THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, October 31, 1961 News Briefs Winners announced for the Elks Club duplicate bridge tournament last night are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanks, first; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shreve, second; Mrs. Robert A. Anderson and Mrs. H. R. Conrad, third; Mrs. G. C. Fredeen and Larry Crater, fourth, and Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Mill er, fifth. Chicken-Noodle Supper & Bazaar Thurs. Nov. 2. 5:30 to 8:00 Princeton Meth. Church. Adults $1.00, Children under 12, 35 cents. Served family style. Adv. Drake's Bakery — fresh butter rolls donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, \veddinc and birthday cakes. Adv. Evelyn E. Foushee, 41, 704 S. Cherry, was cited for failing to yield the right of way resulting in a collision at 5th and Cedar about 10:30 a.m. today, according to police records. Officers said the eastbound Foushee car and a northbound car driven by Leota F. Beets, 34, 1209 S. Willow, collided at the intersection during a heavy rain. First Baptist Rummage Sale, Church Basement, Nov. 2, 3, 4. Adv. Richmond News Celebrate Anniversary By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. John List celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Oct. 26. They were evening dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Goerge Glover, and family in Lawrence. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny List and son, John III, Topeka. Blanche Perkins speech and Latin teacher at Clay Center High School, will preside at the Latin Round Table at the Topeka State Teachers meeting Friday. Mrs. Jule Jockman was dismissed from the Anderson Count Hospital Thursday. The Clarence Spongs, Stafford, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Atchison. Their daughter, Virginia, who has been employed in Denver has been transferred to Dallas, Tex. Joe and Jerry Mildfelt were in Clay Center Tuesday to attend the funeral of their uncle, John Mildfelt. Two hundred fourteen adults and thirty-seven children were served at the Lord's Acre Supper Thursday evening. Ten were given comlimentary dinners for being 80 years of age or older. Mmes. Carl Anderson and Arthur Brulez were hostesses at the meeting of the St. Therese Pi- Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F.A.M. No meeting tonight.—Myron S. Steere Jr., Master; Sidney 0. Morris, Secretary. Adv. Four Ottawa police officers attended a Federal Bureau of Investigation orientation in Kansas City today on crimes against investment institutions, according to Police Chief Eugene Flaherty. They are Inspector Bill Wheeler, Capt. Dave Griffin, Capt. Fred Vogler Jr., and Patrolman Fred Espinosa. Similar orientations have been in Joplin and Springfield, Mo., and in Salina and Garden City. Your Prescription Drug Store, Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Budget Special — Cold wave complete $5, Downstairs location. Ella's Beauty Salon. CH 24198. Adv. Steve Hoelscher, 61, Richmond, charged in County Court here with making an illegal left turn resulting in a collision on US59 Friday, pleaded guilty today and was fined $10 and costs, according to court records. Ellis Piano Tuning. CH 2-443$. v adv. A new glass front entrance door in metal framing has been installed at Hospital. Ransom Memorial More Bombings In Algiers ALGIERS (AP) - French settlers cheered excitedly Monday night as their underground army exploded a record number of plastic bombs in Algiers. Two Algerians were killed and 16 others injured. More than 60 plastic bombs went off, and Europeans greeted each blast with cries of joy from their balconies. It was the biggest number ever set off- in the Algerian capital in one evening. The bombs were planted by the Secret Army Organization of right-wing French settlers which is trying to whip up another uprising against President Charles de Gaulle and his plans to give Algeria independence. No arrests were reported. nochle Club Thursday. Eleven members were present. Mmes. John Roeckers and Fred Wiesner received high scores. Walter, 15-year-old son of Howard New, is reported to be making satisfactory recovery in St. Margaret's Hospital, Kansas City, for gunshot wounds he received Oct. 22. Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Purvis and Darlene White visited Darlene's mother, Mrs. Etrula White, at K. U. Medical Center Friday afternoon. Ralph McCrea has retired from his work with the Phillips Petroleum Co. He and Mrs. McCrea, who have been living at Gardner to be near his work, have returned to their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hamilton, Wichita, visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dietrich Saturday evening. Mrs. Hamilton was formerly Gladys Griffith who b'ved here with her sister, Mrs. Harry Staley, when she taught at Prairie View School. Mmes. Ethel Sheldon and Margaret Edwards left Monday to spend the winter in Florida. A large crowd attended the Junior play Friday evening. Members of the cast were Kathryn Hull, Donald Prather, Bob Bennett, Phyllis Briggs, Leon Sobba, Bill Maley and Linda and Terry Schwegman. A tract of land North of St. Theresa's Catholic Church has been purchased by church officials from Loren Snider. The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the planting of disease-resistant trees — hard Maples, because of their brilliant BRUSH FIRE THREATENS HOME — Winl-driven brush fire moves down parched hillside above Sierra Madre, Calif., threatening home. More than 500 firefighters battled today to save 25 to 50 evacuated homes in Pasadena Glen Canyon near Sierra Madre. Lane News Good Crowd At Carnival By GLENNA HETTLER A good crowd attended the all- school carnival in the gymnasium. Bill Hiles, senior, and Janice Dai- ton, freshman, were elected king and queen. Mr. and Mrs. Dell White and family, Wichita, visited his parents, "Mr. and Mrs. M. D. White.. Mr. and Mrs. Art Holland and family, Kansas City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Triplett. W. M. Christian and Mrs. Allie Knoop attended the funeral of a Hospital Notes Admissions Walter Artinzer, 824 W. 5th; Roy Travis, 504 N. Mulberry; Mrs. Ollie Smith, Cedar House nursing home; Monday. Marvin Chesbro, Wellsville; Mrs. Jose Mora, 621 King; Mrs. Samuel Pacheo, 231 Ash; Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Jim Welch, RFD 1, Princeton, daughter born Monday, weight, 7 Ib. Dismissals Douglas Gleason, 503 S. Cedar; Monday. Danny English, 507 N. Main; Roy Travis, 504 N. Mulberry; June Schmoe, 1410 S. Main; Tuesday. Local Markets Soybeans $2.20 cousin, Anna Hancock, sister of \yh ea t 1.83 Bob Christian, Ottawa, in Mis- ! Milo 1.60 fall colors, and red bud for its spring beauty. JFK To Speak For Wagner WASHINGTON (API-President Kennedy will go to New York City Thursday to campaign for the reelection of Mayor Robert F. Wag- SALE DATES Ernest Arnold Qverbrook, Kansas ''•" Phone MO 5-3236 Oct. 31 — Osage City Livestock Sale, Osage City, Kas. Nov 2 — Chester Megonigle, Livestock & Machinery Sale 3 miles north, Mi mile east of Berryton, or 2 miles south and l'/i miles east of 29th !i California. Topeka, Kas. at 11:00 a.m Nov. 3 — Emporla Livestock Sale Co.. Emporia, Kas. Nov. 4 _ Franklin County Sale Co. Wilson k Locust, Ottawa, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46 Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Every souri this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKenzie and Audean and Mrs. W. A. Neill, Sr. drove to Welch, Okla., to visit the women's mother who is a patient in a hospital there. Mrs. Cora Chase of Overland Park spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gleason. Beverly Rowland has entered Clark's Business College in Topeka. Mrs. Jess Brillhart, Osawatomie, Betty Winslow, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyd and Dickie, Mission, Wilma Rowland, Topeka, and Mrs. W. E. Rowland visited Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rowland and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hettler and family, Humboldt, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hettler. Lottie Burnett is spending the week in Concordia, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Weber and family- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Rutledge, Weaubleau, Mo., called on friends and relatives in Lane. I Rye ] £!!_ 1 ner. The White House, without giving any details, said today Kennedy will be in New York City Thursday afternoon in behalf of Wagner's candidacy. The visit will be tied in with Kennedy's previously arranged trip to New Jersey for a Thursday night campaign appearance. Saturday. Kas. Locust & Wilson. Ottawa Sees Value In Controls HEALY, Kas. (AP) - Rep. J. Floyd Breeding, D-Kas., said today all legislation passed by Congress dealing with production controls and acreage limitations is designed to restore economic conditions under which farmers can .be free to make their own decisions. "I do not know of anyone who is for controls simply for the sake of controls," said Breeding in remarks prepared for dedication of a cooperative feed milL Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Nov. 2 — Harold D. It Marie A., Persinger, 8'/v miles east of Osagc City. Nov. 9 — Night Consignment Horse Sale. Ottawa Livestock Commission. Nov. 1(1—Chet Louderback farm sale 4Vi.< miles east of Ottawa on Highway 68. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Horse Saie, Nfcsho LUesloc'i Commission Cn., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co. Printy and Sons Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Thuesdaj night 7 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Tbursd»j night. 1136 N Main. Nov. 1 — R. E. Trout 1 mile North Princeton and 3 miles east 1 p.m. Nov. 5 — Mel's Auto Auction Highway 71, Orandview, Mo., 1 p.m. Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods, 911 Willow St., Ottawa, 1 p.m. NOV. 13 — Harold Burroughs Property It furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Sells Jets NEW YORK (AP)-The Boeing Co. announced today the sale of two more 707 intercontinental jet airliners to Air-India International. It said the sales will bring to six the total Air-India Boeing fleet. 90 Shelled Corn 1.10 Ear Corn 1-05 Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, .20 Cocks 03 Hens 05 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 4,000; calves 150; steers steady; heifers steady to 25 lower; cows steady to strong; other classes unchanged; good to prime steers 23.00-25.50; good and choice heifers 22.25-24.00; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.50; good and low choice vealers 23.00 - 26.00: good and choice stockers and feeders 23.00-25.00. Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts 25-40 lower, some 50 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 190-263 Ib barrows and gilts 16.00-50; 1-3 270-400 Ib sows 14.25-15.50. Sheep 500; all classes steady; good to prime lambs 16.00-17.25; cull to good ewes 3.00-5.00; good to fancy feeders 10.50-12.00. Stanton News Fish Fry For Several By OLLIE BRASSFIELD A fish fry was enjoyed at the Vinton Foster home in Rantoul Sunday evening by Otis Foster, Rony Lee Small, Roy Foster, Willis Smith and Mr. and Mrs. William Nuss and Debbie, Ottawa. Mrs. Lillian Miller, Osawatomie, and Mrs Alice Haight spent Tuesday afternoon at the Raymond Bryan home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kelley, Olathe, Mrs. Roy Burbridge of Wellsville called last Sunday at the Dan Brassfield home. Roy Lee Wobker, 6-year-old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wobker, Fontana, was taken to K. U. Medical Center last Sunday and will undergo surgery Tuesday, At the George Brassfield home Saturday afternoon to help Mrs. Brassfield celebrate her 71st birthday were Mrs. Mary Haight, Mrs. Katie Lambdon, Ottawa, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips, Wellsville. They brought birthday cake and ice cream and gifts. Mrs. Jennie Ryckart called on Mrs. George Brassfield and Ollie Thursday afternoon. Friday, Mrs. Alma McKoon and Warren brought Mrs. Brassfield an angel- foot cake for her birthday. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brassfield, George Garrison and Bill, Paola: Otis Foster, Jim Chamberlin, Mr. and Mrs. William Nuss, Debbie and Tony Lee, Ottawa. Pleads Innocent * To Assault Richard William Cromwell, 19, RFD 2, Williamsburg, today pleaded innocent in Police Court to a charge of assaulting Frank Hanson Oct. 21. His bond was continued at $50 pending trial Nov. 14. Robert Dean, 1027 N. Hickory, pleaded innocent last week to a similar charge in the same incident and will be tried the same day. Also in Police Court today four persons charged with moving traffic violations forfeited a total of $105 in bonds. Three others pleaded guilty and were fined a total of $55. Fined after pleading guilty were Eddie Garcia, 40, 929 King, $25, and David W. Scott, 18, 603 S. Oak, $15 both for following too close behind other cars; and Warren L. Curtis, 17, 745 Tremont, $15 for driving a car with defective brakes. Forfeiting bonds were Jerry Patterson, 20, 620 N. Sycamore, $60 on charges of driving 30 miles an hour in a 20-mile zone and leaving the scene of an accident; Donald R. James, 17, RFD 3, and Oscar R. Strahan, 42, 119 E. 5th, $15 each on charges of driving 35 in a 20-mile zone and 45 in a 30-mile zone respectively, and Marion L. Zook, 21, 726 N. Main, $15 on a charge of driving a vehicle with illegal mufflers. Arraignment for Roy C. Travis, 79, 504 N. Mulberry, charged with failing to yield the right of way was continued until next week after the court was notified that he had been taken to Ransom Memorial Hospital. Officers said Travis was the Tens, Sunnyslde, Wash.; 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and one brother, Dr. W. 0. Nelson, Lawrence. Funeral services will be in Centropolis Christian Church Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. G. B. Nelson will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Mound Cemetery northeast of Ottawa. driver of a car which struck a parked station wagon then crossed the street and collided with a half-ton truck on Logan just west of Poplar. The Travis car, and the truck, driven by Willard M. Cromwell, 28, 740 Ash, were wrecked. The station wagon, belonging to Francis R. Shull, 48, 311 E. 9th, received major damages. Cromwell was taken to the hospital with cuts and bruises, police said. Travis, who apparently was not injured in the collision, was taken to the hospital for examination. Robert W. James, 19, 822 S. Poplar, arrested Oct. 7 on charges of driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and failure to heed a red light and siren, pleaded guilty to the two lesser charges Saturday and was fined $85, according to court records. The drunk driving charge was dismissed when his blood alcohol content did not measare 0.15 per cent, police said. He was scheduled for trial today. Wellsville News Eliminate City Jobs By BERNICE HOLDEN At a meeting of the city governing body, it was voted to eliminate the two positions of night marshal and day officer. Starting Nov. 1, August Hrabe will be hired to perform the du ties of police officer for the city on a full-time basis. Wellsville schools won't be in session Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2 and 3 due to the Kansas state teachers' meeting. At a meeting of Cub Seoul Pack 63 at the Wellsville Baptist Church Thursday evening, Cub- master Edward Barnett presented bobcat badges and membership cards to the following boys: John McAuley, James McAuley, Greg Davenport, Lonnie Winkleman, Mike WUlhite, Charles. Hagen, Kenneth Roberts, Dale Haney, Darrell Flynn, Dennis Sieg, Terry Good, Larry Good and Reed Adriance. The Halloween party sponsored by the Wellsville Chamber of Commerce for children and youth of the community was rained out about 8 o'clock Saturday night, but not until after some 44 pounds of wieners had been consumed by those attending. Punch, wieners and buns were provided by the C of C. All the child had to provide was his own stick for roasting wieners. Lloyd Hunsaker, Scott Moherman and Buck Harbison were the committee in charge of the event. A good sized crowd of children and parents were present. (First Published October 31, 1961) (Last Published November 14, 1961) State of Kansas, Franklin County, US n the Probate Court of said County and State. • n the Matter of the Estate of Sulcna May Dray, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: .. You are hereby notified that a pell- ion has been filed in said court by Margaret A. Burgeon, heir at law of Julcna May Gray, deceased, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate 1» Franklin County, Kansas, to-wit: South 10 feet of Lot & and all of Lot* 7 and 9, subject to an easement for maintenance of public utilities over the South 10 feet of Lot B and the North 5 feet of Lot 7, all In Block 43, City of Ottawa; and Lots 2, 4 and the North W of Lot 8, in block 3, Lathrop's Addition to the City of Ottawa; and all other property, real and personal, or interests therein, owned by the said Sulcna May Gray at the tlm* of her death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 24th day of November, 1961, at ten o'clock a.m., of said day, In said court, in the City of Ottawa, In Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In dut course upon said petition. Margaret A. Burgoon, Petitioner, Bowers & Bowers, Attorneys. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m Daily Except Saturday—10 a.m. Save 10%-Pay Cash 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 lOc 6 insertions per word 15c 26 insertions per word 80c 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 Card of Thanks We wish to thank all our neighbors, friends and relatives, for the beautiful floral offerings, cards, food and kind words received during the illness and death of our brother and uncle, Raymond C. Randel.—The Randel Familv. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Tuesday— 2 (x). During October—34. During 1961-432. Comparable 1960 period—415. Bureau Speaker WICHITA (AP) - Charles B. Schuman, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, will make one of the main speeches at the annual meeting of the Kansas Farm Bureau, which opens in Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43. Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ov»rUrook, Kansas. Every Wednesday. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale located one mile East of Main ou Wilson, every Saturday, 1 p.m. Funerals ALFRED W. KOHLER Funeral services for Alfred W. Kohler, who died Oct. 27, were at Towner's Chapel Oct. 30. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker officiated. Pallbearers were Bill Moore, Guy Kohler, Merrill Dodge, Phillip Kelley, John Kohler Jr., and George Likens Jr. Al Williams sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville, Mo. Deaths Marfc fS OF REMEMBRANCE 3UARDIAN MEMORIAL Markers are original in design, authentic in symbolism and meticulous in craftsmanship. Visit our display and select the GUARDIAN Marker that is most appropriate for your cemetery lot. Transportation furnished to our displays. Guaranteed Bond furnished with any Memorial. Memorials in all Price Ranges. "It costs so little to remember" Stewort Memorials "Standards of High Quality Since 1902" FRANK SNOOK, Mgr. 118 W. 15th Phone CH 2-3325 Across from the South Water Tower SLAVENS—Funeral Service for Mrs. Alber Lina Slavens will be conducted from the Centropolis Christian Church Sunday afternoon at 2: p.m. Interment in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. CAMP — Funeral Service for Anson Camp are incomplete Announcement later by Towner's. OtPlNUABLl AMBULANCE iEKVICE 52bNUKIHMAIN PHONl CH 2-1 JJI OIIAW.Y. KANSAS MRS. ALBER L SLAVENS Mrs. Alber Lina Slavens, 82, RFD 4, died at her home last night at 9:55. She had been in poor health for some time. She was born July 17, 1879, five miles west of Centropolis and lived all her life in or near Centropolis. She was the daughter of Frank B. and Lusena (Bradford) Nelson. On Sept. 6, 1897, at Burlington, she was married to R. 0. Slavens who died Dec. 12, 1941. One son, Frank T., died in infancy. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Irene Symons, of the home; Mrs. Vesta Bahnmaier, Lecompton, and Mrs. Maxine McCall, Ottawa; two son, Nelson Salvens, Naches, Wash., and John L. Sla- Prizes were awarded for Halloween costumes in three age groups, with each prize winner receiving a box of cherry chocolates. Winners were toddlers, including age 6 — first place, Billy Kyle, 2nd place, Martie Chanay; ages 7 through 12 — first place, Francie Groshong, second place, Billy Lytle; ages 13 through 17 — first place, Judy Crist, second place, Rosanna Wyatt. Merle Todd, who returned Friday from pheasant hunting at Lake Andes, S. D., reports this year's to be the best crop of pheasants there in several years. He has missed only one year in about 27 in going pheasant hunting there annually. Todd hunted with a group of men from Walnut Products Co. in Kansas City where he is employed and from Theising Veneer Co., Indianapolis, Inc. The Veneer Company buys logs from the Kansas City firm. The men were at Lake Andes 6 days for hunting. Todd believes all bagged their limit. Some local pheasant hunters, Randy Massengale, Harold Phillips and Evan Phillips, returned Thursday night from Arlington, S. D. having bagged their limit of birds. They report lots of birds this year, and found it only took them a short while to bag their limit daily. The Fred Savage family moved Friday to the rental property of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hutchinson, the home formerly that of the late C. E. Bryant. Lost and Found •—8 LT)STT3in5TOLEN - Large black male cat with white feet and white spot on breast. Strayed from 827 N. Sycamore. Reward. Call CH 2-2113 or CH 23518. Notices —9 Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Stated Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m. Visitors welcome, Nancy Lamb, W.M. Vola Phillips, Secy. Legals Legate * (Published October 31. 1961) FINANCIAL REPORT For the period from July 1, 1961 To September 30, 1961. PUND old Balance Receipts Disburscmts. Airport » 3,847.62 $ 150.00 Band 1.713.59 Bond ti Int 11,004.35 67,307.'07 Cemetery - Highland 3 ' 3 ? 5 -" 1.860.70 Cemetery—Hlghld. Per. Res. 202.16 Cemetery—Highland Walsh lot Per. Care 310.45 Cemetery—Hope Perp. Care 535.07 112,813.96 General Operation 36,288.13 7,736.63 Library Parking Meter 1.482.S3 7,193.80 Special Lighting (Whlteway) 1,124.91 2,967.54 Water It Light Dept S47.552.71 249.739.08 Paving Const. Fund —68,686.67 88,088.61 Lat. Sewer Const. Fund ... — 6.081.68 Male Help Wanted —19 WANTED—Distributor for Franklin County to call upon fleet accounts, garages and service stations. The distributor will be representing one of the large grease and oil companies of OK. For complete information write Ashton Distributors at 118 South 71 Highway, Kansas City 34, Mo. FACTORY WORKERS Minimum age 21, high school graduate, good physical condition, immediate openings in production line work for qualified men. Full program of employee benefits. Apply at Employment office located at 17th & Kansas Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas—Hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. or write or call Finley 2-3100. COLGATE- PALMOLIVE CO. Salesmen —20 Main Sewer Const. Fund Flood Control Project —27.S77.40 10,096.53 Sink. Fd. Elec. Lt. Works 11,695.03 Pkg. Meter Res. Fund Pkg. Meter Repr. & Depr Pkg. Mtr Sink. Fd. Rev. Bds Sewage Disp. Const. Fd.. Fire Equipment Fund ... Utility ti Com. Pro. Fd.... 2,450.00 900.00 4,000.02 8,365.70 1,020.61 2,452.77 18,131.22 450/00 150.00 2,000.01 2,186.61 1,970.16 1,231.41 1.713.59 33,269.85 2,152.22 15.00 86,269.23 7,736.62 8,279.47 3,336.00 180,556.58 8,516.84 2,284.23 3,119.72 2,581.40 1,376.80 8,038.35 225.09 286.62 New Bal. $ 2,766.21 35,041.57 3,104.45 202.16 295.45 535.07 62,832.86 3,397.26 756.45 316,735.21 10,885.00 — 8,365.91 —30,697.12 7,515.13 29,826.25 2,900.00 1,050.00 4,623.23 1,327.35 2,982.13 4,136.31 Totals $245,379.21 $554,458.87 Balance in Banks $245,379.21 TRUST AND RESERVE FUNDS: Cemetery—Hghld. Per. Res. $ 18,000.00 Cemetery—Highland Walsh per. care 2,000.00 Cemetery—Hope Perp. Care 8.200.00 Water It Light Res 250,000.00 Parking Meter Res 8,500.00 TOTAL—Trust It Res. Fds. $288,700.00 LIABILITIES BONDS PAYABLE Flood Control $665,000.00 Revenue Bonds—Parking Meter.. 56,000.00 Sewage Plant Station 33,000.00 Improvement (Paving It Sewer) .. 481,088.51 Armory 12,000.00 Harrison-Lincoln Sewage District Street Si Sewer Improvement! — 1,147.00 BONDS PAY ABLE 1 BY EARNINGS OF: Water & Light Utility 445,000.00 $348,989.02 $450,949.08 »45'0,849.06 $ 18,000.00 2,000.00 8,200.00 250,OOO.flJ 8,500.00 $286,700.'JO TOTAL $1,697,235.51 I, Maude F. Klnnison, Treasurer of the City of Ottawa, Kansas do hereby certify that the foregoing statement Is correct. Signed: Maude F. Klnnison Subscribed and sworn to betore m» this 1st day of October, 1961. Donald B. Capper, City Clerk HOSPITALIZATION SALESMEN 25 per cent renewal paid monthly. Top first commission. Field training and close supervision. Full fringe benefits. Most competitive plans available to sell. Work 100 mile radius. Write Earl Smith, 320 W. 33rd, Topeka, Kansas. Men and Women Wanted —23 COOK — New fraternity house, Baldwin, Kas., Telephone 5946696 or write Box 504. n pe .. son. North American Coffei Shop. ME WANTED To train as Motel Managers. Because of the tremendous upsurge in the building of Motels, our National Organization is making available a Motel Management Trainee Program for individuals in this area. Free placement. Full or part time training. Qualification age 30 to 65. Eighth grade education or equivalent. Write Box C-56 c-o Ottawa Herald. Giving name, address, age, phone, and occupation. Female HglpJtVanted-—24 2 WAITRESSES needed: 5-oTp. m. to 1:00 a.m. shift, 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. shift. L Si L Cafe. CH 2-9788.
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