The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 21, 1963 · Page 6
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i t tHE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 21, 1963 Briefs An Ottawa garden club has been; granted permission by the city commissioners for planting a flowering gum tree near the historical cabin in city park on Arbor Day. The city commissioners have received a petition asking that the 1100 block on North Sycamore be paved. The petition is being referred to the city attorney for checking of the sufficiency of signatures of property owners. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Baldwin, RFD 2, have returned from a 2-month visit in California. They spent a month with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baldwin, Carol, Connie and Stan, Granada Hills, and one month with Mr. Baldwin's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Baldwin, Sealey. Rummage Sale, 131 S. Main, Sat., Mar. 23, B&PW Club. Adv. Max Foushee, 626 S. Cherry, entered St. Francis Hospital, Topeka, yesterday for therapy and to remain in traction. He is in room 339. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pickering have returned from a week's visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bellus, Marcia. and Carolyn, Garland, Tex. Hawkins Community will have a varied 4-H program at the meeting in Hawkins School Friday at 8 p.m. Patty AbersoW will give a talk on the National 4-H Congress. Patrons are asked to bring cookies. Selling in our garage anytime Sat. Mar. 23 beginning at 9 a.m.; Blond bedroom set; Beautyresi mattress; Duo-matic combination washer and dryer; 5 pc. breakfast set, extension table, (lighl wood); 2 small end tables etc. Mrs. Don Machin, 1016 S. Main Adv. Two Boy Scout troops visited the animal shelter this week. Troop 79, Eugene Field School, were there on Monday and Troop 77, Hawthorne, on Wednesday. Well Child Clinic will be held at the Co-Op building Friday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. For appointments call CH 2-3929. Mrs. Josephine Kirkwood, 84( Walnut, entered University ol Kansas Medical Center today for tests, examinations and possible surgery. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 24431. Adv Bruce Welton, 727 Ash, is recovering from back surgery in Baptist Memorial Hospital, 6601 Rockhill Road, Kansas City. He is in room 614. Mrs. Clara Kleim is in room 125, St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City,jSivhere 1 she was transferra from Ransom Memorial Hospital Arlo E. Norton has been grant ed a divorce in District Court . from Gladys Norton. He charges gross neglect. Rummage Sale Memorial Aud Sat. Mar. 23 Soroptimist. Adv. James W. Baldwin, Jr., a minor son of James W. Baldwin, was awarded $953.85 in District Cour yesterday after a friendly damage suit against Earl and Ray Pope also minors, was settled. The Baldwin boy was injured in a car accident in September 1962. A quiet title action has been filed in District Court by John A. Kazmaier, Laurene Barnarc and Chester E. Graves against George Towers and others. Name Jurors For April Court Term A list of 38 jurors for the April srm of the Franklin County Dis- rict Court was released this morning, and Sheriff Joe Ferns as received orders to send summons to those selected. The April term begins Monay, April 1, and runs to the last ay of August. Sixteen crimin- 1 cases and 44 civil are on the ocket. Jurors are John P. Martin, Eddie Garcia, William M. Booth, uanita Baxter, Mrs. Johnnie Brockway, Earle Blair, John D. Jennett, Gene Ames, Ralph J. Gravel, Ray P. Wolken, Mrs. Wyonne Acock, W. Albert Caleb, John C. Fisher, Donald Fisher, John Elder, Theron J. Harrell, Alfred J. Harrison, Duane C. amet, Karl Jesdinsky, Guy Edwards, Albert L. Rollins, Jerry Bowman and Harley P. Gover, Sr., all of Ottawa, and the 'ollowing: Pottawatomie Township, Harold Black; Pomona Township, Ben Sleichter and R. W. Horn; Cuter Township, Mrs. Mildred Brown and Anthony Otello; Lincoln Township, Mrs. Earl Schmanke and Lee Barnett; !entropolis Township, John Lederer; Wellsville, L. M Cham- jerlain; Harrison Township, Mrs. Esther L. White; Wil- iamsburg Township, Vernon Sylvester; Ohio Township, Harry Beal; Franklin Township, Ralph O'Connor; Greenwood Township, Mrs. Myrna Sue Shepherd, and Hayes Township, Leonard Sheldon. Convict Woman In Liquor Case Mrs. Velma Howard, 104 N Locust, was found guilty yester day of unlawfully selling am keeping for sale liquor at her . home. Mrs. Howard was found guiltj ;by County Judge Robert L. Pine who assessed a $500 fine, the maximum penalty for the firs >offense, and gave her 10 days tc appeal to District Court. Mrs. Howard was taken into custody several weeks ago after officers raided her home anc .seized a large quantity of liquor WHY NC 15.00 •Deductible Coverage See SMITH Convicted Driver To Appeal John Alterman, 607 Cleveland, gave notice of an appeal to District Court this morning after he was found guilty by Police Judge Robert L. Pinet on charges of driving with a suspended driver's license, failing to heed a red light and siren and making an llegal U-turn. Pinet fined Alterman $175. A charge of resisting arrest was dismissed by the city attorney In other court action, Carl Yohe, 104 S. Oak, and Paul W. Jackson, 1541 S. Mam, pleaded not guilty to charges of being drunk in public. Trials for both men were set for April 11, and each posted $50 bond. G. E. Backus, Merriam, paid a fine of $20 today after entering a plea of guilty to a charge of following too closely and being involved in an accident. Floyd Walker, Ottawa, pleaded to a charge of illegal registration and was fined $10. John Gardner, 314 E. Logan, forfeited $10 bond upon failing to appear in court on a charge of making an illegal right turn. Harry M. Tucker, RFD 4, Ottawa, forfeited $18 on a speeding charge. ELECTED — Carolyn Fisher has been elected president of Student National Education Association at Ottawa University. Miss Fisher, a junior, is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fisher, 725N. Mulberry. New Mexico Artist Plans OU Display An exhibition of 35 works by Patrick R. Kennedy, New Mexico artist, will open in Mammel Art Center gallery, Ottawa University, Sunday afternoon and be on display for two weeks, Prof. Barre Barrett of the OU art department announced today. Included are 21 drawings in ink, eight paintings and six silkscreen works. At the present, Kennedy is an art teacher at Western New Mexico University, Silver City. A graduate of the University of Missouri, he has shown his work in the Mid-America Exhibition, Kansas City; Southwestern Exhibi- bition of Prints and Drawings, San Antonio, and the Exhibition of Southwest American Art, Oklahoma City. He also held a one-man show in the Francis F. McCray Gallery, Silver City. Local Markets Wheat $2.06 Soybeans 2.38 Ear corn 1.09 Shelled corn 1.14 Milo 1.78 Barley i.og Oats Rye 1.00 Butterfat ; 47, .42 Eggs 20c Grade Eggs 29, 25, 20 Hens Q KC MarkST KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle 4,200; calves 100; slaughter cows steady; utility and commercial cows 15.50-16.50; good and choice vealers 24.00-29.00. Hogs 3,800; barrows and gilts 25-50 lower; 1-3 barrows and gilts 13.00-14.40; sows 1-3 12.25-13.25. Sheep 600; steady, choice and prime spring lambs 19.25; good and choice wooled lambs 18.00- 19.UO; cull to good ewes 6.50-7.50. oungsters will be taught about Communism was made clear to- ay in a new booklet prepared or their teachers. It is to be used as an outline or teaching in high schools a unit p. Communism as a part of his- ory or government courses. The woklet was prepared by the State Department of Public Instruction. An introduction states: "Free- om and worth of the individual, ncluding freedom of the mind, re principal objectives of our so- iety. In light of these traditions, lie subject of Communism, like my other, should be taught fac- ually, thoroughly and objective- y." The booklet has been awaited n light of a bill passed recently the state Senate which would make instruction on the goals and shortcomings of Communism mandatory in K a n s as high chools. The bill is now in the louse. Such courses can be taught now, but Sen. Glee Smith, R- jarned, one of the sponsors of the bill, said local school administra- ors have asked for the bill as an answer to local critics. The booklet urge's teachers to Abortion Bill Dead TOPEKA (AP) — A proposed liberalized abortion law was killed today by the House Judiciary Committee. The action had been predicted by committee members. Rep. Clyde Hill, R-Yates Center, chairman, said there were no dissenting votes heard on the motion to kill. The action followed two days of arguments for and against the bill. The bill would have permitted abortions in cases where three physicians certified d e 1 i v ery would gravely endanger the health of the mother, the baby would have been born with grave physical or mental defects or if the pregnancy had resulted from forcible rape or incest. Now abortions are permitted in Kansas only if necessary to save the life of the mother. Killing of the bill came on a voice vote to a motion by Rep. Don Smith, R-Dodge City, that it Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home Hospital Notes Admissions Mrs. Earl Wall, Richmond; Wednesday. Mrs. Ora LeChien Williamsburg, Thursday. Births Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Lu cas, 207 Ash, son Wednesday weight, 7 Ib., IVz oz. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer Waverly, son Thursday, weight 6 Ib., 15 oz. Dismissals Mrs. Joseph Weethee, 923 N Mulberry; Mrs. Richard Tim mons, Williamsburg; Mrs. Car rie Brooks, Pomona, Wednesday Mrs. Earl Wall, Richmond; Mrs Kathryn Elliott, Osawatomie Frank Hughes, Cedar House nurs ing home, Thursday. Outlines Course In Communism TOPEKA (AP) —What Kansas teU parents that students are Legato Dies Trying To Save His Friend SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-A rugby footballer who was to have >layed in the international tournament at Monterey, Calif., this weekend plunged to his death on he rocks at the San Francisco Cliff House Wednesday while try- ng to rescue his best friend. The victim, Michael MacDonald, 24, of the Catholic Youth Organ- zation team from Vancouver, B.C., and Wally Larz, 23, were walking with two other footballers along the Cliff House sidewalk. Larz and MacDonald leaped a ow wall and started down the narrow path to the cliff's edge. jarz slipped, tumbled down the lope and caught on a rock. Mac- )onald went to help him, slipped and plunged headfirst to the surf ine 75 feet below. Larz extricated himself and was he first to reach his friend's body. studying about the "threats, fallacies and contradictions of communism in comparison to the ideals of the American way of life and government." It recommends establishing separate units of four to six weeks within the framework of history or government courses, and suggests the units be taught during the period of history following World War H. A suggested unit might include focus on the Communist party, its ideology and the system of rule it has established. "Concepts should include 'seeming' advantages of communism as well as the disadvantages," the boklet states. A sample teaching unit is included. It begins with the question: Why study about Communism? Because, it states, "it is a continuing program of the Communist party to attempt the infiltration of every part of the American society." The unit stresses the party's conspiracy "to win youth for Communism." From the subject matter in the course, according to the booklet, the student should: —Develop a greater appreciation of the American heritage, democratic process, freedom of opportunity, enterprise under law, and the will to preserve that freedom. —Understand what the threat of communism means to those freedoms. —Become aware of the grounds on which free people of the world have condemned communism. A student would study history of the party, its organization and discipline, operation, special position in the Soviet Union and its history in the United States. One section deals with Soviet Premier Khruschev. "Under his rule, the booklet says, "one can expect more indirect methods that rely on manipulations rather than direct force." (Published March 13, 15, 16, 21, 32 and 23) ELECTION NOTICE Following Is a Hat of persons who have tiled statements of candidacy, petitions •nd statements of commlaslonershlp for nomination to the offices hereinafter named, 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, 1963, towit: FOR COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE AND REVENDE Cheney, J. R. Hanes, Lyle D. FOR MEMBER, BOARD OF EDUCATION Chesbro, Vernon B. Hudelson, John F. McKelvey, Don L. Seymour, Mrs. Ethel Rule Smith, Ray V. Spencer, Mrs. t£llr,abeth IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this llth day of March, 1963. General Services —29 Misc. For Sale VENETIAN blinds rebuilt, re paired. 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, fainting - Conrad's Painters. CH 24281. (Seal) Donald R. Capper City Clerk DEAL ANIMALS removed, Standard Rendering Co. Call colled Ottawa CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Service section New Mayor (First Published March 14, 1963) (Last Published March 28, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, us: In The Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Ralph W. Curtis, Deceased. Case No. 10-993 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Howard Curtis, brother and heir at law of Ralph W. Curtis, deceased, praying for the appointment of an administrator of the estate of Ralph W. Curtis, deceased, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th of April, 1963 at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, in the city of Ottawa, in said county and state, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Howard Curtis, Petitioner Oleason,. Gleason, Doty and Logan Attorneys for Petitioner 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 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48c Card of Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 1-3254 WIRING CH 24930 Livestock —34 FOR SALE - Duroc male hog Wellsville TU 3-6806. GUERNSEY Heifers. Fresh and heavy springers. Kenneth Russell. 4% S. E. of Lane, on 169 Hi-Way. 40 HEAD close Springer Holstein heifers and cows. Walter George Lawrence, Kas., Phone VI 38430. REGISTERED Hereford proven herd Bull. — 5 years old. Clean pedigree, Silver Domino bloodline. 30 daughters to show, also — 2 year old Junior herd Bull, same bloodline. Reasonable prices.—E. L. Walker. Rantoul. NIGHT consignment Horse Sale Monday March 25, Lawrence Livestock Sale Company, Easl llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas 7:00 p.m. Norman Watts, Owner. Harold Stewart and Green, Auctioneers. Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALE — Tractor manure spreader, rubber tires. Cliffon Carey, 4^ miles Northeasi Richmond. FOR SALE — 1939 Farmall F 20 fflC Plow John Deere No 5 mower. M. H. Clipper Com bine. Excellent condition. 721 N. Poplar. Legate (Published March 13, 14. 15, 16, 18, 19 and 21 RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE MASSASOIT STREET FROM THE EAST LINE OF MULBERRY STREET TO THE WEST LINE OF SYCAMORE STREET, AND PROVIDING FOR THE COST OF THE IMPROVEMENT THEREOF WHEREAS: Massasolt Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street, City of Ottawa, Kansas, is in need of paving, curbing and guttering, the Governing Body of fTTV CAP1 TV the city of ot tawa, Kansas deems it \^ll I V^r; — i-r. necessary to pave, curb, gutter and • ' " otherwise Improve Massasolt Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to 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, gutter 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 (ball be constructed of Portland Cement concrete of an average thickness of «% 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 Massasoit Street from the East line of Mulberry Street to the West line of Sycamore Street is adjoined on either side by paved, curbed and guttered streets, therefore this Resolution is passed under the authority of G.S. 1949, 12602 and 12-603, being the law governing the improvement of unimproved portions of improved, intervening, connecting streets. The foregoing Resolution wai duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 20th day of February. 1963. Charles Williamson Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk Jack S. Wilkes, who was backed >y the reform-minded Association •or Responsible Government, was elected Oklahoma City mayor Wednesday, defeating incumbent James H. Norick by a 2 to 1 margin. Wilkes is president of Oklahoma [Sty University. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a. m. Thursday— 1. For March—15. For 1963-76. Comparable 1962 period—96. Card of Thanks I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the many cards and flowers I received during my recent stay in Stormant-Vail Hospital, Topeka. — Mrs. John Shipps, 2622 Maryland, Topeka, Kansas. Lost and Found FOUND — Tire and wheel. David Richeson, Williamsburg. Notices —9 Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T Stated Conclave Thursday, March 21st, 7:30 p.m. Business meeting. Fred A. Gardner — E. C. Gerald B. Harford — Rec. JOHN DEERE A Tractor, 2 row Rotary Hoe, 8 ft. tandem disk 216 Plow on Steel, and wagon 8x14 bed. 0. J. Baker, 3 miles So. Homewood. 1954 AC-WD45 Tractor, good rub her. 1954 AC 3-14 Plow. 194S AC mower. 1958 AC 6" blade 1956 JD Planter Lister Comb on rubber. 1955 Int. Rake Side Delivery, on rubber. Phone Wil liamsburg, 2354 after 6 p.m. o weekends. Seeds, Feeds, Fert. —36 ftcUUM Cleaner for Sate. 3 months old, Princeton YE 72205. Getting Ready for Spring Order TARPS Seasonal Clearance Compare at lie 8c sq. ft. Includes: 10 x 16 - 12 x 16 — 14 x 16 - 16 x 20. 9K Bargain Store Sporting Goods —42 NEW AND USED BOATS and MOTORS - OTTAWA MARINE 1 block north of the tracks from 1st and Cedar. Open 9 A.M. until 5 P.M. and 7 P.M. until f P.M. Monday through Friday. Home Furnishings —47 8 piece Dunkin Phyfe Dining Room Suite. Imported Noritake China, Vasonia Pattern, Service for 12-Like New. Square Aluminum Tub Maytag Washer and Rollaway tub. L. Tice, Richmond. _ Do You Need A New Living Room Suite . . . But Feel You Can't Afford It? Then See this near New 2 piece Living Room Suite — Very good nylon Cover — All foam rubber cushions give non-allergenic comfort plus being odor-less — All Solid dry kiln construction — This Set Sold new for $259.95 — Buy now For Only 88.88 Your Choice Cash — or no down payment and $1.50 ea. wlb ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES 128 S. Main Headquarters for Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture Appliances —50 ROUND bales of grassy alfalfa Lewis Hull Quenemo. FOR SALE — Red Clover Seed. Preston Stockard, Princeton. FOR SALE — Seed Oats, sacked, clean, state tested. — Preston Stockard, Princeton, Kansas. RECLEANED Lespedesa seed. 13 cents Ib. John Laws, Williamsburg. Lawn, Garden Equip. —15 we value YOUR OPINION Because personal opinions are of far greater importance than any printed word, we count the continuing recommendations by others as our most valued asset. USED GAMBLES Rotary Tiller. Used 30 days. $1.50 per week.— Firestone Stores. Instruction —18 MOTEL MANAGERS NEEDED Men, women, couples needed; over 25. High School education not necessary. Short inexpensive course at home followed by two weeks of practical training in a modern motel. For interview, write giving address, occupation, phone number to American Motels, Inc., Ill No. 7th St., P. 0. Box 160, Las Vegas, Nevada, Dept. G. FOR SALE — Baled prairie and brome hay. — 0. 0. Heidner, CH 2-3694. Male Help Wanted — SALE DATES Harold Stewart tt Charles Beatty Harold - CH 2-4836 Charles - Lyndon. Kansas March 23 — Emma Atkinson, 1 p.m. household goods. 1 block south, 1 block West, City Hall Williamsburg, Kas. March 25 — Night Consignment Horae Sale Lawrence Livestock Sale Co., East llth St. Lawrence, Kas. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard-46. Ottawa RFD 4 Pranklln Count* Sale Compan? ffiverv 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 tt 2 lots. 749 Tremont St., Ottawa, Kas. 1 p.m. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale, Ovtrbrook Kansas •»«rj Wednesday Kvery ffrtday - ,*"«> Ccuntj U»» April 4 — Oakland School House ft Contents, 9 miles northwest of Ottawa. Print) and SOD Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 March 27 — Perry Welen, 2 miles North It IVi West of Ottawa, Kas. March 30 — Real Estate Auction, 216 acres. W. W. Goodwin Esta.m. 2 acres. W. W. Goodwin Estate, 2 p.m. Edna, Kas. 16 miles East Cof fey vine on 166 highway. April 13 — Storage Auction—furniture and Antiques — Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 101 N. Main, Ottawa. 13:00 Noon. :otnmumtj aucttoo every nuao»> night 1 p.«., 11* M. IU1B. eomBuUtjr. MiB_. •vwy NIGHT Elevator operator and porter, North American Hotel. WANTED - Men to work in Nursery. Appy in person to Glenn Miller at 5th and Cherry after 5 p.m. at Willis Nursery. Men and Women Wanted —23 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 Grovers Realty Co., 109 E. 19th St. Lawrence, Kas. VI 3-3636. Female Help Wanted —24 WANTED — Babysitter in my home. Hours to be arranged. 129 S. Locust. Downstairs. WOMAN or girl for work 11:00 to 7:00 R & H Drive-In. Apply in person. FARMERS Do You Want To Know WHICH CHEMICAL Atrazine 80-W — Atrazine 20-G — Randox Liquid — Randox Granular — Randox-T LV-69 2, 4-D—Weed Beads—Alanap 3 — Alanap 10% — Amiben — Eptam Liquid — Eptam 5-G — Lorox IS THE BEST to use on your CORN - SOYBEANS What's The Cost Per Acre? Which Chemical is Best for Insect Control Cost Per Acre? If You Want To Know Be Sure To Attend Free Meeting Conducted By Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co. 7:30 P.M. Wed. Mar. 27 FREE REFRESHMENTS Bring Your Questions and Neighbors Ottawa Trac. & Imp. CH 2-4400 119 E. 2nd Clothing — Furs —39 WANTED - Baby Sitter - 2 Children 3 and 4 — 8:30 to 5:00 Mon. thru Fri. Call Ch 23000 or after 5:00 CH 2-4280. General Services —29 WANTED IRONINGS - Mrs. Nellie Beal - CH 2-4261. CRANE PLUMBING Fixtures Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. WANTED BABYSITTING in my home. References. CH 2-2847. GARDENS Plowed, Phone CH 22279. CEMENT, Carpenter work — Reasonable prices. CH 2-2633. FOR SALE - Suit, nicely lined Maroon color. Size 18^ ant Dress, size 20. Brown linen, al so coat is dark red. Nicely lined. CH 2-2234. Misc. For Sale —40 BOYS SPORT coats, car coat Sizes 14-16. CH 2-4230. USED CLOTHING - Rummage Prices — 1207 N. Hickory. CLEAN Church Pews for Sale David Rayl, Rantoul. FOR SALE - Baby bed and nur sery chair. CH 2-3811. FOR SALE - Used T.V. Philco 21" Fair condition. $15,00. CH 2-2265. Good Used Frigidaire Automatic WASHER Guaranteed $78.00 $5.00 each month MALOTT HDWE. 13 CU. FT. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CHEST FREEZER A Real Buy — Unit in this Box used just 27 months—Good finish — Sealed unit — Guaranteed by us — was $99.95 — Now Gambles, 128 S. Main Headquarters f5r Motorola TV & Stereo and Kroehler Furniture During Our . . . REMOVAL SALE We Have Accumulated Many Almost New Washers and Dryers NO Room-Selling at Sacrificing Prices NO Down Payments — Only $1.25 ea. wk. Here are Only a few . . . SPEED QUEEN Matching Washer and Dryer WEST?NGHOUSE Laundry Mat Washer and Dryer GENERAL ELECTRIC Filter-Flo See all these and many more at Douglas Bros. FURNITURE & APPLIANCE 1st and Main CH 2-2101 Home Furnishings —47 — comfortable comfort daj construction Headquarter Motorola TV & Si Kroehler Furniture

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