The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 26, 1963 · Page 7
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The Market Place Where You Buy - Sell - Renf • Trade - Find Jobs - Business Opportunities Legato (First Published January H, 1883) (Last Published January jg lies In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas Th •J"?? ° The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by £lT, r L??r£ ve v a £ w , id a w and ° ne ° f th « neirs-at-law of Paul Deneve, deceased praying for the determination of the «££ i«*»* e Jfc llowte(r dewrtbed real estate in Franklin County, Kansas, to- (22), Twenty-four 81 * <"•>• ln Block • «• « son's Addition to tv 8 Kansas- Ott * w *' Prmnklln Coun- and all other property, real and per?£?' ^SV^"* the «in. owned by M? J£. dh P * u i Deneve •* the ««* of his death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto na or .t«?«i * e , 8t £ day of Feb ™«y IW3, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said dav to said court, in the city of Ottawa Franklin County, Kansas, at which tC and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein, judgment and Mary Deneve, Petitioner Donald L. White, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Published January 12, 1983) (Last Published, January 26, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, 8S . In the Probate Court of said County and State to the Matter of the Estate of Robert H. Prewitt, deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the creditors heirs, and all others who may be concerned In the Estate of Robert H. Prewitt, deceased: You are hereby notified that Neal B. Baxter was appointed and qualified on January 7, 1B63 as Executor of the Estate of Robert H. Prewitt, deceased; that all creditors must exhibit their demands against said Estate within nine months from the date of the first pub- ication of this notice, as provided by law; and that if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, this 10th day of January, 1963. Neal B. Baxter Executor John B. Plerson Attorney • MONTHLY REPORT City Clerk of Ottawa, Kansas At Close of Business December 31, 1862. FUND BALANCE Airport $ 3.286.W Band 86.M Bond & Interest 7,511.27 Cemetery—Highland 4,342.83 Cem.—Hgh. Per. Res 1,358.16 Dem. — Hghd., Walsh lot Perpetual Care 355.45 Cem.—Hope Per. Care .. .. 535.01 General Operation 18,433.50 Flood Cent. Malot 930.72 Spe. Lght. (Whlteway) .. .. 180.05 Wtr. & Lgt. Dept 911,665.63 Fire Equip. Fd 7,585.87 Parking Mtr. Op 2,413.31 Park. Mtr. Sink. Fd 730.30 Park. Mtr. Rp. & Dep 1.850.00 Parking Mtr. Res 5,300.00 Paving Const —90,036.52 Sew. Dis. Pit. Const 35.57 Social Security 411.74 Utility & Com. Pro 4,282.04 Elec. Wks. Con 151.748.77 Elec. Rev. Sink. Fd 51,384.72 Bewer Const —36,697.01 Total Fund Balances .. . .$347,725.43 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Cem.—Hghd. Per. Res. . . i 18,000.00 Cemetery—Highland, Walsh Lot Perp. Care 2,000.00 Cem.—Hope, Per. Care . Water & Light Reserve . Favking Meter Reserve . 8,2<W.OO . 100,000.00 8,500.00 Total Reserve Fund .. .1136,700.00 TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . .$484,425.43 I hereby certify the above statement I* correct. Donald R. Capper City Clerk. (Published Jan. 28, 1962) ORDINANCE No. 2223 AN ORDINANCE MAKING IT ILLEGAL TO STEAL, TAKE, CARRY AWAY OR EMBEZZLE ANY MONEY, PERSONAL PROPERTY OR EFFECTS OF ANOTHER, AND PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY THEREFOR, AND REPEALING ARTICLE 1, SECTION 16, ORDINANCE No. 232. Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That it shall be unlawful for any person to steal, take, carry away or embezzle any money, personal property or effects of another under the value of ($50.00) Fifty Dollars, (not being the subject of grand larceny by the laws of the State of Kansas); any person so offending shall, on conviction, be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine in a sum not to exceed $10V).00, or by imprisonment In the County Jail for a period not to exceed three (3) months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. •ectlon 2. Article 1, Section 16, Ordinance No. 232 is hereby repealed. The foregoing Ordinance was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 23rd day of January. 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper, City Clerk 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 U a.m. Daily Except Saturday - 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word .. (c 3 insertions per word .. 15c 6 insertions per word .. 24 12 insertions per word .. 4Sc 28 insertions per word .. M< Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local I4c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts National I4c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. fl 5 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - SOc extra Card of Thanks Harry Hough, 614 N. Cedar — Thanks his friends for cards, let ters, and prayers of thoughtful ness during his stay at K.U Medical Center. Lost and Found LOST — Female Brittany Spanie Pup. — CH 2-4994. Chet Louder back. Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas — Phone CH 2-4120. Male Help Wanted —19 GROCERY wants young man with some grocery experience — steady work - good pay-Write Box 123 Ottawa - stating age experience and salary wanted Replies Confidential. $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. General Services —29 KNAPP SHOES Lee Carter CH 2-3659 STEAMING, PAPERING, Paint ing. - Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064. US help your business bj LET SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-918 Howard-46. Ottawa RFD 1 Franklin Count; B»l» Company Cven North Ottaw* no Highway U J*n. 29 — Vernon Fitzgerald closing out Dairy & Farm Machinery, 2 miles East it 4 miles South Pomona. Kaa. Feb. 12 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Sale 3Vi miles West ol LeLoup, Kas., or 1 miles Northeait ot Ottawa. Kas.. 1 p.m. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Owrbrook Llveatoc* Sale, Ovcrbrook, Kansas Every Wednesday. Every Friday - Allro County Uv» stock Aact'oo O«« City Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every alifat T p.m.. 1130 M. Main. Community sale every Tbirsda) nlfbt UM N Main Jan. M — Carl Thompson, 11M N. Oak, Ottawa, 2 p.m., a room modern house li 4 lots. Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon. Kansas Jan. 30 — A. E. Hancock, Farm Sale 4 miles south Ottawa Highway 58 to Rook Creek School, 2'/« miles east. Feb. 5 — Night Consignment Horse Bale Neosho Livestock Comm. Co., Neosho, Mo. Feb. 4 — 8. F. C. fc Mrs. Ho- herts Household goods, 110 8. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Call CH 2-4700 advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald Genera) Service; section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 General Services —29 WANTED — Baby sitting job. Evenings and weekends. — CH 2-2350. TRENCHING, Plastic Pipe, Yard Hydrants, Stock Tanks, Stock Waterers. — Underwood PIbg. CH 2-1264. Position Wtd. Women—SO WOMAN desires General office work. Assume responsibilities. References Write Box G 64 c-o Ottawa Herald. Livestock —34 SPOTTED POLAND skinny boar. Weight about 300 pounds. — Williamsburg, W. M. Duvall. SPECIAL Stock Cow Sale Monday, Jan. 28 Starting 1 p.m. Selling 400 to 600 Head. Consignments 76 Whiteface cows. 14 registered Whiteface heifers. 45 Angus heifers. 13 Angus cows. 100 choice Angus 2 year old heifers, OCV., bred to Registered Angus Bull — Start Calving April 1st. 25 Whiteface cows. 29 Whiteface cows. Waverly Livestock SALE BARN Seeds. Feeds, Fert. —86 FOR SALE — Leafy Alfalfa Hay— CH 2-3738. FOR SALE - Prairie Hay. Otto Siegele, Princeton. FOR SALE — Alfalfa Hay. Del. CH 2-5699. Misc. For Sale —40 WALNUT extension table, 6 chairs, 622 S. Cedar. USED Electric Refrigerator. In good working condition, $39.95. Firestone Stores. USED^PhlLCO Washer • Dryer combination. A-l condition. $5.00 down delivers. $1.50 week. Firestone Stores - 127 S. Main. Misc. For Sale —40 For Lantern and Flasher Lighting Units Burress ft Ever-Ready 6 Volt Batteries $1.99 D-Size 2 For 25c 4-Size F-Cell 99c Made in U.S.A. OK Bargain Store Fnrn. Apartments —65 5 ROOMS. CH 2-1167, CH 2-2832. 3 ROOMS — Utilities paid. Outside entrance. — CH 2-3013. WARM APARTMENT - Private bath. — CH 2-2733. Home Furnishings Brand New Studio Divan — Frieze upholstered, Hardwood dry Kiln Frame. — Premier Coil Springs — Choose Rose, Beige, or Brown — Reg. $99.95 — Now $88.88 or pay $5.50 ea. mo. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV ft Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Dresser with Frame Mirror — Solid Maple and select hardwood formica type top — Center Girded, dust proof, Dovetailed construction. — New, but slightly marred. — Just $58.88 or pay $5.50 each month. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture 5 piece Bedroom Group — Offer includes 3 pc. Blond Dresser with Mirror, Chest of Drawers, Panel Bed ... Plus Hadden Hall Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring. — Just 5 pc. $59.95 or pay $5.50 each month. Gambles. 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV ft Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Appliances —50 FOR SALE - 4 year old 65,00t BTU Siegles Oil Heater. Excel lent condition — $75.00. Phone CH 2-5365 after 6 p.m. Siegler GAS HEATER 50,000 BTU Fan and Complete with Controls % Price Malott Hardware TV Sales, Service —51 WESTINGHOUSE TV - 21 inch Excellent condition.—CH 2-2287 USED Philco Home Entertain ment Center-T.V. Record Play er and Radio, $5 down delivers Firestone Stores. 21" Coronado Console Television — 1960 Custom Deluxe model—Front tuning, Mahogany Cabinet — Power Chassis, Sharp Picture-GUARANTEED — $79.95 or pay $5.50 ea. mo. GAMBLES 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Coal—Fuel Dealer —52 FIREWOOD Delivered. - CH 25623. Dogs, Pets. Rabbits —54 GOOD HOME for a pretty yellow kitten. House-broken—CH 2-4623 Good Things To Eat —55 HONEY and Popcorn — Fred Lemon Phone CH 2-3359 Want To Buy HEDGE POSTS lengths. - Willard mona, 566-3403. -56 All sizes, Bitts. Po- ANTIQUE ARTICLES - Fisher'L Antiques, east of Ottawa. Same location 35 years. — CH 2-4687, Business Opportunities —57 FOR LEASE - Modern Service Station with two service bay. Excellent location for highway and local business. Traffic count 1,600 cars per day. For a future, Call Mr. Abbott. - CH 2-3167. For Lease , Former Coca-Cola Building 13,892 Sq. Ft. Including Office. Available Immediately. Call Collect: BA 1-2111 BLOCK & CO. REALTORS 112 E. 10th, Kansas City, Mo. Rooms For Rent —flO MELSO'N HOTEL. Weekly Ratel ^ SLEEPING BOOMS - CH~MM, FOUR ROOM apartment - near new - close in - garage - automatic heat - reasonable rent will redecorate for right renter. CH 2-3915. NICELY FURNISHED Apartments. Private bath and entrance. Well located. Washing facilities. With 1 or 2 bedrooms. Reasonable rates by week or month. Utilities paid. - Call CH 2-2101 or CH 2-5232 after 5 o'clock weekdays. Houses For Bent —66 GOOD CLEAN 2 bedroom. Basement and garage. — CH 2-1429. 2 BEDROOMS, garage. - Claude E. Guy, 926 N. Sycamore. TWO BEDROOM - Inquire at 726 N. Main. MODERN 2 BEDROOM — Carpeting, full basement. 2 blocks Eugene Field School—CH 2-1475. FOR RENT - Two bedroom bungalow. North side, full basement, close to school and bus. Possession about February 1st. — CH 2-5672. Homes For Sale—Rent—67 I ROOM MODERN - Needs decorating, fenced yard—Phone after 2:30, CH 2-4660. Homes For Sale —71 FOR SALE By Owner, 6 Rooms, New Paint, South Side, full basement and garage. CH 21429. THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, January 26v IMS Yes-1 KNOW 6W5AT VEU.A90 , HERMANO* REAP OF MIS IftMCr 1 W MUMAtfg WHERE ARE YOU TAKINO ME, KLUZAt FUZZY M0THE*. HEEAT5 IN THE BUILDING COFFEE SHOP. HE GOES TO NIGHT SCHOOL AT DOWN. TOWN COLLEGE. 3 BEDROOM - Full basement/, newly redecorated. Large Lots. Purchase owner equity and take over G.I. loan at 4^% interest. Payments $79.65 including taxes and insurance, available now. 1414 S. Mulberry. CH 24155. ^ Beautiful new home with finish^ ed garage, birch built-in kit, iVa ceramic tiled baths, full bsmt., with Mr bath, immediate possession. Luther Stevens REALTOR 407 S. Main CH 2-4498 Seymour Real Estate 425 S. Main CH 2-3187 Houses and Farms Choice of many farms, ranches and pasture land.—Business and income property. — Houses $4,750 and up. Several new and near new 2 and 3 bedroom ranch style. HAYDEN TURNER REAL ESTATE Office 114 W. 2nd CH 2-3863 3 Bdrm., Living, Dining, full Bsmt., furnace heat, Garage, Close in. $8,500.00. AL WILLIAMS REALTOR 431 S. Main - CH 2-1167 /^Alexander-Doyen /' "\112E.2» CH2-300J REALTORS New Listing — Garfield Area — 3 Bedroom Ranch — Full basement — $10,000.00. Auto Service, Parts —86 SEE HUGHES AUTO PARTS For Finest Parts and Service. TRAILER HITCHES, Rear View Mirrors, Compasses at Harry Smith Auto Supply. Used Autos For Sale —89 FOR SALE - 1959 Vaxuall Radio and heater. New tires. — CH 2-3168. 1951 FORD 6, Overdrive, good tires, runs good. Make offer. Phone CH 2-5365 after 6 p.m. JX)R SALE — 56 Ford Fairlane, Red & White with a rebuilt 57 312 engine. A-l condition. Scotts Service, 1 mile North on Hi- Way. CH 2-9796. MINNICK Motors EVERYDAY - LOW PRICES 1962 Cadillac 2-dr. Coupe, One Local Owner, Power Seats and Windows, Factory Air, Beautiful White Finish. Low Miles. 1962 Dodge V-8 4-dr., TFlite, Power Stg. and Brakes, Factory Air, Like New! 1961 Cadillac 2-dr. Cpe. DeVille, All Power and Air, One Local Owner and Low Miles. PONTIAC-BUICK :ADILLAC~G.M.C. 201 So. Hickory CH 2-5600 N ME RIDES THE SUBWAY AND GETS OFF AT IO4TM STREET. THISTLE, GOON. STRIKING UP A CONVERSATION^ WITH HIM IS LIKE TRYING TO INTERVIEW THE SHAH OF PERSIA. HES IMMUNE TO THE APPEAL OF A LOW FEMININE ALLURING GLANCES. AND THE FRAGRANCE PERFUME. BUT lU. KEEP ON TRYING, UNCLE PUNKY. ARE VOU BUILDING HIM UP OR TEARING . WHAT'S ALL THAI; HONKIN" . OM,YOUKNOW I HOW IT IS DURING TH'RUSH HOUR, - MR.MUL.LINS- .TRAFFIC 'M SOUNDS LIKE IT WANTS TO NOW, FOR SURE! SORRV, OFFICER! I DIDN'T THINK TH» TRAFFIC TIE-UP IN FRONTOFME WOULD CLEAR UPSO.5L.SOOW.' I wouldn't say anything about Judy's condition to anyone,Nina. Evidently she doesn't want it known. (UJhile you're outl there «ee if you can find that box of baby things.' Okay. Goon as 1 find the paint for the crib. UJhg else would Wallet be painting the crib, Angela? Come to think of it, Fracas, Nina hi* been looking,a bit peaked the** mornings.' NUTS// I OOINEP THE AfcMV FI6HT/ ALL I'VE PONE IS SORT LAUNPRY, SCEUB PAILS, PAKE VARPS, CLEAN BARRACKS AND ANSWER ROLL CALL.' I WANT TO FIGHT/ 1-26 ^ SHOULDA OOINEP THE STAFF AT THE U.N. THEY SEEAA TO KNOW I WAS RESPONSIBLE fon CUPPER'S PISAPPEARANCE OH/ANSIE/I THINK IT \9 WORSE NOW THAT THE WPS ABE STARTJN6 TO SORRY FOJZ. MB! JANE, YOU DID N07HWS> TO CAUSE HIM TO DROP OUT OF 5IOHT.' THIS 15 ALLANACTT&FEEP HISEfia-ORSELL T/CKE75 TO HIS FIUV\T f . ~ "v| f VOU'RS REACTING eXACTlV AS HE HAD HOPED-ANP WHEN HE HAS HIS FREE PUBLICITY HE'LL peop you AS HE WOULD A COLD.: POTATO.' HOW WOULD »1D!DNY VpJJ ICNOW •< MEAN HOW IT PEELS TO HAVE A MAN MICE THAT PUBS— WE GOT STUCK ON THESE SKIS/ NO, WE WANNA RETURN THEM/ WHEN WE GOT 'EM HOME WE FOUND ONE SKI IS UONGER THAN THE OTHER.' NATURAUy WE WILL EXCHANGE THEM.' YEAH, AND THAT'S NQT ALL.' JUGHEAD'S ARE THE SAME/ OM, DEAR- WILL ME BE ALL RISWT, DOCTOR TOM? BACK TO DONNIE, 50 MILES PPOM HOME-- •YDUHAVE A PRETTY SICK BCVONVDUR HANDS HECE, SARAH TOO EARLY TO TELL VET, BUT HE UAS A PIGWT AWEAD OP HIM—I HATE TO SUGGEST MOVING WIAA TO THE f- < ' HOSPITAL IN THIS /THAT BOY WILL STAY WEATHER- ^C RIGHT MERE/ NOU SAY HE JUST SHOWED UP AT \DURj DOOR, OUT OP THE 1 NKSHT-OUTOF /«

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