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OTTAWA. HBRA1D Memd&y, April 20, 1959 Briefs OHawtins attending tile S t a t e Chamber of Commence meeting in Kansas City, Kas., include Pegg Carr, local manager, F 1 o y d Colfman, Ottawa chamber president, Mr. and Mrs. J, R, Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weien. Cheney is a candidate for state director Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. - Adv. Notice:—There will be a meet- Ing of the Lane Telephone Subscribers at the Methodist Church annex, 8:00 pm. Tuesday April 21 ,All subscribers & future subscribers are urged to attend. Northern Kans. Telephone Co. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Klein, 921 N. Poplar, have returned from Fostoria, Ohio, where they visited for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Everett and daughters, Marcia, Diana and Nancy. Mrs. Everett is a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Klein. Stock Car Races, Sat. Nile, 7:30. Adv. Jackie L. Reddlck. seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Nina Reddick, 403 E. 4th, serving aboard the ,tank landing ship USS Rice County, took part in the Pacific Fleet's second 1059 amphibious landing exercise, "Operation Big Land," off the Southern California coast and Camp Pendleton, Calif. Wiliiamsburg Wild Life meeting, Legion Hall, Wiiliamsburg Mon. eve. April 20, 8 p.m. Adv. Princeton senior play cast was entertained at breakfast Friday at Hill House by Harmon McBee and guests were Lois Roberts, Mary Whiteford, Janice Brockus, Lois Ecord, Kay Coats, Nola Cole. Arlene Cannady, Floyd Heckman, Gale Humlston, Roy Pointer, Dick Fishburn, Douglas Peace and Jackie Shepherd. \ ' Leader Of Brief Bolivian Revolt Takes Own Life LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) - The leader of Sunday's short-lived revolt committed suicide after his rightist uprising was crushed, the government announced today. At least 22 persons were slain, and more than 50 were wounded in the course of the attempted coup. The government of this poverty plagued nation said Oscar Unzaga de la Vega, head of the Falange parly, took his life Sunday night in a house in the outskirts of this capital in which he had hidden. His bodyguard, Juan Gallardo, also shot himself to death, the gov ernment announcement said. President Hernan Silcs Suazo announced the defeat of members of the Falange party who tried to seize the city hall Sunday, attacked an army barracks and marched on the government radio station and municipal offices. Government forces broke up the attacks and then began a cleanup of Falangist rebels. Many of the wounded were re ported to be bystanders caught in ihe crossfire between governmenl forces and insurgents. Two insurgent leaders were cap lured; Rafael Loayza, a retiree colonel, and Luis Saenz. A government radio station said Siies had declared a state of siege —modified martial law—throughout the country. WESTWARD, HO! — Prulrle schooner* and n rider move along a street at Independence, Mo., on the «:art of a 2,020-mile Oregon Trail journey to Independence, Ore. The cavalcade of seven wagons, part of the Oregon Centennial celebration, Is made up of Oregonlans who expect to take 100 days for the trip. There were no reports of trouble outside of La Paz, The government said it held control of all provincial copiluls. Official reports from Cochabamba and Oruro said peasants and workers hail joined the government militia in controlling those cities. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Franklin County Well Child Clinic will be held in the Co-Op rooms Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. For appointments call Mrs. Fred Kissinger, CH 2-4503. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now — avoid penalty. Adv. John Colvin, finance officer for the Osawatomie Slate Hospital, spoke to the Ottawa Noon Lions Club today on the functions of the finance office. Rummage Sale Memorial Auditorium, Afternoon April 20-21. Princeton Community. Adv. Dr. H. N. Flora will attend a child health clinic in Kansas City tomorrow. One Cited After Wreck An accident which occurred Saturday resulted in a Police Court citation for a SB-year-old Ouk Creek, Colo-, man. It was one of the two accidents which happened in Ottawa since Saturday. Charged with falling to stop at a red light was Ernest Moyer. H« posted a $25 bond for his appearance in court Tuesday, Police officers said Moycr was going soulh at 4th and Main al .1:44 p. m. Saturday when his truck collided at the intersection with a car driven by Suzanne Wassmer, 33, 1220 S. Hickory. They estimated damages to Moyer's truck as minor. The other mishap occurred at 3 a. m. today on the 200 block, South Main, when a car driven by Dorothy Baker, 48, 513 S. Syca> more, and a school bus driven by Clarence Colton, 57, Le Roy. collided. The Baker car was backing from the curb and the bus was going north when the two vehicles collided, officers said • Officers estimated damages to the Baker car as minor. Deaths Covered Wagons Begin Jaunt On Oregon Trail KANSAS CITY (AP) — Seven covered wagons left neighboring Independence yesterday, bound for Oregon. After a wet and chilly day on the trail, they have 2,000 miles to go. Twcnly-one persons are aboard the wagons. They plan to,follow the old Oregon Trail from Independence, Mo., to Independence, Ore. Re-enactment of the epic trek of the frontier west is part of Oregon's statehood centennial celebration. The train made 20 miles from the town square in Independence its first day. Camp was made at Hie Red Bridge farm south of Kansas City last night. Former President Harry S. Tru> man, as honorary wagon master, started the caravan on its way. Several hundred persons were on hand to watch the departure. The trip is expected to take 100 days. From Kansas City, the wagons head west to Topeka, Kan., then northwest through Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and into Oregon. Lyle Cordle Buys Garnett Shoe Store Lyle Cordle, 729 S. Cedar, has resigned his position in the Ottawa Herajd mechanical department and is moving to Garnett. He has purchased the Bay Shoe Store in Garnett from Jack Bay Shoots Herself After Slaying Two Daughters CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP)-A 23- year-old woman who police say who has operated it the past shot and killed her two young four years. Cordle will take over management of the store on May 4. He has been employed by the Herald the past 3V4 years. Ho moved his family to Garnett over the weekend. daughters is in critical condition at St. Elizabeth Hospital here today after an unsuccessful suicide attempt. Officers said Esther Detisch of Covington, a Kentucky community across the Ohio River from here, Order Returns In Long Cotton. Mills Strike HENDERSON, N.C. (AP) - Order returned to the karriet-Hen- derson Cotton Mills today, its violent five-months-old strike officially ended. The early first shift of workers reported as usual, but the lines of angry strikers and squads of high way patrolman were absent. This mill town, scene of rock throwing, fighting and almost nightly dynamite blasts, began to slip back into its old pattern. The mills, which had been operating on a limited basis since Feb. 16, scheduled a second shift later today. A third shift will be added next Monday. Boyd Payton of Charlotte, Carolines director for the Textile Workers Union of America, said only about 25 of 900 union members voted aganist ratification of a new one-year contract Sunday. The strike started last Nov. 17 after the company insisted that an arbitration clause be removed from a new contract. After the mills reopened, two other issues developed — seniority rights of striking and non-striking workers and a union dues checkoff clause. Payton said arbitration will apply for all disputes concerning disciplinary action. All other matters will be subject to arbitration by mutual consent. The union will have the right to strike in the event the company refuses to arbitrate. Workers hired since the mills reopened Feb. 16 will retain their jobs. Payton said there will be no checkoff of union dues but the company agreed to erect dues collection booths at each mill. Settlement of the strike came Friday night after Gov. Luther Hodges intervened. Negotiations for a wage increase, not involved in this contract, will be started within 56 days, Payton said. An estimated $1,357,000 was lost in wages during the 23-week strike. Car Damaged In Crash Near Pomona A one-car accident two miles northeast of Pomona Sunday morning resulted in major damages to the auto, the sheriff's office reported today. Driving the car was Ilene Bowman, 31, Pomona, Sunday at 11 a.m., the report said. She told investigating officers she hit the bridge after swerving to avoid hitting a water hole in the road. The turn threw the car into a skid. Men Wanteff____^zJJ XfE-N~WANfSiD to dig everereen«. Every man JIM the opportunity to earn bonus. Apply lr. perron at oj»cc, Jm and Cherry, after S:00 p. «4. WI11U Nursery Co. —._ PFoRfOMfr'fSF'Tnarrled man, 2tjo 39, with car to take over Jocal «»tM>- lUhed rcule. Must have good refer- enccs and appearance. If qualified can guarantee JlflO per week to start. Contact Mr. Westcrvett at North Amcr- lean Hotel Wednesday, April 22 at 7.00 p. m.. for interview. See UNITED ELECTRONICS Laboratories "OPPORTUNITY" ad under "INSTRUCTIONS" in this paper. (First Published April 6, 185D) (Last Published April 2(1. 1859) In the Prohale Court of Franklin County, Knimni. In the Matter of the Kstate of Sara C. Nlsoly, Deceased. No, 10-17-1 Notice of Hearing on retltlon for Final folllcnirnt The State of Kansas to all persons toncerned: You are hereby notified that a poll- Ion ha» been filed In salrt Court by Charles E. Nlsely, executor of the Will of Sara C. Ninety, Deceased, praying for a final settlement of sold estate, approving hla acts, proceedings and accounts as executor, allowance for attorney's fees, and expenses; and also praying that the Court determine the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate and acslgn I!ic same In accordance with the will of Sara C. Nlsely, deceased; and you are hereby required to fllo your defenses thereto on or bo. fore the 30th day of April, 1959, at 1(1 o'clock A.M , on said day, !n said Court. In the City of Ottawa. Franklin County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fall therein, Judgment and derco will be entered In due course upon said Openings available in Retail Sales Field for .Young Men preferably with Service obligation fulfilled. On - the - job training with good pay and vacation benefits. Terrific potential in this field with ideal working conditions. Write Box G-44 Ottawa Herald petition, CHARLES E. NISELY J. L. RHF.LDEN, Attorney for Petitioner. Petitioner. CHRIS FRANK Services for Chris Frank, 80, longtime Greeley citizen, were held today at Farris Funeral home in Garnett. Burial was in Greeley cemetery. Mr. Frank died Saturday night . in Anderson County Hospital, Gar- Ir °") Wide Alert For Missing Family BUTLER, Pa. (AP)-State po- jlice put out a 13-state alert today 'for a Butler County family reportedly overdue on a trip back home Ohio. nett. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Lydia Cunningham, New Orleans, La.; Mr s. Lena Wood, Rockford, Mich.; and Mrs. Vera Holmes, Colorado; and one son, Kenneth, Lawrence. Balanced Budget Not Major Issue WASHINGTON (AP)-The new Republican national chairman predicts budget balancing will not be a major issue in the 1960 presidential election. But the chairman, Sen. Thurston B. Morton (R-Ky), added that inflation, "if we let it get out of hand," would be an issue. Morton said on a television program Sunday he does not expect the budget for fiscal 1960 to be balanced. But he said unemployment, the farm program and foreign policy will emerge as the main issues in 1060. Morton, predicting the Republicans would win the presidency, said Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York would battle for the GOP nomination. The chairman also said. Adlai Stevenson would win the Democratic nomination for a third time if the Democrats become deadlocked at their convention. The family left Beloil last Thurs day after visiting Anna Mae Armitage. daughter of Chester Perkins, 54. Perkins, with his wife, Elizabeth, 48; his father, John, 79; and a son, Harry, 26, are being sought. Ethel Lombardozzi, daughter of the e'.der Perkins, told police she had not heard from the four since they left Bcloit. She said they were due back at their home in nearby Fenellon last Thursday. Mrs. Lombardozzi resides in Butler. Fenelton is about 90 n,'es from Beloit. West Virginia State Police said they were without a clue in the mysterious disappearance of two Clarksburg, W.Va., women. Juanita Ferguson, 50, and Virginia Conley, 54, disappeared April 8 while motoring home from Beckley, W.Va. The last place they definitely were seen was at Stilton, W.Va., 72 miles south of Clarksburg and some 225 miles south of Butler. Beloit is almost due west of Butler. Soft Drink Official Dies NEW YORK (AP) — Soft-drink magnate Alfred N. Steele, husband of actress Joan Crawford, is dead at 57. He died in his sleep of a heart attack early Sunday at their lavish penthouse, just off Fifth Avenue. Miss Crawford found him dead in bed about 9:30 a.m. He had gone to bed around midnight, commenting he felt unusually tired. Miss Crawford was placed under a physician's care. In 10 years with Pepsi-Cola, Steele introduced radical changes that tripled sales. He was board chairman and executive officer of Pepsi-Cola at his death. Sleele would have been 58 Friday. He had just finished a whirl- A-ind six-week business trip with Joan, and they were to leave today on a 10-day vacation to Ja- naica. * + * Visited Ottawa Steele and Miss Crawford visit;d Ottawa in April of 1957 to al- end the opening of the new Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. plant at 300 W. 17th. Trainmen To Ask 14 Per Cent Pay Increases CLEVELAND (AP)-A 14 per cent pay increase will be sought ay the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen for its nearly 200,000 members in negotiations on a new contract this year. This was announced today by W. P. Kennedy, brotherhood president, who said notices of the union's demands are being sent to the nation's railroads. He said the demands are based on recommendations of the brotherhood's wages-rules committee and have been adopted by the union's general chairmen's association. The BRT, which represents brakemen, conductors, yardmasters and dining car employees, also is asking that the cost-of-living bonus be added to the basic rates before the 14 per cent boosl is computed. The bonus, at present 13 cents an hour, is based on the rise or fall of the cost-of-living index. tilled the girls, Cynthia, 6, and Kathy, 5, Sunday as they slept. A short time later she shot herself in the chest, police said. Mrs. Detisch apparently was despondent over losing her job last month as clerk in the Covington city assessor's office, authorities said. She was fined $125 for breach of the peace and resisting arrest after refusing to move her car from a parking lot reserved for city officials. She was suspended from her job March 24, and resigned two weeks ago as the time neared for a Civil Service hearing on her case. Mrs. Detisch, who worked nights as a hat check girl at a nearby night club, was separated from her husband. (First Published In The Ottawa Herald April 20. 195D) (Last Published In The Ottawa Herald May 4, 19591 In the District Court of Franklin Counly Kansas. Case No. 21-221 Juanlta Hake, Plalntilf, V3. Jimmy W. Rake, Defendant. Notice of Suit The State of Kansas to Jimmy W. Rake: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Franklin County, Kansas, by Juanlta Hake, praying for an absolute decree of divorce from you, Jimmy W. Rake, custody of minor child, and such other equitable relief as the court may deem proper, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before June 3rd, 1959. In said court at Ottawa, Kansas. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered In due course upon said petition JUANITA RAKE, Plaintiff. OUEASON, GLBASON, DOTY * LOGAN, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Apprentice Printer Wanted Opening for young man, 17-24, to learn Printing trade under established apprenticeship program. Excellent working con« ditions and benefits. Only interested in men seeking permanent employment. Inquire Kansas State Employment Service 117 E. 2nd Street Local Markets Barley $ .90 Beans 2-05 Wheat 1.78 Make Plans For Grange Picnic Pomona Grange discussed plans at the Saturday evening meeting for the Grange Picnic Aug. 2, and William 'Rice appointed Dale Van Horn, Glenn Gillette and Fred Shoemaker as the committee. Appointed to a committee for a booth at Franklin County fair were Dean Hoopes, Fred Kissinger and F. G. Lohman. Clifford Hunter was elected steward and J. G. Lytle as gate keeper. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wherry were accepted for membership. A memorial service was conducted for B. M. Ottaway by chaplain Mrs. Glenn Gillette. Mrs. J. G. Lytle, home economics chairman, gave a judging report. Men and Women Wtd. —23 MAN OR WOMAN wanted to handle distribution of nationally advertised Watkins Products In city of Ottawa, Serving hundreds of satisfied customer!. Excellent opportunity. No Investment. Weekly profits of J60 and up possible. Write Watklns Co., D-74, Wlnona, Minn. Rye .80 White and yellow corn 1.00 Shelled Oats 1.05 Polaris Test Rocket Fired The basic rate for conductors under the present three-year contract which expires Nov. 1 ranges from $18.11 to $19.91 a day and that for brakemen ranges from $16.39 to $17.83, depending upon the type of service and the area in which they work, a union spokesman said. The rates for yardmas- lers and dining car employes vary according to the railroads for which they work. .70 Milo 1.70 Butterfat 53. .50 Straight Run Eggs 17 Graded Eggs 23, .20, .17 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks 05 Light Hens .06 Marriage Licenses Richard Lee Flpglns, 22, Fort Leonard Wood, MP., nnri Barbara Elizabeth Fields, 18, Qucnemo, MWCUnSTOM TVs FOR Rent Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs. Nora Bunch, 511 W. 2nd; Larry Forsythe, 327 Maple; Saturday. Glen Howard, 1027 Grant; Mrs. John R. Christian Sr. Pomona; Higinio Escobar, 825 King: Sunday. Tommie and Ronnie Taylor, 726 W. 5th; Mrs. Thelma Nicholson, 507 Ash; today. Births Mr. and Mrs. William Lucas, Hearing Opens On Indian Claims OMAHA (AP)—A two-man Indian Claims Commission board opened a hearing here today to fix the amount of a Pawnee Indian judgment against the federal government. Involved is 23 million acres In Kansas and Nebraska lost by the Pawnees to the white man between 1833 and 1876. Attorneys said the hearing may last through the week. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. <AP> — The Navy's trouble-plagued Polaris test rocket rumbled aloft today. The 28-foot missile, that ultimately will be fired from ocean prowling nuclear submarines, gushed out a big trail of black smoke as it rose at 10:30 a.m. It was the first appearance of the Polaris at the cape since Feb, 27 when the trim rocket broke up shortly after liftoff. The Polaris is the same shape and size as the operational version. Today's was the sixth flight in seven months as a two-stage rocket. On the previous trips the missile exploded three times and fizzled in the sky on two other efforts. The solid-fuel rocket, crowned with a bright orange nose, left a black trail in its wake as it knifed through a thick bank of clouds. Lawrence, daughter born Sunday, ! weight, 7 lb., 4 oz. Dismissed Donald E. Cochran, Williamsburg; Mrs. George Scott, 315 E. 13th; Mrs. Stanley Gilmore and baby son, 922 S. Sycamore; Mrs. Thelma Nicholson, 507 Ash, Keith Kramer, 814 N. Main; Saturday. Patricia and Michael Ratliff, 612 S. Locust; Mrs.. John Cornell; Princeton; Mrs. Nora Bunch, 511 W. 2nd; Mrs. Adna Wemmer, Princeton, transferred to St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City; Sunday. Mrs. Charles Finch, Rantoul; today. MORE PROFIT EASIER Two Jobs LUSK, Wyo. (AP)-Frank Bozart has resigned as police chief here to devote more time to his other job — pastor of the Lusk Open Bible Church. JOHN DEERE TRACTORS They USE LESS FUEL Have Lowest Maintenance Cost Have Highest Trade-In Value Are MOST MODERN Ottawa Tractor & Imp, Co., Inc. E. 2nd For Enduring Memorials and Fine Monuments TOWN & COUNTRY MONUMENTS J. E. LIDIKAY, Owner You are welcome to stop in and see our large display without obligation. 14 mile north of Ottawa on Hwy. 59. P. 0. Box 84 Dial CH 2-5640 Ottawa, Day or Evening Want Ads Phone CH 2-4700 Classified Display (Local) 13c per line Clajsified Display (National) 20c per lln« Special Discount Contract Rates Available. Save 10%—PayCash 10% Discount on Local adi paid by C p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out of trade territory, Sc per word per Insertion, N« discount. 1 insertion per word 4c 3 Insertions per word DC .6 Insertions per word 14c 2( insertions per line 13.00 Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks..4e per word—70c mln. I Inch Lodge Notices, let with emblem fl.OO 2 Insertion! no change fl.iO Lost and^ Found ^8 LOST— Blue~parakcet~WTfi get on linger. Revnid. Mrs. T. W. Henshaw, 31!) E. 9th, phone CH 2-2684. Salesmen or Saleswomen We will employ 2 men or women, ages 25 to 39, to work in Ottawa area selling a complete line of health and accident and hospitalization insurance. Excellent earnings plus free insurance and retirement program. 25% renewal commission. 74% of our agents earned over $7,200 in 1958. You are welcome to see our records. Write Room 2, Shawnee County Medical Society Building, 315 West 4th, Topeka, Kansas, giving age, employment record, address or phone number. Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS — Evening ghlft. LAL Cafe. WANTED—Girl from 11 a. m. to 8:08 or 7:00 p. m. RAH Sandwich Shop. BABY SITTER wanted to alt In my home. 8 to 4. 808 Tremont. WOMEN to take names for new City Directory. Must be good spellerg and plain writers. Walking required. Apply In r-erson Tuesday after 11:00 a. m., or Wednesday—City Directory office. 32U'/4 S. Main.. General Services —29 WASHINGS_& Ironings. Pho. CH 2-2613. LIGHt HAULING, Trash — CH 2-26857 GENERAL Light Hauling — CH 2-1424T WANTED—Ironing to do In my horn el Phone CH 2-5221. LAWNS to mow. Phone CH 2-3389. Myi Notices —9 LOVER: I have a gift for you from Davis Paint Store. Please come home.— LONELY. Ottawa Lodge No. 18, A.F. & A.M. Stated Communication, Tuesday, April 21st at 7:00 p. m. Work in the Second Degree. Loren A. Ames, W. M. Charles W. Watts, Sec'y Retta Conclave No. 8 True Kindred Stated Meeting, April 20. Balloling and Men's Night. Lav-erne Pence, W.C. Lola Sellers, Sec'y. ron Blunk at Rayburn'a. WAVEs gutter, foTceT~air~heaflngr Meade. CH 2-3508. "IFi DEAD ANIMALS removed. Studinl Rendering Co. Call collect OtUwa—4 CH 2-1064. HENRY ALBAN — Hydraulic Jacl»er- vlce, small engine repair. New and used Jacks lor sale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER removed by iteam. P»in& lag, papering. Conrad's Spray, Paint- era and Decorators. Phone CH 2-S2M. AERIAL Spraying— For Information and estimates contact Chuck LeMaster, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaster Spraying, __ __ _____ __ DO~ES YOUR SILO need repair or re- glazed? Be In Ottawa Next week. Kansas Silo Repair Co., pho. CH 2-3271 (The SIJo Man). __ COMPLETE" LAWN care, hauling. Renegade Lawn Service, CH 2-3644. _ Harry Has... Power Mowers Up to 299.95 All sizes — In push type, self- propelled and riding mowers. We offer one of the most complete selections in town — you'll find the mower and price you like. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 South Main Phone CH 2-1522 Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 'OR SALE—Strawberry plants: Dunlop- Roblson, $1.50 per hundred. CH 2-54bO. 1028 _N^ Cedar. STRAWBERRY plants, Senator Dunlap, $2.00 per hundred. A. F. Lewis, Brick house west of old County Farm, McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 nstruction —18 OPPORTUNITY For ambitious men, ages 17 to 50, from East Kansas area, in Industrial Electronics and Guided Missile Field No previous experience needed. Must be willing to spend one hour a day, four days a week, on short, practical industrial training using actual equipment under the guidance of our engineers. Arrangements will be made for those accepted so that training will not interfere with present employment. Posi tions for which this training will qualify you currently pay from $90 to $140 per week. If you have a sincere desire to better yourself with a steady job and income, we will be glad to discuss these opportunities with you. No obligation for strictly, confidential interview with our bonded personnel man, Please write UNITED ELECTRONICS LABORATORIES, Box J-44, Ottawa Herald, giving age, address, working hours at pres ent. MOORE CHEV - OLDS We Rent Cars Do Your Own Rugs. with the Clark Professional Rug Cleaning Equipment now available at Malott's- Rent it by the day or week". MALOTT'S Hardware 116 S. Main CH 2-4565 Small Engine 'Headquarters Briggs & Stratton Clinton Homelite • • - and Others. ORDA MILLS, Small Engin« Specialist. Toro Lawn Mowers Sales & Ser. SHELDON TRUCK * ji luuu/wii TRACTOR CQ Phone CH 2-1463 Livestock —34 YOUNG Registered Polled HefefoFd bulls. Walter Anderson, 6 miles soutb Scranton. 16 HAMP CroBS~th7ifty' pigs, "3~monthT $15 each. 4 miles east, 2',j south Rock Creek. Dale Zelgler. FOR SALE—15" lightweight stie"rsT~Clii- ford Carey, 4V4 miles northeast Rich- mend. Farm Equipment _ —35 4 H. P. riding garcfen tracior7~complefe tillage and mowlrtK equipment. 1154 N, Cherry.

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