The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 8, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, April 8, 1963
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./U M'S Nicklaus Subtracts TH T7V Wrt • O99 1 wo I 1 rom big o By MERCER BAILEY AUGUSTA, Gt. (AP) - Young Jack Nicklaus, • sandy-haired money maker with golf clubs as his tools, seems intent on reducing the game's "Big Three" to the "Big One." .With his victory in the 27th Masters tournament Sunday, this powerful 23-year-old sophomore professional continued to dominate other members of golfs ruling trio —Arnold Palmer and Gary Player—as he has done in most of their major meetings, starting with the U.S. Open last year. In that Open, he beat Palmer in a playoff for the title, later whipped both Palmer and Player in the inaugural "World Series of Golf," where the trio met head- to-head in a 36-hole match, and now has taken a Masters crown from the two former Masters champions. Shouldering aside ever-increasing pressure as first one, then another competitor made a bid and fell back in the final round of the Masters, Nicklaus showed the determination it takes to make a great champion. After bogies on Nos. 8 and 12 knocked him out of the lead, he rallied with a pair of birdies and sank a clutch three-foot putt on the 18th to win by one shot from Tony Lema and beat Julius Boros and faltering Sam Snead by two strokes. Lema closed with a 2-under par 70 for 287. Boros, playing with Nicklaus, also had a 72 for 288 and Snead fired a 71 for 288. But when it was all over it was Nicklaus' show and the Columbus, Ohio, comet became the youngest man ever to win the Masters. Palmer, the defending champion, started rallies in both the third and fourth rounds, but never was able to get one of his amazing comeback drives really rolling. He closed with a 71 for 291 and a tie with Don January for ninth place. Player, who twice during the final round was tied with Snead and Nicklaus for top spot, finished bogey-bogey for a 70 and 289, putting him in a tie for fifth with Ed Furgol and Dow Finsterwald. Nicklaus picked up $20,000 for his victory and that put him on top of the PGA money winning list at $36,715. • •• • • • - •* , * * * AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - Final scores and money winners of the Masters Golf Tournament over the par 72 Augusta National course: Jack Nicklaus, $20,000 74-66-74-72—286 Tony Lema, $12,000 74-69-74-70-287 Julius Boros, $7,000 76-69-71-72-288 Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4. Ottawa Ph Centropolis 6 JACK NICKLAUS Sam Snead, $7,000 70-73-74-71-288 Gary Player, $4,000 71-74-74-70-289 Ed Furgo,, $4,000 70-71-74-74-289 Dow Finsterwald, $4,000 74-73-73-69—289 Bo Wininger, $2,400 69-72-77-72—290 Don January, $1,800 73-75-72-71—291 Arnold Palmer, $1,800 74-73-73-71-291 THE OTTAWA HERALD "~" Monday, April 8, 1963 Would Hunt Turkey 5 Deer In Kansas FORT SCOTT, Kan. (AP)-The Kansas Association of Wildlife wants hunting seasons set up for deer, antelope and wild turkey in the state. Other resolutions adopted by the group Sunday at the close of its three-day 13th annual convention urged: Requiring safety tests on initial applications for hunting licenses; instructions for fanners in trapping predatory animals, and establishment of Ft. Larned as an historical site. Officers elected included Harold Hunger, Manhattan, vice president; Arthur Hanson, Bonner Springs, secretary-treasurer; and these directors: Hanson, Robert Dearing, Salina; William Livingston, Edna; Gil Myers, Dodge City A. S. Maike, Alma; Bob Williams, Larned and Mrs. Ralph White, Junction City. Frank L. Enloe of Bonner Springs is serving his second year of a two-year term as president. Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Speara [PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK! TIME 1 .**. •• •• I I •' * 1 " !!•**• K ~ 5 •-• v. : TEMPERATURE A Banker Speaks Of The Past -- (This is the second in a series of articles written by the chairman of the board of the Peoples National Bank who has been in the banking business here 59 years.) By W. B. De Vilbiss At the time I became associated with the Peoples National Bank as a bookkeeper, there were four officers. J. P. Harris, father of Fred and Ralph, was president. Peter Shiras was vice president and his son, Fred Shiras, father of Mrs. Margaret Hudelson, a present director, was assistant cashier. The man who .hired me, W. B. Kiler, was cashier. With no paving and dirt streets, we either walked to work or drove and tied our horses to the hitching post or the telephone or lamp posts by the side of the bank. If you wanted to take a drive in the country, or to a nearby town, there was one public means of transporation, a livery stable team. Second street had several libery stables, one on the site of the present post office. Even though he owned a livery stable, the president, Mr. Harris, walked to work. He lived only a few blocks away, on the southwest corner of 4th and Locust. Incidentally, Mr. Harris' livery stable was on South Main. It was called "Hotel-De- Hoss." The Bodly Hack Service operated what was known as a taxi. On the location of Moore Chevrolet was a drive-in feed yard where farmers could park their teams at a cost of 10 cents a day. Shortly after I went to work in the bank, the city fathers decided to pave Main street. A. L. Cook was the contractor. He started at 5th and Main and worked north to 1st street. In the process he uncovered and removed a number of ties buried in the middle of Main. These were used when Ottawa had a horse-drawn street car. Mr. Cook also covered over cisterns at 2nd and 3rd Street intersections. These cisterns had been used in case of fire. Advent of the motor car forced this paving. As I recall before rjaving started, the city urged the merchants to remove the hitching racks in front of their places of business. This caused quite a commotion. Many of the merchants claimed to remove the hitching racks would be bad for business. But down they came anyway. The dispute over hitching racks and the effect on business reminds me somewhat of the dispute which occurred when parking meters were installed. They were opposed for the same reasons. But we appear to have survived and prospered in spite of the removal of hitching racks and installation of the parking meters. Seldom in the earlier days did we make loans on horses and buggies. When motor cars became popular there was a feeling they were going to rum the country, that they might have an unfavorable effect on the country's economy. At our last accounting, the Peoples National Bank had more than $345,000 in loans on motor can. Meet Your Friends at "The Friendly Bank" MEMBER F.D.I.C. National Up To 36 Mos. To Pay OF TRADE-INS Over 400 Furniture and Appliance Trade - ins Reduced in Price Now! For Immediate Sale -• We Need Room For New Spring Merchandise Arriving Daily TV Sets All Brands, All Styles and all No Monty Down 33 Sets reduced. Examples: 1. Like New 21" Low-Boy Console T.V. - Coronado "100" Series -- Front tuning -- Power Chassis -- No printed circuit -- In use only 18 mos. - Guaranteed -Sold new 229.95 - Clearance price 99.00. 2. Extra Nice 23" Coronado Console lette T.V. 1962 Model - Aluminized picture tube — Custom deluxe Series — Sharp, detailed picture - leatherette Cabinet -- Price includes Sassy brass T.V. Stand - Guaranteed. Buy now only 119.00. 3. Wow! 24" G-E Console T.V. -Power Tuning with remote control -- attractive mahogany hardwood cabinet -Standard Chassis - Ultra - Vision model - Guaranteed - A Steal at only 89.95. 4. 21" Coronado Custom deluxe T.V. — Mahogany cabinet ~ Safety glass ~ Aluminized picture tube -- Good picture performance -- Guaranteed -- Reduced to only 69.95. 5. 19" Motorola portable T.V. -1961 slim line model -- Top tuning « Custom Series -- Picture Power plus -• Well worth 89.95 - Discount price 59.95. 6. 19" Zenith portable TV set 1962 Model with power transformer and all hand wired chassis — Perfect picture - 30 day guarantee '/2 new price only 99.50 or pay 1.50 each week. 7. RCA 21" Console TV -- Nice Cabinet -- Good picture - Reduced to only 25.00 or pay 1.25 ea. week. Refrigerators 37 to chooses from. All brands, all sizes. Examples: 8. Crosley Shelvador Refrigerator -Has 5 door Racks -- 2 Crispers -- Works perfect - Was 29.95 -- Now Only 9.95. 9. M-W 9 cu. ft. Refrigerator -Works Perfect « Nice finish -- Guaranteed « Was 29.95 - Now Only 19.95. 10. Frigidaire 8 cu. ft. refrigerator with cross top freezer -- Nice finish « Good door gaskets - Guaranteed and only 29.95. I I. Coronado 13 cu. ft. 2 door combination refrigerator-freezer -- 1963 Model - Used less than 6 mos. - Will transfer balance of 5 year warranty -- Has 105 Ib. true zero freezer plus large 10 cu. ft. Frost Free refrigerator section - Many deluxe features. Sold new for 299.95 -Buy now like new for 196.00 or pay 2.50 ea. week. Freezers 9 Guaranteed models to choose from. All sizes. Examples: 12. We have 3 -- 19 to 21 cu. ft. chest type freezers that have 2 doors -All have fibreglass insulation and Tecumseh Sealed units -- Copper tubing -- and 30 day guarantees - Priced at 79.95 — •- 88.88 and 99.50 -- Buy any one of these boxes and receive as an added bonus 100 freezer boxes absolutely free! 13. GE 15 cu. ft. Upright style freezer used only 2 years -- has door racks - basket --magnetic lock -- Sold for 350.00 new - Buy it now just like new for only 149.95 or pay 2.00 ea. week. Ranges Good selection of both gas and electric models. Examples: 14. 36" Philco Electric Range -Quick Set Timer - Custom Back panel --Small appliance outlet - 5 heat burners - 30" oven -- Jiffy griddle -- Guaranteed -Just 49.95. 15. 40" Magic Chef gas Range Standard oven - Broiler - Deluxe Back Panel ~ Heavy duty cabinet - Priced to sell 39.95. Washers and Dryers Examples: 16. G-E Electric Cothes Dryer Selective Drying time - All fabric Safety-dry -- A Real wife-Saver -Guaranteed - Was 89.95 Reduced to 68.88. 17. Westinghouse Wash - N - Dry Laundromat Automatic Washer and Dryer -- hundreds in commercial use This combination only 49.95 and guaranteed Too! 18. Coronado Semi - Automatic Washer - 10 Ib. Wash load » Has timer -pump -- Seaed transmission — Lovell Wringer head guaranteed - Now Only 44.50. Lawn Mowers Good selection of both push and rider power mowers. Examples: 19. 24" Rotary Mower -- Used 2 seasons -- 3 H.P. Briggs 4 Cycle Engine -- Works Perfect -- Guaranteed 1-3 new price -- only 24.95 or 1.25 ea. week. 20. 24" Rider Mower - 1962 Model with 3 HP Clinton Motor -- Guaranteed -Wry walk when you can ride for only 69.95 or 1.25 ea. week. 21. 24" Riding Lawn Mower - 1961 Model has heavy duty transmission -air tires on rear -- clutch on Blade •- 3'/2 H.P. Clinton cast iron Engine — Guaranteed -- less than '/2 new price only 99.50 or pay 1.50 ea. week. Garden Tillers 22. Garden Tiller - 1962 Model with Briggs 3 hp 4 Cycle Motor and large Bolo knife type tines - Looks like new -works like new -- 40.00 less than new price only 88.88 or pay 1.50 ea. week. 23. Garden tiller - 1961 Model with New Clinton 3 HP 4 cycle motor -- Bolo Knife type tines -- Only 69.95 or pay 1.25 ea. week. Furniture Over 100 furniture trade-ins Reduced for clearance now. Examples: 24. 7 piece Bedroom group — offer includes matching 3 piece walnut Bedroom Suite, handsome 4 drawer chest, roomy 4 drawer vanity with premium quality plate glass mirror, panel bed Inner spring mattress & Box Springs, pair of new Bed pillows - 7 pieces 88.88. ,- r '-' I £&£

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