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10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Feb. 11, 1963 News Briefs The annual meeting of Ottawa Production Credit will be Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Memorial Auditorium, it was announced today by George Anderson, secretary- treasurer. About 500 are expected to attend from the eight counties covered by the association which are Johnson, Douglas, Franklin, Miami, Osage, Linn, Anderson and Coffey Counties. Vincent P. Quitugua, Gardner, was cited over the weekend by Ottawa police for driving with an open bottle accessible to the driver. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. Jean A. Tillery, RFD 2, Ottawa, reported two laker caps stolen from her car when it was parked near Southwestern Bell Telphone Company over the weekend. T. A. Cartwright, 804 N. Sycamore, Missouri Pacific Railroad agent here, has received word that his son, Thomas A. Cartwright, Jr., Houston, Tex., has passed the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy, making him a certified public accountant. Ray Bloomer is in University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas., for treatment. His room number is 401-D. Teenage Ballroom, Feb. 18th. 7 p.m. ICOF Hall, Bernhardt's. Adv. Princeton Community club meeting will be Thursday, Feb. 14 at 8 p. m. Refreshments will be cookies. Mrs. Frank Milner has returned to her home in Verona, Italy. She came to attend the funeral services for her father, Harry T. Jordan and remained to visit with her mother. Her husband is a senior officer in N.A.T.O. His assignment of three years in Italy will end in August and they will return to the state. Others Helped Gut Wood The names of several persons were ommitted in a story in Saturday's Herald on wood being cut for Mr. and Mrs. Gene (Dutch) Reh, Williamsburg. Reh lost an arm in an accident last year. Assisting in the woodcutting were Dale Smith, Clyde Wyatt, Kurt Weigand, Ezra Stewart, Max McClelland, Bosco Smith, Robert Smith, Larry Reh, Bob Wyatt, Everett Roecker, Don Higdon, Carl Taylor, John Bures, Wendell Davis, Earl Higdon, Neil Peed, Ralph Shaffer, W. J. Reekie, Alfred Roecker, Don Pickenpaugh, Buzz Mallory, Lloyd Shriver, Herb Cochran, Charles Peed and Gene Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Reh wish to express their appreciation for the service. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans ; $2.41 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo 1.68 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye i.oo Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens M KC Marked KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 8,-w 500; calves 400; steers and heifers 25-75 lower; choice steers 24.2525.00; good and choice 23.75-24.25; choice heifers 23.75-24.15; good and low choice 21.50-23.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-20.00. Hogs 5.500; all classes steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-250 Ib 16.00; sows 1-3 275-450 Ib 13.5014.25. Sheep 500; weak to 50 lower; good and choice wooled lambs ie.50-17.5'0; ewes 6.50-6.50. To Name Outstanding Young Man A young Ottawa man will be honored by the Ottawa Jaycees here tomorrow night as the Outstanding Young Man of 1962 for his efforts to make Ottawa a better place to live and do business. The young Ottawan will be honored at the annual Jaycee Bosses' Night banquet at the North American Hotel. Bosses Night is set aside every year by the organization to show the group's appreciation to local employers for letting their em- ployes have time off to participate in Jaycee activities. Tomorrow night's event will start at 6:60. The Outstanding Young Man must be between 21 and 35 years old and is chosen by Jaycees who nominate and elect him by mail. The young man who has been chosen for the award will not know he is the honored guest until his name is called by an officer of the organization. Man Hurt In Motorcycle Mishap Lawrence Carey, Lawrence, suffered minor cuts and bruises about 3:45 Saturday afternoon after his motorcycle went out of control on US59 about five miles north of Ottawa and threw him on the side of the road. Deputy Sheriff Jim Richardson said Lawrence told him he apparently pulled too close to the soft dirt and lost control when he left the surfaced highway. Cars driven by Catherine Teeter, Kansas City, Kas., and Mrs. Ida M. Thomas, 230 S. Cedar, were involved in an accident on US59 south of Ottawa about 4:40 Sunday afternoon. Miss Teete; was going south on US59 and Mrs. Thomas was going west on the Greenwood road prior to the accident. Mrs. Thomas was cited for failing to yield the right of way. Cars driven by Mrs. Irene A. Mitchell, 709 S. Sycamore, and Kenneth P. Stoffer, RFD 2, Pomona, were involved in accident at the 2nd - Hickory intersection Saturday morning. Mrs. Mitchell was going south on Hickory and Stoffer, east on Second Street prior to the mishap. There was an estimated $90 damage to the Mitchell auto and $74 to Staffer's car. Hurry And Buy Tag An additional 50 cents will be charged for all auto and truck license plates sold after Friday, Feb. 15, Almeda Sinclair, Franklin County treasurer, reminded motor vehicle owners today. At present there are not many motorists purchasing tags, and the waiting lines are short. The treasurer expects the lines to increase as the deadline approaches. The treasurer also reminded truck owners that tags purchased on the quarterly payment plan must be bought before the Feb. 15 deadline. After that date all truck owners who qualify for the quarterly payment plan will have to pay the full price for tags. Highway Patrol authorities have announced that any vehicle not bearing 1963 tags will be formally charged after Mar. 1. Hospital Notes Admissions James Thornton, Quenemo; Frank Hughes, Cedar House Nursing Home, Saturday; Mrs. Ralph Sand, RFD 1, Ottawa; Bill Baldwin, RFD 4, Ottawa, Sunday; Mrs. Bobby Dale Cook, 320 S. Cedar, Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Leland Chambers, 618 S. Cedar, son, Saturday, weight, 5 Ibs. 15 oz. Mr. and Mrs. William Whiteman, 841 Ash, son, Saturday, weight, 11 Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kohler, Lawrence, daughter, Monday, weight, 11 Ibs., 7}4 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Edna Ransom, 802 S. Cedar, Saturday; John Baxter, Lane; Mrs. Orville Roady, 727 S Sycamore; Mrs. Robert Lewis and infant daughter, 428 Walnut; Miss Christine Chandler, 35 Rockwood Drive; James T. Magrath, 836 Tremont; Mrs. Carl Houston, Pomona, Sunday. Business As Usual For Abe Lincoln's Birthday will be observed quietly in Ottawa tomorrow with businesses open as usual. All governmental offices also will be open tomorrow as well as the banks. Some businesses will close Friday, Feb. 22, for Washington's Birthday, and all federal, county and city offices will be closed, too. State offices may be closed on Feb. 22 but to date none of the local state offices have been notified. Ordinarily the governor declares Washington's Birthday a holiday for state employes, but until the offices over the state are notified they plan to be open. All Ottawa banks will be closed Feb. 22, and there will be no mail delivery. Deaths CHARLES ROBERTS Charles Ernest Roberts, 71, Williamsburg, died yesterday about 5 p.m. at Ransom Memorial Hospital a few hours after he became ill. He had been a resident of Williamsburg all his life. Roberts was a veteran of World War I and was in action in the St. Mihiel drive, the Troyon Marenzo battle and the Meuse-Argonne drive. He was born at Williamsburg Dec. 23, 1891, the son of Charles and Mary A. (King) Roberts. He had been a coal miner and farmer. He was a member of the Methodist'Church and of Leo Santee American Legion Post at Williamsburg. He was unmarried. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Madge Wallace, 908 N. main, Ottawa, and Mrs. Hazel Ramsdale, Chanute; three brothers, Luther and Richard Roberts, Chanute, and Howard Roberts, Raytown, Mo., and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at Towner's Chapel at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Rev. Roy Armstrong officiating. The Williamsburg American Legion Post will participate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. Funerals MARY SHIBE Funeral services for Mary Shibe, who died Friday at Independence, Mo., were at Towner's Funeral Chapel yesterday. Burial was in Evergreen Mound Cemetery near Ottawa. Rev. William Newman officiated. Rex Simmons and Rosalee Simmons sang. Rebekah Lodge No. 253, Pomona, participated, with Mrs. Charles Burch as noble grand. Casket- bearers were John Rea, Phil King, Roy Evans, Floyd Flager, Charles Jones and Nels Kristenson. Why Not Have $5.00 Deductible Coverage See An Ottawa Institution Since 1898 Lamb Funeral Home ROBERTS-Funeral Service for Charles E. Roberts will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Interment in Mt. Hope, Williamsburg, Kansas. {Dotoner's < :i i VIM-:i. I I \ U \ K \ N-, \ -, Troop 76 Honor Court Tonight Two members of Boy Scout Troop 76 will be honored at a Court of Honor tonight at 7:30 in the basement of the First Baptist Church, Wayne Wolf, 1108 S. Hickory, Scoutmaster said today. John Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. James LeValley, 846 Willow, will receive a first class scout award, and Bill Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lee, 530 S. Maple will receive a second class award. There will be 19 scouts of Troop 74, sponsored by Westminster Presbyterian Church, honored Friday night at 7:30 in another Court of Honor at the church. Martin Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams, 116 W. 10th, will receive a life award and David Cook and Bobby Knoeppel will receive star awards. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cook, 941 S. Main, and Bobby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Knoeppel, 1427 S. Oak. Second class awards will be given 16 other boys in the troop. Rex Crane, 1110 S. Hickory, is Scoutmaster of Troop 74. Troop 77, sponsored by the First Methodist Church, will observe its 34th anniversary with a dinner at 6:30 Wednesday night at the church, Fred Adamson, 819 W. 6th, Scoutmaster, has announced. C. R. Pointer, 634 S. Maple, Scoutmaster of Troop 72, said his troop would observe Boy Scout Week with a potluck supper at 6:30 Wednesday night with Cub Scout Troop 3081 at Lincoln School. Troop 72 is sponsored by the Trinity Methodist Church Men's Club. All the Scout festivities are being held in conjunction with National Boy Scout Week. House Seeks Replacement For Fribley TOPEKA (AP)—No replacement for House majority leader Bill H. F.ibley, Crestline, will be made before Wednesday or Thursday, Speaker Charles Arthur of Manhattan indicated today. Fribley was injured seriously early Sunday in a car accident near Miami, Okla. He was to be operated upon today in a Tulsa, Okla., hospital for a depressed skull fracture. Rep. Joseph Mikesic, D-Kansas City, minority floor leader, will make routine motions for the session beginning today. Arthur said a Republican caucus will be held Wednesday or Thursday and the GOP members may authorize him at that time to appoint a temporary floor leader until Fribley returns. He indicated the choice would probably be Rep. Clyde Hill-R-Yates Center, 'chairman of the Republican caucus and chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Arthur said Fribley's absence will not delay consideratin of any legislation he knows of at present. (Story on Fribley on Pg. 8) Marriage License R. G. Taylor, 20, Lane, and Edith Louise Macklin, 18, Garnett. Joseph H. Miles, Springerville, Ariz., and Sandra Joy Stone, 17, Ottawa. ERNZEN — Funeral Services for Mr. Oliver J. Ernzen will be conducted from the St. Patricks Catholic Church, Chahute, Kansas, Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Interment St. Patricks Cemetery, fbanute. Powell May Wish He'd Kept Going By JOHN BECKLER WASHINGTON (AP) - When Adam Clayton Powell returns to Washington from sunny Puerto Rico he is liable to find the capital can be just as warm—even in winter. For the Democratic chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee will have to face the wrath of his committee colleagues, the scorn of a senator and the displeasure of the administration. Powell, 53, who is equally at home in the pulpit of the Negro Baptist church he heads in New York City, the political clubs of Harlem, and the plush night clubs of two continents, has managed to outrage the sensibilities of an impressive number of people in the past. A combination of charm, gall and pride has enabled him to act as if he couldn't even hear their angry cries. Now that he has stirred up so many antagonists at once, these traits may not be enough to keep out the rising din of criticism. The soft voice of Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del.,Arising from the Senate floor, has spoken loudest, calling Powell an authority on "adult delinquency," criticizing his trip abroad with two "lady friends" at government expense Four Little Girls Drown Under Ice BABYLON, N.Y. (AP) - Four sisters died under the ice on a lake but the oldest in the family— an 11-year-old girl—was saved. Paul Barnard, 23, a Suffolk County policeman, saved the girl after hearing her scream as he fed ducks, his 2-year-old son by his side. Frank Corridan, somewhat older than Barnard, was in another area of the lake fishing. His wife was at home, tending their 6- month-old twin daughters and 2- year-old son. The five other children of the Corridans—all girls—frolicked on the ice 100 yards from where Barnard crouched coaxing the ducks. Suddenly he heard a girl scream. He saw Lorraine Corridan, 11, clutch desperately at jagged ice forming a hole through which she had slipped. Telling his son to stay put, Barnard plunged waist deep into the icy water. Lorraine was screaming that her sisters were "under the ice- help. Help-" After several tries and a return to shore for rope from his car, Barnard pulled the hysterical girl to safety. Hours later the bodies of her four sisters were brought to the surface. Dead were Louise, 3; Mary Ann 5; Patricia, 7, and Kathleen, 1. Pomona News Lions Pancake Supper At Church Wednesday and questioning (he propriety of several government financial transactions' favorable to Powell. The mattered comments of Education and Labor Committee members, who feel he has now outdone himself in shirking responsibility, could prove far more wounding to the prideful Powell. Potentially most threatening of all to his 'continued jaunty progress through the House is the still unspoken feeling of some members that Powell is bringing all Congress into disrepute and must be curbed. His latest troubles began last week. On Monday everything seemed fine. Powell energetically opened an announced two weeks of hearings on President Kennedy's big education bill, fulfilling a promise made to the administration to get right to work on the important measure. On Tuesday he disappeared. There is no way of knowing if he had learned Williams was going to take the Senate floor that day. However, Powell's favorite method of dealing with such problems has been to make himself unavailable to the press. At any rate, he flew to his home in Puerto Rico, where a spokesman said Sunday night he was just resting and talking to no one. It may be that Powell deserted the hearings because he has little sympathy for the administration's decision to wrap 24 major education proposals into one super-bill with a $5.3-billion price tag and dump it in his lap with orders to consider it as one measure. Whatever the reason, his absence caused the badly divided, leaderless committee to come apart at the seams, nearly wrecking the hearings and further diminishing the already slim chances for the bill, much to the administration's distress. By MARY HUDELSON All the pancakes you can eat for 50 cents is the offer of the Pomona Lions Club. The men will serve a pancake supper Wednesday evening, Feb. 13, in the Methodist Church dining room, beginning at 5. Extra sausage will cost 10 cents. Pie will be served for 10 cents extra. The club hopes to raise additional money to help finance the athletic banquet, send two boys to Boys State and contribute to other projects. . .The Methodist WSCS met Thursday, Feb. 7, with the president, Mrs. Lloyd Robbins, presiding. Mrs. George Kelley gave the devotions. Those present reported 65 sick and social calls. A letter read from Kay Waddel, a Kansas missionary in Peru, told about the Christinas customs there. In Peru, shoes are put by the bed instead of stockings being hung b} the children. Hot chocolate and a special bread is served at midnight. Each family has Nativity scenes. The lesson on the United Nations was given by Mrs. Warren Sellens. Mrs. Winston Clevelnger and Mrs. Warren Sellens served refreshments to the 18 members present. Twenty seniors took the senior comprehensive tests from Emporia on Thursday, Feb. 7. Four members of the class were absent. The Feb. 7 wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Cain was observed Feb. 6 when Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hale, Doris Ray, John Howell, Topeka, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain brought a special cake. One might have thought Thursday, Feb. 7, was a Friday the 13th from all the things that happened. Ralph Hunt cut off the end of his right forefinger in a feed grinder accident. H. 0. Cain fell on the steps in his garage and caught his hand on a nail head, tearing the palm of his hand. Stitches were required. James Hogue, postmaster, had an emergency operation for a ruptured appendix. Bank Burglars Get $40, Gun ELMDALE, Kan. (AP) Thieves knocked the combination dial off the safe in the Peoples Exchange Bank of Elmdale Saturday night but failed to get the safe open. About $40 was stolen from a cashier's drawer and a 38 caliber revolver was taken. Ph. CH 2-2323 Getting the Maximum DEDUCTIONS On Your INCOME TAX •OTH Thar* are lots of things besides quadruplets that may reduce your tax. Why not let our fast, de- FEDERAL pendable tax consultants figure your return and In. • " sure you of maximum STATE benefits? Drop In this Nation's Largest Tax Specialists — 346 Offices Across the U.S. 201 VaS. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH 2-4224 Jo Appointmeat Necessary | Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by 9 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word .. 60 3 insertions per word .. ISc 6 insertions per word .* 24c 12 insertions per word .. 45c 28 insertions per word .. 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem ...... $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1.50 Out of trade territory, Oc per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Legate (First Published Jan. 28, 1963) (Last Published Feb. 11, 1963) PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a Primary Election will be held'In the City of Ottawa, Kansas on Tuesday, March 19, 1963, 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 Clerk (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 Theodosia Wemmer, deceased, and all otheri concerned: You and each of you will take notice 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, 1963 by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties interested in laid estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this 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 Theodosia Wenv mer, deceased. Anderson fc Byrd Attorneys for Executor (First Published February 4, 1963) (Last Published February 18, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, as. In The Probate Court of said County and State IB 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 29, 1963, 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 Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, this 30th day of January, 1963. Harvey W. Reed, Administrator. Winton A. Whiter, Attorney for Administrator. SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Uveitoct Sale, Overbrook Kanias Bvtry Wednesday Bvery rrtda? - All« County L>»» itoek Aant'oo OM City Kansat. Print? and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction everj • • • - H, Main, night 7 p.m.. 1IM Community tale every olfbt UM N. Main. Thiradaj Harold Stewart £ Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles — Lyndon, Kansas Myers Bros. Phone CentropoUs Claude—918 Howard—II. Ottawa RFD 4 Franklin County Bale Company Oven North Ottawa on Highway M Feb. 11 — Btocker A Feeder Bale at Franklin County Sale Barn, 1 mile North, Ottawa. Kanaat on Highway SB. Feb. I] — Kenneth Cottman Farm Bale 3V4 miles Weit of LeLoup. Kas.. or T mile. Norttteaat of Ottawa, KM., 1 p.m. Feb. 14—Floyd Carter Est., 4V4 mile. Northweit tt Lane, Kai., 1 p.m. Lost and Found FOUND man's gold watch. CH 2-5455. Male Help Wanted —19 JOB SECURITY - Plus Good Pay?? $90.00 to start. No Layoffs. No Strikes. Our Average Man made $6,240.00 in 1962. Write Box No. J64 c-o Ottawa Herald. Salesmen —20 EARN BIG COMMISSIONS full or part time. Build your own profitable year around business showing America's largest line low priced business printing and advertising specialties plus rubber stamps, office files and chairs, bookkeeping systems, intercoms, signs, menu covers, tableware, etc. Hundreds of items used daily by business people everywhere. Free sales kit. — National Press, Dept. 2, North Chicago, El. Men and Women Wanted —23 MAN OR WOMAN for delivery route. — Phone or apply: Wilson Drive-In Cleaners between 5 and 6. NEED FAMILY MAN or woman who is presently employed but needs more money. Take over Rawleigh Business in Ottawa. Should have car and good personality. — Write Rawleigh Dept. KAB-680-91, Freeport, 111. Female Help Wanted —24 BEAUTICIAN — Experienced preferred. - Phone CH 2-4198. WANTED: Elderly lady, age 50 to 70 to share furnished house. Free rent. Call CH 2-1408. WANTED Sewing Machine Operators Ages: 18 to 40 Steady Work, Good Pay, Paid Holidays, Insurance and other fringe benefits. APPLY Kansas State Employment Office 2nd Cedar Mode O'Day Corp. Ottawa General Services —29 VENETIAN BLINDS - Rebuilt, Repaired - CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659 MACHINE Quilting, $3.75 special CH 2-5299. 619 Cleveland. DEAE ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 STEAMING, PAPERING, Paint ing. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-8268. WILL CARE for one or two elderly people to be loved and cared for as the family. Will furnish references. — Mrs. H. J. Hall, Wellsville, Kansas. TU 3-1577. RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS - Call E. E. Dunn, 301 E. 15th Street. Phone CH 2-2107 before 8 a.m! and after 6 evenings. Home Saturdays. WANTED housework, preferrab- ly in small family. Can give references. Write giving details to box L-64 c-o Otawa Herald. HENRY SWANK Well Drilling and Cleaning. New and Used Pumps Installed, Repaired. Route 1, Princeton, Kansas YE 7-2651, YE 7-2341. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Service) section OTTAWA APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER Repair: All Makes SMALL APPLIANCES Open 9 to 5 130 S. Hickory

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