The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 22, 1963 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 22, 1963
Page 10
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News Briefs Mrs. Eldon Good, RFD 4, Gar- •nettj formerly of Ottawa called friends last night to report that her son, Jimmy, 9, is in serious condition in Ochsmer Foundation, New Orleans, La. following surgery for a brain tumor. He is in room 434. The operation Sunday required about 10 hours. Surgeons reported the result could not be determined for 30 hours following surgery. Mrs. Good formerly lived at 628 Maple. R. H. Curby, 1331 Maple, entered St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, yesterday. He is in room 350. The public sale by George W. Downs, Paola, RFD 1, which had been scheduled for Jan. 19, is to be held Jan. 29. It was postponed because of bad weather. Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Nelson, 1046 S. Main, will leave tomorrow for a month's visit with a daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Springer, Santa Barbara, Calif. New Rash Of Auto Collisions Cars driven by Jerry Cromwell, 307 E. 4th, and Max D. Likes, 1040 Walnut, collided this morning at the Sth-oak intersection. Cromwell was going south on Oak and Likes west on Fifth Street prior to the accident. Damage to both cars was estimated as major. Two other cars, driven by Mrs. Maxine L. Thompson, 603 W. 19th, and Lewis McMannis, 521 N. Oak, collided at the 17th-Main intersection today. Damage to Mrs. Thompson's car was estimated at $35. Damage to the other auto was estimated at $15. Court To Study Reapportionment Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending Jan. 19, were 28,968 compared with 32,038 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 10,544 compared with 10,364 for the same week a year ago. Elks duplicate bridge club winners last night were: first, Mrs. John Wassmer and Mrs. John Kramer; second, Mr. and Mrs Robert F. Miller, and third, Mrs. Floyd Indall and Mr. W. E. Hegberg. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Mrs. Cliff Reynolds, 1224 College, says she sees some pretty unusual things happen from her home across from Garfield School, but this morning she saw a new type of wind breaker. Two boys were walking to school with a cardboard box over their heads to keep the cold wind from biting their noses. K1WANIS PANCAKES - Chet Hendrickson tends "batch" of 'cakes as Don Capper (not shown) gives generous helping to Mary Gail Dankof, Ottawa University senior. Good attendance was reported for both noon and evening servings at Kiwanis Feed yesterday. Proceeds will be used for youth work at Mears Park. (Herald Photo) Chance To Break Test Ban Deadlock Electronics Airman Bill Dawson spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dawson, RFD 1, Ottawa. He is stationed at the Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Maine. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Priddy and Robynn, Kansas City, Mo. Leroy P. Martin, Iowa Falls, Iowa, has been cited by the Ottawa police for driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, reckless driving and speeding 40 in a 20-mile zone. Don Brown, Franklin County agricultural agent, Ross Nelson, 4-H agent, and Rosemary Crist home economics agent, will attend a training session on public affairs at Lawrence tomorrow. By ENDUE MARTON WASHINGTON (AP)—The United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union launch here today a major new effort to reach a nuclear test ban agreement. The conference is regarded as the best chance in almost two years to break the long deadlock. U.S. officials, however, laced their expressions of hope with words of caution. They stressed that many issues —both major and minor—will have to be solved, particularly the U.S. and Soviet differences over inspections to guard against test cheating. In Moscow, Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko dashed a little cold water on optimism. He told correspondents that the Soviet Union can agree to only three on-site inspections a year. The United States contends this is not enough. Gromyko also insisted that France must join in any test ban agreement. Eddie LeRoy Martin was found not guilty of grand larceny in District Court here yesterday. He had been charged with stealing a gun. Kenneth Burgoon, 508 W. 10th, posted $50 bond at police headquarters yesterday after he was cited for being drunk in public. David Kelly, 615 Hickory, was charged with running a red traffic signal by police yesterday. Joseph H. Carpenter, Adenton. Md.; John Motta, Glenburnie, Md., and Donald A. Thompson Glenburnie, Md. pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of vagrancy and were sentenced to 30 days in jail by Police Judge Robert L. Pinet. Salary Bill Up To Governor (Earlier story on page 6) TOPEKA (AP) — The Kansas House passed the legislative pay bill today and sent it to Gov. John Anderson. Rep. John Conard, R - Greensburg, said the lawmakers probably would receive their first pay checks in two or three days if the governor signs the measure promptly. The vote was 112 to 8 in favor of the measure which was approved by the Senate Monday 31-4. The lawmakers have been serving since the opening of the session without pay because a constitutional amendment adopted by the state's voters last November wiped out their emolument. Under the new bill the lawmakers will receive the equivalent of $2,000 a year plus a mileage allowance for trips between their homes and Topeka. Under the old pay and expense provisions the legislators received approximately $650 a year. The old pay schedule was $5 per legislative day salary and $7 a calendar day expense money up to a maximum of 60 legislative days for a regular session and 30 calendar days for a budget session. HospitaJ Notes Admissions Glenn Ware, Wellsville, Monday. Robert Bowlby, 326 Walnut; Anna Smith. 917 ^King, Tuesday. Dismissals Mrs. Etta Fogle, Williamsburg; Mrs. Mayme C. Bullock, 1017 S. Main, Monday. Local Markets Soybeans $2.41 Wheat 2.03 Milo 1.63 Ear Corn 1.05 Shell Corn 1.10 Barley 1.07 Oats 79 Rye Butterfat 47 Eggs Grade Hens Eggs 32c, 25c, 1.00 42 20c 20c .05 The nuclear talks begin this fternoon when four Americans, our Russians and two Britons sit [own at a conference table in the itate Department. Representing the United States will be William C. Foster, director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; Charles Stelle, deputy U.S. representative at the 18-nation Geneva disarmament talks; and two officials not yet identified. The Soviet delegation will be leaded by Nikolas T. Fedorenko, Soviet ambassador to the United Nations, and Semjon K. Tsarap- kin, chief Soviet representative at he Geneva conference. Britain's chief representative will be Sir David Ormsby Gore, ambassador to Washington, who was England's chief delegate to he disarmament conference be:ore his appointment to this country. The ground was broken for the new round of nuclear talks by an exchange of letters between President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev, made public Sunday. Khrushchev told Kennedy he would accept two or three on-site inspections a year as part of a system to prevent sneak testing. Kennedy replied he was encouraged by Khrushchev's change of attitude which the Soviet premier called "a major act of good will on the part of the Soviet Union." KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 4,500; calves 100; steady to 25 lower; choice and prime yearling steers 26.75; good to choice 23.0026.25; choice heifers 26.00-25; high good to average choice 24.0025.50; cows 14.00-16.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-28.00. Hogs 4,500; all classes steady to 25 higher; 1-3 185-240 Ib barrows and gilts 16.00-50; 275-400 Ib sows 13.75-14.50. Sheep 800; lambs 25-50 lower; good wooled lambs 18.00-19.00; choice to prime 19.50; prime shorn No 1 and fall shorn 19.00; ewes 6.00-7.50. Two cars collided on Third Street about 1 yesterday afternoon. One of the cars was driven by Bernice I. Livengood, 1011 S Willow, and the other by Rodney Fritts, RFD 2, Ottawa. There apparently was no damage to Fritts' car. Damage to Miss Livengood's auto was estimated at $95. Both cars were going west on Third Street. Damage to a car driven by Mrs. Opal Hancock, RFD 1, Ottawa, was estimated at $75 and to a car driven by Danny D. Smith, Williamsburg, $50, after a collision in the 100 block on North Main yesterday. Both cars were going south on Main prior to the mishap. The left front fender and headlight on a car driven by Mrs. Virginia Wallace, 1342 S. Oak, was damaged in an accident at 7th-Hickory corner today. The other vehicle involved was a truck driven by Franklin Mathes, 715 Princeton. Damage to the truck was estimated as minor. TOPEKA (AP) - The Kansas Supreme Court took under study Monday a reapportionment case which could place control of the Kansas Senate in the hands of a majority of the voters. The high court will review a district court decision holding the Senate unfairly apportioned. A decision normally would be expected in March, while the 1963 Legislature still is in session. The lawmakers are expected to try to enact the first effective reapportionment of the Senate in more than a half-century. If the Legislature fails to act, it faces possible election of the next state senate in 1964 on an at - large basis. Funerals ERNEST L. JOHNSON Services for Ernest Johnson will >e Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Coughlin Funeral Home, Wellsville. Rev. ordon Norris will officiate. Bural will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Centropolis. The case was. initiated by a group of Kansas newspaper exec utives headed by John P. Harris of Hutchinson. W. Y. Chalfant, attorney for the plaintiffs, told the court the Legis lature should be required to come as close as possible to mathematical exactness in apportionment. He said the present setup of the senate gives 20 times as much weight to a vote in the district with smallest population as a vote in the district with largest population. Atty. Gen. William Ferguson arguing the other side, said i: courts consider apportionment simply on the basis of population the courts are in effect legislating Also involved are the 20 so- Honor Minister From Korwa WELLSVILLE — An informal reception in Hays Hall of the Wellsville Methodist Church Satur- jday night honored Rev. Choon Young Kim, native Korean pastor. Mr. Choon Young Kim was an overnight guest at the Ross Gault home. He preached at the morning worship hour yesterday. called extra House. seats in the Kansas 10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1969 MRS. DOCIA MORGAN Services for Mrs. Docia Mor;an, who died Jan. 17, were at [owner's Chapel Jan. 21. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pall- carers were Donald Martin, Fred Breithaupt, Howard and Kenneth Huston, Russell Kinnison and Tilfred Simmons. Dean Zook sang lymns accompanied by Mrs. J. VI. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery members of Daughters Club of Centropolis attended in a group. JESSE C. ASHCRAFT Services for Jesse C. Ashcraft, who died Jan. 18, were at Williamsburg Methodist Church Jan. 21. Rev. William L. Shuler officiated. Pallbearers all members of Anchor Lodge No. 224, AF & AM, were C. W. Robe, Harry Reiner, N. E. Blair, Millard Wren, Elston Decker and Harold Bethell. Masonic services were in charge of Millard R. Wren PM, assisted by Louis Coppoc WM. Mrs. L. T. Pattie and Mrs. S. T. Thornton sang humns accompanied by Mrs. J. E Decker. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. A Better Mouse Trap Is Two When it comes to difficult mouse - catching strategy, Mrs. Lloyd Robbins Sr., RFD 1, Pomona, knows how. "For some time I had been bothered by a pesky mouse," Mrs. Robbins relates. "I set a trap, but the mouse couldn't find ot so I baited and reset it with no results. Finally I set two traps," she said, "result — one dead mouse." Mrs. Robbins said after she found the mouse she started to empty it and found the pest was caught not in one, but both. The mouse apparently was thrown into the second trap when the force of the first trap flung trap and mouse into the air and they fell into the other. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home Dollar Day Special CLOSE-OUT of BEDSPREADS Full Size * Assorted Colors Reg. $16.95 $Q.50 8 QUIN'S Opposite Court House JOK Cotpncr $ CHA1M-.L -DEPENDABLE AMBULANCE SEHVH.E 52SNORTHMAIN OTTAWA, KANSAS Dedicated to Simply stated, this is the principal reason for the existence of our beautiful funeral home — to provide every facility, comfort and fWH MONEY IN THE BANK UP TO |$50JOOO| IN PRIZES [/' /1,010 PRIZES N% 1,010 CHANCES TO WIN SUPER PLENAMINS MONEY IN THE BANK Sweepstakes Come in - get entry blank with all details and enter today! Sweepstakes ends March 31, 1963. Get a 36 Day Supply of SUPER PLENIMANS FREE when you AT OUR DRUG STORE buy the $7.95 Size SAVE $2.59 Our two Registered Pharmacists will fill your prescriptions promptly, economically and exactly as your physician ordered. RANEY REXALL DRUG Downtown Ottawa Free Prescription Delivery 304 S.Main CH 2-3092 Prices Good Wednesday and Thursday • CANVAS GLOVES ,-3 pr. for 73c • FLASHLIGHTS, 2 Cell, Reg. 98c 79c • 21"x32 M STEEL SINK $29.95 Includes 2 Baskets, Faucets and Rim • 9'x 12'RUGS, Reg. 588 • STEAM AND DRY IRONS, 10.98 • ALARM CLOCKS, Reg 2.98 • ELECTRIC HAIR DRYERS, Reg. 7.98 4. 8.88 2.29 4.88 TV ANTENNA, Black or White, Complete 8.88 WINDOW SHADES Asst. Sizes and Colors Up to 54" Wide i '/ 2 Price 56" CABINET BASE '68 Complete with Baskets and Faucets, Reg. 89.95 117 S. Main BUDGE'S Hardware - Plumbing Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 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 6c 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word Me 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 .. $1.50 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks —4 I wish to thank all my friends I and neighbors that did chores and other work, also cards, trips to town for medicine and other supplies while I was sick.—Ray Eaton. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our friends, neighbors, relatives and Overbrook Fire Dept., who assisted us in putting out our fire on Saturday Evening.—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barkley and family. Notices CH 2-2371 VON-GROUP Blue Cross-Blue Shield Enrollment is now open. For further information call CH 2-1779, Ottawa. Male Help Wanted —19 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. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Pranklln Count; Sale Company Cren North Ottawa on Highway 59 Jan. 25 — Mrs. Lee Perkins Farm Sato 3 miles East of Richmond, Kai., 10 a.m. Jan. 29 — Vernon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy ft Farm Machinery, I miles East ft 4 miles South Pomona, Kas. Feb. 12 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Sal* 3Mj miles West of LeLoup, Kas., or 7 miles Northeast of Ottawa, Kas., 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Ovcrbrook. Kansas Every Wednesday. Bvery Friday - Allrn County UT*. ttoek 4<intioo a»« otv Kansas. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 3-1201 Community auction every 'fueiaai night 7 p.m.. 1136 N. Ifaln. community sale every Thtrsdai nigh* U3« N Main ™' f Jan. 26 — Carl Thompson, 110» N Oak, Ottawa, 2 p.m., a room modern house it 4 lots. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Jan. 30 — A. E. Hancock, Farm Sale 4 miles south Ottawa Highway 59 to Rock Creek School, 2'/« miles east. Feb. 5 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Comm. Co., Neosho, Mo. Feb. 7 — Mr. and Mrs. MelvIn Hohertz Household goods, 110 I. Lo. eust, Ottawa, Kansas.

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