The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 11, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1963
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<»V']*IWi»Bi»(H^ ( «^,^^ Sam's Sharp Eye Helps Celtics Win BOSTON (AP)-Shprtly before noon on Wednesday a lonely-looking figure was practicing on the Boston Garden basketball court. First he'd shoot a basket from 25 feet, then he'd walk to the other side, shoot again, then to another •pot and shoot again. Ten or 15 minutes later Sam Jones of the Boston Celtics, satisfied he had sharpened up his shooting eye, walked off the floor. Some 10 hours later when Sam Jones next walked off .the Boston Garden floor, a crow of 13,909 howling, delirious Boston fans also was sure his eye was sharp. For Jones had left behind him a prodigious 47 points — second highest output by a Boston player in Celtics history. More important those 47 points paced .the Celtics to a 142-131 victory over the Cincinnati Royals and gave Boston the National Basketball Association's Eastern Division final playoffs, four games to three. Boston's next foe as it hopes for a fifth straight world championship will be the winner of the Los Angeles-St. Louis series. That seventh and deciding game is set for Los Angeles tonight. "Give the credit to Bob Cousy," grinned the 29-year-old Jones, a North Carolina college graduate. "Cooz kept working the ball in deep and I was able to come off him to score." Rifleman Weds LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actor Chuck Connors and actress Kamala Devi Arnesur were married Wednesday night, then left for a short honeymoon in Palm Springs. Connors, 41, is the star of television's "Rifleman" show. It was his second marriage, the first for Miss Amesur, 29. Free Tickets Down In Bunch SEDALIA, Mo. (AP)-A total of 225 of the baseball 1,000 tickets in balloons set free at Kansas City Municipal Stadium opening day have been found in the Sedalia area. All of the tickets are for next Sunday's game between the Kansas City Athletics and Minnesota Twins. Sheriff Emmett Fairfax is giving the tickets to players in the Connie Mack and Babe Ruth leagues in Sedalia. A total of 130 tickets were found Wednesday on a farm south east of Sedalia and 95 were located near the city Tuesday night. Wellsville Newt Farm Sold To Kansas City Man By BERNICE HOLDEN Tom Moore, Kansas City, has jurchased the Lewis Harra farm on K-68. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore, will be moving there in the future. The Ernest Moores are presently living on the Coffman place. Moore will continue Farming it in addition to the place they will move to. They have been living at their present location since 1950. The FFA invited members of the W. Club at Wellsville High to be its guests Monday night at a swimming party at the Baker University pool, Baldwin. Nineteen boys were accompanied by George Sherman, FFA advisor. Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Fleming entertained as dinner guests Saturday night Rev. and Mrs. Richard Green, Johannesburg, South Africa, and Rev. and Mrs. Homer Ganong and Larry. The Wellsville Schools yearbook staff has mailed final shipment of yearbook material to the publisher. Recent supper guests of the L. B. Schendels were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lee Jones and son, Scott Alan, Independence, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sieg and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Schendel. Jones is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, and his family was visiting them while on vacation. Choose Outstanding Farmers TULSA, Okla. (AP)- Farmers from Wyoming, Minnesota, North Carolina and Illinois were honored Tuesday night by the U. S. Junior Chamber of Commerce as "Outstanding Young Farmers" of 1982. They were chosen on the basis of progress in agricultural careers, extent of conservation practices, and significance of their civic contributions. The winners were: Robert L. Alcott, 35 who operates a 560-acre farm near Worland, Wyo. He started with 90 acres, and was a pioneer in the self-feeding of lambs. Wayne D. Brown, 35, Hastings, Minn.., who once rented the 200- acre farm he now owns. He raises dairy cattle, fruit and poultry. He markets apples under his own brand name. James T. Moss, 35, whose farm ing operation near Youngsville, N. C., was nearly wiped out by a hail storm—then four years of drought. He overcame the setback, and now raises registered herefords and his own brand of hybrid corn. Eldon C. Weber 32, Geneseo, HI., who raises Christmas trees on 80 of his 348 acres. The trees account for half of his farm's production. He also raises feeder cattle, hogs and corn. ram, but the proposal carried, 28-184. Democrats Cannon and Hull of tissouri joined GOP representa- ves Avery, Dole, Ellsworth, driver and Skubitz of Kansas, [all and Curtis of Missouri and elcher of Oklahoma in opposing e proposal. Democrats in favor were Albert, Edmondson, Steed and Wickerham of Oklahoma and Boiling, chord, Karsten, Randall and Sullivan, all of Missouri. The Herald pays 95 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. WATCH your dog GO for Protein-Rich Chelc* of B««f or Uvor Kansans Vote Against 'Works' WASHINGTON (AP) - All Republican Congressmen from Kan sas, Oklahoma and Missouri, plus two Missouri Democrats Wednes day voted against $450 million for an accelerated public works pro- Bring This Coupon SADIE'S CAFE formerly Joe's Cafe 112 N. Main Get FULL MEAL with coffee 69c Coupon Good ,Fri. & Sat.—April 12-13 Loan Fund Left By Ottawan A loan fund of approximately $1,200, given as a memorial to the late Judge Clarence A. Burney, Kansas City, Mo., has been established for University of Kan- DONT PUT UP WITH FUEL SWITCH TO ELECTRIC COOKING.' IF YOU'RE STILL COOKING WITH FUEL, you know how hard it is trying to keep your stove and kitchen clean. Flame cooking just naturally produces waste products of combustion — the to-remove carbon film that builds up on utensils and clogs burners and o that settles on curtains, walls other places In the kitchen. And there's very little you can do about it ... except to scrape and scrub, scour and clean, to re-decorate —and that costs money! MOWS A GOOD TIME TOJRADE ALL THIS for a better way to cook. Flameless Electric cooking makes housekeeping easier, saves time and work and worry. Pots ancTpans stay clean and bright . . . kitchen walls and curtains remain new-looking longer. Flameless Electric cooking. Is as safe and clean as Electric light . . . keeps kitchens cooler, too. And W* as modem as tomorrow. Best of all, the •wage famlSMDOolSr Electrically for less than $2 a monthi See your dealer now— stop up to modem living with cleaner cooking. UVEIETTER KANSAS CITY POWER I. LIGHT COMPANY Public Auction I will sell the following described real estate and furniture at public auction located at 603 N. Hickory St., Ottawa, Kansas on Saturday, April 13,1963 STARTING AT 1 P.M. 5 room modern house, enclosed front and back porch, garage, 3 corner lots, close to school, churches, and stores. FURNITURE: 30" gas range, like new; Westinghouse refrigerator; Speed Queen washer, 2 tubs; 5 piece chrome dinette set; kitchen cabinet; utility cabinet; Duncan Phife dining table and 4 chairs; buffett; divan; 2 platform rockers; coffee table; 2 twin beds complete with box springs and mattresses; full size bed complete; chest of drawers; dresser; baby bed; gas heater; Remington cash register, used 3 months; power lawn mower; Garden tools and other articles. MRS. ETHEL BREWER OWNER TERMS: Cash on Furniture. Not Responsible for Accidents. Aucts. Ben Printy & Son. Clerk Jean Printy sas law students through 1 • fee- quest from the estate of Judge Burney's sister, the late Mrs. Nettic Burney Gibson, Ottawa. Judge Burney was an 1897 KU law school graduate and a well known football player in his un- dergraduate college career. He served Kansas City area citizens as prosecuting attorney of Jackson County, judge of the North Side Court, assistant city counselor and judge of the Jackson County Circuit Court. He died in THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 11, 1861 1933 shortly after position as justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Mis* 4 soun. Another "extra" with our . . . PROFESSIONAL SANITONE DRYCLEANING anteed PROOFING! FREE! I FREE! All Garments Sent To Us For Drycleaning, will be Mothproofed FREE and Returned Sanitone Clean. Get This Complete, Professional, Service Today ... af BOND'S '• CLEANERS 125 S. Main --CH 2-1810 ,1 New! LIQUIDATION ONLY SELF SERVICE S HOE STORE FORMERLY: Queen's Self Service Shoe Store New! III a Men's Work Beets $5.99 Leather Insulated BOOTS $6.83 ill Ladies 1 HEELS $293 Values to $10.99 Women's FLATS $*|95 ill i Low LOW Low We Have Added oi from RECENT PURCHASES V-•>••£ mm as Girls' _$195 each I STRINGS 5e i|Littfe Boys' and j SHOES . . . 81 Shoe SAYINGS Rubber Insulated Boots it SHOE POLISH lOc If I m Box or Can 35c Values to $10.95 MEN'S Steel Toe Boots m Values to $10.95 LIQUIDATION ONLY • TREATS FOR THE CHILDREN ALL SALES FINAL SELF SERVICE SHOE STORE Formerly — Queen's Self Service Shoes — 123 So. Main -

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