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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, November 11, 1961 News Briefs A 1959 car driven by Mary A. Mealman, 42, 1012 Cyp-ss, received minor damages in a collision with a truck, parked in the alley between main and Walnut in the 300 block about 4 p.m. yesterday, according to police records. Driver of the truck, which was not damaged, was Richard Gail Blanton, 32, 408 E. 5th. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. Choice Sunday dinner menu, North American Coffee Shop. Adv. Firemen were called to extinguish a grass fire in a vacant lot on Brookside Drive about 1:30 p.m. yesterday, according to fire department records. No damage was reported. Your Prescription Drug Store. Snyder Pharmacy, 318 S. Main. Adv. Richard C. Byrd. Ottawa, Chairman of the Kansas Corporation Commission, will leave Sunday for San Francisco, Calif., to testify before the Interstate Commerce Commission in behalf of Santa Fe Railroad in its struggle to acquire control of the Western Pacific Railroad. Budget Cold Wave Complete $5 Ellas CH 2-4198. Adv The film "Operation Abolition" will be shown at the Sacred Heart P.T.O. meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the school basement. The parish is invited to attend. Bruce E. Brcdeson, administrator of Ransom Memorial Hospital, was elected treasurer of the Kansas Hospital Association at the annual business meeting of the 47th annual convention of the Association in Hutchinson Thursday and Friday. There were 150 present for the Veterans' Day supper and program last evening in Memorial Auditorium by American Legion Post and Auxiliary and the V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary. Merlin Casteel, Legion Post commander, introduced the speaker, Warren McCamish, of Kansas City, Kas., department junior commander for the American Legion. Joel Towner showed films of the national convention in Denver and movies of 3 Bank Robbers In Clean Getaway SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Police concede that three gunmen who robbed the world's largest privately owned bank of $62,693 Friday made a clean getaway. Efforts to identify the bandits, who also kidnaped two Bank of America officials and their families, were fruitless. Police studied rogues' gallery photographs and sketches by the victims to no avail. The three, one disguised as a red-haired woman, cleaned out the Union and Webster branch of the Bank of America. At 7 p.m. Thursday the trio began the robbery by going to th« Larkspark home of the branch manager, Joseph Finocchio, 55, 15 miles north of San Francisco's Golden Gate. "Move in," the "woman" snapped when Finocchio opened the door. One gunman stayed with Finocchio's wife and daughter. The other two forced Finocchio to drive them in his car to Millbrae, 15 miles south of San Francisco, to the home of Henry Lupori, 53, assistant manager of the branch. "They made me go to the door and tell Mr. Lupori I had to dis cuss some bank matters with him," Finocchio said later. "When he let me in, they came in too." One gunman then forced Lupori and his son into the Lupori car The other .gunman took Lupori's wife and other son in Finocchio's car. When all were back at the Finocchio home, the gunmen made coffee and served it to everybody, j jjo iRec After dawn the gunmen began ' ' tying all their victims except Cities 3.2M.3I B13.M4.30 Funds Cash Balance: Cash on Hand .. •• •• Deposits: First National Bank .. Peoples National Bank Kansas State Bank .. Wellsvllle Bank 87,008,11 Cllz. -St. Bnk. Pomona Peoples St. Bnk-Rlch, . .1 37.6W.30 . .»1R7,«OI.33 .. 1S0.47I.S1 ...103.434.M 82,630.01 69,869.89 END OF A MONKEY — The Atlas missile carrying a monkey in nose cine veered off course after launch Friday and showered burning wreckage back on Cape Canaveral, Fla. Top loll: Atlas at liftoff; top right: veering off course; lower left: exploding in ball of fire as pieces fly away with nose cone at bottom; lower right: flaming pieces fall back to earth. the department Wichita. convention in See A Move To Expand Unemployment Insurance WASHINGTON (AP) - Presi-! that (he public have complete dent Kennedy's orders for a study of the unemployment count were seen today on Capitol Hill as the first step in a drive to revise and expand the unemployment insur• ance system. Congress this year swiftly com plied with Kennedy's first legislative proposal — an emergency extension of unemployment insur- Harry N. Ball, 127 S. Locust, is a patient in the V.A. Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., at 4801 Linwood Blvd. He is in room C-708 West. Funerals MRS. JOSEPHINE ASHTON Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Ashton, who died Nov. 7, were held from Towner's Chapel Nov. 10. Rev. Ned M. Roberts officiated. Pallbearers were Tec Fogle, Karl Fogle, Jack Reeves Richard Fogle, Wayne Griffin anc Donald Reeves, Al Williams sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J M. Kilgore. Burial was in High land Cemetery. ance benefits for workers who ad exhausted theirs. 'But an administration bill mak- ng permanent changes in the insurance system, broadening coverage, increasing benefits and raising taxes, has been in the rlouse Ways and Means Committee without action since June. Kennedy appointed Friday a committee headed by Robert Aaron Gordon, University of California economist, to study the methods by which the govern ment arrives at its estimates of unemployment. The committee is to make recommendations for any needed improvements. Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg, who suggested the study, remarked it was "essential confidence in the statistics." Early this year some questions were raised about the validity of the unemployment figures cited by government spoksemen, especially to what extent these represented family breadwinners out of work. The Ways and Means Committee, for example, heard testimony hat samplings in Ohio cities showed among the long-term unemployed "a high content of single persons, of women working until marriage, until pregnancy, or until they obtain some special earning goals, such as money for Christmas purchasing." The study Kennedy ordered presumably would be aimed either at proving the validity of the unemployment totals now being compile-d or providing more defensible figures, if necessary. Either result would strengthen the case of administraton spokesmen try ing to persuade Congress to vote permanently higher payroll taxes for a more liberal unemployment insurance program. Girl Gang Members Get Assignments PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Five een-age girl gang members ac- used of attacking another girl 'ith a knife turned in themes on What a Young Lady Should Be" 3 a woman judge and were immediately given another assignment Thursday. The girls are Negroes. Judge Juanita Kidd Stout, who ast month had ordered the girls o write the themes as part of heir sentence, handed them manila envelopes containing career cits and orders on what to do with the material. The judge made no comment on he themes handed in. All five girls were told to prepare career scrapbooks and not ,o associate with each other until after Nov. 30 when they have been ordered to appear before Juvenile "ourt. "Ducktail" Boy Back To School PERRY, Ga. (AP) — School officials and the parents of a senior boy suspended for wearing an unconventional haircut have reached a compromise: He'll keep his hair long but comb it differently. He will be permitted to return to school Monday. The teen-ager, Stanley Sorrells, was suspended Tuesday from Perry High School because he wore his hair in a ducktail style, combing the sides back to a point, and the rest of it up. Principal Eric Staples contended the hair style was associated with juvenile delinquency and the Houston County School Board agreed. But the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Sorrells, rebelled. They said they didn't particularily like the ducktail, "but it's his head, his hair, it's sort of a teen-age fad. and we think he's within his rights to wear it that way." Sorrells said he and his son! WASHINGTON (AP) -Recruits would still go to Superior Court from the lst Aj-my arca will be next Wednesday for a hearing on Sorrells' suit challenging the school's right to prohibit unconventional haircuts. »«8«,447.»1 The above statement shows the balance of the various funds and accounts at the close of business October 31, 1961. A copy of this statement has been filed with the County Commissioners, along with the quarterly statement showing the balance of all School Districts, Townships, Cities and State and County Funds. See copy' attached of quarterly statement showing the balance of all the various funds as shown In the ledger at the close of business October 31, 1961. Almeda Sinclair, County Treasurer County Treasirer's Quarterly Statement October 31, 1061 Balance as shown In ledger October 31, 1061. I 12,831.05 Int.) 1.824.54 4,789.33 172.13 24.00 44.25 17.27 2.67 73.15 13.78 554.41 1,816.28 137.00 17.03 103.49 466.23 15,332.88 Legate (First Published November n, (Last Published November >t, In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate nf Charlie W. Simmons, deceased. NOTICE OF HEABINO The State of Kansas to all Persons concerned: M You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In the above Court by Everette B. Simmons, named a« Executor In the Will of Charlie W. Simmons, said Will bearing date of July 20, IMl, and filed with said petition, praying for the admission of laid Will to Probate and for the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to Everette B. Simmons as Executor thereof; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before Uia 5th day of December, 1961. at 10:00 a. m. of said day, In said Court, In th» City of Ottawa, Franklin. County, Kanas, at which time and place aalfl cause will be heard. Should you: fall herein Judgment and decree will o» entered in due course upon the saia petition. 8.D. No. 1—Jt. 1—Jt (Bond ft 6 6— Jt ... .. 6—Jt iTrans.) 10 13—Jt 13—Jt (Trans.) 14 16—Jt 17 18 20 20 iTrans.) .. 3fi— Jt 28 30 30 (Bond k Int.) 10.653.64 374.55 522.13 30 (Building) .. 30 (Paving) 30—Jt 30—Jt (Bond fc Int.) 33 34 74B.45 1,322.80 181.76 18.58 1,479.94 1,146.12 38 (Bond * Int.) 39 22.24 464.22 838.48 1,5»5 44 Lupori with drapery cords. Two gunmen forced him into j Finocchio's car and they drove to j •}» the bank, arriving at 7 a.m. | I in Lupori was forced to open the j JJ}~ Jl ." .. !•?»•?? bank and the vault. Two tellers, j Susan Romweber and Carol Hick- i cnbotam, were forced to help scoop up the cash. j Twice during the robbery one , nf the men called back to the Finocchio home to find out if all was well. Before fleeing the bank the gunmen tied the tellers and Lupori with adhesive tape. Stop Recruit Transport By Air 48 ................. 1,395.39 51-Jt ............... 2,831.87 Sl_Jt (Bond fc Int.) ...... 1.002.60 55 ............... 1,497.73 56 .................... 1.678.20 58 ...................... 316.81 53 ................. 5,153.03 63 (Trans. I ............. J.137.6J 65 61 .................... 84.30 89 ................... «•*• 69 (Bond & Int.) ......... 2,115.18 69 (Building) ............ 1.243.45 •70-Jt 77-Jt ................. 7,593.14 85 ................... 10.12 86-Jt ............. «. 87-Jt .................. «•*• 93 ............ 23.58 92-Jt '.' .................... 206.3.' 92— J( (Balding] ........ IB-' 1 92— Jt. (Bond It Int.) ..... -52 96-Jt .................. 1-56 100 .................... 1,690.73 102 11.50 Everett* B. Simmons Petitioner John B. Plerson Attorney for Petitioner WanFAds 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 pm. following day. WANT AD PER WORD RATES ........ We ........ 15c 1 insertion per word 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 26 insertions per word ... ..... Me Minimum charge ............ 7"e Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c mm 1 inch Lodge Notices set with embicm ........ $1.00 emblem H-50 2 insertions no change . . $1.50 Classified Display (Local) ISe per line. Out of trade territory, 5c per word per insertion, no discount. Classified Display (National) 20c per lint Special Discount Contract Rates Available On The Business Side Cooperate In Promotion Of Anti-Communism Meet By DON SHIPMAN Ottawa merchants are cooperating with the Ottawa Elks in the Anti-Communist meeting which will be held in Memorial Auditorium Monday Nov. 20, by calling the meeting to the attention of the public in their advertisements. Each merchant is setting aside a portion of his regular newspaper advertising space to include an announcement of t h e| meeting a n df urges everyone to attend. Shipmai country. New England is the highest with $1,060 followed by Pacific $971, Mid-Atlantic $965, Metropolitan Chicago, $953, Southwest $940, East Central $929, Metropolitan New York $909, Southeast $899, and West Central Harald Haradson, Ford Tractor & Implement dealer, is well on his way to earning an 8-day, all-expense paid trip to Spain courtesy of the Ford Motor Company. In the contest, "Corner Your Market," designed to urge each Ford tractor dealer to sell more new tractors in his area, Haraldson now ranks in second place in the Kansas - Missouri contest area. However, the contest runs through Nov. 30, so he must real- Santa Claus will make his ?: v d °. some hard sell . in « to hold first appearance in Ottawa Tuesday night during a big Open House Party at the Gamble store. Dick Walker, manager, has invited Santa to be on hand to greet the kiddies and help him open the store's toy department. There will be plenty of free candy and a Christmas corsage for mother. The average . U. S. family spends $938 per year in grocery stores, says the Nielsen Food Index. The study also indicates that low income families spend nearly as much as high income families. Nor is there wide variations in the spending by sections of the his trip winning position. The Price Motor Co. will hold an Open House showing of the Ford Motor Company's newest model, the Fairlane 500, Thursday and Friday of next week, using the slogan, "Some cars have new names — this name has a new car." The new Fairlane is the Ford Motor .Company's venture i.ito the in-between car field with the model coming in between the Galaxie and the compact Falcon, yet it will be a full-sized car. The Dun & Bradstrect Daily Wholesale Commodity Price In- dex of 30 basic commodities (1930-1932 equals 100) was 272.8 on Wednesday, Nov. 8, agains 273.10 a week ago. The Weekly Wholesale Food Price Index, rep resenting the total of the price per pound of 31 foods in genera use, remained the same as las week at $5.90. This is 2.2 per cen below the corresponding level o last year. Lyle drier, Ottawa Coop man ager, attended a combinatio course for cooperative managers held at the new school of coopera tion in Kansas City last week The school sponsored by the Con sumers Cooperative Association was attended by managers from several states. The course was versified and covered problems details and operational procedure relative to successful cooperativ management. Dwayne Cecil and Loren Lat mer, Bob's Clothes Shop, attent ed the showing of men's Sprin wearing apparel in Kansas Cil this week. George Zielsdorf is now affil ated with John Roller in the Soul Main Skelley Service Station Pickup and delivery and a moto tuneup service has been inaugui ated. Hughes Audi Parts has jus been given the area franchise a a wholesale distributor for Aut Lite auto accessories. Hospital Notes Admissions Clifford Cook, Pomona: Mrs. sent to training camps by train and bus until an investigation is completed into the plane crash at Richmond, Va., which killed 74 recruits. The Department of the Army said today the decision was made by headquarters of the 1st Army area at Governor's Island, N.Y. Carried Holden, Quenemo; Friday. I The 1st Army arca includes the Rollie Hashman, 912 S. Locust; New England states, New Jersey Mrs. Gale Smithey, RFD 3; Kerry and New York. Klein, 1411 Willow; Saturday. 103-Jt 1.200.8: 112—Jt 112—Jt ITrans.) 2.28 200—Jt 115.36 RURAL HIGH SCHOOLS 2 . . I 306.18 2 (Bond fc Int.) 717.72 2 iTrans. i »«- M 3_.It 3,116.18 3—Jt (Trans.) 378.45 4_jl (.882.35 4—Jt (Bond Si Int.) 838.04 4—Jt (Trans.) 1,330.94 5 78.7H 5 (Bond k Int.) 571.13 S--JI 3.76 5—Jt (Trann.) 293 5_Jt 2.693.82 fi-Jt (Bond k Int.i 2.255.01 6—Jt (Trans.) 2.097.0* .. 133.31 .. 23.03 8.30 18,567.26 1,071.44 1.42 533.38 790.97 19.69 Notices Int.) 7—Jt 7—Jt (Bond It 7—Jt (Trans.) .. .. 8 (Bond & Int.) . 8 (Building) ... 9—Jt 9—Jt (Bond h Int.I 9—Jt (Trans.) .. . TOTAL S132.681.J7 Local Markets Soybeans $2.23 Wheat 1.83 Milo 1.65 Rye Shelled Corn 1.12 Ear Corn 1-0? Oats 75 Barley 95 Butterfat 48, 43 Eggs, straight run 20 Eggs, graded 32, .24, Cocks Hens Floridan Visits OU Dr. Lew's B. Mayhew, director f institutional research, Univer- ity of South Florida, Tampa, is /isiting Ottawa University today. He is participating in the Dan- orth Foundation—financed survey I the social science division. Two years ago the foundation made a «rant of $7,500 to enable he university to analyze needs in he division. President Andrew B. Martin and Dean W. D. Bern- mels are directing the study along with faculty members in the departments concerned. County Treasurer'* Quarterly Statement . , , , October 31, 1961 The Army here was unable to i TO WNSHIPS other I Appanoose General .20 "5 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: compared with last week's close: slaughter steers to 25 lower; heifers steady; slaughter cal ves steady to easy; vea'.ers steady; good to prime steers 23.00-25.50: good to prime heifers 22.25-24.50; good to cholc slaughter calves 20.00-23.00; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-26.00; good to choice and fancy stockers and feeders 32.0027.00; good to choice and fancv stock steer and heifer calves 23.0,)32.00. Hogs: barrows and gilts to 2550 lower; sows to 25 higher; 1-3 190-260 Ib barrows and gilts 15.7516.35; 270-300 )b 15.00-50; 1-3 sows 370-400 <b 14.25-15.50; 400-600 Ib 13.5',M4.50. Sheep: slaughter lambs 50-1.00 lower; ewes steady; feeder lambs scarce, steady; good to prime lambs 15.00 - 18.00; cull to good ewes 2.00-5.25; good to choice, and fancy feeder lambs 10.00-12.50. Claims High LOS ANGELES (AP) - Insur ance claims from the devastating Bel-Air and Topanga Canyon fire? range from $185 to $700,00( averaging about $50,000. "They're running very high,' one official said Friday. Adjusters from many parts o the West have poured into the stricken area to sift the ruins o Southern California's worst fire and to help homeowners collect an estimated $24 million for insured losses. Some 450 homes were destroyed, all but nine in the Bel-Air section. say immediately whether areas have taken similar action. Regulations provide that the Army may use rail, bus or aircraft transportation. Arca commanders make the decision on which type of transportation is U.S. Boxers Beat Ireland DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) - The United States' amateur boxing reputation, battered and torn in Lat - Sew - Const ' Fun(l used. The recruits killed in the Wednesday night crash were part of two groups from both the 1st and 2nd Army areas, headed for Ft. Jackson, S.C. The Army had _ bought individual seat space for j Road them aboard a nonscheduled airplane operated by Imperial Airlines. Road Centropolls General .. .. Road Caller General .. .. Road Cemetery .. . Franklin General •• •• Road .. •• Greenwood General .. Road Noxious Weed Hayes General .. .. Homewood 328.90 2.77 496.12 4.40 521.01 7.73 14.39 667.30 .21 300.63 1.02 16.72 General Special Road Weed 11.77 581.05 137.88 9.46 ARE'YOU a person with constantly changing interests? Then you will want to utilize the Classified Ads in The PEOPLES MARKET. Sell the things you used to enjoy but don't need now. Articles being sold with Classified Ads include bikes, record players, typewriters, camera, sewing machines, sports equipment and countless other items. Other people are watching the Classified Section for these sam« things—that's why the ads work so fast. Dial CH 2-4700 now for a courteous, helpful Ad-Writer. She'll help you put a low cost, result-getting ad to work. SALE DATES Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5598 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Pale located one mil* East of Main on WiUon, every Saturday. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Ethfl Brewer Store Building, Fixtures It Stock of Groceries Friday, 17th at one o'clock Formerly Boltons Orocery located at 430 I. Poplar. Nov. 30 — Union Chapel Church donation sale Monday afternoon at .one o'clock, located 2 miles east of Rock Creek School on the Rantoul Road. Legate MONTHLY REPORT City Clerk of Ottawa. Kansas At Close of Business October 31. 1961. FUND ~ " Airport .. .. Band Bond & Interest Cemetery—Highland .. Cem—Hghd. Per. Res Cem.—Highd.. Walsh lot Perpetual Care Cem.—Hope Per. Care .. General Operation Library Spec. Lght f (Whtwy.) ihe last 10 days, was partly restored today. Friday night the American team —that is, the eight men who were still fit to fight after the savage 10-0 mauling by Great Britain last week—wound up its European tour by defeating the Republic of Ireland 6-2. The Americans were shut out by Great Britain only three days after arriving here. Two of the team—heavyweight Cornelius Perry and featherweight Ralph Ungricht — were injured in that match and have not boxed since. Last Monday the Americans drew 4-4 with England at Leeds, fighting back after trailing, 1-4. The Americans Friday night showed the same fighting spirit. They trailed 1-2 early in the evening, then won every fight afterwards. NU Freshmen Beat K-State MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)-Kcnt McCloughan dashed 35 yards for a touchdown late in tjie fourth quarter to give the Nebraska freshmen an 18-13 victory over the Kansas State frosh Friday. Doug Tucker threw passes of 21 and 9 yards for Nebraska's other touchdown. Doug Dusenbury scored both K- State touchdowns on runs of four and three yards, and kicked one extra point BALANCE $ 2,730.52 139.21 34,666.81 4.008.31 202.16 295.45 535.07 , 55.753.77 610.59 1.017.50 . 321.562.77 . ' 7.346.13 3,153.06 — 8.365.91 . —30,607.12 in,885.00 1.945.26 . 10.308.57 1,327.35 4,752.98 . 35,869.99 .$ 458.106.47 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Cem.—Highd. Per. Res. $ 18,000.00 Cem. — Highd., Walsh Lot Perpetual Care ... 2,000.00 Cem.—Hope, Per. Care ... 8,200.00 Water it Lgt. Res 250,'OOU.Ofl Water & Lgt. Dept. Flood Control Fire Equip. Fund Main Sew. Cnn. Fund Paving Con. Fund Parking Meter Op. Parking Meter-Repair and Depr. Sink. Fund k res Fund Sew. Disp. Wrks. Con Utility & Com. Pro Sink Fund, Elec. Rev. ... TOTAL FUND BAL. 1,075.08 Road 4.518.81 Ohio General Road Special Road Ottawa General Road -• Pomona General Noxious Weed Road Pottawatomte General Richmond General .. Road Special Road Williamsburg General Road Special Road .. Noxious Weed .. .. ... Ernest Arnold Overbrook, Kansas Phone MO 5-3236 Nov. 11—Franklin County Sale Co., .64 j Wilson and Loucst, Ottawa, Kansas 309.52 Nov. 13—Special Stocker and Feeder 3.79 i Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Wilson and Locujt, Ottawa, Kansas 3.20 Nov. 14 — Osage City Livestock Bale, 475.24 Osage City. Kansas. Nov. 16 — Herb Barnhart, Dairy Sale. 4 miles south, 2 west and 1 south of Overbrook at 1:00 p.m. 1.12 6.95 218.57 100.84 .12 289.34 14.7 J 1.07 408.32 7.64 1.18 TOTAL $ 10,440.35 CITIES Lane City General I 166.94 Water Bonds 408.13 Pomona City General 361.09 Princeton City General 440.76 Richmond City General 198.36 Library 8.2(1 Band 2.82 Bond Si Interest 119.79 Wellsville City Parking Meter Reserve Total Reserve Fund .. TOTAL ALL FUNDS 8,500.00 ^ I $ 286,700.00 $ 744,805.47 I hereby certify the above statement Is correct. Donald R. Capper, City Clerk COUNTY TREASURER'S STATEMENT October 31, 19B1 County Treasurer's Balance as of September 3'0th $723,070.09 Receipts for October 1st to 31st 173,741.70 Disbursements for October General Library .. White Way Bond 1 *t Intere.it Williamsburg City General Bond fc Interest 695.39 18.£9 16.81 621.24 138.34 95.57 1st to 31st tnber 31st. Ledger Balance: Schools Townships $238.363.88 i TOTAL 3,292.39 Balance as shown In the ledger as of October 31, 1961. STATE AND COUNTY FUNDS: State General .... $ 3,227.95 Educational Building .. . 1,640.77 Eleemosynary 1,377.97 County General 60,191.76 Franklin County Home for the Aged .. 18,606.79 County Road & Bridge .. 44,020.31 (Secondary Sys.) 68,937.73 Hayes Twnshp. Rd 5,983.11 Pwtomle Twns. Rd 3,160.28 Pottawatomle Township Special Road 2,180.17 Social Welfare 82,067.12 Agricultural Exten 5,507.78 Noxious Weed 3,742.80 Nox. Wd. Sales Tax .. .. 1.86 High School Tuition .. .. 7,034.41 Co. Elem. School 920.21 Hospital Malnt 2,220.24 Phone CH 2-4700 Fair Building Social Security Health .. Mental Health Special Bridge Payroll Antioch Cemetery 347.82 3.136.96 14,840.45 297.33 36,061.53 17.87 92.92 Greenwood Cemetery 54.51 Lane-Baker Cem 4.49 Mt. Hope Cemetery 241.08 Mt. Olivet Cemetery .. . 82.53 Princeton Cemetery ., ., 465.11 Rlch.-Berea Cem 333.96 UCA Cemetery 249.18 Special Auto 2,662.28 8t & Co. School Fund .... 12,377.91 Unclaimed Legacies .. .. 99.04 Teachers Institute 204.48 Inheritance Tai £2,886.06 Sales Tax Residue 74,034.56 Co. Redemption 1,801.49 Advance Tax 4,022.29 Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-918 Howard—W. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Sale Company Etery Saturday. Locus' It Wilson. Ottawa, Kas Nov. 13 — Special Stocker ti Feeder Sale, Franklin Co. Sale Co., Locust ft Wilson, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 15 — F. O. Spencer It Son Mere- ford cattle & farm machinery, 7 miles South 2'/4 East of Wllllamsburg. Nov. 16 — Herbert Barnhart. Dairy Sale, 3 miles Northeast Michigan Valley. 1 p.m. Nov. 17 — Lyle M. Cox Farm Bali, 2'/2 miles North Williamsburg. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon. Kansas Nov. 11 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson k Locu.st St.. Ottawa, Kas. Nov. 13 — Stocker it Feeder sale Fr. Co. Sales Co., Ottawa, Kansas Nov. 14 — Flint Hills Livestock Auction Horse consignment sale. Florence, Kansas. Nov. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cum- mlngs farm sale, 2 miles south at Ottawa, Kas., airport. Nov. 15 — Mary A. Barlow. Estate. Household goods, 935 King Street, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 18 Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson * Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 21 — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Nersho LUe>io:<' Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Nov. 35 — Fr. Co. Sales Co., Wilson ft Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kansas. Nov. 30 — Night Consignment Hors* Sale, Ottawa Livestock Commlsiloa Co. Dec. 12 — Flint Hills Auction, Hor»» consignment sale, Florence, Kansas. Dec. 14 — Night consignment horn sale, Ottawa Livestock Commission Co., Ottawa Kansas. Dec. 19 — Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Night consignment Horsi sale, Neosho. Missouri. Printy and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201. TOTAL 1611,034.10 Nov. 11, Norma Loux, household goods. 911 Willow St., Ottawa, l p.m NOV. 13 -- Harold Burroughs Propert? & furniture, Homewood, Kas. 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 4-f -43, Pomona, KM. Overbrook Livestock aale, Orcrhroek. Kansas. Srtrjr Wednesday. *•

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