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10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 16, 1963 Briefs Mrs. Lizzie Crane, a former Ottawan, is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, Lamed. Franklin County Historical Society will hold an open meeting Sunday at 3 p.m. in North American Hotel dining room for members and friends. For the program Ben Park will show pictures of museums he visited during a trip to Europe last Summer. Smorgasboard Tonight—Coffee Shop. Adv. Mrs. R. A. Hagerty, 721 Princeton, reports she is not sure that she sends her Heralds farther than others reported in The Herald but she sends them in a different direction. They go to her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Craig, New Orleans, La., who writes that she enjoys every word. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Cub Scouts of Den 6, Pack 74, visited the Pepsi-Cola plant last night, accompanied by their den mother, Mrs. Mary Graham, and the assistant den mother, Mrs. Louise Aston. The cubs in the group were George Aston, Tony Langdon, Terry Denniston and Andy Stauffer. Electrolux Salesman in Ottawa is Fred Meador CH 2-5570. Adv. Coin And Stamp Club About 44 collectors organized the Ottawa Coi nand 1 pSCatmub the Ottawa Coin and Stamp Club last night at the Masonic Temple. The meeting, conducted by Bud Pratt of Bud's Hobby Shop, included the election of Kenneth D. Harrington, RFD 3, Ottawa, as president and the naming of the organization. Harrington said the club is open to membership at all times and invited anyone interested to attend a meeting. Dues are $1 a year, Harrington said. Meetings will be at 7:30 p.m. on the first Monday of each month. After each meeting a coin auction will be held. Mrs. Ellen Cromwell, 704 Ash, acted as secretary last night. A regular secretary and treasurer will be elected at the next meeting. Bringing Back Good Old Days Legato Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Cecil Gilmore, RFD 2, Pomona; Benjamin Moore, 209 E. Logan; Tuesday. Neil Snook, 119 W. 15th; Mrs. Myrtle Pinkston, Quenemo; Wednesday. Dismissals Mrs. Martha Beckner, 623 N. Sycamore; Mrs. A. C. Heigele, 603 S. Cedar; Tuesday. James Edwards, 709 S. Oak;, Handle Bronson, 815 Pecan; Mrs. Lester Bishop and baby son, Williamsburg; Wednesday. Dealhs MRS. NORA E. MALLOY Mrs. Nora Ellen Malloy, 77, Latimer-Fouts Community Club will hold a regular meeting Friday, Jan. 18, at 8 p.m. at the Latimer School, weather permitting. The meeting was postponed lest Friday due to the weather. Relatives from out-of-town who attended services Tuesday for Everett E. Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hill and Mr. and Mrs. William Robson, Lawrence; and John Arnett, Topeka. Frozen water lines. Call Coffman Welding Serv. Ch 2-4806. Adv. Johnson County juvenile authorities have invited the Franklin County commissioners to attend the dedication of the Johnson County Juvenile Hall, a detention home, next week. Members plan to attend. Cold Wave clearance sale, two $6.50 waves for $10.00. Limited time. Ella's, CH 2-4198. Adv. Russell G. Wiggins, 522 S. Sycamore, has been charged by the police with running a stop sign and a red traffic signal. Roger M. Moore, 716 E. llth, has been cited by the police for driving without a valid driver's license. Richmond, died Tuesday at 10 p.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital. She had been in failing health for some time and a patient in the hospital since Jan. 1. Services will be at St. Therese's Catholic Church, Richmond, Friday at 10 a.m. Father G. J Burns will officiate. Burial will be in Emerald Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at Towner's Chapel Thursday at 8 p.m. The former Nora Ellen O'Marra, she was born Feb. 19, 1885, at Hartford. She had lived all her life near Hartford, Emerald and Richmond. She was married in 1908, at Emerald, to Thomas Malloy who died Oct. 26, 1948. She was a member of St. Therese's Catholic Church. Surviving are two sons, Lawrence, of the home, and Lee, Wichita; five grandchildren; one ster, Mrs. L. C. McDonald, Betrice, Neb.; one brother, Pama, Tex., and several nieces. MRS. NELLIE J. WH1TCHER Mrs. Nellie J. Whitcher, Wil- amsburg, died Tuesday at the ome of a daughter in Topeka. Services will be Friday at 2 .m. in Agricola Methodist Church. Burial will be in Waverly Cemetery. Surviving are four daughters, Lela Whitcher, of the home; Dole and Merle Whitcher, Topeka, nd Mrs. Flossie Huntsman, Ves- >er; three sons, Glenn W. Whither, Williamsburg; Boyd, Prince- on, and Kenneth, Glendora, Calif., and several grandchildren. Vining Commission Chairman Cecil Vining, Richmond, has been chosen as Franklin County Commission board chairman for a 2-year term, succeeding First District Commissioner Earl Richardson. Richardson was made board clerk, and Commissioner J. H. Button, Pomona, was selected to continue as social welfare board chairman. Vining represents the second district of the county and Button the third. The appointments to the commission posts are made by the three commissioners. County Engineer Fred Gardner, 519 W. 4th, and noxious weed supervisor Floyd Higdon, RFD 1, Ottawa, will carry over in their respective positions. Ice Blocks On Missouri Local Markets Soybeans $2.32 Wheat 2.03 Milo 1.58 Ear Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley Oats .. Rye 1.07 79 1.00 Butterfat 47. 42 Eggs Grade Eggs Hens 20c 32c, 25c, 20c 09 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 1500; calves 50; steers under 1100 Ibs and heifers generally steady, steers over 1100 Ib steady to 25 lower; mostly cholcel.OOO - 1225 Ib steers 26.25-27.00; good 950-1325 Ib 24.00-25.75; choice 875 Ib heifers 27.00; cows 14.00-16.00; good and low choice vealers 23.00. 36.00. Hogs 3,000; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower, sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts 15.75-16.25; sows 13.75-14,50. Sheep 800; steady to strong, instances 50 higher; high choice and prime 90-100 Ib wooled lambs 20.00; good to choice 17/00-19.50, choice to prime 92 Ib shorn lambs No 1 and 2 pelts 19.50; ewes 6.007.50. Capper Man Dead At 69 TOPEKA (AP) — Charles E Sweet, veteran executive of Capper Publications, Inc., died Tues day following an extended illness He was 69. Sweet, widely known in the pub lishing and advertising industry was a native of Burlington, Kan. and had lived in Topeka since 1919. After attending the University of Kansas, his first newspaper jo 1 was on the Burlington Republi can. Later he was city editor o the lola Daily Register and was on the staff of the Kansas Citj Star before entering service ir World War I. He joined Cappe Publications in 1919. He later be came advertising manager o Capper Publications and before his retirement in 1958 he wa manager of Kansas Farmer, Mis aouri R ur a li st and Capper' Weekly. KANSAS CITY (AP)—Two ice blocks were reported today in the Missouri River. The Weather Bureau said one ice bridge was from just above Atchison, Kan., to about 13 miles below Rulo, Neb. It was said to be solid nearly all the way. As a result of that block the river stage here this morning had dropped to minus 2.5 feet, a stage just two-tenths of a foot above the record low stage of minus 2.7 set Jan. 9, 1937. Another ice block is reported near Rocheport, east of Boonville. The river there rose 5 feet during the night. By J. C. TILLMAN ARKANSAS CITY, Ark. (AP)Page by page, this southeastern Arkansas community is slipping itself back into history—back into the busy, bustling Mississipi River port it was half a century ago. The old sternwheelers that once tied up at its wharves are gone forever. Stacks of timber and bales of cotton will never line wharves that aren't there any more. But if plans are carried out, the remainder of the town will be just as it was in the 1875-1925 period. The citizens' do-it-yourself rejuvenation of the town into a reproduction of its own heyday is expedited to attract a commodity perhaps as valuable as the cotton and timber upon which it once thrived—the tourist. At the turn of the cetury, Arkansas City was a growing Mississippi River port with a population of 10,000. The optimism existed from 1873, when the little port was founded until over a quarter of the 20th century was gone. In 1927, the Mississippi sent its waters roaring into the com munity to depths of 18 feet. There was death and there was destruction. But there was hope even as the waters receded. Hope began to end when the fickle Mississippi kept on receding, backing farther and farther away to settle in a channel she had cut three miles away. Arkansas City was left high, if not dry. Since that year, virtually nothing new has come to the town—no railroads, no highways, no industry and few residents. The appearance of the town hag changed little in the past years. And in this lies the renewed hope of these who were born in the community and do not want to see it added to' the list of the dying. The plan is simply to restore, year by year, each historic building, eventually turning the town into a facsimile of the port they remember. Charter No. 1910 Reserve District No. 10 Report of Condition of the Peoples National Bank of Ottawa in the State of Kansas, at he close of business on December 28, 1962, published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under Section 5211. V. 8. Revised Statutes. Cash, ASSETS balances with other banks and cash items in process of collection $1,803080.72 U. s. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 8,302,799.11 Obligations of States and Legate 2-17-19, th. 8. 9.86 rds; th. E. to center Topping Rd., th. Northward up center of Topping Rd. to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B. $297.25 Legato Com. In center of Topping Rd.. at a County and State (First Published January I, 1993) (Last Published January 16, 1963) State of Kansas Franklin County tt: In the Probate Court of laid pt. 56 rds. due E. of a pt. 156.06 rds. In the Hatter of the Estate of 8. and 50 rds E. of NW cor. of SEVi Ella Darnell, Deceased No. 10-931 528,160.29 of NW'A 2-17-19, th. W. 228 1 , th. 8. 80', th. E. 225' to center of said Topping Rd. th. N; along center of said Topping Rd. 80' to P.O.B. $297.25. Com. at a pt. 156.06 rds 8. * 1409.8' E. of NW cor. of BE'/ 4 of NWV4 2-1719, th. 8. 11.54 rds., th. E. to center of Topping Rd., th. Northward up center of Topping Rd. to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., ex. Com. In center of Topping Road at a pt. 58 rds. due E. of a pt. 158.08 rods 8. ft 50 rods E. of NW cor. of BEVi of NW'A 2-17-19, th. W. 225', th. 8. SO', th. E. 225' to center of said Topping Rd., th. N. along center of said Topping Rd. 80' to P.O.B. $891.74. Com. on W. line of Willow St. due E. of a pt. 167.6 rds. 8. ft 50 rds E. of NW. cor. of 8EV« of NWV 4 2-17-19, th. W. 325', th. 8. 118.6' th. E. 325', th. N. 118.6' to P.O.B. $753.03. Com at a pt. in center of Topping Rd. due E. of a pt. 182 rds 8. ft 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of SEy 4 of NWV 4 8-17„ , M „ 19, th. W. 400', th. N. 119', th. E. 400' 31,196.50 11 0 center of Topping Rd., th. B. along „„ „-.. -„ center of said Topping Rd. 119' to 72,000.00 j P.Q.B. $733.21. 1,218.94 com. in center of Topping Rd. at a x , . .- „,. „_ .„ ! pt. 55.32 rds. due E. of a pt. 182 rds. Total Assets $8,010,097.57 s . & 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of 8EV 4 of LIABILITIES NW'/ 4 2-17-19, th. W. 240', th. S. 90', deposits of In- th. E. 240', to center of Topping Rd. th. N. along center Topping Rd. 90' political Subdivisions (Net of any reserves) . Corporate stocks (includ- of 12,000.00 Ing $12,000.00 stock Fed. Res. bank) Loans and discounts (including $6,726.63 over drafts) (Net of any reserves) 3,259,642.01 Bank premises owned $10,000.00, furniture and fixtures $21.196.50 Real Estate owned other than bank premises Other assets .. Demand d 1 v iduals, partnerships and corp ...$4,157,096.90 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partners h 1 p s, and corporations 1,547,991.81 Deposits of U. S. Government (Including postal savings) 110,182.69 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,003 039.76 Deposit of banks 503,188.55 Certified and officers' checks, etc. * 22,641.65 Total Dpe. $7,344,141.36 (a) Total demand deposits $5,600,149.55 (b) Total time and sav. dep. $1,743,991.81 Other liabilities 34,541.12 Total Liabilities $7,378,682.48 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: (a) Common stock, total par $ 100,000.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided profits 229,819.91 Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all personi concerned: You are hereby notified that * pet), tlon ha* been filed to said Court by Wm. F. Darnell, son and heir-at-law of Ella Darnell, deceased, praying for authority to sell the following described real estate belonging to said estate for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate and taxes and expenses of administration, to-wit: An undivided % Interest In: The N. % of the N.W. Vt of Section 28, Township 16, Range IS Franklin County, Kansas. and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 24th day of January, 1963, at 2:00 o'clock, p.m. of said day in said Court, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein, Judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. Wm. F. Darnell, Administrator Estate of Ella Darnell, deceased. Anderson ft Byrd Attorneys for Administrator 1,595.18 Total Capital Accounts . .$ 631,415.09 Total Liabilities Capital Accounts and .$8,010,097.57 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes . .$1,010,6S<X63 I, J. W. Dickerson, V-P ft Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. W. Dickerson We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. George E. Lister W. B. DeVilbiss C. P. Burrows Directors ORDINANCE NO. 3219 AN ORDINANCE, apportioning and Funerals GEORGE R. KEEZEL Services for George R. Keezel, who died Jan. 11, were at First Methodist Church Jan. 15. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were E. V. Lash, Otis Shipps, Max Roberts, Everett Stith, Franklin Baker and Wiliam Dunlap. Dean Zook sang rymns accompanied by Mrs. J. . Kilgore. Burial was in High- and Cemetery. Postal employees attended in a group. EVERETT E. HILL Services for Everett E. Hill, who died Jan. 12, were at Sacred leart Catholic Church Jan. 15. Father Henry J. Beier officiated. Pallbearers were Harold Bennett, Wilbur Ross, Virgil Croucher, Larry Wright, Max Scott of Mission, and Tom Heleah of Hanover. Burial was in Mt. Calvary lemetery, Lawrence. Members of the Kansas Highway Patrol attended in a group. To Distribute School Money TOPEKA (AP)—Distribution of almost $5 million from the Kansas High School Finance Fund to county high schools throughout the state was announced Tuesday by A.F. Throckmorton, state superintendent of public instruction. The fund, which totaled $4,833,424.77, comes from sales tax collections and is distributed twice each school year based on enrollments of Sept. 15 for grades 9 through 12. The next distribution will be made on April 15. Scholarship Fund At KU LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - A Mabel Rogers Hackney Scholarship fund of $5,000 has been established at the University of Kansas. It was created by Mrs. Hackney's son and daughter as a companion memorial fund to the Ed. T. Hackney Scholarship previously established by Mrs. Hackney in memory of her husband. Longtime residents of Wellington, Hackney died in 1953 and his wife in 1960. Mrs. Charles R. Bell, the former Lela Hackney, of Maryville, Mo., and Roger Hackney of Larchmont, N.Y., each gave $2,500 to the K.U. Endowment Association for the new fund. Income will provide an annual scholarship for a woman student a.t K.U., beginning in 1963-64. The Ed. T. Hackney scholarship will now be given only to men. Warmup Continues TOPEKA (AP)-Moderation of the bitterly cold weather in Kansas since late last week will continue today with highs due to range from 20 degrees to the 40s, Most of the state except the northeast had definite warming Tuesday with only Topeka dropping as low as zero overnight. Topeka's reading early today was the sixth consecutive day the mercury dropped to zero or below. Other early morning lows ranged up to 18 degrees at Dodge City and Pittsburg. Highs Tuesday ranged from 16 at Concordia to 42 at Medicine Lodge. Today's highs were predicted to be from 20 to 25 degrees in the northeast to the 40s elsewhere. Gaitskill 111 LONDON (AP) — Doctors reported Labor party leader Hugh Gaitskill was a little weaker today and has not responded to treatment. Doctors at Middlesex Hospital reported that his condition had deteriorated during the previous 24 hours. Gaitskell, 56, is suffering from a virus infection of the membranes surrounding his heart and lungs. Stickup Man Had No Sack CHAMBLEE, Ga. (AP)-Detective Capt. Ted Wayne said Roy Alton Lane, 38, tried to rob the Peachtree Bank & Trust Co. Tuesday but everything went wrong. Wayne said the man walked in, waved a pistol and ordered: "Put the money in a sack." But Lane hadn't brought a sack. A bank employe started looking for one. Then the gunman suddenly collapsed and bank employes tied him up—with a rope he had brought with him. Lane, a onetime truck driver, was held for investigation of attempted bank robbery. Convicted Of Cruelty J. Milton Borland, Rantoul, has been found guilty of cruelty to animals in county court. He was sentenced to nine months in county jail at his trial but was granted a suspended sentence on the condition he sell the cattle within 10 days. Borland entered a plea of not guilty to the charge at his arraignment earlier this month. He had to post $300 bond pending the trial. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home MALLOY — Funeral Service for Nora E. Malloy will be conducted from St. Therese' Catholic Church, Richmond, Kansas, at 10:00 a.m. Friday by Father G. J. Burns. Rosary will be recited at Towner's Chapel Thursday evening at 8:00 p.m. Interment in Emerald, Kans, Cotoner'S < II AIM I levying assessments to pay the cost of constructing lateral sewers in Lateral Sewer Districts No. 134, 135 and 136 in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, as provided for by Ordinances Nos. 2193, E of NW 2188, ft 2194, respectively. 2-17-19 th BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS: Section 1. That the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, having provided for the construction of lateral sewers in Lateral Sewer Districts No. 134, 135 and 136 respectively, within the City of Ottawa, Kansas, pursuant to the provisions of Ordinances No. 2193 2188 and 2194, respectively, of said City, and having contracted therefor, and the cost of said improvement having been ascertained to be $25,045.07 that is chargeable to specific property within said lateral sewer district, and the appraisers duly appointed to make a fair and impartial appraisement of the comparative value of the lots tracts and pieces of ground liable for the cost thereof, having returned to the Governing Body of said City their appraisement report, and the said Governing Body, at a Special Meeting held for such purpose, due notice of which having been given as provided by law, having equalized, approved and confirmed said appraisement report; there is hereby apportioned, assessed and levied upon the following described lots, tracts and pieces of ground, the following amounts, the same being the total assessment apportioned to each, towit: Com. on W. line of Willow St. at a point due E. of a point 5'0 rds E. ft 921' S. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A, 2-17-19 th. 8. 1ST, th. W. 325', th. N. 187', th. E. 325' to Beg. $1,208.81. Com. on W. line of Willow St. at a pt. due E. of a pt. 50 rds. E. ft 1108' S. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. S. 187', th. W. 325', th. N. 187', th. E. 325' to Beg. $1,208.81. Com. at a pt. 80 rds S. ft 1402.6* E. of NW cor. Of SE'A Of NW'A 2-17-19, th. S. 15 rds, th. E. to a pt .210' W. of center of Topping Rd., th. N. 100', th. E. 210' to center of Topping Rd., th. N. 147.5' in center of Topping Rd. to a pt. due E. of P.O.B. th. W. to P.OB, ex. 25' off N. side to be used as a public highway, $1,089.91. Com. in center of Topping Rd. at a pt. due E. of a pt. 95 rds S. & 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-1719; th. W. 210', th. N. 100', th. E. 210' to center of Topping Rd., th. S. 100' in center of Topping Rd. to P.O.B., $317.06. Com. at a pt. 95 rds S. ft 1402.6' E. of N.W. cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. S. 308.6' th. E. to center of Topping Rd., th. N. along center of Topping Rd. 308.6' to a pt. due E. of P.O.B. th. W. to P.O.B., $1,961.83 Com. at a pt. 1976.10' S. and 1402.B' E. of NW. cor. SE'A of NW'A 217-19, th N. 100, th. E. 355.4' to center Topping Rd th. S. along center said Rd. 100' to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., $634.13. Com. in center of Topping Rd. at a pt. 106 rds. due E. of a pt. 1976.10' 8. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. W. 300', th. S. 75', th. E. 300' to center of Topping Rd., th. N. along center said road 75' to P.O.B. $386.42. Com. at a pt. 1976.10' S. & 1402.6' E Of NW cor of SE'A Of NW'A 2-1719, th. E. to a pt. 300' due W. of center of Topping Rd., th. S, 75', th. E. 300' to center of said Topping Rd., th. S. in center of sa^d Topping Rd. 9.75' to a pt. due E. of a pt. 84.75' S. of P.O.B., th. W. to a pt. 84.75' S of P.O.B., th. N. 84.75 to P.O.B. Also: Com at a pt. 124.90 rds. S. ft 1402.6' E, of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19; th. S. 15.1 rda.. th. E. to a pt. 320' due W. of center of Topping Rd., th. N. 1'dO' th. E. 320' to center of Topping Rd., th. N. along center of Topping Rd. 149.15 to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., $1,139.45. Com. in center Topping Rd. at a pt. 56 rds. E. of a pt. 140 rds S. ft 50 rds. E. of NW. cor. SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. W. 320', th. N. 100', th. E. 320' to center of said Rd., th. S. along center Of said Road 100' to P.O.B., $554.86. Com. at a pt. 153.2 rds S. ft 1402.6' E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. N. 13.2 rds., th. E. to center of Topping Rd., th. Southerly in center of Topping Rd. to a point due E. of F.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., ex: com. at 8E cor. th. W. 200', th. N. 117.8', th 200' to center of said Rd., th. 8. to P.O.B. $435.96. Com. in center of Topping Rd. at a pt. 55.32 rds. due E. of a pt. 182 rds 8. ft 50 rds. E. of NW. cor. of SE'A of NW'A of Sec. 2-17-19, th. W. 240', th. 8. 169.25' th. E. 240' to center said Topping Rd., th. N. along center of said Topping Rd. 169.35' to P.O.B., ex. N. 90'. $396.33. Com. at a pt. 182 rods South ft 1402.6' E. of NW cor. of SEV4 of NWV 4 217-19, th. E. to a pt. 240' W. of center of Topping Rd., th. 8. 169.25', th. W. to a pt. 169.25' due S. of P.O.B., th. N. to P.O.B. $198.16. Com at a pt. In center of Topping Rd. due E. of a pt. 196.5 rods 8. It 50 rds E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A 2-17-19, th. W. 200', th; B. 65' th. E. 200' to center of Topping Rd., th. Northerly up center of Topping Rd. to P.O.B., $217.98. Com. at a pt. 196.5 rds S. ft 1402.6' E. of NW. cor. of SE'A of NW'A of 217-19, th. S. 15916', th. E. to center of Topping Rd., th. Northerly up center of Topping Rd. to a pt. due E. '4 P.O.B. th. W. to P.O.B., ex: com. at a pt. In center of Topping Rd., due E. of a pt. 196.5 rds. S. & 50 rds E of NW. cor. of SEV4 of NWV4 of Sec. 2, th. W. 200', th. 8. 65', th. E. 200' to center of said Topping Rd., th. Northerly up center of said Topping Rd. to P.O.B. $733.21. Com. at a pt. 159.5 S. of a pt. 196.5 rds. 8. & 1402.6' of NW cor. of BEVt of NW'A 2-17-19, th. S. 79.75', th. E. to center of Topping Rd., th. N. up center of said Topping Rd. to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., $475.60. Com. at a pt. 211 rods S. ft 50, rds E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NWVi 2-1719, th. S. 75', th. E. to the center of Willow St., thence Northerly up center of said Willow St. 75' to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B. ex. W. 577.6', $406.24. Com at a pt. 215 rds. S. ft 9' S ft 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NWV4 2-17-19, th. S. 89.25', th. E. to center Of said Willow St., th. Northerly up center of said Willow St. 89.25' to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., ex. W. 577.6', $535.05 Com at a pt. 220 rds 15.75 B. ft 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of SEVi of NW'A 2-17-19, th. S. 75', th. E. to center of Willow St., th. Northerly up center of said Willow St. 75' to a pt. due E. of P.O.B., th. W. to P.O.B., ex. W. 577.6', $445.87. Com. at a pt. 225.5 rds. S ft 1402.8' (First Published January 9, 1963) (Last Published January 33, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of John Keim. Deceased. . NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all ' persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petl tlon has been filed in said court by William 8.-Bowers, administrator of th« estate of John Kelm, deceased, pray Ing for final settlement of said estate approval of his accounts as administrator, allowance for .his services, at torneys' fees and expenses, and also that the court determine the heirs o said decedent and assign to them al property remaining in said estate ant you are hereby required to file you written defenses thereto on or befor the 2nd day of February, 1963, at ten o'clock a.m. of said day, In said court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition. William 8. Bowers, • Administrator. Bowers & Bowers, Attorneys. cor. of SE'A of NW'A , E. to center of Topping Road, th. Southward down center of Topping Rd. 14.5 rds to S. side of Sec. 2, th. W. to a pt. due S. of a pt. of Beg., th. N. to P.O.B., $1,387.16 Beg at a pt. 40' E. of the intersection of the center line of Willow St and the 8. line of 10th St., th. E. along the S. line of 10th St. 150', th. S. 75', th. W. 150' to E. line of Willow St., th. N. along E. line said Willow St. to P.O.B. in SW'A Of NE'/ 4 2-17-19, $106.57. Com. at a pt. 263' E. of intersection of center line Willow St. and S. line of 10th St., th. S. 150', th. E. 57', th. N. 150' to S. line of said 10th St., th. W. 57' to P.O.B. & being in 8WV4 of NEVi 2-17-19. $71.05. Com. at a pt. 320' E. of intersection (First Published January 16, 1963) (Last Published January 23, 1963) NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD FOR THE FRANKLIN COUNTY SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT To all occupiers of land lying within the boundaries of- the Franklin County Boll Conservation District, notice Is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter 5, laws 1949, on the 30th day of January, 1963 at 11:00 a.m. an annual meeting of the Franklin County Soil Conservation District will be held at the Municipal Auditorium, Ottawa, Kansas. At the above meeting the agenda shall include the following business Items. being personally supervised and clort- Section 0 4. "it shall be the duty of th« Humane Officer of the City of Ottawa, Kansas to seize all dogs not displaying the colored metallic check or tag evidencing immunization for rabies for the current year, caught running at large in violation of the terms of this Ordinance within said City and to safely keep and possess such dog In a sanitary animal shelter for a period of 72 hours during which -time the owner, keeper, or harborer of any such dog may reclaim such dog by paying to the said Humane Officer the sum of $1.25 per day for each day or fraction thereof that said, dog has been impounded. If any dog so seized and Impounded shall.not be reclaimed by the owner, harborer or keeper thereof within said 72 hours, It shall be the duty of the Humane Officer to dispose of said dog in a humane man- Section 8. That if after all reasonable means and methods to catch any dog running at large or not displaying the colored metallic check evidencing rabies immunization for the current year in violation of the terms of thli ordinance, within the City of Ottawa, Kansas have been exhausted by th» Humane Officer or the Police Officers of said City, said Humane Officer and Police Officers are hereby authorized directed and empowered to shoot said dog. Section 8. When there is good and sufficient reason to believe that rabies Is existing in or near the City of Ottawa, Kansas, the Mayor may, by proclamation, and publication in the official paper of said City, require all persons owning, keeping or harboring dogs in said City to confine them or securely muzzle such dogs wlni • wire or leather muzzle for such length of time as may be designated in sucn proclamation or until otherwise ordered and it shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation owning, keeping or harboring a dog within salo City to permit said dog to run at large in violation of the terms of said proclamation. Section 7. PENALTY. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum of not less than $10.00 nor more than $100.00, or by imprisonment in the City Jail of said City not to exceed thirty (30) days, or by both fine and imprisonment and shall stand committed to said City Jail until said fine and costs are paid. Section 8. That ordinances No. 1641 and No. 2029 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas and all other ordinances In conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. . ,_ Section 9. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and publication In the official newspaper of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, according to law. PASSED BY the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this 1Mb day of December, 1962. APPROVED BY the Mayor of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 19th day of December, 1962. Charles Queen Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk ONE The Supervisors of the Franklin of center line of Willow St. ft S. line • Secretary of 10th St., th. S. 150', th. E. 11', th. i N. 150', th. W. 11' to P.O.B., all In j SW'A of NE'A 2-17-19, $142.09. Com. at a pt. 40' E. & 75' S. of the Center line of Willow St. ft S. line of 10th St., th. E. 150' th. N. 75', th. E. 73', th. S. 150', th. E. 68', th S. 208' th. w. 141' to a pt. 150' E. of E. line of Willow St., th. N. 130', th. W. 150', th. N. 153' to P.O.B. in NE'A 2-17-19, $1,314.35. Beg. at a pt. 40' E. of center of Willow St. ft 228' due 8. of B. line of 10th St., th. E. 150', th. S. 130', th. W. 150' to a pt. 40' E. of the center of Willow St., th. N. 130' to P.O.B. being located in NE'A 2-17-19, $142.09. The W. 291' of: Beg. at a pt. 358* S. of a pt. 700' S. of NE cor. of SW'A of NE'A of Sec. 2-17-19, th. 8. 160', th. W. to the center of Willow St., th. Northerly along the center of Willow St. 160' to a pt. due W. of P.O.B., th. E. to P.O.B. all in SW'A of NE'A 2-1719, $781.51. The W. 291' of: Beg. at a pt. 518' 8. of a pt. 700' S. of NE cor. of SW'A Of NE'A 2-17-19, th. S. 142' to center of llth St., th. W. on center of llth to; the center of Willow St., th. N. along the center of Willow St. 142' to a pt. County Soil Conservation District shall make full and due report of their activities and financial affairs since the last annual meeting. TWO They shall conduct an election by secret ballot of the land occupiers there present of one supervisor to succeed Bernard Fischer. The newly elected Supervisor shall hold office for a term of three years from the date of said meeting. The present incumbent or any other land occupier is eligible for nomination to the office of Supervisor. AH persons, who hold title to or are In possession of any agricultural land lying within the boundaries of said districts whether as renters, lessees, tenants or otherwise are eligible to vote In said election. Only such persons are eligible to vote. All in Franklin County and all In State of Kansas Franklin County Soil Conservation District By Leslie C. Hunter, Chairman Attest: Victor Warren due- W. of $710.46. Beg., th. E. to P.O.B., along center of said F.O.B. $1,050.27. Rd, 117.8' to Com. in center of Topping Rd. at a '. 55.65 rds. due E. of a pt. 153.2 rds ft 50 rds. E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NWV4 2-17-19, th. W. 200' th. N. 117.8, th. E. 200' to center of said road, th. 8. along center of said road 117.8 to P.O.B. $317.06. Com. at a pt. 153.2 rds S. ft 1402.6' E. of NW cor. of SE'A of NW'A of Sec. The W. 291' of: Com. at a pt. In the center of Topping Rd. due W. to a pt. 40' S. of NE cor. of NW'A of SE'A 2-17-19 at a pt. in center of llth St., th. E. 340', th. S. 1ST. th. W. 34'0'. to center Topping Rd., th. N. along center of said Topping Road to P.O.B., $355.24. The W. 291' of: Com. at a pt. 19?' S. of NE cor. of NW'A of 8EV4 2-17-19, th. S. 118', th. W. to the E. line Willow St., th. N. 118', th. E. to P.O.B., $1,065.69 The W. 291' of: The N. 100' of the S. 700' of following described tract: Com. at a pt. 40' a. of NE cor. of NW'A of SE'A 2-17-19, at a pt. in center of llth St., th. running S. 58 rds to a 34 acre tract of land formerly owned by A. E. Willis ft Ola Willis, th. W. to center of Willow St., th. Northerly up center of said road 58 rds to a point du W. of P.O.B. th. E. to P.O.B. containing 19!4 a., $497.32. Com. on the E. line of Willow St. 1035' S. of the 8. line of 10th St., th. E. 280', th. 8. 75', th. W. 280', th. N. 75' to Beg. in SE'A 2-17-19, $449.19. Com. on E. line of Willow St. 1110' S. of the S. line of 10th St., th. E. 280', th. S.75', th. W. 280', th. N. 75' to Beg. in SE'A 2-17-19, $449.19. Coin, on the E. line of Willow St. 1185' S. of the S. line of 10th St., th. E. 280', th. S. 75', th. W. 280', th. N. 75' to Beg. in SE'A 2-17-19, $449.19. Com. on the E. line of Willow St. 1260' S. of the S. line of 10th St., th. E. 26'0', th. S. 75' th. W. 260', th. W. 75', to Beg. in SE'A 2-17-19, $438.50. Section 2. That the City Clerk of said City shall mail to the owner of each lot, tract and piece of ground described In Section One (1) of this ordinance a written notice stating the amount of the special assessment against the lots, tracts and pieces of ground so owned and the owner may, within thirty (30) days from and after the date of publication of this Ordinance, pay such assessment in full to the Treasurer of said City, and such property shall not thereafter be liable for any further assessment for the cost of such Improvement, or for any bonds that may be issued therefor. Section 3. That bonds shall be issued by the City of Ottawa, Kansas to pay the amount of the unpaid assessments at the end of thirty (30) days and such j unpaid assessments shall be collected annually in ten (10) equal annual installments, and the City Clerk of said City shall thereafter certify annually to the County Clerk, at the time other taxes are certified, a full list of the property liable for the cost of such Improvement, except such property upon which the assessment has been paid In full, together with the respective amounts due upon each lot, tract and piece of ground, which amounts shall include the annual installment and the interest on all unpaid balances for one year at the rate of Interest such bonds may bear. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after Us passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this 5th day of December, 1962. Charles Williamson Mayor Attest: Donald R. Capper City Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 2221 AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING THE IMMUNIZATION FOR RABIES OF ALL DOGS WITHIN THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS; REGISTERING AND RESTRICTING OF THE KEEPING OF CERTAIN FEMALE DOGS, REGULATING AND PROHIBITING THE RUNNING AT LARGE OF ALL DOGS, AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE IMPOUNDING OF ALL DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE WITHIN THE CITY AND PROVIDING REGULATIONS AND FEES FOR RELEASING SAME, PROVIDING FOR THE KILLING OF DOGS NOT RECLAIMED AND FOR THE SHOOTING OF DOGS RUNNING AT LARGE WHICH THE HUMANE OFFICER AND POLICE OFFICERS ARE UNABLE TO SEIZE AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS THEREOF AND REPEALING ORDINANCES No. 2029 AND BE' IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kan- lection 1. RABIES IMMUNIZATION. It shall be unlawful for any persons, firm or corporation to keep or harbor any male or spayed female dog over the age of six months, within the City of Ottawa, Kansas, unless said keeper, owner or harborer of such dog shall not later than the 1st day of May of each year, have such dog Immunized for rabies by a araduate and duly licensed veteri- nlrian. At the time of said immunization, the veterinarian shall deliver a colored metallic check or tag evidencing the immunization. It shall be unlawful for the owner, keeper or harborer of any dog in said City to permit the same to run at large unless he shall keep on the neck of such dog a substantial leather or metallic collar which shall be securely fastened with the check or tag so furnished by the veterinarian evidencing the rabies immunization. Section 2. FEMALE DOG. It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation to own, keep, harbor or care o an female dog in the City of Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word ...... 6e 3 insertions per word 15e 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48e Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1M Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Notices Tancred Commandry No. U K.T. Stated Conclave, Thursday, January 17, 7:30 p.m. Business Meeting. Work in the Red Cross and Malta Degrees. Max E. Reneau, Sr. E. C. Gerald B. Harford, Rec. for any female dog Ottawa, Kansas unless fimale awa, an dog has been spayed; provided that it shall not be unlawful to own keep or harbor or care for a pure-bred registered female dog in said «ty under the following conditions. That written permission to keep such purebred registered female dog shall oe obtained from the Chief of Police of said City; that each pure-bred registered female shall be housed and penned in a kennel-yard except when out for exercise or training and shall then be on leash; that special care shall be taken of such registered female dogs while in heat; that such registered female dog shall be immunized for rabies by a graduate veterinarian within the calendar year of registration and a certificate thereof filed with the City Clerk of said City; that a Ucese fee of $8.00 be paid for such registered female dog and that the license thereof shall not be issued unless the registry papers of such female dog be presented to the City Clerk at the time of the application for such license; that the owner of any such female dog cover the kennel- yard if required; that the permit above referred to may be withdrawn by the Chief of Police and the license cancelled upon complaint to the Chief of Police by any person concerning any such dog upon notice to the people keeping, harboring or caring for such female dog, provided that It shall not be unlawful to own, keep, harbor or care for any unspayed female dog in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, if the owner, keeper, or harborer of such unspayed female dog shall secure from a graduate duly licensed veterinarian a sworn statement that said unspayed female dog is over the age of eight (8) years and that the spaying operation would be unduly hazardous to the life of said unspayed female dog, all such owners, keepers, or harborers shall complay with the provisions of Section 1 of this Ordinance. Section 3. It shall be unlawful for any person firm or corporation owning, keeping or harboring any dog to allow said dog to run at large between the 1st day of April and the 1st day of July of each year, provided that between the 1st day of April and the 1st day of July of each year, dogi •ur bt permitted to N* IIM wall* I.O.O.F. Ottawa Lodge No. 24 Thursday, 7:30 P.M. . — Julius Raffelock SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. franklin Count; Sale Company Every North Ottawa nn Highway 59 Jan. 18 — Carl Fisher Jr. Dairy cattle & Farm Machinery, 1 mile North 44 West of Waverly, Kas. Jan. 21 — Special Stocker It Feeder Sale Franklin County Sale Barn, I mile North Ottawa, Kas., on Highway 59. Jan 29 -- Vernon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy ft Farm Machinery, I miles East ft 4 miles South Pomona, Kas. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale, Orerbrook Kansas B«ery Wednesday. livery Friday - Allen County I4v»> stock Adntion Cla* City. Kansas. Print}- and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every ruesuy night 7 p.m., Use N. Main. Community sale even Thuatai olgbt. 1131 M. Ualn. «•*•»•* Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-483S Charle* - Lyndon, Kama*

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