The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 10, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Jan. 10, 1963 News Briefs Sees Income Guarantee In 2-Price Wheat Plan Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Thorn- orugh visited in Neosho Falls during the weekend and on Monday Mrs. Thornbrugh went to Lamar, Mo., to bring back Mrs. Ethel Thornbrugh. She will go to Taft, Calif., to spend the remainder of the winter with her son and wife. On Tuesday the group attended the funeral of Mark Thornbrugh in Topeka. Mrs. Pat Wigglesworth received a telephone call from her mother, Mrs. Rue! W. Mitchell, telling that Mr. Mitchell was scheduled for major surgery today at 10 a.m. at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. He is in room 208-B, Methodist Hospital, Rochester. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-443L Adv. The Hubbard Lumber Co. has filed suit for a foreclosure of a mechanics lien in District Court against Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Garrison and Ottawa Savings and Loan. Ottawa Savings and Loan is listed as a defendant only because it holds the mortgage. The base rate area of the Ottawa exchange of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., has been extended southward, it was announced today by the Kansas Corporation Commission. The extension includes an area south of 18th between Ash and Oak to include new homes in that area. It goes as far south as the point where the divided part of US59 ends. The extension reduces rates of subscribers in that area by fl per month. The change becomes effective Feb. 5. Bernhardt's — Ballet—Tap- Acrobatic — Ballroom — Adult Teenage. Enroll now.—CH 2-3696. Adv. Howard Doman, of Willis Nursery, Ottawa, was elected secretary - treasurer of the Western Association of Nurserymen at its annual meeting in Kansas City yesterday. Heading the organization for the coming year as president is Harold Nickel, Muskogee, Okla. Franklin County Farm Bureau office moved yesterday to the new location in the Lister building, fronting East 2nd. The office was formerly at 320% S. Main. Franklin County Squareteens will meet Saturday night in the Memorial auditorium basement. A Red Cross class for expectant parents will be held in Ransom Memorial Hospital staff room Friday from .1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Aria Ldcktieg, from the county health office, will teach the class which is free of charge for all expectant parents who care to attend. Worthwhile HDU will meet Monday at 11 a.m. with Mrs. Harry Loyd for a vegetable soup dinner at noon. Members are to bring a salad or dessert, and personal table service. OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman today outlined details of the Kennedy administration's controversial two-price plan for wheat for 1964. He said it would insure growers against income and market chaos. The plan, authorized by Congress last year, must be approved by at least two-thirds of the growers voting in a national referendum, to be held in May or June. The plan is opposed by the American Farm Bureau Federation and supported by the National Farmers Union, the National Grange and the National Farmers Organization. In a talk prepared for a meeting of plan supporters, Freeman said it would assure wheat producers an income in 1964 at the 1961-62 average level of $2.3 billion. He said the national acreage allotment will be 49 million to 50 million acres, compared with 55 million for the 1963 crop. Indivi- rual farm allotments would be reduced 10 per cent from 1963. The secretary said about 925 million bushels of the 1964 crop would be supported at a national average of $2 a bushel—the same as for the 1962 and 1963 crops. This quantity, designed to meet domestic needs and the bulk of exports, would be apportioned among individual farms. Wheat grown on allotted acres in excess of a farm's share of the domestic food and export market would be supported, Freeman said, at about $1.30 a bushel. This rate would be designed to encourage use of extra wheat as feed and other nonfood uses. Assuming total wheat production were 1,070,000,000 bushels, roughly 86 per cent of a farm's total production would be subject to the $2 support and the balance to the $1.30 rate. The crop was 1,091,787,000 last year. The plan provides for government payments in addition to the supports. On the 10 per cent reduction in alloted acreage from the 1963 levels, farms would get payments at 30 per cent of the $2 support level times the normal yield of the farm. The plan also would permit a farm to reduce its plantings up to 20 per cent below its new and lower basic 1964 allotment. Payments would be 50 per cent of the $2 support level times the normal yield on the additional acres idled. Freeman said defeat of the new plan would result in $1 a bushel wheat prices and an income from wheat fully $700 million less than he estimated for the administration plan. However, opponents of the latter plan have said they will ask Congress to pass a new program eliminating controls and providing for basic supports at around $1.45 a bushel and for voluntary retirement of crop land under a payment incentive. Savs Non-Farm Income •i Protection Hurts Farmer TOPEKA, Kan. (AP)-Much of this nation's farm problem has resulted from government efforts to protect incomes of non-agricultural groups, Herschel D. Newsom, master of the National Grange, said Wednesday night. Neither elimination of "unsound farm programs nor simply reducing the number of American farmers will solve the basic problem," Newsom told the 92nd Kansas Agricultural Convention. "Somehow, we simply must find a way to get our fellow Americans to understand that wages and prices established under this protective system. . . automatically become farmer's production costs as well as living costs," he said, adding: "Herein lies the primary source of our farm income problem, be it wheat farmers, dairy farmers or feed • grain and livestock producers." Study Equipment For City Truck Don Hamilton, superintendent of the water and light department entered six price quotations for a utility line body for a new truck at the city commission meeting last night. Hamilton recommended that a line body with a rotating derrick be purchased. Such equipment is used in the installation of power lines. The rotating derrick could be used at any direction off the truck, he said, which cannot be done with the present truck derricks that are operated off the rear. The cost of such a line body and derrick would be $15,134. A truck will be purchased to mount the new equipment on, after the city decides what utility line body will be bought. Jim Grogan, utility commissioner said the city prefers to take quotations rather than sealed bids, in order to obtain prices on comparable equipment. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mock, 1113 N. Oak, asked the commission about the possibility of rocking all of Dundee Street. Mock Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Keith Wait, RFD 1; Marie Freed, 316% Walnut, Wednesday. Trexel Warren, RFD 2; Everett E. Hill, 825 S. Main; Ray Mat Arthur, Richmond, Thursday. Dismissals Pamela Smith, RFD 1, Williamsburg, Wednesday. Mrs. Donald Meeker and baby son, 1425 Elm; Calvin Bostic, Williamsburg; Michael Conner, 512 Maple; Clifford Cain, Lawrence; Mrs. Raymond Comstock and baby son, Lyndon; John Baxter, Lane, Thursday. Three Forfeit Bonds said he favored the proposal, but $ 6 bond. Three men forfeited bond on charges of non-payment of park ing tickets when they failed to appear in police court today They are Dick Collins, 1037 N Mulberry, $6 bond; Rex Meyers 831 Estabrook, $12 bond, anc William J. Lay, 906 Sycamore Deaths (Jetting Colder TOPEKA (AP)— Temperatures began a determined dive across Kansas early today that will plunge the state into an intense lasting until next cold wave week. The U. S. Weather Bureau said a front pushing into the state from the north carried snow and freezing drizzle, fanned by winds of 20 to 30 miles an hour. Temperatures will continued to fall during the day and will plummet to less than 10 above across the state by Friday. Extremes are expected to be zero to 5 below in the northwest. Ten degree readings are expected in the southeast with the rest of the state in the teens. Several inches of snow with bad blowing and drifting was expected in western Kansas, with freezing drizzle already extending along a diagonal from Wichita to Topeka. Local Markets Soybeans $2.28 Wheat 2.03 Milo 1.58 Ear Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley 1.07 Oats 78 Rye 1.N Butterfat 47, .42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c CLINTON H. PETERSON Clinton H. Peterson, 70, 710 N. Main, died today at 11:40 a.m. at his home following a long period of failing health. A retired carpenter and builder, he was born at Colony Aug. 18, 1892. He was a member of New Century Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Margaret Peterson; one son, Eugene, Phoenix, Ariz.; one daughter, Mrs. Emmett Dushar, Topeka; three grandchildren; two brothers, Carl and Lee Peterson, Ottawa, and two sisters, Mrs. Dan Lewis, Topeka, and Mrs. Charles Swann Fresno, Calif. Towner's Chapel will announce funeral arrangements. Funerals said he also would favor covering the street with a permanent surface. He met later with City Attorney Robert A. Anderson on the proposal. Mayor Charles Williamson told Jock that state law prohibited lie city from surfacing a street with anything except a permanent cover. Police Chief E. W. Flaherty re- >orted that robbery was the only TOI-listed offense committed in )ttawa last year and that the rob- >ery rate had dropped two per :ent over the 1961 period. Fla- lerty said the three police cars covered 119,000 miles on patrol and other duties in 1962. The po- ice department operated on less money last year than in any of he five previous years, the chief said. He did not mention any figures. v Paul Perkins, city building in- pector, introduced five men that will work with him on a new city Building code plan before it is presented to the commission. Chosen for the building code committee are Jim McCrea, Lauren Fowler, Allen Loyd, Vince Skidmore and Don Gorton. The city commission recently decided to adopt a new building code for Ottawa. The American Legion last night asked permission to operate a carnival in Forest Park in mid- May. The annexation of a property on West 7th was requested by William Bowers, 1236 W. 7th. RALPH H. WOOD Services for Ralph H. Wood, who died Jan. 6, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Jan. 9. Dr. Raymond P. Jennings officiated. Pall bearers were Garner Groh, Eddie Hasty, Bud Milton, Ralph Hess, Bob Wiggins and Tom Wei- born. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Ste vens. Burial was in Garnett Cemetery. Masonic services were conducted by Ottawa Lodge No. 18 AF & AM, Melvin Sellers PM and George Ledom WM officiating. < 11 \ri i I I \ \S \ K \ N ^ \ •-, Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic eath log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Thursday—1 For January—9 Ward L. Ward, Topeka, entered a plea of guilty to running a stop sign and driving with an open bottle accessible to the driver and was fined $50. Douglas D. Farrell, 715 S. Ash forfeited $15 bond on a charg of driving with improper muf flers. George Lawrence, Lawrence, forfeited $15 on a speeding charge. John P. Howell, Pomona, forefeited $10 on a charge of running a red light and Lucile Harvey, Baldwin, forfeited $25 on a charge of backing and being involved in an accident. Legate (First Published January 10, 1163) (Last Published January 17, 1863) LEGAL NOTICE Residents of the LeLoup community In Franklin County are hereby notified that an opportunity for a public hearing on the proposed improvement of Federal Aid Secondary Route 1646 is being offered by the county. The proposed project would extend from the junction of FAS routes 263 and 1646 at LeLoup south to the Interstate 35 interchange, a distance of 1.6 miles. Proposed Improvements include grading, culverts, a bridge and crushed stone surfacing. The present road has 60 feet of right of way, with 80 feet to be needed for the Improvements. All additional right of way needed in the unincorporated village of LeLoup will >e acquired on the east side of the iroject to protect existing homes and mlldings. Further information regarding the proposed project may be obtained by contacting the Franklin County Enguv eer, Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas. Any resident of the LeLoup community may request that a public hearing be held regarding the Improvements bv submitting written notice to Fred Gardner, Franklin County Engineer, Ottawa, Kansas, on or before January 21, LD63 STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF KANSAS ADDISON H. MESCHKE Director of Highways Memorial Record MEEKS - Funeral Services for Garfield F. Meeks will be held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the Lamb Funeral Home, Rev. Ned M. Roberts officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday morning. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrcok Llviitock Bale, Ovtrbrook Kansas Every Wednesday. Every Friday - Al)*n County UT» stock Auction O»i Citv. Kansas. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every iiiei<u> night 7 p.m., 1138 N. tfaln. Community sale every Tbirtda] Difht 1136 N Main. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Jan. 10 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Fr, Co. Sales Co., Inc. 7:00 p.m % mile north on Highway St., Ot tawa, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—4«. Ottawa RFD 4. Pranklln County Sale Company Even North Ottawa on Highway II Jan. 18 — Carl Fisher Jr. Dairy cattle ft Farm Machinery, 1 mile North West of Waverly, Kas. Jan. 21 — Special Stocker Ic Feed* Sale Franklin County Sale Barn, mile North Ottawa, Kas., on High way St. Jan. 29 — Vernon Fitzgerald closlni out Dairy ft Farm Machinery, miles Sait fc 4 miles South Pomona (Published January 10, 1M3) ORDINANCE No. 2«2X AN ORDINANCE DEFINING AND DECLARING THE TERRITORIAL LIMITS AND BOUNDARY OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND REPEALING ORDINANCE No. 2180 OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS. Be U Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Section 1. That the territorial limits nd boundary of the City of Ottawa, tansas, are hereby declared and de- Ined to be as 'follows to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner of he NWV« of Sec. 25, Twp. 18, Rng. t, Franklin County, Kansas, thence west along the north line of the NW/4 f said Sec. 25 to a point 75 feet east f the northwest corner of said Sec. 5, thence south to a point 25 feet east and 300 feet north of the northwest orner of Ottawa Steel. Addition to the :ity of Ottawa, Kansas, thence west 5 feet, thence south to a point 1419.1 eet south of the north line of the W/4 of said Sec. 25, the same being he point of intersection of the east line >f Main Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, with the north line of Junction Avenue, City of Ottawa, Kansas, produced, hence west 100 feet, thence north to point 700 feet south of the north line of Sec. 26, Twp. 18 Rng. 19, Franklin bounty, Kansas, thence west 25 feet, hence north 700 feet to a point 75 eet west of the northeast corner of said Sec. 26, thence west along the north line of said Sec. 26 to the west Ine of the right-of-way of the Lawrence District branch line of the Atchl- son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, thence in a southwesterly direction along the west line of the right- of-way of the Lawrence District branch Ine of the Atchison, Topeka ft Santa ?e Railway Company to the point of ntersectlon with the North line of the right-of-way of the Second District main line of the Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway Company, thence in a southwesterly direction along the north line of the right-of-way of the Second District main line of the Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway Com' mny to a point due north of the west "ine of the north terminus of Cleveand Avenue, City of Ottawa, Kansas, ihence south to the center of Wilson Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence west to the northwest corner of the SE'A of Sec. 26, Twp. 16, Rng. It Franklin County, Kansas, thence south 1096 feet to the center of Wright Street, Kerr's Subdivision a subdivi sion in Franklin County, Kansas, thence east in the center of said Wright Street ;o a point 150 feet west of the we.sl ine of Cleveland Avenue, City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence Southwesterly parallel to the west line of said Cleveand Avenue to the south line of Lot 1, Kerr's Subdivision, a subdivision in franklin County, Kansas, thence wesl to the west line of the SEVi of said Sec. 26, thence south to the southeast corner of the SW'A of said Sec. 26, thence west to the center line of Wilson Creek, thence following the center line of Wilson Creek in a southerly direction to a point where it crosses the west line of the NE'A of Sec. 35 Twp. 16 Rng. It, Franklin County Kansas, thence south on said line to the north line of the right-of-way of the Missouri Pacific Railroad, thence westerly along the north line of said railroad right-of-way to the west line of the EVa of the NW'A of said Sec 35, thence south on said line to the north line of Fourth Street, City of Ot tawa, Kansas, produced, thence wes 30 feet to the west line of Beech Street City of Ottawa, Kansas, produced thence west 150 feet, thence south on i line parallel to Beech Street to a point I 880 feet north of the south line of Section 35, Twp. 16 S., Range It E., thence west 495 feet, thence south 880 feet to the south line of said Section 35, thence east along said south line of Section 35 to the northwest corner of Twyman's Subdivision, a subdivision in Franklin County, Kansas thence south 715 feet to the southwest corner of Twyman - Sprigg subdivision, a subdivision in Franklin County, Kansas, thence east 670 feet along the south line of Eight Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, to the west line of Lathrop's Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence south to the southwest comer of said Lathrop's Addition, thence south 3900 feet, more or less, to a point 30 feet north of the south line of Section 2, Township 17, South, Range 19 East, thence east to a point 30 feet north and Vi mile west of the southeast corner of said Section 2, thence south 1380 feet, more or less, to the southwest corner of Willow Acres Addition to the City of Ottawa thence east to a point on the south line of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 11, Township 17, South, Range It, East, 150 feet west of the ight of way of A.T. ft S.F. Railway; hence south parallel with said rail- ay right of way 150 feet to a point 50 feet south of the south line of the NEl/4 of the NE'/4 of Sec. 11, Twp. 71, ,ng. It, Franklin County, Kansas, hence east parallel to and 150 feet outh of the south lines of the NE'A f the NE</ 4 of Sec. 11, Twp. 17, Rng. t, Franklin County, Kansas, and the NW'A of the NW'A of Sec. 12, Twp. 7, Rng. 19, Franklin County, Kansas 672.3 feet to a point 150 feet east of he east line of Cedar Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, produced, thence north parallel to and 150 feet east of the east ne of Cedar Street, City of Ottawa, :ansas, produced, 150 feet to the south ine of Highland Heights, an addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence ast to the southeast corner of said Highland Heights, thence north along he east line of Highland Heights o the center line of Fifteenth Street; hence east along the center line of East Fifteenth Street to the west line if the E'/a of the W 1 /*' of the NW'A of he NE'A of Section 12, Twp. 17, Rng. 9, Franklin County, Kansas thence iouth 1,323 feet more or less to the iouth line of the NW'A of the NE'A of said Section 12, thence east 990.5 feet more or less to the east line of the NW'A of the NE'A of said Section 12, .hence north along the east line of the NW'A of the NE'A of said Section 12. thence north along the east line of the NWV 4 of the NEV 4 of said Section 12, distance of 1,324 feet more or less to the NE comer of the NW'A of the NE'A of said Section 12, thence north along the east line of the SW'A of the SE'A of Sec. 1, Twp. 17, Rng. It, Franklin County, Kansas, to a point 1266.5 feet North of the SE corner of the SW'A of the SE'A of Sec. 1, Twp. 17. S, Rng. It E. thence west 285.66 feet, whence south 136 feet, thence west 10(01.84 feet, more or less along the north line of said Rockwood Acres to the northwest corner of Lot 6 of Rockwood Acres, thence north -to a point 864 feet east of the north line of East Thirteenth Street extended; thence west to the southeast corner of Brookslde Addition to the City of Ottawa, thence north to the northeast corner of Lot 1, Brookslde Addition; thence east 482 feet, thence north 511.7 feet, thence west 35 feet, thence north 222 feet, more or less, to the south line of East Eleventh Street, thence east to the east line of the W'/a of the E'/2 of Sec. 1, Twp. 17, Rng. It, Franklin County, Kansas, thence North to the south line of Sec. 36, Twp. 16 S Rng. It, thence north to the center line of the Marais des Cygnes River, thence following the center line of the said river in a northwesterly direction to the east line of the NW'A of Sec. 36, Twp. 16 Rng. It, Franklin County, Kansas, thence north to the southwest corner of the NE'A of Sec. 25, Twp. 16, Rng. It, Franklin County, Kansas, thence east to the southeast corner of the SW'A of the SE'A of said Sec. 25, thence north 660 feet to the northeast corner of the intersection of Cottonwood Street anc Fowhattan Street, thence west 181.6 feet, thence in a northeasterly direction to a point 685.5 feet north and 100 feet west of the northeast corner of the Intersection of Cottonwood Street and Powhattan Street, thence east 100 feet thence north to the north line of the southeast quarter of said Sec. 25 thence east to the southeast corner of the NE'A of said Sec. 25, thence north to the northeast corner of the SMi o the NEV4 of said Sec. 25, thence wes' to the northwest corner of the 8V4 of the NE'A of said Sec. 26, thence north to the place of beginning. Section 2. That Ordinance No. 2181 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas be and the same is herewith repealed. Section 3. That this ordinance shal take effect and be In force from anc after its passage, approval and publlca tion in the official paper of said city according to law. Passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 26th day of December, 1962, and approved by the Mayor of said City this 26th day of December 1962.. Charles Williamson Mayor Attest: Don R. Capper City Clerk Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — U a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word .. 6c 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 12 insertions per word 26 insertions per word 15c Me 45c Me Cash minimum 48c Me per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks Livestock —84 FOR SALE — 12 nine-week-old Pigs. — Frank R. Kirkland, 3 miles North Ranted. Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALE — Extra Good Surge Milker. Complete with vacuum pump, tank and pipe, stall cocks and gauge, ready to set up, less motor. Priced to sell. — Shaw Hatchery and Surgei Supply Store. 1020 Willow. Misc. For Sale —40 OKAY . . . YOU WIN! - Two individual laundry tubs. Used less than 1 week. Each tub on stand with casters and separate drain hoses. Forced to sell these complete for $10.00 . . . They're like new. - 808 S. Oak or CH 2-1033. Misc. For Sale —40 PORTABLE WASHER and wringer. - 334 Walnut. GARAGE DOOR — 4 sections, 4 panels wide. — 605 E. 15th. CH 2-3795. We wish to thank Rev. Knight, our neighbors, friends, and relatives for the flowers, words of sympathy, and deeds of kindness in our bereavement, the death of our Dear Mother, Mrs. Cora Mitchell. — Signed: Elmer Mitchell; Floyd Mitchell; Lillian Fabian; Alice Hill; Goldia Stinson. Lost and Found LOST — White Hound with black spots with yellow ear — Reward — Henry Mason, Pomona, Kansas. Notices —9 NOT RESPONSIBLE for Debts made by anyone except myself. — Thomas E. A. Walters. Ottawa Shrine No. 19 Order Of The White Shrine of Jerusalem. Regular meeting Thursday, Jan. 10th, 7:30 p.m. Social evening. Reg. Calista Roth - W.H.P. Isabelle Jacobson — W.S. USED PHILCO Washer - Dryer combination. A-l condition. $5.00 down delivers. $1.50 week. — Firestone Stores — 127 S. Main. V. F. 4 WISCONSIN 26 H.P. air cooled motor. Gear box and clutch. Newly reconditioned. — CH 2-2062. NICE REFRIGERATOR, Divan, Rugs, etc. We buy and sell, one piece or housefull. — Finch's, 312 Logan. FOR SALE — White enamel and Chrome 2 burner electric Hotplate, like new. Alum inum finished cot, new — See at 217% S. Main. Home Furnishings —47 —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas. - Phone CH 24120. WILL SHARE my home with woman or man and wife. — Phone CH 2-3848. Maie Help Wanted —19 DUE TO EXPANSION I need one man 21 to 40, Married. To Service established accounts in local area. All replies confidential. Write Box No. C-64 C-0 Ottawa Herald. MACHINIST Permanent position for a man with four (4) years approved apprentice or four years experience as a first class machinist. References. Good wages, working conditions and liberal benefit plan. Apply in person, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at our Employment Office. COLGATE- PALMOLIVE CO. 17th and Kansas Ave. Kansas City, Kansas "An equal opportunity employer" Sleepy Time Gal Says... All you need to get a good night's seep is a Clear Conscience and a Princess Mattress and Box Springs from White's The Fabulous. . . Princess Mattress Only $7.33 with 5 year warranty when purchased with Matching Box Springs for $39.95 THE SMALL STORE WITH THE BIG DEAL White's FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Opposite Court House 1/2 Ton Chain Hoist • Gear Driven • Lift 10 ft. 1/2 Ton $38.00 I Ton $48.00 O.K. BARGAIN STORE Sporting Goods —42 win- FOR SALE — Model 12 Chester Shotgun, 29 gauge. Like new, $90.00. Call CH 2-3198. Home Furnishings —47 SEWING MACHINES - Singer with automatic, zig-zag, makes button holes, fancy stitches. Like new. Take 7 payments, $5.00 each. — Write Box 126, Ottawa. Salesmen PLAN A FUTURE - with Mutual of Omaha — Write to Salesman, 1025 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kans. PONTIAC—Buick - Cadillac - CMC Trucks - Bright opportunity — Choice territory. Experienced Salesmen preferred. Contact Harold Tetwiler — Minnick Motors. Ottawa, Kansas. —20 ouiN's January Clearance 1 Used Walnut Drop Leaf Table Complete with Table Pad. 1 filler Leaf. Excellent Condition. $49.50 6 Used Matching Side Chairs Walnut Rose Backs Excellent Condition $9.95 each 1 Used Chrome Dinette Table 2 matching side Chairs $14.50 1 Used Beige Studio Divan Good Condition. $39.50 1 Used 2-cushion Green Sofa $24.50 1 Used Rose Beige Nylon Cover Swivel Rocker $29.50 1 Used Solid Oak Office Desk $35.00 1 Used Round Oak Table $9.95 OUIN'S Furniture Store Opposite Courthouse General Services —29 CRANE PLUMBING Fixtures — Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. BABY SITTING—Days, my home. - CH 2-2238. VENETIAN BLINDS Rebuilt, repaired. — CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659. MACHINE QUILTING - CH 25299, 619 Cleveland. STEAMING. PAPERING, Painting — Conrad's Painters. 2-3268. CH DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 PAPERING — Plaster Repairs. — Oscar Arnold, 703 S, Mulberry. CH 2-2659. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Any make or model. Clean, oil and adjust. $3.00. — Write Box 126, Ottawa. CARPENTERING, Block laying, Cement work, Roofing, Remodeling, any place. Free estimate.-Call CH 2-3824. After 4 p.m. CH 2-1451. LET US help your business by advertising your service in tht Ottawa Herald General Service' section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 1-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Livestock —34 PUREBRED Hereford Bulls H. E. Adell. Lane, Kansas. — Phone 869-3410. REGISTERED DUROCS - I will loan boar or boar and some unrelated gilts. Registered Durocs from sires and P.R. sows, high feed conversion, big litters. No cash required. — Mac Whittney, BL 6-3083, Lebo, or write Route 1, Waverly, Kansas. Repossessed Like New 2 pc. Living Room Suite — Nylon Frieze — Foam Rubber Cushions — Clean as a pin — See for yourself — Take over payments of $7.00 each month. Balance Owing - $1 19.21 Near New 3 pc. Curved Sectional — Upholstered in Rose Beige Nylon Frieze — Rubber Cushions — Hardwood Frame — take over payments of $7.00 each month. Balance Owing - $139.32 21" Coronado Console T.V. — Mahogany Cabinet — Sharp Picture — Power Chassis — Guarantee 5 months, 11 days—take over payments of $7.50 each month. Balance Owing -- $ 124.77 Like New 7 pc. Bedroom Group — includes Bookcase Bed — 4-drawer Chest — double Dresser with plate glass Mirror — Haddon Hall Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring — Matched Dresser Lamps — 7 pc. Limed Oak — take over payments of $8.00 each month. Balance Owing --$138.92 Like New Hide-A-Bed type Sofa — 100% Nylon — Clean as a pin — Steel Frame — Innerspring Quality Mattress — take over payments of $9.00 each month. Balance Owing -- $ 157.47 Like New 12 cu. ft. Coronado Refrigerator — Across top Freezer — Chiller Tray — Two 12- ft. Crispers — Deep Door Storage — Tecumseh — Sealed Unit (Purrs like a kitten) — Copper Tubing — 1 year Guarantee — take over payments of $9.50 each month. Balance Owing -- $179.32 Near New 21 cu. ft. Coronado Chest Freezer — Has everything — Baskets — Dividers Sharp Freeze — Lock-Key — Flex-Lid — Styron 475 — Copper Tubing — Tecumseh Sealed Unit -— 5 year Guarantee — take over payments of $9.50 each month. Balance Owing - $178.74 PAY NO MONEY DOWN GAMBLES

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