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• THE OTTAWA HERALD ?r Tuesday, February 19, 1983 Briefs Out-of-town relatives attending icrvices for Mrs. Lucy McGinnis, Princeton, were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest McGinnis, Tarkio, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ukley and Mr. and Mrs. John Rhoades, Wa- keeney; Mrs. Elsie Blough and Fred Blough, Shaw; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Blough and Elmer Tack, Chanute; Richard Blough and Mrs. Wynona Bogle, Caney; Mr and Mrs. H. 0. Alleman, Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Alleman, Kansas City, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fisher, Mission, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blough and John, Ottawa. Ruhamah Baptist Church will have a sausage & pancake supper at the church 1 mi. S., 2 mi. W. of Rantoul on Fri. Eve., Feb. 22. Serv. starts at 5:30, 50 cents per person. Adv. Register now for $169.95 Motorola Console Stereo given Thursday Feb. 28th. No obligation. Register now! Gambles Store. Adv. Total carloads moved over Santo Fe System lines for the week niding Feb. 16, 1963, were 32, 197 compared with 31,459 for the lame week a year ago. On-line oadings were 20,144 compared vith 20,814 for the corresponding veek last year. ACTORS WANTED - Ama- :eurs, tryouts tonight at 7:30 in Ottawa's Holy "Between Two Adv. Holiday Tomorrow For Some Washington's Birthday will be a holiday for some Ottawans Friday, but, for most, it will be just another work day. City and county officials have announced their offices will not open and there will be no mail delivery, Postmaster T. J. Cummings, Jr., said. Ottawa banks and loan companies also have announced they will close. City schools will be open as usual Friday as will Ottawa University. The Ottawa Herald will be published as usual. Washington's Birthday, like other patriotic occasions, is a day to display the Stars and Stripes. Beautiful 3 by 5 foot, 50-star flags can be obtained for $3 at The Herald office. The offer includes a mast and socket for display. No Joy Over $625,000 Award For Insect Bite CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)-News j that the highest court in the land had affirmed his $625,000 damage award in the "bug bite" case brought no joy to James T. Gallick, 61, the legless man's attorney reported. Gallick's first thoughts reportedly were for an attorney who is seriously ill in another hospital. Attorney Marshall I. Nurenberg broke the news of the U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday at Highland View Hospital, where Gallick was admitted in 1958. When he told the former Baltimore & Ohio railroad employe he had good news, the man's face brightened, Nurenberg said, but that the damage Deaths when Gallick learned news concerned his award he expressed disappointment. "He said he thought I was going to tell him Abe was getting out of the hospital," said Nurenberg. "Abe" is A. H. Dudnik, the attorney who fought the case through lower courts and prepared papers for the final appeal. Dudnik went into University hospital late last year with a serious illness. Nurenberg presented arguments before the Supreme Court. Nurenberg said when court costs and interest at 6 per cent are added to the damage award, which was returned by a Common Pleas court jury June 26, 1959. the railroad will have to pay a total of $750,000. Nurenberg did not say how Legate Ledger Balance: Schools .. .. $ 666,970.07 Townships 5,310.57 Cities ,. .. 39,666.63 Funds .. .. 1,147,131.65 Cash Balance: Cash on Hand $1,781,380.63 .$ 12,295.85 9-5-63 much would remain after payment of lawyers' fees and after medical bills, which he estimated at $200,000. Gallick, of suburban Parma, is married and has a grown son. Testifying from a stretcher dur- kig the trial, Gallick said he wasj county Funds" required to work near a pond in-' tested with vermin and insects while supervising switching operations in Cleveland's flats in 1954. The insect that bit him never was identified. Gallick told the court the afflicted area above his left knee swelled, and his doctor was unable to do anything about the infection. First one leg then the other was amputated as his entire system became infected, Gallick's attorneys alleged. Deposit*: 1st National Bank .. ..$ 459,813.27 Peoples National Bank .. , 469,036.13 Kansas State Bank .. .. 966,341.66 Wellsville Bank 168,618.83 Peoples St. Bk-RlCh. ... 169,676.48 Cltliens St., Pomona ... 107,287.51 Legate 'Lends Rd. 1,666.79 $1,751,980.92 The above, statement show* the balance of the funds and accounts at the close of business January 91st, 1663. A copy of this statement has,been filed with the Board of County Commissioners, along with the quarterly statement showing the balance of aU School Districts, Townships, Cities, State and Elliott Hall for (Veek Production, flueves." Three Ottawans are among 104 University of Kansas students •/hose names have been placed on the honor roll of the college of liberal arts and sciences. They are Margaret D. Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Hughes, 1444 S. Elm; Robert E. Black, son of Mrs. Mary Black, 736 S. Sycamore, and Karen Indall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Indall, 332 Ash. Moore Chevrolet has reported to the police that an automobile on the firm's lot, 5th-Main, was scratched over the weekend. The front fenders, hood and trunk of the car were damaged. Hazel Romstedt, 634 Poplar, was cited by the police yesterday for running a stop sign. John W. Swain, Paris, Tex., w John W. Swain, Paris, Tex., was charged by police yesterday with speeding 40 in a 20-mile zone. He posted $20 bond. Gayle I. Green, 408 W. 9th, has filed a divorce action in District Court against Clyde 0. Green. She charges extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sommers have filed a quiet title action in District Court against Daniel Deford and others. Plastering, patch plastering, EVERETT OSHEL Everett Oshel, 60, Lawrence, died Feb. 13 while en route to Lawrence Memorial Hospital by ambulance after being stricken with a heart attack while helping with farm work. < He had been in poor health several years. Born at DeSoto, he lived on a farm all of his life. He was married to Elizabeth McMachan, DeSoto. The couple lived at DeSoto until several months ago when they went to Arizona for a few months and returned to Lawrence. Survivors include the widow; 13 living children; six sisters, Pearl Mohler, Eudora; Bytha Adkins, Topeka; Velma Durell, Golden, Colo.; Emma King, Rangely, Colo.; Charlotte Acuff, DeSoto, and Viola Clark, Wellsville; three brothers, Lester Oshel, Edgerton; Arthur Oshel, DeSoto, and Boyd Oshel, Topeka, and a nephew, Boyd Oshel, Edgerton. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Chapel in Olathe. Rev. Theodore Superduto, Presbyterian minister at Olathe, officiated. Burial was at DeSoto. JONATHAN E. HIATT Jonathan Ezra Hiatt, 80, RFD Hospital Monday at 8 p.m. He entered Ransom Memorial Hospital Jan. 31 and was transferred to Lawrence Feb. 9. Services will be in Towner's Chapel Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. Charles P. Knight will officiate. Burial will be in Welda Cemetery. A fanner and stockman, Mr. Hiatt was born at Weld July 10. 1882, and lived in Anderson County until 1937 when he moved to Franklin County. He married Stella Myrtle Smith at Welda Sept. 27, 1916. Girl Grieves For Friend Who Saved Her And Died Aimed* Sinclair County Treasurer Cowity Treasurer's Quarterly Statement January 31, 1963 Balance as shown in ledger as of January 31, 1963. By DIAL TORGERSON LOS ANGELES (AP)—"He was my first serious boy friend," said Paulette Lewis, 15. "We had been going steady one month and 12 days." Then she began to cry. Paulette told Monday, between tears, of the moment David Brimley sacrificed his life for hers as they walked, hand-in-hand, across an avenue near their homes. Suddenly a car roared through a red light, glanced off another auto, and hurtled, brakes squealing, at Paulette and David. "David shouted, 'Look out,' and he gave me a push," Paulette said. 'I think he tried to run, but —when I recovered my balance, I couldn't see him." David, 17, who had just gotten his first job and enrolled in his Approve Beatification For 2 U.S. Catholics Stuccoing, estimates. CH 2-3518. y ree Adv. Gars driven by Dale E. Winters, Princeton, and Allen Rubick, 1115 S. Mulberry, were involved n an accident in the 300 block >n South Walnut about 5 yester- lay afternoon. Damage to Win- ier's car was estimated at $45. There was no apparent damage to the other vehicle. Both cars had been in the city parking lot prior to the accident. The Church of the Brethren has irranged to have Capt. Earl Pos- Sy, Salvation Army, Lawrence, is guest speaker at the church Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. His topic Is "It Is No Secret What God Can Do." Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH Surviving are the widow; three sons, Stewart and Joe Hiatt, of the home, and Robert Hiatt, Wellsville; five daughters, Mrs. Rachel Xanthuall, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Beulah Rotramel, Independence, Mo.; Mrs. Ruth Davis, Osawatomie; Mrs. Robert Pajnic, Midway, Ohio, and Mrs. Martha Fiehler, Kansas City; 14 grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Myrtle Lyman, Gardenia, Calif. VATICAN CITY (AP) - The Vatican Congregation of Rites today approved the beatification of two American Roman Catholic figures, Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton and John M. Neumann, fourth bishop of Philadelphia. Ceremonies for the beatifications were scheduled next month. Beatification frequently—but not always — is followed by the Church's highest honor, canonization, or sainthood. Mother Seton, a convert to Catholicism, may become the United States' first native-born saint. Born in New York in 1774, she turned after her husband's death to the education of youth and to charitable work. She founded the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph in America and died in Emmitsburg, Md., in 1821. Her beatification is scheduled March 17. Bishop Neumann was born in Bohemia in 1811. After studying for the priesthood in Budweiss, he came to America in 1836 and was ordained in New York. Pope Pius DC named him bishop of Philadelphia in 1852. He died there in 1860. His beatification is scheduled for March 19, the feast day of St. Joseph. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Donnie Plake, 415 S. Cedar; Mrs. John Hiatt, 617 E. 10th, Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. William McGrath, 109^ E. 15th., daughter, .Tuesday, weight, 7 lb., 14 oz. Dismissals Vz Deborah Lee, 530 Maple; Mrs. Lewis Meek and baby daughter, Pomona; Mrs. Ralph Sand, RFD 1, Monday. Ross Bird, RFD 2; Linda Hermreck, Williamsburg; Mrs. Joseph Swinehart and baby daughter, 903 E. Wilson; Mrs. James Dunhill and baby daughter, Reading, Tuesday. 2-4431. Adv. Clara Kaiser, 324 W. 5th, reports the first flowers of the season, snowdrops, which give promise of another spring coming. She says she usually begins to watch .'or them about Feb. 1, but this year the ground was forzen too hard. She saw signs of them several days ago. She has picked them in January, but that is unusual. Elks bridge tournament winners last night were: McCullough and Grace, first place, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banks, second place. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bush and Mrs. R. A. Anderson and Paul Perkins tied for third place. George M. Berg was found guilty of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs yesterday in county court. He was fined $100 and given a suspended 30- day sentence. Marriage License John Schechauner, 19, Milwaukee, Wis., and Helen L. Hubbard, 17, RantouL Fog, Clouds To Hang On TOPEKA (AP) - Fog and low clouds covered central and eastern sections of Kansas again today and at least one more day of fog is predicted. The fog was more widespread today than it had been with the heaviest concentration in the Concordia, Saliha and Manhattan areas. It was the third day in a row for fog in parts of central Kansas. A weak surge of cool air accounted for the fog today and will bring more early Wednesday, the Weather Bureau said. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.42 Shelled Corn 1.13 Ear Corn 1.08 Milo .. Barley Oats . Rye 1.73 1.0fc 81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Stolen Ship Boarded By Marines BELEM, Brazil (AP)—A small detachment of Brazilian marines was reported today to have boarded the hijacked Venezuelan freighter Anzoategui. The ship was proceeding toward this port at the mouth of the Amazon River. The Venezuelan government shipping company, owners of the Anzoaetgui, said in Caracas it had received a message from the ship reporting that she would put into Macapa, at the north entrance to the Amazon, about 200 miles northwest of Belem. All aboard the vessel were reported well. Four Brazilian marines set out from Belem this morning to board the snip At the time, she was "•ichoved near an island off the /ilian north coast. Later the Anzoategui got up steam and headed southward. Analyzes Characters In Play An analysis of the characters in "Breath of Spring" was presented by Mrs. Ruth Lathrop Kirven at last night's meeting of the Drama Study Club. Characters chosen for the play, to be presented next month by Ottawa Community Theater Players, Inc., were present. Mrs. Kirven is director. Mrs. Kirven, directed a discussion on characterization as related to the play. Her theme was, "No man is an island unto himself." It was brought out that heredity, environment, desires, ambitions and other factors contribute to the make up of he diverse characters in the comedy and cause their lives to be inextricably intertwined. first college course, was hurled 150 feet to his death. The careening car slid into a power pole and halted. Three young men jumped out and ran. "I looked around," said Paulette, "and saw where the car had hit the pole down the street. I walked down there—" Again she cried "—and found him lying at the curb." Police drove her home after the accident Sunday night. Her mother, Jean Lewis, called a doctor. He treated the pretty, blonde 10th grader with sedatives. Police also went to tell David's mother, Lillian Armstrong, a few doors away. She told a newsman later how her son had just enrolled as a math major at Santa Monica City College and had obtained a part- time job, his first, as a drugstore delivery boy. "His first check, $20, was due today," she said. The tragedy reached into other homes, too: into the homes of the divorced parents of Raymond Garcia, 17. He walked into a police station Monday night, flanked by his father, Raymond Sr., and his mother, Rose Cueva. He told officers that it was his car which was in the accident. The auto had been abandoned at the scene. He said he remembered hitting the other car but not the boy. He said he ran from the scene and spent most of the day hiding in an alley behind his mother's home, watching police come, looking for him. Finally he went in the house. His mother telephoned his father. They convinced him it was best to surrender. He was booked on suspicion of manslaughter. Mrs. Armstrong, the dead boy's mother, said she had no feelings against him. 8.D. No. i—at 1—Jt (Bond ft Int.) .. 1—Jt (Textbook) .... , « (Bond * Int.) 6—Jt (Trans.)'-.'.' .'.'".'.. 14 14 (Trans.) 16-Jt 18 26-Jt 30 30 (Building) 30 (Social Sec.) 30 (Bond & Int.) 30 (Pav. ft Sew.) .. ... 30 (Rec. ft Flgrd.) .. .. 30—Jt 30—Jt (Bd ft Int.) .. .. 38 (Bd & Int.) 39 (Bond ft Int.) 40—Jt 40—Jt (Trans.) 46 51—Jt 51—Jt (Bd ft Int.) .. .. 63 63 (Trans.) 65 67 60 6B (Bd ft Int.) 8B (Building) 77—Jt '... 77—Jt (Trans.) 85 86—Jt B2 82 (Trans.) •J—Jt 82—Jt (Bd, Int. Se. A) 82—Jt (Bd, Int. Se. B) 82—Jt (Building) .. .. 100 1... 103—Jt 112—Jt 112—Jt (Bond ft Interest) 112—Jt (Trans.) ZOO—Jt H'mwd Twp. . Lincoln Twp. Rd 8,368.14 Ohio Twp. Rd. 8,666.43 Ohio Twp. Bp. Rd 1,631.41 Ottawa Twp. Rd 8.834.70 Peoria Twp. Rd. .. .,. 7,711.51 Peoria Twp. Spe. Rd. . 3,873.86 Pomona Twp. Rd. .. . . 3,7H.4i P'tawtme Twp. Rd. ... 5.611.04 F'tawtme Twp. Sp. Rd. 1,309.M Richmond Twp. Rd. . 6,011.61 Rich, twp. Spe. Rd. .. 131.34 •Bun Twp. Rd 6,365.63 •Burg TWp. 8pe. Rd. .. 1,541.6! Social Welfare .. 101,586.38 Agricultural Bit. .... .14,535.53 Noxious Weed 14,5*4.73 No*. Wd. Sales Tax .... 1.11 OMI. High Scl. Tult. ... 191,013.01 Co. Ele. School 66,133.07 levied to pay for the same. Section 1: This resolution -Is passed under authority of O.8. Kansas 1848, Chapter U, Article 6, which Article contains the general paving law and related provisions. . The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing lody of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this 6th day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson, tT/TBST-t Donald R. Capper, City Clerk RURAL HIGH SCHOOLS 2 (Bond ft Int.) 4—Jt (Bd ft Jnt) 5 (Bond ft Int.) 5—Jt S—Jt (Bd ft Int.) .. .. 5—Jt (Trans.) 6—Jt 6—Jt (Bd ft Int.) .... 6—Jt (Trans.) 7-Jt 7—Jt (Bd ft INT) ... 7—Jt (Trans.) 8 (Bd ft Int.) 8—Jt (Bd ft Int.) .. .. 10—Jt 10—Jt (Trans.) , 11—Jt 11—Jt (Trans.) 50,450.25 13,182.54 1,115.78 842.58 1,568.81 160.78 712.04 152.65 66.18 1,231.20 185.40 184,513.37 11,823.44 8,882.74 5,201.57 1,827.58 6,602.68 705.17 383.77 1,495.29 2,075.05 345.28 51.98 3,683.76 20,080.23 6,119.70 22,725.09 2,680.07 1,567.4'0 3,739.75 24,067.65 10,190.93 716.29 7,461.38 14.93 2,570.01 180.88 8,693.70 1,014.42 1,778.51 241.00 435.05 191.35 3,207.11 16,486.59 80.02 25.74 16.05 926.71 3,026.94 4,577.12 3,161.82 32.34 18.07 8.69 14,162.85 8,666.56 5,859.86 354.86 368.15 65.14 4,276.22 2,300.88 42,202.30 11,262.01 16,753.65 5,370.93 High Scl. Equalisation Hosp, Malnt. Fair Building Social Security Health Mental Health Fr. Co. Hist. So Co. Retirement Special Bridge Spe. Bd Brdg. Bid Fd Co. Bond ft Int Payroll Antioch Cem Central Cem Greenwood Cem. .. .. Lane-Baker Cem. .. . Mt. Hope Cem. .. , Mt. Olivet Cem Princeton Cem Rlch.-Bera Cem. .. .. UCA Cemetery .. .. State Highway .. .. Special Auto St. ft Co. Sch.-flnes .. Unclaimed Legacies . Teachers Inst. .. Inheritance Tax Drainage Dist. No. 1 Current Tax Co. Redemptions . . , Personal Redempt. Advance Tax 23,340.86 39,068.87 828.75 8,667.37 18,928.88 13,771.67 1,764.03 10,776.84 87,843.16 158.86 857.13 17.88 330.57 400.4| 88.68 685.14 603.83 383.31 646.04 1,335.06 318.66 813.00 1,565.61 18,168.48 168.03 376.48 3,001.06 787.40 18,874.20 6,133.44 1,181.03 1,600.30 TOTAL $1,147,131.68 ORDINANCE NO. 2225 AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO AND REGULATING THE PLANNING AND ZONING WITHIN THE CITY OP OTTAWA, KANSAS, REDISTRICTING CERTAIN TRACTS AND AREAS WITHIN SAID CITY AND AMENDING THE AMENDED ZONING MAP ATTACHED TO AND MADE A PART OF ORDINANCE No. 1763 OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA. KANSAS, AND REPEALING CERTAIN PARTS OF SAID AMENDED ZONING MAP OF SAID CITY WHEREAS, after public hearing had thereon, notice of which was dulj given in the manner provided by law the City Planning Commission of th City of Ottawa, Kansas has duly sub milled to the Governing Body of th City of Ottawa, Kansas, its recom mendation in writing for the redistrict ing as hereinafter set forth of a cer tain tract within said City hereinafter- described. NOW THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That the amended zoning map attached to and made a part of Ordinance 1763 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, be, and the same is hereby amended by taking out of District "E" General Business District, and placing within District "C 1 ', Apartment House District, the following described parcel of land situated within the City of Ottawa, Mayor Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%- Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ids 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 1 insertion per word 3 insertions per word 6 insertions per word 12 insertions per word 28 insertions per word «c 15c 24c 45c 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 DO Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. Blind Ads - SOc extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Card of Thanks TOTAL * 566,270.07 County Treasurer's Quarterly Statement TOWNSHIPS: Appanoose General $ Centropolts General Cutler General Cemetery .. .. Franklin General Greenwood General Noxious Weed , Harrison General Hayes General .. .. Homewood General .. .. Election .. Noxious Weed . Lincoln General .. Ohio General .. Noxious Weed . Ottawa General .. Peoria General .. Election .. Noxious Weed Pomona General .. Election .. Noxious Weed Pottawatomie General .. Noxious Weed Richmond General .. .. Williamsburg General .. Noxious Weed 100.08 310.71 318.25 381.63 373.83 119.84 261.61 210.11 Franklin County, Kansas, to-wit: Commencing on the West line of 139.65 262.18 Main Street at a point 80 feet.. South of the S.E. corner of Block 34, University Addition No. 2 to the City of Ottawa, Kansas,, thence West to the East. line of the A.T. & S. Fe railroad right-of-way, thence Southerly along the East line of said railroad right-of-way to the center of 15th Street (being the South line of Section 2, Township 17, Range 19), thence East to the West line of Main Street, thence Northerly along the West line of Mam Street to the place of beginning and being In the S.E. V« of Section 2, Township 17, Range It, except, a tract described as: Commencing at a point on the East line of the right-of-way of the A.T. & S. Fe railroad, 30 feet North of the Section line between Sections 2 and 11, . Township 17, Range 19, Franklin County, Kansas, thence East to a point 150 feet West of the West line of Main Street, City of Ottawa, thence North 234 feet, thence West to the East line of said railroad right-of-way, thence South to the point of beginning and there ending in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, in Franklin County. "It has happened," she said. "David is gone. We can't undo it." Legate 96.85 239.02 294.13 .20 219.81 405.68 13'0.57 310.23 103.69 98.06 116.17 217.02 1.40 330.91 62.04 100.77 I wish to thank Dr. Gollier, nurses, relatives and friends for all their kind deeds, during the illness and death of my dear Mother. — Lucille McGinnis, Notices —9 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. 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. 0? 1 Section 2. That that part of the amended zoning map of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, .attached to and made a part of the Ordinance No. 1763 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, designating the above described tract as being within District C 'E", Genera Business District of said City, be and the ^same is hereby repealed. Section 3. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and publication in the official paper of said City, according to law. Passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 13th day of February, 1963, and approved by the Mayor of said City this 13th day of February, 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, February 19, 1963, 7:30 p.m. Work in First Degree. George A. Ledom, W. M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. Male Help Wanted —19 SEE IBM Job Training opportunities on the Amusement Page 4 next to movie ads. MONTHLY REPORT City Clerk of Ottawa, Kaiuas At Close of Business January 31, 1963 ., F UND BALANCE Airport ................ $ 5,211.20 Band .................. 3,48182 Flood Control Mnt ....... 972489 Bond & Interest ......... 104,781°91 Cemetery— Highland . . . 4 4u'56 Cem. — Highd. Per Res. .. 1,358.16 Cem. — Highland, Walsh lot Perp. Care . . ..... 355.45 Cem. — Hope Per. Cr Gen. Operation Eggs Grade Eggs Hens 20c 32c, 25c, 20c M KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Cattle 4,000, calves 50; steers and heifers 25-50 lower; choice steers 23.2524.00; good to choice 22.00-23.50; choice heifers 23.00-25.50; good to choice 21.00-23.00; cows 14.50-17.50, good and choice vealers 23.0028.00. Hogs 3,400; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady,' 1-3 190-240 lb barrows and gilts 14.85-15.25; 275-400 lb sows 13.5014.00. Sheep 1.200; not established. ewe* fi.W-6.80. Funerals CORA A. CLEAVELAND Services for Cora Alice Cleaveland, who died Feb. 15, were Feb. 18, at the Lamb Funeral Home. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were Earl Huddlestun, Homer Bishop, John Latz, Dale Bones, Dean Martin and Oscar Neff. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Williamsburg. McPherson Chills Baker McPherson (9-8) took a 75-58 decision over Baker (7-10) with a strong scoring burst in the second half in a Kansas Conference game last night. The lead switched 15 times in the first half before McPherson gained a 37-34 halftime advantage. The Bulldogs quickly put the game out of reach in the second half. John Tegler of McPherson and Babe Hawk of Baker each made 20 points. Fire Equip. Fd 535.07 125,181.39 12,819.75 Library 17,544.47 Spe. Lgt. (Whlteway) . ... 6,456.67 Wtr. ft Lgt. Dept 219,381.77 Const. Fund —140,076.59 Prk. Met. Op. Fd 3,346.75 Prk. Mtr. Sink. Fd 1,396.97 Prk, Mtr. Res. Fd 5,450.0V) Prk. Mtr. Rpr. ft Dep. Fd.. 1,900.00 Sew. Disp. Wks. Con. Fd.. 35.57 Social Security Fund 5,617.07 Utility ft Community Promotion Fund 4,932.61 Elec. Wrks. Const. Fd 151,470.59 Sink. Fd., Elec. Rev 59,614.72 Employes Ret. Fd 9,759.72 TOTAL $ CITIES Pomona City General $ Princeton City General Bond & Interest Rantoul City General Bond It Interest No-Fund Warrants .... Richmond City General Library .. Band Bond & Interest Wellsville City General Library Whiteway Bond & Interest Williamsburg City General Bond & Interest 5,310.57 2,095.99 294.51 1,349.28 810.64 1,805.43 96.04 2,507.17 333.38 130.54 4,184.51 6,584.83 360.60 278.36 7,106.62 1,359.44 3,271.22 EXPERIENCED tire serviceman must be high school graduate. Call CH 2-2468. Mr. Turley foi interview appointment. Total Fund Balance $612,794.53 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Cem. — Hghnd Per. Res.. $ 18,000.00 Cem. — Highland, Walsh Lot Perp. Care . . . 2,000.00 Cem. — Hope, Per. Care .. 5,200.(tt Wtr. & Lgt. Res 100,000.00 Parking Mtr. Res. 8,500.00 Total Reserve Fund .. .$136,700.00 TOTAL ALL FUNDS .. .$749,494.52 I hereby certify the above statement TOTAL $ 32,568.63 STATE AND COUNTY FUNDS State General $ 7,437.78 Educational Bldg 28,585.88 Eleemosynary 21,591.90 County General 117,837.48 Fr. Co. Hm for Aged ... 21,586.43 Co. Rd. ft Brdg 154,519,37 C. Rd It Brdg. Sec. Sy .. 97,037.30 App. Twnship Rd 3,656.73 Centropolis Twp. Rd . . 6,037.65 Cutler Twnp. Rd 5,559.31 Cutler Twp. SP. Rd ... 3,940.62 Fr. Twp. Rd 9,165.89 Fr. Twp. Sp. Rd 3,424.08 Greenwood Twp. Rd. .. 3,439.51 Harrison Twp. Rd. .... 5,400.26 Hayes Twp. Rd 7,075.33 Homewood Twp. Rd. .. 3,430.63 (First Published February 13, 1963) (Last Published February 19, 1963) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MASSASOIT STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET WHEREAS: The Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems U necessary to widen and otherwise Improve Massa- soil 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 Hlcfr ory Street to the West line of Cedar Street in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, Section 2. That such widening and inv provement shall be to remove the existing curb and gutter and to add a 20-ft. wide strip of concrete pave. ment to each side of the existing street, said concrete pavement to be an average thickness of 8V4 Inches and plain concrete, Including monolithic curb and gutter. All in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body does hereby declare such Work anc improvement necessary to be done and that special assessments shall be 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. is correct. Donald R. Capper City Clerk Conner's; < I I MM I I > I I \ \\ \ COUNTY TREASURER'S STATEMENT January 31, 1B63 Co. Treas. Balance as of December 31, 1963 Receipts for January 2nd to 31st Disbursements for Jan- . .$2.352,798.66 191,082.59 uary 2nd to 31st $ 692,600.33 Journal Balance for Jan- 31st, 1963 $1.751,280.93 Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home HIATT — Funeral Services for Jonathan E. Hiatt will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in Welda Cemetery. Cotiwer' ( I I \ I'l I McGEE — Funeral Services for Mr. David L. McGee will be conducted from the Mortuary Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Charles Knight officiating. Interment Hope Cemetery. Ph. CH 2*39*3. Female Help Wanted —24 SEE IBM Job Training opportunities on the Amusement Page 4 next t omovie ads. PART TIME — Some bookkeeping and typing work either hall days or 3 days a week. Call Ray Schmidt, Lesh Oil Company. CH 2-3132. TUPPER WARE has opening for 2 part or full time dealers Ottawa and surrounding areas. Write Tip Top Sales, 1409 W. 37th St., Topeka or call Williamsburg 3557 before 8 a.m. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Sale Company Every North Ottawa on Highway 58 Feb. 18 — Ottawa Farm Imp. Cp. Machinery Sale 1 mile South of Ottawa, Kas. on Highway 58, Feb. 28 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale Franklin County Sale Barn one mile North of Ottawa on Highway fift Feb.' 36 — Mrs. Fred Proffet Farm Sale, 4% miles East of Ottawa, Kas. on Logan St. Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Bale, Overbrook. Kansas 8Jvery Wednesday. Cvery Friday - Allen County Live- «toek tjntinr n»» dtv Hamas Feb. 16 — Ottawa Farm Implement Machinery Sale, 1 mile south of Ottawa. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community McUoo every 'ruesaay night 1 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community sale every Tbtridai nlgbt lilt N Main Feb. 33 — H. F. Morris, household goods, 833 N. Hickory, 1 p.m. Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. II — Night Consignment Horse •ale, Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. Feb. 38 — Night Consignment Horse Vale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co., East llth Street, Lawrence,

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