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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1963 News Briefs Miss Isabclle Jacobsen, teacher at Garfield School, entered St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, last evening for tests and observation. She expects to remain for several days. - Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending, Feb. 9, were 32,610 compared with 32,068 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 11,667 compared with 11,181 for the same week a year ago. • Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 24431. Adv. Bobby Dale Cook has been sentenced to 20 days in jail on an assault and battery charge by County Judge Robert L. Pinet. : Kathryn Cook, 320 S. Cedar, has 'filed a divorce action against Bobby Dale "Cook. Mrs. Cook charges gross neglect and extreme cruelty. Elks duplicate bridge club winners last night were: north-south first, Dr. and Mrs. John Hudelson; second, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller; east-west first, Walter Hegberg and Larry Crater; second, tie between Mrs. Floyd Indall and Ted Crandall and Mrs. Bob Anderson and Mrs. Kramer. George COLD WEATHER COMFORT — While Jerry Havenhill and his wife, Ann, linger over breakfast on cold morning, he cranks up auto engines by remote control from box he has inside trailer home at Kansas City, Kan. Cables connect indoor control panel with Havenhill vehicles parked outside. Panel designed and built by Havenhill, graduate engineer, has controls for ignition, carburetor, starter and neater. Former College Runner Leads Walking Marines Open House Sunday At Armory The annual open house at the Ottawa National Guard Armory, West 17th Street, will be Sunday, Feb. 17, in order .to give the public a view of the local Guardsmen in action and to make available to interested young men information about their military obligations. The open house is being held on Muster Day, an annual event that dates back to pre-Revolution days when all the men in the country fell out once a year to show their ability to fight and defend the country. The Guardsmen will attend an all-day drill Sunday, and the public will be able to see the training program of this unit in action. Anyone interested in joining the Guard will have an opportunity to inquire about the program. The open house will begin at 7 Sunday morning and end at 4 in the afternoon. The noon meal will be served by the unit cooking section. Scouts To Collect Delinquent Books HEWLETT, N.Y. (AP) - The trouble with some people who borrow books from the public library is, they're not trustworthy. They forget to return them. The Hewlett-Woodmere public library checked recently and found that 200 delinquent borrowers were holding about 300 books. In casting about to find some way of getting the books back, Notices Deaths MRS. LUCY L. McGINNIS ! Mrs. Lucy L. McGinnis, 80, jvell-known Princeton resident for 70 years, died in Ransom Memorial Hospital today at 5:30 a.m. She entered the hospital Dec. 18. Services will be at the Lamb Funeral Home Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Delbert Honn will officiate. Burial will be in Princeton Cemetery. The former Lucy Blough, she was bom July 20, 1882, at Earlton. On Dec. 24, 1903, she married Robert M. McGinnis who died Oct. 3, 1947. Mrs. McGinnis was a member of Princeton Methodist Church, Royal Neighbors of America and Princeton Circle No. 33, Ladies of Grand Army of the Republic. She is survived by a daughter, Miss Lucille McGinnis, of the home. By ART EDSON CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (AP)Marines trying to prove their physical fitness with a 50-mile hike came up with what looked like a real winner today in a fast marching distance runner, Lt. Marty Shimek. As 34 Marines led by Brig. Gen. R. McC. Tompkins, huffed and puffed around the damp, humid course, it took almost no time at all to discover that Shimek, of Hazen, Ark., who did his running at his state university, was the pick of the lot. Shimek walked and ran the first 12.1 miles in an hour and 45 minutes, a killing pace. One problem: Shimek developed a blister on his right heel but it didn't appear to be causing him too much trouble. Gen. Tompkins, while he wasn't setting any course records, was walking steadily and grimly as a general should. He finished the first 6.3 miles in creditable time of an hour and 31 minutes. Although there were numerous red faces and few piteous cries for water as the Marines pulled into the rest stops, at noon today none had fallen by the wet wayside. It wasn't exactly the day for long-distance walking, assuming there was any interest in hiking at all. It had rained most of the night, a drizzle was falling as the men shoved off, and rain was forecast during the day. Everything went off with neat military precision. Maj. George Fox, the official starter, assembled the first group two minutes early. Then as the seconds ran out, he tolled them off "four, three, two, one, zero!" "Blast off!" cried an irreverent voice from the rear and the general and five assorted captains and lieutenants who made up the first group, blasted off for their hike. The early morning spectacle attracted a covey of watchers headed by Maj. Gen. Frederick L. Wieseman, commanding general of the 2nd Marine Division. Moments before takeoff, he gravely shook hands with Gen. Tompkins, who looked as fit and ready as any man of 51 can. Funerals ALBERT A. DENIKE Services for Albert A. Denike, who died Feb. 7, were at Pomona Methodist Church Feb. 9. Rev. R. A. Trowbridge officiated. Pallbearers were Lionial Shaw, Albert Swallow, Charles M. Hill, Cecil R. Frieden, Edward J. Neely and J. William Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. James Driver sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. Trowbridge. Burial was at Newkirk, Okla. CATHARINE A. ARNOLD Services for Catharine A. Arnold, who died Freb. 8, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary Feb. 11. Rev. Ned Roberts officiated. Pallbearers were Earl Martin, Raymond Hay, John R. Forrer, Eugene Suffron, James Ferguson and Roy A. Gerhard. Mrs. R. E. Roseberry sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. MRS. ESTHER L. BORLAND Services for Mrs. Esther L. Borland, who died Feb. 8, were at the Lamb Funeral Home Feb. 11. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were Larry Sprat, Glenn White, Glenn Adams, Ralph Loyd, William Haughn and Jim Seymour. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J, R. Henning. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Funerals Admissions Mrs. Mary Silvey, 715 E. Mason; Grant Kirkland, 309 W. 1st; Delbert Johnson, Baldwin; Mrs. Zola Small, 740 Cypress; Jerry Johnson, Price Hall, Ottawa University; Mrs. James Ferguson, RFD 1, Ottawa, Monday. John Johnson, RFD 1, Ottawa, Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Norman Moore, 719 Cypress, son, Monday, weight, 9 Ibs. 2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Criqui, 128 S. Cedar, daughter, Tuesday, weight, 10 Ibs. 5 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Elsie Ferguson, 614 S. Walnut, Monday. Mrs. Bobby Dale Cook, 320 S. Cedar; LaVern Hadsall, 130 N. Locust, Shawn Williamstien, 922 Cherry, Tuesday. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans $2.41 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo ., Barley Oats . Rye 1.68 1.08 81 1.00 Butterfat 47. .42 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c kens .N Honor Wellsville Graduate WELLSVILLE - A 1948 Wellsville High School graduate recently was honored by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce as "Man of the Year." He is Bob Chalender, son of Ralph Chalender, Wellsville, and principal of the Junior High School at Manhattan. The school honored Chalender by having "Chalender Day" after his selection. Chalender received his bachelor of science degree at Kansas State University and his master's degree at Wichita University. He is working on his doctorate at Oklahoma University. He and his brother, Dr. Jack Chalender, are attending the National Secondary School Principals' annual convention Feb. 8-13 at Pittsburgh, Pa. Jack Chalender is principal of Milburn Jun ior High at Overland Park. Mrs. Jack Chalender and daugh ter, Betsy, came to Wellsville Monday to remain until Wednes day with her parents, Mr. are Mrs. Harold Wingert. KG Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle >,, 830; calves 250 all classes steady, ' high choice steers 24,75; high good to choice 23.35-34.35; nigh. choice heifers with few prime 34.25; good to choice 31.50-23.65; some mixed steers and heifers 25.00; cows 14.00-16.50; good and choice vealers 23.00-3a.00. • Hogs 3,500; all classes steady; barrows and gilts 1-3 190-340 Ib , 15.40-75; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib 13.5014.25. ; Sheep 700; lambs M higher; good and choice wooled lambs M.7frl7.'00; choice to prime 18.00; Injured Boy Goes Home choice fill shorn lambs •wn M04.M, 1T.M; Charles L. Hadsall, 15, who suf fered a basal skull fracture Feb 3, was released from Ransom Me morial Hospital in good conditioi today, according to his doctor. Hadsall, son of Mr. and Mrs Clyde Ledom, 130 N. Locust, suf fered the head injury when th car he was working under fe on him. The car fell when th wooden tripod used to raise i Pomona News Honor Students To See Play At Emporia State By MARY HUDELSON All 17 semester honor roll stu- ents at Pomona High School are o be the guests of the school for trip to Emporia on Saturday vening, Feb. 16, to see the play, The Diary of Anne Frank," pro- uced by the KSTC College Play- rs. Charles Hill, principal, said hat special event will be planned each semester to honor those who make high scholastic rat- ngs. Rev. and Mrs. Roy Pick, Ron 'ick and Ava Smith, representing the Assembly of God Church, went to the National Music Con- erence at Springfield, Mo., Feb. 13-15. More than 400 persons reg stered from eight denominations or the work in band and chorus. Paul Mickelson, president of Supreme Recordings, Inc., and ormerly organist for the Billy raham Crusades, was the instructor for the choral groups. )ave Yoder, California, instructed in band and orchestra. Rev. ]mil Balliet, San Diego, address ed the conference on the "True iiblical Philosophy of Music." The high school students had iractice sessions and produced a concert for Friday evening. The Picks visited their daugh- er and her husband, Mr. ant Mrs. Otis Lichlyter, in Spring- leld where they are students a Central Bible Institute. Friday dinner guests of Mrs E. T. Nitcher and Margaret Me Nees were Mrs. Pearl Myers anc Howard Myers, Centropolis, am Mrs. Pansy Bowman and Mrs James Lindsey. The Methodist Church will have a guest speaker, Rev. S. E. Hop kins, Ottawa, under the sponsor ship of the committee on socia concerns of which Leslie Huntei is chairman. The service is in observance of racial relations Sun day which was Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fawl and sons were Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Neeley for Mrs. Neeley's birthday Mrs. Fannie Hale was a guest Mrs. Neeley returned to Prairi Village with the Fawls for visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Denike Greeley, Colo., have been at th A. A. Denike home, called b the death of Denike's father. Mr and Mrs. John Kennedy, Purcell Okla., came for the funeral o Mr. Denike who was a brothe of Mrs. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swallo' flew to California Monday eve ning to attend the funeral of hi sister, Mrs. Dan Chambers, on Tuesday. They returned on hursday. Mrs. Clarence Swallow and aughter, Elaine, have returned from a week in California. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lawrence rought their two grandchildren, Liz and Jeff, with them when ley came home last week so hat Mrs. Lawrence could help n the post office while Jim Ho- *ue is recovering from his ap- >endectomy. Mrs. J. A. Hudelson has returned from a month's visit in California at the homes of her laughters and their husbands, Hr. and Mrs. Harlan Patton and Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Wheeler. Plan Junior College At Colby TOPEKA (AP) - A proposed two - year college at Colby in Thomas County is described by its sponsor as a pilot project for Kansas in future years. Rep. Don Smith, R-Colby, said a series of such colleges around the state, could relieve enrollment loads at the four-year schools, thus reducing needs for new dormitories and other facilities. Smith explained the plan at a news conference Monday. Smith's bill would authorize the Board of Regents to contract with Thomas County commissioners for establishment of the college to serve a nine-county area in northwestern Kansas. The nearest present college is Fort Hays State. Cost of building a classroom building, estimated at $600,000 by Smith, would be financed by bonds issued by Thomas County. The new school would be called the Northwest Kansas College Center. Free Girl Who Shot Her Lover BOSTON (AP)- Postdebutante Suzanne Clift, 21, was released today in 10 years probation after she was permitted to plead guilty to manslaughter in the death of. her boyfriend. Judge Lewis Goldberg imposed what he called one important condition of the probation—that Miss Cliff voluntarily "commit yourself to the Massachusetts Medical Health Center to accept such treatment and for such time as authorities there prescribe." By her plea, Miss Clift admitted she shot and killed Piero Brentani, 27, born in Dresden, Germany, of an Italian father and a German mother who lived in Trieste. Both now reside in Zurich, Switzerland. Brentani was found shot to death last Oct. 1 in the Beacon Hill apartmnet which Miss Cliffs attorney said Brentani shared with Miss Clift. Judge Goldberg accepted the recommendation of attorney Claude B. Cross, counsel for Miss Clift, in imposing the probation. Cross pointed out Miss Clift is five months pregnant by Brentani and should be permitted to raise her child with love in a normal manner. the library hit on an eager group that is truthworthy. Also loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, cheerful and thrifty—the Boy Scouts. Next Saturday, each member of Woodmere Scout Troop 21, armed with a warrant signed by librarian Elizabeth Thomson, will go to the homes of delinquent borrowers and ask for the books. The plan for the good deed began when Scoutmaster Robert S. Oscard visited the library and learned of Mrs. Thomson's plight. Oscard canvassed his troop and found them ready to do their duty. Mrs. Thomson, whose son is in the troop, divided this Long Island community—a New York City suburb—into areas. Oscard drew up tentative assignments for his boys, making sure none would have to stray far from his home. The library will bill delinquent borrowers for fines later. Mrs. Thomson said the missing books are worth about $1,000. Co-op Fertilizer Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 26 j 1:00 to 3:30 § City Auditorium All Fanners are urged to attend Refreshments wil be served 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. Men and Women Wanted —28 MAN OR WOMAN for delivery route. — Phone or apply: Wilson Drive-In Cleaners between 1 and 6. General Services —29 DRESS-MAKING, Alterations. CH 2-1200, 831 King. Four Die In Plane Crash Steamed Rice Real Steamy The steamed rice she was preparing was real steamy, Mrs. Jesse T. Ramsey, Ottawa RFD 2, can tell you. Mrs. Ramsey suffered burns on her wrists and ankle yesterday when the pressure pan in which the rice was cooking blew up. The rice flew everywhere, she said. "I'd just washed my hair, and I got rice in it," she added. VENETIAN BLINDS — Rebuilt, Repaired - CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter 2-3659 MACHINE Quilting, $3.75 sp& cial CH 2-5299. 619 Cleveland Legate DEAL ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH 2-1064 STEAMING, PAPERING, Paint ing. — Conrad's Painters. CE 2-8268. WILL CARE for one or two elder ly 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. Wayne Angell PTA Speaker Wayne Angell, state represen- ;ative from Ottawa, spoke on egislative matters dealing with education at last night's meeting of the Eugene Field PTA. The meeting was in the school auditorium. Mrs. Don Waymire, president, opened the business meeting. Brownie Troop 314, led by Mrs. Allen Unruh, gave the Flag Salute. Mrs. Bruce Fleming gave the devotional, and Mrs. Robert Grabham spoke on the work of the Ransom Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (AP)A single-engine plane crashed today in a field not far from the Horseshoe Falls and four persons were killed, police reported. Police said the body of one man lad been removed from the wreckage. The other bodies were pinned inside. The plane did not burn, police said. The pilot was identified by an airport official as T. Stevens of St. Catharines, Ont. A source at the nearby Niagara airport said the four-seater craft Delonged to the St. Catharines Flying Club. There was no immediate indication of how the crash occurred. Collision In Alley Cars driven by Dwight M. Poole, RFD 2, Wellsville, and Mrs. Dorothy A. Wightman, 723 E. 6th, collided in the west alley between Third and Fourth Street about 10:30 yesterday morning. According to police. Poole was backing from behind a building and Mrs. Wightman was going north in the alley prior to the mishap. There was no apparent damage to Poole's vehicle. There was an estimated $35 damage to Mrs. Wightman's car. Wellsville Club Names Officers WELLSVILLE — Election of officers was held at the meeting of the Rose Junior Garden Club Monday, Feb. 11, at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Elected were Diane Moore, president; Juanita Reeves, vice president, and Marcie Layton, sec- Says Canada Must Accept Weapons OTTAWA (AP)-Canada must honor pledges to its allies and accept nuclear warheads, Liberal party leader Lester B. Pearson said Monday night. Only then will Canada's voice be strong enough in Western policy making circles to press effectively for disarmament, Pearson told 700 cheering supporters as he kicked off his party's campaign for the April 8 House of Commons election. He spoke to the Liberal party's National Council. Pearson charged the conservative government with failing to meet commitments to North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies refusing to accept U.S. nuclear warheads. That failure, he said, demoralized Canada's armed services, deceived Canada's allies and undermined the good name of Canada abroad. Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker, speaking in Toronto, denied Canada defaulted on its commitments. He repeated his argument, made in the House of Commons before his government fell, that Canada must delay its decision on nuclear arms until the NATO council meets in Ottawa in May. Negotiations are continuing to insure that Canada will have ready access to nuclear warheads in time of need, Diefenbaker added. (First Published January at, 1963) (Last Published February 12, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of Emma S. Franklin, also known as Emma Helen Franklin, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Robert N. Bundy, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Emma S. Franklin, also known as Emma Helen Franklin, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as administrator c.t.a., allowance for administrator and attorney fees, and expenses; and also praying that the court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the state and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will of Emma 8. Franklin, deceased; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 21st day of February, 1963, at 2 o'clock p.m., on said day, in said court, in the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Robert N. Bundy. Administrator, with the Will Annexed. Bowers & Bowers, Attorneys. 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 Services section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4938 FAST Same Day Service Orders placed Before 11:30 A.M. Read for Pickup 6:00 P.M. Sears & Roebuck Co. CH 2-2820 Farm Equipment —33 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 5 p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES FOR SALE — Round stock tank with hog waterers, 2 metal hog feeders, 2 good feed bunks, 1 metal hayrack 18 ft. Herb Bishop. retary. Roll call was answered by "Why I like to belong to the Junior Club." Giving the lesson on dried material was Mrs. Tom Ruddell. Present with the girls were sponsors, Mrs. Bernhard Fleming and Mrs. E. E. Turner. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Tuesday—0 For February—11 For 1963—34 Comparable 1962 period—56 Diefenbaker's new defense minister Gordon Churchill, promised to make a full statement on Canadian defense policy in the next few days. III for Fast Results fit READ and USE If HE WANT ADS ^REGULARLY! CH 2-4700 Memorial Record McGINNIS — Lucy L. McGinnis, widow of Robert M., and longtime resident of Princeton, passed away this morning. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Thursday, 2 P.M., interment in Princeton Cemetery. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 6c 15c 24c 45c 90c Cash minimum •• 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local He per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 insertion per word 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 12 insertions per word 28 insertions per word National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1-00 2 insertions no change .. H SO Out of trade territory. 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available You're Invited!! Friday, Feb. 15 AAcConnell Machinery Co. Wellsville, Ks. Allis Chalmers Day Lunch 12:00 Coffee served all day Special On Used Machinery Friday & Saturday 15th & 16th Livestock —34 FOR 3 OR 4 CALVES will trade 1951 Chevrolet sedan, Power- Glide, Good. CH 2-2439. Notices _ NON-GROUP Blue Cross - Blue Shield enrollment is now open. For further information call CH 2-1779 Ottawa. Fertilizer Meeting All Farmers Invited Thursday, Feb. 14 8:00 p.m. At Princeton City Hall Sponsored by: Agrico and Princeton Grain Co. Refreshments will be served REGISTERED HEREFORD bulls. Service age. Priced right. — Bill Ransom, Williamsburg, Ks. SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Overbrook. Kansas livery Wednesday. Every Friday — Allen County Uve- stock 4iintian O»« City. KaniM. Print? and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community •uctloo ever* lUesoav night T p.m.. 1136 N. Ualn. Community sale every Thanday allot UM N. Ualn. ' Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon, Kansas Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis daude-918 Howard-*. Ottawa RFD 1 Franklin County Bale Company Over* North Ottawa on Highway M Feb. 1J — Kenneth Coffman farm Bale yv» mllei Weit of LeLoup, Kai., or 1 milei Northeast of Ottawa. Kai.. 1 p.m. Feb. 14—Floyd Carter Bit., 4V4 mUe«

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