10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, February 15, 1963 News Briefs Jim Robinson, 804 S. Locust, underwent surgery Thursday morning in St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City. He is in room 231. Lurray Moffctt, 227 S. Locust, was listed on the dean's honor roll for the first semester at Baker University. She made a 2.5 grade average in a possible 3.00. Mrs. Bud Fowler, Casper, Wyo., formerly of Ottawa, recently won the singles and all events titles in the city bowling tournament. She rolled a 620 handicap for the singles and 1,355 scratch for all events. Correction: Armour's fully- cooked shank portion Ham 29 cents Ib; butt portion 39 cents Ib. Waymire's Food Mart. Adv. Rev. Homer Ganong, pastor of the Wellsville Baptist Church, has been invited to participate in a conference Saturday, Feb. 16, of the "Navigators" at the Trinity Presbyterian Church, Wichita. Mr. Ganong will return to fill his pulpit on Sunday morning, Feb. 17. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) will hold Sunday School Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the basement of Masonic Temple. Reuel L. Rawlins is presiding elder. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Nell Barnaby, city librarian, is in Salina today attending the executive council meeting of Kansas Library Association. The meeting is mainly for the purpose of planning the KLA regional spring meeting. Members are attending from over the state. Miss Barnaby visited friends in Topeka last night before going on today. Mrs. Howard Henderson, chair man for Franklin County Cancer Crusade, and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Stith attended the northeast area Crusade planning session at Lawrence this week. Stith, Ottawa drive chairman, spoke on the residential area canvass. Car Hits Steer; Heavy Damage A Black Angus steer and a new car are a bad night-time combination. Both came off losers last night. The sheriff's department reported that last night at 7:32 a new car and a 500-pound steer collided on US59 about nine miles north of Ottawa. The car received $1,000 in damages. The steer was so badly injured it had to be butchered. Driver of the car was Elmer T. Herbranson, 50, Kansas City. He said he was only going 50 miles per hour, breaking in his new Dodge which had less than 200 miles on it. The Angus Steer was owned by Leonard Sheldon, Baldwin, the sheriff's office reported. Plan Spring Promotion Activities Ottawa retailers tentatively have chosen March 20-23 for ipring promotion activites, Peg }arr, Chamber of Commerce manager, reported. Further plans for the event will >e announced later. The retailers committee also decided to conduct the annual Sidewalk Bazaar in July instead of in August in conjunction with the Franklin County Fair. The retailers will, however, plan special promotion for the fair. A White Elephant Sale later this month is being discussed. Deaths Scout Leaders Make Plans Adult leaders of Ottawa Boy Scout Troops 72 and 77 attended he quarterly round table planning meeting of the Marais des Cygnes District Tuesday at Osawatomie. There were 38 people n attendance, including five Cub Scout den mothers from Garnett. Attending from Ottawa were "Yed Adamson, Kenneth Cook, D. I. Waldo, Maurice Ponton, Gerald BonJour, Don Lauver, Dick 'ointer, Russell Davis, Bud Melon and A. J. Jefferis, district commissioner. JAMES M. THORNTON James Marvin Thornton, 89, Minot, N. D., died at Ransom Memorial Hospital today at 5 a.m. He had been spending the winter with a cousin in Kansas City and a brother, H. M. Thornton, Quenemo. He had been in failing health two years. Services will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in Quenemo Federated Church. The body will be sent to Minot where services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Ben Thomas & Sons Funeral Home. He was born in Saline County, Missouri, and had been a telegraph operator and banker. On June 7, 1907, at Sweet Springs, Mo., he married Nell Grayson, who died in November, 1958. He was a member of the Minot First Presbyterian Church and had been a Mason 60 years. He had served as grand commander of Knights Templar. CORA A. CLEAVELAND Cora Alice Cleaveland, 62, Princeton, died today at 3:30 a.m at her home after a period of several years of failing health. Services will be at the Lamb Funeral Home Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Mt Hope Cemetery, WiUiamsburg. She was born March 11 1900, at LaSalle, 111. She had lived at the home near Princeton since 1945, moving from southwest of Richmond. She was a member of First Methodisl Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs Sarah Brown, 712 Cypress, and Mrs. Mary Banks, Kansas City; three brothers, James W., Er nest B. and Artie C. Cleaveland all of the home, and several nieces and nephews. Fines Boost School Fund An annual tabulation of fine: and forfeitures in the county shows school children will profi more by the workings of the courts this year than last. Supt. Maurice Ponton said today the amount available for dis tribution from the fines and for feitures till is $15,169.49. Las year the same total was $14,929 44, or about $3.04 per pupil. Money taken in by the courts is distributed to the school dis tricts on the basis of the arama census of children in the 5-21 age group. The fund is to be dis tributad before the end of the month. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans $2.45 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo • 1.73 Barley 1.08 Oats 81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47. 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens M KG Markets KANSAS CITY (AF) — Cattle 350; calves 100; market not established. Hogs 2,000; barrows and gilts 25-50 higher; sows steady; 1-3 190250 Ib barrows and gilts 15.25-75, sown l;3 275-400 Ib 13.50-14.25. Sheep none. Funerals MRS. LUCY McGINNIS Services for Mrs. Lucy L. Me Ginnis, who died Feb. 12, were at the Lamb Funeral Home Feb 14. Rev. Delbert Bonn officiated Pallbeaeres were Kenneth An drews, G. A. Diamond, Merl Sawin, Harry Beall, Ira Bonine and Homer Bishop. Mrs. J. R Henning played organ selections Burial was in Princeton Ceme tery. Marriage License David C. Kelly, 23, and Imma gean Martin, 20, both of Ottawa Must Pay Tag Penalty After Today With the big tag rush over, the county treasurer's office goes rack on regular hours Monday. Doors will be open from 8-12 and 1-5 with a full hour off for unch. Because of the rush, County freasurer Almeda Sinclair said he office has been open from to 4 and through the noon hour. )eadline for purchase of tags without a 50-cent penalty is today. The treasurer also said her itaff is preparing delinquent personal property tax notices which will be in the mail soon. Affected are those who have hot paid at least the first half of personal property taxes. A list of delin- [uents will be turned over to he sheriff for collection March 15. WE'LL GO THAT WAY — Here are five of the 60 Ottawa University students who plan to walk to Emporia, starting at midnight tonight. They plan to make the 55-mile hike in time for the OU-C. of E. basketball game tomorrow night at 7:30. From left are Fred Chambers, Pittsfield, Mass.; Todd Russell, Wethersfield, Conn.; Joe Lake, Kansas City, Kas.; Walt Risch, Denver, Colo., and Jim Wallace, Detroit, Mich. Arrest Six Army Officers In Plot To Kill De Gaulle By HARVEY HUDSON PARIS (AP)—Six high-ranking army officers were arrested early ioday and accused of plotting to kill President Charles de Gaulle. It was the fourth assassination plot reported against the president in .7 months. Police reports said the officers planned to' kill the 72-year-old chief of state with a rifle fitted with a telescopic sight when he visited a military school this morning. Some unconfirmed reports said one or more generals were among hose arrested and that one offi- er detained was on the official reception committee for the presi- dent's visit. De Gaulle visited the school on schedule. A French woman who taught English at the school also was arrested in the series of night raids that rounded up the alleged ringleaders, police reports said. The Interior Ministry refused to issue any detailed information, but details began leaking out from unofficial sources as he investigation went into high gear. These sources said a rifle with a telescopic sight was seized during the raids. A reinforced security guard was on duty at the school—on the Left Bank of the Seine in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower—when De Gaulle made his visit. He stayed two hours 20 minutes, inspecting installations and addressing students and teachers. There were no incidents. Unofficial source in the plotters were said contact with a man named Watin—known as "The Limper"—who is accused of tak- ig part in the unsuccessful machine gun attack on De Gaulle's life last August. This would link the plotters with rightists who opposed his policy of independence for Algeria. A hint that something was afoot came Thursday night when, prior to the scheduled visit by De- Gaulle, swarms of gendarmes searched the school building and rooftops. Lane News Crusaders' Activities Attract Record Crowd By MRS. GAIL CHAMBERS Lane's youth organization, the Crusaders, had a record attendance of 48 Saturday night. Attendance has gradually increased each week during the past month. The group .which meets in the Lane High School gymnasium every Saturday night, now has volleyball, basketball, table tennis and all forms of dancing for recreation. New games are to be added in the future. Through the cooperation of the young people and community, the youth program has been a success. Mr. and Mrs. John Rutledge, John and Jacqueline have moved their trailer house on the Gail Chambers property. They have been in Ada, Okla., the past two years. Rutledge is an employe of Lock-Joint Co. and will go to Maryland and New York for the next month. He will go to French Indo-China on a government project near Saigon. His family plans to follow him in June. David Christian has completed the high school missionary study "Rim of East Asia." The primary department at Sunday School has as its missionary project raising of funds to send a sheep to Ecuador. The Sunday School sent a 15 pound valentine DOX of candy to the state hospital at Osawatomie. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Christian and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Christian have returned from a trip to Texas and Mexico. They visited Neuvo Laredo, Mexico; the 110-year-old King's Ranch where the Santa Gertrudis cattle were developed; Corpus Christi and Galveston. At the Texas state capitol at Austin, they met Gov. John Connally and received his autograph. The families saw the oil refineries at Port Arthur. JOE S Funeral Chapel JOE TOWNER — RESNA TOWNER — JAY D. SANER Licensed Directors 525 North Main, Ottawa — AMBULANCE — CH 2-1331 Locally owned and operated. Gasoline Refund Forms Available Anyone who holds tax exempt motor fuel tickets that are more than six months old may pick up refund forms at the office of the county clerk to apply for fuel taxes that have been paid. Under the new Kansas Senate Bill No. 3, the refunds may be made for the old tickets, if the fuel was used for non-highway purposes. Prior to this session of the legislature the refund could not be made without special permission from the lawmakers. Hospital Notes Admissions t Charles Schamle, RFD 2; James Ferro, Jackson, Mich.; C 1 e o reenfield, Melvern; Debra Lee, 530 Maple, Thursday. Mrs. Donald White, 745 S. Cedar; Peggy LaNier, RFD 4; Linda Hermreck, WiUiamsburg, Friday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Markley, RFD 1, daughter, Thursday, weight, 8 Ib., 6 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Leland Chambers and baby son, 618 S. Cedar; Mrs William Whiteman, and baby son, 841 Ash; Shirley Pollom, 707 Grant; Bill Baldwin, RFD 4; Lester LaNier, 733 S. Main; Mrs Clyde Criqui and baby daugh ter, 128 S. Cedar, Thursday. Delbert Johnson, Baldwin, Friday. Memorial Record CLEAVELAND - Cora Alice Cleaveland, past 62, longtime resident of Franklin County, passed away early this morning. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg, Kansas. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 Ask Jurors In Monday Franklin Countians selected for the jury panel during the January term of District Court have been asked to report for duty Monday. The court announced today thai two trials are scheduled, Kay Auto Leasing Co. vs. R. E. Hamilton, an accident case, am James L. Hull vs. Hazel Me Bride, damage suit resulting from a car accident. KIRKLAND: Funeral Services for Mr. Grant E. Kirkland, well known resident, will be conducted from the Mortuary Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. Ned Roberts officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 on f you, the nature,of which said Judgment will be that plaintiff is the owner I the legal and equitable title and Is n possession, and has the right of pos- esslon, of the hereinafter described eal estate, and a decree will be en- ered quieting plaintiff's title, and ex- hiding you and each of you from any Interest in, claim to, or lien upon said described real estate or any part thereof, and restraining and enjoining you, itid each of you, and all persons hold- ng by, through or under you, or el- her or any of you, from setting up >r asserting any right, title, interest, itate or equity of redemption in and o the following described real estate ituated in Franklin County, Kansas, o-wit: Lot 91 and the N. % of Lot 33 In Block 81, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, and that you and each of you, and lie unknown heirs, executors, admlnis- rators, devisees, trustees and assigns of you, or any of you who may be ead, and all person* holding by, tirough or under you, or any of you, rill be forever excluded from any in- erest in, claim to. or lien - upon the above described premises, or any part hereof and will be forever barred rom setting up or asserting any right, Hie, interest or eitate. in and to said eal estate, or any part thereof, and >Iaintttt's title will be quieted in him. and the plaintiff will be given a Judgment for the costs of this action, and ilalntlff will have such other and further relief as the Court may seem right and proper. Carlos O. Pence Plaintiff Heason, Oleason, Doty and Logan to. 10 Professional Building Ottawa, Kansas Attorneys for Plaintiff Would Admit WU Under Eurich Plan TOPEKA (AP)-A bill to bring Vichita University into the state system of higher education as proposed in the Eurich report was ready for introduction in the Kansas House today by Rep. W. R. Jrown Jr., R-Emmett. Brown said he was introducing he bill because "The people of Kansas are entitled to a full and open discussion of all facts of the question of Wichita University, on what basis, if any, it is to be aken into the state system." Brown said the Senate apparently ignored the Eurich report in massing a bill designed to bring Wichita into the state system as a full-fledged university. The Eurich report proposed making the school a state Universities Center at Wichita, to be governed under a board composed of administrators at the University of Kansas and Kansas State [Jniversity. "I agree with the conclusion of that (the Eurich) report and do not think that the state of Kansas can afford or needs three universities," Brown said. "This proposal sets forth the only sound and sensible way to take Wichita University in if the people of Wichita will vote to accept it on this basis." (First Published February 1, 1833) (Last Published March 1, 1M3) n The District Court of franklin County, Kansas Ottawa Savings and Loan Association, Plaintiff, vs. Truman H. Day and Alice M. Day, husband and wife, Defendants Case No. 23-1M NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of sale issued and directed out of the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas pursuant to .a Judg ment and decree rendered therein under date of January 39, 1M3, In an ac- ion then and there pending wherein Ottawa Savings and Loan Association of Ottawa, Kansas is plaintiff and Truman R. Day and Alice M. Day are defendants, the same being Case No. 22-186, I will, on the Sth day of March, 1963, at 2 o'clock pirn, of said date, offer for sale and sell at public auc- ion to the highest and best bidder, "or cash in hand, at the west front door of the Court House in the City of Ottawa, In the County of Franklin, State of Kansas, the following described real estate lying and situate in Franklin County, Kansas, to-wit: The W. % of the S. E. Vt of Sec. 5, Twp. 17, Rng. 20; also all of ,the S. W. V* of the N. E. Vt of See. 8, Twp. 17, Rng. 20, which lies south of Marais des Cygne River, containing in all 119 acres, more or less, less the railroad,right of way across said land, Franklin County, Kansas; said property Is taken as the property of said defendants and will be sold to satisfy the judgment of said plaintiff, Ottawa Savings and Loan Association, against said defendants in the sum nf K466.2S with Interest thereon at the •ate of ten per cent per annum from he 29th day of January, 1963, and for ;he costs and accruing costs of said action; and that said real estate will be sold subject to a period of redemption as by law in such cases made and provided. Joe Ferns Sheriff of Franklin County, Kansas Gleason, Oleason, Doty ft Logan Attorneys for Plaintiff. Fire Destroys Fire Equipment COPPER CITY, Mich, (AP) — This tiny Upper Peninsula community lost its fire hall, fire trucks and firefighting equipment Thursday night. They were destroyed by fire. Legate (First Published February 8, 1963 (Last Published February 22, 1963) In the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas Carlos O, Pence, Plaintiff vs. J. E. Rodman, Ada B. Rodman, Ada Burney McCracken, Nettie Burney Gibson; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of the defendants; and the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability, Defendants Case No. 22-206 NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You and each of you are herebj notified that you have been sued In the above-entitled action by the abov named plaintiff, and that you mus answer the petition of the plaintiff sc filed in said Court on or before the 22nd day of March, 1963, or said pe tltion will be taken as true, and judg ment rendered against you and eacl SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas Overbrooi Livestock Bale, Ovarbropk Kansas every Wednesday every PVtdaj - Alien County Uv stock Aant'on O«» Citv Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy, "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction every iiiesa»> night 7 p.m.. 113» N. Main. Community tale every Ttandu m»bt lisa N. Main. Harold Stewart A Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon Kansas Feb, It — Night Consignment Hors Sale, Meosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosbo, Mo. Feb. 25 — Night Consignment Hors Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commis slon Co., East llth Street, Lawrence Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolii Claude-filf Howard-* Ottawa RFD i Prankllp County Bale Company Bven North Ottawa on Highway W Feb. 14—Floyd Cartel Est., 4ft mile Northwest of Lane, Kas,, t p.m. Feb. U — Ottawa Farm Imp. Co, Ma chinery Bale 1 mile South of Ottawa Kas. on Highway M. Feb. 25 — Special Stacker It Feed* Bale Franklin County Bale Barn on mile North of Ottawa on Hlghwa 59. Feb. 36 — Mm. Fred Proffet Farm Bale. 4W miles But of Ottawa, KM on LogM M. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by S p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 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 •••••• Oc 3 insertions per word •••••• ISo 6 insertions per word •••••• 24e 12 insertions per word 4Se A insertions per word 90c ,>ash minimum ....••••••••• 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. Local Me per line subject to Frequency Discounts) National Mo per line (Not subject to Frequency ' Discounts) 1 inch 'Lodge Notices set with emblem ...... $1.00 2 insertions no change .. flM We wish to thank all of our riends, neighbors, relatives and minister for their cards, visits and kindness, during the illness and death of our beloved husband and Father, Frank Hammock.—Mrs. Eva Hammock and amity. (First Published February 1, 1863) (Last Published February 15, 1M3) State of Kansas County of Franklin as: In The Probate Court of Said County. In the Matter of the Estate of William Wallace Mannen. 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 Arthur Mannen. and Wilbur E. Mannen. brother and nephew respectively and two of the heirs at law of William Wallace Mannen. deceased, praying for administration of the estate of William Wallace Mannen, deceased, the appointment of Wilbur E. Mannen as administrator of said estate, the issuance of letters of administration to him and for such other and further reliel as to the court shall seem meet and proper, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before February 25, 1M3, at 11:00 o'clock a.m. of 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. Arthur Mannen Wilbur E. Mannen Petitioners. Attest: (Seal) Robert L. Plnet Probate Judge of Franklin County. Kansas Bishop & Lee Paola, Kansas Attorney! for Petitioners. (First Published February 13, 1163 (Last Published February IB, 1063 RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MA8SA8OIT STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET WHEREAS: The Governing Body of the City o Ottawa, Kansas deems it necessary t widen and otherwise improve Massa Bolt Street from the East line of Hick ory Street to the West line of Ceda Street, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- solved by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That it is necessary to widen and otherwise improve Massasol Street from the East line of Hick ory Street to the West line of Ceda Street in the City of Ottawa, Kansas Section 2. That such widening and im provement shall be to remove th existing curb and gutter and to add a 20-ft. wide strip of concrete pave ment to each side of the e*istin street, said concrete pavement to b an average thickness of 6Va inche and plain concrete, including mono lithic curb and gutter. All in ac cordance with plans and specifica tlons on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body does hereby declare such work am improvement necessary to be don and that special assessments shall b levied to pay for the same. Section 3. This resolution is passed un der authority of O.8. Kansas 1MB Chapter 12, Article 6, which Artlcl contains the general paving law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was dul; passed and adopted by the Oovernin Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas thi 6th day of February, 1W3. Charles Williamson, Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper, City Clerk (First Published February 15, 1M3) (Last Published March 1, 1M1) State of Kansas, Franklin County, si In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of George W. Lee, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified, that a petl tton has been filed Jn tald court 03 Ruth A. Lee, co-executor of the will of George W. Lee, deceased, praying fo a final settlement of said estate, ,ap provaUof their acts, proceedings and accounts as co-executors, allowance fo attorneys' tees, and expenses; and also praying that the court determin the heirs, devisees and legatees en titled to the. eitate and the proportion or part thereof to which each i entitled and distribute and assign th same to them in accordance with th will of George W. Lee, deceased; and you are hereby required to file you written defenses thereto on or befor the llth day of March, 1M3, at ten o'clock a.m., on said day, in said court in the City of Ottawa, at which Urn and place said cause will be heard Should you fail therein, judgment am decree will be entered in due cours upon said petition, Ruth A. Lee Petitioner Bower* It Bowen Attorney! Jard of Thanks I wish to thank my relatives, neighbors and friends for the flowers, letters and cards I received during my stay in the hospital, also Dr. Strehlow, nurses and aides at Hospital.— Mrs. Dot Roush. Our sincere thanks for the many acts of kindness shown during the loss of our loved one; for cards, gifts of food, flowers and contributions to the Don Jones Memorial Fund.—Mrs. Don Jones and family. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all who helped us in our time of sorrow. To everyone who sent cards, flowers, food, the ministers, the singers and organist, casket bearers, and Paul and Janice Damron for their kind deeds. May God bless each of you. — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis and Gregory; Mr. and Mrs. Benry Steele; Mr. Comma Davis, Notices PETER K. PAPPS Constable. I am .able to collect bills and bad checks, Serve Summons of all kinds, 911 E. 7th. Phone CH 2-1424. Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write Box 281, Ottawa, Kansas, - Phone CH 2-4120. Instruction —18 SELECT THE CAREER YOU WANT IN ELECTRONICS Aero-Space. Automation. Computers. Industrial. Radio - TV Broadcasting Communications. Drafting. Home Servicing. Many Others. Then investigate the ACCREDITED preparatory courses offered by Central Technical Institute of Kansas City, Missouri. Resident study for degree or up - to - date home training. Tuition may be financed. Minimum academic requirements. No age limit. Placement service for graduates. Demand for Central graduates at all time high. If you want to enter America's fastest growing industry, see Mr. Dorsch at Radio Station KOFO Sat., Feb. 16, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or call Cherry 2-1220. Male Help Wanted —19 WANTED—Experienced Mechanic with GM Training. Must have reference.—Olson Brothers Pontiac and Buick, Burlington, Kansas. EASTERN MFGR has opening for local man to 37 to service established customers. Guarantee plus commission plus bonus. All replies confidential. — Write Box No. N-64, c-o Ottawa Her- aid. 10 YEAR OLD ESTABLISHED ROUTE. Married man 22-40 with car. No investment or experience needed for right man. $100.00 per week guaranteed during training period. See Mr. Smith at North American Hotel Monday Feb. 18 evening after 7:00 p,m. or Tuesday Feb. 19 morning between 8:009:00 a.m. Men and Women Wanted —28 "WANTED — Man and wife as operator and line man for Fontana Telephone Co., Fontana, Kansas by March 1. Con* tact Burl, Kettler, Secretary, RFD 5, Paola, Kansas. Phont Fontana 4215." Female Help Wanted —24 SEWERS WANTED immediately Work at home doing simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. Apply, Dept. AD 657 Box 7010, Adelaide Post Office, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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