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THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, March 11, 1963 News Briefs PTA Council will meet Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. in Superintendent Henry A. Parker's office. Enroll now, Ballroom classes Advanced & Beginners; Tap, ballet, Bernhardt. CH 2-3696. Adv. Four Franklin County students placed on the honor roll in the University of Kansas school of engineering and architecture. They are John D. Crowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Crowell, 433 S. Cedar; Alfonso A. Mages, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Mages. 521 S. Cherry; John T. Stephens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stephens, RFD 2, Ottawa, and Paul D. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Stone, 1124 S. Locust. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv The speaker for the Pomona PTA meeting tonight is State Representative Wayne Angell, Ottawa who will speak on current school legislation. The public is invited Election of officers also will take place. For a fundamental Christian viewpoint on Communism, World Council of Churches, United Nations, dial 1070, Wichita Station, mornings, Monday thru Friday, 9:00 to 9:30. Adv. Out-of-town relatives attending services for Fred Yates Saturday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Yates, Raton, N. M.; Byron Yates, Jr., Albuquerque, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whiffen, Wichita; C. H. Yates Garden Grove, Calif.; Dr. and Mrs. Russell Bridwell and Debbie, Mrs. Roy Bridwell and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bridwell, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yates, Kansas City; Mrs. Leola Yates, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yates and Mrs. Betty Harbison, Kansas City, Kas. Mrs. Vern Alden, Wellsville, was elected chairman for next year's County Book Fair at a recent evaluation meeting called by Mrs. Robert B. Wellington, 1962 chairman. Committee heads attending the session voted unanimously to hold a book fair next fall. An obituary in The Herald incorrectly stated the date of the death of Clyde Mock. Mr. Mock died March 5, and the funeral was March 8. An attempt to break into the Minnick Motor Company over the weekend apparently failed when the would-be burglar tried to open an electric overhead door with a key and caused a short in the electricly operated lock, police said. Mr. and Mrs. William Kloster, 1342 S Mulberry, were called to Des Moines, Iowa, by the death March 6 of Mrs. Kloster's father, Kenneth F Jones, from a chronic lung ailment. Mr. Jones was a high school instructor in Baxter Community School, Baxter, Iowa. MRS. MURIEL HARBISON Accident Injuries Are Fatal Mrs. Muriel Irene Harbison, 74, died early this morning at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., where she was taken from Ransom Memorial Hospital after she suffered injuries March 1 in a 2-car collision about six miles east of Ottawa on K68. Mrs. Harbison was injured when the car she was driving and an auto driven by Al Kramer, Kansas City collided. She suffered multiple fractures. Kramer also was injured. Mrs. Harbison's death is the second traffic - related fatality in Franklin County this year. The first fatality occured early in January near the Franklin - Coffey county line. Joe Delgado, Emporia, died in that accident. Mrs. Harbison was born in Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 2, 1888, and was married to Don E. Harbison Nov. 2, 1906, at Paola. Tha couple lived in Miami County after their marriage and moved to Franklin County 53 years ago. She was a member of the First Baptist Church and for many years was a member of the Chandler Ward Sunday School Class. Besides her widower of t h e home, 528 S. Sycamore, Mrs. Harbison is survived by two sons, Ralph G. Harbison, Hous:on, Tex., and Raymond C. Harrison, 1305 S. Cedar; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Andrews, Kansas ity, Kas.; three brothers, Stanley Dale, Paola; Lloyd Dale, Pasco, Wash., and William Dale, Big Springs, Tex.; six grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren. Services will be at 2 Wednesday afternoon at Towner's Chapel, Dr. Raymond Jennings officiating. Burial will be in the Highland Cemetery. What Was Bothering Young David Hopper? Legato MISSION, Kan. (AP) - When David Hopper, 16, came home from school he had a question: What are we having for supper? "Well, honey, I haven't thought much about it," said Margaret Hopper. "How would you like sausage and waffles?" "Fine, mom,' David replied. "Out of the room he went," said Mrs. Hopper. "That was the last time I saw him." That was the last time anyone saw David alive. He went to the storm shelter behind his comfort- able home in this Kansas City suburb last Thursday. There he got his father's .22 pistol and shot himself in the head. Near David's body police found a note. It said: "This has been bothering me for some time and I have been planning it for two weeks. I don't know why it has bothered me and I don't understand it myself." What had been bothering David? That's the question which Deaths Keith E. Van Valkenburg, RFD 1, Williamsburg, is being held by the police in connection with the March 1 burglary at Monarch Billiards, 231 S. Main, and for being on the roof of a business building in Ottawa. The police said Van Valkenburg has admitted both incidents. Francis R. Fisher, Alva, Okla., was charged with reckless driving by the sheriff's office over the weekend. Nayrea Fowler has been granted a divorce from Howard L. Fowler in District Court. She charged gross neglect. Robert Burnett, Melvern, was cited over the weekend by police with following too closely and being involved in an accident. Mary E. Bucklew, Paola, posted $15 bond after being cited for illegal registration. Charge Five Michael Soetaert, Overland Park, was charged by the police over the weekend for speeding 42 in a 30-mile zone. He posted $12 bond. Charles W. Barnes, 604 Willow, has been cited for speeding 41 in i 30-mile zone. Wayne Swank, RFD 1, Ottawa, has been cited for speeding 42 in a 30-mile zone. He posted $12 bond. Bruce V. River, 340 S. Locust, posted $11 bond after being cited over the weekend for speeding 41 in a 30-mile zone. David E. Aikens, Onyx, Calif., posted 120 bond after being charged by police with speeding 50 in a Hospital Notes Admissions Jesse Hobbs, RFD 1; Raymond Davis, 937 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Ecman Jones,. 1140 N. Sycamore; June McGillivray, Rantoul; Terry Hargett, RFD 2, Baldwin; Lo ay Taggart, 434 Willow; Norman Hildebrandt, 408 W. 9th, Monday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Likes, 1020 Walnut, son, Saturday, weight, 7 lb., 15 oz. Mr. and Mrs. John Netherland, 808 E. 16th St. Terrace, daughter, Sunday, weight, 6 lb, 10 oz. Dismissals Earl Meiers, 903 S. Locust; Willie Willhite, Jr., 808 Cypress, Saturday. Mrs. Donald Leabo, Quenemo; E. J Foote, 309 E. 4th; Mrs. James L. Seyler and baby daughter, 734 S. Poplar; Mrs A. C. Graffham, 1023 S. Locust; Mrs. Florence Flory, 1219 S. Main; Mrs. Billie Schulz, 124 S. Oak; Mrs. Larry V. Crawford and baby son, RFD 2, Wellsville, Sunday. Mrs Mary Silvey, 715 Mason; Mrs. Wayne Jones, 1016 N. Oak, Monday. Hold Two For Effort To Steal Calf William W. Johnson, RFD 1, Pomona, and Eddie L. Cox, RFD 2, Pomona, are being held at the Franklin County jail on charges of grand larceny in connection with an attempted theft of a calf from the Nick Hudelson farm near Pomona. Joe Ferns, Franklin County sheriff, said a neighbor saw the men on the Hudelson farm and notified Hudelson. Hudelson notified the sheriff's office but was unable to locate the men who alleged left the scene without taking the calf before the sheriff arrived. Ferns later picked up the men. The sheriff said the men evidently left hurriedly, because a rope was found around the calf's neck and another rope was on the ground nearby. Mrs. Emma Barngrover, 82, former longtime resident of Carbondale, died Saturday at 10 p.m. in Topeka. She had been in failing health four years. Services will be Tuesday at the a.m. in Shaffer Mortuary, Lyndon. Burial will be in Carbondale Cemetery. Mrs Barngrover was born April 10, 1880, at Nickerson. In 1897, at Carbondale she was married to Andrew J. Barngrover who died Feb. 9, 1959. She was a member of Carbondale Christian Church and Eastern Star. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Dietrich, Topeka. MRS. H. G. HUBENER Mrs Horace G. Hubener, 46, Former Ottawan, died March 10, in Torrance, Calif, after an illness of seveal months. rServices will be Tuesday at the White and Day Chapel, Torrance. Burial will be in Santa Monica, Calif. Evaline (Mitchell) Hubener was born March 24, 1916, at Wellsville and had lived in California many years. Her husband died May 6, 1962. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mitchell, Ottawa; two brothers, Donald Mitchell, Parsons, and Delbert Mitchell, Ottawa; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Brink and Mrs. Kathaleen O'Neill, Ottawa, and Mrs. Robert Carlson, Topeka; three nephews, and four nieces. Mrs O'Neill and Donald Mitchell have left for California to join Delbert Mitchell and Mrs, Arthur Brink who have been in Torrance for several weeks. RAYMOND HRENCHIR Raymond G. Hrenchir, 56, Chicago, Dl., died Tuesday, March 5, at a Chicago hospital. He was born at St. Mary's, Kas., and was a resident of Kansas City, Kas., five years in the 1930's. He was a retired foreman for the Santa Fe Railroad diesel shops hi Chicago. Survivors include the widow ol the home; his mother, Mrs. John Hrenchir, Holden, Kas.; six sis ters and two brothers. A brother Otto Hrenchir, is of Wellsville Funeral services were at the St. John Evangelist Catholic Church, Kansas City, Kas., Saturday. The rosary was recited at 8 p.m. Friday at Simmons Chappel. Burial was in Mount Calvary Cemetery. ESMO SALADINO Esmo Saladino died Saturday March 2, at the home of his brother in Fresno, Calif. Death was due to a heart attack. Mr Saladino had gone to California several weeks ago from his home in Mission. His wife is the former Wanita Chambers, Wellsville. LOUIS HERMRECK Services for Louis Hermreck, 54, formerly of the Richmond area, were March 9 at Holy Angels Catholic Church, Garnett, Father Koch officiating. Mr Hermreck died March 5 of a heart attack at the home of his sister, Mrs. Agnes Kruger, Garnett. Nephews serving as pallbearers were Conrad, Kenneth, Bob, Floyd Johnny and Glenn Hermreck. Burial was in Holy Angels'Cemetery. Mr. Hermreck, son of Frank and Elizabeth (Hastert) Hermreck, had been a lifelong Anderson Survivors are three sons, J>>ck, Charles and Gene Hermreck; ioui' orouiers, .t-unuu, uus /uifeo- les, Calif.; Joe, Earling, Iowa, and Pete and Gus, Garnett, and Califonia; Mrs. Agnes Krueger, Garnet, and Margaret Hermreck, Cheyenne, Wyo. HUGH A. SMITH, JR. Legion Banquet Tuesday taunts his parents, Allen and kfargaret Hopper. In the hope that their experience will provide guidance for other parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hop- >er talked to a Kansas City Star reporter about their family life, about David and their other children, Joe, 14, and Jill, 13 "David was different, maybe," ;aid Hopper. "He was sensitive. le hurt quickly and was touched leeply. He was concerned for the feelings of others." David was an average student. He was a member of the high school swimming team. He had a part-time job in a hardware store. His paychecR went to lis parents and they paid him an allowance He had no serious problems, so ar as his parents know, although le was being punished for staying :oo long at a party. "I'm a strict disciplinarian," said Hopper, 38, a designer for a pipeline company. Hopper added that he still believes in discipline. "I know that some of David's riends went around with $5 to $10 n their pockets all the time .But I didn't think that was right. "David got $2 a week. If some- :hing special came along, he knew ic could have money for it, I taught my children that money was something you had to work for. "I am strict on discipline but we love them very much." American Legion members will gather tomorrow at 6:30 p.m., at Memorial Auditorium for the annual Legion banquet. The event will mark the 44th anniversary of the start of Warren C. Black Post No. 60, Ottawa, it was announced by David Bunch, post commander, and Joe Towner, post adjutant. Members of 45 years standing will be given recognition. Speaker of the evening will be Hugh A. Smith, Jr., Topeka, who is department finance officer of the Legion in Kansas. Hold Man Who Admits Car Theft An Anderson, Ind., man is be ing held by the police for questioning in connection with the theft of a car from Owensboro, Ky., and a companion of the man is being held in the county jail on a charge of vagrancy. The two, Harvey C. Scales, Anderson, Ind., and Leo F Vincent, Tucson, Ariz., were picked up at a local service station over the weekend after the police were called to Ransom Memorial Hospital where the men were reported rummaging through the basement, The police said this morning that the men had received an order for gasoline from a Salvation Army representative here after they reached Ottawa and that officers became suspicion of the men when they were summoned to the hospital. Officer William Wheeler pick ed up the men for questioning at the filling station where they were filling a gasoline can they had obtained. The car gas tank was full at the time, and the men apparently wanted the ex tra gas to carry with them. After Wheeler and the men ar rived at police headquarters, Soales admitted taking the car, a 1962 Falcon, from a car dealer in Owensboro. Police Chief E. W. Flaherty notified the Owensboro police and confirmed the theft of the car. A warrant has been issued by the Owensboro police and a report of the stolen car has been turned over to the FBI. Flaherty said an agent of the FBI is expected here today or tomorrow to investigate the matter. OVER 40% OF INSURED FAMILIES feel they have too little life insurance, and only 2% feel they have too much. I can help you make a realistic appraisal. SPECIAL AGENT ROBERT L. SHIELDS Bennett Bldg., 3rd and Main Phone CH 2-4460 "Because there IS a difference" The Northwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. Funerals GLADYS CHAPMAN Services for Gladys Elizabeth Chapman, who died March 6, were at Towner's Chapel March J. Rev Roy Armstrong officiated. Pallbearers were Dale Jones, Elmer Bellah, Leland Deering, Ammon Lockling, George Vaughan, and Charles E. Snedeger. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. LLOYD GLEISBERG Funeral services for Lloyd Gleisberg were at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 7, at the Wellsville Baptist Church. Rev. Homer Ganong officiated. J. Linn Holt wick sang with organ accompani ment by Mrs. J. C. Jones, Jr Pallbearers were Ernest Harris, Tom Ruddell, Gene Barnett, Bill Warnock, Bill Shields and George Sherman. A Masonic graveside service was at the Wellsville Cemetery. EDWARD R. LICHTENBERGER Services for Edward R. Lich temberger, who died March 6. were at Dengel and Son Mortuary March 9. Rev. Charles P Knight officiated. Tom Camp bell sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Pallbear ers were Elmer Bell, Richard Ca rey, Harvey Miller. George Grif fin, Rolan L. Davis and Ralph Kampschroeder. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. FRED YATES Services for Fred Yates, who died March 7, were at North Baptist Church March 9. Dr. Ray mond P. Jennings officiated Pallbearers were Harry Brown Emmett Taylor, Stewart Hum phreys, Wayne Lewis, Dr. James Wallen and Reid Ward. Mrs Harry Pratt and Mrs. Linde Chism sang hymns accompaniet by Mrs. Hank Crockett. Buria was in Highland Cemetery where Ottawa Lodge No. 18, AF & AM, conducted services. Mem bers of the men's Bible class o! N. Baptist Church attended in i group. Legate A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE IMPROVEMENT OF HICKORY STREET PROM THE SOUTH LINE OP FIFTH STREET TO THE NORTH LINE OF SEVENTH STREET INCLUDING THE INTER- tht WAIWIK SECTIONS OF SIXTH AND HICKORY STREETS AND HICKORY AND PARK STREETS, THE WIDENING OF SAID STREET. THE ADDING OF STORM SEWER, AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT WHEREAS, It is advisable that Hickory Street from the Sbuth line of Fifth Street to the North line of Seventh Street, including the intersections of Sixth and Hickory Streets, and Hickory and Park Streets be re- graded, repaved, widened and that itorm sewers be added thereto, and, WHEREAS, the Governing Body of he City of Ottawa, Kansas, did on the 3th day of February, 1983, adopt a resolution directing and ordering a pubic hearing on the advisability of the mprovement of said street, and, WHEREAS, Pursuant to notice as required by law. said hearing wag held n the city Commissioners' Room in he City Hall in the City of Ottawa, Kansas at 7:00 o'clock p.m. on the 27th day of February, 1963, and WHEREAS, At said hearing interested property owners appeared and ex- iressed opinion concerning the proposed improvement, and, WHEREAS, On the 8th day of March, 963, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, made a finding hat the improvement of Hickory Street from the South line of Fifth itreet to the North line of Seventh Street, including the intersections of Sixth and Hickory, Streets and Hickory and Park Streets, the widening of said Street and the adding of storm sewers s advisable. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the Jlty of Ottawa, Kansas: 1. That Hickory Street, from the south line of Fifth Street to the North line of Seventh Street, including the intersections of Sixth nnd Hickory Streets and Hickory nnd Park Streets be regraded, repaved, widened and that storm sewers be added. 2. That the general nature of said Improvement shall be concrete applied tor an average thickness of 7-Vj Inches and a width of 44 feet, and other facilities necessary for the proper drainage of said pavement. 3. That the estimated cost of said improvement is $46.896.00. 4. That the extent of the proposed benefit district to be assessed is as follows: Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13. 16, 17, 19 21. 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35 Block 112 and Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35 in Block 125 and the East 70 feet of Lot "C" and all of Lot "D" in Block 24, and commencing at the point where the South line of 5th Street Intersects with the West line of Hickory Street, thence West 150 feet thence South to the North line of Park Street, thence East 150 feet, thence North to the place of beginning, In the City of Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansas. 5. That there is to be no apportionment of cost between the benefit district and the City at large except that the City at large will pay lor the intersection of 6th and Hickory and Hickory and Park Streets, the storm sewers and for 16 feet of the proposed width of said Improvement. 6. That the cost and expense of said improvement shall be assessed on lots and tracts and parcels of ground contained in said benefit district as set forth in Section 4 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 said City, payable from assessments against the property bene. fitted, to-wit: All of the Lots, tracts, and parcels of land contained in said benefit district as set forth in Section 4 of this Resolution, which bonds shall be issued to mature in not more than 10 . installments of approximately equal amounts each year, and said first Installment shall mature not more than 2 years after the date of the issuance and the last such installment shall mature not more than 11 years after the date of issuance, and said bonds shall 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 shall he 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 laible for such costs shall be established for the first year's assessment and shall be retained lor the assessment for the succeeding Installments of said bonds. 7. This Resolution is passed under the authority of 1961 Supp. G.S. Kan. 1949, Chapter 12, Article 6-a, which Article contains the general paving and assessment law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 6th day of March, 1963. Charles Williamson, Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk. CH 2-4700 3. That the estimated cost of said improvement is $147,000.00. 4. That, the extent of the proposed benefit district to be assessed is as follows: ; Lots 1 through (0 inclusive, and Lota 92, 84, 96, 98, 100, 102 and 104, and a tract of land described as follows: Commencing at the point where the North line of .9th Street Intersects with the Bast line of Willow Street, thence North 175 feet thence East 185 feet, thence South 175 feet, thence West 185 feet to the place of beginning, all in Toppings Addition to the City of Ottawa; and Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, », 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 33, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45 and 47 Block 1, Shlnn's Addition and Lots 2, 4, 8, 8, 10, 12, 14, 18, 18, 20, 22, 24. 36, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, «3, 42, 44, 46 and 48 in Block 1 Crest- View Addition to the City of Ottawa; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the South line of 1'Oth Street intersects with the East line of Willow Street, thence East 140 feet, thence South to the North line of Oleason's Addition, thence West 140 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the Sduth line of 10th Street intersects with the West line of Willow Street, thence West 140 feet, thence South to the North line of llth Street, thence East 140 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and a tract of land described as: Commencing at the point where the South line of llth Street intersects the West line of Willow Street thence West 140 feet, thence South to the North line of 15th Street, thence East 140 feet, thence North to the place of beginning; and Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, and 17 in Block 1 of Oleason's Addition, and Lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, and 29 Block 4, Oleason's Addition to the City of Ottawa Kansas. 5. That there Is to be no apportionment of cost between the benefit district and the City at large except that the City at large will pay for the intersections and the storm sewers. 6. That the cost .and expense of said improvement shall be assessed on lots and tracts and parcels of ground contained in said benefit district as set forth in Section 4 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 said City, payable from assessments against the property benefited, tc-wit: All of the lots, tracts, and parcels of land contained in said benefit district as set forth in Section 4 of this Resoltuion, which bonds shall be issued to mature in not more than 10 yearly installments of approximately equal amounts each year, ana said first instalment shall mature not more than 2 years after the date the issuance and the last such Installment shall mature not more than 11 years after the date of issuance, and said bonds shall 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 shall be made upon the property charge able 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. 7. This Resolution is passed under the authority of 1961 Supp. O.S. Kan. 1949, Chapter 12, Article 6-a which Article contains the general paving and assessment law and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Jody of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, his 6th day of March. 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount OB Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE p.m. Day Before Publication — 5 line Ads accepted up to 9:30 a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion pet word ...... 6e 3 insertions per word ...... ISc 5 insertions per word .«•««« 24c 2 insertions per word ...... 4Sc 6 insertions per word Me Cash minimum 48e Card of Thanks 4c per word — 70c min. xica) 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 .. $1.50 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no. discount. Blind Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract A RESOLUTION ORDERING THE IMPROVEMENT OF WILLOW STREET PROM THE SOUTH LINE OP SEVENTH STREET TO THE NORTH LINE OP FIFTEENTH STREET, INCLUDING INTERSECTIONS AND STORM SEWERS, IN THE CITY OP OTTAWA, KANSAS, AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OP THE COST. WHEREAS, It Is advisable that Willow Street from the South line of Seventh Street to the North line of Fifteenth Street, including intersections be regraded, repaved and that storm sewers be added thereto, and WHEREAS, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, did on the 13th day of February, 1963, adopt a resolution directing and ordering a public hearing on the advisability of the improvement of said street and WHEREAS, Pursuant to notice as required by law, said hearing was held in the City Commissioners' Room in the City Hall in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, at 7:00 o'clock p.m. on the 27th day of February, 1963, and WHEREAS, at said hearing interested property owners appeared and ex pressed opinion concerning the proposed improvement, and, WHEREAS, on the 6th day of March the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, made a finding that the improvement of Willow Street from the South line of Seventh Street to the North line of Fifteenth Street, including intersections and the addition of storm sewers is advisable. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: 1 That Willow Street from fhe South line of Seventh Street to the North line of Fifteenth Street, including the intersections, be regraded, repaved, and that storm sewers be added. 2. That the general nature of said improvement shall be concrete applied for an average thickness of 7 inch- ers, and a width of 28 ft. and other facilities necessary for the proper drainage of said pavement. (First Published March 4, 1963) (Last Published March 18, 1963) ii the Probate Court of franklin County, Kansas :n the Matter of the Estate of Esther L. Borland, Deceased. Case No. 10-991 State of Kansas Franklin County ss: NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT The State of Kansas to the Creditors, leirs, devisees, legatees, and all other persons concerned of the decedent: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the above entitled estate on the 1st day of March, 1963, and that letters of ad ministration have been duly grante< to him as such administrator; that al persons having demands against the said estate must exhibit them within nine months from the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; anc that if their demands be not exhibite< within such time they shall be forevc: barred. Donald L. White Administrator Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 An Ottawa Institution Since 1898 Lamb Funeral Home (First Published March 8, 1963) (Last Published March 14, 1963) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OP OTTAWA, KANSAS: You are here by notified that the books for th registration of voters will be kept open between the hours of 8 o'clock a.m and 9 o'clock p.m., from the 18th day of March, 1963 to the 22nd day o March, 1963, both dates inclusive, and that said registration books will b closed on the last named date at 9 o'clock p.m. tor the purpose of regls tering to vote at the Regular Gen eral Municipal Election to be held in said City on the 2nd day of April, 1963 IP, you have never registered to vote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas and hav resided in the State of Kansas six months or more and in the ward thirty days or more, and have attained thi age of 21 years, you must reglste: before you will be eligible to vote in said City. IF, you have previously registered to vote in said City and failed to vote at the General Election held in sail City in November, 1962 and have no since reregistered, you must re-regis ter. IF, you have moved from your housi or street number where you lived when last registered, you must re-register If, you have changed your name, yo must re-register. Any person desiring to register tc vote in the City of Ottawa, Kansas mus appear in person at my office in th City Hall. Special arrangements may be ma* for the sick or disabled or person absent from the State. Donald R. Capper City Clerk HARBISON-Funeral Service for Mrs. Muriel I. Harbison will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2: p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Harbison will lie in state at the chapel from 2: p.m. Tuesday until the funeral hour. Interment in Highland. Cotuncr'S ( I I MM I Lost and Pound LOST — Small Black Dog — Part Cocker. Answers to "Smokey". Hair missing on right ear. Lost in vicinity of Sand Creek School. Reward. — Phone CH 2-2446. John Gaynor. LOST, STRAYED or picked up from our home, black and white male dog. Reward for information leading directly to his where abouts. George M. Stewart. — Phone CH 2-1646. Notices NOTICE BIDS FOR mowing the four Franklin County bin sites for the 1963 season will be accepted through March 15, 1963. Further details, bid forms, and placement of bids may be mad* at the Franklin ASCS County Office, 201 W. 2nd St. Ottawa, Kansas. Male Help Wanted —19 ARTIFICIAL BREEDING Technician Franklin Co., Assoc. Apply Extension Office Court House, 8 p.m. March 14th. SEASONAL WORK ? ? ? We are looking for special type person who is tired of Seasonal work and threatened layoffs. America's most respected Sales Organization offers you an independent business of your own at no investment. Person considered must be Married, 2240, and have pleasing personality. For details write Box No. Z 64 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. Salesmen —20 NEED FAMILY MAN OR WOMAN who is presently employed but needs more money. Take over Rawleigh Business in OTTAWA. Should have car and good personality. Write Rawleigh Dept. KA C 580 91 Freeport, HI. Wanted —23 Men and Women $75 AND UP weekly earnings possible for man or woman to service customers in city of Ottawa full or part time. No investment. — Write Watkins Products, Inc., D-71, Winona, Minn. General Services — 29 VENETIAN blinds rebuilt, paired. CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES. Lee Carter CH 2-3659 STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. - Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268 DEAL ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064. SALE DATES Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March 11 — Night consignment horse sale. Lawrence Livestock Commission Company, Bast llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—41 Ottawa RFD 4. Pranlcllr County Sale Company Ovary Saturday, North Ottawa oa Highway March 14 — Homer Bishop Farm Sal» IVi miles South-west of Princeton. Kas, 11 a.m. March 13 — George and Ruby Broylet Holstein cattle, Reg. Yorkshire bogs. Farm Equip. 23 miles South-West of Ottawa, Kas., on Highway SO. 10:00 a.m. March IS — E. E. Wiokstrum, Farm Sale, Itt miles North of Lane, KM. Jack Nenon Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrcok Livestock Bale, Ovtrbrook. Kansat Bverjf Wednesday. Bvery Friday - A)ii>n County Uy*» itock JUntion Cl». City. ~ Print}- and Son Ben Printy "Cap* CH 2-1974 CH 8-1201 April 13 — aioruge Auction—furniture and Antiques - Ottawa Transfer anil

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