The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 28, 1963 · Page 8
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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, January 28, 1963 News Briefs Mrs. Ira Allen, Michigan Valley, returned home from Stormont-Vail Hospital, Topeka, Saturday. She is a sister of Arlie M. Forth, 825 Hamblin. There will be no service at City Cab Office Tuesday Jan. 29 from 2-3 p.m. Due to death of Mrs. Adelbert Hay's mother. Franklin County Farm Bureau Rally Night, January 30, 8 p.m. at the I.O.O.F. Hall, 316 S. Cedar. Discussion of State policies and legislative policies. All Farm Bureau families invited Refreshments. Adv. Joe E. Claypool, RFD 1, Richmond, was cited by police over the weekend for running a stop sign. Bernhardt's, enroll now for Teenage Ballroom, CH 2-3696. Adv. Karen Fabert, Princeton, has filed a divorce suit against Billy Fabert, Ottawa. The action was filed Saturday in District Court on a complaint of extreme cruelty and gross neglect. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. GORDON NORDQUIST DARRELL MULLEN Changes In Advertising Staff At The Herald Gordon Nordquist, a Herald advertising salesman the past 2% years, is leaving Ottawa to assume a new position on the advertising staff of the Hutchinson News. At Hutchinson he will be assistant to the classified advertising manager. The move is a promotion for Nordquist. Succeeding him on the advertising staff of The Herald is Darrell Mullen who has been a printer in The Herald's mechanical department for about 10 years Mullen began working this morning with Nordquist. Nordquist will go on his new job Monday Feb. 4. Nordquist, a native of Wiscon sin, is married and has a son, Kevin Gene, age 8 months. Mr. and Mrs. Nordquist live at 808 S. Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Mullen, who live at 1103 Willow, have three children, Dan 13, Rod 11 and Elisa 3. Historical Day At Clemson With Negro Set To Enroll CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Clemson's president called it a historic day for South Carolina as the college prepared for the enrollment today of the first Negro student in its 69-year history. "Whether it's a great day, we'll let the historians say later," Dr Robert C. Edwards told a news conference crowd of about 150 a few hours before Negro Harvey Gantt was to be enrolled. Dr. Edwards, and almost every South Carolina authority, has made clear the state will oppose Gantt's admittance with a U.S. Supreme Court appeal. Clemson is obeying a federal court injunction to enroll the 20- year-old architectural student. South Carolina is the only state which, to this day, had preserved segregation in public schools at all levels. South Carolina's top police officer—J. P. Storm of the State Law Enforcement Division — described the situation as well in hand as the hour for Gantt's arrival approached. Strom's civilian-clad SLED agents were augmented by a large number of uniformed state highway patrolmen. He held meetings with his forces Sunday to review their ments to maintain order. assign- In Charleston Sunday, Gantt heard his minister, the Rev. A. R. Blake, warn that "misunderstanding and division" may come before acceptance. The minister of the Morris Street Baptist Church, where Gantt has taught Sunday School and sung in the choir, said the brotherhood of man cannot be won easily. Plans called for Gantt to be accompanied to the campus by his father, Christopher Gantt, a civilian mechanic at the Charleston Navy Yard, and Matthew J. Perry, one of Gantt's attorneys. Gantt was assigned a room in Dormitory "B." A considerable number of foreign students also are assigned to this dormitory. The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Jan. 21 directed Clemson to admit Gantt, then denied Clemson's request for a stay pending a U.S. Supreme Court appeal. Gov. Donald S. Russell, the Clergy, and business and civic groups have pledged support to the Clemson administration and called for peace and order. State Rep. A. W. (Red) Bethea of Dillon said Clemson students "are scared to open their mouths" about Gantt's enrollment and said the Negro youth is getting "the red carpet treatment." Deaths George Robinson, Robert Young, James Armstrong and Lawrence Williams each paid $65 fines after pleading guilty to hunting out of season. The four men were arraigned before County Judge Robert L. Pinet Saturday. Carlson Critical Of Tax Plan TOPEKA (AP) - Sen. Frank Carlson, R-Kan., today called President Kennedy's proposals to cut taxes without a corresponding cut in federal spending a "political paradise." In a speech prepared for delivery to the Kansas Federation of Republican Women here, Carlson said nothing could be more beneficial to America now than a tax reduction bill. But, he said, such legislation must be accompanied by a clear reduction in federal spending. "To the Republican party, it is irresponsible to keep spending ourselves deeper into debt," he said. Carlson was critical of a number of the administration's international and domestic policies. He questioned actions in Cuba "in which Castro is home free, as a puppet ruler" after there was hope for liberation of the country. He accused the administration of straining relations with longtime allies Britain, France, Belgium, Portugal and the Netherlands by siding with neutralist nations. Carlson said economic growth has slipped since Kennedy took office, and that average unemployment had risen to a 20-year high. Carlson was in Topeka with other state and national Republican party leaders for Kansas Day activities today and Tuesday. WILLIAM F. BEAVER William F. Beaver, 96, Michigan Valley, died early today at a Quenemo nursing home. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Baker Funeral Home in Overbrook. Burial will be in Valley Brook Cemetery south of Overbrook. He was born April 16, 1866, at Orangeville, HI., and came to Kansas at the age of 14. He had lived in Osage and Franklin Counties all his life. Surviving are three sons, John Youth Banquet Sundav Leaves 584 Descendants PORT AUX BASQUES, Nfld. (AP)-Capt. Wilson Kettle, 102, was buried Sunday, leaving 584 direct descendants. Kettle had 13 children by two wives, 65 grandchildren, and 201 great grandchildren and 305 great- great-grandchildren. He was buried in a coffin he bought 20 years ago. James, Portland, Ore; Graviois Mills, Mo., and Paul, Michigan Valley; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Little, San Bernadino, Calif., and four grandchildren. B. H. "JUNIOR" OSBORN Buren H. "Junior" Osborn, 39, Pittsburg, Calif., former Ottawan, died Jan. 23, following surgery for a brain tumor. He was employed by Tidewater Oil Co. at Avon, Calif. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Baptist Church in Archie, Mo. Burial will be in Crescent Hill Cemetery near Archie. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Bonnie Osborn; three children, Gary, Conny and Kelly, all of the home; two brothers, Jack Osborn, Alaska, and Billy Cox, Amoret, Mo.; and two sisters, Mrs. Maye Easterla, Greenwood, Mo., and Mrs. Faye Warner, Lancaster, Tex. JOHN STUCKER Ottawa relatives received news yesterday of the death of John Stucker, 96, formerly of Ottawa, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Benton, Phoemix, Ariz. Services will be Wednesday in Phoenix. He left Ottawa in 1917, going first to Kansas City and later to Arizona. Relatives here are Mrs. Harry Loyd and Mrs. W. W. Broyhill, nieces; Mrs. Pearl Bristow, and Mrs. Florence Cates, cousins. MRS. SARAH E. REED Mrs. Sarah E. Reed, 87, Osawatomie, longtime Ottawa resident, died Sunday. She had been in failing health several years. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Lamb Funeral Home. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. She was born Nov. 9, 1875, at Blairstown, Iowa, and lived in Ottawa many years, moving to Osa- Damages In Two Collisions Cars driven by Judy K. Spellman, Osawatomie, and Charles E. Moore, Wellsville, were involved in an accident in the 1100 block on North Main early yesterday. Police said both cars were going south on Main at the time. Damage to Moore's car was estimated at $100 and damage to the other car at $50. Cars driven by Gail Davenport, Wellsville, and LeRoy Reeves, 904 Olive, collided at the 8th- Princeton intersection yesterday, police records show. The right front fender, rear door and hood of the Spellman car were damaged, and the left front fender, wheel and hood of Reeves' car were damaged. Reeves' car was going south on Princeton and the other car west on Eighth Street prior to the accident. The annual banquet of the Christian Youth Council of Ottawa will be at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3, at Westminster Presbyterian Church, Rev. Leopold Hoppe announced today. Tickets may be purchased for 75 cents from local pastors or Youth Council representatives in each Ottawa church. John L. Smith, professor of religion and philosophy at Ottawa University, will speak. The banquet theme is "To Fill the Emptiness." Marriage License Sylvester L. Hess, 22, Ottawa, and Mary Ann Hornecker, 19, Ottawa. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans $2.57 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo , Barley Oats Rye Butterfat 47, Eggs Grade Eggs 32c, Hens 25c, 1.68 1.07 .81 1.00 42 20c 20c .Of KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 9,500; calves 200; steers and heifers slow, 25-50 lower; choice steers 26.50; good to choice 24.5U-25.SO; choice heifers 24.50 - 25.50; good and choice 24.00-50; good and choice vealers 23.00-26.00. Hogs 4,500; barrows and gilts steady; sows steady, 1-3 190-240 Ib barrows and gilts 15.50-16.25; 1-3 275-400 Ib sows 13.50-14.00; 2-3 40V)-675 Ib 13.00-50. Sheep 500; steady; good to choice wooled lambs 18.00-19.50; high choice and prime 19.00; good to choice shorn No 1 pelts 17.7518.00; ewes 8.00-7.00. Cold Wave To Follow Warmup TOPEKA (AP) up sharply • Kansas will warm up sharply today but it will be a short break. A new cold front is right behind. The new cold front is approaching Kansas from the Dakotas and Wyoming and will be accompanied by northerly winds. However, the air mass behind it apparently is not as cold as previous blasts so the effect will be less. The warm-up began in western Kansas Sunday. High temperatures for the day ranged from 11 degrees at Olathe to 32 at Garden City, then lows dropped to a range of 2 at Goodland and Chanute to 12 at Hill City. Hospital Notes Admissions Floyd Hamner, 403 S. Mulberry, Mrs. George Fuller, Princeton, Saturday. Mrs. Hugh Ather- ion, 122 S. Oak; Robert N. Graham, 5 Brookside Lane, Monday. Dismissals Mary Hoppe, 409 S. Elm; Mrs. John Hall, 809 Hamblin, Saturday. Mrs. Robert Davis and baby daughter, Williamsburg; Mrs. Elmer Perkins, RFD 2; Raymond Davis, 937 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Elmer Moss, Rantoul, Sunday. Willima F. LeValley, 922 King; James A. Baldwin, 826 S. Hickory; Jesse T. Nicholson, 122 W. 9th; Mrs. Coburn Parkin, Williamsburg; Mrs. Karen Lamb, S. Oak, Monday. Highest In History NEW YORK (AP) - General Motors Corp. today reported record profit for any company for any 12-month period. The nation's No. 1 automaker estimated 1962 net income at $1.459 billion, equal to $5.10 a share, or up more than 60 per cent from 1961 earnings of $893 million or $3.11 a share. GM's previous high was $1.189 billion in 1955, the auto industry's best year. That also was the first time any firm ever topped the billion-dollar mark in profits. GM sales last year were estimated at $14.6 billion compared with $11.4 billion in 1961 and the previous high of $12.7 billion in 1960. The record one-year profit for a company was $1,428,736,000 earned by American Telephone and Telegraph Co. in the 12 month ended Nov. 30, 1962. That company has not yet released figures for calendar 1962. In 1961 AT&T cleared $1,284,586,000. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Chicken For School Lunch DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-The Department of Agriculture has announced that Kansas schools have been allotted about 810,000 pounds of fresh frozen young chickens purchased for the national school lunch program. Figured at one-half pound per plate, that's enough for almost 10 J /6 servings per child, all to be served this school term, the department's agricultural marketing service reported. watomie in August, 1956. She was married Oct. 26, 1898, to Harvey Allen Reed who died Dec. 27, 1943. is survived by one W. Reed, 310 Ma- Mrs. Reed son, Harvey pie. MRS. NELLIE M. FLEMING Mrs. Nellie May Fleming, 82, RFD 2, Pomona, died in Crestview nursing home Saturday at 11 a.m. She had been in failing health- three years and a resident of the nursing home 2% years. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Towner's Chapel. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. A lifelong resident of Franklin County, Mrs. Fleming was born Sept. 29, 1880. She was married to Newton Fleming in Oakland community, March 27, 1907. She was a member of HCH Club and of Oakland Methodist Church which no longer exists. Surviving are the widower; two sons, Lloyd Fleming, 1243 Willow, and Merle Fleming, RFD 2, Pomona; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hay, 522 S. Cherry, and Mrs. Eula Milton, 520 N. Cherry; seven grandchildren, and 10 great- grandchildren. FLEMING—Funeral Services for Mrs. Nellie May Fleming will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday from Towner's Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Evergreen Mound Cemetery. MM Cotuncr'S i ( VIM Memorial Record REED-Sarah E. Reed, past 87, widow of Harvey A. Reed and former longtime resident of Ottawa, passed away yesterday in Osawatomie, Kansas. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home, Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Top-Dressing Wheat with Nitrogen Solutions Don't Forget Your Pastures... Pastures are your most profitable crop. For continued high yields Top Dress NOW. There is no price increase on Nitrogen So/w- tion We Urge You to Attend the Annual Soil Conservation Meeting Wednesday, Jan. 30th 555«»* 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 See You WEDNESDAY! WE HAVE FUNK'S G T.. The hybrids with MORE CAPACITY TO PRODUCE Your Funk's G-Hybnds are ready for delivery NOW! 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