The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 29, 1963 · Page 9
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A Wonder That She Wasn't Hurt CARTHAGE, Mo. (AP)-A car swerved off U. S. 71 at the weight station near Carthage Sunday, crossed the station's scales, bounced over a ditch and stopped in a wheat field. Watching it was the weight inspector, J. H. Furry. His amazement was compounded by this fact: He couldn't see a driver. Running to the car, he found Mrs. Joyce Marie Barlow of Carthage lying on the front seat. He said she apparently had blacked out. Mrs. Barlow said she remembered driving south on the highway, and the next thing she knew Furry was asking her if she was hurl. She wasn't. KUPressbox Will Have Elevator LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-The money has been raised for an elevator to serve the new press box in the $680,000 stadium expansion project at the University of Kansas, scheduled for completion before the home football opener with Syracuse Sept. 28. Gene Morgan of Kansas City, chairman of the stadium expansion fund campaign, has sent KU officials $20,000 in pledges and contributions to cover the cost of the elevator. This brings the cost of the entire project to about $700,00. The project will add 6,500 seats Charge Intimidation By A Church Board KANSAS CITY (AP)-The Midwest Baptist Theological seminary has charged the executive baord of the Missouri Baptist Convention with following a course of harassment and intimidation. The statement was issued late Saturday by Dr. Millard J. Berquist, seminary president, after consultation with Dr. Malcolm B. Knight, president of the school's board of trustees. It was in response to a resolution adopted by the state board in Jefferson City Thursday calling for a purge of "liberal" teachers and administrators at the seminary. The Missouri convention, which is not the governing body of the seminary, said it woul dseek ac- tion at the general meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention which convenes in Kansas City next month. "The resolution stated that many churches were concerned with the 'situation' that existed at Midwestern," Dr. Berquist's statement said. "As a matter of fact, many are concerned that the school be left alone to carry on its constructive program of work . .. without further harassment or intimidation." Debate over so-called liberal and conservative interpretations of the Bible has wracked Baptist organizations for several years. Unrest at the seminary was climaxed last fall by the dismissal of Dr. Ralph Elliott from the faculty. Dr. Eliott had declined to withdraw from publica- ,ion his book, "The Message of jenesis," which depicts the Book of Genesis in the Bible as being allegorical rather than literal. Deeds Myrtle Lee Griffin to Lloyd Robbing, 8r., out lot 20 on E "C" St. It out lol IB on E "D" St. Pomona; W. E. Hegberg to Max O. Thompson, 860 acres SW'A Sec. 12 18-IB; Robert W. Snodgrass Ray C. Barnhart, lots 31-33-35- Blk 7 Shaw b Ludlngtons Add.; Gerald Mlldfelt to Alfred O. Slgler, lots 10-12-14-16-Adams Subdlv. 13 18-18; Harold Paul Peffly to Robert O. Spatz, 5 acres Sec. 26 1«-18; C. L. Kent to Albert J. Williams, Tr. NE'/4 Sec. 2 1718; A. W. Ryholt to Russell O. Savage, 1 acre SWV« Sec. 20 17-20; O. E. McConnell to C. W. Coffman. S'/4 Lot 22 Blk 14 Wellsvllle (QCD); E. E. Haley to Joe B. Stroup, E75' lots 4547-Blk 24 Univ. Add. No. 2; W. H. Moherman to Ch»s. Rogers, lot 7 Blk 21 Wellsvllle; James J. Chandler, Workshop Patterns SCREENS AND , STORM SASH I PATTERN 234 THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 29, or winter with this pattern is 35 cents. It also is one of fd patterns in the Homestead provement Packet No. 29 for The Ottawa Herald Pattern DepV, Bedford Hills, New York. The Herald pays $5 every for the best news tip turned by a reader. TIME FOR NEW Screens, and you can make them yourself by the simple method shown in Pattern 234. It also shows a way to make storm sash that is wel4 of the ordinary within the capability home craftsman with of A In NE cor. & cx- admr. Estate of Wm. F. Pearson to i cept 4'G' off North side of said section. hand tools. Be ready for summer B F. Park, lots 34-38-38-BIk 4 Place Add. (Admr. Deed); Joe Stroup to E. E. Haley, lots 4M3-B]k 24 Univ. Ad. No. 2, except 75' of said lots; Detroit Bank & Trust Co. to Truman Schlup, N'A NE'A SW'A E 20 acres of 6 1 A of NVV'/i all Sec. 34 16-21 (Corp. Deed QCD); Myrtle E. Kohlcr to Tmman Schlup. all of Sec. 34 16 21 Except NUISANCE AND NICETY — Elm seeds come fluttering down this time of the year, piling up in yards and gutters, They may be nuisance but Linda Rhodes, high school senior at Chanute, at least adds considerable attractiveness to pile of them. to the west side of the stadium which now seats 38,000. The old press box was used for the last time in the Kansas Relays. The new press box will have three tiers and will be on poles atop the new seating section. At the time the general contract was let to Eby Construction Co. of Wichita, no money was available for the elevator. Ehrsam & Sons Mfg. Co. of Enterprise, Kan., was low bidder at $19,454 for the elevator. We Deliver To Your Door 6 days a week SELECT DAIRY CH 2-1607 SAFEWAY An Important Notice to Our Customers Due to conditions beyond our control, it has been necessary that we discontinue SPELL CASH. 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Store Hours — Mon.-Sat. 9:00-8:00 p.m. — Sun. 9:00-6:00 p.m. Borrow back up to original loan amount later on for any purpose. Additions Remodeling Education Emergencies >• No Red Tape »> No New Mortgage >• No Refinancing Costs OTTAWA SAVINGS & LOAN Association 109 E. 2nd St. Dial CH 2-2804 Your Hometown Savings Center Conveniently Located in Downtown Ottawa

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