10 THft jbTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Jan. 17, 1963 News A grand larceny charge was dismissed against Gene Oxford in District Court yesterday. He was charged with stealing a car owned by Clifford Gibson. Oxford requested a preliminary hearing in county court yesterday on a charge of giving an $185 no-account check. The hearing was scheduled for Jan. 23, and Oxford's bond was set.at $1,000. Electrolux Salesman in Ottawa is Fred Meador CH 2-5570. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Anderson, Lawrence, are parents of a son born this morning in Lawrence Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces, and has been named James Norman. Mrs. Anderson was formerly Bonnie Hollon, Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hollon, 119 S. Willow, Ottawa, are great grandparents of the new baby. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. A free Red Cross class for expectant mothers will begin tomorrow at Ransom Memorial Hospital. Classes will be in the hospital basement from 1 to 3:30 p.m. for five Fridays. North Baptist WMS has been postponed from tonight to next Thursday night at the church. Cold Wave clearance sale, two 16.50 waves for $10.00. Limited time. Ella's, CH 2-4198. Adv. Richmond voters have approved the $18,000 purchase of a water tower to replace the worn one given to the city years ago by the Santa Fe Railroad. The vote count was 98 for to 6 against. There are about 240 eligible voters in the city. Food Sale Friday at the Gas Service Office by the Youth Group of the Princeton Methodist Church. Adv. Postmaster T. J. Cummings calls attention tc the fact that only two more weeks remain for the annual ab'en address reports to be filed. The final day is Jan. 81. The blanks may be picked up at the post office. Jailed For Petty u Larceny Jerome D. Godinez, 918 N. Locust, was committed to jail this morning after pleading guilty to a charge of petty larceny. Godinez was fined $50 but placed in ail when it was learned he could not pay the fine. Louie B. Mumma, 720 N. Main, was fined $100 and given a 30- day suspended sentence after entering a plea of guilty. to a charge of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. Mumma also forfeited his driver's license for one year. William Williams, Olathe, pleaded guilty to charges of driving while intoxicated or under the in- 'luence of drugs and driving with an open bottle accessible to the driver. He was fined $140, given a 30-day suspended sentence and was required to forfeit his driver's license. Charges of reckless driving and driving on the wrong side of a street were dismissed by the city attorney. James K. Dunn, Ottawa University, paid a $20 fine this morning after pleading guilty to a charge of failing to yield the right of way. Eugene McConnell, 331 S. Cedar, pleaded guilty to a charge of driving without a valid driver's license and a charge of being involved in an accident. He paid a fine of $10. Wilbur R. Collins, 1037 N. Mulberry, was fined $15 on similar charges. The city attorney dismissed a charge of illegal auto registration against Robert Garber, 526 S. Poplar. Diane May Fisher, 503 S. Hickory, paid a $10 fine on a charge of illegal registra tion. Roger Moore, 716 E. llth, was fined $5 after entering a plea of guilty to a charge of driving with an illegal driver's license. Billy Demoret, RFD 1, Ottawa forfeited $10 bond on a charge of running a red traffic signal Donald L. Ulery, Paola, also for feited $10 on a charge of running a stop sign. Bolier Blows In KU Hall LAWRENCE- Kan. (AP) - A boiler blew its stack in the basement of Templin Hall at the University of Kansas Wednesday. No one was hurt but the 460 reside n ts of the men's dormitory didn't have any heat through most of the night. Two workmen near the boiler were blackened but unhurt. A repairman was burned about an hour later when he opened a hatch on top of the boiler. "It really wasn't much of a sound," said Charles D. Gasswint, resident director of the dormitory. "It just shook the building." He was in his quarters on the ground floor. J. J. Wilson, the university's director of dormitories, estimated the damage at $15,000. Repairmen expected to get a second boiler repaired and restore the building's heat by morning. Actor Can Visit IBs Children SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)Actor Gary Merrill has won the right to visit two of his adoptee children—but over the bitter ob jections of his ex-wife, actress Bette Davis. A Superior Court judge ruled that Merrill, 47, can have his adopted son, Michael, 10, on alter nate weekends and some holidays The actor also can make rea sonable visits to their daughter Margot, 12, who is in a schoo in Pennsylvania. But, the judge said, Merrill cannot visit the children while "under the influence of alcoholi beverages." Local Markets Soybeans $2.32 Wheat 2.03 Milo 1.58 Ear Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley 1.07 Oats 79 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens OS KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 1,800; calves 100; about steady; choice steers 27.25; cows 12.0017.00; good and choice vealers 33.00-28.00. Hogs 3,200; barrows and gilts •teady; sows steady to weak; 1-3 180-240 Ib barrows and gilts 15.7516.251 sows 13 274 - 400 Ib 13.7514.50. Sheep 250; steady; choice to prime wooled lambs 19.50-20.00; good and choice 18.50-18.50; choice to prime shorn pelts 19.50; ewes 6.00-7.50. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Frank Morgan, RFD 4 Eldon Brockus, Richmond; Mrs Mae Canfield, 625 Ash; Mrs. El mer Poss, Rantoul; Wednesday Births Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Dal Cook, 118 S. Poplar, son, Thurs day, weight, 7 Ib., 5 oz. Dismissals Hardin Watkins, Richmond Bruce Snook, 119 W. 5th; Wednes day. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffi death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Thursday— For January—15 For 1963-15 Comparable 1962 period—19 BUNNY WINS — Gerrie Dohcrty, clad in brief costume as bunny at new Playboy Club in New York, works at her post as door check. State supreme court justice ruled in defense of bunnies, freeing them to cavort as Playboy Club waitress. Earlier, city license commissioner denied club cabaret license because of its scantily- clad waitresses. Parking Problem On 15th Automobiles and weather have combined to bring complaints over a parking situation. While the weather has been cold enough to produce ice for skating, skaters have been parking their cars along East 15th Street near Rock Creek bridge, thus narrowing an already narrow trafficway. The situation is complicated by the fact that the city limit boundary line runs along the center of 15th Street. The city has received complaints about the danger of the situation, but has no jurisdiction over the south side of the road. At the meeting of the city commissioners last night it was announced that the city attorney will confer with the county attorney to determine if joint action can be taken to prohibit parking along 15th Street. It was suggested that a safe place for skaters' cars to be parked would be on the streets in Orchard Heights addition and Rockwood addition. Wellsville News Acrobatics Program At Schools Friday By BERNICE HOLDEN Leo Gasca will present a program of acrobatics for grade and ligh school students at Wellsville on Friday. Admission is 10 cents per student. Attending a 4-H Council meeting at Town Hall, Paola, Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Schendel, 4-H community leader; Lois Schendel, president, and Albert Schendel as alternate delegate for Douglas Mosher. The Happy-Go-Getters 4-H Club, along with other clubs, was the recipient of a plastic globe for having perfect attendance throughout last year at the 4-H Council meetings. Monday was the beginning of the second semester at the Wellsville Schools. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mclntire began operation Jan. 1 of a Rexall drug store which they purchased at Oswego. The Wilbur Mclntires and the H. E. Mclntires were owners of the local drug store which they operated until selling to Ken Hausler last spring. They have been vacationing since, and Wilbur has been a pharmacist in Ottawa part of the time. The two families had occupied Coffman rental properties in Wellsville. The Sunflower HDU met at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. B. Schendel, unit president. Mrs. Elmer Sieg had the lesson on Home Management. It was the first of a series of four to be given on this subject. Mrs. Stanley Dale will give the next lesson of the series. Roll call was answered by a subject chosen by each member to be used throughout the resl of the year. Topics included medicine, short-cuts on cooking, sewing, philosophy of life, stories of hymns, famous quotations, etc A community project was discussed. Letters read included one from the Osawatomie Hospital expressing thanks for Christmas gifts sent by the unit and a let ter on Home Economics Days to be at Manhattan. The School of Missions being held Sunday nights through Janu ary at the Wellsville Methodis Church was cancelled last Sun day due to the cold weather Weather permitting, it will con- inue as previously scheduled Sunday evening, Jan. 20. A fellowship supper will precede the study session. Emery Dains, superintendent of the Methodist Home in Topeka, will speak to the adult group on "The Church and the Aging." Wellsville Seventh Graders Bringing items of interest for social studies "Curiosity Day" included Kathy DeVore, who show ed some panned silver from a Colorado stream; Janet Guy, who brought maps from Germany obtained by her father, Calvin Guy, while serving in German} during World War II, a book con taining some German language and a rubber stamp set; and John O'Neil, who brought a book, "The Last of the Mohicans." John said the book did not show a copy right or .publishing date. The Rose Junior Garden Club will not meet this month because one of its leaders is recuperating from a fall. The club will mee again on the regular meeting day, the second Monday in February, at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Mrs. Vaughn Kimbrough's birthday was honored Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warnock. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough and family, Leavenworth; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Warnock and family, Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Warnock and girls, and Mrs. M. W. Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough also visited her infant nice, Janet Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moore, Ottawa. Otis Broers has been transferred from the Baptist Memorial Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., to the Southeast Kansas T.B. Hospital at Chanute where he is undergoing tests. Frank Bacon is recuperating from a recent fall. Would Hike Fag, Booze And Inheritance Taxes TOPEKA (AP)-Boosts in cig- aret, liquor and inheritance taxes were proposed today in a report >y a citizens advisory committee. Also included in the 79-page report, presented to Gov. John Anderson, are recommendations or an income tax withholding law and to give cities and coun- ;ies the option of levying local sales taxes. The committee was appointed >y Anderson last April to study state and local public finances and to recommend legislation for an integrated state revenue and taxation system. The report contains eight recommendations affecting the state tax structure. Suggested were 3,556 Receive Vaccine Type II oral polio vaccine was given yesterday to 772 persons in three Franklin County communl ties, Mrs. Rosalie Osburn, county health nurse, said. This brings to 3,556 the total in the county who have taken Type . Anyone who missed the clinics which began last Saturday have another chance to take the vaccine, Mrs. Osburn said. Type H will be given from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, at the county courthouse in Ottawa. Mrs. Osburn said Type HI vaccine would be given here in March. measures under which the state would: Adopt the income tax withhold- ng law. Apply a one per cent severance ax on oil and to lower exem- ions. Subject domestic insurance companies to the gross premiums lax. Extend the sales tax base, providing a tax on personal and pro- essional services. Increase the tax on motor ve* u'cle fuels — if this is deemed necessary to finance road construction. Increase taxes on.both cigarets and liquor. In local government finance, he committee recommended the egislature finance a study on 'easibility of combining some of he state's approximately 5,615 ocal taxing districts. The report recommended counties and cities be given the option of levying local sales taxes to help . meet increasing costs of government. It also proposes improvements in assessments and distributions relating to property taxes. The committee recommended that property be assessed at its true value or at a specified per cent of true value to provide a standard level of assessment. Plan Junior Senior High Concert Ottawa senior and junior high school band members will take part in a concert to be presentee at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 27, in Memorial Auditorium. The director, Loren Matthews said there would be about 150 members in the concert band. He said another concert prob- j ably would be given in April. Other recommendations relat- ng to local finance would: Permit cities to retain authori- y to increase property tax ley- es under home rule. Give cities and counties the option of levying a sales tax administered by the state. NFO Hold On Corn, Soybeans CORNING, Iowa (AP) - The National Farmers Organization launched Wednesday what President Oren Lee Staley describee as an added effort to hold corn and soybeans from the open mar ket. The NPO's holding action on grain has continued without letup although its holding action on livestock is in recess. Staley said his group decided to step up its drive to keep grain of the market for two reasons. Firstly, he said, the NFO's bar gaining position on soybeans is improving and supplies are tighter. Secondly, Staley said, the NFO feels now is the psychological time to try to raise the gen eral price level on corn and pu pressure on commercial feed lots Legato (First Published January 10," 1M3) (Last Published January IT, 1963) LEGAL NOTICE Residents of the LeLoup community n Franklin County are hereby notified bat an opportunity for a public: hear- nf 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 363 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 project to protect existing homes and lulldlngs. Further information regarding the proposed project may be obtained by contacting the Franklin County Engineer, Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas. Any resident of the LeLoup community may request that a public hearing be held regarding the Improvements by submitting written notice to Fred Gardner, Franklin County Engineer, Ottawa, Kansas, on or before January 21, 1963. STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF KANSAS ADDISON H. ME8CHKS Director of Highways Want Ads PfioheCH 2-4700 Save I0%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local •da paid by t p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Dally Except Saturday -10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word .. .. 8e 3 insertions per word .. .. Uo 6 insertions per word .. .. 24c 12 insertions per word .. .. 45c 26 insertions per word .. •• JOc Cash mini*""" 48s Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 1 Franklin Count; 8«1» Company Brerj Korth Ottawa on Highway SB Jan. 18 — Carl Fisher Jr. Dairy cattle A Farm Machinery, 1 mile North U West of Waverly. KM. Jan. 31 — Special Stocker ft Feeder Sale Franklin County Sale Barn, 1 mile North Ottawa, Kas.. on Highway 59. Jan. 25 — Mrs. Lee Perkins Farm Sale 3 miles East of Richmond, Kas., 10 . a.m. Jan. 31 — Ternon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy ft Farm Machinery, 2 miles East & 4 miles South Pomona, Kas. Feb. 13 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Sale 3% miles West of LeLoup, Kas., or 7 miles Northeast of Ottawa, Kas., 1 p.m. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Orerbrook Livestock lale, O**rbrook. Kansas Every Wednesday Every Friday - Al)*n County Liv» stock Ajntion aa» City Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every Tue«i»> Bight 7 p.m.. 1136 M. Main. Community tale every Thirsdaj night 11M N. Main. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Wishing to thank our mends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement in the loss of our loved one. — The Family of Ralph Wood. Mrs. Clinton H. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Dusharm, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Peterson wish to thank all the relatives, friends, neighbors, The New Century Group, and Dr. Victor Lofgreen, for their many kindnesses, the food, and flowers, in connection with the passing of our Husband and Father, Clinton H. Peterson. Lost and Found FOUND — Pair of brown gloves at Court House Sunday. — Contact Health Office. Notices Tancred Commandry No. 11 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. Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas, - Phone CH 2-4120. Male Help Wanted —19 $100.00 PER WEEK — for the man who qualifies for this job. 22-40. Married. Neat. Good work record essential. Combination Service — Sales, Delivery. — Write Box No. E64, c-o Ottawa Herald. Conner si CIIAI'KI. DEPENDABlt A^dULAM L S L fU iC t 525NORIH MAIN f nuM ,_ M 2 < 3 l\ O'l'l \U A. KANSAS 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, minutes everyday There is no limit to the hours, no inconvenience in the time, at which you may call us. Neither hours, holidays, weather or distance makes any difference — only your needs. ADVERTISING SALESMAN We have an opening for permanent employment within our display advertising department for a man with experience. Excellent opportunity for the right person. Car required. Position carries paid vacation, paid life, medical and hospital insurance, salary and bonus; also profit- sharing retirement plan. Write letter giving resume and experience to Jack Day, Advertising Manager, Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Salesmen —20 your lamps can beautiful and good light While lamps can be attractive, their first job is to give adequate lighting. Well designed lamps provide two things—the right amount of light and proper light diffusion to avoid glare and shadows. The room above has met these requirements in an interesting arrangement. Diffused light from the recessed ceiling fixtures over the all-electric kitchen area provides general illumination, while the pull-down lamp gives ample local light for dining. Built-in spots in the ceiling, plus decorative lamps and wall panels (shown in the background), add a dramatic touch to highlight draperies and indoor plantings. It's just one more example of how modern lamps combine smart decoration with good light! Mil IOOKUT — as* for your copy of "See Your Home in a New Light," an Uiuttrated booklet with recipes for good lighting. VISIT OUR LOCAL OFFICE OR WRITE: KANSAS CITY POWER * LIGHT COMPANY PLAN A FUTURE - with Mutual of Omaha — Write to Salesman, 1025 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kans. PONTIAC-Buick - Cadillac — GMC Trucks — Bright opportunity — Choice territory. Experienced Salesmen preferred. Contact Harold Tetwiler — Minnick Motors. Ottawa. Kansas. Men and Women Wanted —28 WANT COOK - Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. Baldwin City, Kans. Female Help Wanted —24 WAITRESS full or part time — Apply in person. — Coffee Shop. SEWERS WANTED, IMMEDIATELY — Work at home doing simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. — Apply: Dept. AD-657, Box 7010, Adelaide Post Office, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. General Services —29 BABYSITTING - My Home.-CH 2-2497. References. WANT IRONINGS - Mrs. Shaffer, 515 S. Cedar. WISH CLEANING by day. - CH 2-2015. VENETIAN BLINDS Rebuilt, repaired. - CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659. MACHINE QUILTING - CH 25299, 619 Cleveland. CRANE PLUMBING Fixtures Underwood Plbg.. CH 2-1264. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. - Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH 2-1061 PAPERING - Plaster Repairs. Oscar Arnold, 703 S. Mulberry. CH 2-2650. WANTED - Custom Butchering and Processing. — Call CH 22254 or CH 2-3787.
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