The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 1, 1963 · Page 8
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 8

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, April 1, 1963
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'^V^vw^ • THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 1, 1961 New Anchor Savings V. ' , - ' ^^ WORKING OUTSIDE — New Anchor Savings Association building in 400 block on South Hickory will be completed in a couple of months. Plans are being made to transfer business from present location, 235 S. Main. (Herald Photo) WORKING INSIDE — Henry Penner, Olatbe, representative of Schuske Construction, Mis- mm, drives nail in wall of New Anchor Savings Association building. Schuske firm is general contractor for building. (Herald Photo) Leaves $1 Million To Alma Mater FAYETTE, Mo. (AP)—The late Sam Stedman gave $1 million to Central Methodist College to show us gratitude for help he got at the school during the depression. Born as Sam Silverman, son of a Sedalia storekeeper, he changed his name to Stedman, went to New York and made a fortune on Wall Street. Stedman died of stomach cancer Sept. 2, 1961, at the age of 44. He had arranged for his gift to be anonymous, but the college president, said Stedman's widow had agreed to the disclosure. A four-story science building is being erected, and it will be dedicated next fall as the Stedman Hall of Science. The grand opening of the new Anchor Savings Association building, 421 S. Hickory, is tenta tively scheduled sometime in June, Lee A. Casida, 321 W. 4th, assistant vice president and general manager of the Ottawa of fice said. Construction of the building began last October after the savings firm awarded the genera] contract to the Schuske Construe tion Company, Mission. The building will be one-story with a full basement 12 feet deep, The walls will be glass except for those around a vault, a fireplace and restrooms. The building will have 28,000 square feet of floor space am will be air conditioned. Carey's Plumbing and Heating Company, 220 S. Hickory, am Muggins Electrical Service, 161' S. Main, are local subcontractors Johnson Steel, Olathe also is subcontracting firm. The work on the structure has progressed well, according to Casida. Presently work is being done on the inside and outside During the cold months a heavy protection of plastic was placet around the frame of the build ing to make the interior suitable for work. Henry Penner, a representative of the general contractor, sak the building should be complet in a couple of months. The present Anchor office i located at 235 S. Main. The firm has offices at Kansas City, Kas., Lawrence, Mission, Leawood, Overland Park, Olathe and Ottawa. Harry T. West, Kansas City, is president of the association. British Patrol . f ' • ! In Caribbean LONDON (AP)-A British navy frigate, with 30 marines aboard, slipped out of Bermuda over the weekend on a Caribbean patrol to seep a lookout against anti-Castro raids on Cuba, sources in London said Sunday. Hie 2,150-ton Londonderry was sent on the mission at the request of the United States, informants said. AT 65 PEOPLE DIVIDE into two classes — Lend* ere and Borrowers. Which, claw Will you be? ,,/ 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. I PLEDGE * A fair and impartial consideration of all problems that arise in the school district. * A responsiveness to the interests of all district patrons. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated. MRS. ELIZABETH SPENCER For Member Board of Education Pol. Adv. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile* Sea Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 , \ ft J. R. (Duke) CHENEY Candidate for Commissioner of Finance (For The City of Ottawa) Vote for the Candidate who is both Qualified and Experienced: • Law Degree from the Washburn University. • Veteran of World War II. • Former Mayor of the City of Ottawa. • Former Member of the Kansas State Highway Commission. • Grocery Business in Ottawa for 30 years. HELP YOURSELF TO A BETTER FUTURE IN OH AW A... Elect a Commissioner with Experience & Background Your Vote and Support Appreciated! For a ride to the polls call CH 2-2838 or CH 24968 (Pol Adv.T Mf °W storting home ""Provements To be sure vou'n „ *. make Your «£? fl get ** a t =-»r^» D --.^, Je exactly «*„? ^ Jowcost a «*<* to ti Im P 1>KN,JB ?-;A^i?>> VA> -- ^=~ssr*«;:-v-v. The best place to save . . . The best place to borrow. Your SAVINGS INSURED up to $10,000 by the (FSLIC) Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation •••^HSggg^BiiSSjSiiiW* 11 ™"" OTTAWA SAYINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION 109 East 2nd Street Dial CH 2.2804 Your Hometown Savings Center Conveniently located in Downtown Ottawa Liberal Dividends Every Year Since 1889 F. R. Bennett Wm. W. Wallace DIRECTORS Milo M. Hewitt Dean Berlin H, J, Helming

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