8 Th» OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 15, 195» News Briefs LcRol Mills, Ottawa University freshman from Wellington, was a guest on a Wichita teen-age television show Tuesday. Mills placed 18th in the national driving road- e-o last year. Pomona Grange will have a basket supper in North Baptist Church basement Saturday at 7 p. m. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now—avoid penalty. Adv. Kenneth Duane Stout of Ottawa was inducted into the U. S. Army yesterday in Kansas City. Clarence R. Kirkland, 20, Williamsburg, was fined $35 in Police Court today, after he pleaded guilty to being drunk in a public place. He was arrested Monday night and posted a $50 bond for his appearance in court today. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Gilbert E. McConnell, 51, Wells ville, paid a $25 fine and costs in Franklin County Court Tuesday after pleading guilty to transport- Ing property in a manner not exempt on highways of Kansas, hav ing no permit, certificate or license issued by the Kansas Cor poration Commission. He w a s cited April 13 by State Trooper Harold Bennett. Jesse Clifford Field, 119 S. Cc dar, who is in Ransom Memorial Hospital for treatment for injuries suffered when he was struck by a car several days ago, was reported today as improved. Fred Harder, Ottawa High School graduate, was elected to membership in Gold Key, honor ary scholastic and leadership fra ternity at Kansas State College Pittsburg. Students are selectee on the basis of outstanding leadership, scholarship, character, student activities and service. Kenyon E. Grow, airman, USN •on of Earl Gross, 303 S. Elm, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Franklin D Roosevelt, operating with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, Stock Car Races, Sat. Nlte, 7:30 Adv, The Lawrence Jayhawk Ken nel Club will hold its annual show in Lawrence on Saturday, May 9, at the Community Building Keith Wait, Ottawa, a director ol the club, announced today. Wait has entry blanks and inform a tion about the show for those in this area who care to enter. En tries dose April 24. Michael C. Sowers, son of Mr and Mrs. Clare Sowers, RFD 2 Williamsburg, was transferrec from Lackland AFB, Tex., to Low ry AFB, Col. His new address is: Sowers, Michael C. A-B AF 17535711, 3436 School Squadron S416 Technical School, L o w r y AFB, Col. . Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. Adv A meeting of officers and area chairmen of the county CROP (Christian Rural Overseas Pro gram) will be held Friday nigh at 8 in the FHA office in Mason i< temple, it was announced by Pau Archer, secretary. Rev. F. H Endsley of the headquarters of fice at Topeka- will be present Seven Ottawa High School girl are planning to attend GAA Play Day at Highland Park Saturday Going are Dee Anna Spigle Mary Ann Ward, Charlott Smiley, Carol Henley, Kay Staf ford, Evelyn Tawney and Dean na Brinkman. Four Drivers Plead Guilty For each connection.J10.00 per year (d) For approved (Ire service pipes wllh hose attached: For the first opening. 13.00 per year for each additional opening fi.oo per year re) RATES OUTSIDE CITY LIMITK: For water furnished to customers outside the corporate limits of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: The monthly minimum charge .$5.03 First 400 cubic feet at 85c per 10U cubic feet. Next 3000 cubic feet at 45c per 100 cubic feet. Next 6600 cubic feet at 30c per 100 cubic feet. All In excess of 10,000 cubic feet at iSc per 100 cubic feet, (f) BULK WATER' RATES. All water purchased lo be hauled In tanks shall be charged for at the rnte or $1.00 per 1000 gallons, provided that customers requiring large quantities for their own use may be given reduced rates. Rates for temporary use of water that cannot be metered shall be fixed by the (superintendent of tue Water and Light Department with L. proval of the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, gl WATKR FOR LIOHT DEPART MKNT. For operation of the'Light Department: All untreated wafer at 6c per 100 cubic feet. All treated water it lOc per 100 ruble feet. , fhi PUBLIC FIRE SERVICE RATER. Water for public fire service shall be paid for hy taxation at rates consistent with the ,cost of such service to he determined by the Governing Body of I he City of Ottawa, Kansas In accordance with apt. roved methods of computing the cost of such public /Ire JUNIOR HIGH VICTORS — Elected during Tuesday's Ottawa Junior High School student council clor.tlonH were (from left) Rlelt Jamison, president; "Rick Winchester, vice-president; and Jim Fouls, treasurer. Not pictured hut also elected was Linden Wallace, secretary, They will take office next fall. (Photo by Lloyd Bullhagen) Three Trucks In Collision Traffic violation charges were 'iled in Franklin County Court Tuesday ngainst a 41-ycnr-o 1 d Oltawan, following a 3-truck accident south of town late Monday. Willis A. Gilliland. 816 Cleveland, is charged with two counts: operating a vehicle registered in Kansas without having a Kansas driver's license and failing to do- crease his speed to avoid an accident. The mishap occurred at t h e intersection of US59 and the airport road. According to State Trooper Harold Bennett, a truck driven by Fred Gilby, 44, RFD 1, stopped on the airport road, waiting to ,urn north on the highway. A pickup truck, driven by George Stewart, 51, RFD 1, was going north on the highway, getting ready to turn east on the airport road. His truck was struck in the rear by a truck driven by Gilliland, going north. The Stewart truck upset and struck the Gilby truck, the trooper said. He reported no injures. Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs. Harry L. Huson, Williamsburg; Mrs. Nellie Drum, West- phnlia; Tucsdny. Mrs. Lee Hughes, 1019 N. Cherry; today. Dismissed Miss Agnes Christian, 522 S. Cc- dnr; Frank I. Uiley, 1407 S. Codar; Mrs. Paul Howell, RFD 2; Tuesday. Elsa Towe, 724 S. Sycamore; today. Traffic Toll TOPEKA (API-Kansas traf.fi fatalities listed by state Acciden Records Section: In last 24 hours—1 To date in 1059—123 Same period 1958—120 Deaths Mental Illness Is Rotary Topic Factors that cause mental Illness were discussed at the Rotary club meeting today. The speaker was Dr. F. H. Spurlock, who is with the mental health division of the State Board of Health. He mentioned increasing industrialization and urbanization, and the fact that more people move from place to place as conducive to mental distrubances. More wives are working, and there nre more children to the family, he said. Children see less of their fathers, he added. He said more emphasis is being placed on prevention of the causes of mental Illness. Visitors included Miss Elizabeth Sprague, director of the Franklin County Guidance Center, and Dr. David Laury, member of t h e county mental health board. Other guests were two Rolarians B. Z. Woods of Baldwin and Arthur Peter m on of Topeka. A. P FOLSON A. P. Folson of Kansas City, Kas., formerly of Ottawa, died Sunday morning in St. Margaret's Hospital, Kansas City. He was ill about six weeke. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Cliannie (Benford) Folson, five daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Ford and Mrs. Mabel Edwards, Chicago; Mrs. Birtic Rodgers, Tola; Mrs. Theresa Moten, Evanston, 111.; and Mrs. Dorothea Beaty, Los Angeles; and three sons, Ferris Woods, Ottawa; Arthur Folson Jr., Lawrence; and Otis Woods, Paris, Tex. Services will be in St. Paul A.M.E. Church Thursday at 2 p.m. Rev. J. R. Gray will officiate. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. BERT LEE LORD Bert Leo Lord, 80, a retired farmer and lifelong Franklin County resident, died today in Ransom Memorial Hospital. He was born Oct. 9, 1078, in Cutler township, son of Charles Lee and Alzada E. (Hale) Lord. On June 4, 1002, at Rantoul, he married Cora Cornelius who died June Ifl, 1924. He was a member of Ruhamah Baptist Church. He is survived by a brother, Earl N., Dinuba, Calif. Services will be at Lamb Funeral Home Friday at 11 a.m. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Police Court activity t h 1 morning included the hearing o four cases, with all the motorists charged pleading guilty. Wesley D. Oyer, 25. 803 E. llth, pleaded guilty to reckless driving and was fined $30. Oyer had posted a $40 bond when he was cited April 6. A 19-year-old Lawrence man, Charlie A. Thurston. drew a $22 fine after he pleaded guilty to speeding 40 in a 20 m.p.h. zone. Judge Winton A. Winter suspended payment of $12 of the fine on the condition that Thurston writes a 5-page essay on the effects of speeding. The Lawrence man was cited April 12, Charged with failing to yield the rigbt of way, William J. Hughes, Ottawa, was fined $8 after plead ing guilty. He was involved in an accident April 12. Louie Bell Mumma, 720 N. Main, drew a $5 fine, after he pleaded guilty to making an illegal U-turn. Mumma was cited April 11, after making the turn at 1st and North Main, Freeda Wilson, 50, 631 N. Main, pleaded Innocent to failing to yield the right of way. Her trial was set for April 28. Reckless driving, hit-and 'hin and no valid driver's licence charges against Ike L. Jones, 709 N, Mulberry,, were until Saturday. Williamsburg Seniors Will Present Play "Mr. Co-Ed," the Williamsburg ligh School senior class play, will e presented Friday night at 8 .m. in the school auditorium. Playing roles in the 3-apt comedy are Carol Bethell, Barbara ohnson, Jean Heilman; Betty ohannes, Peggy Martin, Rita Ichwinn, Judy Heckman, Karen lendirx, Carolyn Rooney, Juanita layden, Donnie Miskimon, Roger Sowers, Leon Warbritton, and Delbert McElfresh. Miss Floribel Lancaster is the director. Legate Legate service. Section R. COMPUTATION OF AMOUNTS OWED, BILLINC1. OKOIJI' NO OF CUSTOMERS, DATE PAYMENT DUE. The Water and Light De- inrtrnent shall each monlh compute (he imount due from each customer lncli.d- ng the cost of any repairs or replace ncnts hereinafter provided for In Sec Ions (1 ami 10 of this Ordinance, ard Men Wanted cloiure li not" located within the city street or alley right of way, the Water and Light Deportment may relocate ui reinstall the meter, curb «top and meter enclosure to conform to Die provisions of Section 7 above. In the event of such relocation or remstallation, tnu property ov.-ncr shall pay the co»t of reinstalling the lervlce line from the relocated or rclnitalled meter to hi« Klabllnliment. •>, Section 13. RULKS AND REGULATIONS, The Superintendent of the Water and Light Department «hall promul- <ate such rules and regulation* at may ie nocer.sary from time to time to properly conduct and a-JmlnUter the operations of the water system of liie tMty of Ottiiwa and nubmlt such rule* :or the Governing Body. Upon approval by the Governing Body, such rules and regulation* nhall be enforced and viola- Ions of such mien and regulations will be punishable as herein provided. flection 14. UNLAWFUL TO BREAK METER 8EAL, ALTER REGISTER, USE WATER WITHOUT METERIN'5. It shall bo unlawful for any person tn hroak the teal on a meter or to alter the register or mechanisms of lame or to make cutlets or connections In any manner which results or could result In the n.ie or waste of water which hao not been correctly metered, measured or charged for In accordance with the terms of this ordinance. Section 15. UNLAWFUL TO DAM AGE PROPERTY. It shall be unlawfu for any person to deface, damage or destroy any prrtporty owned by ll.e Water and Light Department or any property which the department Is re quired tn repair or maintain. Section 18. UNLAWFUL TO OPER ATE EQUIPMENT WITHOUT AUTH ORITY. It shall be unlawful for any person without first being authorized to do no by the Superintendent of the Water nnd Light Deportment to operate liny valves, hydrants, stop gates, dams or any other equipment or facllltlci tincd In the operation of the water aye tern. ' Section 17. UNLAWFUL TO THROW MATERIALS OR TO SWIM: OR BATHF IN BASINS, RESERVOIR OR RIVER TSN'~WA~NTT£b to dig evergreens. Ev- cry man has the opportunity to earn bonus. Apply in perron at office, ,3th and Cherry, alter 6:00 p. m. Willis Nursery Co. ^^ shall furnish each customer with a u Hlm11 '' le unlawful for any person iiliowing tlie amount owed by he customer and the date on which payment becomes due Failure to receive statement ohBll not excuse a customer from his obligation to pay within he time specified. For efficiency of nd- ministration, the Water anil Light De- lartmcnt shall divide Its customers Into four zones. A period within each month shall be devoted to the computation ol amounts duo and the billing therefor "or the customers In each zone. The •;one« shall be numbered 1, 10, IB, and 25 and the amounts owed by the customers In each zone shall become due on the date of the month corresponding with the number of the zone to which they are assigned. Section 6. PENALTY FOR LATE PAYMENT, DISCONTINUANCE OF SERVICE. EXCEPTIONS, WAIVER. Each nistt/mer shall make payment «of the amount shown on his statement to he due at Hie office of the Water and Light Department In the City Hall during regular office hours on the duo date or within ten days thereafter, pro vlded that If the due date Is the 25lh day of the monlh, "payment shall nt. made on or before the v 5th day of the If payment Is not provided, a penalty Local Markets Beans 2-05 Wheat 1.84 (Published April 16, UiS!)) OKUINANCIO No. 2i:i» An ORDINANCE Rulating to Iho Water System Oiicmtoil l)y the Water and I.lfihl £>fpurtrai>nt of thu City of Ottawa; Providing for Applications ft.r Jnatiillntlon of I-'ucllltliia nnd .Service; »n<l ffistnbllslilnB Kues Therefor; Fix- IMK Hales for VVatur Service and Providing for the Collection• of Same- Placing Kesponnlhlllly on VVnler and Light Dupnrunent for Installation, Maintenance, . Repair and Heplace- ment rf Service Llues, Meters, Cur'0 Stops »nd Meter Enclimuren; Providing for Acquisition hy Water and l.lr.ht Du|<urtmt>nt of Mcturs, Curb Nto|)H anil Muter lOnclosun'n Owned by Propurly Owners; Providing for Pay- niiMit ol fouls (il Ui-piilr mid Itoplace- mcnt of Hervlco Linen, Meters, Curb Hops ami Melor Enclosures; Kstab- llHhlng Rules and Regulations Governing InNtnlliillon, Hcpair and Repine.;- Jiinnt of Kar.lllllex Used to Provide Wiilor Kcrvlco ,ind Provldini? for Promulgation of Additional Rules; Prohibiting Pollution of Winer Supply Illumine to Meters nnil Equipment Owned hy City Water and Light De- pnrlnienl and Unlawful Use of Water nnd Providing Penalties tor Violations thitreof and Repealing Ordinances Nos. Jimii and anrin. 130 U Ordained hy the Oovcrnlng Body of the City o( Ottawa, Kansas: .Section i. ulilNKRAL. That water service furnished hy the Water and Light Department of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, shiill ho furnished In accordance with Ihn rales, Rlmrgoa and rules and regulations prpvlded for In this ordinance and Mich additional rules and regulations ns are promulgated pursuant to the authority granted In this ordinance. Section 1. APPLICATION FOR INSTALLATION. PERMITS, FEES. Before uny consumer of water shall connect his premises wllh or use water from the waler system of the City of Ottawa, application for such, Installation must he made lo the Water and Light Department by the owner of the property on which the waler is lo be used or by his duly authorlzi-d agent. The application ahull be made on a form supplied by the Water and Light Department, i.nd among other things shnll Htate the location nf the property and Ihe purpose (or which the water Is to be usHd. The Superintendent of the Water and Light Department, from the facts stated in the application, will i!e- lermlne the size of Ihe tap, service line and meter required. On payment by the applicant to tlie Water and Light Department of the applicable Installation ten from the following schedule, the Superintendent of the City Water and Light Depnrlmt'nt shall IRSUB to tbe prospective customer an installation permit and ahull make Ihe In.stallutlun: For 1" service linn with V meter .| 96.80 For i" service IJno with V meter Barley $ .90 Rye 80 White and yellow corn 1.00 Shelled •• Oats Milo Marriage Licenses Clinton O. IDverson 19. Ottawa, and Sandra R. Mulkey. 20, Blue Mound, Gsry L. Burns. IB. Pomona, and Pa- rlcia Ann Hanei, 17. Ottawa. 1.05 .70 1.70 Butterfat 53. .50 Straight Run Eggs 17 Graded Eggs 24, .21, .17 Heavy Hens . ..' Cocks Light Hens .OS .05 .00 AMBUlAr/CE SERVICE Saj NO.MAlN-OTTAWA,KAN»M TtltPHOh B. W. BATH Assistant Mgr. Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-1 331 uneta . 118.80 I«'nr service linen and metrrs larger than l"..Cosl of Materials & Labor For any o[ the foregoing when furnished outside the City Limns of the (illy of Ottnwa . the fee staled above, plus ... 6000 The service line In connection with the above installations shall not excetd I'D feet in length. Any additional service lino shall be procured and Installed by the Water and Light Department at tl-.e expense of the property owner. Section 3. DEPOSITS. WHKN REQUIRED. Whenever, In the judgment of the Superintendent of the Water and Light Department, a deposit Is reasonably necessary to guarantee pa\ mcnt of the future accounts of any existing customer or the accounts ot any prnspec- tlve customer applying for service, he mny require such customer or pr^s- pecthe customer to deposit with the Water and Light Department an amount of money equal to twice (he average 'of the monthly amounts due for the jlx preceding months (or fewer If service lias not been rendered for six months) for an existing customer and twice h s estimate of (lie monthly billing for a prospective customer. Section 4. RATES. The following rates shall apply for the specified quantities of water delivered to the classes of lustnmers and for the uses here.)ft"i described during each monthly period of approximately 30 days: (al GENERAL RATE. For all water delivered except that delivered for single family residences and for Irrl gatlon of related yards and gardens, fire protection water delivered Into customers and of water furnished LORD —Bert L., well known and lifelong resident of Franklin County, passed away this morning. Funeral services will be held from the Lamb Funeral Home Friday, 11 a. in. Interment in Highland Cemetery. tanks furnished large quantities under certain restrictions hereinafter provided; The minimum charge J1.50 First 100 cubic fuel at 80c per 100 cubic feet. Next arnn cubic feel at -tile per 100 cubic feet. Next Hfimi cubic feet at 27c per 100 cubic: feet. Next 90,000 cubic feet nt 13c per 100 eunlc leet. All in excess of 100.000 cubic feet at lOc per 100 cubic feet. RESIDKNCK RATE. For single monlh following, made is above equal lo 10% of tho amount originally stated to he due shall be added to the customer account. If payment of the amount originally slated to be due plus tho Klfy penalty added Is not made within five days after the date on which payment rould have been made without penally, tho water service of the customer shall be cut iti and discontinue'! until full payment Is made of al amounts due provided however, that jovernment departments and firms will >stabllslied credit with general offices ocated outside the Clly of Ottawa shall have such time to make payment with- ul penally, as Is normaliy required o process statements of account througl: heir rngultir payment channels; pro Ided, further, howevwr, the 10% pen ally provided for above may be waived with respect to any customer accoun f payment Is tendered within five days after payment could have been made wlhtcut penalty and If tliu customer can establish that his payments ol amounts due for each of the next pre ceding six months have been made car ier than the last day allowed for pay nont without penalty. Section 7. METERS. INSTALLATION AND OWNERSHIP. All water meters lereafter Installed shall be Installed am owned by the Water and Light Depart ment, and all meters hereafter Installei or all existing meters or replacements 'or existing meters which are reinstalls shall be located outside the curb line tut within the street right of way In a place conveniently accessible to* mete readers and repairmen. A meter am curb stop shall be placed In a metal lile or concrete meler box wllh a cat ron cover as prescribed by the Wate and Light Department. Where meters are required to bo Installed Inside a the Witter and Light Depart ment shall furnish the meter adapters or the Installation ol the meters. Section S. DUTY OF PROPERTY OWNER. II shall be the duly of tin iroperty owner to keep th»> curb bos cover or Ihe meter box cover In view above the ground and not to permit i to become covered with dirt or othe material and lo keep the covers In place, on the boxes. Section n. SERVICE LINE AN MET EH REPAIRS. From and after Ihe pass ige of this act, all maintenance an repair of all waler service lines from .he point of atlachnient to the main, ui to and including tho curb .slop valvi and of all meters enclosures shalj bi performed hy the Water and Light De [iiirtment of Iho Clly of Ottawa. Tti Water and Light Department shall, d its own expense, maintain and keep i repair all new water service lines, cur stops, meterc and meter enclosures tn stalled after the passage of this or dlnance anil all old water service lines water meters, curb stops and meter er. closures not presently owned by. th Water and Light Department If the own ers thereof assign said service lines meters and meter enclosures to the Wa tcr and Light Department. Propert owners who own Ihclr own service lines meteis. curb slops and enclosures an who elect to retain ownership thereo will be billed for repairs marie to thes Items nt the cost to the Water ani Light Department of making such re pairs and are hereby required to pa the same. Seclton 10. SFRVICE LINE AND ME TER REPLACEMENT. From nnd aUe Ihe passage of ihls ordinance, the Wate and Light Department will be respons hie for making and will make all re ilacements of all service lines, curb stops, meters and meter enclosures .vhenever ruch replacement Is neces sary. Replacement of servlcn lines curb slops, meters and meter enclosure which are the property of the Wato and Light Department with like Items of the Fame tlze or capacity will b^ made at the expense of the Water and Light Department. If, In order to pro perlv serve an establishment, it Is neces sary to replace an existing service line or meter owned fcy the Wa'.er am Llgt-.l Departmenl, regardless of con dlllon, with a service line or mete of lamer slue or capacity, ihen the tup fee provided for in Section 2 of thi ordinance for the size service line an< meter Installed shall be paid by the property owner. Payment of the cos of replacement of service lines, curl stops, meters and meter enclosure which arc not owned by the Water am Light Department shall be made by tin [iroperty owner. Tho Waler and Llgh Department will bill Ihe property own er for its actual cost of making such replacements. Section 11. ASSIGNMENT OF SER VICE LINES AND METERS. RELOCA TION, COST TO PROPERTY OWNER Any properly owner desiring to assign to Ihe Water and Llpjit Department o the Clly of Ottawa all right, title an Interest In nnd to their wjiter service lln i, curb stop valves, water meter and meler enclosures may do so, pro Mded however, (.hat said departmtn shall not accept title to that portion o any service line which extends beyoin te city street or alky right of way. I the event any water meler. curb sto; or meler enclosure located outside th street or alley right of way Is assigne lo the Waler and Light Department, th Department shall he responsible as nn forth in sections 9 and 10 for the repai or replacement of th« same. T!ie Wate and Light Department may. at an lime, whether or not ::uch a meter, cur stop or meter enclosure owned by It row any stone, stick, clay, dirt t <> ny object or substance whalsoever o 3 swim or balhe In the basins or re>;er olr of the waler plant or in the rlvc ;ar the waler works Intake. Section 18. UNLAWFUL TO POL UTE WATER SUPPLY. It rhall b nlawful for any person to move o ause to be placed Into or along tin anks of the Marals dcs Cygnes rive r any tributary thereof the carcass o ny dead nntmal or offal or filth o ny kind or to pollute In any mannr whatsoever any of the waters of sali treams or any of its tributaries wlthl distance of five miles above the In ike dam of the water works, or t eep or use any hog pen, feed lot o laughter house of nny kind or char c.ter or to deposit any carcass o ffal or decaying animal or vegetab! matter upi/n or no nearly adjacent t ie Marals des Cygnes river or an f its tributaries as to be within th (stance above specified so that th raters of said streams or Its tributarie hall or mny'he polluted thereby. Section 19. UNLAWFUL TO VIOLATE ORDINANCE OR RULES AND REGU CATIONS. It shall bo unlawful for an erson to violate any of the provlsloi f this ordinance or any of the rule .nd regulations promulgated by th uperintendent of the Water and Llgl Department and approved by the Gov rnlng Body pursuant to this ordlnanc nd In accordance with Its terms. Section 2(1. PENALTIES FOR VIOLA TIONS. Any person who shall vlolat ny of the provisions ot this ordlnanc r any rule or regulation promulgate 'family residences and for Irrigation ot related yards and p.irdens: The minimum eharuc . . ..Jl.nP First 201) cubic feet 82.5c per ICO cubic feet. Next m i l cubic feet at 4Sc per 100 cubic feel. Next IS.Win cubic feet at IRc per 100 cubic feet. All in excels of in.OOO cubic feet at 12c v.fr IIKI cubic fert: provided that the nbove rate shall not apply to cmmiTeni irrlcHtlnn wlv n service Is not p.ild for from month to month throughout the year, fct KIRE BKRVfCK EQUIPMENT RATES. For automatic sprinkler fire service connections (when Superintendent of Water nnd Light Department deemi facilities adequate); In need of repair or replacement, reU> cato said meter, curb stop or meter en closure to conform to the location re qulremenls described In Section 7. I the event of Mich relocaticn, the pro perty owner shall pay the cost of rein stalling the service line from the mete to his establishment. In no event sl.a Ihe Water and Light Dep.irttncn fepal or replace at its expense any servlc line which extends beyond the clt strecl or alley rlj;hf of way. Section 12. RKI/1CATION OF SER VICE LINES AND METERS NO OWNED FY WATER ANn LIOHT DE PARTMENT. COST TO PROPERT OWNER. When It becomes necessary t replace a service line, curb stop, mete or meter enclosure which is not owr.e by the Water and Light Department an luch meter, curb itop and meter en —19 FaTm_Eqn!pment —85 WANTED Due to increased business we must hire three reliable men soon to travel Midwest installing and servicing small road signs. No experience necessary. Transportation and expenses paid. Straight monthly salary. Applicant must be prepared to furnish good character references and be in ,a position to post $100.00 cash bond. Our preference would be married men, age 21 to 60, who would plan on taking wife along, or single man over 21 Due to the nature of job and amount of travel involved, we cannot consider applicant who has children at home, or one who would maintain, or have home responsibilities- If you are unemployed, or not satisfied with present work, and would 'be in a position to be gone for several weeks or months at a time, for an interview and more details please contact National Sign Company, Inc. Ottawa, Kansas Used Planters & Listers J. D. No. 490 4-Row Fert. J. D. No. 6 2-Row Fert. J. D. No. 730 2-Row Lister Fert. J. D. No 1 . 545 2-Row Lister IHC 2-Row Mounted for H-M. 1HC 2-Row'mounted for C. IHC 2-Row mounted Lister H-M. IHC 2-Row Pull Lister, Fert A-C 2-Row mounted Planter. Black Hawk 2-Row Mounted. Used Disks J. D. KBA 10-ft. Wheel. J. D. KBA 9-ft. Wheel. J. D. JBA 8-ft. Tandem. J. D. 15-ft Single IHC 8-ft. H.D. Tandem. IHC 7-ft. H.D. Tandem. A-C 8-ft. mounted Tandem. MM 9'6" H.D. Tandem. Case 10-ft. H.D. Tandem. OTTAWA Tractor & Implement Co. 119 E. Second CH 2-4400 Seeds, Feeds, Fert. —86 Salesmen —20 JEWEL TEA CO., Inc., will hfre"one married man, 25 to J8 years of age, for Route headquarters In Ottawa. W* guarantee training pay and an opportunity to earn above average salary after training. We offer hospltallzatloc. profit-sharing retirement plan, vacation with pay and :i job with security. Call Mr. Donnelly hetween the hours of 7 p. m. and 9:50 p. m., Norih American Hotel, for Interview appointment. —24 Women Wjinted WAITRESS" — Apply nfn~peTson only". 50-59 Grill. WOMEN — everywhere — ~fikeAvon Cosmetics — there Is an exclusive opportunity for you to be an Avon Representative in your neighborhood. Write Mrs. S. Mitchell, Box 155, Lawrence, Kansas. General Services —29 _._._ LIGHT HAULING, Trash — CH 2-2585". GENERAL Light Hauling — CH~?l4247 the Superintendent of the Water aud, W ]LL CARE for ybuF"~ch"lId~lir~vmi"r * J jlght Department and approved by the Governing Body as herein provided, hall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be fined not less than $10.00 noi more than $100.00. Section 21. ACCESS 'TO PREMISES. The Superintendent of the Water and Light Department or any employee hereof designated by the Superintendent nhall have access to any premises sup- illed wllh water from the dlstrlbut'on lystcm. operated by said department and shall have aulhorlty to direct com- pllance with the provisions of this ordinance and with Ihe rules and regula- ons promulgated pursuant lo authorKy set forth In this ordinance. Section 22. That Ordinances numbered inSG and 2(156 of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, be and the same are hereby home. CH 2-122D. L.AWN8 to mow. Phone CH"M3ffl'.~~My- ron Blunk at Rayburn's. -AWN and Garden~care. Cfcanlng of nil _ kind. CH 2-2042. EAVES sutter,~forced~arr heating: Ira Meade. CH 2-3508. cpenled. Section 23. That this Ordinance and .he rates herein established shall take effect and^ shall be In force from nnd after Its passage, approval and publl- cnlon as provided by law. Passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 1st day ft April. 1D59. and approved by the Mayor o£ said city tills 1st day of April, 1959, K. E. ANDRKWS. (Sean Mayor. Attest: DONALD R. CAPPER. Ci'.y Clerk. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Claaslfled Dliplay ftx>c»l) ]3c per lln» Cluilfled Display (National) 20c per lint Special Discount Contract Rate* Available. Save 1.0%—Pay Cash 10% Discount ok Local ad* paid by 6 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD 'RATH Out of trade territory, Se per word per Insertion, N» discount. 1 Insertion per word 4c 3 Insertions per word »c C Insertions per word 14c 26 Insertions per line 13.00 Ulnlraura charge TOc Card of Thanks..4c per word—TOc min. t inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem SI.90 3 Insertion* BO change fl.iO Lost and Found —-8 REWARD—Cost, ladies 1 purse. Return to Herald office. Notices Tancred Commandery No. 11, K. T. Stated Conclave, Thursday, April 16th at 7:30 p. m. John W. Taylor, E. C. Charles W. Watts, R,3c. Corinthian Lodge No. 12, F&AM Special Communication Wed., April 15 — 8 p. m. Regarding Arthur P. Folsom Service Frank C. Armstrong, W.M. George Small, Sec'y Nurseries — Seeds — __ _^ _ SfRAWBKP.RY plants, Senator Dunlap, $2.00 per hundred. A. F. Lewis, Brick 2>oii8c west of old County Farm. PLANTS-^-Large variety flower and vegetable plants, many hybrids. All grown in sterilized soil. Big Boy tomatoes in jiffy pots, 3 for 25c. Cabbage. Bermuda onions and pansies, Davis Orchard & Greenhouse, Baldwin, Kansas- Salesmen —20 $120 per Week Salary Plus Bonus Opening this territory with new products. Many positions to be filled. For interview call Mr. Sarby, Ph. CH 2-4800. Pioneer seed corn. Milo. Harry Funk, Homewood, Kans.- Phone Williamsburg, 3466 Wise. For Sale ORCHID Ballerina formal, worn. 610 Walnut after 5. —40 ~\3, never YOU HAVE less labor, no waxing, so tell your neighbors about Glaxo llnul* p.nrn coating. Malntt_Hdw. WHIRL-TRIM mower; garden tractor with cultivator, disc plow, lister, cutter and whirl-trim for tractor; 8xt9 extra heavy tent. Pho. Rantoul l-F-22. Brassflold Store, Stanton, Kansas, __ "Artisan 19" ROTARY. Clinton 4-cycle engine. Mower shows excellent care. $19-95. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Crushed Rock For Driveway* All Siieg. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate delivery. Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 DEAD ANIMAL* removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Ottawa— CH 2-1064. HENRY ALBAN — Hydraulic Jack «er- vice, small engine repair. New and used Jacks tor sale. 71S_Wljlgw._ WALLPAPER removed by nteam,~Palnt- Ing, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorator!. Phone CH 2-3288. KRrXL Spraylhg^For lTS6YnfaU6n~anii estimates contact Chuck LeMastcr, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaster Spraying, Inc. COMPLETE LAWN care, hauling. Renegade Lawn Service, CH 2-3644. Small Engine Headquarters Briggs & Stratton Clinton Homelite - - - and Others. ORDA MILLS, Small Engine Specialist. Toro Lawn Mowers Sales & Ser. SHELDON Phone CH 2-1463 Trimow 18" POWER LAWNMOWER, runs like new, IVi h.p. Clinton engine. A good buy at $14.95. GAMBLES, 128 S. .Main * FLOOR COVERING Tile — Yard Goods 6 1 - 9' — 12' Widths. Goodyear Sanduran Armstrong BUDGE'S HARDWARE Sporting Goods -42 FOR SALE—14-ft. boat and trailer. Call CHjZ-3426 after 5:00. _ FOR SALE^New" 40 h. p. S'cott-Atwat'isr electric starter, outboard motor, sacrifice price. See at Douglas Brother*, Fliat at Main. Home^Furnishings —48 MODERN IBullt-ins — cabinet and counter; refrigerator; living room suite. Phone CH 2-.J829. 743 S, Main. Guaranteed quality twin size Hollywood BED. Innerspring mattress, plastic covered headboard. Reg. $69.95 value. This week ONLY— Special for only $49.95. Colby'i Warehouse, 124 S. Main . McQRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Franklin ASC County Committee Is Now Accepting Bids for Mowing CCC Bin Sites All bids must be in by WED.,'April 22nd. Send in or Contact Gordon Barnes At Franklin ASC County Office 2nd & Walnut — Ottawa Livestock —34 U YOUNG siock cows. Lloyd"Nca"]/ Williamsburg. WHITE male hog, " 3~iarge~sho~ats. 2 miles cast on Logan. a4 sou'.h. WILL BUY "or trade for good Pollud Shorthorn bull calf. E. C. Imblcr, Waverly, Kansas. FOR SALE — I) cows, 4 bred Heifer's"; 4 Heifer calves, papers included. Also 1 unit Surge milker and 4 can International milk cooler. 2 miles south. 1 cast, 'i south of Ottawa. Don Fabert, CH. 2-1569. Farm Equipment —85 JOHN DEERE manure spreader in working rendition, J40; 4-wheel trailer, good tires, cheap for cash. B milts cast on Logan, 3 miles north, Vv west. Frank Willis. Seeds, Feeds, Fert. --36 SALVAGE mixed oafs and corn, dry. Mid • Continent Grain Co., Wellsvllle, Kansas. PIONEER ny"brid"seV<i"cornT Maizei~seedL H mile N. Appanoose High School, ii W. John_Berger. FOR" S A LE~— ~ Cla rk Soy ' BeahsT" |2.35; Lespedeza Re lb., cleaned ami sacked. Homer Bishop, Princeton, Kansas. makes into a bed. Looks lik« new $1.25 a week. DOUGLAS BROTHERS, 103 S. Main. Hide-A-Bed SOFA, makes into full size bed with innerspring mattress, 100% nylon cover. Sell new for $229.95—Buy this one for ONLY $119.00. Pay $11.90 down, $6.00 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Used 2 piece LIVING ROtiSP SUITE in good condition. Only 1.25 a week. DOUGLAS BROTHERS, 103 S. Main. Near new 2-pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE, reversible • cushions, sloping arms, nylon washable cover. ONLY $99.50 or $9.95 down, $6.00 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Late in the season specials. "*" Gnod selection of HEATING STOVES. We don't want to carry them through the summer so we will sell at your price. DOUGLAS BROTHERS 103 S. Main. Just Received—One nine 5-pc. repossessed DINETTE SET, looks like new, beautiful laminated grey top with four good plastic padded chairs. Sold new for 69.95. Balance on ac- ( * count $49.85. Or pay $5.50 down and $5.00 a month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Near new Blonde 21" CONSOEE TV, two months left on guarantee. Has beautiful blonde wood cabinet. Polarized safety glass. Aluminized picture tube. Sold new for $249.95 — buy Now for balance on account $118.00. Pay $13.00 past due, then $6.50 each month, GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Appliances —49-A BRAND NEW vacuum cleaner, complete with attachments, $49.80. will deliver and demonstrate. Singer Sewing Center, 133 S. Maln L _CH_ 2-2607. UiM REPOSSESSED sem|.automatic~ilg"- ?.ag sewing machine, new guarantee available to reliable person on small monthly payments or will discount for cash. Write: Credit Dept., Box 584 _ Topeka, Kansas. ' "H"o t p o I nl" AUTOMATIC^ WASHER. Tlie nicest used washer in town. Perfect condition new guarantee. Take over payments. DOUGLAS BROTHERS. 103 S. Main.
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