The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 21, 1963 · Page 6
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1963
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OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963 ews Briefs It is reported by family members that the condition of Ray Bloomer. 124 W. llth, is unchanged. He has been seriously ill with hepatitis for three weeks and in KU Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas., for two weeks. He is in room 401-D. , 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. Among persons attending services for Harold Taylor Tuesday are Mrs. Laura Taylor, Emporia; Mr. arid Mrs. George Taylor, Kenneth and Alan, Emporia; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, Hays; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hicks, Bonner Springs; Mrs. Lela Marbourg, Longmont, Colo., and Mrs. James Carroll, Abilene. Register now for $169.95 Motorola Console Stereo given Thursday Feb. 28th. No obligation. Register now! Gambles Store. Adv. Among the 419 Kansas State University students who earned degrees at the conclusion of the fall semester were Philip G. Wiederholt, Princeton, Bachelor of Science in business adminins- tration; and Richard B. Kramer, Wellsville, Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. Pictures taken by Wright are at Studio and may be picked up Fri, February 21. Adv. Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Nelson, 1046 S. Main, have returned from a month's visit in California. Wallpaper sale, 39c-49c-69c; all Wall Plaques 1-3 off. Davis Paint Store. '•• Adv. Willard p. Douglas, 409 S. Sycamore, has filed a divorce action against Geraldine Douglas, Tacoma, Wash. Douglas charges gross neglect of duty. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-443L Adv. Mrs. Richard McCord entered a plea of not guilty to a no-fund check charge in county court yesterday. Her trial was set for March 11, and bond was set at $100. She is charged with issuing a $5.50 no-fund check. Hospital Notes Admission Edward Neeley, Pomona; Elwood Kelly, Richmond; Mrs. Harry Gilliland, RFD 1, Pomona; John J. Neill, Quenemo; Mar garet Catherine Hall, 806 N. Locust; Mrs. Fred Proffitt, RFD 2; Jim Grey, Cedar House nursing home; Mrs. Richard McCord, McCord, RFD 2, Williamsburg, Wednesday. Jac Beauchamp, RFD 3, Thursday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brooks, Porn o n a, daughter, Thursday, weight, 8 Ib. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Turley, Rantoul, daughter, Thursday, weight, 8 Ib., 9 ! / 3 oz. Dismissals Cleo Greenfield, Melvern, Thursday. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home Friday AtOU Jan Chiapusso, Lawrence pianist, Will be in a concert Friday night, Feb. 22, at Ottawa University. The concert, sponsored by the Phi Mu Lambda music society, will be in University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. A 50-cent donation is requested of adults to help cover expenses. For children under 17, the requested donation is 25 cents. Tickets may be obtained from Butler's Music Store or at the door. Chiapusso's program will include these numbers: Sonata, opus 109 — Beethoven; Toccata in C Major—Schumann; "Reflets dans 1'eau" — Debussy; "Poissons d'or" — Debussy; "Jeux d'eau" — Ravel; "Alborado del gracioso" — Ravel, and Sonata in b minor —Chopin. Chiapusso was born in Java of Italian parents. After receiving his education in Holland, he came to the United States where he began playing concerts for the Chickering Piano Company. During the depression he began teaching at Kansas University. He headed the piano department there for many years until his retirement in 1961. Chiapusso has played with most of the major symphony orchestras in this country. The public is invited. Dog Accomplice . In A Robbery HOLLYWOOD (AP)-James E. Underwood says he was a victim of a man-dog holdup team. Underwood, 47, a laborer, told police: As he strolled near the police station Wednesday, a car pulled up. A tall, blond youth got out with a large white dog. The man asked him for a match. When Underwood produced it, the stranger ordered his dog to "watch him." While the dog reared back and barred his fangs, his master calmly unburdened Underwood of his wallet, which contained $89. Former College Instructor Dies PrrrSBURG, Kan. (AP)-Miss Helen E. Hobbs, former instructor at Emporia State College and dean of women and instructor in dramatic arts at Bethany College at Lindsborg, Kan., died in a Pittsbufg hospital Wednesday night after an illness of several months. Local Markets Wheat |2.06 Soybeans . 2.44 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 01 KC Market! KANSAS CITY (AP)—Hogs 3,000; all classes steady; 1-3 190-250 Ib barrows and gilts 15.00-50; 1-2 324 Ib 15.65; 274-400 Ib sows 13.5014.25. Sheep 100; market not established. Cattle 3,200; calves 400; cows steady, 14.34-15.50. REGISTER NOW! for $169.95 Motorola Console STEREO Given Thurs., Feb. 28 No obligation — Register Now! WARD Correction: The Price on the below listed item in last night's Herald should read as follows: SLEEPING COMFORT R*g. 39.95 -- 312 Coil Inner-spring MATTRESS OR <f IPX SPRING Button Free — Life line — Cotton flowered full size. 29 Same Old Medicare In New Wrappings WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy put his battered plans for health care of the elderly into new wrappings today—part of a $10 billion, five year plan aimed to better life, income and housing For senior Americans. But it was bound to be old hat. to Congress. Besides the expected, and once- defeated, proposals for hospital in- surance for the aged through SO; cial Security, the President asked again for tax benefits for the elderly, part of his tax message last month. The hospital insurance plan is expected to cost $5.6 billion for the first four years, the tax benefits $3.9 billion for the first five years. Thus, in this special message Governor Cold On Hiking Trail TOPEKA (AP)-Gov. John Anderson doesn't think much of Secretary Stewart L. Udall's proposed walking trail in Kansas and Oklahoma. "I don't think much of it," he told newsmen today. Udall had written Anderson and Gov. Henry Bellmon of Oklahoma, offering planning assistance from the National Park Service "if the people of Kansas and Oklahoma are interested. Instead, Anderson suggested, the government ought to build Prairie National Park in northern Kansas and then they could put a walking trail there. Legislation for the proposed National Grasslands Park was introduced last year in Congress. "I think it would be well if Secretary Udall would help us get Prairie National Park and then we'd have some place to walk," Anderson said. He jibed at the present splurge of enthusiasts for 50-mile hikes by referring to "some misguided political sense of loyalties." Anderson said he is strongly in favor of physical fitness and pointed to previous efforts in that directions by presidents and governor's of states. "We have had them for a good many years," he said. The issue started after a Wichita businessman, C. I. Blair, wrote Udall that it is practically impossible to find a pleasant place in Kansas to take a 50-mile hike. Blair proposed a hiking trail which could start at the proposed Prairie National Park and go I south and southeast for 150 or 200 miles, terminating near Tulsa, Okla. Place Parking Limitation On Powhattan, Massasoit To Sell Bonds Bids will be opened at the city hall the evening of Wednesday, March 6 for sale of sewer and street bonds to cover cost of projects already built, it was announced at the meeting of the city commissioners last night. * * * Beer Permit City commissioners last night approved an application of the Ottawa Country Club for a license to sell beer. The application was made by Vincent L. Ricke, manager. Charge KPL Overcharges WASHINGTON (AP)-The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association charged Wednesday that in the five-year period 1956 through 1960 thirty-eight leading commercial electric utility companies overcharged customers $1,267,439,000. The claimed overcharges included $15,06,000 by the Kansas Power & Light Co. The association said its figure was arrived at in a research study using 6 per cent as a fair rate of return. It urged enactment of state and federal legislation requiring the firms to return the overcharges. Funerals OTIS BURNETT Services for Otis Burnett, who died Feb. 19, will be at Dengel & Son Mortuary Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. William Weber will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. WELSCH - Funeral Service for 'Jim' Welsch will be conducted from Sacred Heart Church Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Rosary will be recited at Towner's Chapel Friday Evening at 8:00 p.m. Interment in St. John's Cemetery, Homewood, Kansas. {Cotonrr's! (II VI'l-.l . City commissioners last night took action to improve a traffic situation on two streets in the north part of Ottawa. Powhattan Street and Massasoit Street, from Main to Hickory, are to be limited to parking on one side of the street only, it was announced. The single-block portions of the two streets are east of Main Street. The city attorney was instructed to prepare a resolution that will permit parking only on the south side of the streets in the one block directly east of Main. In other matters pertaining to streets, an ordinance was placed on second reading and passed designating 2nd, 3rd and 4th Streets, from Walnut to Locust and from Hickory to Cedar, as main trafficways. These portions of the streets will be widened, the designation as main traffic ways being the first step leading to the widening of the streets. A resolution was passed calling for the paving of one block of Massasoit Street from Sycamore to Mulberry with concrete to a width of 28 feet. The street is to be paved under provisions of the statute permitting the city to pave portions of streets when they connect with paved streets at each end of the improvement. on problems of the aging—the first ever by an American president—the two biggest money items and all but a fraction of the total money package are quite Familiar. But, in addition, the President called for: More money for low interest loans to build rental housing for elderly persons of moderate income. New emphasis on building group residences for the elderly where central dining and housekeeping services are available, some nursing care can be provided, but privacy is preserved. More jobs for those past retirement age who want to work—including a directive to federal agencies to evaluate applicants and employes on the basis of ability, not age. In all, the President recommended 36 ways to better the lot of senior citizens. But the heart of the program was hospital insurance. Concurrent with the President's message, a new administration bill was to be introduced in Congress. It was basically the same as a bill stymied by Congress last year. And it did •nothing to bend to previous objections of the American Medical Association to any plan financed solely by Social Security. The basic change this year is an option in benefits for insured persons. The prime benefits still provide for up to 90 days of paid hospital care after the insured patient has paid the first $20 to $90. But the new bill allows two options, providing the insured elderly person chooses the option immediately before his 65th birthday. Once made, the choice cannot be changed. The insured may choose to get 180 days of paid care, after first paying 2Mr days himself. Or he may choose to get 45 days of paid care without paying for any part of it. If he makes neither choice, he gets the basic 90-day provision of the bill. As in the earlier bill, the cost of the medical care would be borne largely by a boost in Social Security taxes. It would mean a maximum of $13 a year for each employe, and a like sum for his employer. It amounts to one- fourth of 1 per cent for the first $5,200 of the employe's income. Conner ; NOH 1 H M Al N f'tiO 1 <> rr.\\N A, KA Clifford J. Rice, Jr., RFD, 1, Vellsville, was found guilty of "ailure to give a traffic signal and being involved in accident his morning in police court. He was fined $20. Claude Anderson, Garnett, posted |50 bond after he entered a >lea of not guilty to a charge of •eckless driving'* Anderson's rial was set for Feb. 28. Robert W. James, 716 S. Main, was fined $50 after, he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while lis driver's license was suspended. Alan Van Loenen, 810 S. Oak, laid a fine $10 after pleading guilty to a charge of backing and jeing involved in an accident. R. P. Omdorff, 1001 E. 7th, pleaded guilty to making an illegal left turn and was fined $12. Floyd Indall, 332 Ash, paid a $15 fine after pleading guilty to a charge of failing to yield the right of way and being involved in an accident. Four other motorists forfeited bonds upon failure to appear in police court today. They are: John W. Swain, Paris, Tex., speeding, bond $20; Carl Smith- eran, Centerville, running a red traffic signal, bond $25; Jimmie Goins, Osawatomie, and Hazel Romstedt, 634 S. Poplar, running a stop sign. Each forfeited a $10 bond. BURNETT — Funeral Services for Mr. Otis Burnett will be conducted from the Mortuary Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. William Weber officiating. Interment Highland Cemetery. Ph. CH 2-2323 SPECIAL NOTICE To The Users of City Water from Ottawa Water and Light Department To the customers who were asked to let their water run during our sub zero weather, please discontinue this procedure. Thanking you for your cooperation in this problem. City Water and Light Department Ottawa, Kansas $25 Fine Follows Accident Card of Thanks Words cannot express our ap- >reciation for the many acts* of dndnesses extended us during the llness and death of our husband and Father. God bless you all. Mrs. Grant E. Kirkiand and Notices Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Stated Conclave Thursday, February 21st, 7:30 p.m. Election of officers. Open installa- ion of officers, 8:30 p.m. All Masons and their families Welcome. Max E. Reneau, Sr. E. C. Gerald B. Harford, Rec. Legate (First Published February 7, 1M3) (Last Published February 21, 1863) In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Claude Smith, deceased. No. 10-796 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: - You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by George Graham, as executor of the above estate, praying for a final settlement of said estate, for the settlement and allowance of his account as executor thereof, for compensation for his services as executor and for the services of his attorney, for a decree of said Court adjudging who are the heirs of the decedent, for the assign ment of the assets of said estate by decree of said Court to those entitled thereto, and for all other proper relief, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 4th day of March, 1963, at 2:OV) o'clock p.m. of said day, in said Court, in the City of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, 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. George Graham Executor Willis H. McQueary Osawatomie, Kansas Attorney for Executor Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 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 1 insertion per word 6c 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1 DO Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads - SOc extra Special Discount Contract Rates Available Lost and Found LOST — German Shepherd wearing red collar. — Phone CH 23010. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. "rankllr Cpnnfv Balr Coropanv «»«r» Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway SB. Feb. 85 — Special Stocker & Feeder Sale Franklin County Sale Barn one mile North of Ottawa on Highway St. Feb. 26 — Mrs. Fred Proffet Farm Sale, 4% miles Bast of Ottawa, Kas on Logan St. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Salt, Ov.rbrook. Kansas B»«rj Wednesday livery Prlday - Allro County Uv» stock Ajnt'oo CIM Citv Kansas. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community auction »very IIMK»> night 7 p.m., 1136 ft. Ifatn. Community sale every Tbmdaj night U3» N Main Feb. 93 — H. F. Morris, household goods, 623 N. Hickory, 1 p.m. Harold Stewart * Charle.) Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas Feb. at — Night Consignment Horse Sale, Lawrence Livestock Commission Co., Bast llth Street, Lawrence, Kas. March 5 — Night Consignment Horse Bale, Neoeho Livestock commission Co., Neosno, Mo. Livestock FOR SALE - 19 weaning pigs. Wheat Straw. - CH 2-4653. FOR SALE - Corn fed Steers to butcher. - CH 2-4498. Alton Rumford. FOUR-YEAR old Hereford Bull. Calves to show. Kenneth Da* vis, Williamsburg. 1EGISTERED Angus Bull, 9 years old. Mr, J. R. Ewing, RR 1, Hiawatha, Kansas, Phone PI 24759; Instruction —18 Motel Managers Earn Up to $1,000 Monthly Plus Housing Men - Women - Couples urgently needed to learn Motel Manager ment. Short inexpensive course. High School education not necessary. Full or part time training —Age no barrier—Free placement service. For information write MILLER SCHOOLS Box T-64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Giving name, address, occupation, age and phone. IBM ELECTRONIC OPERATORS NEEDED We train men and women, 1845, as IBM Electronic machine operators and technicians. Full or part time training. High school education not necessary. High earnings. Enroll now for inexpensive course. Free employment service. For full information without obligation, WRITE MILLER SCHOOLS (Automation Division) Box Q-64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Give age, address, phone and occupation. Male Help Wanted —19 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-b Ottawa Herald. Salesmen —20 CAREER OPPORTUNITY Examine These First Year Potential Earnings $400 and up for men with no selling, but at least 2 years in the business world. $600 and up for men with at least 2 years experience in retail or route sales or a minimum of 3 years in public relations, sales promotion, teaching or similar public contact work. $800 and up for men already successful in direct selling. Travel 100 miles radius. Free retirement. Complete training program. Full company fringe benefits. See Earl Smith at the North American Hotel, Feb. 21 between 5 and 7 p.m. Female Help Wanted —24 WANTED - Kitchen help and waitress. Apply in person. — Royal Cafe. SALESLADY for Drapery Dept, Full time, Sewing experience helpful. Quin Furniture Co. 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. General Services —29 WANTED ironings. Mrs. Frank Bell. CH 2-5541. MACHINE QUILTING Special $3.75 - CH 2-5299. 619 Cleveland KNAPP SHOES Lee Carter CK 2-3659 PLASTERING, Patch Plastering Stuccoing. — CH 2-3518. Free estimates. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-32W. PAPER hanging $1 double roll Tearing off paper, fixing cracks and border free. CH 2-2805. WATER WELLS and Cisterns"^ Dug and Cleaned, 35 years experience, Phone Jack Bell — Spring Hill, Kansas, 686-3647. DEAD ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064 HENRY SWANK Well Drilling and Cleaning. New and Used Pumps Installed, Repaired Route 1, Princeton, Kansas YE 7-2851, YE 7-2341. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Service* section McCRACKEN CH 2-3394 CH 2-1891 FRANKLIN COUNTY SALE CO., INC. 1 MILE NORTH ON HIGHWAY 59 SPECIAL Stacker & Feeder SALE Monday, Feb. 25th 1:00 P.M. 37 Whiteface Cows, some calves by side, balance heavy springers; 27 head yearling cattle; 34 head light-weight steer and heifer calves; 2 Whiteface bulls. ALL FROM ONE OWNER'S ENTIRE HERD. 52 Santa Gertudis coming with second calves 1st of April; 9 Black Whiteface heifers coming with second calves; 4 Whiteface heifers coming with second calves; 2 Shorthorn cows with calves; 2 Whiteface bulls, 2 and 3 year old, registered; 1 Black bull, 4. years old, registered. ALL FROM ONE OWNER'S ENTIRE HERD. 17 head Black steer calves, 400 to 500 Ibs.; 8 Whiteface calves, 450 Ibs.; 3 Whiteface bull calves, 450 Ibs.; 18 Shorthorn steers, 500 Ibs.; 14 Black steers and heifers calves, 450 to 500 Ibs.; 19 Whiteface calves, 400 Ibs. These cattle are all fresh right from the farm. SALE EVERY SATURDAY Our Next HORSE SALE Thursday, February 28th Charles Beatty, Manager. Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALE Practically new Minneapolis Moline 16 x 7 Grain Drill. 12 miles East of Princeton on John Borwn. Roessner. Seeds, Feeds, Pert. —36 PRAIRIE HAY for sale. Wire tied. Call Earl Watts, Quenemo. FOR SALE-Alafalfa Hay. Square bales, 85c a bale.—C. A. Hobbs, Rantoul, Kansas. Phone 7F4, Rantoul. Misc. For Sale —40 TRADE Boxcar in Richmond. See Art Finch, 312 Logan. USED Electric Refrigerator. In good working condition, $39.95. Firestone Stores. REAL GOOD Used RefrigeraterT Reasonable; 17-inch portable TV, good condition; 21" Console TV. — CH 2-2410. Call after 5. WISCONSIN 26 H.P. Motor. Clutch, gear box. Perfect for Field Cutters, Blowers, Grinders, Ditchers. No .hours. V4 price. — CH 2-2062 mornings or evenings. 1956 FORD Fairlane with a rebuilt 312 engine, transmission rebuilt; 1952 WD Allis with WD pistons and sleeves, oversized tires. Both at Scott Service. — 1 mile North on Highway 59 Extension Cords 12-2 50 It. Reg. $5.49 This Week ONLY $4.66 14-2 50 ft. Reg. $4.49 This Week ONLY $3.99 OK Bargain Store Home Furnishings —47 3 piece used sectional plus 2 end tables and round coffee table — Sectional has all foam rubber cushions plus all dry kiln construction — End tables and coffee table are of Blonde and formica top construction — Was 149.95 — Now only $134.50 for all 6 pieces, Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture New Carpet Remnant — 11* 2" x 15' — 100 per cent Wool- Popular Hi-Low 'Face — Rubberized back — Beautiful Rosewood blends with most any roojn decor — Reg. $139.95 Clearance price $88.88 or pay nothing down — $6 ea. mo. Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture i

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