri Buren Osborn, 634 Maplt. Ottawa, Kansai $U7.5« (First Published M8-81> (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Coleman Tolvcrt, sentenced 4-2859 for the crime of Murder 2nd Degree In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 10-26-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office In Topeka, Kansas. Petitioner: Coleman Tolvert. (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE I, Gordon Camper, sentenced 9-16-57 for the crime of Crime Against Nature Hab. In Franklin County, Kansas, will apply on 10-26-61 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office In Topeka, Kansas. Petitioner: Gordon Camper. (First Published 9-18-61) (Last Published 10-16-61) STATE OF KANSAS Kansas State Penitentiary NOTICE 1, Jean Bowen, sentenced 12-1-60 for the crime of Forgery 2nd & Uttering Cons, in Franklin County, Kansas will apply on 10-26-81 for Executive Clemency, to the Governor, at his office In Topeka, Kansas. Petitioner: Jean Bowen. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%-PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word 4c 3 insertions per word iflc 6 insertions per word 15c 26 insertions per word 60c Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mm. 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem ...$1.00 emblem $1.50 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line. Out of trade territory, 5o per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per line Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks We wish to express our gratitude and say thank you .to our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness and deeds of friendship during the illness and following death of our wife MAKIUELf Men to 38 to service established customers. $80.00 guaranteed per week plus expenses. For interview & appointment — PJionejCH 2-2447.^ MAN" WANTED~a"g"e~2Wl. "StairS ing salary $80 per week. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Holidays off. Vacation with pay. For information see Gary Mock at North American Hotel, Monday evening, Nov. 9th 7:30 to 9 p.m. Salesmen -20 NATIONAL concern offers opportunity for man to work in Northeast Kansas. Married man above 30 preferred. Must have good car, gnowledge of tractors and machinery helpful. Sales experience not necessary, we train if hired. Drawing account, when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, address, and phone number to R. A. Stanley, Dept. 10A-5, P. 0. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. Men and Women Wtd.—23 TELEPHONE" WORK from your home. Full or part time. Must have telephone and car—write or call GRand 12479 Mona Arney, 1209 Temple Bldg., 903 Grand, Kansas City, Mo. —24 Women Wanted WAITRESS — evening shift. AI> ply in person. L & L Cafe. General Services —29 TRASH HAULING - phone CH 22585. CARE FOR elderly ladies, my home. CH 2-2215. BULLDOZING — All types. Norman Scott. Phone CH 2-1219. SINGER — repair and parts. Albrights Ph^CHj-4340 RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS~Cir £ 3662. MACHINE QUILTING - $i7dO. 822 Walnut CH 2-5299. ALBAN'S Hydraulic Jack Service — New and used. 715 Willow. PLOW, blade and grade yards. Lee Carter. CH 2-3659. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter. 535 So. Sycamore. CUSTOM COMBINING, self-propelled. Frank Morgan. CH 23727. DEAD ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co Call collect Ottawa - CH 2-1064. WALLPAPER removed by steam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. JPhone CH_ 2-3268. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section. McCRACKEN " ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Positions Wtd. — Women —30 WANTED — Typing or bookkeeping in my home. Several years experience. Seven years with last employer. References. Please call CH 2-2539. Livestock —34 FOR SALE — Registered Whiteface bull. Phone Andy Reed. CH 2-3010. and mother. ford Family. The F. C. San- IOOK TO WE Call CH 2-4700

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