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th% OWAtyA HtfRAtD < Friday, April 17, 1959 Briefs Ruby M, Bntts, Topeka, abated action on a $48 insufficient funds check in Franklin County Court Thursday by paying the amount of the check. She,was charged on a complaint filed April 13 and signed by Richard Cannady. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now—avoid penalty, Adv. The Pomona swing band will give a concert at Pomona High at 8 p.m. Tuesday. The band will be under the direction of Henry Williston, music instructor. There are 15 persons in the swing band. Rawieigh Products. E- F. Risdon, 1032 S. Main. Adv. Stock Car Races, Sat. Kite, 7:30. Adv. Lester and David Moore of Moore Chevrolet • Oldsmobile Co. have purchased the building at 110 iW. 4th. Lester Moore said today the building has been purchased as an investment and will continue to be occupied by the Tetwiler Mercury • Rambler Motors, The sale was arranged by Luther Stevens. Cecil Elliott, Ma hattan, was the seller. The price was'.not announced. Drake's Bakery—fresh buter rolls, donuts, pies, cakes, cookies, wed ding cakes and birthday cakes, ^ . Adv. ••v .. The 40-volce choir of Centra' College, McPherson, will give s concert of sacred music Sunday at 7:45 p.m. in Ottawa Senior High School auditorium. Robert Wash gospel singer, is the director. The public is invited to attend. Round and Square Dance—Sat urday night — April 18th 8:30 to 11:30 p.m.—Richmond, Kas. Spon Find Body Of Murdered Man NEVADA, Mo. (AP) - An un dentified man, whose body was iscovered yestetday In a field near Arthur, Mo., was slain with a shotgun charge fired into the ack of his head. The body, found covered with rush and a child's wagon, was bat of a white man, between SO nd 60 years old. There was no dentification. Articles in the pockets included package of cigarettes with a tax tamp from St. Joseph, a ball oint pen from a Kansas City irm, a cigarette lighter a pair of il clippers. Sheriff Les Hunt said officers were unable to obtain fingerprints ecause of the condition of the iody. It had been in the field sev- ral weeks. He said the Missouri Highway Patrol was/ being re- nested to aid in the identificn- ion. A house to house canvass Is be- ng made of the area for check f any unusual events that might :onnect with the crime, Officers believe the man was lain somewhere else and the body taken to the field. The site is mly a mi.e and a half from U.S. 1. sored by Lions Club. Adv Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. Adv The parking area paving proj ect at the side and rear of Ot tawa post office has been corn pleted. It will be allowed to se for about 10 days before being used. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431 A number of members from First Christian Church attended Functional Fellowship Church Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Churches of Topeka were hosts a First Church there. Those going were Rev. and Mrs. Gordon D An .autopsy disclosed (.he man's ikull had been fractured iby the shotgun blast. The man was dressed in overalls and a denim jacket, was about e feet tall and had black lair. TO TURKEY — Copt. L. C. Gctos will Icnve In June for Turkey where he will serve ag a member of (he Military Aide Advisory Group, for the State Department. He will go to Washington D. C. for briefing /May 1. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gciss of Ottawa. M r g. GflKS, daughter of Mr and Mm. W. L. Pickering, nnd their children, Pam and Wally, will accompany Mr. Gciss on his assignment. Connie Hopes To Get Out On Bond INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) Connie Nicholas hoped to leave the Indiana Women's Prison on appeal bond today for her first freedom since her married sweetheart was shot to death last July 31. She was whisked to the prison Thursday half an hour after her manslaughter sentence of 2 to 21 years was pronounced. Since the fatal shooting of Forrest Teel, 54-year-old business executive who was her lover for 15 years until he jilted her for a new girl friend, her time had been spent in a detention room at Gen eral Hospital, the Marion County during tho jail, and in court monthlong trial. Judge Thomas J. Faulcnncr set the appeal bond at $10,000, over defense protests that the usua bond on a manslaughter conviction was half that amount, Mrs. Nicholas has 30 clays to file a motion for a new trial, first Jailed Man Is Fugitive The -sheriff from Houston, Tex., lotified the Ottawa police department today by wire that the 30- year-old man local officers arrested Thursday morning is wanted in Texas. Sheriff C, V. Buster Kern, Har ris County, said he has "a grand jury indictment charging theft habitual criminal on Freddie Martin." The man, Jesse Martin Copeland, Oklahoma City, as he gave his name here, was arrested north of Ottawa Thursday about four hours after Patrolman Wally Leccy and Officer Bill Wheeler spotted him. The man sped away in a car, got. stuck in soft dirt on the new river levco and bolted from the car. About 3:30 a.m., officers found Copcland on the road north of Ottawa, after a long search by policemen and the sheriff's crew. Copcland is charged with loitering in Franklin County Court. The Texas sheriff said he will be extradited. Steel Industry Productivity Is On Upturn WASHINGTON (AP)-The government saya steel industry productivity has been declining but r>ow is on an upturn. The announcement armed both steel management and steel labor with bargaining ammunition for contract talks next month. The Labor Department reported Lho industry's output per man- tour declined nearly 6 per cent in the three-year 1955-58 period. That time closely parallels duration of expiring three-year labor contracts. On the other hand, Ewan Clague, the department's statistics commissioner, said steel productivity started climbing steeply late last year and is still rising. This hasn't been officially measured yet. The figures announced Thursday gain importance 'from the stress given productivity by President Eisenhower. He has repeatedly recommended that any wage 1 Increases be held to productivity gains to avoid inflation. On that basis, the steel industry could argue that a three-year decline in productivity warrants a wage cut rather than a pay raise the United Steelworkers Union has said it will demand. The union already has indicated that currently rising output per man and rising steel profits should be the basis on which labor contracts arc negotiated.' Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs. Harry Rilcy, 810 N. Oak; Charles Cook, 408 E. 4th; Mrs. Flossie Shellack, Baldwin; Connie Sue Johnson, 918 Willow; Thursday. Randy Dale Firestone, 608 S. Locust; today. DinmtMcd Mrs. Rex Carlelon and baby son, 810 S. Cedar; Thursday. Mrs. Lee Hughes, 1019 N. Cherry; Lester Miller, Williamsburg; Mrs. Herbert Dowdy and baby son, 1310 S. Poplar; Mrs. Acie Reeves and baby son, Princeton; John Guy, Princeton; today. Tuttle Creek Plans Told BLUE RAPIDS, Kas. (AP)The Blue Valley Sportsman Club was told last night ot plans for the closure of Tultle Creek Dam, scheduled to begin July 4. Col. L. Ej. Laurion, district engineer at Kansas City, told of plans to divert the water from the natural river channel to the outlet conduits. "If the weather man plays tricks on us," he said, "this diversion and final closure could be a bit exciting," He referred to heavy rains. "The ultimate closure of the gap in the embankment will re quire 50,000 truck loads of earth, each truck hauling 18 cubic yards each trip, to dump 'the 1,350,000 cubic yards of earth for what would be considered a safe closure," Asks New Trial In Ouster Case LYONS, Kas. (AP)-Specia] As. sistant Attorney General 'G. M. Bush filed a motion for a new rial yesterday in the civil action ieeking ouster of L. H. Anker- hob! as Lyons police chief. Bush filed the motion In the Rice County District Court two days after District Judge Frederick Wpleslagel ru'.ed there was not sufficient evidence for an or- ler ousting the official on charges ic illegally accepted money. Ankerholz was accused of tak- ng money either to reduce or not .0 file charges in police court. In his motion for a new trial, 3ush charged abuse of discretion by the District Court; erroneous ruling; decison given under the nfluence of passion and prejudice, and decision made in whole or part contrary to the evidence. Local Markets Miller, Roger Brink. Mrs Lee -, rma , s( ,„ appealing (o lh ' t Harrison, Mrs. Jim Pntchard lriinnn Sl ,' ,„ U' *. " „„ Mrs. H. K. Stevens, Mrs. Lloy< Brown, Mrs. Eugene Suffron anc Mrs. A. W. Hamm. The meeting was conducted by Samuel F. Pugh, national director of church development of United Christian Missionary Society. Jaycee Jaynes — Spring clothesline sale. Good clean clothing for entire family. Fri., Sat.. April 17, 18. Dutchmaid Cafe. Adv. Former pupils and teachers of Sand Creek school are planning a potluck supper at the school on April 24 at 7 p.m. idiana Supreme Court. If an ap- oal fails, she would be eligible :>r parole in 21 months. Faulconer said that if an appeal ncceeds and she gets a new trial, lie could not draw a sentence eavier than manslaughter, even lough the charge on which she as tried originally was first- egree murder. Correction: At Pence's the correct price for two 46 oz. cans of Cal > F a m e Pineapple - Grapefruit drink is 59c rather than 19c and two No. 300 cans of Good Value Pork & Beans sell for 19c rather than 59c as misprinted in Thursday's Pence Food Center Ad. Adv. r aken In Truck Crash RA E. MOON Ira E. Moon, 65, brother of Glenn . Moon, 731 Willow, died yester- ay in Lawrence after a year's Iness. He was born near Prince- on. He married Mate Gay in 916. Surviving are the widow, three ons, one daughter, and four brothers, Ross and Guy, Lawrence, lenn W., Ottawa; and Forrest, Chico, Calif. Services Saturday at 3:30 p.m. and burial will be in Lawrence. A 38-year-old Baldwin man was Injured slightly Thursday when two pickup trucks collided in Ot tawa. Having bruises was Ray M. Stewart, police officers said. The mishap occurred at 5:39 p.m. in front of 629 N. Hickory, when a pickup driven by Robert V. Simms, 35, 609 N. Hickory, bumped into the rear of o n e driven by Stewart, officers reported. They estimated damages to Simms' truck as major, anc Stewart's truck as minor. T wo Cars Crash South Of Ottawa A 2-car accident occurred this morning about two miles south ol Ottawa, the sheriff's office report ed. Driving the cars were Geralc Thomas, 20, Osawatomie, and Robert Harris, 45, Great Falls Mont. Thfe sheriff's office reported tha Thomaa was headed south on US59 and Harris was stopping a the intersection of the Rantou Road and US59, when the two cars collided. The mishap occurred at 11:33 a.m. No injuries were reported Fire Losses Down TOPEKA (AP)-Fire losses In Kansas dropped nearly 35 pe cent last year. Fred Bergman, state fire mar shal, said losses in 1958 totaled $4,302,748 compared to $6,711,16 in 1957. Deaths 1.78 .80 Barley $ .90 Beans 2.05 Wheat Rye While and yellow corn 1.00 Shelled •• 1.05 Oats .70 Milo 1.70 Butterfat 53. .50 Straight Run Eggs 17 Graded Eggs '... .23, .20, .17 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks . 05 Light Hens 06 AMBULANCE SERVICE tn NO. MAIM- OTTAWA.KANIAS CH2'I33| K" B. W. BATH Assistant Mgr. Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-1331 you can piny MUSIC .. . WITHOUT LESSONS Choose blonde mahogany or traditional walnut, only $ 129" matching table $25 Model with mlcrophon/c pickup (or plug-In to amplifier tllghtly tdditlontl ASSOCIATE STORE AGNUS ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN Simply match the numbers In the song book to the numbered keyboard. Press a key: out comes real music, rich and mellow, with full chord accompaniment; vibrant with the authentic "breathing" tones and overtones you thrill to in mighty church organs. Hundreds of songs to play, from classical to jazz, songs you play the very first try! TRY IT TODAY... PROVE TO YOURSELF IT'S MORE FUN TO MAKE MUSIC THAN JUST LISTEN TO IT! For Free Home Trial Call CH 2-3639 or See at 109 S. Main Step fnl THE'KANSAS STATE "BANK THE NORTH SIDE BANK R. S. Hill, Pres. Ed Hosier. Vice Pres. and Cashier Mamie Sands, Asst. Cashier Glen Hayward, Asst. Cashier Tecumseh and Main Dial CH 2-2052 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ROSE SALE Y ar i e ties of Standard Roses in Bush and Climbers. Jumbo Size Bushes, 15 Varieties of £m Patented Roses $ I , Each to each. These roses are not waxed. They will not die when the first hot weather hits them as do waxed roses. EVERGREENS, SHADE TREES, FLOWER- INS TREES, FRUIT TREES, BERRY PLANTS, RHUBARB, ETC. AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. We Specialize in Landscaping. Free Estimate and All Work Guaranteed for One Year. WOODSUM NURSERY Rt. 4, Ottawa, Kansas Located 3M/o miles west and 3 1 /2 miles south of Baldwin Junction. Phone Centropolis Two Suits Filed In Justice Court A civil suit was filed and an insufficient funds check charge abated in Franklin County Justice Court Thursday. Fred T. Reinke abated action on a $5.26 check by paying the amount of the check and costs. It was issued to the Pence Food Center. Jack Rayl, -doing • business as the Jack Rayl Oil Co., Rantoul, filed a suit in court asking for a $30,01 judgment against Richard Evans, Rantoul. Rayl charges that Evans owes him that amount for gasoline and oil. Legate An (Published April 17, 1950) OltniNANCtf No. ZUfl ORDINANCE. Apportioning Rnd ...... evylng special assessments to pay the cost of constructing lateral sewers In Lateral Sewer District No. 128 in the r 'lty of Ottawa, Kansas. Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That tho Governing Bofly of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, having provided for the construction of lateral sewers In Lateral Sewer Dlstilo.t No 12!) within the City of Ottawa. Kansas' pursuant to the provisions of Ordinance No. 21V3 of said City, and having con traded therefor, and the cost of said Improvement having been ascertained to be $!), 098.38 that Is chargeable t" fpec'flc property with said latera'. sewer district, nnd tho appraisers duly appointed to make a tMr and Impartial approvement of Hie comparative value of the lots, tracts and pieces of ground liable for the cost thereof having re- lurnert to the Governing Birdy of said city their appraisement report, and 'he said Governing; Body, at a Special Meeting held for nuch purpose, due notice of which having been given as provided by law, having equalized, ap. proved and confirmed said appraisement report, there Is hereby apportioned. acscssed and levied upon the following described lots, tracts and pieces of ground, the following amoums, the same being the total assessment apportioned to each, to-wlt: Brookslde Addition: Lot 1, 51.027.72' Lot 2, $822.18; Lots 3 and 4. J], 027.72 each: Lot .1. J6BK.03; Lot 6. $822 1fi; Lota 7 and 8. $(lflR.03 each; Lot 9. $411. .OS- Lot 10, J6I0.63; Lots 31 mid 12, S68S.03 —1 at the end of thirty (30) dajs, and luch unpaid assessments than be collected annually lu ten (10) equal annual Installments, and the City Clerk of «ald City «hall thereafter certify annually to the County Clerk, »t the time other tuxes are, certllled, a full list o( the property liable for the cost of such Improvtment, except *uch property up* on which the asscsmenl has been paid In full, together with the respective amounts due upon each lot, tract and piece of ground, which amounts shall Include the annual installment and the Intercut on all unpaid balances for one year at the rate of Interest such bonds may bear. Section 4. That this ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after Its pansngc, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, this 18th day of April, 1909 and approved by the Mayor of said City this 16th day of April, 1099. K. Z. ANDREWS, Mayor. Attest: DONALD R. CAPPER, City Cleik. (First Published In the Ottawa Herald April 17, 195B) (Last Published In the Ottawa Herald May I, 195D) ' In 'he Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. Case No. 10-332. In the Matter of tho Estate of Mary Kathorlne Sellers, deceased. Notice of Appointment at Administrator Notice Is hereby given to the cred> More, heirs, devlsets a art legatees of Mary Katherlne Sellers, deceased, and all others concerned, ,that on the 23nl day of March, 1959. the undersigned wax by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified aa administrator of the estate cf Mary Katherlne Sellers, deceased, late of Franklin County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified (6 exhibit their demands agninst tht 1 ia.Id estate wltl-.ln nine months from the' date of first publication of this notice ns provided by law, and if their <Ie- mands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. NARVA A. SELLERS, Administrator. OLEASON, GLEASON, DOTY & LOGAN. Attorneys for Administrator. Men Wanted! SJB|T~WANffc6 to dig' »Tf f frteM. Uv- ery man has tn* opportunity to »ar» . bonus. Apply in perron at «Ole«, wh and Cherry, after 1:00 ». a< WUM Nursery Co. .'• '•- _ Openings available in Retail Sales Field for Young Men'- preferably with Service gallon fulfilled. On-th«-jo> training with good pay " ino '. vacation benefits. Terrific po- , tential in this field with ideal working conditions- Write i Box G-44 Ottawa HeralcT ^ Salesmen —30 WANTED — Dl*h waaher. Bob'* H1B House, Apply In person. • 3SWEIT7FBA CO., inc.. will hire on* married man, 25 to 31 y«ari of age. (or Route headquarters In Ottawa. We) guarantee training psy and. an oppOr« tunlty to earn above average salary after training. We otter hoipltallratlOn, profit-sharing retirement plan, ' vtea- tlon with pay and a job with security. Call Mr. Donnelly between the hour! or 7 p. m. and 9:30 p. m., North American Hotel, for Interview appointment. _-^ Women Wanted —14 WAITRESS — Evening thlft L*L 03*. ilrl from il a. mT to or 7:tiO p. m. HAH Sandfrlch Shop. BABY SITTER wanted to lit < la home. 8 to 4. (08 Tremont. (First P.uhhshed April 3, 1959) (Last Published April 17, 19S9) State of Kansas, Franklin County, ss: In the Ptohate Court of Franklin County, Kansas. No. 10-340. In the Matter of the Estate of Retta Walter. Deceased. Notice of Hearing nn Petition for I'robato of Will The State of Kansas to nil person; concerned: You arc hereby notified that a petition has been filed In said court by I!a Owens as executor named In the will of paid, decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the will of Retla Walter, dated the 19th day of September, 1958, which Is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Ila Owens as executor of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to [lie your written defenses thereto on or Sefore the 27th day of April, 1959, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, In said court iu the city of Ottawa, In Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and decree be entered In due course upon Soc.tlor 2. That the City Clerk of salt! city shall mall to the owner ot each ot, tract and pleoe of ground described In Section One (M of thin Ordinance a written notice stating the amount of :he special assessment against the lots, racls and pieces oC pround so owned nnd the owner may, within thirty (3f)> 'lays from nnd after tho date of publication of tills ordinance, pay such assessment In lull to the Treasurer of Paid City, nnd such property shall not :hereafter be liable for any further assessment for the cost of such improvement or for any bonds that may be Issued therefor. Section 3. That bords shall be Issued iy the City of Ottawa, Kansas to pay he amount of the unpaid assessments nt the end ot thirty (30) days, and such unpaid assessments shall be collected annually in ten (10) equal annual Instruments, and the City Clerk of snld City shall hereafter ceitify annually to the County Clerk, at the time other taxes are certified, a full list of (he property liable for the cost of such Impievcmcnt, t'xcept such property upon which the nssesmont has been paid in full, together with the respective amounts due upon each lot, tract and Piece of ground, which amounts shall include the annual Tstallment and the fnteicst on nil unpaid balances for one year nt the rale of irterest such bonds may hear. Section 1. That this ordinance shnll take effect and be In force from and after Its rasstifre. approval and publication HS Movtdcd by law. Passed by (he Ooverninp Body of tlie Oily of Ottawa, Knntss, this 15th day of April. 1959, finri approved by the Mayor of said City this 15th day of April, 1959. K. E. ANDREWS. Attest: May0r ' DONALD R. CAPPER. City Cleik. ILA OWENS, Petitioner. DONALD L. WHITE, Attorney for Petitioner. (First Published April 17, 1959) (Last Published May 1, 1959) State of Kansas, Franklin County, *t: In the Probate Court of said County and State. In the Matter of the Estate of J. H. Alken, Deceased. Nollre of Hearing The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified t{iat a petition las been filed In said court by J. H. Foster, executor of the estate of J. H, Alken. deceased, praying for an order of sale of the following described real •state belonging to ca-ld estate for the purpose of paying the debts of said estate and taxes and expenses of administration, to-wit: Lots 17, 19 and 21. Block 11, of Bowles, Sheldon & Topping's Addition to tl.e C Ity of Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas; and you are hereby required to file vour written defenses thereto on or be- ore the 12th day of May, 1959. at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, In said court, n the City of Ottawa, Franklin County. Kansas, at which time and placa said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and decree will be filtered In due course upon paid petition. J. H. FOSTER, Executor. BOWERS & BOWERS, Attorneys. An (Published April 17, W59) OKniN.-llVCE Xn.. 21-11 ORDINANCE, Apportioning snd Levying Special Assessment To Pay the Cost of Constructing Lateral Sewers 'n Lateral Sewer District No. 130 In the City of Ottawa, Kansas. Be It Ordained by the Governing Body of the city of Ottawa, Kansas: Section 1. That the Governing Body of the City of Ottawa, Kansas, having provided for the construction of lateral sewuis in Lateral Sower District No 330 williln the City of Ottawa. Kansas, pursuant tc.i the provisions of Ordinance No. 2125 of said City, and having contracted therefor, and the cost of said Improvement having been ascertained to be f 10.437.2!) that Is chargeable to specific property within s.iid latera sewer district, and the appraisers duly appointed to make a fair and Impartial appraltement of the comparative value of the lots, tracts and pieces of ground liable for the cost thereof having returned to the Governing Body of said city their appraisement report, and the cnld Governing Body, at a Special Meet- Ing held for such purpose, due notice of which having boen given as pro- vlded hy law, having equalized, ap proved and confirmed said appraise ment report, there is hereby appor tloned, assessed and levied upon the following described lots, tracts and pieces of ground, the following amounts, the fume being the trial assessment ap portioned to cnrh, to-w||: Gleasnn's Addition. Block 2: txjts 1 2, S. 4. 5, C. 7 and 8. $123.00 each: Lots P and 10. SIS4.98 each; Lots 11. 12. 13 nnd 14. S15P.90 each: Lots 15 and 16. SIM.51 each; Lots 17 and 18, $311.61 each. Gleason's Addition, Block 5: Lots l and 2, each; Lots 3, 4, 5. 6. V R and 9, SM6.01 each; Lot 10, $150.41; Lot 11. $246.01; Lot 12, S1K0.41: Lot l.i $246.01; Lot 14. $1S0.41: Lots 15 16. 17 1R. 11, 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 27 and 2S. S24601 each; Lou 19 and 30. $328.01 each. Section 2. Tint the City Clerk ;,f said rity shall mall tn the owner nf each lot. tract and piece of ground df scribed in Section One (ll of this Ordi nance a written notice stating tlu amount of the special assessmen against the lots, tracts and pieces of ground so rwrrd and the owner rrmy within thirty (301 days from and after the date of publication of this ordinance nay such assessment In full to the Treasurer of said City, and such prop< erty si all not thereafter he liable for any further assessment for the cost o such improvement, or for any bonds thnt may be Issued thert'for. Section 3. That bonds shall be Issued by the City of Ottawa, Kansas to pay the amount of the unpaid assessment] said petition. Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (Local) ]3c per line Classified Display (National) 20o per line •peclal Discount Contract Rate* Available. Save 10%—PayCash 30% Discount OH Local ad* paid by 5 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a-m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out of trade territory, tc per word per Insertion, Ne discount. 1 Insertion per word 4c 3 Insertions per word 9c « insertions per word He 28 Insertions per line $3.00 Minimum charge TOe Canl of Thanks..4c per word—70c mln. I inch Lodge Notices, set with emblem fl.OO 3 insertions no change Lost and Found WAITRESS — Apply~tn person SHIy! 50-59 Grill. •• ••/ : WANTED—Office «ecret«y — . Typing shorthand, bookkeeping and general office work. Apply by letter tP Franklin County Extension Council, Ottawa. State qualifications. ' VV OMEN ~ everywhere — like Avon Co.inmics — there'is an exclusive • opportunity for you to be an Avon 'Representative in your neighborhood. Write Mrs. S. Mitchell, Box l&S, La,w- rence, Kansas. .' - •. • ~- General Services —*9 WASHINGS ft Ironings. Pho. CHHB& LIGHT .HAULING, Trash — CH GENERAL Light Hauling — "g WILL CARE for your .child IB- .your home. CH 2-1229. '__• "f LAWNS to mow. Phon« CH 3-33W. My- ion Blunk at Rayburn's. ' . . ' iAWN and Garden ear*. Cltuilni of, all . kind. CH 2-2042. ' . ; EAViis gutter, forced air bMtUC. 'IT* Meade. CH 2-3508. bBAP ' ANIMAL* T«mor»d. itakgari Rendering Co. Call collttt Ottai CH 2-1084. HENRY ALBAN — Hydraulic Jack vice, small engln* repair. N«w. ant _ jused Jacks tor salt. 7U Willow. i WALLPAPJCR remoTcit by steam. USA lag, papering, Conrad'* Ipray, Valit* «rs and Decorators. Pnoa* Cll UMa. lERIAL Spraying—Tor Information "in! estimates contact .Chuck 'L*Uut«r, phone CH 3-2846. LeM»ster' ipraylnf, Inc. . , ; COMPLETE LAWN care, hauling. > lUa*' gade Lawn Bervlce, GH 2-8644. •,", ' " McCRACKEN * ELECTRIC ; CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 24M0. . Small Engine v Headquarters Briggs & Stratton Clinton Homelite • - - and Others. '.' ORDA MILLS, Small Engb»'-' Specialist. ;'• Toro Lawn Mowers Sales 4 Str. SHELDON TRUCK.*/ ; *nti.wwi^ TRACTOR^ Phone CH 2-1461 Franklin ASC ". County Committee.; . *' Is Now . Accepting Bids for Mowing * f*r*& n* <*»i ; CCC Bin Sites; All bids must-.b'e; in'-By WED., April 22jid,;J Send in or Contact • Gordon Barnes At Franklin ASC' J County Office , ..?• 2nd & Walnut — Ottawa REWARD-Lost, ladles' to Herald office. purse. Return' Notices Personals —14 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. \Vflte" Box 281, Flione CH 2-4120, Ottawa, Kansas. Nurseries — Seeds — _ —16 STRAWBERRY plants, Senafdr Dun lap, $2.00 per hundred. A. F. Lewis, Brick Jiouge west of old .County Farm. PLANTS—Large vaficty~flow~ er 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. Men Wanted —19 Apprentice Printer Wanted Opening for young man, 17-24, to learn Printing trade under established apprenticeship program. Excellent working conditions and benefits. Only interested in men seeking permanent employment. Inquire Kansas State Employment Service 117 E. 2nd Street Livestock _^ ->-S4 FOR SALE—IS lightweight steers C'tfr- ford Carey, 4V4 miles northeast Rich- mend. ' • YOUNG Registered Polled • Hereford bulls. Walter Aaderrpn, 6 milei loutn Scranton. HERlFoSBlEuirTTri. old; hed'ie ^ ner posts. Walter ttyer, Baldwin. Pho. Baldwin :930. WHITE male "hog, 3~ large sho*t», J miles east on Logan, % §oulh. • ' WILL BUY oF~trad8~!3r~iooor~*oSJe'J Shorthorn bull calf, K. c. Imbler, __ WE ARE consigning ttT7hir T ~J r r»HRIii County Sales Co., April 18th: 12 «xtr» nice Jersey heifers. Some art «llrlbl« for papers. These are 8 to 18 moathi of age. All are calfhood vaccinated. These would make excellent 4-H. Club projects. KennethCorbett. . THE i'OLLOWIX6~WiirBena«id~irSi Franklin County Sale*. Co., Wli(H,i» * Locust Streets, Ottawa, Kan»u, Bat. urday. April 18. Ml»c«||an«>tt. will Kcll at 10:30 a. m. and livestock *il| start HHIIng at 13:30 p.'m.'M «rtr» nice Jersey helfere, tome are «ll|1hle tor pnpera, are from • to ll"m«i. of age, all are ealfhood vacrln*to4— these would make exceUent 4-H Clqk projects; i! Holsteln flrst-culf heifer* just fresh, calves by tide, ealfhood vaccinated; Jersey eow, T y r «. old ft good producer, test papers furnished: 2 Jersey flrft-calf heifers, hvy. »prin«> ers. calfhood vaccinated; Jersey first, calf heifer, just fresh, cslf by aid* calfhood vaccinated; !lrst-calf Guern^ sey heifer, just fresh, calf by aide calfhood vaccinated; first-calf Jersey heifer, calf by side, Just fresh, ealf. hood vaccinated: 12 head Whltefae* stock cows; 15 head anUefl-red a»a roan stock cows; several other odd head mixed stock cows; 13 head Hal. » UI Vh oc , k * tttrs - 3 exin «ood <uiaV ity Whlteface yearling past heifers;'ifl head mixed stock heifers; JS head mixed stock steeri; 25 head light. weight stock calves, already weaned- lots of baby calves; hogs of all tyi>es : 14 head of extra good quality weanl ling pig*; many sther odd head too numerous to mention; hay BMU wood, and miscellaneous. Fred Coo* Owner; Harold Stewart and Beatty. Auctioneer*.

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