The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 6, 1963 · Page 5
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HOT MILK — An effort was made to extinguish fire on bottom side of milk truck, using milk for water, yesterday when truck caught fire six miles cast of Ottawa on K68. But truck, driven by Carl Williams, 721 S. Cedar, was badly damaged. (Herald Photo) Crash Kills Grand Ole Opry Stars CAMDEN, Tenn. (AP) - The wreckage of a light plane with four Grand Ole Opry personalities aboard was found today about five miles west of the Tennessee River in west Tennessee. Sheriff Loye Furr said there were no survivors. Abcuard were singers Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas and the pilot, Randy Hughes who was Miss Cline's manager and a son-in-law of Copas. The Grand Ole Opry is a radio program broadcast by WSM, Nashville, which has attracted and developed top country and Western musicians for more than 35 years. The single-engine plane was returning the recording artists to Nashville after benefit performances at Kansas City, Kan. It stopped at Dyersburg, near Memphis, early Tuesday night to refuel. Hughes telephoned his wife in Nashville to say they would be home soon. The plane never arrived. Another opry star, Billy Walker, said at Nashville he intended to return with Hughes but came by commercial plane because the Hughes plane would carry only four. Employment Up In Area The number of new applicants was a temporary employe in her at Ottawa office of Kansas Employment Service was down about 40 in February from figures in January, according to Cal Ewing, manager. "Having fewer applications indicates that a large part of the employable are working," Ewing says. Ninety job openings were received, 10 more than the previous month. About 75 non-agricultural placements were made, 25 more than in January. In keeping with these figures was the drop in the unemployment insurance new claim load which went from 500 in January to about 130 in February in the 3-county area of Franklin, Anderson and Miami. Total weeks claimed were 1,640 in January and 1,400 in February. Ewing reports that construction work is opening up and that many persons have jobs to go to when weather permits. A shortage exists in clerical help with shorthand ability, in factory workers and experienced auto mechanics. Returning to work at the employment service office is Mrs. Jame Pollom after a leave of absence. Mrs. Robert McGhee place. Ewing reports a continuing use of the film, "When I'm • Old Enough, Goodbye," which was shown in the Ottawa office in the "all. In January, some 5,139 persons in the state saw the film. Regional Results men SCHOOL BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Regional Tournaments (First Round) Class AA At Manhattan Junction City 51, Newton 36 Washburn Rural 80, Emporia 40 Manhattan 51, Topeka West 45 At Shawnee Mission North Shawnee Mission West 51, Sumner 49 Fort Scott 42, Argentine 39 (Overtime) Shawnee Mission North 40, Olathe 36 At Topeka Lawrence 73, Seaman 56 Atchison 66, Leavenworth 63 Topeka 49, Highland Pirk 37 Class A At Effingham Marysville 44, Hiawatha 33 Immaculata 60, Shawnee Heights 49 At Osawatomie Humboldt 69, Paola 38 Desoto 70, Yates Center 69 At Neodesha Baxter Springs 60, Cherokee Southeast 50 Neodesra 60, Caney 35 At Buhler Lamed 56, Lindsborg 39 Ellinmood 46, Nickerson 45 At Salina Concordia 45, Abilene 43 (2 overtimes) Chapman 58, Sacred Heart 45 At Valley Center Medicine Lodge 90, Wichita Notre Dame 30 Anthony 46, Eureka 42 Class BB At Greeley Fontana 51, Branson 42 Melvern 52, Americus 35 At Morland Herndon 51, Long Island 47 Spring Hill 67, Blue Mound 40 Eudora 73, Perry 40 At Erie Anna 50, Moline 43 Midway of Buffalo 69, Rivet-ton 43 At Pretty Prairie Haven 72, Harper 50 Conway Springs 52, Stafford 45 At Russell Russell 73, Wakeeney 42 Norton 52, Plainville 41 At Scott City Colby «5, Oberlin 32 Scott City 53, Hugoton 50 AtUkin Kinsley 53, Holcomb 48 Mullinville 40. Johnson 38 (2 At Palco Victoria 56, Natoma 53 Hill City 76, Smith Center 53 At Moundridge Peabody 63, Holyrood 39 Moundridge 70, Lincoln 66 overtimes) At Blue Rapids Horton 51, Washington 43 Sabetha 48, Blue Rapids 32 Winona 68, Morland 50 At Sylvia Alden 58, Bison 41 Mt. Hope 62, Cullison 48 At Hoyt Soldier 59, Easton 38 Axtel! 70, Wheaton 51 At Jewell Cuba 48, Morrowville 39 Portis 77, Montrose 54 At Beverly Dwith 46, Sylvan Grove 31 Tescott 72, Gorham 59 At Rosalia Durham 59, Dexter 27 Hamilton 50. Wilsey 47 Class B At Council Grove Council Grove 61, Osage City 49 Riley County 64, Silver Lake 72 At Gardner Mystery In Osage County Death TOPEKA (AP)-Cause of death of Mrs. Alice Haefeker may remain a mystery. Mrs. Haefeker, 37-year-old wife of a Forbes Air Force Base noncommissioned officer, was found last Saturday in their rural home al Wakaruska. She had been dead for a week. "It is my guess she died of natural causes," Dr. Paul Adams, Osage County coroner, said Tuesday. Shawnee County Coroner Dr. J. L. Lattimore said there is no way of learning how the woman died. "She could have died from a lot of things," Lattimore said. Haefeker, 45, was in the house when sheriff's officers found his wife's body. He was suffering acute effects of bilateral pneumonia and was taken to the Forbes AFB Hospital where he is listed in satisfactory condition. Find Girl Safe After Long Night JOPLIN, Mo. (AP)-A 12-year- cld girl was found alive and well this morning after she had disappeared from her home Tuesday night. • Sheriff's officers reported the girl, Sylvia Tonalee Bear, a full- bloc-led Indian, had spent the night in a shack on the Robert Newton farm, about a mile and a half north of her home. Barbara Newton, 15, spotted the girl walking on top of a chat pile on the farm. The Newtons invited her inside and later she was taken to her home. Her step-mother, Mrs. Tom Bear, said the girl was muddy and bore scratches, but appeared unhurt. She said a physician would examine Sylvia. Sylvia explained her overnight venture this way: She had gone out to feed her dog "Yaller," and, despite instructions, had unhooked him from his chain. Yaller took out after another dog and Sylvia followed on her bicycle. When the dogs cut across a field, she abandoned her bicycle and followed. The dogs got in a fight and she managed to get them apart. By that time she was lost but found the shack, which had been built as a play house near a pond. Yaller spent the night with the girl and was with her when she was found. The bicycle was found at a culvert on a country road. An extensive search was made of the area during the night. HOOVER Clearance Sale HOOVER Convertible Nothing cleans your rugs as well as the easygoing Convertible only Model 32 $59.95 HOOVER POLISHER-SCRUBBER Gives your floors that handrubbed look. Also scrubs the floor. Model 5130 24.95 You Know Our Service is "KEEN" Now Try Our Sales The KEEN Co. 114 South Main CH 2-3490 Work or Dress AIR CUSHIONED SHOES FOR MEN •TH^^^ST-^CiMMIK^^WHMl^^-N TAKE PAINE'S Bootery HOUR SALE 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, March 7 ...at our... First & Main Location This merchandise must all be Sold This Week . . . Regardless of Price. This building must be vacated and We Have Too Much To Move! Table Lamps and Floor Lamps Prices Start at... 49 U.S. KOYLON Pure La/ex Foam Rubber . . .The finest Sleeping Substance man ever dreamed up. BOX SPRINGS and MATTRESS SET (with a Pair of Percale Sheets) Only $ 79 50 Other mis-matched mattresses and box springs Vz PRICE Used 2-Piece Living Room Suites $14.95 Up Dining Room CHAIRS Walnut — Mahogany -- Blond $750 Sets of four -Six -- etc. Numerous Odd Chrome and Bronze KITCHEN CHAIRS 75 ea. and up Refrigerators -- Ranges Dinettes - T.V.'s -- All at CLOSE-OUT PRICES! Many Other Values You Can't Afford To Miss During Our Big 6-HOUR SALE Up To... '75.00 OFF On Our Deluxe Model Maytag Automatic WASHER or DRYER (Take it with you in the Crate) Comparable Discounts on other models. Don't M/ss Our RUMMAGE TABLE Of Various Items! All New Merchandise Such as Lamp Shades, Rug Samples, Upholstery and Drapery Samples. only 25c TERMS IF DESIRED DOUGLAS BROS. 'Tour Maytag Dealer for over 1 A century 11 First and Main Ottawa, Kansas

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