The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 22, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Monday, April 22, 1963
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Lakers Had To Win And Did By BOB SALMON Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP) - "We're still very much alive." Those words came from a very happy man—Los Angeles Lakers Coach Fred Schaus—but they had an ominous tone. Schaus was happy, all right, but he was already looking ahead to Wednesday night when the Lakers entertain the Boston Celtics at Los Angeles, anxious to square their National Basketball Association championship series. "We knew we had to win one here in Boston and we did it," Schaus said. "Now we've got the victory and we're still in this thing." The 126-119 victory was even more timely considering that the Lakers had lost 12 consecutive road games going back to Feb. 13 of this year. The Celtics, thwarted at a fifth straight title, still lead — three games to two—in the best-of-7 series. The seventh game, if needed, is scheduled for Boston Saturday night. "We won't need it," growled Celtics Coach Red Auerbach in a cemetery-like Boston dressing room after Sunday night's game. "We're just going to need the one game to win this." fire station and announced: "I've just rode in from Florida." Wilson, 30, said Sunday he made the 3,000-mile horseback ride from Indian River City, Fla., because "I just got tired of playing music until 3 a.m." Takes Long Ride VERNON, Calif. (AP) - John B. Wilson, a country musician, trotted his horse up to the Vernon WELBORN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE CH 2-4332—1220 E. 7th CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS I CH 2-2285 Ottawa Removals Burrough, Harold E., to 903 S. Wll- ow; Blschoff, Charles W., from 1326 S. Mulberry; Britain, Albert, from 507 8. Ash, to 1232 E. 7th.; Crawford, Bob, to 748 8. Poplar; Griffin, Donald W., from 207 E. Wilson, to 816 S. Ash; Green, Gale, from 1522 8. Hickory, to Emporla; Godlnez, D., from 918 N. Lo- cust, to 918 W. locust; Hackett, Floyd, to 804 N. Cedar; Higglnbottom, Mrs. J. C.. from 602 Willow, to 332 Walnut; Klmball. Marlln, from 333 E. 12th, to 1414 8. Mulberry; Neumillcr, Walter A., to 825 S. Main; Payne, Maxlne. to 802 Willow; Patterson, Hattlc N., from 1443 8. Cedar, to Cedar House; Par- rlsh, Margaret, to 134 S. Mpale; Robbins, Bob, to 1234 Willow; Sloan, Mrs. H. A., from 836 N. Oak, to Gallup, N. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER * 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 M.; Stuart, Judith Aim, to 1MJ M»»1« Apt. B; Thomas, H. C., to 100» 8. Locust; Talbott. Ray A., from 816 8. Ash, to 817 B. Maple; WUIhlte, Desmond Lynn, to 604 8. Maple; THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 22, IMS Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spear* Get your "SPELL C-A-S-H" CASH Cards Today at Safeway EASY TO ENTER No Purchase Necessary Manor House MEAT PIES Turkey, Chicken, or Beef Winner of $100.00 Mrs. Letha Richardson 915 S. Hickory Ottawa Bob Player, Ottawa Isabelle Warren, Ottawa Mrs. John Laws, Williamsburg Edward A. Kennard, Baldwin Winners of $1.00 Mrs. Irene Shombe, Ottawa Mrs. Annabel Seyler, Ottawa Mrs. Sarah Barker, Ottawa Mrs. Keith Paine, Ottawa Mrs. Alma Pohl, Ottawa Mrs. Marguerite McCurdy, Ottawa Mrs. Charley Roehl, RR No. 4 Ottawa Rosetta Gower, Ottawa Mrs. Dean Baer, Ottawa Grade Fresh Beef Sausage Frozen CUT-UP Washington Fresh Picked T- Jj~ J Ham Steaks c°. n i Ib 99 c lang/^and lender veai steaks sr^r ...,>. 89- Pick Qtlfllst* Ca P fain/s Choice 8-01. QCc • 1911 VilUltO Heat 'n Serve . . Pkg. 09 Juicy Wieners ;; Tastemark COTTAGE CHEESE Ib. MANOR HOUSE Fancy Quality Manor House Cut- Up Fryers On Sale Now At Safeway. Guaranteed To Please You 100% Or Your Purchase Price Will Be Cheerfully Refunded. Ib. SALMON TISSUE Tempest, Chum, tall can 59c Soft-Weve 2lb. Carton 29 * Its So Easy To Freozo Rhubarb! Make syrup, by adding 3 cups sugar to 4 cups boiling water, stir till dissolved, chill. Wash rhubarb in cold water and prepare as for table use. Cut out bruises etc. Cut in pieces. Pack containers. Cover rhubarb with cold syrup— about Vi cup for each pint. FREE IMMEDIATELY AND RAPIDLY. Fresh Produce From Safeway . . . Alway's Bost! Enjoy Some Now .... Freeze Some For Later Use. Mix'em or Match'em Town House No. 21/2 Can APRICOTS.Whole peeled FRUIT COCKTAIL PEACHES, Elberto Freestone Halves or Slices 3 for \ Pancake Mix ssr 2 Honey roll pack Ib. Pkg. Wright's Strained, Mb. Great on Pancakes Six* 29 39 Cockta Del Monte or Town House $00 Sparkling Treats In A Can . . . Safeway Priced For Savings To You. SPECIAL! Store Hours — Mon.-Sat. 9:00-8:00 p.m. — Sun. 9:00-6:00 p.m. Fresh Leaf Lettuce Salad Tomatoes Perfect Slicers for Crispy Salads . . 2 19 29 All Pricos In This Ad Good Today Thru Wednesday April 24 at Safoway

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