The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 26, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, January 26, 1963 News Briefs The next chest clinic will be at Ransom Memorial Hospital on Thursday, Jan. 31. X-rays will be taken Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 28 and 29. Appointments for X- rays are to be made by calling the office of Dr. F. A, Trump. Harry Hough, 615 N. Cedar, has returned home from University of Kansas Medical Center. He is much improved but will be confined to the home for a time. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv U. S. Army Mothers annual chicken & noodle dinner. 75c. Tuesday, Jan. 29, Masonic Temple. Tommy Smith. 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith. 1923 Edgelea Road, Lawrence, won a Design contest sponsored by KCMO-TV, and received a prize which included a telescope. The contest was for 6th grade pupils and required that they draw and color their own entries. Tommy's father transferred from Ottawa to be manager of Lawrence Gamble store. On The Business Side Herald Announces Earlier Deadlines For Advertising By JACK DAY Effective Feb. 1, the deadline for display advertising copy submitted to The Ottawa Herald will be advanced to 5 p. m. two (2) days prior to publication. At the same time the classified deadline will be advanced to 5 p.m. the day before publication except for minor changes, corrections Jack and advertisements ... no longer than vfive lines. Deadlines for these ads and changes w i 1 1 be 9:30 a.m. the day of publication. This move of d e a dlin e s is necessary to meet rising c o m p o s i- Arlie M. Forth, 825 Hamblin. has returned from Topeka VA Hospital where he underwent two operations. He is recovering satisfactorily. Robert Lee Lingo, Garnett, was cited by police yesterday for driving without a valid driver's license. Policemen have charged William L. Williams, Olathe, with driving while his license is suspended. Mrs. Barbara Sieler, Lawrence, filed a divorce action against Ralph Sieler, Jr., Phoenix, Ariz., yesterday in District Court. Senate Bill Would Help Factories TOPEKA (AP)-Bills introduced in the Senate today would increase state aid to Washburn University and exempt from sales tax replacement machinery for manufacturing plants. Both were introduced by Sen. Robert C. Taggart, R-Topeka, Taggart said the machinery bill was proposed by the Kansas Industrial Development Commission. It is designed to encourage expansion of existing plants. Machinery or equipment for new plants now is exempt from sales tax, Taggart said, and the KIDC feels the same provision should apply to existing plants. The Washburn bill would in crease state aid to Washburn from the present $97,000 annually by some $300,000. The bill changes the basis for state aid from $3 per credit hour to a percentage of the school's revenue. Three other bills introduced at the brief morning session would: Authorize an additional 1 mil] levy for recreational purposes for cities and school districts which now are limited to a 1 mill levy Authorize cities to sell park land found unsuitable for parks Repeal a law requiring probate courts to furnish county assessors lists of guardians in estate cases Show On, Clothes Off CAMBRIDGE, England (AP)Five Cambridge University girls will go on public display nexl month clad in G-strings, a wisp of tulle and masks to preserve their anonymity. It's all in the cause of the drama. The girls will play nude tableau figures in a production of the musical "Expresso Bongo." They appear in a striptease club scene. tion costs, to maintain our standards and to avoid a raise in advertising rates. Your cooperation in these changes will be sincerely appreciated. Lee and Ruth Shelden, of Shelden's Men's Wear, attended the IAMAC (Heart of America Wen's Apparel Club) meeting in Kansas City last weekend. Bob White of White's Furni- ;ure and Appliance reports in Rowing terms about his recent buying trip to the Dallas Furni- ure Mart, one of the major mar- cets of the world. Many new ideas and trends in furniture were on display, and a number of these will soon be appearing locally. Max Montague, Ottawa Co-Op this week attended an advancec petroleum short course at the CCA School of Cooperation, Kan sas City. This school is sponsoret by the Consumers Cooperative Association and includes detailec instruction on the servicing o! all petroleum equipment. Pete DeWald has announced tha fie has leased the Skelly Service Station, 224 N. Main, formerly Gilmore's Skelly Service. DeWalc lias been an employe of the sta tion for several years. Bennie Gilmore has not announced his plans. Many local firms have been represented at the recent clothing market in Kansas City Among those recently attending this market are Mildred McKee Lee and Jay Milton, Margare and John Douglass representing the Mildred McKee Shop; June Schultz of June's, and Mrs R. C. Terrill of Ten-ill's Depart ment Store. Another Dollar Day and John Deere Bay has passed into his tory. It was too bad that both of these events were schedule for the coldest day of the win ter. Local stores were loadet with merchandise available a tremendous savings. The John Deere Day program was one o the most interesting in recen years. The E & S Casual Shop, 230 S Main, has installed a new plastic lighted sign on its store front With the unveiling of the new sign the business will change it' name to Eddie's. It will continue to carry the same lines of girl' and women's apparel. Budge's Hardware recently ha completed considerable remodel ing of its front window space. A new lighting system was instal ed in the front windows whicl lights the entire sidewalk area Earl Schmanke, Hubbard Lum ber, announced this week tha his firm has been appointed th local franchised dealer for Pru den clear span frame building: This type of construction afford unobstructed interiors from wa to wall and from floor to roof Standard widths are 30, 40, 5 and 60 feet, and buildings can b any length. Watch for Monday night's pa per. This issue will be devotee to soil conservation and will be packed with information whic will be of interest to everyone Tickets are selling spokesman said. well, Cars Collide At Intersection Cars driven by David P. Schmidt, 809 S. Sycamore, and Kenneth D. Riddle, RFD 4, Ottawa, collided about 11:30 yesterday morning at the 8th-Sycamore intersection. Schmidt was going north on Sycamore and Riddle east on Eighth prior to the accident. Damage to Schmidt's car was estimated at $52. Damage to the other auto was estimated at $12. Averv Sees V Farm Loss ABILENE (AP)—Kansas coul lose $100 million in farm incom annually if rigid wheat acreag allotments are invoked after 1965 Rep. William Avery told a Jun ior Chamber of Commerce dinne Friday night. The loss would come, he said if allotments were dropped by per cent as Secretary of Agricu ture Orville L. Freeman origin ally intended. Resentment shown by whea farmers, however, may cause th secretary to reduce allotments b no more than 10 to 15 per cen the congressman said. Hospital Notes Admissions George Mclntosh, 526 S. Locust: Urs. Vera Boehle, Lawrence; Tracy Cldtfelter, 1341 S. Willow, "riday. James Magrath, 836 Tremont; Mary Hoppe, 409 S. Elm; Danny Young, 1445 S. Elm, Saturday. Mstnissals Mrs. Olin James, Quenemo; ATS. Anna Hughes, Crestview Cursing Home; Lee Casida, 321 W. 4th; Mrs. Ruth Sealey, 730 S. Mulberry; Mrs. Clara Klein, 117 S. Hickory; Mrs. Lee Barnett, {FD 3, Ottawa; Mrs. John Dougas, 1419 S. Hickory, Friday. Clement Leabo, Quenemo; Mrs. Alice l,awson, 932 N. Cherry; Carol Ray, RFD 4, Ottawa, Saturday. AT CONFERENCE - Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Seymour, State Farm Insurance, are shown as they arrived at Denver Hilton Hotel for conference of State Farm Insurance men from Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Conference, which honored outstanding State Farm representatives, was attended by 140 agents and their wives. Negro To Enter Clemson Monday CLEMSON, S.C. (AP)-Negro larvey Gantt is expected to reg- ster at Clemson College Monday, and a number of Negro newsmen will be on hand to record the ivent. Matthew Perry, Columbia lawyer and one of Gantt's attorneys, said Negro reporters and photographers for the magazine Ebony Tiilane Enrolls Negroes NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Privately-endowed Tulane University voluntarily registered eight Negroes for the spring semester, lecoming the seventh Louisiana college to break the for- white-only barrier. The eight Negroes—six graduate and two part-time students- were registered quietly Friday. A university spokesman said he expects several more Negroes will enroll during undergraduate registration next Monday and Tuesday. Desegregation came after U.S. Dist. Judge Frank B. Ellis ruled that Tulane, as a private institution, was not required to accept two Negroes as students. One of the Negroes who filed the suit, Mrs. Pearlie Elloie of New Orleans, was accepted as a part- time student. Tulane, segregated for its 129- year history, previously rejected Negro applicants because it felt restrictions in donations prevented desegregation. and the newspaper Afro-American will be here. Gantt, 20, a Charleston youth will be the first Negro admittec a a white public school or college n South Carolina. He will be registered under a court order. Clemson public relations direc ;or Joe Sherman said more than 100 newsmen and photographers slan to cover the event. He saic a seven-member committee hat been named to advise him on how the news coverage should be planned. Sherman said Gantt is not ex aected on the campus until Mon day. He had been asked abou reports that Gantt, a transfei from Iowa State University a Ames might be spirited onto the campus and register sometime Sunday. Although they do not expec rouble, Clemson officials have asked the state law enforcement division to provide agents to help campus security police and loca officials maintain order. Most of Clemson's white stu dents will not return to th( campus from their mid-semeste: leaves until Tuesday or Wednes day. Only transfer students ara new students will register Monday. Classes begin Friday. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.50 Bedtime Story A Nightmare BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)-A premature bedtime story ended in a nightmare for an 11-year-old boy. Edward Nacol Jr. fell asleep Friday night at a magazine rack of a department store and awoke to discover the store was locked. A passerby spotted the boy dolefully gazing through a plate glass door with an ad aying "keys made inside." Police summoned the store manager and Edward was freed. MORRIS — Funeral Services for Mrs. Nellie Morris will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Monday from the Towner Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Fouts Cemetery. Detroit Loses Young Pitcher DETROIT (AP)—Tom Fletcher one of last year's most coveted collegians, could be'through as a major leaguer at age,20. If so, it cost the Detroit Tigers an estimated |74,500 for two scoreless innings of pitching by the young Big Ten sensation from Illinois. the Tigers announced Friday the southpaw who posted a Big Ten record earned run average of 0.40 as an Illinois sophomore would be placed on the voluntary Guidance Board Names Officers The board of trustees and staff of the Franklin County Guidance ienter met yesterday for the first time as a non-profit organization. The seven members of the board of trustees were re-elected to their present positions. They are: George E. Lister, Ottawa, President; H. E. DeTar, Wellsville, vice president; Dr. David G. Laury, Ottawa, treasurer; Cecil Vining, Richmond, secretary; Robert L. Pinet, Ottawa; Mrs. 0. A. Sigler, Richmond, and Allen Unruh, Ottawa. The guidance center became a non-profit corporation Jan. 1 in order to better expand services to other counties and keep services at a minimum cost. The state has urged centers all ac- cross Kansas to incorporate as non-profit units. The guidance center is the local mental health clinic. It offers diagnosis and evalution, psychological testing, marriage counseling and pre-school mental health check-ups. The staff at the center also deals with parents who have children with problems and with adults. The center's staff is comprised of five members: Dr. Franklin C. Boraks, executive director; Dr. Laury, medical director; Dr. Arthur W. Hoyt, consultant in psychiatry; Arthur A. Shaw, clinical psychologist, Mrs. Ollie Burress, secretary-receptionist. Shelled Corn 1-13 Ear Corn 1-08 Milo !- 68 Barley 107 Oats Rye 81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 20c ... 32c, 25c, 20c Eggs Grade Eggs Hens KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: Compared with last week's close: slaughter steers 50 - 1.00 lower; heifers 50-75 lower; calves and vealers steady feeders to 50 lower good to prime steers 22.75-27.00; good to prime heifers 22.00-26.25; good and choice slaughter calves 21.50-25.00; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-28.00; good to fancy feeders 20.50-32.00. Sheep: Slaughter lambs 50-1.00 lower; ewes steady; feeder lambs little changed; good to prime lambs 17.50-20.00; cull to good ewes 5.00-7.50; good to fancy feeder lambs 14.00-17.50. Hogs: Barrows and gilts to 25 lower; sows to 25 lower; 1-2 190240 Ib barrows and gilts 15.5016.00; 1-2 210-240 Ib 16.25; 2-3 230270 Ib 15.25-50; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib 13.5Q-14.00; 2-3 400-600 Ib 13.00-50; 600-650 Ib 12.75-13.0. Memorial Record CLARK - Eastern Star Services for Edna (Hasty) Clark will be conducted b y Union Chapter No. 15, of the Order of Eastern Star, in the Lamb Funeral Home Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Princeton Cemetery, Princeton, Kansas, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Brave Dog Survives Ordeal An Ottawa pet, a part-Cocker Spaniel named Duchess, owned by Mrs. Virginia Clark, 920 S. Cedar, was injured severely recently, and was missing for about a week, but managed to find her way home under difficulties. After being gone for six days, Duches was found in her basket in the garage when Mrs. Clark put her car away one evening. The animal had found her way home, apparently dragging both back legs, after being hurt, presumably by being hit by a car. One hip was broken and the other leg had two very bad cuts. The animal also had a severe bruise on the head. She was taken into the house and fed warm milk and then was taken to the dog hospital. How the animal managed to survive in the bitter cold weather is a mystery. Duchess has a real pal—the little girl next door whose name is Terry Mavity. Terry said she knew that Duchess would come home because she had said a prayer for her. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Holy Cross 77, Pittsburgh 65 Seton Hall 61, Boston College 53 SOUTH Tenn. St. 80, Central St. Ohio 72 Jacksonville, Ala. St Coll. 91, John Marshall 69 MIDWEST North Texas State 69, Wichita 67 Kirksville St Mo. 91, West 01. 69 Coe 79, Lawrence 75 St. John's Min. 69, Carleton 55 SOUTHWEST UCLA 83, Texas Tech 63 FAR WEST Southern California 66, Loyola of Los Angeles 43 Utah State 88, Denver 62 Washington 63, Oregon 52 Western State, Colo. 30, Colorado Mines 26 Carroll, Mont. 106, Northern Montana 79 West Washington 56, Cent. Washington 32 Oregon Tech 84, Oregon Education 65 Warrensburg State 70, Washburn 59 College of Emporia 93, Friends 86 Ottawa 58, Bethany 57 Tarkio 69, Missouri Valley 58 Kirksville State 91, Western Illinois 69 Evangel 98, Kansas City National 85 FRESHMEN Wichita 80, Enid (Okla) Electrics 70 JUNIOR COLLEGE Coffeyville 82, Chanute 68 Parsons 78, El Dorado 77 Hutchinson 85, Arkansas City 68 Independence 85, lola 65 Joplin 92, Kemper 44 COLLEGE WRESTLING Oklahoma State, 26, Colorado State University 8 COLLEGE SWIMMING Pittsburg State 67, Hendrix (Ark) 28 retired list for one year. Fletcher's pitching arm has bothered him since a few days after he joined the Tigers last September. Following a series of tests at Detroit's Henry Ford Hospital and the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Mian., Fletcher's ailment was diagnosed as chronic venous insuf- fiency. "It means that when he uses his arm, something prevents the free circulation of blood in it," said Jim Campbell, Tiger general manager. "Doctors recommend complete rest." The Tigers said no matter what, all the money paid Fletcher is his. "He's got that," said Campbell. "It's water over the dam. We just hope his arm will come around and let him pitch for us. Right now it's serious." Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results Boston 113, St. Louis 98 Los Angeles 122, Syracuse 114 Cincinnati 114, New York 112 Detroit 113, Chicago 111 Today's Games Chicago at Cincinati Syracuse at San Francisco Sunday's Games New York at Boston Syracuse at San Francisco Los Angeles at St. Louis Chicago vs. Cincinnati at Dayton No games Monday Legato Total Expenditure! 658.41 Balance 410.31 Add Outstanding Wrnti. Bank Balance Cemetery Bal. (Last Annual Report) Feb. 6, Wrnt Co. Treas. .. Aug. «, Mrs. E. Bickerstatf Aug. 6, Wrnt Co. Treas. .. Total Receipts Total Expenditures 4.32 414.93 .1 76.03 . 3»7.98 a.w . 157.77 .$ 533.71 438.38 Balance 108.53 Add Outstanding Wrnts. .. . 36.16 Bank Balance ..$ 141.M January, 1*61 General Feb. 6, Dldde's, office I B.6S Road Feb. 6, M. McClelland, haul.l 36.36 Feb. 6, Dempsey, rep 38.90 Feb. 6, Rantoul Lmbr., rep.. 3.53 Feb. 6, Sin. Ref. Co., gas ... 38.50 Feb. 8, John Cole, wages ... 357.00 Feb. 6, E. Medlen, labor ... 18.00 Feb. 6, H. Caylor, mll.lbr. .. 8.00 Feb. 8, L. L. Griffith, of. ... 15.74 Feb. 6, E. Medlen, same ... 10.35 Feb. 8, H. Caylor, same .. . 10.00 $ 537.38 February, 1962 General Mar. 6, Ottawa Herald, pub $ 33.01 Road Mar. 6 Con. Mat., rock .. Mar. 6 M. McClelland, haul. Mar. 6 John Cole, wages ... Mar. 6 L. Glrfflth, of-mll.... Mar. 6 E. Medlen, same ... Mar. 8 H. Caylor, same ... March, 1M3 Aor. 5, Con. Mat., rock .. Apr. S, M. McClelland, haul. Apr. 5. Sin. Ref. Co., gas ... Apr. 5, Pats Elec., gen .rep.. Apr. 5. Hughes Auto, Reg. .. Apr. 5, Fr. Co. Hi., blade* . Apr. B, Fogle, rock Apr. 5. Dempsay. rep Apr. 5. John Cile, wages ... Apr. 5, L. Griffith, of., mi. . Apr. 5, Ear' Medlen, same . Apr. 5, H. Caylor, same .. . 37.88 34.18 310.00 12.54 10.M 10.68 15.40 8.30 34.59 31.30 5.18 Sl.OJ 36.93 6.93 14.HS 10.00 7 428.48 Anrll, 1062 General Legato (Published Jan. 36, 28, 39, 30, 31, Feb. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1963) NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF VOTERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the books for the registration of voters In the City of Ottawa, Kansas are open during regular office hours of the City Clerk of said City. All persons who did not vote at the General Election held In said City in November, 1962, and who have not since reregistered, all persons who have changed their residence or street number Elnce last registered, and all persons who are not now properly registered, must register In order to be eligible to vote at any election to be held in the City of Ottawa, Kansas. All persons desiring to register must appear in person at my office in the City Hall. Special arrangements may be made for the sick or disabled. Donald R. Capper, City Clerk May 2, H. Caylor, envelopes t 4.70 Road May 2, F. Carswell, c'lvts. .$ 315.90 May 2, Sams Tire, tires . 307.24 Jay 2, Sin. Ref., oil & fuel . 82.39 /lay 2. M. McClelland, haul. 340.50 May 2, Rantoul Lbr., tile ... 1.00 [Jay 2. John Cole, wages . 357.50 2, C. Burnett, labor ... ll.» 2. L. Griffith of-ml ..... 12.40 2, E. Medlen, same . . . 10.00 Jay 2, H. Caylor, same .. . 15.00 * 1,353.23 Cemetery flay 2, Cem. J. Cole, labor. t 11.20 Jay 2, C. C. Burnett, same . 11.20 ~» 32.40 May, 1962 Road une 5, Rantoul Lbr., sup. .» 2.60 une 5, Dempsay, same .. . 12.65 une 5, Sams Tire, tires ---- 187.26 une 5, Con. Mat., rock .... 83.95 une 5, McClelland, haul. .. 686.54 une 5, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel .. 28.02 une 5, John Cole, wages ... 305.20 une 5, L. Griffith, of, ml. .. 14.58 une 5, E. Medlen, same .. . 10.00 une 5, H. Caylor, same .. . 10.00 $ 1,320.80 June, 1962 General uly 3, Ottawa Herald, pub.. I 19.70 ANNUAL REPORT OF TOWNSHIP TREASURER To the Township Auditing Board of Cutler Township In Franklin County, State of Kansas The undersigned, Township Treasurer of Cutler Township, submits the following report of Receipts, Expenditures and Indebtedness, for the year ending December 31, A.D., 1962. Statement of Budget Appropriations and Expenditures General Budget Appropriation $ 690.00 Total Exp. for the Year Under -. Road Budget Appropriation 405.61 284.39 .f 10,000.00 .. 9,211.52 JORDAN — Funeral Services for Mr. Harry Jordan will be conducted from the Mortuary Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. Kurt Juengel officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 Food Short In Japan TOKYO (AP) - Serious food shortages have developed in Japan because of blizzards that have crippled transportation in widespread sections of the country. Helicopters carried food and medical supplies to some isolated communities. Police reported that 37 persons died in the snowstorms that hit Japan's west central coast. Most of them perished in avalanches or in the wreckage of houses crushed by the weight of the snow that has fallen continuously for two weeks. Drifts are 12 feet high in places. Total Exp. for the Year Under 788.18 Bindweed Budget Appropriation $ 41.45 Total Exp. for the Year ..... .91 Under 40.54 Special Mch. Fd. Total Exp. for the Year $ 655.41 Cemetery Budget Appropriation f 600.00 Total Exp. for the Year .... 428.26 Under 171.74 Receipts General Date Rec'd From Whom received Bal. (Last Annual Report) .$ 11.69 Feb. 6, Wrnt Co. Treas. . 447.21 Total Receipts f 458.90 Total Expenditures 405.61 Balance 53.29 Add Outstanding Wrnt 64.56 Bank Balance f 117.85 Road Aus. 6, Mrs. E. Blckerstaff. .$ 5,743.68 Aug. 6, Wrnt Co. Treas. ... 3,467.84 Total Receipts 9,211.52 Total Expenditures 9,211.55 Balance .. -.01 Add Outstanding Wrnts 430.22 Bank Balance $ 430.22 Bindweed Bal. (Last Annual Report )..$ 95.73 Total Receipts 95.71 Total Expenditures .9: Balance 94.82 Bank Balance $ 94.82 Special Mch. Fd. Bal. (Last Annual Report . .$ 1,065.72 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Total Receipts 1,065.72 Curved AUTO Glass Popula^ Makes in Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 DONTLDSE YOUR HEAD! THIS MAN Has $100 Deductible Insurance whose repair bill came to $99.99! • Be SMART *Be COVERED Deductible Coverage SMITH Insuronet ft Bonding Agtney 302 Vsii. Main CH 2-1738 265.0C 384.70 185.25 21.10 317.00 118.58 6.73 . 10.00 . 287.40 . 18.15 . 19.00 . 30.50 t 883.68 Special Mch. Fd fuly 3, Martin Tractor, rpr.f 71.11 'uly 3, Barnett Sales, same. 6.S8 July 3, Dempsay, same . . . . 38.43 uly 3, Fr. Co. Elec., exp. Road uly 3, Con. Mat., rock . . . uly 3, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel . . . uly 3, M. McClelland, haul. 'uly 3, Cannadys, spray .. . uly 3, Johnstons, fuel ..... 'uly 3, H. Caylor, tires .. .. fuly 3, John Cole, wages . . . fuly 3, L. Griffith, official .. 'uly 3, E. Medlen, labor . . . 'uly 3, H. Caylor, same .... Cemetery t 106.11 July 3, Hufford L. Co., crib..$ 19.78 July 3, D. Spencer, mowing. 175.00 1 1M.70 July, 1962 Road Aug. 6, F. Carswell, clvts. .. Aug. 6, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel .. Aug. 6, M. McClelland, haul. Aug. G, Con. Mat., rock Aug. 6, John Cole, wages ... Aug. 6, E. Medlen, labor .. . Aug. 6, L. Griffith, official ... Aug. 6, H. Caylor, same .... Aug. 6, E. Medlen, same .. . Special Mch. Fd Aug. 6, Dempsay, labor i Aug. 6, Sams, repair Aug. 6, Fr. Hlway, bolts .. . 183.60 47.23 510.00 460.00 320.10 20.00 12.15 16.20 10.00 $ 1,578.27 9.57 11.95 18.00 39.52 August, 1962 Road Sept. 4, Dempsay, parts .. .$ 4.95 Sept. 4, Con. Mat., rock .. .. 637.45 Sept. 4, M. McClelland 132.00 Sept. 4, John Cole, wages ... 166.60 Sept. 4, L. Griffith official .. 10.00 Sept. 4, E. Medlen, same .. . I'O.OO Sept. 4, H, Caylor, same •... . 13.00 f 974.00 September, 1963 Road Oct. 2, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel .. Oct. 2, John Cole, wages .. Oct. 2, H. Caylor, haul, of.. Oct. 2, E. Medlen, official . Oct. 2, L. Griffith, same ... $ I Special Mch. Fd. Oct. 2, Dempsay, repairs . Oct. 2, Fr. Co. Hy., same . Oct. 2, Sam's Tires, same Cemetery Oct. 3, O. Spencer mow • October, 1962 Road Nov. 7, M. McClelland, haul $ Nov. 7, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel ... Nov. 7, Concrete ......... Nov. 7, John Cole, wages ... Nov. 7, L. Griffith, official . Nov. 7, E. Medlen, same ... Nov. 7, H. Caylor, same ____ 23.80 325.40 16.00 10.40 13.24 288.84 8.15 51.30 85.58 t 145.03 .$ 175.0* 35800 36.65 322.45 312,20 12.40 10.00 Special Mch. Fd. Nov. 7, Fr. Co. Hy., repairs.} Nov. 7, Martin Trac., same. Nov. 7, Dempsay, same . . . Nov. 7, Ot. Fire Dept., rpr.. Nov. 7, Sams Tire, same ... 73.53 318.27 14.85 5.00 $ 322.85 November, 1968 General Dec. 12, Tallmans, elect. . . .$ 13.00 Road Dec. 4, John Cole, wages . . .$ 313 80 Dec. 4, L. Griffith, official.. 16.00 Dec. 4, E. Medlen, same . . . 10.00 Dec. 4, H. Caylor, same .. . 10.00 Bindweed Dec. 4, Fr. Co. Bdwd, spray. Special Mch. Fd Dec. 4, Fr. Co. Hy., repair..! Dec. 4, Johnstons, same .. . December, 1963 General Dec. 31, H. Caylor, of $ Dec. 31, E, Medlen, same . Dec. 31, L. Griffith, same ... Dec. 31, Royal Neighbors rt.. $ 348.80 Road Dec. 31, Con. Mat., rock Dec. 31, M. McClelland big.. Dec. 31, Sin. Ref. Co., fuel Dec. 31, John Cole, wages Special Mch. Fd. Dec. 31, Dempsay, repairs Cemetery Deo. 31, John Cole, stone .M 35.06 2.53 37.51 30.00 20.3J 30.36 4.00 64.56 115.40 66.60 43.58 204.6* 430.31 4.33 38.16 State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: I do solemnly swear, that the within and foregoing Is In all respects a full and true account of all moneys received by me and expended, together with the indebtedness of said Township, during the full peripd of the year ending December 31st, 1963, and for the full time for which I .should make such statement. 80 help me God. Howard Caylor, Township Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December, A.D., 1963. L. L. Griffith Township Trusts*

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