THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, February 4, 1963 News Briefs Postmaster T. J. Cummings reports that 70 alien address reports have been sent in. Sixteen countries were represented in this annual report. Ottawa Coin and Stamp Club '.will meet tonight at 7:30 in Ma" sonic temple. Mrs. Ruth Heg- wood, Lawrence, will speak on } the topic, "Numistmatics." ~ Dr. John Thornburg is attend^; ing the Mid-Winter Dental meeting in Chicago, 111., this week. '" Mrs. E. J. Ha.ris has returned ^From Austin, Tex., where she ~ visited friends for several weeks. The Franklin and Douglas Coun. ty Dairy Herd Improvement As'-> sociation will hold its annual ,. meeting at Colbern's Restaurant ~ tomorrow. Ed Call, extension ,; dairy specialist, Manhattan, will speak. Pancake supper, home made sausage 50c. Tnur. Feb. 7. 5 p.m. ;New Hope Baptist Church, 10 mi. ;;E. on 68. Adv. Deaths DON JONES Don Jones, assistant fire chief, died this afternoon in Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka. He had entered the hospital Saturday. Jones was born Oct. 24, 1915, and had been assistant chief here since April of 1961. Included in his survivors are his widow, Doris, and two daughters, Donna and Nancy, of the home at 314^ S. Walnut. MRS. LAURA LUNBECK Mrs. Laura Lunbeck. 84, Greeley, died Saturday afternoon inj the Anderson County Hospital, \ Garnett. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Greeley EUB Church. Rev. James Townson will officiate. Burial will be in Greeley Cemetery. Mrs. Lunbeck leaves three daughters, Mrs. Helen Moritz, Greeley; Mrs. Nelle Eberhart, Kansas City; and Mrs. Ethelyn Wait, Cleveland, Okla.; and one on, Carson Lunbeck, Hillsdale. ; Vera EHithorpe, home man- iagement specialist, Manhattan, _will hold classes here tomorrow and Wednesday for Franklin County HDU housing leaders. The classes will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m., at The Masonic Tem- ~ple. Jon Alterman, 607 Cleveland, posted $210 bond yesterday after he was cited by police for '-.driving with a suspended driver's license, failing to heed a _red light, resisting arrest and "making an illegal U-turn. Clarence Hcizcl. RFD 2, Richmond, posted $50 bond over the weekend on a charge of petty ^larceny. Rev. Thomas E. Ignle, pastor of North Baptist Church, enter ed KU Medical Center yesterday. He is in room 405-D. ~ Alex Murdoch, Edgerton, suffer~ed a heart attcak Monday, Jan. 3:28, and is now a patient at the Gardner Medical Center. -,-v Goss's now carrying R & K -••Originals. Adv. ~» The first in a series of farm ^management classes will be at ,tlO Thursday morning in the basement of the Masonic Temple. Three other classes will be at the Co-Op building on Feb. 11, Feb. 20 and Mar. 1. Wilton Thomas, farm management specialist. Manhattan, Don Brown Franklin County agricultural extension agent, and Rosemary Crist, home economics agent, will teach the classes. Anyone interested is invited. (IRS. GEORGIA L. STRIPLIN Mrs. Georgia Lee Striplin, 57, Kansas City, formerly of Otta- iva, died Saturday at 8:10 p.m. n Osteopathic Hospital, Kansas ity, where she had been a pa- ient 10 days. She had been in 1] health most of the winter. Services will be in Towner's hapel Wednesday at 2 p.m. Jurial will be in Highland Ccme- ery. The former Georgia Bunyan, she was born in Ottawa June 10, 1905, and lived here until 1936. She was married to Wesley M. Striplin, in Ottawa, July 15, 1922. Surviving are the widower, two daughters, Mrs. Irene Ledom, Kansas City, Kas.; and Mrs. Dorothy Van Poole, Kansas City; ;wo grandchildren, one sister, Vlrs. Josephine Wamsley, Kansas City; and five brothers, Bennie, Alfred, Everett and Homer Bunyan, Kansas City; and Roy Bunyan, Pittsburgh, Pa. One son and one daughter died in infancy. I Rev. William Weber, pastor oi ' Calvary Baptist Church, West -_'7th Street, and Bill Close, a lay •; man of the church, are attend: ing the annual Bible Conference _of the Omaha Baptist Bible Col'.' ference, which starts today, will --run through Wednesday. Martin Electrical Equipment Co. : opened today in its new location , at 117 E. 2nd. The company had "*_ been located at 131 S. Main. ~ Ellis Piano Tuning. Phon% CH H2-4431. Adv H; Jim Sands is managing agent ^for the H&R Block office which ;£.is in operation at 201Va S. Main. 1H&R Block is a national income i^tax consulting service. NB ~ The grasshoppers are back. fMrs. Carl Richardson, Ottawa 'RFD 3, found a number of the in- .sects on a potted plant in a win; dow. * Richard Barnes, son of Mr. anc ; N Mrs. Emile Barnes, 433 S. Mul'. berry, suffered third degree burns jjfin an accident at his home at Hor- fton. A deep fryer caught on fire ; Richard, a mail carrier, carriec '» it outside. On the way he slippec iand fell, spilling the hot grease J'on his feet. :',: Graham Has i ' 1 Bout With Flu : DALLAS, Tex. (AP)—Evangelis -"Billy Graham was reported im ^proved today after a severe bou avith influenza. • His temperature rose to 102 3-5 'degrees Sunday but returned to normal today. - "Billy was one of the sickes -men Sunday I've ever seen," said T. W. Wilson, an associate. "We had the doctor with him twice.' Dr. Graham, 44, became ill Sat urday before he was to speak t the Layman's Leadership Insti tute. PRACTICING "MESSIAH" — These five singers and others gathered at First Baptist Church yesterday for first practice of Easter music from Handel's Messiah under direction of Dr. S. Martin Brockway, 429 Willow. Practice session will be every other Sunday until Mar. 17 and every Sunday after that date until Holy Week when presentation is scheduled. Pictured are (back row, from left) Dean Zook, 515 E. 5th; Don Lunger, 718 N. Poplar; (front row, from left), Susan Kelly, 916 N. Cedar; Mrs. Martin Brockway, and Phyllis Foster, 416 W. 4th. (Herald Photo) ARTHUR W. BIAKE Arthur William Blake, 72, 1023 N. Cedar, longtime Ottawan, died today at 8:10 a.m. in Ransom Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three days. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in Towner's Chapel. Burial will be in Richmond. Born Nov. 9, 1890, at Williamsburg, he lived in Ottawa most of his life except for eight years in Wichita. On Feb. 24, 1915, at Richmond, he married Verna Clark who died Dec. 10, 1937. He was a member of Trinity Methodist Church. He was an air conditioning engineer. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Harry Rybolt, 1023 N. Cedar; three grandchildren; one brother, Jess Blake, 403 E. 4th, and one sister, Mrs. Cora Johnson, Richmond Announce Honor Rolls At Pomona POMONA — The first semester honor roll at Pomona High School list 7 girls and 10 boys. Girls took 6 out of 7 high honor places. Six of the seventeen are freshmen. Winning high honors semester were seniors Terry Heidner; junior Dea Engle; sophomores Jo Anne Beesley, Carol Baker, Anita Clark; freshmen Lareeda Sink and Loretta Neilson. On the semester honor roll are seniors Mary Scott; juniors Mike Lindsey, Gale Lands and Allen Crawford; sophomores Gary Rice Hospital Notes Admissions Juanita Hubbard, Rantoul, Saturday. Robert Home, Pomona; Elmer Louderback, Princeton; Lavern Hadsall, 130 N. Locust; Bryce Adams, Waverly; Theodore Fishburn, Overbrook; Nancy Brown, 633 Willow, Sunday. Mrs. Maggie Lucas, 737 King, Monday. Dismissals Mrs. Everett Roecker and baby daughter, Williamsburg; Mrs. Carlton Pearson and baby son, 515 W. 2nd; Donna Green, Quenemo, Saturday. Mrs. Joyce Erickson, Wellsville; Mrs. James Weidner and baby son, 1016 N. Poplar; Mrs. Glenn Bayer, 1117 N. Sycamore; Guy Carpenter, 701 Olive; Juanita Hubbard, Rantoul, Sunday. Mrs. Hattie Barnes, Osa- and James Baxter; freshmen, I wa tomie, Monday. Jim Trendel, Bill Driver, Rick Baxter and Craig Collins. The third six weeks report lists the same seven for high honors. Those listed on the honor roll are senior Mary Scott; juniors Mike Lindsey, Gale Lantis and Leon Graves; freshmen Rick Baxter. PHILLIP E. REES Phillip Eugene Rees, 84, former Ottawan, died Saturday at his home at Belleville. He had been in failing health for some time Services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Lamb Funeral Home Rev. J. Karl Jones, Belleville, will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery Mr. Reese was born Aug. 15, 1878, south of Gardner. He farmed near Gardner until 1918 when he came to Ottawa and established the Harbison-Rees Motor Co. He moved to Belleville in 1941. He married Cora Turner, Jan. 14, 1903. He was a member of First Methodist Church, Belleville. Surviving are the widow, two granchildren, s i x great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Jake Hayden and Mrs. Edna Gallanaugh, Gardner. Deceased are a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Rees Supernaw, and a brother, H, V Rees. Funerals MRS. NELLIE COLE Services for Mrs. Nellie Cole, who died Feb. 1, were at Denge! & Son Mortuary Feb. 3. Rev Charles P. Knight officiated. Pall bearers were Max A. Scott, Let D. Barnett, Edward J. Neely, Ar thur J. Barnett, Jimmie Richard son and James D. Rowe Jr. Mrs R. L. Stevens played organ selections. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona. Members of Royal Neighbors lodge attended in a group. Must Be Easier Way To Die RENO, Nev. (AP)—An unemployed man was shot to death after he held up a gas station and used the loot—one dime—to tip police to the robbery. Jerry Hobbs, 26, who police say made an unsuccessful suicide attempt last week was waiting for officers when they arrived. Police say that when they shouted to him and fired a warning shot Hobbs walked to the door and pulled out a gun. Officer Ron Haskell fired three shots, one of which caught Hobbs in the throat. He died in a hospital a short time later. The station attendant, Doug Penrod, 21, said Hobbs demanded and got a dime, then gave it back to him with instructions to call police. Penrod quoted Hobbs: "I hope they do a good job when they get here." Makeup games this afternoon at Olathe kicked off a big week of basketball for Ottawa junior and senior high schools. The junior high boys played Olathe to make up for games missed earlier because of weather. The Ottawa high Freshmen will participate Thursday in an Eastern Kansas League freshman tournament, the place to be announced. The Olathe varsity team comes to Ottawa Friday night for an EKL game at which Ottawa's Queen of Courts will reign. On Saturday morning at 10, the Ottawa sophomores will play at Emporia. On Saturday night, Ottawa High's varsity teams will play at Lawrence. Chilly Night Out For Girls LAWRENCE, Kan (AP)-Thirty three Lawrence Girl Scouts camped out on a levee of the Kansas River Saturday night when the temperature dropped to 11 degrees above zero. The girls said it was great fun. Only their toes and noses got cold. They had sleeping bags and tents and wore their dads' long underwear. The chill created ravenous appetites, and for breakfast the girls devoured sausages, pan cakes, oatmeal and cocoa. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)—Kansas traffic death log: 48 hours to 9 a.m. Monday—3 For February—4 For 1963-25 Comparable 1962 period—39 DUE? Have You Checked With SMITH Insurance & Bonding T ust Phone CH 2-1738 OHS Notes Plan Baptist Training Conference WELLSVILLE - Virginia Chesbro, chairman of the board of Christian education, and Leroy Price, Sunday School superintendent of the Wellsville Baptist Church, announced jointly the leadership training conference ol the Miami Baptist Association to be at the Wellsville Baptist Church. It will be on three consecutive Monday nights, beginning Feb. 4 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. At workers in the Wellsville Baptist Church have been urged to take advantage of this training con ference. The subjects to be taught by the following teachers indicate the scope of leadership training to be covered by this conference: "Opening the Bible to Chil dren," Mrs. 0. D. Garrett, Wells ville; "Our Church Plans For Missionary and Stewardship Edu cation," Mrs. Hugh Cramer, Wells ville; "Teaching Adults," C. E Farley, Olathe; "Guiding Youth in Christian Growth," Mrs. Ralph Haney, Princeton; "How The Bi ble Grew," Dr. W. H. Dickinson district missionary. Following each night of the con ference, a fellowship hour will be in Fellowship Hall. Removing Enterprise Crankshaft Representatives of the Enterprise Engine Co., Oakland, Calif., are here supervising the removal )f the crankshaft from one of he city's Enterprise dual - fuel ingine-generators in the electric ight plant. The crankshaft developed a rack which caused damage to a rearing a few weeks ago. The crankshaft is to be ship>ed to the plant at Oakland where ompany mechanics will finish >reaking the shaft to determine F there may have been a flaw in he metal which resulted in the rack. There is no equipment here or braking a crankshaft of that :ize. The new Enterprise engine is n operation, Don Hamilton, su rerintendent of the water and ight department, said today. This afternoon the machine is out of service for some alignment check- ng, but it will go back into operation this evening. The engine which has the crack ed crankshaft had been used as a stand-by machine, since its purchase in 1957, up until about nine months ago, when it was put into use as a base machine, operating full time during the load hours :hrough the day and up until midnight, generating electricity along with the plant's other steam generators. Marines Killed In Car Crash HAVELOCK, N.C. (AP)- Four Marines were killed when the speeding car in which they were riding struck a tree and ran into a canal near here Sunday night, the Highway Patrol reported. They were identified as Pvt. Donald L. Patterson, 19, Rt, 2, Winfield, Kan.; Pvt. William E. Ruger, 21, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Lance Cpl. Alan A. Fassler, Davis, Calif., and Cpi. William E. Whitaker, 20, Kingsville, Tex. They were stationed at the nearby Cherry Point Marine Air Base. Never Got Out With The Loot KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)-A 28-year-old bandit was found today hiding in the basement store room of a Katz Ding Co. store where he had filled a mail sacl with several thousand dollars o loot. Flushed from his hiding place was Lawrence Young, Kansas City, Kan., a Negro now free on bond in an attempted burglary case. The bandit forced John Brack en, the manager, to open three safes of the store late Sunday night. A burglar alarm was se off. Young dropped the sack o loot when he was sighted by a patrolman. Police surrounded the building and painstakingly searched twi other buildings before locating thi bandit with the help of Champ, a Doberman Pincer. Memorial Record REES - Phillip Eugene Rees, past 84, former resident of Ottawa, passed away Saturday at Belleville, Kan. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home, Tuesday at 1:00 o'clock, Rev. J. Karl Jones, of Belleville, officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Six Survive Desperate Jump Into Sea GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) - Six of nine fishermen who tied themselves together and leaped into a boiling sea when their trawler sank told today of the ordea which claimed the lives of three companions. They were in the gulf of Mexico about 40 minutes before a Coas Guard cutter, hampered by 25-fooi waves could pull them to safety In all, eight men lashed together with a rope were hoisted from the gulf about 25 miles offshore Sunday by the Coast Guard cut ter Nike. Two of the eight were dead. The body of a ninth crewman, who had been knocked off the line dur ing the rescue operation, was re covered several hours later. The dead were Willard Hull, 44 and Archie Wilson, 41, both o Pensacola, Fla., and Wesley El Haslett, 35, of Theodore, Ala. The skipper, Max Alford, 43 suf fered broken ribs. The men had been aboard tin 57-foot Sea Horse, out of Bayou La Batre, Ala. She left that port Saturday. Smith said the trawler bega snipping water about 6:30 p.m that day. A gale-like north wind hit them that night, and the Sea Hourse headed for port. After the Nike showed up a 2:50 a.m. Sunday, the crewmen with lifebelts on, lashed them selves together and went over board seconds before the Sea Horse sank. Marriage License Victor W i 1 h o i t e, 30, Ottawa and Carol Dorsey, 25, Ottawa, Chester L. Wallack, 21, Lamed and Joycelyn Cade, 22, Quenemo Alan J. Schwartz, 19, Ottawa and Anna Marie Adcock, 19, Ot tawa. People In The News By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Rev. Philip R. Magee reminded the congregation at New York City's Fifth Avenue Presby erian Church of the long time hey've been without major daily newspapers as the New York City newspaper blackout entered its ninth week. The Rev. Mr. Magee referred in his sermon to stories on religion in newspapers. He mused, then said: "Newspapers were daily documents issued in the distant past." Former Queen Dina of Jordon lew to Amman from Cairo for he first visit with her daughter in six years. King Hussein divorced Dina, his first wife, in 1957. The child, Princess Aaciya, is 6. The king's second wife, Antoinette Gardener, an English girl reportedly used her influence to get Hussein to soften his opposition to Dina seeing her daughter. Kitty Walters of London switched on her clothes drier in the Essex village of Marks Tey and the house blew up. She and her husband, Richard, buried beneath blazing rubble, were pulled to safety by neighbors. The blast was blamed on seeping gas. Mild Weather To Continue TOPEKA (AP) — Mild weather spread across Kansas Sunday, boosting temperatures higher than normal. The warming brought a break from bitter cold weather that gripped the state through most of January. High temperatures today were expected to be in the 60s in most areas with lows tonight in the 30s. Highs Sunday ranged from 38 at Lawrence to 65 at Goodland with early morning lows from 31 at Wamego to 38 at Russell. High cloudiness was general over the state early today and will continue. No precipitation is expected. Temperatures will again reach into the 60s Tuesday. There is more cold arctic air in Canada but so far conditions are not such that it will move this way before the latter part of the week. Cite Three '; Drivers After Collisions Cars driven by Leslie D. Hem- pie, 716 S. Mulberry, and Lester Lanier, 737 S. Main, were involved in an accident in the 600 block on South Hickory about 2:45 Saturday afternoon. Both cars were going the same direction at the time of the accident. There was an estimated $80 damage to Remple's car and an estimated $10 to the other vehicle. Lanier was cited for following too closely and being involved in accident Cars driven by Clifford J. Rice Jr., Wellsville, and James Christian, Lawrence, were involved in an accident early yesterday morning in the 1600 block on South Main. Damage to Rice's car was estimated at $10. There was no damage to Christian's auto. Both were driving south on Main prior to the accident. Rice was cited by police for driving with defective tail lights and Christian was cited for following too closely and being involved in an accident. Legate Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.46 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo 1.68 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens N KC Markets KANSAS CITY (API—Cattle «.000; calves 250; slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady to strong; cows steady to 25 lower; other slaughter classes unchanged; feeders steady to 25 higher; high good to choice steers 24.75-26.00; high good to choice heifers 24.50 - 25.00; utility and commercial cows 14.00-17.00; good and choice slaughter calves 21.0024.50; pood and choice vealers 23.00-28.6j; choice feeder steers 24.75-27.00. Hogs 5,800; barrows and gilts 25-50 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 190-260 Ib barrows and gilts 15.25-16.00. Sheep 1,800; slaughter lambs 501.00 lower; ewes steady; feeder lambs scarce; choice to prime wooled lambs 18.00-50; choice and prime shorn lambs No 1 pelts 18.JO; cull to good ewes «.00-7.50. (First Published Jan. 28, 1B63) (Last Published Feb. 11, 19631 PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Primary Election will be held in the City of Ottawa, Kansas on Tuesday, March U, 1863, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the office of Commissioner of Finance and Revenue of the City of Ottawa, Kansas; and three (3) members of the Board of Education of said City. Donald R. Capper, City Cleric (First Published January 28, 1963) (Last Published February 11, 1963) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Theodosla Wemmer. Deceased). No. 10-975 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR To the Creditors, Heirs, Devisees and Legatees of Mary Theodosla Wemmer, deceased, and all others concerned : You and each of you will take nolle* that on the 26th day of January, 1963, Robert A. Anderson was appointed executor of the Will of Mary Theodosla Wemmer, deceased, and duly qualified as such executor and letters testamentary were issued to him on January 26th, 1863 by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselve* accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of tiris notice as provided by law, and If their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Robert A. Anderson, Executor of the Will of Mary Theodosla We«- mer, deceased. Anderson Jk Byrd Attorneys for Executor (Published Jan. 26. 28, 29. 30. 31. Feb. 1, 3, 4, 5. 8, 1983) NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF VOTERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai the books for the registration of voter* 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 ic November, 1962, and who have not since reregistered, all persons who hav* changed their residence or street number since 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 mad* for the sick or disabled. Donald ft. Capper, City Clerk (First Published February 4, 1983) (Last Published February I», 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, «l. In The Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of Eva Reed, deceased. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the creditors, heirs, and all others who may be concerned In the 'Estate of Eva Reed, deceased: You are hereby notified that Harvey W. Reed was appointed on January 28, 1863. and qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Eva Reed, deceased; that all creditors must exhibit their demands against said Estate within nine months from the date of the first publication 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 30th day of January, 1963. Harvey W. Reed, Administrator. Winton A. Winter, Attorney for Administrator. Legate Legate STRIPLIN-Funeral Service for Georgia L. Striplin will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Interment in Highland. BLAKE — Funeral Service for Art Blake will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2 p.m. Thursday. Interment in Richmond, Kansas. FINANCIAL For the period from October 1, 1962 FUND Old Balance Airport $ 5,037.99 J Band Bond and Interest 37,532.21 Cent.—Highland 5,801.91 Cem.—High. Per. Res. .. 202.16 Cem.—High. Wai. lot Per Care 330.45 Ccm.—Hope Perpt. Care .. 535.07 General Operation 51,780.01 Library Parking Meter 3,628.84 Spec. Light. (Whiteway) ... 3,464.07 W & L Depart 185,902.63 Pav. Cons. Fd -38,375.78 REPORT To December 31, 1962 Lat. Sew. Cons. Fd. Fid. Con. Proj Sink. Fd. Elec. Lt. Wks. Pkg. Met. Res. Fd. ... Pkg. Met. Rep. & Dep. Fd Pkg. Met. Sink. Fd. ... S"W. Disp. Const. Fd. .. Fire Equip. Fd Utll. & Com. Prom. Fd. Social Security Elec. Lt. Wks Improv. Fd •28,920.51 4,775.21 26,694.72 4,850.00 1,700.50 5,655.(15 794.07 7,488.55 2,529.92 2,611.69 180,742.81 Receipts ! 1,590.00, 86.06 4,721.35 2,556.20 1,156.00 25.00 47,603.30 428.21 7,829.85 181.70 219,668.06 1,011.28 227.66 24,690.00 450.00 15'O.OD 1,333.34 107.32 1,921.71 136.59 Disbu'sts $ 3,341.00 34,742.29 4,015.28 80.935.74 428.21 9,045.38 3,455.72 192,675.45 52,672.02 7,776.50 4,072.15 6,258.09 758.50 159.59 3,336.54 28,993.04 New Bal. t 3,286.90 86.06 7,511.27 4,342.83 1,358.16 335.45 535.07 18,447.50 3,413.31 190.05 212,895.24 -90,036.52 •36,697.01 030.72 51,384.72 5,300.00 1,850.00 730.30 35.57 7,595.87 4,292.04 411.74 151.740.77 TOTALS $464,761.07 $315,873.58 $431,665.59 $348,969.04 Balance In Banks $464,761.07 TRUST AND RESERVE FUNDS: Cem.—High. Perm. Res. ...$ 18,000.00 Cem.—High. Wai, Per. Care 2,000.00 Cem.—Hope Perp. Care 8,200.00 W. & L. Reserve 100,000.00 Park. Met. Reserve 8,500.00 TOTAL— Trust and Reserve Funds $136,700.00 LIABILITIES BONDS PAYABLE BY C1TY-AT-LARGE: Flood Control $630,000.00 Parking Meter Rev. Bonds 45,000.00 Plant Construction 28,000.00 Armory 6,000.00 Harrison Lincoln Sewage District ... 4,098.00 Paving & Sewer Improvement Bonds . 400,426.76 BONDS PAYABLE BY EARNINGS OF: Water & Light Utility 570,000.00 348,969.04 $ 18,000.00 2,000.00 8,200.00 100,000.00 8,500.00 $136,700.00 TOTAL $1,692,524.76 I, Maude F, Kinnlson, Treasurer of the City of Ottawa, Kansas do hereby certify that the foregoing statement is correct. Signed: Maude F. Kinnison •ubscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of January, 1963. Conald B. Capper, City Clerk SALE DATES Print:) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction ever; metae>> night 7 p.m.. 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Taertdai night. 1136 N Ualn. Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. S — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Comm. Co., Neosho, Mo. Feb. 4 - S. F. C. it Mrs. Hohertz Household goods, 110 8. Locust, Ottawa, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—M. Ottawa RFD 4. franklin County Bale Company Every North Ottawa on Highway 60 Feb. 8—Gerald Lindsey & Mrs. R. L. Prewitt. Farm Sale, 2'/i miles South West of Pomona, Kas. 1 p.m. Feb. 11 — Stocker le Feeder Bale at Franklin County Sale Barn, 1 mile North, Ottawa, Kansas on Highway Feb. 12 — Kenneth Coffman Farm Bale 3'.i miles West of LeLoup, Kas. or 7 milei Northeast of Ottawa, KM.. 1 p.m. Feb. 14—Floyd Carter Est., 4V4 milea Northwest of Lane, Kas., 1 p.m. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Uveitock tale, Overbrook. Kaiuai Every Wednesday livery Prtday - Allra County Live. «toe» 4jp»'or '1». cit» Raniai Feb. 5 - W. O. Cain. Two 80-»ere p.*. turei, One, >/i mile north: of PO. moo*, and one, l milt north Pomona.
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