The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 30, 1963 · Page 8
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Ottawa, Kansas
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8 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 30, 1963 News Briefs Merlin N. Wilson, Route 3, McCune, and Edwin E. Cheshier, 1000 W. Elm, Olalhe, were arrested yesterday on charges of running red lights at 1st and Main and 7th and Main, respectively. Each posted $10 bond and was cited to appear in court May 2. George Shader, 504 Elm, attended the 38th annual Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course at the University of Oklahoma, Norman. Shader is employed by the Cities Service Gas Company. Prof. Jcrzy Neyman, director of the Statistical Laboratory of the University of California, is conducting lectures at Ottawa University. The lecture series will end Thursday. Ellis Piano Tuning. Phone CH 24431. Adv The Quenemo High School won second place in the Eastern Kan sas. Industridal Arts Fair in the Double B Class at Emporia las Saturday. Toronto High Schoo won first place in the Double B Class. In the ceremonies at ' o'clock Quenemo was warded a permanent plaque for placing first in the fair last year. Th' Traveling Trophy goes to Toron to. The following Quenemo boy won honors . . . George Niehofl Arlan Pinkston, Ben Lewis, El den Criquie, Rodney Hull, Alle Fine, Jerry Bryan and J o h Parks. Paul R. Sims, Quenem Industrial Arts Instructor reported that over 2 thousand projects were entered in the fair this year at Kansas State Teachers College from Schools in Eastern Kansas. Harvest Of Coyotes On There will be fewer coyotes unning about these parts this ear from the reports the Her- Id has been getting this week. Two Franklin County farmers nd one Douglas County man ave discovered three dens of oyole pups and the bounty on tern is attractive, though not oo lucrative. Raymond Wagner, RFD 1, Richmond, brought seven live iups to the courthouse yesterday o collect two dollars each on hem. Bruce Spears, Franklin lounty clerk, told Wagner he was ntitled to the bounty, but be- ore he could collect he would' have to kill the pups and bring n their ears — detached. A receipt al the courthouse shows that Wagner got his $14 and the clerk got the ears. Wagner said he found the den of coyotes on his farm. The slate pays one dollar and he counties pay one dollar on each pair of coyote ears turned over to county clerks. The bounty is paid to encourage farmers, or anyone else, to kill the animals because of the damage they do to livestock. Another pups was den of seven coyote discovered this week by Henry Brown, Princeton, and Alfred Mathias, Pomona, near a rural road near Princeton. Brown's daughter Ruby said the men spotted a mother coyote on the road last Sunday and followed her until they came upon the den. The pups were apparently only hours old since their eyes were still closed. Albert Hornberger, RFD 1, Baldwin, turned up a den with it in his barn lot Total carloads moved over Santa Fe System lines for the week ending April 27 were 32,795 compared with 35,249 for the same week a year ago. Cars received from connections totaled 11,481 compared with 11,910 for the same week a year ago. Elks Club duplicate bridge club winners last night were: first, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Miller; second, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanks; third, Dr. and Mrs. John Hudelson. coyote had made he den in an old bridge tube hat was half full of dirt. Horn- icrger probably wouldn't have ;nown about the den, but the mother coyote came out of the ube at a time when he was in the ot. Horberger investigated the tube md wound up $18 richer after i trip to the Douglas County lerk's office. Gov. John Anderson has designated May 5-11 as the fifth annual Kansas Farm Safety Week. The week is set aside each year to emphasize the importance of accidental deaths and injuries to Kansas' rural population. Farm accidents cause more deaths than any other Kansas industry. Smorgasbord, Wed. 5-9 p.m. all you can eat $1.60 — drink and dessert incl. Coffee Shop. Adv. The Princeton Jolly Workers Home Demonstration Unit plans three projects for Kansas Home Demonstration Week, April 29- May 4. There will be a potluck supper tonight at the Princeton City Hall. A window exhibit on People-to-People will be on dis play all week. And several o; the unit's members will attend the Kansas Home Demonstration Week district meeting Thursday at Topeka. All three types of Sabin polio vaccine will be administered to the public tomorrow between 4 and 8 p.m. at the Franklin Coun ty courthouse. An individual ma> take only one type of the vac cine at this time, but other type may be taken at make-up vac cine clinics conducted by th< county health office at later dates A donation of 50 cents is asked but no one is required to pay 2.3 une pups in lis week. The mother Hospital Notes Admissions Allen L. Loyd, Jr., 1526 Willow; Terry Lee Shoemaker, RFD 4; Mrs. W. G. Saunders, 220 W. 4th; Dr. J. F. Barr, 340 E. llth; Monday. Mrs. Jack Terrill, 527 S. Locust; Dave Mudrick, 306 S. Elm; Mrs. Mobel Stiles, 541 N. Cherry; Tuesday. Births Mr. and Mrs. Harold Myers, RFD 2, son Monday, weight, 8 Castro To Be Star Of Show MOSCOW (AP) - Cuban Prim Minister Fidel Castro spent this morning with Premier Khrush chev at his country house nea the Moscow River 25 miles out o town. Tass, the Soviet news agency oz. HIGH CENTERED—This two-car collision yesterday 13th-Cedar left car on right, driven by Dr. John F. Barr, dangling on concrete street marker. Car in background, driven by Charles A. Norton, knocked Barr automobile into iis 'high-center position. Injuries In A Collision Dr. John F. Barr, 61, 340 E. llth, suffered cuts to the face and head and a concussion yesterday when the car he was driving collided with another car at 13th and Cedar. Three passengers in the other car also were injured. Miss Sharon ' Norton, 16, of 113 S. Elm, suffered a puncture wound to the left leg below the knee. Miss Dina Elbs, 16, of 303 E. 4th,-suf- fered lacerations to both legs between the knee and ankle. And Miss Jeannie Bishop, 17, of 307 E. 4th, suffered a contusion to the head and lacerations to both legs. Charles A. Norton, 21, of 113 S. Elm, driver of the car in which the girls were riding, was not injured. The injured were treated at Ransom Memorial Hospital and have been released. The Norton car was traveling south on Cedar, and the Barr auto was traveling west on 13th. iVhen Barr failed to yield the ght-of-way to the other vehicle, skidded into the right front oor of the Barr auto. Accord- ng to the accident report, both ars were a total loss. Dismissals Dr. J. F. Barr, 340 E. llth; Tuesday. Warn Of Red And Non-Red on KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) - 'akistan and Iran called on the /entral Treaty Organization — 2ENTO— today to face up to pos- ible non-Communist agression as l as threats from Communist ountries. Sources at a closed-door session if the annual meeting of CENTO oreign ministers said Pakistan foreign Minister Zulfikar Ali Jhutto had India's military buildup in mind. He spoke after U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk de- ended Western arms aid to India at the public opening session. Iran was reported worried about trouble from the soon-to-be enlarged United Arab Republic. One of the three memebers of th new union will be Iraq. Iran's neighbor to the west. Rusk's remarks obviously were directed at Pakistan, which has threatened to re-examine its alliances with the West because of the U.S.-British aid to India. Pakistanis contend the Western weapons may be turned against them in disputed Kashmir. Rusk told the other four foreign Funerals ED A. WARNER Services for Ed A Warner, who died Sunday, will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Towner Chape!. Rev. Bill Brewer, Bonner Springs, will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. MRS. AGNES OESTREICHER Services for Mrs. Agnes Oestreicher, who died Monday, will be in Sacred Heart Catholic Church Thursday at 8 a.m. Father Henry J. Beier will officiate. Burial will .be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at ;he Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday at 8 p.m. Card of Thanks I wish to thank everyone who remembered me while I was ill. The cards, letters, and flowers were deeply appreciated. Juanita Hisdon. ^___^_ Notices —9 Legate Union Chapter No. 15, O.E.S. Stated meeting Wednesday, May 1, 8 p.m. Honoring mothers. Visiting members welcome. LaVerne Pence, W. M. Vola Phillips, Secy. Personals —14 WANTED: Ride to K. C., Mo. Call CH 2-1979 after 8:30 p.m. (First Published April 23, 1963) (Last Published May 7, 1963) In the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas In The Matter of the Estate of Schuyler C. Sweezey. Deceased. No. 10-825 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 Frank J. George, executor of the will of said decedent, petitioner, praying for the approval of his final account- Ing, allowance to the petitioner and his attorneys for services rendered and expenses Incurred in the administration of the estate, determination of heir- ship of the decedent and the devisees and legatees under his will, directing the manner of distribution of the net as. sets of the estate and, upon such distribution and payment of expenses of administration, discharging the petitioner from any further duty or liability in the matter of said estate; and you are hereby required to file Lawn. Garden Equip. —15 USED 21" 4-cycle, 3 horsepower, Engine Rotary Mower, $3.00 down $1.50 ea. wk. Firestone Stores, 127 S Main. __ Garden Tractor, with cycle bar and Cultivator, Forward and Reverse, Used. Good Condition, Sold New for $295.00 NOW $89.95 — Don't pass this Value up. Budge Hardware CH 2-2371 . .', ... „. ., , n ?- I your written defenses thereto on or be- mimsters of the alliance that Chi- ore the i 7t h day of May 1963, at 10 Will Honor Picket Lines At Boeing WICHITA (AP) - A Teamster are Co. union official said today that members of his union would not cross any picket lines that istablished at the Boeing plant here. The statement came from Sam Smith, business representative for he Teamsters in Wichita. The AFL-CIO Machinists Union las called a nation-wide strike against Boeing, to start Thursday unless a new contract agreement is reached before then. The schedule announced by the union calls for a walkout at the Boeing facility here for T'riday morning ..There was no immediate word on whether members of other un ions at the Boeing-Wichita facility would honor picket lines. Other unions who represent workers at the plant include the International Brotherhood of Elec trical Workers and the United Plant Guard Workers of Amer Local Markets Wheat .. Soybeans Ear corn Shelled corn 1-14 Milo . Barley Oats . Rye ., Butterfat 47, 1.78 1.10 .81 1.00 .42 Grade Eggs 25, 23, 18 KC Markers" KANSAS CITY (API — Cattle 5000; calves 100; slaughter steers and heliers steady to 25 lower; cows steady to strong; calves and vealers titeady; choice to prime steers 22.50-23.25; choice heifers 2225-23.00; utility and commercial cow* 13.25-17.00; good and choice vealers 24.00-29.00; go' J d and choice feeder steers 24.0026 00 good and choice steer calves 25.00-29.00. Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts 10-25 lower; sows steady to weak; 1-3 190-250 'b barrows and gilts 13.50-14.00; 275-400 lb sows 12.50- Sheep 2,500; slaughter lambs 50-75 higher; ewes steady; choice and prime spring lambs 22.5023 00; choice shorn No 1 pelts 21 00; cull to good ewes 6.007.50. There also is a Wichita En gineering Association, which is not affiliated with a national un ion. If the walkout goes as planned it will be the first strike at the Boeing plant here. Boeing began moving into Wichita in the early 30s. The Boeing Wichita division was set up formally in 1941. Boeing currently has 17,500 em ployes here. About 10,000 are in the IAM bargaining unit — th group which would be directly af fected by any lAM-Boeing con tract. Boeing officials have said tha if a strike comes its facilitie here would remain open. Marriage License Clarence Earl Whitesell Jr., 23, Brenham, Texas, and Marilyn Louise Haworth, 20, Elmhurst, Deaths OIIN A. FISCHER John Albert Fischer, 68, Wavery, died yesterday at the Veter- ns Administration Hospital, ^adsworth. . Mr. Fischer was bom at Mel- /ern June 1, 1894. 'He lived on a farm near Waverly for many ears. He is survived by his widow 'lara of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Francis Bruhens, Waverly; son, Norman Fischer, Shawnee; his mother, Mrs. Fred Fischer,' Waverly; three brothers, and Frank Fischer, all of Waverly; two sisters, Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. Everett Baker, both of Waverly, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held at the Bethany Church of- Christ, Waverly, at 2 Thursday afternoon. Burial will be m the Waverly Cemetery. Jones Funeral' Home, Waverly, is in charge. Mildew In Some Wheat Powdery mildew has been reported in several wheat fields in the county. County agricultural agent Don Brown says the mildew is caused by high humidity and low soil moisture. It wil retard the growth of the wheat unless there is more moisture to wash off the mildew. The same type of mildew also may be found in bluegrass lawns. Brown says that although it is not economical to treat the affected wheat, bluegrass lawns can be treated with powdered sulfur or commercial fungicides. Heavy watering also is one of the most effective treatments for lawns. announcing the visit, said Castr was "cordially welcomed by Niki ta Khrushchev and his family. Castro and his party, includin Emilio Argones Navarro, Cuba Communist party leader, drove out to the country house this morning. Castro will be the star attraction at the May Day celebrations in Red Square Wednesday. Just why the Soviet Union chose this moment to make a great show of its support of Castro by inviting him to this country for the important May Day celebration is still a subject of debate among Western observers here. In a special sense it amounts to flaunting once more a Soviet "conquest" of Cuba both in the face of the United States and perhaps more pointedly in the face of Red China, which recently has been courting Castro. If there is any other explanation it is hidden in the Kremlin. nese aggression against India showed the continued danger of communism. He said American policy is to come to the aid of any victim of Communist aggression since peace is indivisible. "If Communist aggression succeeds anywhere it gains in appetite and weakens the free world morally and physically," he said. Britain, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey are CENTO members. The United States is a fully participating observer. Although the subject was soft- pedaled in the public speeches, British and American diplomats held private meetings with Pakistan leaders on the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan. Slow Warm-Up TOPEKA (AP)— Temperatures began a slow warm-up today after a cool front dropped readings across most of Kansas overnight. Highs today were expected to be in the 60s with lows tonight from 35-45 degrees. Wednesday will be warmer. Highs Monday were from 60 degrees at Goodland to 76 at Pittsburg with early morning lows from 28 at Goodland to 49 at Pittsburg. The cool front touched off a few showers but little measurable moisture. Clouds still covered eastern Kansas today but were expected to drift away by night. Warns Group Not To March ATLANTA (AP) — A group of "freedom marchers" plan to walk Wednesday along the route of a Baltimore integrationist whose trek ended in death on an Alabama roadside. "They will be arrested, placed in jail and charged with breach of the peace," Alabama's safety director, .Al Lingo, said in Montgomery. "We will not tolerate this." The group which will attempt to complete the pilgrimage of William L. Moore, Baltimore postman who was shot to death a week ago near Attalla, Ala., appeared undaunted by the arrest threat. "They will walk," said a spokesman. Ten to 12 persons will begin the walk in Chattanooga, Tenn., said James Forman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in Atlanta. Forman's group and the Congress of Racial Equality organized the pilgrimage from Chattanooga to Jackson, Miss., Moore's destination. Moore had said he wanted to talk to Gov. Ross Barnett of Mississippi. K-State To Honor Two MANHATTAN. Kan. (AP) Kansas State University will present Centennial Awards for Distinguished Service tonight to two of its graduates of the mid-1930s. The presentation will be a highlight of the fourth Centennial Lecture to be given by Dr. Howard Mumford Jones, professor of English at Harvard University. The awards will go to Dr. Frederick Raymond Senti, a 1935 graduate in physical chemistry from Cawker City, and Kenneth S. Davis, a 1934 graduate in journalism from Manhattan. Senti now is administrator of the U. S. Department of Agriculture northern regional laboratory at Peoria, 111. Davis is the author of seven books, including biographies of Dwight Eisenhower, Charles Lindbergh and Adlai Stevenson. Former KU Prof Dies LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—Word has been received of the death in Everett, Wash., last week o: Roy Towne, 84, for many year: a University of Kansas faculty member. Prof. Towne, who retired froir teaching in 1949, was a membei of the K. U. romance language: department. He previously taugh Latin and Greek at Hamline Uni versity in St. Paul, Minn., ant Washburn University in Topeka He changed his field to Frenc] at K. U. Vote Bonds At Bonner BONNER SPRINGS, Kan. (AP) —Citizens in the Bonner Springs Rural High School District voted 7S6 to 607 Monday in favor of a $1,382,000 bond issue 'for a new high school building. The bonds also will finance remodeling oi the present building for use as a junior high. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (AP)-Kansas traffic death log: 24 hours to 9 a. m. Tuesday —2 (x) For April—33 For 1963-128 Comparable 1962 period—160 (x) March fatalities which had not been reported previously. Aw, Heck! Joe Taylor, RFD 2, Ottawa, chased a lazy raccoon out of his hay loft one day last week and apparently the coon decided, if Taylor could swipe his bed in the barn, he could take Taylor's bed in the house. After Taylor ousted the animal from a hay pile in the barn, the coon took off toward the house, climbed in a flower box under the bedroom window and tried to get in. After .scratching a few times at a storm window the coon gave up and headed off to a creek. Has No Plans To Discuss TOPEKA (AP)-Gov. John Anderson was asked at his news conference today if he had any plans after his term of office ends next year. He replied that he was not ready to discuss any. 15 Teenagers Placed In Jail WICHITA (AP)—Fifteen teenagers spent four hours in the city jail Monday as an example for traffic violators among younger persons. Traffic Judge Stanford Smith then released the group on parole. All had been in traffic court as second offenders on moving violations. "I had to impress upon them they were in trouble and they would have to pay for it like anyone else," said Judge Smith. CI1APKI .E AMduLAM.t OTI-AXS A. KAN Get Our Prices Before You Buy Open Evenings and Sunday Afternoons STEWART MEMORIALS Across from south water tower 118 W. 15th CH 2-3325 WARNER — Funeral Services for Ed A Warner will be conducted from Towner's Chapel at 2:30 p,m. Wednesday afternoon. Internment in Highland Cemetery. Memorial Record WHEELER — Funeral services for Arthur G. Wheeler will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., Rev. E. E. Caylor offi- iciating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Pomona. WHARTON - Funeral services for Harper L. Wharton will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday, 2:00 p.m., Pastor A. E. Soper officiating, with interment in Highland Cemetery. NORDEEN - Henry J. Nordeen, age 77, resident of Ottawa for many years, passed away yesterday afternoon. Funeral services will be held in the Lamb Funeral Home Wednesday, 4:00 p.m., Rev. Charles P. Knight officiating, interment in Highland Cemetery. OESTREICHER - Funeral services for Agnes Oestreicher will be held in Sacred Heart Catholic Church Thursday, 8:00 a.m., Father Henry J. Beier officiating, interment following in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the Lamb Funeral Home. Lamb Funeral Service CHerry 2-3550 clock a.m. of said day, in said court, n the city of Ottawa, Kansas, at which me and place said cause will be heard hould you fail therein, judgment and ecree will be entered in due course pon said petition. Frank J. George Executor Lebo, Kansas toffman & Baldock ,yndon. Kansas .ttorneys Used Power MOWERS $9.95 Up MALOTT HDWE. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Save 10%-Pay Cash 10 per cent Discount or. Local ads paid by 5 p.m. following day CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 5 p.m Day Before Pubb'cation 5 line 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 15c 6 insertions per word 24c 12 insertions per word 45c 26 insertions per word 90c Cash minimum 48c Card oi Thanks 4c per word - 70c min. Local 14c per line (subject to Frequency Discounts) Blind Ads - 50c extra National 14c per line (Not subject to Frequency Discounts) 1 inch Lodge Notices Special Discount Contract Rates Available set with emblem $1.0(1 2 insertions no change .. $1 M Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion, no discount. TILLERS - See our quality tillers—Belt Drive—forward, reverse, 16" Self Sharpening bolo tines — Briggs Engine — Tills through Soil 10" Deep—Timken Roller Bearing — A real quality tiller $109.95. We trade time payments available— Budge Hardware CH 2-2371 Instruction —18 PRIVATE Tutoring in my home this summer, many years of teaching experience, CH 22257 after 5 p.m. Matejlelp Wanted —19 SEE COMPUTER PROGRAMMER Training opportunities on the Amusement Page 4, next to movie ads. WANTED - Experienced' Tire Salesman. Age 21-28. Must be a High School Graduate. Call CH 2-2454 for interview appointment. BODY MEN, need 2 experienced men. Excellent opportunity. Newly located shop, Thirty minutes from Ottawa. Need 1 man capable making estimates, helping with shop management. Write Sam Bush, 1301 Fairlane St. Lawrence, Kansas. /ard of Thanks The kindness and sympathy of ur neighbors, friends and rela- ves in my recent sorrow, will Iways be remembered. My sin- ere thanks and gratitude for the ood the many cards, letters and lowers. Ella M. Puckett. We wish to thank George Dilon, Lawrence Fuqua, and Norris ohnson for working the ground nd planting crops, also the fri- nds and relatives who sent cards md letters while my husband was n the hospital. The Irwin Hawkey 'amily. SALE DATES Myers Bros. Phone Centropolis Claude—918 Howard—46. Ottawa RFD 4. rnnklir Count? SalP Company Blvf*r\ Saturday. North Ottawa on Highway 59 May 3 — Mrs. Rollie New Farm Machinery & Household Goods 2 Miles East of Ottawa on Logan '.{.• South. 1. P.M. May 7 — Claude Clemens Household Goods Baldwin, KS. 1. P.M. May 8 — Atchinson Est. Household Goods Sale Princton Kansas 1. P.M. Jack Neison Phone 566-3530, Pomona, Kas. Overbrook Livestock Sale, Overbrook Kansas Every Wednesday Every Prlday — Alien County LIT* •tock 4jnt<nr fini Citv Kansas NATE AND LEONA GIBBONS Melvern 549-3573 Open dates on (arm and household Sales. Every Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Household furniture & Misc. Next door to Bank, Pomona, Kansas. ARE YOU 25 to 50 yrs. old with sales experience or the ability to meet the public? WE WILL TRAIN You to earn above average income in our business which has a proven record of growth. LET US SHOW You the incom* potential and fringe benefits we offer. Write Earl Smith, 320 W. 33rd., Topeka, Kansas Men and Women Wanted —23 "FARM COUPLE - to work and live on farm, experienced in care of cattle and hogs. Good location in Wyandotte and Johnson County. $175.00 per month to start. Modern house. Reply Box J-65. c-o Ottawa Herald." Female Help Wanted —24 WAITRESS, full and part time. Apply in person. Coffey Shop. May Harold Stewart Phone CH 2-4836 7 — Night Consignment Horse Sale Neohso Livestock Commission Co.. Neosho, Mo. May 13 — Night consignment horse sale. East llth Street, Lawrence, Kansas. May 14 — State Highway Commission Bldg. and Equip. 1:30 p.m. 10 mile east Ottawa, Kas. 68 & 33 Junction. May 15 Dr. H. P. Peffly, 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 auction ever; lUnsa*., night 1 p.m., 1136 N. Main. Community tale every TtmrsdM nieht U3(t f* llnln April 27 — Mrs. Teresa Allsup, 208 West 6th St., Ottawa, Kas. Household goods, ) p.m. May 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Ell Bennett closing out (arm sale 11 o'clock, 2 miles west; '/a south and '<= west Richmond. Kas. May 18 — Ottawa Transfer and Storage Co., 308 Walnut St., Ottawa, •torage auction 1 p.B. SEE COMPUTER PROGRAMMER TRAINING, opportunities on the Amusement Page 4, next to movie ads. EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for lady with experience in selling, telephone of door to door, contact work. Excellent wages, short hours, 5 days per week. Well known respected and reliable Kansas Company with local office. Contact between 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. Mr. Merlin Casteel 1440 S. Elm. Ch 2-1778 General Services —29 IRONINGS, Mrs. Montgomery. CH 2-5545. CEMENT or Carpenter Work, reasonable prices. CH 2-2611._ _ ~ ell, Free estimates. CH 2-1460. WANTED, Barns and Houses to paint. CH 2-4251. __ IF YOU need a painter, call CH 2-4276 or CH 2-4733. STEAMING, PAPERING, Painting. — Conrad's Painters. CH 2-3268. KNAPP SHOES CH 2-3659. Lee Carter, FOR QUALITY Plumbing at a fair price. Underwood Plbg. CH 2-1264.

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