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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, April 13, 1963 Briefs Mrs. Patricia Hays has been sentenced to three 28-day terms in the Franklin County jail Each 28-day term was handed down in justice of the peace court on a no-account check issued by Mrs. Hayes. The checks were given to the Economy Service Station, Litwins and the OK Bargain Store. The terms will run consecutively. HAM-BEAN SUPPER, Richmond Methodist Community Church Tues. April 16th. 5:30 to 8:30, Adults $1.00-Children, 50c. Adv. Harry Tucker, RFD 1, Williamsburg, was released Friday from K.U. Medical Center where he spent a week for observation. It is announced that friends of Joe Button may make memorial contributions to Crestview nursing home in lieu of floral tributes if they wish. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Ottawans have been notified of the death last night of Miss Harriet Parsons, about 76, at Columbia, Mo. Graveside services will be held in Highland Cemetery Monday at 11 a.m. Miss Parsons moved to Columbia about 2 l /2 years ago from Ottawa. Easter at the Coffee Shop: Turkey, Leg of Lamb, Baked Ham, Prime Rib of Beef, Baked Halibut, Fried Chicken. Smorgasbord or to order. Adv. John Ott, 721 E. 10th, has been cited by the police for running a red traffic signal. Funerals MRS. CLARA MOLKER Services for Mrs. Clara Mohler, who died April 8, were at Dengel & Son Mortuary April 12. Rev. Robert Carver officiated. Pallbearers were Russell Dyer, Elmer Brown, Don Woodsum, Charles Carter, Ernest Johnson and Theordore Nelson. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. JAMES GRAY Services for James Gray, who died April 8, were at Dengel & Son Mortary April 11. Rev. William Weber officiated. Pallbearers were Roy Bones, E. V Lash, Orb Morrison, Randolph Bundy, Clifford Kaeckell ant Floyd Hamner. Mrs. D. D. Driscoll sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. R. L. Stevens.- Burial was in Peoria Cemetery. MRS. SCOTTIE BINGAMAN Services for Mrs. Scottie Bing aman, who died April 8, were at the Dengel & Son Mortuary April 11. Rev. Charles P. Knight officiated. Pallbearers were E V. Lash, E. G. Stith, J. L. Rokes Clarence Day, T. R. Johnson and Franklin Baker. Dean Zook sang hymns accompanied by Mrs R. L. Stevens. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. What-So-Ever Sunday School class, Roya Neighbors of America, Army Mothers and Senior Club members attended in groups. RICHARD I RAKES Services for Richard Frakes who died April 10, were held al Towner's Chapel April 12. Rev. Delbert Honn officiated. Pallbearers were Joe Ferns, Earl Powers, Eldon Henley, Leland Logan, Clarence Davis and Clarence Fowler. C. J. Milton sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Kilgore. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Local Markets Soybeans $2.41 Wheat 2.13 Ear corn 1.0J Shelled corn 1.14 Milo 1-78 Barley 1.10 Oats 81 Rye 1.00 Butterfat 47, .42 Eggs 18c, 23c, 25c Grade Eggs 20, ,24, 27 KC Markets KANSAS CITY (AP) — Cattle: Compared with last week's close; slaughter steers to 25 lower; heifers steady to weak; vealers to 1.00 lower; good to prime steers 19.50-24.00; good to choice heifers 21.00-23.50; good and choice calves 20.00 - 24.00; good and choice vealers 24.00 - 31.00; good to fancy feeders 21.00-34.40. Sheep: Slaughter lambs to 25 lower; ewes and feeder lambs little changed; good to prime lamb* 17.50-20.50; cull to good ewes 5.1X) - T.50; good to choice feeder lambs 14.50-16.00. Hogs: Barrows and gilts 25-75 higher; HOWE steady; barrows and gilts, 1-3 176-260 Ib 13.50-14.75; •owe 1-3 300-400 Ib 12.50-75; 400-500 ' Ib 13.0WO; 3-3 600400 Ib 11.7ft- Old And New Trouble For Him Leonard Bonczkowski, Altoona, pleaded guilty to a charge of 'ailing to pay a boarding bill in ;he Franklin County District Court today after he was picked up by the police on charges of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs and reckless driving. Bonczkowski was arraigned before Judge Robert L. Pinet on the boarding bill charge after Joe Ferns, Franklin County sheriff, learned that he had been taken into custody by the police. Ferns served the Altoona man with a warrant that dated back to 1960, when Bonczkowski left without paying the bill. He was fined $50 and court costs that included the back payment on the bill of 816.76. Bonczkowski will be arraigned in police court on the other charges. Deaths JOHN T. PUCKETT John T. Puckett, 81, retired barber, died at his home in Pomona today at 2:45 a.m. He had been in failing health about three years. He was the last of a family of 11 children. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Pomona M e thodist Church. Rev. R. A. Trowbridge will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona. Mr. Puckett was born Oct. 23, 1881, at McKinney, Tex., and had lived in Pomona since 1903. He was a member of Pomona Methodist Church and of Pomona Masonic lodge. He married Ella May Owen, Dec. 20, 1906, in Ottawa. Surviving are the widow; one brother, L. Alfred Puckett, Norman, Okla., and several nieces and nephews. Honor For Area FFA Members Among 126 Kansas Future Farmers of America members who have been recommended to receive the State Farmer degree at the 35th Kansas FFA meetings, at Kansas State University, Manhattan, April 29 and 30, are the following from this area: Marvin Anderegg, Garnett; Marvin Creager and John Woodburn, LaCygne; Charles Yockey, Lyndon; Duane Bailey, Osage City; Roy Dunn, Ottawa; John Gerken and Kenneth Sinclair, Paola; and Douglas Higbie, Wellsville. Cite Driver In Accident A car driven by Alvin Ellis, 827 Burrough, was demolished yesterday about three miles East of Ottawa on East Seventh when a front wheel of the car apparently locked as the driver was turning on a curve, throwing the car in a ditch and rolling it over. Ellis was not injured, according to Jim Richardson, Franklin County deputy sheriff; Richardson cited Ellis for driving the car without current registration. Cars Collide Cars driven by Mrs. Juanita L. Howe, 402 S. Poplar, and Mrs. Felicia D. Brady, RFD 2, Wellsville, collided about 1 yesterday afternoon in the 200 block on South Main. Mrs. Howe was backing from the curb and Mrs. Brady was going south on Main prior to the accident. There was no apparent damage to Mrs. Howe's car. Damage to the other auto was estimated at $25. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a.m. Saturday—1 For April—17 For 1963—110 Comparable 1962 period—128 Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert* Lamb Funeral Home A Devilish Voyage With 2 Murdered KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) - A wide search for a bedeviled Georgia boy and two Key West fishermen ended when the Coast Guard Found tlie blood-stained lad alone on the fishermen's boat, out of fuel close to Cuba. "I murdered them and threw them overboard," Coast Guard- men said Roger Foster, 17, told them Friday night on the 32-foot cabin cruiser of Douglas Trevor, 47, and his son, Edward, 22. The 95-foot patrol vessel's crew gave Foster first aid, put him under guard and towed the boat— Wood-splotched also, they said— toward Key West. Waiting there were Monroe County's sheriff and grief-stricken friends and kin of the Trevors. Waiting also—and not informed at once of what had happened—was Dr. H. A. Foster of Griffin, Ga., who flew here when the search for his son began. A suicide note found in Roger's blood-spattered Key West motel room had said, "I think I am in- j sane." It urged authorities, "Do not publicize my death. Be careful when you tell my father because he has a bad heart." A Key West naval physician, Lt. Terrell Tanner, refused to tell newsmen where his friend, Dr. Foster, was spending Friday night. "I intend to break the news to him Saturday," Tanner said. 'I think it would be better for him to have what rest he can get before he hears what the Coast Guard found." A picture of mental turmoil over American Naziism, the Communist party and Cuba's dictator Fidel Castro began shaping up from information police gathered about Roger Foster. He was described by his mother in Griffin as "a brilliant boy (who) seemed to have strange ideas" that prompted his parents to have him interviewed by a psychologist. "Maybe he was trying to get to Cuba and go after Castro on his own," Mrs. Foster said. "Roger tried to start an anti-Communist club at Griffin High School." Roger's mother said distress over a knee injury that prevented his competing in school athletics may have led him to disappear Monday without leaving any word. At Key West, Roger evidently arranged passage on the Trevor's boat Dream Girl. Shortly after noon Thursday the Trevors departed. Another fisherman said he saw the Dream Girl, capable of 20- knot speed, streaking away from the Key West area about 6 p.m. —the time Trevor said he would be home. A search was then begun. A Coast Guard plane spotted the Dream Girl Friday night, out of fuel and adrift in the Nicholas Channel only 20 miles north of Cuba's northern coast. The patrol boat was dispatched from Key West and made the pickup. War And Assassinations Plague Plaine Des Jares VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — An International Control Commission team of observers flew on a peacemaking mission to the Plaine des Jares region today amid fresh reports of fighting in that critical area and a new assassination in Vientiane. The latest victim of an assassin's bullet was police Col. Khanti Five Dead In Train, Auto Crash LEBANON, Mo. (AP) — Five persons lost their lives early today when a Frisco freight train hit their station wagon at an intersection in the city. The only survivor was a woman, reported in a fair condition at a hospital in Springfield. Lebanon police said the victims carried papers identifying them as: Thomas Floyd Barr, 22, St. Louis. His infant daughter, with a birth date of Feb. 28, 1963. Olin Zane Long, Oklahoma City. John B. Neely, 33, St. Louis. Billy Thornton Fitzgarrald, 29, Tulsa. The injured woman was iden- tiied as Wanda June Barr, 20, wife of Barr, who was the driver of the 1956 Ford station wagon. Barr, his wife and daughter were in the front seat of the vehicle, which police said was carried about 50 steps down the tracks. Long, Neely and Fitzjarrald were passengers in the rear seat. Long was thrown from the machine and was found about 200 feet from it. Lebanon police said they had been informed Mrs. Long was a deaf mute and that several others in the car may have been similarly afflicted. The accident took place about 1:25 a.m. at a crossing marked only with crossing signs. Holding Up The Works WICHITA, Kan. (AP)-Two dollars are holding up $25,000 worth of work on a Wichita street intersections. City officials have failed twioe in an effort to negotiate with the W. B, Carter Construction Co., to reduce its low bid of $25,267 by $2 to bring it within the engineer's estimate of the work. If the difference is not settled the contract will be reopened for new bids. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Open Evenings and Sunday Afternoons STEWART MEMORIALS Across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 Siphanthong, described as a left- leaning neutralist in Laos' confused political picture. Police said Khanti was killed by a single pistol shot Friday night while lying in bed at home reading with his back to the window. The bullet smashed into his head at close range. The motive of the killer—still at large — was not officially determined. But first reaction from most observers here was that the killing was linked with three other slayings in the past two months capped by the murder of leftist Foreign Minister Quinim Pholsena April 1. Diplomatic sources described Khanti as a political aide of Quin- im. One of his jobs reportedly was helping organize rebel cells with in the neutralist ranks. Assassinations have been the bloody byproduct of a feud between neutralist forces loyal to Prime Minister Souvanna Phouma and pro-Communist Pathet Lao troops. The feud has erupted into a series of armed clashes. Authoritative sources reported that a three-day lull in fighting, which flared March 31, was interrupted Friday by firing in the Phong Savan area. There were no details. Hospital Notes Admissions Chester Gates, Baldwin; Ty- Hogue, Pomona; Frances Deborah Hildebrandt, RFD 3, Friday. Charles E. Likes, RFD 1, Princeton; Jason Douglass, 1419 S. Hickory, Saturday. Dismissals Rose Bishop, 216 S. Cedar; William E. Gilliland, Williamsburg, Saturday. Try To Head Off Boeing Strike WASHINGTON (AP) - Another meeting was called for today in an effort to beat a midnight Monday strike deadline against the Boeing Co., makers of Minuteman missiles. "So far, no agreement is in sight," said Walter A. Maggiolo of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service after Friday's meetings with the company and the AFL-CIO machinists union. "We will work right down to the deadline Monday night if necessary," Maggiolo added. The machinists' contract with Boeing ran out Sept. 15, 1962. A Taft-Hartley law court injunction, which banned a strike for 80 days, expires Monday afternoon. John Sullivan, president of the union's local at Seattle, Wash- site of Boeing's biggest plant, said the machinists will strike at midnight unless it receives a new Boeing offer the union feels it can recommend to its members or the company agrees to binding arbitration on all issues. Roy Siemiller, union vice president and chairman of its aerospace - missile conference, said Boeing locals had been sent instructions calling for a strike at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday in each time zone. Dynamite In Cooler WICHITA (AP) - Fire Investigator Paul Beard said Friday night that an explosion which destroyed a cafe here last month was caused by dynamite placed inside a cooler in the kitchen. He said an arson investigation is under way. An explosion during a fire at Cullen's Grill the night of March 24 injured five firemen. Four were hospitalized. Damgae to the cafe may run as much as $35,000. Four adjacent businesses were damaged by smoke and water. Do You Need Any Insurance? ( ) Household Goods ( ) Auto Liability ( ) Fire on Dwellings ( ) Boat and Motor Insurance ( ) Motorcycle ( ) Under Age Drivers ( ) Over Age Drivers Check with SMITH Agency Insurance & Bonding 3rd & Main CH 2-1738 Get Money For Urban Planning WASHINGTON (AP) -. The K a n sas Industrial Development Commission is receiving government grants totaling $30,772 for urban planning assistance. Of that amount, $22,078 will go to assist eight towns in Doniphan County, Kan., Denton, Elwood Highland, Leona, Severance, Troy Wathena and White Cloud. The remaining $8,694 goes to Hays, Kan. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader BUTTON — Funeral Service for Joe Button will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2 p.m. Monday. Mr. Button will lie in state at the Chapel until the funeral hour for friends. Interment in Central Cemetery. PUCKETT - Funeral Service for John T. Puckett will be conducted from the Pomona Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 p. m. Interment in Woodlawn. Governor Will Be Busy Monday TOPEKA (AP)-Gov. John Anderson's office was closed today but when he returns Monday there will be a lot of bill signing to complete. On Friday Andreson signed 31 bills which the Legislature had passed in its closing days. Ninety eight more arrived at his office from the printers and must be signed by Tuesday. There are still many more to be enrolled, engrossed and printed. He should get them Monday and have until Wednesday to either sign or veto them. Technically the Legislature, which ended its work Thursday morning, will remain in session until Wednesday. That is to permit reconvening in case of emergency arising from any errors or vetos. The Legislature will meet formally Tuesday although only a handful of legislators will actually be in the chambers. One bill Anderson signed Friday will permit sale of the old governor's mansion a few blocks west of the statehouse. The Andersons were the last family to live in it. They moved out last year to Cedar Crest, the new official state residence, on the west side of the city. The old mansion must be ap praised and advertised for four weeks. It will then be sold at auction. WU-KSU Tie In Track Meet MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Wichita and Kansas State were even - up in a triangular golf match Friday. They tied each other and both beat Iowa State. Wichita tied K-State 7% to 7 J Kansas State defeated Iowa State 10'/ 2 to 4V£, and Wichita defeated the Cyclones 9-6. Legate (Legato (Wrst Published April 6; 1K3) (List Published April 20, 1963) NOTICE or MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION O.8. 19-1903 Notice is hereby given that the Boaro of County Commissioners of the County of Franklin, In the State of Kansas constituted as the County Board, of Equalisation, will meet at the Court House In the County Commissioners office, In said county and state, on the first Monday of May, May 6th, 1M3, and proceed to fairly and Impartially equalize the valuation of personal property of said county and such real property as has changed value by reason of revaluation or removal from or. construction of Improvements In said county. , At which meeting, or adjourned meet- Ing, if any, all persons feeling themselves aggrieved with assessments made and returned by the assessors can appear and have all errors In tbr return corrected. In accordance with Kansas General Statutes, Section 79-606 (1(59) all complaints must be filed on or before May 6th, 1963 in accordance with existing statutes. Bruce Spears County Clerk Dated April 4th, . 1963 (First Published April 13, 1963) (Last Published April 27, 1963) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In The Probate Court of said County and State In the Matter of the Estate of George A. Dunlap, Deceased No. 10-847 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 L. C. Qeiger, administrator of the estate of George A. Dunlap, deceased, praying for final settlement of said estate, approval of his accounts as administrator, allowances for his services, attorneys' fees and expenses, also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 6th day of May, 1963, at 10:00 o'clock, a.m. of said day, In said court, In the City of Ottawa, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. L. C. Gelger. Administrator, Petitioner. Anderson & Byrd Attorneys for Administrator. New Yorker Will Speak TOPEKA (AP) - Charles R. Slight Jr., New York City, vice chairman of the board of the National Association of Manufacturers, will speak at the annual Kansas State Chamber of Commerce April 22 in Kansas City, Kan., the state group announced today. Sen. Frank Carlson, R-Kan., and Rep. William H. Avery, R- Kan., are also scheduled as speakers. Twenty new directors will be elected and the board will then elect new officers. Ellis K. Cave, Dodge City, is president of the state chamber. (Published April 11. 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 1963) A RESOLUTION TO IMPROVE NORTH SYCAMORE STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OP GRANT STREET TO THE NORTH LINE OF DUNDEE STREET, PRODUCED, IN THE CITY OF OTTAWA, KANSAS WHEREAS, Sycamore Street from the South line of Grant Street to the North line of Dundee Street, produced, is in need of regrading, paving and improvement, the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas determines it necessary to regrade, pave and otherwise improve said street from the South Line of Grant Street to the North line of Dundee Street, produced; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: That it is necessary to regrade, pave and otherwise improve Sycamore Street from the South line of Grant Street to the North line of Dundee Street, produced. That such pavement be constructed of Portland cement concrete of an average thickness of 6Vi inches with a 3 inch granular sub-base and an overall width of 28 feet, and other facilities and accessories for proper drainage of said pavement; said facilities and accessories to include a storm sewer in accordance with 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 improvement necessary to be done and that special assessments be levied to pay for the same. The City proposes no apportionment of the costs between the Improvement District and the City at large, except that the City at large will pay for the Improvement of the Intersection and the storm sewer. THIS RESOLUTION is passed under the authority of the General Statutes of Kansas, 1949, Chapter 12, Article 6, which Article contains the general paving laws and related provisions. The foregoing Resolution was duly passed and adopted by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas this third day of April, 1963. Charles Williamson, Mayor ATTEST: Donald R. Capper City Clerk (First PubllsMd March 30, IMS) (Last Published April 13, 1963) In The Probate Court of Franklin County. Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Lucy Cora Hosklrison, Deceased Case No. 11-003 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT State of Kansas Franklin County ••: The State of Kansas to the Creditor!. Heirs, Devisees, Legatees, and til other persons concerned of the a«- cedant. t Notice is hereby given that «»e TO- derslgned was duly appointed and quail- fled as administrator of the above entitled estate on the 27th day of Marcn, 1963, and that letters of administration have been duly granted to him as sucn administrator; that all persons having demands against the said estate must exhibit them within nine months from the first publication of this notice, aa provided by taw; and that If their demands be not exhibited within such i time they 'shall be forever barred. I Paul Foster, Br., i Administrator 1 Donald L. White, Attorney for Administrator Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10% -PayCash 10 per cent Discount or, Local ads paid by 9 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 8c 3 insertions per word 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word We Cash minimum 48c Card oi Thanks 4c per word I 70c min Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices Rates Available set with emblem |1.00 2 insertions no change .. $150 Special Discount Contract Card of Thanks "I would like tc thank all my friends in Ottawa for the cards and letters sent me while I was a patient in the Hospital." Mrs. Myrtle Ashby. Lost and Found LOST — Red Tick Hound. CH 2-5478. LOST—Grain drill disc. Charles Brown, 1119 Centropolis. LOST — Glasses in tan case. Lyons on case. Aaronott, Gridley, Kansas. FOUND — Ladies wrist watch- Identify at Bennett's Retail Store. Legate MONTHLY REPORT City Clerk of Ottawa, Kaniat At Close of Business March 30, 1903 FOND BALANCE Airport $ 5,064.09 Flood Control Maint. Fd. ... 8,060.17 Bond Is Interest .. 71,968.59 Cemetery — Highland . ..- 1,642.99 Cem.—Hghlnd Per. Res. . 358.16 Cemetery — Highd., Walsh lot Per. Care 355.45 Cem.—Hope Per. Care .. .. 235.07 General Operation 90,015.43 Emp. Retirement 7,440.96 Spe. Lgt. (Whtwy) '. 4,840.95 Wtr. & Lgt. Dept. .'.' 226,956.43 Fire Equip. Fund 12,019.75 Const. Fund —145,450.10 Park. Mtr. Op. Fd Park. Mtr. Sink. Fd Park. Mtr. Res. Fd Park. Mtr. Rpr. & Dep. .. Social Security Fund . .. Utility & Com. Pro. Fd. . . Electric Const. Fd. 1,962.29 3,529.57 5,750.00 2,000.00 4,161.82 6,338.73 80,018.00 Sink Fd., Elec. Rev. .. ".'.'.'. IS, 1S3.SO Total Fund Balances . . .$406,051.85 RESERVE AND TRUST FUNDS: Cem.—Highd. Per. Res. .. .t 19/000.00 Cem.—Highd.. Walsh Lot Perpetual Care 2,000.00 Cem.—Hope,. Per. Care .. 8,500.00 Wtr & Lgt. Res 100,000.00 Park. Mtr. Res 8,500.0) Total Reserve Fund . .. $138,000.00 TOTAL ALL FUNDS $544,051.85 I hereby certify the above statement is correct. Donald R. Capper City Clerk. (First Published April 6, 1963) (Last Published April 20. 1963) NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SATISFY WAREHOUSE LIEN To Mrs. M. C. H. Eastman or whomever may be concerned: You are hereby notified that I, the undersigned, having a lien, under the statutes of the State of Kansas, upon the following described personal property, to-wit: 1. About 425 old books. 2. Antique Dishes. 3. Antique Picture Frames. 4. Antique Furniture. 5. Round Table. 6. Stool. 7. Buffet. 8. Rock Collection. at this time located in the Ottawa Transfer and Storage Company at 309 So. Walnut In Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, which lien is for storage; that the amount of my lien is the sum of 734.00 dollars. You are further notified that I will, on the 18th day of May, 1963, at the Ottawa Transfer and Storage Company warehouse, 309 S. Walnut, in Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas, at 1:00 o'clock p.m., of said day, proceed to sell the said above described property to satisfy my lien, and the charges for keeping and taking care of the same, necessarily incurred, and the cost of sale. This said sale to be at public auction for cash. WITNESS MY HAND, this 4th day of April, 1963. Ottawa Transfer and Storage Company By Carl Beaton, Owner birth of >°P e The peace we desire for nations ... and seek at the council table . . . comes from within the hearts of people . . . and again at Easter Time raises our hopes for a better world. LOST — Coat at Laundry-Mat, south end. Reward CH 2-2943 or CH 2-3596. Notices •—9 Retta Conclave No 8 Order of iVue Kindred Official visit of W.G.C. Initiation — Social Hour. Clara Finch—W.C. Marie Raffelock—Secy. Lawn, Garden Equip. —15 USED 21" 4-cycIe, 3 horsepower, Engine Rotary Mower, $3.00 down $1.50 ea. wk. Firestone Stores, 127 S Main. Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 WE ARE not operating, have NOTHING for Sale. Church Fruit Farm. Beauty Parlors —] BEAUTY SALON - Downtown Topeka. 5 operators, owner leaving town. — Phone: CE 23432; home: CR 2-5705. SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock tale. Ovarbrook. Kansas every Wednesday every PrWa» - Alirn Count* Uvfr «toe» «j«tim On. Cit» Kansas NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3573 °" " rm * nd housen <»« f,rmt furniture & Misc. Next door Bank, Pomona, Kansas. April 17 — Every Wednesday Con- 7:3 ° M * <""» to **. to Harold Stewart Phone CH 2-4836 A P. ri J W - Night Consignment Horst if- »ssr Mr stoc April 22 - Night Consignment m May 15 Dr. H. P. PeKly, household goods and misc. West Wilson Street. Ottawa, Kansas. 1 p.m. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-12W April 13— Mrs. Ethel Brewer. April 26 - Lincoln School Cub Scout Auctlon »8 Auctlon April 19 — Chas. 6. Ekel. s room houie and hrts, 4S1 N. sycamore. Ottawa! April 18 — chas. O. Ekel, s room Myen Bros. Phone Centropou'i Claude— 918 Howard-** Ottawa RFD 4 a.turd«K«i,, w«» ••»» Saturday. North Ottawa on Rlibway April IB - Ueuf * Helm, Farm late 4 miles West of Baldwin Jet. OB Highway 80. 11 ». m . * ""'• m April IB — Mrs. Harry Johnson, tarn •ale. 3 miles west on WllwnT'l mil, North. April 23 - Cecil Morrow, closing out * *"

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