The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 9
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1963
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10 Briefs Peoria-Cole community meeting will be Friday night at the Cole School. For entertainment each family is to have a talent number. Pie and coffee will be served. Richter MYF will have a food sale at the Gas Service office Friday morning. Baxter community will hold a basket supper Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Each family should bring its own table service U. S. Army Mothers Rummagt Sale Mem. Aud. basement Wed. Mar. 20. Adv Elks Club duplicate bridge club Winners for last night were: north south, first, tie between Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hegberg and Rob ert Miller and Mrs. John Hudel son; second, Mrs. Floyd Indal! and Mrs. Hazel Hartley; east west, first, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanks; second, Mrs. Bob Miller and Mrs. Gene Bush. Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending March 16, were 33,194 compared with 34,917 for the same week a year ago. On-line loadings were 20,488 compared with 22,277 for the corresponding week last year. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH J-443L Adv Townsend Fortner, Paola, has returned home from a Kansas City hospital where a bullet was removed from his leg. He was accidentally shot about two months ago at his home. Police said today that two coats reported missing by Donalc Beeson, 727 Grant, have been found in the 800 block on North Oak. Beeson reported the coats stolen yesterday from Ms car while it was parked in the 700 block on North Hickory. Food Sale Wed. Mar. 20. Gas Office. Sweet Adelines. Adv. George Mclntosh, 521 S. Locust, has been released from the University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kas., and is reported improving at home from a heart ailment. Mrs. Leona Jones, circulation manager of The Ottawa Herald, has been named the Kansas director of the Midwest Circulation Managers*' Association. New officers and directors were elected at the organization's meeting March 16-78 at Hotel Muehle- bach at Kansas City. Mrs. Jones attended the meeting. Local Markets Wheat ................... ... $2.06 Soybeans .................. $2. Ear Cirn ................... 1.07 Shell Corn .................... 1.12 Milo ............... . ........ 1.78 Barley ...................... 1.08 Oats ......................... 81 Rye ........................ 1.00 Butterfat ................. 47. .42 Eggs ........................ 20c Grade Eggs ...... 32c, 25c, 20c Hens ....................... H KANSAS CITY (AP)— Cattle 4,•00; calves 200; slaughter steers steady to 35 higher; heifers steady; cows strong to 25 higher, vealers unchanged; high good to average choice steers 21.50-22.50; choice heifers and mixed steers 22.00-50; utility and commercial cows 15.00-17.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-2f.00; good and choice feeder steers 23.00-26.00; good and choice heifers 21.0023.00. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts 35 higher; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 180-260; barrows and gilts U.00-5'0; 275-400 Ib sows 12.75-13.50. Sheep 600; slaughter Iambs steady to 25 higher; ewes steady, good and choice wooled lambs 1800-18.00; good to choice feeder lambs 14.50-15.50. Show Slides In Liquor Case At a preliminary hearing yesterday to determine whether Mrs. Velma Howard, 104 S. Locust, must appear before the county court on charges of unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor. County Attorney Donald L. White presented evidence including seven camera slides and 105 bottles of alcoholic liquor. Five witnesses for the state were sworn in but did not testify. The hearing was recessed until 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Cotyner'g < I I MM I All Ready For City Election By HELEN LALMAN Greeley residents will vote April 2 on a mayor, police judge and five councilmen. Mrs. Inez Grove, and La June Bodenhamer will act as clerks. Judges will be Helden Cunningham, Otis Mills and Norman Blanden. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the City Hall. Several businessmen attended the funeral for David McDanald in Garnett Tuesday. Mr. McDanald died following a heart attack. He was a dealer in auto parts and had many friends and customers in Greeley. The RNA Lodge met with Mrs Inez Grove. Women of the Altar Societ, chartered a bus out of Osawato mie on March 11 and spent the day in Kansas City shopping. Mrs. Hylas Bodenhamer, Mrs Louise Duensing, Robert Voltz anc Andrew Miller are Garnett hospi tal patients. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wellman are parents of a son, born March 8. Mrs. Wellman was Betty Ann Gilner. Mr. and Mrs. Orn Fox will cele brate their 50th Wedding Anniver sary Sunday, March 24, with a family dinner. Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Florence Coleman, Rich mond; Mrs. Anna Curtis, 603 S Locust; Peter Johannes, Jr., RF1 2, Williamsburg; Will S. Baxter 912 N. Oak, Monday. Dismissals Gail Inncs, 819 S. Main; Mrs John Burrell, RFD 1, Wellsville Mrs. Ronnie Johnson and babj daughter, 823 N. Cedar; Mrs Richard Milhr and baby daugh ter, 803 S. Poplar; Edward Kas per, 205 E. Wilson, Tuesday. Escaper Hurt In Auto Crash KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)14-year-old escapee from the Boys Industrial School at Topeka was critically injured in an automobile that crashed today while being pursued by police. Roy S. Hurst, who ran away from the school Saturday, was taken to Providence hospital with head and internal injuries and multiple cuts. The car he was driving hit a steel light pole. His home is in Kansas City, Kan. It was his second flight from police in six days in cars reported stolen. Last Tuesday night the boy, in handcuffs, escaped from Sgt. Logan Croskey of the youth bureau was taking him by car to police headquarters. He was caught the next day and returned to Topeka. Roy originally was sent to the school for motor car theft. Has A Rude Awakening KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)-A 46-year-old woman was knocked from her bed Monday night when an automobile crashed into the side of her frame home in Wyandotte County. She was Mrs. Jesse Graham, who was treated for shock at the University of Kansas Medical Center. The driver of the car, Mrs. L. L. Anderson, 19, also of Wyandotte County, escaped injury. Mrs. Anderson told Trooper Frank Goddard something went wrong with the steering mechanism. The car crossed the Graham lawn and splintered the wall of the home. Gas Explosion Burns Woman LE ROY, Kan. (AP)- Mrs. lomer Linebaugh and her 21-year old son, William, were looking for a gas leak Monday when an ex- >losion of accumulated gas occurred, shattering windows in the lome. Mrs. Linebaugh was hospitalized with third degree burns over 34 per cent of her body and first degree burns over the remainder of her body. She is in critical condition. The son suffered third degree jurns about the hands and face. Hospital attendants said he also was in critical condition. Blanche Lamb-Bob Roberta Lamb Funeral Home 4-H Leaders At Meeting Ross Nelson, Franklin Countj 4-H agent and nine county 4-1 leaders are attending the State 4-H Leaders Conference at Hut chinson. The leaders conference will in elude workshops cpnducted bj specialists in the various 4-H proj ects, discussion sessions and spe cial programs. A banquet wil be held tomorrow to honor lead ers with 10 or more years o service and the conference wil close Thursday at noon. Those attending from Franklin County are: Mrs. Byron Robison, Acorn Rustlers; Mrs. Harold Kim ball, Princeton Jolly Workers Mrs. Raymond Houston, Rain bow; Mrs. Joe Alexander, Potta watomie Valley; Mrs. Everet Burgess, Junior Judges; Mrs. Ray Evans, Full O'Pep; Mrs. W. H Williams, Trailblazers; Mrs. Les Wittman, Victory Workers, and Mrs. Jim Cook, Cloverleaf Mrs. Wittman and Mrs, Cook took the other leaders to Hutchin son by car. ITie conference is being held at the State 4-H En campment Building on the State Fair Grounds. Won't Up School Age Requirement TOPEKA (AP)—A bill to require school attendance to age 17 in Kansas or completion of the 12th grade was killed Monday by the House Education Committee. State law now compels attend ance to 16 or completion of the 8th grade. The House Labor Committee recommended passage of a bill which would allo wchildren under 16 years of age to work up to 48 hours a week during school vacation periods. During the school term they would be limited to working 24 hours a week. The bill would prohibit work by children under 16 during any time they are scheduled for classroom, instructional or laboratory work in school. Also recommended by the labor committee was a resolution for a legislative council study of medl cal costs and legal fees in workmen's compensation cases. A resolution was introduced in the House to ask Congress, the Department of Agriculture and the Tariff Commission to reduce and control the importation of beef and other red meats. It was introduced by Reps. W. R. Brown Jr., R-Emmett; John Golden, R-Goodland, and Don Joseph, D-Whitewater. Plan Autopsy In Mans' Death SALINA, Kan. (AP)-An autopsy was planned in the death of William O. Bush, 55, to determine f his death Monday was due to injuries suffered in an auto accident. Bush was alone in his car when t was involved in a collision with another car near Solomon Thursday. The driver of the other car, Charles D. Jellison, 44, Salina, and a passenger suffered slight njuries. SHIRLEY - Friends and relatives of Joseph Elmer Shirley will meet at 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning at Towner's Chapel and drive to Hope Cemetery for Graveside Services. Cotoner's en VIM:I ( < I I V U \ K Russians Killed In Cuban Raid MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-Cuban exil commandos shelled a Soviet mil tary camp and a Soviet ship ir a hit-and-run raid on a norther Cuban port city, anti-Castro groups report. Some Russians were killec they said, and the raiders es caped. Havana radio reported Monda; night that some wounded sailor had been taken to a hospital, bu the broadcast did not mention any raid. The State Department said i had no information on the raid and it and the Pentagon made nc comment. Spokesmen for two Cuban exile groups, Alpha 66 and the Second National Front of Escambray said members of their organiza tions staged the attacks Sunday night. Alpha 66 and the Secont Front joined forces last fall am have carried out raids on Cuba before. The attack was described thi; way: The raiders divided into twc camps just offshore from Sagua la Grande in Las Villas Province One group went ashore to a smal town called Isabela la Sagua and shelled the Soviet military camp The others stayed in the boat and lofted 20mm cannon shells inti the ship. One of the artillery shells hi the stack carrying the hammer and sickle, the report said. Couple Attends VFW Meeting Ottawans attending a VFW Pos and Auxiliary meeting Thursday and Friday in Phillipsburg for the official visit of the national presi dent, Elfrieda Tice, Mitchell, S D., to the Department of Kan sas. were Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hinkle. Mr. Hinkle is second dis trict commander and Mrs. Hin kle is department buddy poppj chairman. Accompanying the ffink les were Carman Fisher, assist ant ant secretary to the nationa secretary in the national offices in Kansas City; Dorothy Rush Bethel, department writing con test chairman; and Rose Boehm second district senior vice presi dent, Kansas City, Kas. Department president Mar ;aret Kendall was toastmaster for a banquet. The welcome was ?iven by McDill Boyd, editor, and the response by Elizabeth Lauer, national youth director. Department commander Ora D. Hess spoke briefly and introduced his officers. Auxiliary department officers and chairmen were also introduced. Clear Skies And Cooler TOPEKA (AP)-Clearing skies and cooler temperatures prevailed in Kansas today after rain, hail show and blowing dust Monday. Generally skies will be clear today. Temperatures will rise tomorrow. Monday's turbulent weather included rain over the eastern two- thirds of the state. Hail up to about one inch in diameter, fell rom Osborne to Newton to the Kansas City area. There was thick blowing dust in the southwest and central portions and an nch of snow overnight at Good- and. Shot To Death TOPEKA (AP)-Terri Lee Johnson, a 15-year-old Washburn rural ligh school girl, was shot to :eath Monday. She was found dying in the >asement of the family home outhwest of Topeka by a neigh- x>r who responded to the call of er younger half-brother. Funerals MERL JAMES Services for Merl James who died March 16, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary March 18. Rev. Roy Armstrong officiated. Pallbearers were Frank Wise, Glen Happy, Carl Koehler, Tom Powers, Emmett Taylor and S. C. Christerson. C. P. Milton sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemtery. JOSEPH E. SHIRLEY Friends and relatives of Joseph Elmer Shirley will meet at Towner's Chapel Thursday at 10.30 a.m. and drive to Hope Cemetery for graveside services. Mr. Shirley died Sunday. Limping Airliner Turns Back HONOLULU (AP)-A Military Airtransport Service plane, en route to California with 85 persons aboard, turned back for Hawaii today when two of its four engines failed. The plane had reached the halfway point in its flight to Travis Air Force Base when it headed back. First reports said the plane's 76 passengers included 57 servicemen and 19 dependents — 15 of them children. The Super Constellation carries a crew of nine, the Air Force said. Maj. Ben Griffin, MATS information officer in Honolulu, said the aircraft was just 20 minutes shy of the "point of no return" on the 2,400-mile flight, between the islands and California, when the engines failed. The failure was not immediately explained. Griffin said the aircraft crew reported the No. 3 engine went out of control and No. 4 "froze up." Both are on the right wing. Three rescue planes were en route from Honolulu to intercept the aircraft. It was being escorted by a MATS C124 which rendezvoused shortly after the engines failed. Coast Guard rescue units were also alerted. Carl Bobbish Recital Friday Prof. Carl Bobbish, of the Ottawa University .music department faculty will give a piano recital in the university auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Friday, March 22. The popular instructor in jiano will play Mozart's Sonata £332; Variations on a Theme, by Handel-Brahms; Children's Corner Suite, by DeBussy; and the Vtephisto Waltz, by Liszt. In preparation of the Varia tions on a Theme, Bobbish is using a photostat of the original Brahms manuscript. Legate (Published March 13, U, II, U, IS and U) BE80LVTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MA88A80IT STREET l*ROM THE BAST LINK OF MULBERRY STREET TO THE WEST LUOB OP SYCAMORE STREET, AMD PROVIDING FOR THE COST OF THE IMPROVEMENT THEREOF WHEREAS: Massasolt Street from the Bait line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street. City of Ottawa, Kansas, ti In need of paving, curbing and (.uttering, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas deems It necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise Improve Uassasolt Street from «» Bast line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street. NOW THEREFORE; BE rr RESOLV. ED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: That It IB necessary to pave, curb, gutter and otherwise Improve Mas- sasolt Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street la the City of Ottawa, Kansas. That such Improvement •hall be constructed of Portland Cement concrete of an average thickness of «% Inches and M feet wide taclud- fnd monolithic curb and gutter, and accessories necessary to properly drain said pavement, all in accordance with plans and specifications on file in tba 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 specie! assessments shall be levied to pay for the game. That Massasolt Street from the Bast line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street is ad- Joined on either side by paved, curbed and guttered streets, there•fore this Resolution Is passed under the authority of G.S. 1049, 1J- 602 and 12-603. being the law governing the Improvement of unimproved portions of improved. Intervening, connecting streets. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 20th day of February, 1M3. ATTEST: Charles Williamson Mayor Donald R. Capper City Cleric ORDINANCE NO. 0.1 AN ORDINANCE Providing for the Regular city Election. BE IT ORDAINED by the City of Princeton, Kansas. Section 1. That the regular City election of the City of Princeton, Kansas shall be held on Tuesday April 2, 1963, from the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the City Hall for the purpose of electing a Mayor, a Police Judge, and five (5) Councilmen. Section 2. That Bessie Bare, Eunice Lantz and Alice Keas, citizens not candidates for office are hereby designated by the Mayor, with the approval of the council, to act as Judges of said election; and Velma Louderback and Dorothy Shaffer citizens, not councilmen are hereby designated by the council to act as clerks of said election. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official paper of the city. Passed by the City Council this 18th day of March, 1863. Alice Hamilton City Clerk Robert E. Knight Mayor FDR, Jr., Gets Senate Approval WASHINGTON (AP)-The Senate Commerce Committee approved today President Kennedy's nomination of Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., son of the late president, o be undersecretary of commerce. The vote was 14-2. At the same time the committee unanimously approved the nomination of Richard H. Holton of Berkeley, Calif., to be assistant secretary of commerce for economic affairs. The committee declined to disclose which senators voted against Roosevelt's confirmation. Quality MONUMENTS call Stewart Memorials across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 ii Tickets Are Now On Sale For Breath of Spring" by Peter Coke Community Theater Players, Inc. Spring Production Memorial Auditorium March 28-29-30 Curtain Time — 8:15 p.m. Adm. $1.00 . . . Reservations 25c — Members and Cast 1 are Selling Tickets. at Gas Service Co. (First Published March U, 1M3) (Last Published March 26, 1M3) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Franklin County Surplus, V*ti Road Equipment Sealed proposals will be received at the. office of the County Commissioners, Courthouse, Ottawa, Kansas, until 10 a.m. March 29, 1063, at which time the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following used equipment; which is located in the various Townships. Further information may be obtained from the Road Patrolmen In the Township. Appanoose Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher Centropolis Township: 1—8x14 Cedar Rapids Crusher 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug Cutler Township: 1—W.C.A.C. Tractor with Brush Sprayer franklin Township: 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug Greenwood Township: 1—9x18 Cedar Rapdis Crusher 2 —Horse Drawn Maintainers 1—10-foot Pull Grader Homewood Township: 1—No. 40 Caterpillar Tractor (gas) 1—No. 44 Pull Grader 10' Blade 1—1 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug 1—9x16 Universal Crusher Lincoln Township: 1—150 Gal. Spray It Tank Ohio Township: 1—VAL Case Tractor ft Mower 1—2 Wheel Trailer 1—2 Cu. Yd. Drag Scraper or Bug Ottawa Township: I—vjj Sack Concrete Mixer 1—Small old Case tractor with mower Richmond Township: Brush Sprayer Equipment WilUamsburg Township: Brush Sprayer Equipment 1—D7 Caterpillar Tractor with Dozer Serial No. 374833 At Franklin County Shop 1—Rotary Brush Mower 1—Ferguson No. 30 Tractor, Serial No. TO 84313 Any bidder may bid on any one piece of equipment, or any number of pieces of equipment. A check on a solvent bank, cash or a bid bond by a satisfactory surety In an amount equal to five per cent (5 per cent) of the total amount of the bid or bids must accompany each proposal. No bidder may withdraw his bid (or a period of fifteen (15) days after the date of opening bids. The County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities therein, to determine which is the highest and best bid. Board of County Commissioners Chairman, Cecil Vlning Commissioner, J. H Button Commissioner, Earl L. Richardson Attest: Bruce Spears, County Clerk Date March llth, 1963. Legal! of Locust Street to the West line Walnut Street, and Third Street (rom the East line of Hickory Street it the west line of Cedar Street, an< (rom the East line of Locust Stree to the Weit line of Walnut Street and Fourth Street (rom the EM line ot Hickory Street to the We* line of Cedar Street, In the City o Ottawa, Kansas, heretofore designated an main trafflcways under Ord nance 2336 by widening said streets Section 3. That the nature of sal widening project (hall consist of re moving the existing curb and gutte and adding a 20-foot wide strip o concrete pavement to each aide o the existing streets. Said concret pavement to be an average thick ness of six (8) Inches and plain con erete, Including monolithic curb an gutter, all In accordance with plan and specifications on (tie in the of (ice of the City Clerk. Section 3. The total cost of the 1m provement shall be paid by the Clt at large. Section 4. This Resolution Is passe under the authority of Section 12681 of the 1(61 Supp. to 0.8. Kan The' foregoing Resolution duly pan ed and adopted by the Governing Bod of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, thi 37th day of February. 1M3. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Want Ads 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: a.m. day of publication WANT AD PER WORD RATES 1 insertion per word <k 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24 12 insertions per word 45c 28 insertions per word 90 Cash minimum 4Sc Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local 14c per lin (subject to Frequency Discounts National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices set with emblem ...... fl.OC 2 insertions no change .. $1.M Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Blind Ads — 50c extra Card of Thanks THANK YOU doesn't begin to say what we feel in our hearts We are most grateful for every thing. — Bert and Dorothy Det wiler. We wish to express our sincere thanks to the nurses and aides at Ransom Memorial Hospital anc the Cedar House Nursing Home and for the kindesses and the cards, letters and flowers, sen to our mother, Mrs. Ethel Bel during her illness and receni death.—The Family of Mrs. Ethel Bell. Lost and Found LOST - Light blue glasses Girls -Reward. CH 2-5341. Notices —9 Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Stated meeting Wednesday, March 20, 7:30 p.m. Entertaining Masons and wives. Visiting members welcome. LaVerne Pence, W. M. Vola Phillips, Secy. (Published March 13, U, 15, 16, 17, 18, IB and 20) 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. 2238, 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 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, as main trafflcways within the meaning of Section 13-615 of the 1961 Supp. to G.S. Kas. 1049. and WHEREAS, The Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, deems tt necessary to improve the above described main trafflcwayi, and intends to so improve said main trafflcwayi. NOW THEREFORE, Be It Resolved by the Governing Body of the City o{ 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 CH 2-4700 Ottawa Lodge No. 18 A.F. & A.M Stated Communciation Tuesday, March 19 1963, 7:30 p.m. Busbies; Meeting. George A. Ledom, W. M. Clarence E. Rea, Sec'y. Lawn, Garden Equip. —15 USED GAMBLES Rotary Tiller Used 30 days. $1.50 per week.— Firestone Stores. Male Help Wanted —19 WANTED — Men to work in Nursery. Appy in person to Glenn Miller at 5th and Cherry after 5 p.m. at Willis Nursery. SALE DATES Harold Stewart ft Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4838 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March 19 — 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 Williamsburg, Kas. March 25 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. Franklin County Bal« Company Rt*er> Saturday, North Ottawa on Highway 59. March 27 — Howard Conley Est., 3 miles West Ottawa, Kas. on Wilson St. 1 p.m. March 30 — L. T. Kent, 7 room house & 3 lots. 749 Tremont St., Ottawa, Kas. 1 p.m. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. OvMbrook Livestock tal*. Ovarkrook •very Wednesday every rrtdav - *n»n County U*e» «toe» 4jflt'nr '!«• Oit» Kansas April 4 — Oakland School House * Contents, • miles northwest of Ottawa. Print) and Son Ben Printy "Cap" OH 2-W4 CH 2-UM March 30 — Real Estate Auction, 216 acres. W. W. Goodwin Esta.m. a acres. W. W. Goodwin Estate, a p.m. Edna, Kas. It miles East Coffeyvllle on 18« highway. April 13 - Storage Auction—furniture and Antique* — Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 101 N. Main, Ottawa, M*00 'NOOD* Male Help Wanted —19 NO STRIKES—NO LA YO* l l)Vs. Ail The overtime you want. Married to 38. Write Box No. E-61 c-o Ottawa Herald, Ottawa, Kansas. SEE IBM Job Training opportunities on the Amusement Page 4 next to movie ads. Men and Women Wanted —28 WANTED — Someone to lease, furnish and operate a rest home near Ottawa hospital. This will be brand new, one story, 34 bed home. See or call collect Gravers Realty Co., 109 E. 19th St. Lawrence, Kas. VI 3-3636. Female Help Wanted —24 WOMAN or girl for work 11:00 to 7:00 R & H Drive-in. Apply in person. SEE IBM Job Trar«ng opportunities on the Amusement Page 4 next to movie ads. General Services —29 FOR QUALITY Plumbing at a Fair Price—Underwood Plumb- ihg, CH 2-1264. CEMENT, Carpenter work — Reasonable prices. CH 2-2633. VENETIAN blinds rebuilt, repaired. CH 2-2817. KNAPP SHOES Lee Carter CH 2-3659. Grading and Plowing. GIVE IDEALS for Easter, — Wigglesworth Magazine Agency. CH 2-3003. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. . DEAL ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. CaD collect Ottawa CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section MACHINE work, welding, sheet metal construction, radiator cleaning, repair. Coles Industrial and Farm Maintenance Wellsville. Turner 3-7511. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Livestock —34 GUERNSEY Heifers. Fresh and heavy springers. Kenneth Russell. 4'/ 2 S. E. of Lane, on 169 Hi-Way. FOR SALE — Duroc male hog. Wellsville TU 3-6806. 'MISSOURI Cooperative Feeder Pig Sale — Butler, Mo., March 29, Feeder Sale Pens at Fair Grounds. 1300 head high quality feeder pigs sorted and graded under supervision of Missouri University Extension Service. For information contact Louis Woods, Adrian, Mo., or Ralph Wilson, R No. 4, Butler, Mo." Farm Eauipment —35 SHELDON'S Used FARM EQUIPMENT This equipment is above average in condition and appearance ... the price is RIGHT ... You can buy it with confidence . . . own it with pride . . . All Completely Re-Conditioned FARMALL Cub with mounted Mower. FARMALL 300, Power Steering Fast-Hitch. FARMALL Super C, with cultivator and Plow. JOHN DEERE A, Rol-0-Matic, Power-Trol, Cylinder. ALLIS-CHALMERS WD, with Loader, Cultivator, Plow. FORD 9-N, with 6' three-point Mower. SUN - MASTER 8' Rotary Mower, Near New. 8MB 5' Brush Cutter and Rotary Mower. LETZ PTO Burr Mill, Excellent Condition. INTERNATIONAL 37-A 9^' Wheel Disk. INTERNATIONAL Fast - Hitch Corn Planter with Fertilizer. Sheld on TRUCK & TRACTOR COMPANY 102 S. Walnut - CH 2-1463 (International Harvester Dealer) Seeds. Feeds. Pert. —86 FOR SALE - Baled prairie and brome hay. - 0. 0. Heidner, CH - KOA "OR SALE - Seed Oats, sacked, clean, state tested. — Preston Stockard, Princeton. Kansas. bKOME and alfalfa hay, wire tied. Lioniel Shaw, Pomona 566-3495. OR SALE - 3000 bales alfalfa! Excellent quality. 125.00 par ton or 80 cents bale. Lloyd Gate* f miles northwest Paula.

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