THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 18, 1963 News Briefs Jimmy Good, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Good, RFD 4, Garnett, has returned home after completing a course of treatment in a Kansas City hospital. Jimmy's grandfather, Lee W. Lennon, Port Huron, Mich., is suffering from cancer of the throat. He is the father of the late Rev. Lee W. Lennon, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church before h i s death in 1958. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 2-4431. Adv Ladies' Spring Coats. % Price. Edmiston's. Adv. Rummage Sale — Rainbow 4-H Club; Memorial Auditorium Basement Saturday, April 20, 9 a.m. : ' Adv. Mercury Mtr. Sales & Service (Lee Taylor, factory-trained serviceman) Starcraft Boats, Dreamer Campers, Harold Bones, Ottawa Boats & Mtrs., CH 23495. Adv. Bernhardt School of Dance reopen Mon., Apr. 22. Reg. Sched ule of classes resumed. Adv. Mrs. Kleen's Coin Laundry, located next to Waymire's Market in the 100 block of South Main, will be closed for a few days for minor water changes. Set Trial On Driving Charges Leonard E. Bonczkowski, Altoona, has pleaded not guilty in police court to charges of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of drug's and reckless driving. His trial has been set for April 25 and bond at $300. Victor L. Patterson, 509 . N. Oak, entered a plea of guilty in court today on a charge of reckless driving. He was fined $25 by Police Judge Robert L. Pinet. Elmo Roddick, 630 S. Hickory paid an $100 fine after pleading guilty to a charge of driving with a suspended driver's license. Mary Zerr, Los Angeles, Calif., paid a 'fine of $18 today after pleading guilty to a charge of speeding. The following persons forfeited bond upon failure to appear in court this morning: John Ott, 721 E. 10th, charged with running a red traffic signal, bond $10; Clyde Lee Kensinger, Lawrence, driving without a valid driver's license and illegal registration, bond $30, and Carl D. Conner, 110 S. Poplar, drunk in public, bond $50. Honor VFW And Auxiliary \ Eleven VFW Post and Auxiliary members from the second district among Kansans receiving certificates of appreciation at a volunteer appreciation ceremony at ^Vadsworth VA Hospital Monday Bight. ": A total of 118 awards were given. The departments of Kansas Post and auxiliary received Certificates of recognition for con- $nued outstanding service to the VA Center. I Among those present were Mr. |nd Mrs. Garland Hinkle and Children, Janie and Johnnie. Hin- ile is second district com- pander. A program was given during the evening. Local Markets Soybeans $2.38 WheaJ 2.11 corn 1.09 corn 1.14 1.78 1.10 81 1.00 fat 47, .42 Grade Eggs 25, 23, 18 ,'-..' r jt •KG Markets ? Thomas W. Rieck, 37, Chap- Man, and Wilma M. Dent, 32, Ov- •rhrook. Blanche Lamb-Bob Robcrt$ uneral Home Asks City Legal Publication Sheldon Tallman, publisher of the Ottawa Times, has requested that city officials give consideration to his newspaper for publication of city legal notices, it was announced at the meeting of the city commissioners last night. The legal notices now are published in The Ottawa Herald. The state law requires that a paper be designated as the official city publication once each year, and the date for expiration of the present time period is April 30. Tallman stated that if the city officials do not intend to pass this portion of city business around, he requests that the legal publication work be put up for bids. He stated that in the past year the circulation of his newspaper has been doubled. The request of Tallman has been taken under advisement, the city officials said. Two Start Long Hike; One Finishes Ron Showalter and David Nicewander struck out for Topeka about 10 Monday night from the north edge of Ottawa with good intentions of making the 56-mile trip on foot together. But Ron made the trip alone from the Baldwin Junction, 11 miles north of Ottawa, where David gave up and called for a car. Ron, 18, son of Mrs. Shirley Showalter, said David's father, Forrest Nicewander, 1128 N. Cherry, drove to the junction for his son who followed behind Ron until daylight when he came back to Ottawa. Ron continued his hike to the Topeka city limits where he arrived about 3 Tuesday afternoon and was picked up by his grandparents who were visiting there. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Winner, 922 N. Mulberry, brought him home. WASHINGTON (AP) .- In the news from Washington: POST OFFICE: Postmaster General J. Edward Day has hinted parcel post service may be shut down July 1 and Saturday mail deliveries suspended. What may lead to an end of parcel post, Day told a Senate Appropriations subcommittee on Wednesday, is "an impossible hodgepodge of legislation" that he said would require radical increases in the rates for handling packages. Day tied the chance for suspension of Saturday service —and Asks City To Open Street For Traffic Mrs. Dovie Brokman, 804 Spruce, at the meeting of the city commissioners last night, requested that Spruce Street be opened for use. It is difficult to reach her home, she said, because the street is not opened through the area south of where her home is located. Noel Douglas, who is developing an area for residential use in that part of Ottawa, has dedicated 30 feet for use in opening the street, the 30-foot strip being along the edge of his property. This would provide half the space needed for the street. The property needed for the other half of the street is owned by Floyd Jacobs. It w a s stated at the city hall that there has been no refusal on the part of Jacobs to dedicate the space needed for the street, but that the subject has not been brought up before and he has not been approached on the matter. Mrs. Brokman also complained that there is a problem in the area caused by outdoor toilets. She said there are cesspool types of toilets in use and that on some properties old cisterns are being used as cesspools. The city officials stated that this matter is to be corrected with installation of a sewer line to serve the area being, developed by Douglas. * * * Wants Grant Street Paved J. R. Clark, 1103 N. Oak, has requested that Grant Street, from Oak to Poplar, be paved. He presented a petition to the city commissioners at the meeting at city hall last night. The city officials will make inquiries in the area to determine the sentiment of property owners who would be assessed for the cost of the improvement, before proceeding. The one-block project would connect two paved streets. Under the intervening street law the project can be put in by the city regardless of any possible protest, but the city officials want to discuss the matter with property owners before proceeding. * * * Seek New Site For Antenna City and county officials conferred yesterday on the question of the antenna used by the police and sheriff's office radio. The antenna has been atop the North American Hotel for some television and radio reception in the area of the hotel. The city and county officials will try to find a more suitable place for the antenna. * * * Patrolmen Get Around Chief of Police Eugene Flaherty reported to city commis- iioners last night on the number of cases handled during the past month in the various categories of law violation. He also stated that the three Ottawa police patrol cars covered nearly 10,000 miles in patrol work. In other matters handled by the city commissioners an ordinance was passed to authorize issuance of bonds in the sum of $77,673.94 for street and sewer work that has already been completed. The bonds were sold on bids taken recently. Application was received from E & W Refrigeration Company for a permit to do electric wiring work in the city of Ottawa. An application also was received From Marvin Studios of St. Paul, Minn., for a permit to do photographic work in Ottawa. * * * Studying Bids On Fire Hose The city has received bids on aditional fire hose to be purchased in the near future and has taken the bids under advisement. City Fire Chief Harry Gilliland contacted fire hose manufacturers and dealers and received three bids, two of which were identical. The two bids were $1.24 per foot. The third bid was $1.35 per foot. The city purchases fire hose from time to time to replace worn hose, thus keeping the supply of hose and reserve hose up to safe figures for fighting fires. Order early for Best Memorial Day Selection Open Evenings and Sunday Afternoon STEWART MEMORIALS Across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 Deaths MRS. MYRTLE A. SOW ELL Mrs Myrtle Anna Sowell, 92, died Wednesday night at the home of her son in Vassar. She had lived in the Vassar community the greater part elf her life. Services will be at Shaffer Mortuary, Lyndon, Friday at 2:30 p.m. Burial will be in Vassar Cemetery. Mrs. Sowell was born Sept. 12, 1870, in Tipton, Iowa on July 28, 1898, at Salem, Ark., she was married to Thomas L. Sowell who died Dec. 4, 1940. She was a member of Vassar EUB Church. Surviving are four sons, John T., Kansas City; Elwood, Vassar; Claude, Mobile, Ala., and Charles 0., Lawrence; 13 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Mary Littler, Kansas City. Blames Legisatlon Hodgepodge May End Parcel Post, Saturday Mail Service possible denial of service to new homes and businesses—to the $92 million cut by the House from the $C-billion Post Office-Treasury appropriation bill. The Senate subcommittee chairman, A. Willis Robertson, didn't give Day cause for much cheer. Only about one-fourth of what the only about one-fourth of what the House cuts is eventually restored before Congress completes its work on the budget, the Virginia Democrat told the postmaster general. The parcel post situation stems from a provision requiring the department to set parcel post rates so that revenues for this service are within 4 per cent of costs. The department loses money on parcel post—it accounts for $127 million of the $231-million deficit expected in the year ahead— and if the provision is followed, Day said, over-all rates would have to go up at : least 25 per cent and the rates; on smaller packages about 40 per cent. Appealing for a Senate rider to cancel the 4-per-cent formula for a year, Day described the provision as self-defeating. His reasoning: The increase in rates will drive .away business, throwing parcel post deeper in the red. Kansas Girl, 14, And Her Companion Shot To Death DENVER (AP) - Carolyn Sue Ryan, 14, missing from her Salina, Kan., home since April 9, and Michael McQueeney, 22, Butler, Pa., ex-convict, were found shot to death Wednesday in a hotel room. Detectives said preliminary investigation indicated murder and suicide, but they held Thomas G. McQueeney, 23, brother of the dead man, for questioning. No charges have been filed. Thomas reported the slayings to officers about four hours after they occurred. Det. Sgt. Thomas Rowe said Michael McQueeney, on parole from the Chillicothe (Ohio) federal prison where he served time for auto theft, and the girl were registered in one room. Thomas KC Teachers Get Pay Hikes KANSAS CITY (AP) - Pay increases ranging from $200 to $230 a year for all teachers except those in the top scale were unanimously approved by the Kansas City Board of Education Wednesday. Teachers in the top scale will get no salary hikes this year bul will receive a $100 annual increase in 1964-85. The board also adopted a new salary schedule for operating em- ployes in the school system, with increases ranging from $5 to $20 a month. Teacher salaries range from $4,800 for those with a bachelor's degree and one year or less experience to $8,500 for those with a doctor's degree and 17 years experience. No Promise In Showers TOPEKA (AP)-Thunderstorms broke out in scattered parts of eastern Kansas today but no major break in the extended dry weather was predicted. The most rain reported was .14 of an inch at Lawrence. At mid-morning showers and thunderstorms were forming in central Kansas. They were ex- pec ted to intensify and move across the state during the day. Western Kansas, which is seriously in need of rain, was still dry with very low humidity. Sergeant York Critical Again NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)-Sgt. Alvin York remains in critical condition today with a blood clot on his left lung and a kidney infection, but a spokesman at St. Thomas Hospital said York is resting comfortably. York, 75, was hospitalized Saturday after complaining of chest and shoulder pains. The World War I hero has been bedridden at his farm home in Pall Mall, Tenn. since suffering a stroke eight years ago. WHY N( $5.00 Deductible Coverage See SMITH DON'T MISS 7irc$tone AD ON PAGE 3 Hospital Notes Admissions Ray Eaton, Williamsburg; Harlow C. Nelson, Quenemo, Wednesday. Kenneth Garrison, 828 S. Elm; Mrs. Raymond Dagenette, Princeton, Teresa Burnett, 827 E. 8th; Thursday. Dismissals Mrs. Joseph Driver, Quenemo, Wednesday. Mrs. Nettie Burgoon, 513 S. Oak; Mrs. Robert Steele Sr., RFD 1, Pomona; Mrs. Joseph Swinehart, 103 E. Wilson, Thursday. Believe Robbery Motive in Killing WICHITA (AP)-A service station attendant was found shot to death at his east side station early today. The victim was Wayne Platt, 58 Police Chief E. M. Pond said robbery appeared to be the motive. There was some money on the body and in the cash register but Pond said it wasn't enough for normal station operation. There was no sign of a struggle. Platt's body was found in the men's rest room. A used. 45-caliber cartridge was on the floor in the main room of the station. Boy Killed On Go-Cart LIEBENTHAL, Kan. (AP)Gary Moeder, 12-year-old Liebenthal boy riding a go-cart, was struck by an auto and killed near his home at the edge of Liebenthal on U. S. 183 late Wednesday. McQueeney occupied a room across the hall. They checked in Tuesday night. Thomas said he discovered the couple dead about 11 a. m. He left and drove to Bennett, 24 miles east of Denver, where he stopped at a cafe and told the operator: "Call the police — something terrible has happened." Det. Byron Haze said a .32 caliber automatic pistol was found under the body of Michael McQueeney. The girl's body clothed in slacks and a blouse, lay nearby. Each had been shot in the head. Rowe said Thomas told him his brother was worried about the possibility of federal charges for transporting the girl across state lines and for auto theft. FBI agents said Thomas rented a 1963 automobile in Butler April 5. It was found near the hotel. Kansas' officers reported two men in their 20s driving a car of that description had stolen $500 in a strong arm robbery at Junction City April 7. A girl friend of Carolyn Sue told Salina officers she went to a drive-in restaurant the night of April 9 with Carolyn and the two young men. She said the men talked of going to Denver, and Carolyn said: "Take me with you:" Salina officers said they had reports the girl and the Me- Queeneys visited Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona and New Mexico after they left Salina. The gun used in the killings was purchased from a Salina pawn shop April 10 by a man signing the name of Michael Walker. Salina police said the McQueeneys had registered at a Salina hotel as Mike and Gary Walker. At the Denver hotel, the girl and Mi chael McQueeney were registered as Mr. and Mrs. Walker. Carolyn Sue, a ninth grader, was described as a pretty girl— 5-foot-2, 120 pounds, blue eyes, shoulder length brown hair and appearing to be at least 16. Her father, Van Ryan, repairs mobile homes. The family lives in a Sa Una trailer court. Wrong Firm Mrs. Delbert Campbzell and Ted Clark were incorrectly identified as being associated with Hubbard Lumber Co. in a caption under a picture in Wednesday's Herald. Clark is manager and Mrs. Campbell an employe at Nuzman Lumber Co. CHAPK I'EPENUABLF A-. < >'IT \\\ A. Sf. Boniface Church SUPPER DIRECTIONS — Two miles South of Richmond on Highway 59 and then two miles east at the West Scipio School House. Sunday, April 21 SCIPIO HALL Serving from 4:00 to 7:30 P.M. MENU — Mashed Potatoes, Roast Beef, Brown Gravy, Home-made Noodles, Peas, Sauer Kraut, Jello Salad, Relishes, Bread and Butter, He and Coffee. Adults 1.25 Children 50e Food Sale Games Refreshments Everybody Welcome Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%. Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount on Local •ft paid by J p.m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m. Day Before Publication 5 Una 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 ... I5c 6 insertions per word ... 24c 12 insertions per word ... 45c 26 insertions per word ... 90c Cash minimiftn 4^ Card of Thanks 4c DOT word - 70c mia Local I4c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) Blind Ads - 90c extra National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices Rates Available set with emblem $1.00 2 insertions no change .. $1.00 Special Discount Contract Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount Card of Thanks I wish to thank neighbors, relatives and others for the many acts of kindness and the numerous cards sent to my wife during her illness. — Henry M. Mohler. We wish to thank each and everyone who were so nice to us and our son "Jimmy" during his stay in the hospital. The prayers and cards were greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Good. Lost and Found LOST - Red Male Cocker. CH 22723. Jameson. Notices —9 Tancred Commandry No. 11 K.T. Stated Conclave Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. No uniforms. Fred A. Gardner — E. C. Gerald B. Harford - Rec. Lawn, Garden Equip. —15 GOOD selection of used mowers Also riding mowers. All start and run. Malotts Hdwe. USED 21" 4-cycle, 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. ROSES-Potted patented northern grown, no higher then barefoot price, Also standards. Thousands of petunias; marigolds, asters, Snaps, Verbena fob'age, etc. Tomatoes and peppers, Canadian Red Rhubarb Roots. Davis Orchard and Greenhouse, Baldwin, Kansas. SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook- Livestock Sale. Orartorook Kansas B*ery Wednesday Every Prtday - Aliro County Uv» itoek 4dftt>oo O»« Cit» Kansas. NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3573 Open dates on farm and household Sales. Every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Household furniture & Misc. Next door to Bank, Pomona, Kansas. April 17 — Every Wednesday Consignment Sale 7:30 next door to Pomona Bank. April 17 — Every Wednesday Consignment Sale, 7:30. Next door to Pomona Bank. Harold Stewart Phone CH 2-4836 April 23 — Night Consignment horse sale. East Uth Street, Lawrence, Kansas. 7:00 p.m. May 15 Dr. R. P. Pettly, household goods and misc. West Wilson Street. Ottawa, Kansas. 1 p.m. Print} and Son Ben Printy "Cap" CH 2-1974 CH 2-1201 Community Metlw «Tery it»so»> night 1 p.m., 1136 N. Ualn. Community sale every Tbirsdat m«bt us, N u>tn April 36 — Lincoln School Cub Scout Sale — Prlnty's Auction House, 113« N. Main, 7 p.m. April 10 — Chas. O. Ekel, 5 room house and lots, 431 N. Sycamore, Ottawa, 3 p.m. April It — Chas. O. Ekel, 5 room house and lots 431 N. Sycamore, Ottawa. 2 p.m. Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude-91* Howard-IB. Ottawa RFD 4. franklin County Sale Company C»«r» Saturday. North Ottawa on Highway April II - Lieut It Helm, Farm Sal* . 4 miles Wait of Baldwin Jet, on Highway 80. 11 a.m. April 1* — Mrs. Harry Johnson, farm sale, 3 miles west on Wilson; 1 mile North. April 33 — Cecil Morrow, closing eat Farm Sale, 6 miles Bait; 4 North of Overbrook, Kani. April 34 — Mri. Lloyd Schweitzer Farm Sal*. 1 mile Bast * 4H South of Homewood. Male Help Wanted —19 GARDENER - Apply 721 Olive, 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 20. WANTED — Someone to clean out hand dug shallow well. H. C. Bolon, Princeton. MARRIED man for year round farm work. House furnished. Lloyd Heidner, Pomona 56«5383. WANTED — Men to work in nursery. Apply in person to Glenn Miller at 5th & Cherry after 5 p.m. THE AUTOMATIC Welders, positions now available, experience required Taylor Forge and Pipe Works, 1st & Diamond Street — Paola, Kas. Phone AX 4-2381. WANTED - Experienced Tire Salesman. Age 21-28. Must be a High School Graduate. Call CH 2-2454 for interview appointment. Salesmen —20 ALLSTATE Insurance Co. will hire a salesman for the Lawrence - Ottawa area. Guaranteed salary plus commission. Here is your opportunity to join the fastest growing company in the insurance business. Contact Ray Fraser, Topeka, Phone CR 2-6864. Men and Women Wanted —23 |ll For Fast Results k READ and USE INE WANT ADS Phone CH 2-4700 $120 PER WEEK Attention School Teachers, Students. Full or part time employment. Work summer vacations. Contact Mr. W. G. Ray 1405 S. Hydraulic, Wichita, Kansas. COLLEGE STUDENTS Summer Employment $120 per week CONTACT: Mr. Sharp 3127 Huntoon - Suite 2 Topeka, Kansas Saleswomen —25 PAST TIME, Full Time — Beauty Counselor. Cosmetics. High Commission. No canvassing for interview. CH 2-5483 or CH 24166. General Services —29 BABY-sitting, days. CH 2-4237. DECORATING? Call Gene Powell, Free estimates, CH 2-1460. VENETIAN BLINDS - Rebuilt, Repaired. - CH 2-2817. UVE BAIT SHOP - 1130 Underwood. CRANE Plumbing Fixtures — Underwood Plbg., CH 2-1264. WILL CARE for elderly ladies. My home. — CH 2-2215. WASHING and Ironing, house cleaning, baby sitting, plain sewing. CH 2-2087. WATCH REPAIR, 3 to 5 days on major repair. Minor repair done while you shop, Edmiston's. WANTED — Housework. Can give references. Clara Geiss— 325 So. Cedar. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. LAWN MOWER and Small Engine Repair, Guaranteed Work. 704 N. Sycamore. DEAL ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa CH 2-1064. LET US help your business by advertising your service in the Ottawa Herald General Services section McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-S254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Livestock —34 RIDING Horse, Phone CH 2-3926. 20 WEANING pigs. Hook 1 ml. North Pomona, after 4 p.m. FOR SALE REGISTERED Polled Hereford Bulls. See Irvin Malott at Ma. lott Hdwe. or call CH 2-4312. FOR SALE - Two Good Milk Cows; one new ideal Side Delivery Rake, 3 point hitch. CH 2-3878. REGISTERED Duroc Boars, meat type. At farmer's prices. Hodges, Wifliamsburg. Farm Equipment —35 FOR SALE — 3-unit late model Magnetic De Lavel Milker; 8- can International Cooler. — CH 2-1454, Ray Farris. Seeds, Feeds. Pert. —36 READY FOR IMMEDIATE Pickup — Pioneer seed corn and milo. John Berger, MO 5-3436, Overbrook. Va North, y a West, Appanoose High School Call Us Today For Funk's G Hybrid Corn Lindsey's Hybrid Milo Sudan and Forage Sorghum Armour's Dry Fertilizer Arcadian Liquid Nitrogen And Liquid Mix Fertilizer. Singerich Liquid Pert. Pomona, Kansas Phone 568-3590 Or MO-52236 Misc. For Sale —40 GOOD all metal 4 drawer filing cabinet. $35.00. CH 2-4251. *X)K SALE - Good Used Piano! — 724 N. Sycamore. BLUE GRASS delivered. 35c yard laid - CH 24722. USED Prices - 1207 N. Hickory.
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