The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 2, 1963 · Page 6
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, February 3, 1063 News {The family of Mrs. Nellie Cole request no flowers for the funeral Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Dengel & J$on Morutary and suggests that contributions might be made to the Crippled Children's fund, Shrine Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Bill Hysom, University of Kansas senior and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hysom, came home from Colorado last evening by air lift with one leg in a cast. He sustained the leg fracture Monday evening, at the end of the first clay's skiing in the Loveland Basin during mid • semester vacation. Both leg bones were broken just above his ski boot. He was taken to a Denver hospital for treatment. He will continue with his last semester's work at KU. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 24431. Adv. ; Members of the executive committee of Sweet Adelines, Marais des Cygnes chapter, met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Shirley McAnarney to set up the chapter by-laws for 1963. Committee members present were Marge Ott, Katherine Hamilton, Joan Smith, Lettie Louderback and Betty Murray. I Oren K. Keller, 708 S. Oak, was cited by the police yesterday for being drunk in public. He posted £50 bond. Frederick R. Wood, RFD 3, Ottawa, was cited by police yesterday for speeding 45 in a 30 mile zone. * The Ottawa Police Department's crime record for January listed one burglary, two cases of larceny involving $50 or more, five ^ases of larceny involving under $50 and two juvenile cases. One of the juvenile cases was referred to the court and one youth was released by the police. Civil Rights Attorney Faces Trial ••JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-Award- winning civil rights attorney William L. Higgs faced prosecution today on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Police arrested the 28-year-old white Mississippi native Friday night after a runaway youth "from a Northern state" accused Higgs of unnatural sexual acts. Higgs was released on $500 bond. , Higgs, a graduate of the University of Mississippi and the Harvard Law School, was one of five attorneys handling legal matters for James H. Meredith, Negro student at Ole Miss. He also initiated the congressional campaigns for two Negroes last sum- Bier. : The arrest came only hours after Higgs filed a federal court suit seeking the admission of another Negro, Dewey Greene Jr., to the university. : If the trial is held Feb. 11 as tentatively set before Hinds County Judge Russel Moore, it would precede by one day Higgs' receipt Of the 1963 Florida Lasker Civil Liberties Award at a New York banquet. ; Deaths MRS. CATHERINE BRUMMEL - Mrs. Catherine (Mersman) Brummel, 74, a lifelong resident of north Anderson County, died in Anderson County Hospital, Garnett, Feb. 1. She was being treated for a third stroke, suffered Jan. 24. Services will be Monday at 9 a.m. in Holy Angels Church, Garnett. Burial will be in St. Boniface Cemetery. Rosary will be recited tonight and Sunday night at Farris Funeral Home, Garnett. : She had been cared for at McLeod nursing home, Garnett, for several years. She was the widow of Herman Brummel who died in 1931. Nine of the 13 children born to the couple survive, also many grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. MRS. ANNA MTHAUGHN Mrs. Anna May Haughn, 87. died Jan. 38, at Ft. Collins, Colo., where she lived with her daughter, Mrs. Ada Grossman, formerly of Centropolis. Graveside services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Oak Hill Cemetery, Lawrence. Rev. Oryille Emory, Ft. Collins, will be in charge. The Hej-aJd pays |5 every week for the best newt tip turned in by • TESTING AT HERALD SITE — Two employes of Wichita Chemical & Testing Laboratories take split tube samplings of grounds on which new Ottawa Herald building will be built. Samplings show consistency of ground and test will show how much building will settle. New building is expected to be finished in October. Pictured are Rex Hughes (left), and Wes Edington, both of Wichita. (Herald Photo) On The Business Side See Billion Increase In Consumer Purchases Jack By JACK DAY An expected $365 billion is expected to be spent this year by consumers for goods and services, reports McGraw • Hill's department of economics. This is an increase of $9 billion over 1962. According to the latest survey of Consumer Buying Intentions, conducted by the U. S. Bureau of the Census, Consumer plans to * ' purchase autos and major household goods remain strong, and consumer confidence is improving. This attitude may cause the American public to step up its expenditures for goods and services in the months ahead. Mr. and Mrs. Max Roush arrived Monday at the Hotel del Coronado at Coronado. Calif., to attend the 1963 All-Star Sales Conference of the Victory Life Insurance Company. Roush represents The Victory Life Insurance Company in this area, and during the past 18 months has been one of the Company's outstanding producers of new business, thereby qualifying for the 1963 All-Star Conference. Home Furnishings Daily reports that National Retail Furniture Association members were told that furniture retailers should become more familiar with good design, de-emphasize price selling and avoid cluttered showrooms. Sylvain Heuman, of Metropolitan Furniture Manufacturing, urges retailers to take advantage of design and use it as a nucleus for better merchandising. He said, "Through intelligent merchandising or design, retailers can increase markup, increase the average sale, increase the total sale and increase profits." Morris Futorian, president, Futorian Manufacturing Co., stated that "too often, showrooms are cluttered with all kinds of goods, and little thought is given to imaginative groupings to catch the consumer's eye. It's true that consumers are more sophisticated today, but they still need some help in decorating, and that's what you should be giving them." Automobile OK Stickers in conjunction with the Kansas Highway Patrol, will again be available this year at the following locations: Bob White Motor Co , Crites Conoco Service, Minnick Motor Co., Moore Chevrolet-Olds., Inc., and Robertson Motor Co. We urge you to get your new black and gold OK sticker soon and avoid delay in a traffic check. And now we have heard everything — Banking magazine reports that enterprising banks are making handsome profits by gift wrapping and selling money. This last Christmas one bank on the East Coast had 17 items for sale and a money store in its lobby to handle sales. One of their most popular items was a ring of money. This was any denomination of a bill folded into a wearable ring and packaged in a plastic ring box. The dollar amount on the bill show- ad u the signet. Thit bank i» AT HOME SHOW — Three Ottawa couples are shown at mobile home show in Elkhart, Ind. The show was held for dealers of Richardson Homes with headquarters in Elkhart. Pictured (from left) are Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baxter, 935 Willow; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Todd, 1535 S. Main, and Mr. and Mrs. Hcyward G. Rislcy, Emporia. ported that thousands of these rings were sold. Money corsages also were made of any combination of a minimum of three bills. Other unique money selling items used included: bucket of money; pound of money ($5 in new coins in a plastic box); box tie of money; bird of money (any bill folded into a bird that can move its wings); treasure chest of money (attractive chest that could be used as jewel box, etc. All this must prove something—maybe if you can't spend your money — wear it. Funerals MRS. MINNIE K. GUY Services for Mrs. Minnie K. Guy, who died Jan. 29, were at the Lamb Funeral Home Feb. 1. Rev. William R. Weber officiated Pallbearers were Evan McKoon, Donald Meinig, Eldon McKoon, Albert McKoon, Albert Beatty and Raymond Carey. Hymns were sung by Mrs. Harry Kratt, Mrs. Eddie Boyer, Mrs. Lawrence Wright and Mrs. Earl Richardson, accompanied by Mrs. J. R Henning. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery. No Red Cuba In Singapore KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya (AP) — The government of Singapore announced today the arrest of 97 persons in a move to prevent what it called the establishment of "a Communist Cuba in Singapore." Internal Security Minister Dato Ismail Abdul Rahman said the arrests were made in an operation aimed at Communists and subversives. Kerr Left No Will On Millions WASHINGTON (AP)-Robert S. Kerr's attorney says the late sen ator apparently never got around to making a new will and his estate may be liable to heavy federal and Oklahoma inheritance taxes. William Amory Underbill, the senator's Washington attorney and longtime friend, said Friday that the only will that has turned up was made in 1939 when the Oklahoma oilman was worth much less—"possibly a half million dollars"—than when he died. The Democratic senator's personal fortune was estimated at $35 million to $50 million when he died in a Washington hospital Jan. 1. Underbill said he had talked with Kerr many times about making out a new will, and four or five actually were drafted to take advantage of tax-saving charitable gifts and trusts allowed by the law. But Kerr never signed them, he said, "because he always brought up something new he wanted included." Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP) - Kansas traffic- death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Saturday—2 For February—2 For 19G3—22 Comparable 1962 period—35 Marriage License John H. Arnett Jr., 28, Topeka, and Germaine F. Hunsinger, 24, Ottawa. Joseph Schawang, 19, Falls City, Neb., ant Cheryl L Taylor It, Ottawa. Soybeans $2.44 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo 1.68 Barley Oats . Rye 1.07 81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens 0] Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home OES Entertains Special Guests A number of officers of the Grand Chapter of Kansas, Order of the Eastern' Star, several worthy matrons and worthy patrons of chapters of this area, one grand representative, a grand chapter committeeman and two district aides were guests of Union Chapter No. 15, Ottawa Friday night, the occasion being the official visit of the worthy grand matron, Mrs. Bernadine Russell, of Climax. The meeting was held in Masonic Temple. Grand officers present were, in addition to the worthy grand matron: LaVerne Spears, Rossville, worthy grand patron; Miss Gertrude Verna Gough, Topeka, grand secretary; Mrs, Ruth Larson, Rossville, grand Ruth; and Mrs. H. R. Webster, grand trustee. Past grand matrons and past grand patrons present were: Mrs. Rebecca May Crask, Topeka; Miss Gough; Mrs. Webster; and Richard Farris, Garnett; Other guests included Harold Ward, Waverly, a grand chapter committeeman; Mrs. Pauline Woods, of Lawrence, a grand representative; Mrs. Edna Moore, Waverly, district aide of District 14; Mrs. Edith Chambers, Lane, district aide of District 7; and husbands and wives of several of the special guests. Worthy matrons and worthy patrons of chapters at Quenemo, Williamsburg, Eudora, DeSoto and Garnett also attended. During the introduction of the worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron, Miss Gladys Anthony, Ottawa, sang "A Flower of Memory," with Mrs. James Kilgore as organist, and the two grand officers were escorted to the east. Other grand officers were introduced and also escorted to the east. Following the introductions, the officers of Unior Chapter exem- plified the ritualistic work of the order. Mrs. Elaine Smith, of Quenemo sang "Hold Thou My Hand, Oh Lord." She was accompanied by Mrs. Kilgore The worthy grand matron and worthy grand patron were presented honorary memberships in Union Chapter by Mrs. Roy Donart and Clarence Rea, associate matron and associate patron. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown presented the two grand officers with monetary gifts from Union Chapter. Before the meeting a banquet, sponsored by the Ottawa Past Matrons club was served in the dining room of the Masonic temple. Women of the Social Order of Beauceant served the dinner. Arrangements for the banquet were made by Mrs. Fred Doman and Mrs. C. Raymond Smith. The banquet decorating com mittee members were Miss Lanah Cameron, chairman, Mrs. Julius Raffelock, Mrs. Isabel Jacobsen and Mrs. Doman. Tables were decorated with runners of green ery and red roses, brass candelabra with red tapers, and red roses in crystal bowls. Following the meeting a social hour was held. Mrs. 0. C. Curby was chairman of the refreshments committee. Other members were Mrs. Don Sellers, Mrs. Lyle Hanes, Mrs. Jay Brown, Miss Nancy Lollar, Mrs. Clarence Rea and Mrs. LeVerna Dellinger. The serving table was decorated by Mrs. Hanes and Mrs. Brown. A gold satin table cloth under gold net was used in the serving table. The centerpiece of white gladioli and yellow snapdragons in a white pottery bowl was used, and white tapers in white pottery holders were entwined with white grapes. Mrs. Webster was hostess at the serving table, and Mrs. Kenneth Norton had charge of the guest book. More than 100 were present. Library Notes Furniture Repair Outlined In Books By NELL BARNABY Librarian Taking the finish off a piece of furniture may not be the most fun in the world, but books at the Carnegie Free Library are full of suggestions which will make the job easier. "Furniture Ref i n i s h i n p at Home," by Nina Joyner, is an excellent manual which gives step by - step pointers for the nonprofessional. Antique furni- jre repairing NELL and refinishing is covered in M Campbell Lorini's "How to Restore Antique Furniture." Robert Scharff, in his "Complete Book of Wood Finishing," includes such practical pointers as repairing blistered veneer, reclaiming old paint brushes, applying fast-drying lacquer, and dozens of other useful tips to make your wood finishing easier and more successful. Other helpful titles include Trains Collide, Killing Three HANNOVER, Germany (AP) Two trains collided head-on near here Friday night, killing three persons and injuring 19. The German Railways said today the Hannover-Linden train went through a stop signal, caus iqg the collision. COLE — Funeral Services for Mrs. Nellie Cole will be conducted from the Mortuary Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona. The Family requests no flowers and suggests donations be made to the Crippled Children's Fund, Shrine Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Ph. CH 2-2323 "How to Restore Antiques," by Raymond Yates; "Furniture, Furniture Finishing, Decoration and Patching," by Albert Pattou; Wood Finishing and Painting," by Arthur Wakeling, and "How to Finish or Refinish Your Furniture," by Kay Hardy. Hospital Notes Admissions Nova Hodson, 835 S. Hickory. Donna Lee Green, Quenemo; Nora Elsie Ferguson, 614 Walnut, Fri day. Dismissals Floyd W. Hamner, 403 S. Mul berry; Mrs. George Fuller, RFD 1. Princeton, Saturday. ARRESTED IN BANK ROBBERY - Mrs. Gerald Maiden, 18, bride of 11 days, was brought to a Chicago police lockup by federal agents after her arrest in $9,778 robbery of a Gary, Ind., bank. Girl was seized after her husband, Gerald Lee Molden, 20, of Hammond, Ind., gave tip to the Hammond sheriff. 79 Killed In Plane Collision ANKARA, Turkey (AP)—Search crews sifted through charred debris today for victims of an air collision that plunged two flaming planes into the city's crowded main square, killing more persons on the ground than in the air. The crash Friday, worst disaster of its kind in Turkish history, killed 79 persons—62 of them on the ground. Nearly 200 were injured, about half of them critically. Five Americans were among the dead. They included Paul Dragnic, 18, a Fulbright student from Nashville, Tenn., and son of a Vanderbilt University professor. The others were identified as C. W. Bartholomew, Miss Caroline Hopp, Robert Pritchard and Donald Wahl. Their home towns were not available here. In Minnesota, friends of Miss Hopp said she attended American University in Beirut, Lebanon, and was the daughter of Prof. Ralph Hopp of the University of Minnesota. He is now in Turkey with his wife. The two planes—a passenger airliner and a military plane- collided nose to nose in a cloud bank. There were 17 persons aboard the two planes. The passenger plane was a Middle East Airlines jetrprop Viscount carrying 11 passengers, and a crew of three. It was preparing to land in Ankara. Five passengers were American. Additional Sports Pope Has Bad Cold VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope John XXIII, stricken with anemia and a stomach disorder last fall, appeared today to be suffering from a bad cold. Persons who attended a Candle- mas ceremony in the Vatican's Clementine Hall said the pontiff seemed poarse and suffering from an irritation of the nose and throat. The pontiff, 81, received the customary gift of candles, and announced that for the first time he would send some of the specially blessed candles to churches in Communist East Europe—possibly including Moscow. Deductible Coverage? Smith Insiiranct & Bending Agtncy 302V2 S. Main CH 2-1738 Melvern Continues To Roll BURLINGAME - Melvern't Panthers, scoring two points to Burlingame's one, kept their Osage County League record spotless with a 64-32 victory here last night. Coach Gene Otis Panthers held Burlingame's Bob Masters to 9 points and turned their own Wayne Cranwell loose for 22. They opened with a 14-8 first quarter lead and were never in trouble. Jim Lacey added 12 points and Dennis Haworth 11 for Melvern. High for Burlingame was Gene Hotchkiss with 12 points. Melvern also won the "B" game. Burlingame plays next at Quenemo, on Friday, Feb. 8. Melvern will take on Pomona Tuesday night, Feb. 5, at Melvern. Here's the varsity scoring: MELVERN-64: Mochamer, 1 0 2: Gibson, 311; Criss, 402; Lacey, 443; Cranwell, 10 2 2; Haworth, 511; Kramer, 100. Totals, 28 8 15. BURLINGAME-32: Workman, 1 5 4; Markley, 112; Hogle, 0 0 4; Masters, 1 4 1; Seastrom, 101; Hotchkiss, 360; Newman, 100; Wight, 003; Denton, 001. Totals, 8 16 16. Score by quarters: Melvern 14 13 21 16 Burlingame 8 6 6 12 Richmond Tumbles To Welda WELDA - Welda defeated ths Richmond Cubs, 60-40, last night at Welda in a non-league game. Welda took the lead in from the start and stayed ahead through the game with Miller scoring 25 points. Leon Sobba was top scorer for Coach Phil Rose and the Cubs with 12 points. Richmond appeared to be gaining at half time with the score favoring Welda, 27-23, but Welda shot ahead in the third period with 23 points to the Cubs' 4. In B team play Welda won, 4541. Richmond will play at Pomona next Friday, Feb. 8. Here's the Varsity scoring: RICHMOND - 40: Sobba, 523; Pedrow, 3 2 1; Schwegman, 2 0 1; Kueser, 021; Maley, 103; Bennett, 103; Phillips, 0 0 1; Roeckers, 133; Gracey, 030; Cox, 020. Totals, 13 14 18. WELDA-60: Miller, 10 5 3; Tush, 542; Christy, 424; Mace, 5 1 3; Holt, 004. Totals, 24 12 16. Score by quarters: Richmond 8 15 4 IS Welda 11 16 23 10 Nicldaus Leads By 5 Strokes PALM SPRINGS, CaW. (AP) Leaders after three rounds in the $50,000 Palm Springs Golf Classic: Jack Nicklaus 69-66-67—201 Johnny Pott 69-68-70—207 Bob Shave Jr. 67-69-68—209 Al Geiberger 72-69-68—209 Gary Player 67-69-73—209 Gardner Dickinson 66-73-70—209 Tommy Bolt 69-70-71—210 Harold Kneece 66-71-74—211 Dan Sikes 74-68-69—211 Jay Hebert 69-73-69—211 Tommy Aaron 68-69-74—211 Joe Campbell 71-70-70—211 Sam Thirek 71-73-67—211 Bill Casper Jr. 70-69-72—211 Legate (First Published February 2, 1963) (Last Published, February 8, 1963) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of B. Floyd Carter, aka Benjamin F. Carter, deceased. No. 10-954 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE THE UNDERSIGNED, administratrU of the estate of B. Floyd Carter, deceased, will offer for sale at public auction on the 14th day of February 19G3. at the late residence of B. Floyd Carter, 5'/G miles South and 1 mile West of Rantoul, Franklin County, Kansas, beginning at 1:00 o'clock p.m. and will sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described personal property belonging to the estate of B. Floyd Carter, deceased. Household furniture, various farm machinery, Including an Allis Chalmer Tractor, Rake, Plow, Drill, Spreader and many other Items; hay, corn, 5 cows, 5 calves, 3 steers and many other Items too numerous to mention. Dated this 31st day of January, 1961. Mildred M. Higdoa Administratrix Myron 8. Stecre Attorney for Administratrix WWMK f.

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