The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 18, 1963 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Ottawa, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, February 18, 1963
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

1 THE OTTAWA HERALD - Monday, Feb. 18, 1963 News Briefs Stan Van Loenen, 810 S. Oak, has been cited by the police for backing and being involved in accident. ACTORS WANTED - Amateurs, tryouts tonight at 7:30 in Elliott Hall for Ottawa's Holy Week Production, "Between Two Thieves." Adv. Policemen charged Jimmie Coins, Osawatomie, with running a stop sign yesterday. He posted $10 bond. Plastering, patch plastering, stuccoing. CH 2-3518. Free estimates. Adv. A damage suit filed by the Kay Auto Leasing Company against R. E. and Kenneth Hamilton has been dismissed in District Court due to lack of prosecution. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv. Monte Blue Dead At 76 MILWAUKEE, Wis. <AP)Monte Blue, 76, veteran screen actor and circus press agent, died today at Deaconess Hospital, where he had been under treatment after suffering a coronary attack. Blue, an advance man for the Hamid-Morton Circus, came to Milwaukee last week to publicize the Tripoli Shrine Circus which opens today. He collapsed Thursday. A physician said a bad cold and a severe attack of influenza complicated the heart condition from which Blue suffered. His wife, Betty, was summoned from their home at Beverly Hills, Calif. She was resting in another room when Blue took a sudden turn for the worse. He died at 6:20 a.m. today. Blue's career in the movies dated back to the silent films. He played a variety of roles but was starred in many Westerns. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Albert C. Graffham, 1023 S. Locust; Allen Leo Loyd, Sr., Howard, Saturday. Lloyd A. Schweitzer, Princeton; Mrs. Duane Gifford, Wellsville; Mrs. James Hargett, Jr., and son, Baldwin, Sunday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swinehart, 903 E. Wilson, daughter, Saturday, weight, 6 lb., 11 oz. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunhill, Miller, daughter, Saturday, weight, 9 lb., 8 oz. Dismissals Chester Leach, RFD 1, Rantoul; Larry Roddick, 823 Tremont, Saturday. Mrs. Alfred Mathias, RFD 2, Pomona; Kenneth Lee Bishop, 1238 N. Sycamore; Mrs. Jacob L. Markley and baby daughter, RFD 1; Mrs. Carrie E. Brooks, Pomona; Mrs. Isabelle Suffron, Crestview nursing home, Sunday. Patricia O'Dea, RFD 2, Wellsville; Mrs. Donald White, 745 S. Cedar; Mrs. Billie Rose and baby son, Quenemo, Monday. 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 (AP) — Cattle 7,500 ;calves 200; steers steady to 25 higher; heifers steady, instances 25 higher; high choice steers 25.00-50; choice 23.75-24.50; good 22.00-23.15; choice heifers 24.25-50; good 23.25-24.00; cows 14.00-16.00; some high commercial 16.50-17.'GO; good and choice veal- ers 23.00-28.00. Hogs 5,200; all classes steady to 25 lower; barrows and gilts 1-3 100-245 lb 15.00-50; 1-3 275-400 lb sows 13.50-14.00. Sheep 1,200; 25-75 higher; prime wooled lambs 19.00; high choice and prime 18.75-18.00; good and choice 17.50-18.50; high choice and prime fall shorn lambs 18.50; •wes 5.50-6.50. Charge Driver In Collision Cars driven by Floyd Indall, 332 Ash and Rupert Miller, 114 S. Locust, were. involved in accident at 2nd-Locust intersection about 8 yesterday morning. The right front fender of In- dalTs car was damaged, and the left rear door of the other car was damaged. Indall was cited by police for failing to yield the right of way and being involved in acute*. Deaths MARY A. MAGRATH Mary Ann "Minnie" Magrath, 89, 1719 S. Valley, Kansas City, Kas., died Sunday at 1:20 .pm. in Cedar House nursing home where she had lived Vfa years. Services will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in St. John The Evangelist Church, Kansas City, Kas., of which she was a member. Father Landweher will officiate. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Kansas City. Rosary will be recited from the Simmons Funeral Home, Kansas City, Monday at 8 p.m. Miss Magrath had been ill since the first of the year. Before coming to Cedar House she had lived for 60 years in Kansas City, moving around the turn of the century from Emerald community where she was born Oct. 26, 1873. She is survived by two brothers, Terence, Kansas City, Kas., and William A. Magrath, Ottawa. DAVID L. McGEE David L. McGee, 80, 225 S. Cedar, retired railroad employe and lifelong Franklin County resident, died at 1031 N. Sycamore Sunday at 7:30 p.m. He was ill one week. Services will be at Dengel & Son Mortuary Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. He was born in Bedford County, Pa., and came to this county with his parents at an early age. He was reared in the Richter community, came to Ottawa later. A Santa Fe railroad store department clerk, he retired in 1949 after 45 years of service. On May 9, 1906, at Richter, he married May Eugena Hanna who died Jan. 22, 1953. He was a member of First Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie James, Kansas City; and Mrs. Betty Lambert, Ottawa. One brother preceded him in death. MRS. LUCY C. HOSKINSON Mrs. Lucy C. Hoskinson, 71, 903 S. Mulberry, died Sunday at 5:15 a.m. in Guardian Angel nursing home after a two-year illness. Services will be in the Methodist Church at Moscow, Kas., Wednesday at 2 p.m. with burial in the Moscow Cemetery. Friends may call at the Dengel & Son Mortuary until late Monday night. She was born at Liberal May 20, 1891, and was married there Feb. 13, 1913, to Jess E. Hoskinson who died Dec. 21, 1951. Mrs. Hoskinson moved to Ottawa with her husband in 1942 and returned to Moscow in 1949. She came to Ottawa in 1960 to live with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Foster. She was a Methodist. Surviving are Mrs. Foster; two other daughters, Mrs. Eugene Foster, RFD 4, and Mrs. Lester Adair, Santa Fe, N. M.; two sons, Mark J. Hoskinson, Ulysses, and James E. Hoskinson, Peabody; 19 grandchildren; 29 great-grandr children; three sisters, Mrs. Anna M. Rosel, Ulysses, and Mrs. Lloyd Bailey and Mrs. Wood Cott, Manter, and two brothers, Mark and James Gray, Moscow, Kas. HAROLD E. TAYLOR Harold E. Taylor, 50, 719 Ash, died Saturday at 11:50 a.m. after a week's illness. He was a retired Santa Fe signal foreman. Services will be at Dengel & Son Mortuary Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will offi- caite. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Mr. Taylor was born at Emporia Aug. 27, 1912, and moved from there to Ottawa in 1947. He retired in 1960 after 19 years of employment with the Santa Fe. Prior to that time he worked for the Montgomery Ward & Co. store in Larned. He married Eulla Messenter in Ottawa July 15, 1949. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow; his mother, Mrs. Laura Hicks Taylor, Emporia, and one brother, George Taylor, Emporia. EDWARD J. NEILL Edward J. Neill, 80, retired Melvern farmer, died Sunday in an Emporia hospital where he was taken after breaking his hip Friday. He had lived in Lyndon since September. Services will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in Quenemo Federated Church. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery, Quenemo. Friends may call at Shaffer Mortuary, Lyndon, Tuesday evening until noon Wednesday. Mr. Neill was born Dec. 1, 1882, near Quenemo. He married Alice Wadsworth April 25, 1925, at Lyndon. Surviving are the widow; one son, Allen Edward Neill, Milwaukee, Wis.; five step-children, Mrs. Marvelle Hauck, San Pedro, Calif.; Mrs. Ruth Langston, Meriden; Delmer Wadsworth, Mesa, Ariz.; George Wadsworth, Ft. Lyon, Colo., and Ray Wadsworth, Lyndon, and four grandchildren, i About900 See 'Finian's Rainbow 9 About 900 people attended Ottawa High School's musical presentation of "Finian's Rainbow" Thursday and Saturday nights, John W. Jones, music instructor and director of the operetta, said. The attendance was as good this year as it has been in past years, he said. Last year about 2,000 attended the school's presentation of "Oklahoma," but there was an afternoon performance as well as night shows. Jones said he particularly was pleased with the students' acting. The characters in "Finian's Rainbow" are more difficult to portray than those in other plays, he pointed out. Jones said he had not yet given any thought to next year's play. "It's too far off," he said. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some schools closed and hospitals in several cities suspended visiting hours today in a grim effort to slow the spread of influenza. Pneumonia-influenza deaths continued above epidemic proportions for the fifth week in figures obtained from 18 cities by the communicable disease center of the U.S. Public Health Service. Outbreaks of Asian type flu were confirmed in New York, Maryland, North Carolina, Kansas, Michigan and the District of Columbia. Destroy Wayward Polaris CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —A Polaris A3 missile veered off course during second-stage flight today and was destroyed by the range safety officer. The missile darted off a land launching pad and performed normally through first-s t a g e flight. But shortly after the second stage separated and ignited it began to corkscrew out of control and the safety officer sent a radio signal to detonate explosive charges in the vehicle. Pieces of the rocket fell into the Atlantic several miles offshore. The rocket was intended to cover an 1,800-mile course. Test firings on Feb. 7 and Feb. 11 were successful. The first six shots in the series failed. The A3, which eventually will have a reach of 2,875 miles, is scheduled to be ready for operational deployment aboard nuclear submarines in about 18 months. Floods, Slides Harrass Europe ROME (AP)-Floods and landslides are leaving their mark on European Mediterranean areas troubled earlier this winter by unaccustomed snow and freezing weather. Seventeen dead were counted today in Italy, Spain and Portugal. A weekend of cold gales and heavy rain brought a rash of landslides in southern Italy. These claimed seven lives and injured at least 100 persons at Naples and Salerno. Flash floods forced hundreds of Sardinian islanders from their homes. Man Perishes In Trailer Fire CHARLESTON, Kan. (AP) Harold B. Jackson and Louis Walker had planned a coyote hunt Sunday morning. Jackson never made it. Walker went by the 27-year-old ranch worker's house trailer Sunday and found Jackson dead on a smouldering divan. Coroner Darrell J. Evans said it appeared Jackson was smoking and fell asleep on the divan. He said Jackson apparently was asphyxiated. Funerals MRS. MARY E. ANDERSON Services for Mrs. Mary E. Anderson, who died Feb. 13, were at Towner's Chapel Feb. 16. Rev. Ned M. Roberts officiated. Pallbearers were Glenn Welch, Gary Blakesley, Frank, James, Harold and Dr. Dale Anderson. Al Williams sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 Trying To Slow Spread Of Flu A physician in Albany, N.Y., who recently visited Baltimore was the only confirmed case of Asian flu in upstate New York where at least seven schools closed for part of last week. The health commissioner of Milwaukee, Dr. E. R. Krumbiegel, predicted an Asian flu outbreak would reach epidemic proportions in that city. Visiting hours were suspended until further notice at Memphis, Tenn., city hospitals where more than 500 patients were treated for upper respiratory infections. He's All Alone In Doomed Town Ny PAUL RECER KEYSTONE, Okla. (AP)-Not long ago Dewey Selvidge kept busy at his service station in Keystone. Now he rarely has a customer. He is the last resident of Keystone and his is the last business in what once was a northeastern Oklahoma farming community of 500. From his station, Selvidge looks over a valley that is hazy with smoke as work crews cut and burn tall stands of hardwood trees. No Review Of Trial Of Hickok WASHINGTON (AP)-The Supreme Court refused today to review me trial of Richard Eugene Hickock, who is under sentence of death in Kansas in the slaying of four persons. Hickock and Perry Edward Smith were convicted in the killing and both appealed to the Supreme Court. However, the court acted today only on the appeal by Hickock. It will announce later its action on the appeal by Smith. Hickock and Smith were convicted in the killing of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Clutter, their daughter, Nancy, 16, and their son Kenyon, 14, near Holcomb, Kan. The family was slain Nov .15, 1959. Hickock and Smith were arrested in Las Vegas. Counsel for the condemned men contended they did not get a fair trial. Their appeal to the high tribunal also said "the election of Republicans in 1960 and again in November, 1962 re-election of the governor of Kansas is contingent upon the hanging" of the two. Keystone's main street is rutted and broken. Cattle roam about the two remaining buildings—the service station and the roofless hull of a dry goods store. A huge concrete dam rises from the floor of the valley two miles from Selvidge's station. When completed in 1965, the dam will create an Arkansas River reservoir that will stretch for miles upstream and bury Keystone under 40 feet of water. Ironically, the reservoir is named for the town it will bury. Selvidge doesn't know when he will receive word from Army Engineers to leave. "I might have to close in six months, or at 6 p.m." he said. Keystone might have lived, Selvidge said, but its residents chose to let it die. He said the government would have paid for moving lie town intact to another location. "But they took the government money for their personal proper- y and then scattered into three counties," he said. Selvidge, 52, moved to Keystone n 1917. With the money the government paid for his station, he s planning a hew home seven miles away. OHS Notes Ottawa High students will get their first sample of the East Kansas League exchange program tomorrow when Rosedale High students put on an assembly program in the auditorium at 10 a.m. Ottawa students will pay 15 cents each in admission. On Friday night, the Argentine Mustang "A" and "B" teams will come to Ottawa for EKL games in the junior high gym, the "B" game beginning at 6:30. The junior class' pancake feed will be at Memorial Auditorium with serving in three sessions through the day. Membersmp f'ees! No Dues to Pay to Belong "Free Quotation on Rates" SMITH'S 2-1738 3rd & Main An Ottawa Institution Since 1898 Lamb Funeral Home TAYLOR — Funeral Services for Mr. Harold Taylor, who passed away Saturday morning, will be conducted from the Mortuary Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. HOSKINSON - Funeral Services for Mrs. Lucy Hoskinson, who passed away early yesterday morning, will be conducted from the Moscow Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Interment Moscow Cemetery, Moscow, Kansas. Friends may call at tiie Dengel & Son Mortuary until late this evening. McGEE — Funeral Services for Mr. David L. McGee, life long resident of Franklin County, who passed away last evening, will be conducted from the Mortuary Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating. Interment Hope Cemetery. MAGRATH — Funeral Services for Miss Mary Ann "Minnie" Magrath will be conducted from the St. John, the Evangelist Catholic Church, Kansas City, Kansas, Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri. Rosary Services will be recited from the Simmons Mortuary of Kansas City, Kansas tonight at 8:00 o'clock. To Plot In Guatemala WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. rhruston B. Morton has linked Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower with plans for the 1954 overthrow of the pro-Communist government of Guatemala. And he says Eisenhower was ready to make sure it succeeded. Morton, a Kentucky Republican, was assistant secretary of state For congressional relations when uatemala was invaded by anti- Communists. He quoted Eisenhower as asking when the attack tlans were made: "Are you sure his is going to succeed?" After being assured that it would, Morton said, Eisenhower responded: "I'm prepared to take any steps that are necessary to see that it succeeds. For if it succeeds it's the people of Guatemala throwing off the yoke of communism. If it fails, the flag of the United States has failed." Morton's comments were made Friday at a Republican dinner in Baltimore. Film clips of his state, ment on Guatemala were shown Sunday on a television newspro- gram. Eisenhower was not available For comment. There has been widespread acceptance in the past of the thesis that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency played a role in ousting the leftist regime of former Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman. Ph. CH 2-2323 Links Ike Lefato Section 1 of O. ft. Supp. INI to O.ft. Legate RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION CREATING LATERAL SEWER DISTRICT NO. 140 OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN 8-INCH LATERAL SEWER THEREIN, AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE COST OF SAID IMPROVEMENT. WHEREAS: There is a need for an 8-inch lateral sewer beginning at a point on the North line of the tract described herein approximately 160 feet East of the N.W. corner of said tract, thence running South approximately 500 feet, and beginning at a point approximately 1SJ 'eet East and 250 feet South of the N.W. corner of said tract, and running East ISO feet to the existing 8. E. main sewer and there ending, and, WHEREAS: Pursuant to a petition signed by Cecil J. Gilmore, Laura Ruth Oilmore, Francis R. Shull and Daisy H. Shull, iwners of the real estate to be included n the proposed sewer district, requesting that the Improvement be made with out notice and hearing as required by Sub-Section 1 of G.S. 1961 Supp. to G S 1849, 12-6a04, and, WHEREAS: On the 6th day of February, It63, he Governing Body of the City of Ot- awa. Kansas, made a finding that said ateral sewer district No. 140 was necessary, and that U is necessary to construct an 8-inch lateral sewer therein. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That the following described tract and parcel of land situated in the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Commencing at the intersection of the East line of Mulberry Street and the North line of 13th Street in the City of Ottawa, thence East 864 feet thence South 504-1-6 feet parallel to Mulberry Street produced thence West 864 feet, parallel to the North line described above, thence North 5CM-1-6 feet to the place of beginning, all in the South Vt of Section 1, Township 17, Range IB. In the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas shall constitute the lateral sewer district No. 140 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, and that the said lateral sewer district be and the same Is hereby created and established and shall include the above described land. Section 2. That the 8-inch lateral sewer be constructed therein, commencing at the point on the North line of the above described tract, approximately 150 feet East of the N.W. corner of said tract, thence running South approximately 500 feet, and beginning at a point approximately 150 feet East and 350 feet South of the N.W. corner of said tract, and running East 150 feet to the existing 8.E main sewer and there ending. Section 3. That the cost and expense ol constructing said lateral sewer shal be assessed on lots and tracts anc parcels of ground contained in said lateral sewer district as set forth in Section 1 of this resolution, according to the appraised value thereof without .regard to the improvements thereon, which value shall be ascertained as provided by law, and the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa Kansas shall provide for the payment of the costs thereof by the Issuance of improvement bonds of sale City, payable from assessments against the property benefitted, towit: All of the lots, tract*, and parcels of ground contained in said latera sewer district as set forth in Section 1 of this Resolution, which said bonds shall be issued to mature in not more than ten (10) installments of approxl mately equal amounts each year, am said first such installment shall mature not more than two (2) years after the date of the issuance, and the last such installment shall mature no more than eleven (11) years after the date of issuance, and such bonds shal bear interest at a rate not to exceed 5 per cent per annum, payable semi annually. Special assessments shall be maturing and the interest thereon, as provided by law. Such assessments •hall be made upon the property chargeable with the costs of such im prove ments and shall be levied anc collected in the manner provided by law, but the assessed valuation of the property liable for such costs shall be established for the first year's assessment and shall be retained for the assessment for the succeeding in stallments of said bonds. Section 4. That this Resolution wai adopted by the unanimous vote of thi Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 6th day of Feb ruary, 1(63. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION CREATING LATERAL SEWER DISTRICT NO. 141 OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN 8-INCH LATERAL SEWER THEREIN, and PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE COST OF SAID IMPROVEMENT. WHEREAS: There is a need for an 6-inch latera sewer beginning at a manhole at the N. B. corner of Lot 26, Willow Acre Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas thence South approx. 625 feet to a man hole to be constructed at the 8. E corner of Lot 39, and beginning at the N. E. corner of Lot 24, Willow Acre Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kan sas, thence South approx, 685 feet to a manhole to be constructed at the 8. E. corner of Lot 61, and beginning at the proposed sewer at the 8. E corner of Lot 46, thence West approx 630 feet to a proposed main sewer a the 8. W. corner of Lot 43 and then ending, and WHEREAS: Pursuant to a petition signed by PEL Construction Company, Inc. and Dorothy O, Daugharthy, owners of the real estate to be included in the pro posed sewer district, requesting (ha (he improvement be mad* without notice and Hearing as required by Sub- on the 6th day of February, INI, the Governing Body of the Cite of Ot- awa, Kansas, made a finding that said attral sewer district No, 141 was necessary, Mid that it is ntctssary to construct an_8-ineh lateral sewer therein. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of he City of Ottawa, Kansas: , Section 1. That the following described tract and parcel of land situated In the City of Ottawa, Kansas: tote 33 through 61, Inclusive, Willow Acres Addition to the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas •hall constitute the lateral tewer district Mo. Ml of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, and that the aald lateral sewer district be and the same U hereby created and established and shall include the above described land. Section 3. That the 8-Inch lateral sewer. be constructed therein, beginning at the manhole . at the N. E. comer of Lot M. Willow Acres Addition to the City, of Ottawa, Kansas, thence South approx. 695 feet to a manhole to be constructed at the 8. E. .corner of Lot SI, and beginning at the N. E. corner of Lot M, Willow Acres Addition to the City of Ottawa, Kansas, thence South approx. 6M feet to a manhole to be constructed at the 8. E. corner of Lot 61, and begln- n at the proposed sewer at the . corner of Lot 46, thence West approx. 630 feet to a proposed -main sewer at the S. W. corner of Lot 43 and there ending. Sectior 3. That the cost and expense of constructing said lateral sewer shall be assessed on lots and tract! and parcels of ground contained In said lateral sewer district as set forth in Section 1 of this resolution, according to the . appraised value thereof without regard to the improvement* thereon, which value shall be ascertained as provided by law, and the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, shall provide for the payment of the costs thereof by the Issuance of improvement bonds of said City, payable from the assessments against the property benefit- ted, to- wit: All of the lots, tracts, and parcels of ground contained In said lateral sewer district as set forth In Section 1 of this Resolution, which said 'bonds shall be issued to mature in not more than ten (10) installments of approxl mately equal amounts each year, and said first such installment shall mature not more than two (2) years after the date of the issuance, and the last such installment shall mature not more than eleven (11) years after the date of issuance, and such bonds shall bear Interest at a rate of not to exceed 5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Special assessments shall be maturing and the interest thereon, as provided by law. Such assessments shall be made upon the property chargeable with the costs of such Improvements and shall be levied and collected In the manner provided by law, but the assessed valuation of the property liable for such costs shall be established for the first year's assessment and shall be retained for the assessment for the succeeding installments of said bonds. Section 4. That this Resolution was adopted by the unanimous vote of the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 6th day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson. Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper, City Clerk (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 In the Matter of the Estate of 3va 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, deteased: You are hereby notified that Harvey W. Reed was appointed on January 39, 1963, and qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Eva Reed, deceased; hat 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 aw; and that if their demands are not tus exhibited they shall be forever Dated at Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansas, this 30th day of January, 1963. Harvey W. Reed, Administrator. Winton A. Winter, Attorney for Administrator. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 1 .. • • '. . " • .'.'?'' •'.''•' Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount on Local •da paid by 8 p.m. following day. < CLASSIFIED DEADLINE p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 8:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word •••••• 8c 5 insertions per word •••••• iSc 6 insertions per word •••••• 24c 2 insertions per word «••••• ISc 16 insertions per wura •••••• Me 2ash minimum ........ ..... 48c Cud of Thanks 4c per word — ' 70c mia (First Published February 19, 1(63) (Last Published February U, 1M3) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MASSASOIT STREET FROM THE_ EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET WHEREAS: The Oovernlni Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deemi U necessary to widen and otherwise improve Massasoit Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar 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 Massasolt Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street in the City of Ottawa. Kansas Section a. That such widening and Improvement shall be to remove the existing curb and gutter and to add a 30-ft. wide strip of concrete pavement to each side of the existing street, said concrete pavement to be an average thickness of tV* inches and plain concrete, including monolithic curb and gutter. All in ae cordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body does hereby declare such work am improvement necessary to be done and that special assessments shall be levied to pay for the same. Section 3. This resolution is passed under authority of O.8. Kansas 1849 Chapter U, Article 6, which Article contains the general paving law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution wai duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this «th day of February, 1963. ou a»y « chMlel WBUwBiOOl Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper, City Clerk SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolii Claude—918 Howard—48. Ottawa RFD 4 franklin County «•!• Company «w» North Ottawa no Highway it reb. 14—Floyd Carter Bit.. 4tt mile Northwest of Lane. KM.. 1 P-m- Feb. 19 —. Ottawa Farm Imp. Co. Machinery Sale 1 mile South of Ottawa Kas. on Highway 59. Feb. 35 — Special Stacker * Feede Bale Franklin County Bale Barn on mile North of Ottawa on Highway Feb.' 36 — M". Fred ProIJet Farm Sale, 4% mllei Bait of Ottawa, Kai on Logan St. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Ovsrbrooi Livestock Sale. Orerbrooa. Kansas B»ery Wednesday. •very friday - *U»n County U«» «teek OnMnr a*> nit* Kansas Feb. 19 — Ottawa Farm Implemen Machinery Bale. 1 milt Muth of Ottawa. Print; and Son Ben Printy "ftp" CH 2-W74 CH 1-1201 Community MeUo* _«»ery night 1 P.SB., tuo M. _. Community tale every eight IDS N. Mate. Thwadai Harold Stewart A Chart* Beatty Harold - CH M8N Charles - Lyndon, Kansas Feb. U — Night Consignment Horse Bale, Neoibo Livestock Commission Co., Neosho. Mo. Feb. 35 — NigM Coniignment HorM Sale, Lawrence Livestock CommU- aioa C*., EMt Wh Mmt, Lawrence 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 S insertions no change .. fl.50 Out of trade territory, 6c per w.ord per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks To the friends and neighbors in Ottawa and those in Rantoul area we wish to thank all of them or the beautiful flowers, cards and food given to us during our recent sorrow of losing our loved one, Esther L. Borland, signed: he Borland family. Notices —9 PETER K. PAPPS Constable. I am able to collect bills and bad checks, Serve Summons of all kinds, Oil E. 7th. Phone CH 2-1424. Retta Conclave No. 8 Order of True Kindred. Stated meeting, Monday, Feb. 18, fc p.m. Social hour. Clara Finch, W. C. Marie Raffelock, Secy. Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Stated meeting Wed. Feb. 20, 7:30 p.m. Obligation night. Visiting members welcome. LaVerne Pence, W.M. Vola Phillips, Secy. Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, February 19, 1963, 7:30p.m. Work in First Degree. George A. Ledom, W. M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. Personals —H WANTED A RIDE or drive car from vicinity of Ottawa to vicinity of Keywest Florida. Must be there Feb. 25. — BUI Gossett — CH 2-3087. Instruction —18 U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women — 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write today giving name, address and phone. — Lincoln Service, Box D-64, Ottawa Herald. Male Help Wanted —19 SEE IBM Job Training opportunities on the Amusement Page 4 next to movie ads. EXPERIENCED tire serviceman must be high school graduate. Call CH 2-2468. Mr. Turley for interview appointment. 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 Herald. 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. WEST BEND Needs Man for Local Sales on Advertising Work at least high school education A Car Desirable Contract Jim Browning 208 N. Gold, Paola, Kansas Phone AX 4-4086 after 5 p.m. Salesmen —20 MAN OR WOMAN - Earn $100 per week and up, full time or $30-$60 part time. Supply established demand for Rawleigh Products in Ottawa. ~P Write Rawleigh, Dept. KAB-5801115, Freeport, HI.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free