Rationing Water In Flooded City 10 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, March 13, 1963 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rationing begins in Har- Ky., today as devastating fldods and deadly tornadoes left I njbre than 30,000 persons home- letts in the South and property damage in the millions. ['Seventeen persons were dead and six others missing. Twelve of trje deaths were attributed to floods, and five to tornadoes. A flash flood—one of several caused by torrential rain — Mocked out the pumping station af Harlan about noon Tuesday, leaving the city and outlying communities without water. ^Civil defense director Bill ffltight made arrangements to truck water from fresh wells on aj'hillside and from a soft drink plant at nearby Baxter if the plant c|uld distill river water for drinking. jSchools were closed in Harlan County and gasoline was limited If to emergency vehicles. Many per sons were trying to clean up the slime and mud. The American Red Cross opened disaster headquarters in Hunting;on, W. Va., to direct work in lood-stricken sections of Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia. Southeastern area Red Cross workers helped cope with condi- ions created by widely scattered tornadoes and some flooding in portions of Mississippi, Albania and Tennessee. The Red Cross said the twisters affected at least 58 families in Mississippi, 510 in Aladama and 472 in Tennessee. The tornado deaths occurred in those states Monday. Major damage in Kentucky was caused by the flooding Big Sandy Cumberland and Kentucky rivers. The swirling waters forced more than 25,000 persons to flee their homes. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Edwin Harswell, Quenemo; Lyle North. 615 S. Mulberry; Mrs. Donald Dehn, Lyndon; Tuesday. Dismissals Mrs. Joe Campbell, 828 S. Elm; Roger Christian, 317 S. Hickory; Mrs. Max Likes and baby son, 1020 Walnut; Tuesday. Mrs. James Warren, 834 Cypress; Will Baxter, 912 N. Oak; Loay Taggart, 434 Willow; Wednesday. 'Schools Below Standards' Wright Speaks Up Before Senators Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic leath log: 4 hours to 9 a.m. Wednesday—0 For March—10 For 1963-71 Comparable 1962 period—83 w « « « « n Snow Foot Deep: Storm Pulls Out iTOPEKA (AP)-The late winter snow storm that dumped nearly a;foot of snow in northwestern Kansas was about to clear out of the state today, leaving cooler temperatures through tonight followed by a warming trend. J Skies were cloudy today with a few flurries at scattered points. However, the main front had moved to the Great Lakes area. .The storm Tuesday put a crimp in highway travel, closed many schools and caused some businesses to shut down. Continental Trailways at Kansas City reported two of its buses carrying full loads were forced to hold up at Sfc Francis in extreme western Kansas for about 14 hours Tuesday as result of low visibility and dangerous roads. In the Goodland area, schools and business houses reopened today but school buses were still held off the snow-packed roads. Lows tonight are predicted for 10-15 degrees northwest and in the 20s southeast. ..Snow covered western Kansas, from a line west of Concordia- Russell-Garden City. It was 10 inches deep at Goodland, three inches at Hill City and Phillipsburg and two inches at Osborne. Skies will clear by tonight and for the next few days are predicted to be near normal. News Briefs A 2c and Mrs. Larry L. Masenthin, Larry Wayne and Donna Ann, who recently returned from Weisbaden, Germany after an 18-month tour of duty with the US Air Force, left Monday for Del Rio, Tex., after spending a month's leave with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fields, Quenemo; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Masenthin, RFD 1, and other relatives They wil) spend a few days with his brother and family, A-3c and Mrs. John Masenthin and son, Austin, Tex., before resuming duties at Del Rio, Tex. TOPEKA (AP)—The secretary of the Kansas State Teachers Association appeared before the Senate Education Committee Tuesday to give his side of the hassle over the condition of Kansas' education. C. 0. Wright, the KSTA administrator, spoke in an atmosphere much different from the emotional furor that first greeted his remarks to a national gathering of school administrators in Atlantic City, N. J., recently. There was an exchange of criticism but no tempers flared. Wright read part of an eight- page statement. "I am the first private citizen who has been censured by the Kansas Legislature since 1861," he said. He criticized a resolution passed by the Legislature condemning him after remarks were attribu- ted to him as saying that Kansas has one of the most backward school systems is the country. "I stand behind the statements I made," he said. He said the Kansas school system is considerably below acceptable standards and listed 20 points to back up his contention. The points included the number of eight-month schools, the number of one and two teacher schools, loss of Kansas teachers to other states and poor state support for schools. He said he did not "relish the conflict, but we know what should be done." Sen. William Farmer, R-Wichita, criticized Wright for his statements, saying "You did more to embarrass teachers than anything that has been said in the last 50 years." People In The )• »* I News By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Actor Van Johnson is reported in; good condition at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles, where Friday he underwent a thigh operation for cancer of the skin. A spokesman for the hospital sa}d Johnson probably will be dis charged at the end of this week. Actor-dancer Gene Kelly, who suffered a slipped disc more than a week ago, is in traction at his Beverly Hills, Calif., home. A spokesman said Kelly's condition is improved and he will be able to resume work in about a we|ek. Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands will visit Japan as a state guest April 2-11, the Japanese Foreign Ministry announced in Tokyo. ftie princess will visit scenic sppts, social welfare institutes and cultural centers in Tokyo, Kyoto anil Nagasaki. l^avy Officer Hurt In Blast KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cmdr. Wijliam L. Wyant Jr., 43-year-old Navy reserve officer, touched off a smoke bomb for a fire drill Tuesday night and was severely injured when it exploded with much greater force than expected. Wyant was treated at a hospital for shock and lacerations of the right leg, right arm and scalp. The bomb was supposed to simulate the smoke of a shipboard explosion, and a training unit of 14 .officers and 160 enlisted reservists was supposed to go into its fire-fighting procedures. Capt. Howard W. Morley, commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Training Center, said he did not know why the bomb exploded with so much extra force. Asks Withdrawal From Yemen UNITED NATIONS, N.Y, (AP) —U.N. Secretary-General U Thant has asked Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Repuolic to pull their troops out of Yemen, Saudi delegate Jamil M. Baroody says. Backed by the U.A.R., Yemen's regime has been fighting counterrevolutionaries since it deposed the imam last Sept 26. The royalists have the support of Saudi nidi Jordan. Deaths Capt. and Mrs. Sam Anderson, long Island, N. Y., and Mrs. Harry Lamon, Macon, Ga., have returned home after being called to Stanton for the death of Mrs. Mary Anderson, mother of Captain Anderson and Mrs. Lamon. 4-H In Franklin County 4-H Journalists Did A Good Job Legato (First Published March 6, 1M3) (Last Published March 90, 1963) n the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas n the Matter o( the Estate of Edna Harold, deceased. No. 10-986 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT Notice is hereby given to the credl- ors, heirs, devisees and legatees of Edna Harold, deceased, and all others concerned, that on the 4th day of March 963, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Edna Harold, deceased, late of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties Interested in said estate •will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. C. P. Burrows, Administrator Anderson ft Byrd Attorneys for Administrator Elks Gub duplicate bridge winners Monday night were: first, Gene Bush and Roy Churchill; second, Roger Sehroff and Allen Piercy, Lawrence; third, tie, Mr. John Elmore and Mrs. Marie Hufstedler and Mrs. John Wassmer and Mr. Larry Crater. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-443L Adv. ELMER R. HAYES Elmer R. Hayes, 56, RFD 3, a resident of Franklin County most of the time since 1928, died in Oklahoma City, Okla., yesterday. He was born Feb. 4, 1907, in New Madrid. Mo. Surviving are six children, Gene A., Dallas, Tex.; J. W. and Donald E., South Carolina; JoAnn, Buddie and Rosie, Hutchinson; 15 grandchildren, two brothers, Tom, Quenemo; and Wesley, Westphalia, and two sisters, Mrs. Susie Franks, RFD 3; and Mrs. Francis Franks, Williamsburg. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Towner's Chapel. Ottawa police officers William Wheeler, Robert Cowdin, G. C. Assistant Chief Clyde Johnson at- Simmons, Fred Espinoza and Assistant Chief Clyde Johnson attended an all-day refresher session in reading tallout monitoring stations at Chanute today. All five policemen recently completed a similar course at Ottawa University and w e r e awarded certificates. By ROSS NELSON 4-H Agent I would like to add my appreciation to The Ottawa Herald and staff for the National 4-H Week edition Plan Home Furnishing Courses An extension short course in home furnishings, for young homemakers, will be held in Frank- b'n County, Rosemary Crist, county home economics agent, announced. Miss Crist is planning to hold an evening and an afternoon class immediately. Each class will have at least four meetings. The study will be on furniture selection and arrangement, use of color and design in the home and the selection of floor coverings. Window treatment and lighting could be added if the group wants an extra meeting. The evening class is scheduled for March 20, March 27, April S and April 10. The afternoon class will meet on April 2, April 13, April 23 and April 30. Young homemakers who wish to enroll in either of these classes or to get additional information may do so by contacting the county home economics agent at the courthouse, telephone CH 2-3166. Eleven policemen and three Franklin County sheriff's officers were among the 31 recipients of certificates from the FBI after completing a special police course here last week. The course was taughi by FBI agents, and classes were in the Franklin County courthouse on five afternoons. County Judge Robert L. Pinet and County Attorney Donald White also received certificates. Other certificates were ussued to officers from nearby counties and cities. The Ottawa High Class of 1958 is looking for five of its members. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Donald Rowe, Delores Bailey s Neal Fisbhurn, Norman Osburn or Gary Millbern is asked to call Mrs. Ted Coons, 431 Beech, Phone CH 2-1710. Legion Programs In Spotlight Hugh A. Smith, American Legion department finance officer, told of various Legion programs last night at the 44th anniversary party of Warren C. Black Post and Auxiliary. He explained the new program of the Boys Stats of Kansas which will be on the Kansas University campus at Lawrence. The change was made from Wichita because of more space. David Bunch commander, announced the program. Rev. E. E. Caylor, chaplain, gave the invocation. Joe Towner, adjutant, told of plans for building a new post home and presented cards to charter and 45-year members. Mrs. J. J. Meyer made the decorated birthday cake. Mrs. David Bunch, auxiliary president, had charge of serving the supper. Mrs. Grace Bell and Mrs. Phil Hart decorated the tables with candles and poppies and made favors for guests. The food and serving committee included Mrs. Howard Henderson, who made the coffee; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howell, serving coffee, and Mrs. C. E. Buckner and Mrs. H. F. Duvall serving chicken. This adds considerable work for each of them. I have enjoyed watching this grow from one page, an editorial and a few stories to two full pages, an editorial and more stories, and now this special edition. But even more important is that in the 4-H page three years (First Published February 27, IMS) (Last Published March 13, 1B63) State of Kansas County of Franklin, (8: In The Probate Court of Said County In the Matter of the Estate of William Wallace Mannen, Deceased No. 10-978 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO THE CREDITORS, HEIRS, DEVISEES LEGATEES AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CONCERNED: Notice Is hereby given that Wllbu. E. Mannen was appointed and quail fled as administrator of the estate o William Wallace Mannen, deceased, on the 25th day of February, 1963, on which date letters of administration were granted to him by the above named court, and all creditors mus exhibit their demands against said es tale within nine months from the date of the first publication of this no tlce as provided by law, and If such demands be not thus exhibited within said time, they shall be forever bar red. Dated at Ottawa, Kansas, this 25th day of February, 1963. Wilbur E. Mannen Administrator of th Estate of William Wa' lace Mannen, Deceasec Bishop & Lee Paola, Kansas Attorneys for Administrator ag./ only 4-H clubs five were A divorce action filed recently by Mrs. Kathryn Cook against Bobby Dale Cook was dismissed in District Court this morning. A Franklin County 4-H tractor project meeting will be at 7:30 tomorrow night at Ottawa Tractor and Implement, 119 E. 2nd. Aerial Guard For President WASHINGTON (AP) - American fighter planes will patrol President Kennedy's air route to Costa Rica next week. Presidential press secretary Pierre Salinger said Tuesday night that similar protection had been given the President before on his trips to Venezuela and Colombia. Salinger said he wouldn't call the fighters an escort for they will be out of sight of the President's plane and various squadrons will take over the patrol duties along the way. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.46 Ear Cirn 1.07 Shell Corn 1.12 Milo .. Barley Oats . Rye 1.78 1.08 81 1.00 Butterfat 47, 42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 32c, 25c, 20c Hens M KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP)—Hogs 4,200; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady; 1-3 190250 Ib barrows and gilts 14.00-65; sows 1-3 275-400 Ib 13.00-50. Sheep 1,600; lambs steady to 50 lower; ewes a'.id feeders steady; good to prime lamb* 17.50-19.25; cull to good «w«s 6,00-7.26; good to choice feeders 14,00-15.50. Cattle 2,800; calves 150; steers steady; heifers steady to 25 lower; other classes steady; good to choice steers 1975-22.00; good to choice heifers .19.50-21.75; utility and commercial cows 14.7517.00; good to nrtme vealers 24.0032.00; medium to choice feeder) steers 20.00-28.00. Cite Drivers In Collisions Cars driven by Harry Brink, 610 S. Cedar, and Mrs. Maude Minnick, 204 E. 14th, collided at the 7th-Mulberry intersection about 5 yesterday afternoon. Brink was headed east on 7th and the other car south on Mulberry prior to the accident. Damage to Brink's car was estimated at $65, and damage to the other vehicle was estimated at $125. Mrs. Minnick was cited by the police for failing to yield the right of way. Officers also investigated an accident involving a car driven by Chester Woodrum, 44, 619 N. Hickory, and Richard Runnells, 9, 629 N. Hickory. Woodrum was backing from a driveway and the boy apparently going into the drive prior to the accident. Woodrum was cited by officers for leaving the scene of an accident. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Runnells. irepresent- This grew to 12 a year ago and now 16 4-H clubs are participating. I hope Ross * at each 4 ' H club will start now to do some one item for the edition next year. By planning now and completing a certain project, activity, before next year all 19 4-H clubs will have a good story. I agree with the editorial on the front page of this edition. I feel that this week is "their week." I am siu*e each reporter appreciated the compliment about his "newspaper work." The improvement in writing these stories and those appearing each week make instersting reading and tell the 4-H story. John Hanna, extension specialist, was impressed by the edition. Hanna complimented the committee on its work. The committee really worked in arranging and completing different duties. This effort of each one made the entire week a success. These editions have been rec ognized by many people. The 1961 edition was referred to in a pamphlet, "Ideals for National 4-H Week." The 19(52 edition was mentioned in the January, 1963, edition of National 4-H News, feel that 1963 edition has improved from the two previous issues. The 4-H club "eporter in each 4-H club has a large assignment in writing these stories and those that appear weekly and their oth er reporting. A few 4-H club? (Published March 13, M, IB, U, II and 1»> REBOLVTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MA88ABOIT STREET FROM THE EABTLINE OjT MULBERRY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF SYCAMORE STREET. AND PROVIDING FOR THE COST OF THE IMPROVEMENT THEREOF WHEREAS: Massasoit Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line f Sycamore Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, Is in need of paving, curbing and guttering, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems It ecessary to pave.. curb, gutter and therwise improve Massasolt Street rom the East line of Mulberry Street the West line of Sycamore street, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: That it Is necessary to pave, curb, cutter and otherwise Improve Massasoit • Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line'Of Sycamore Street In the City of Ottawa, Kansas. That such improvement shall be constructed of Portland Cement concrete of an average thickness of 8% Inches and 38 feet wide Includ- Ind monolithic curb .and gutter, and accessories necessary to properly drain said pavement, all In accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, and that the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas does hereby declare such work and Improvements necessary to be done, and that special assessments shall be levied to pay for the same. That Massasolt Street from 'the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street is ad- Joined on either side by paved, curbed and guttered streets, therefore this Resolution is passed under the authority of O.S. 1949, 12602 and 12-603, being the law governing the Improvement of unimproved portions of'improved. Intervening, ' connecting streets. The foregoing Resolution was duly jassed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 20th day of February. 1983. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk WantAds Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local ads paid by S 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 5 insertions per word ...... 15c 6 insertions per word 24e 12 insertions per word ...... 4Sc 26 insertions per word ...... 90e Cash minimi!?** ............. 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 .. $150 Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Bund Ads - 50c extra Special Discount Contract Card of Thanks ELECTION PROCLAMATION I, CHARLES WILLIAMSON, Mayo of the city of Ottawa, Kansas, by vir tue of the authority In me vested b law, hereby give notice and proclaim that a Primary Election will not b held in said City and give further no tlce and proclaim that on Tuesday April 2, 1963 the General Municipa Election will be held in the City o Ottawa, Kansas for the purpose o electing a Commissioner of Flnanc and Revenue of the City of Ottawa Kansas and three (3) Members, Boarc of Education of said City. The polls for such election will b opened at 8:00 o'clock a.m. and closed at 6:00 o'clock p.m. The vote for said election will be received at the following named polling places within said City, to-wit: FIRST WARD: 1st Precinct — North Baptist Church Basement — Wilson & Oak 2nd Precinct — Lincoln School Annex — 209 E. Massasolt SECOND WARD: 1st Precinct — Basement, Franklin County Court House 2nd Precinct — Basement, Carnegie Free Library — 5th & Main Streets 3rd Precinct — Ward Science Hall, Ottawa University THIRD WARD: 1st Precinct — Commission Room, City Hall 2nd Precinct — Basement, Grace Episcopal Church, 315 W. 5th St. 3rd Precinct — Auditorium, Field School — 720 Tremont FOURTH WARD: Kansas Loan Co. — 108 Tecumseb FIFTH WARD: Auditorium, Garfield School — 13th & College Streets SIXTH WARD: Basement, Church of the Brethren, 9th & Main Streets TERRITORY ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF OTTAWA FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES: Electors in this area are entitled to vote for members of School Board and their votes will be received at the polling place in the BA8E- (First Published March 8, 1963) (Last Published March 14, 1963) SPECIAL REGISTRATION NOTICE TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS: You are hereby notified that the books for the 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 of March, 1963, both dates inclusive, and that said registration books will be closed on the last named date at 9 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of registering to vote at the Regular General Municipal Election to be held tn said City on the 2nd day of April, 1963. IF, you have never registered to vote In the City of Ottawa, Kansas and have resided in the State of Kansas six months or more and in the ward thirty days or more, and have attained the age of 21 years, you must register before you will be eligible to vote tn said City. IF, you bave previously registered to vote in said City and failed to vote •t the General Election held in said City in November, 1962 and have not since reregistered, you must re-register. IF, you have moved from your house or street number where you lived when last registered, you must re-register. If, you have changed your name, you must re-register. Any person desiring to register to ote In the City of Ottawa, Kansas must ppear in person at my office In the City Hall. Special arrangements may be made or the sick or disabled or persons bsent from the State. Donald R. Capper City Clerk MENT, CARNEGIE FREE BRARY. LI- Witness my hand and seal of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this llth day of March, 1963. (Seal) Attest: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Charles Williamson Mayor ANNUAL REPORT OF TOWNSHIP TREASURER To the Township Auditing Board of Marali dei Cygnes Drainage Dlst. 1 In Franklin County, State of Kansas The undersigned, Township Treasurer of Drainage Dist. No. 1, submits the following report of Receipts, Expenditures and Indebtedness, for the year ending December 31, A. D., 1962. Statement of Budget Appropriations and Expenditures Receipts General Date Rec'd From Whom received Bal. (Last Annual Report) ..$1,441.36 Total Receipts $1,441.36 Total Expenditures 330.63 Tr. Bk. Bl. (end yr.) .... 1,110.73 RECONCILEMENT BANK ACCOUNT Treas. Bk. Bal. (End Year). 1,110.71 Bank Balance $1,110.73 EXPENDITURES March, 1962 General Payment Date To Whom Paid Item Mar. 16, Ot. Herald, pub. . * Mar. 16. O. Pahlman, e. bd have the club officers and a few'Mar. ie, E. Bush, same adults meet and select a topic. Then all gather the information, and the reporter writes the story. These stories represent the 4-H club and do require considerable research. Dividing some of this research will make the stories more interesting and contain more information. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home We wish to thank our Friends and relatives for the beautiful cards; gifts, and parties, given for us on our Golden Wedding Anniversary. Thanks, Mrs. John W. Fritts. We wish to thank all the friends and neighbors for the many kind deeds, cards and beautiful flowers, also the Hospital Staff, Trinity Church Group, Towner's Chapel Staff, also the sympathy and prayers of Rev. and Mrs. Armstrong in the sickness and death of our beloved sister and aunt. — The Chapmaa Family. Lost and Found LOST, STRAYED or picked up from our home, black and white Shepard male dog. Reward for information leading directly to his whereabouts. George M. Stewart. — Phone CH 2-1646. Notices (First Published March 13, 1963) (Last Published March 27, 1963) n The Probate Court of ranklln County, Kansas tate of Kansas, Franklin County, ss n the Matter of the Estate of Mabel F. Holmes, Deceased. Case No. 10-995 NOTICE OF HEARING ON ETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL The State of Kansas to all 'ersons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petl- lon has been filed in said court by Dorothy M. Baker, legatee and devisee of Mabel F. Holmes, deceased, and as executor named in the will of laid decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Mabel F. Holmes dated March 21, 1944, which s filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Dorothy M. Baker as executor of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of April, 1963, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, In said court, in the city of Ottawa, In 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. Dorothy M. Baker, Petitioner Donald L. White, Attorney for petitioner. 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. Ottawa White Shrine No. 19. of White Shrine of Jerusalem Stated meeting Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. Election and annual reports. Ladies bring favorite pie. Lola Sellers—W. Scribe pro-tent Calista Roth-W.H.P. 01 v f Reg Male Help Wanted —19 8.8 8.0C 8.00 8.0 8.0 8.0 24.0 16.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 171.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.66 W.OO 10.00 10.00 HAYES—Funeral Arrangements for Elmer R. Hayes are incomplete and will be announced later by Towner's Chapel. I Mar. 16, M. Fabert, same Mar. 16 M. Fabert, same Mar. 16. H. Staadt, same .. Mar. 16, C. Schneider, rpr. Mar. 16, F. Smith, el. rent Mar. 16. L. Hunter meeting Mar. 16, R. Smith, same . Mar. 16, C. Hughes, same May, 1062 May 4, G. McGrath, rpr. . May 4, 'C. Hughes, m'ting May 4, R. V. Smith, same May 4, L. Hunter, same .. June, 1963 June 6, Ottawa Herald, pub June 6, C. Hughes, m'ting June 6, R. V. Smith, same June 6, L. Hunter, same .. Total Expenditures $ 330.63 State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: I do solemnly swear, that the within and foregoing is in all respects a full and true account of all the moneys received by me and expended together with the indebtedness of said Township during the full period of the year ending December 31, A.D. 1962, and for the full time for which I should make such statement. So help me Ood. Cyrus Hughes Drainage Dlst. Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day of March, A.D. 1963. Leslie C. Hunter Drainage Board President. ELECTION NOTICE Following is a list of persons who have filed statements of candidacy, petitions and statements of commisslonership for nomination to the offices hereinafter earned, as such names will appear on the official ballot at the General Election to be held In the City of Ottawa, Kansas on Tuesday, April 2, 1M3, to- wit* FOR COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE AND REVENUE Cheney, J. R. Hanes, Lyle D. FOR MEMBER, BOARD OP EDUCATION Chesbro, Vernon B. Hudelson, John F, McKelvey, Don L. Seymour, Mrs. Ethel Rule Smith, Ray V. Spencer, Mrs. Elizabeth ' IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I nave hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the City of Ottawa Kansas this llth day of March, 1963. Donald R. Capper City Clerk (leal) A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE SECOND STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET AND FROM THE EAST LINE OF LOCUST STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF WALNUT STREET AND THIRD STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET AND FROM THE EAST LINE OF LOCUST STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF WALNUT STREET, AND FOURTH STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF HICKORY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF CEDAR STREET IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE COST THEREOF. WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 2226, duly passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, now in full force and effect, designates Second Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street and rhird Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Fourth Street, from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, in the City of Ottawa, Kansas, as main trafficways within the meaning of Section 12-685 of the 1961 Supp. to O.S. Kas. 1949, and WHEREAS, The Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, deems it necessary to improve the above described main trafficways, and Intends to so Improve said main trafficways, NOW THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Governing Body of the City ot Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. It is necessary to Improve Second Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Third Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, and from the East line of Locust Street to the West line of Walnut Street, and Fourth Street from the East line of Hickory Street to the West line of Cedar Street, In the City of Ottawa, Kansas, heretofore designated an main trafftcways under Ordinance 3228 by widening said streets. Section 2. That the nature of said widening project shall consist of removing the existing curb and gutter and adding a 30-foot wide strip of concrete pavement to each side of the existing streets, Said concrete pavement to be an average thickness of six (6) 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, Section 3, The total cost of the improvement shall be paid by the City 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. Female Help Wanted —24 SILK Finisher, Good Pay, Full time. No lay-offs. Paid vacation and holidays. Bond's Royal Cleaners, 125 S. Main. WANTED: white woman to care elderly woman. 28 miles from Ottawa. Weekend off every 4 weeks. Call PL 5-3430, Osawatomie, Kansas. WANTED — Either full or part- time girl for window trimming. 18 • 35 age brackets. Experience unnecessary. Apply in person. — J. C. Penney Store. Section 4. This Resolution is passed under the authority of Section 12- 8M of the 1961 Supp. to G.S. Kan The foregoing Resolution duly pasted and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 27th day of February. UW3. ATTEST: Donald R. City Clerk Charles Williamson Mayor cappw SALE DATES Harold Stewart & Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4838 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March It — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neosho Livestock Commission Co., Neosho, Mo. March 23 — Emma Atkinson, 1 p.m. household goods. 1 block south, 1 block West, City Hall Wllllamsburg. Kas. March 25 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-918 Howard-tt. Ottawa RFD 4. Pranklip Count? Sale Company W»*r» Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 69. March 14 — Homer Bishop Farm Sal* 1% miles South-West of Princeton. Kas. 11 a.m. March 13 — George and Ruby Broylet Holsteln cattle, Reg. Yorkshire hogs. Farm Equip. 22 miles Bouth-West of Ottawa, Kas,, on Highway 80. 10:00 a.m. March IS — E. E. Wickstrum. Farm Sale, Itt miles North of Lane, Kas. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kan. Overbrook Livestock tale, Ovarbrook. Uve> •vary Wednesday. livery Friday - Allra County stock da* cirr Kansas. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 3-1974 CH 5-1501 April M — Storage Auction— furniture and Antiques — Ottawa Transfer an* Storage Co.. 101 N. Main, Ottawa, 12:00 Noon. community auction every Blent 1 p.ro , 113« M. Main. OMBBualty sale ev< . I1M If. UaH.
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