The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 25, 1959 · Page 6
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Saturday, April 25, 1959
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Laff-A-Day ur Headache ^a8 still mowing In Western Kansas, fields just beginning to green up and our gal rtieter was still/ humming when Kansas' Congressmen begafl worrying about the wheat harvest In recent weeks they have been jumping Oiroajgh hoops to insure their farmer constituents •rnple boxcars to handle the harvest which won't'start until late June. ^Prl&fcflOfre tor another bumper crop have citiu&d this concern. Estimates are the U.S. wheat crop this year will total about 1.2 billion bushels. ^Ot this huge production, only about 500 mil- 'bushels will find its way into our and • ground Jnto flour for'bread. The rest will be ; added to that in storage. > j .We already have nearly 1.3 billion bushels in storage, bulk of which is owned by Uncle Sam. Little of it will ever be used for anything. The indications of a bumper wheat crop have brought cheers from farmers and merchants across the state. The railroads, faced with a major problem of moving it to storage, are happy, too. They'll be kept busy. The elevator' men, assured of full bins, too are elated. Also chortling are those who design and build elevators, those gleaming prairie castles which dot the Kansas landscape in increasing numbers. Too, the average working man . . .laborers, carpenters, cement finishers, welders. . . can be happy with the prospects of this huge wheat crop and more elevators. But the general public which digs deep at tax time to foot the bill for storing this wheat glut, shouldn't be so elated. The storage bill is growing to monstrous proportions under the present subsidy program which still finds farmers growing wheat to store for federal loan, not 1 for man's bread. It's a strange society which continues to cheer • national headache. This And That byjph .WASHINGTON — It is full spring in Washington. The cherry trees and the OAR have bloomed and gone, The parks are sparkling green, the flower beds bright. The trees are rapidly clothing their limbs. There should be-an upsurge of vigor and of new life at this season. But there isn't. The atmosphere is one of inaction, futility, and almost of despair. Hanging almost drearily over the capital is an administration which is old, tired, and counting its days. It has run out of ideas. It has lost the heart for trying to prevail over a politically opposing Congress It has no fresh blood for transfusions. It fills the vacancies in its top ranks by upgrading assistants for lack of anything better to do. JPH The word crisis continues to be applied to Berlin, but no one longer seriously believes it. May 27 will be another day, like all days, filled with diplomatic conversations to no immediate point. There is unspoken realization that the position on which this country still so stubbornly stands has become an unrealistic one, but nobody knows a better. A balanced budget continues to rank just after home, mother, and country as an object of veneration. Few on the Hill, however, are of • mind to achieve it at the expense of their own pet spending projects. So a deficit for the coming fiscal year is as inevitable as a »th day in next February. Elimination of costly rivalries through true unification of the Armed Services is another highly regarded proposition. But no one is striving hard to bring it about. The prevailing attitude is a defeatist one. The Services have grown too big to be handled successfully. In contrast to past times, there is a marked lifelessness here. The dominating father image Eisenhower originally represented has been replaced by a tired old man who has lost his zest for his job. For his age and his clinical history he may be in excellent health. The fact remains that, even with Congress in session, he has been away from Washington almost hall of the time. For the most part the Republicans have lost heart. Next year even the most optimistic of them will be running scared. The Democrats are loafing a little. They may be jockeying for positions in the coming campaign, but they haven't yet got up steam. They aren't stoutly battling the administration because there isn't enough of an administration left to make it a fight. There is a lull before coming storms. In Washington this is the year of the lame duck. Television Programs Channel 4, NBC Chaimel Ml, CBS Channel I, ABC SATURDAY Auld Lang Syne 25 Youri of Rantoul, was ill with diphth- Frank Rose, eria. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smothers, 943 Olive. Elijah Cole won the checkers championship at Ottawa High School, and John Flower won the ping pong championship. 50 Yean Ago Flora and Beeler, electrical workers, had the contract for^wiring and installing the new tungsten lights in the home of Amel Engwall, 819 Sycamore. , The foundation was being laid for a new home by J. R. Dodswortb, at 8th and Main. ; Rural Mail Carrier De Tar had the patrons OQ his route confused. He shaved off his mustache and bis customers thought a new man had taken over U* routa. "Good evening', I'm working my son's way through college!" Your Good Health i By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER I've received several letters in regard to epilepsy; each comes from a different state. But since epilepsy knows no state or national .boundaries, I'm going to answer these questions hoping that they will help similar problems of other readers. "In epilepsy caused by a brain tumor, after a convulsion is it possible to have high blood sugar? Is partial paralysis usual after such a I convulsion? Is mental deterioration rapid after such a convulsion? is surgery usually sue- fcessful?—B.V." The answers are t h a t [epilepsy may, occasionally, be [the result of a brain tumor, [but that is the exception, not I (he rule. Wide and wild variations in the blood sugar have (been observed, but not always Dr. Molner by any means. If there is "mental deterioration," it is the result of the tumor (if any) and hot from epilepsy generally. And it would take a wiser man than I am to say whether surgery is "usually" successful. If a tumor is present, the effectiveness of surgery must be Judged in the individual case. For epilepsy in general, surgery is not the answer. Only in rare instances is a tumor responsible, and in such cases your physicians will be able to determine that. , ; Another question: "Don't you think if the general attitude toward epilepsy could be enlightened, employment could be found for many epileptics?" The answer is: Yes. Epilepsy has no more to do with intelligence, usefulness, skill or responsibility than hiccups. A genius can have hiccups. So can a doit. The same is true of epilepsy. "I have a sister-in-law who had her last attack of epilepsy many years ago. My husband says there has been no epjlepsy in his family before. My sister-in-law has a keen memory but has several peculiar traits such as continually raising her eyebrows, staring, headaches, and a slur in her speech. "Is this type of epilepsy likely to occur in our children? Our young son has alwas been healthy. We want another baby but I am afraid I've created a problem for myself." Yes, you have "created a problem for your : self," because from what you tell me, I don't think you have described a case of epilepsy at all. It's something entirely different. '"Epilepsy" is blamed for lots of things that have nothing to do with epilepsy at all: Brain injuries, tics, convulsions, and nobody knows how much else. If in doubt — and you seem to be — talk to your own doctor or even pay the fee for talking to a specialist. It will set your mind at rest for the rest of your life. Finally, I'd like to call attention to an excellent book published within the last year, "Epilepsy: What It Is, What To Do About It," by Dr. Traoy J. Putnam. It is published as a Keystone Book by J. B. Lippincott Co., costs just over a dollar, and is excellent. Some have asked me if I have a leaflet on epilepsy. No, I don't. It takes a longer discussion than that to make much sense. Dr. Putnam's book (derived from some more technical books by him) is the sort of thing that gives you a clear picture. If you really care, ask your bookstore to get a copy for you, or write to J. B. Lippincott Co. in New York or Phiiadlphia, if you don't have a store in your vicinity. "Dear Dr. Molner: Can you tell me what causes cataracts to grow on the eyes? And Uj* they form again after being removed?—M.T." Injury, age, some diseases, and some factor* not yet known cause cataracts, this is a cloudif ness of. the lens in the eye; when the lens in' removed, there is no way, you see, for a cataract to recur. MRS. M.M.: Your doctors were perfectly frank and honest when you had cancer; why should they not be telling the truth to you now that you have whipped it? Just believe them. They've earned your trust. Count your calories the easy way! To receive a copy of my pamphlet, "The Calorie Chart," write me in care of Box 158, Dundee, 111., enclosing a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 5c in coin tor cover handling. 4—WetUni Il46 13— Movit 4 (Oft B—Robin Hood ft—TBA 13—Ooll 4:30 B—Advent. B—Lone Ranter IIM . : 4—Western S—Profll* 9—Rocket tone* 13-BI| P)ctur« ItM 6—N«w§ 13—Induitrjr • l4« 14—Your Question •too 4— Luilt 5—20th Century 9—3 Musketeers 13—New* • til M-W«ather m JO IS—Sport* • s>0 4—People Funny S—P. M**on »—Dick Clark 13—P. Mnon 7lOO 4—Perry Come 9—Jubilee 1t30 I—Wanted 0—Jubilee 13—Charlle Chan News From Richmond Area llOO 4— Black Raddle 6— Hollyw'd Piny 9— WelK 13— Hollyw'd Play • t30 4— Clmraaron 8— Have Gun 13 — Have Gun •too 5~nunsmoke 9— Muile 13— Ounimoke ti3fl 4— DA'i Mnn 6— Mike Hammer B— Shock 13— N.V. Conflden. IftiOO 4— Bowling 5— Movie 13— Newi 10:20 13— Bporti 10:30 13— Jubilee, USA 11 tOO 4— Newa 9— Movie 13— Movletlme 11:05 4— Movie It tOO 9-Slrn O« MISS MABEL CHANDLER } A-2 Lloyd Bures, stationed at Selfridge Base, Mich., has been granted a 16-day leave and is at tils home here while his father Pete Bures is being treated for a heart ailment at the Anderson County Hospital. Francis Hess, who made his home with his grandmother Mrs. Jane Setter, rural Richmond has been selected by the Central (Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa) State's Province of the National Catholic Newman Club Federation fi--Newi 12i2R ' switching Hour 1:80 13— Sign Off 2 tOO 5— Sign Off SUNDAY 8:00 •. m. 8— Homestead ]3—Lamp 1:30 I—Christophers 13—Look Up 1:00 S—Lamp Unto 9—Serenade 13—World of Id. • :SO 4—The Answer 5—Look Up 9—Science Heali 13—Christian Bel, • :4S 9—Musto 13—Last Word 0)00 4—Frontleri B—Id0*1 9—Let's Oo see 13—Dr. Peale tt«0 4_Why B—Camera 3 13—Face Nation 0:56 5— Newi 11:00 4—This Is Lift 6—Bowling 13—Movie ItM 4—Bible Answers 9—Porky Pig 1:00 4— Hop, Coxldy 5—Dr. Kildare 9—Movies 1:111 13—Bajeball 2:15 ]3— Game of Wk. 1:00 4—Builders 1:30 4—Front Row 5—Mill'n | Movie 1:30 9—By-Line 3:00 4—Law of West 0—Detective 13—T. Roosevelt 3:30 4—Star Perf. 9—Tlie Hunter 13—Racket Scjuad 4 tOO B—College B. •—Dateline 13—College Bowl 4isq 8—Amateur Hr. frrr-Jaim Dean 13—Amateur Hr. • :00 4—Meet Press 8—MlBS Brooks 9—Wlnchell 13—Drag. 5:30 4—Tugboat Annie 9—Lone Ranger 6—Muslt 13—20th Century 6:00 4—Newi B—Lniute 9—Ask For It 13—Lassie 1:30 4— Steve Allen 6 —Bachelor n—Mnverlck 13—Bachelor 7:00 4—Steve Allen 6—nit Sullivan 13—Ed Bullvan 1:30 4—N. Y. Confld'l B—Lawman S:M 4—Dinah Shore 5—6t. Loull 9—Colt .46 ]3—St. Loull »;30 9—Western Oun • too 4—Loretta Young 9—KU Choir 1:30 "—Ren Hunt S—My Line 9—Me Ore w 10:00 . ••—Theatre 6—Whlrly Bird! B—Newi 13—Newi 10:10 9—Muilc Man 10:15 4—Jack Paar 9—Theatre 10t30 6—Newi 13—Welk 10:35 6—Theatre 11:15 13—Movie Ilt3fl 9—Sign Off 31:46 4—Chan 12:00 4-Slgn Off 12:48 6— Sign Off News From The Rantoul Area By MRS. GALE GILBERT Mr. and Mrs. Richard Springer of Olpe visited his mother, Mrs. Waude Springer. She accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs. Robert Hubbard started working at the coat factory in Paola. Larry Kirkland, of U. S. Navy who has been visiting his moth er, Mrs; Mabel Kirkland, and oth er relatives left to return to duty in Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Goodfellow of Kan sas City have purchased the Dan caster farm and will move there in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stevenson and daughter of Argentine visile his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. R Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck an family of Lawrence visited he parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Byrn. "Mr. Newmanite of 1959." Hr. Hess is Mr. Newmanite for is outstanding leadership in the rovince, state of Kansas and lo- al Newman Club in developing more fully the intellectual, re- gious and social life of the Catho ic student in a secular college r university. Mrs. Margaret Edwards return' ,d from Florida. She has an apartment in Garnett for t h e lummer. Mmes. R. S. Gault, Oscar Newmaster, Alfred Sigler, and Virgil mith attended the W.S.C.S. con- ention in Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Severns spent he weekend with their daughter .frs. Jack Smith and family in Caney. The Fortnightly Club met with rfrs. Lee Perkins, Mrs. W. P. Duffey had the program. Misses Frances and Vera Cassity, Kansas City who were home 'or the weekend and Mrs. C. F Porter took ice cream and cake ,o Mrs. Grace Gowdys apartmen n Garnett Saturday evening hon oring her 88th birthday. Mrs. Melvin Kuiken and Mrs Chet Cline took Mr. Cline to the Topeka Veterans hospital for ob servation and treatment. The Willing Workers met with Mrs. Walter Lankard to quilt fo Mrs. Reppert. The Ottawa Herald 106-108 •. Main Published dany except Sunday an Holidays. Second class postage paid a Ottawa, Kansas. Robert B. Wellington Kdlto Guy Snedaker Publlshe •ubscrlptlon rates to trade area—E mall, one month .85; three month* C six months 13.76: one year 17. Subscription rate* outside trade are* — by mall, one month. 11.50; three month 14.26: llx months 18.00: one year IUV.O Hews From The Queriemo Area BALLY PERRY Mrs. Lula Schwanbeck of teeney returned to her home aft- a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thoureen, ylvia and Jim of Galesburg, 111., isited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crooks and family. Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs .yle Logan were Mr. and Mrs fim Logan and family of Lawrence, Lt. and Mrs. John Lo gan and Dian from South Dakota Ar, and Mrs/ Dick Logan and amily of Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walker and daughters were dinner guests in )skaloosa of his parents Mr. am Mrs. Glenn Walker. The Quenemo Booster Club mei and plans were made for a din ner meeting April 28. The topic to be discussed at this meeting will be oiling the streets of the city. The Willing Workers Club me with Mrs. Leo Casten. The club tied a quilt for Mrs. Casten and pitted fdtt ttftdri. A wv««i dish dinn«r was enjoyed at noom with 16 members and four guests. the Past Noble Grand Club met, with Mrs. Jasper Cade, 12 mem- jers wai present. Mrs. J o • Criqui acted as president, Mrs. Clarence Arb had the devotional*, Mrs: Minnie Townsend is a patient at the Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka. She had a cataract removed from her eye recently. Mr. George Jensen is in tht hospital at Herington with a kidney ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reed and family visited in Topeka with Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and son. Luce Nomination To Go To Senate WASHINGTON (AP)-Th« nomination of Clare Boothe Luce as ambassador to Brazil is scheduled to go to the Senate next Monday. The Senate Foreign Relations- committee recommended approv-f al of the nomination Thursday, The vote was 16-1. Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore), who cast the opposition vote, said he will continue his fight against the nomination on the Senate floor. tATUKDAT 6:30—Top of the Morning 6:30—Top of Morning 6:48—Weather Roundup 6:80—Top of Morning 7:30—Newi summary 7:40—Weather Forecast 7:45—Markets 7:60—Top of Morning 8:30—Newi Summary S:35—Top of Morning 9:00—Morning Devotloni B:18—Church Notes 9:20—KOFO Serenade SUNDAY , 8:00—Centropolls Bapt. 8:30—News Summary 8:35—Easy Melodies 9:00—Family Worship 9:15—The Christophers 9:30—Newi Summary 9:48—Easy Melodies 10:00—Flnt Bapt. Cr. KOFO Schedile 9:30—Newi nummary 9:38—KOFO Serenade 10:30—News Summary 10:35—KOFO Serenade 11:00—Bulletin Board 11:08—Around Town 11:30—Newi Summary 11:38—KOFO Serenade 12:00—People's Exchange 12:18—Farm Program 12:30—Newi Summary 12:4S—Noontime Weath. 12:80—Noon Tune Time 1:00—Rock Cbalk Radio 11:00 First Heth. Ch. (laic Sunday of Month Main Street United Presbyterian Church) 12:00—Music fr. Masteri 12:30—Newi Summary 12:48—Sun. Serenade 1:00—Music fr. Mt. Or. 1:30—News Summary 1:30—News Summary 1:36—KOFO Karavan 2:30—News Summary 2:36—KOFO Kara van : 3:00—Bulletin Board 3:05—KOFO Karavan 3:16—Service Program 3:30—News Summary 3:38—KOFO Karavam 4:30—Newi Summary 4:38—XOFO Karavan 8:30—News Summary 8:48— Sporta 6:00—Sundown Serenade) «:25—Newi * Weather 1:35—Musle fr. Album 2:08—Big Top Ten 2:00—Sport* Roundup 2:30—News Summarjr 2:38—Big Top Ten 3:30—Newi Summary 3:38—Big Top Ten 4:18—Serenade In Blu* 4:30—Newi Summary 4:45— Outdoor Sp. Ka». OTTAWA'S BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL GUIDE OPTOMETRISTS Arvid Berglnnd, O.O. OPTOMETRIST 316 S. Main OH 2-2706 Olin G. Wollen, O.D. OPTOMETRIST 110 W. 3rd CH 2-4308 A. G. Madtson, O.D. OPTOMETRin 205 8. Main CH 2-4233 Rodney McCIay, O.D. OPTOMETRIST Profess'l Bid*. CH 2-8791 MONDAY HlJO 4— Claiiroora • ;M S — Firm Facti 4— Today B — Newi 7:1S 5— Kangaroo 7:25 4— Farm Market 7:30 4— Today S:00 ». m. 4 — Today B— N«w» 13~Newi till) 5— Tak* I 11:15 6— Morning Bh'w 13— Kangaroo 8:JS 4— Today 8:30 4— Today 5— Jim Dean S— Romper Room 1:00 4 — Lot' i Learn 5— Life of Rlley 13— On The Go • :30 4— Treasure Hunt B— Godfrey 0— Dally Word 13— Godfrey 1:35 5— Selene* 10:00 4— -Price Ii Right 6— Love Lucy 9— WhUzo'i 13— Love Lucy Ut30 4— Concentrat'n B— Top Dollar 13— Top Dollar Prayer For Today Add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; and to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; and to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity. (II Peter 1:5-7.) PRAYER: 0 Thou Christ of God, sent to be the Saviour of the world, enter fully our lives that Thy virtues may be revealed in us. Assist us by Thy grace to develop Jhese marks of Christian maturity to Thy honor and glory, now and evermore. Amen. 4— Tle-Tac •—Love ol Ule B— Susie 13— Love of Lit* U:SO 4— Could B* Tou 6— Tomorrow 9— Happy Homo 13— Varletlea 11:48 6— Ouldlng Light U:(W 4 — Cartooni 5— Newt »— Q. Hamilton 13— Newi 11:06 5 — Teleichoo! 13— Newi UHS 13— Farm Report 4-Newi 12 ISA 4— Accent 6— World Tumi 9— Play Huneh 13— World Turn* 1:00 4 — Quoen for Day 5— News, W'th'r 0— Music Bingo 13— Jim Dean ItU 5-- Take Five 1:10 6— Interview 1:30 4— Baggil 5 — House Party 5— Follow Mon 13— House Party 1:00 4— Young Dr. Ma 6— PayoH B— Day in Court 13-PayoH S:30 4 — From Root* 6— Verdict t— Gale Storm 13— Verdict 3:00 4— Truth or Con. 5— Brighter Day 9— Amoi-Andy 13— Industry 111* 13—Secret Storm 3:30 4—County Fair 5—Krtgo ot NIKht 9—Who Vou Trust 13—Who Trust 4:00 4—P'ple Choice 5—Show 9—Bandstand 13—Bandstand 4:30 4—Film fl—Bandstand 4:45 4—Movie 1:00 13—Web's Pun T. • :30 9—Mickey Mous« 13—Gordon Elliott 5:440 5—Take Five •:45 B—Newi 13—Sport* 5:55 13—Weather COO 4—Newi 6-13—Newi 9—Superman 4—flporti B—Sporti 13—Weather 4—Newi 13—Newi B-Weatner 8—Personality • i30 4—Buckskin S—Name Tune 9—S. Temple 13—Name Tune 7:08 4—Restless Oun 5—Texan 13—Lawman 7:30 4—Wells-Fargo 5—Father Knows 9—Bold Journey 13—Mr. DA 8:00 4—Pete Ounn B—Danny Thomas 9—Firestone 13—Danny Thomas 8:30 4—Theatre B—Ann Bothern 9—Top Pro Golf 13—Ann Sothern COO 4—Art Murray 5—Playhouse 13—Ball-Arnex • :30 4—Rescue Eight 9—Dlst. Atty. 10:00 4—Newi 5—Sportsman's 9—Newi 13—Newi 10:10 4—Weather 9—Sam Molen 10:15 4—Jack Paar 9—News 13-Weather 10:10 13—Dev Nelson 10:30 4—Paar 9-Murder Till 13—Movletlme 10:35 5—Theatre U:00 4—Jack Paar UlOO •—Dally Word ' 13—Sign Off 11:05 9—Sign Of 11:30 6—News 11-35 6—Late Show 1:10 B_8tgn Off CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Paul S Hughes CHIROPRACTOR 420 S. Cedar CH 2-2186 Dr. 8. M. Brockway Chiropractor 114 W. 2nd CH 2-2888 Dr. Don L. McKelvey Chiropractor 118 W. 2nd CH 2-2388 B. C. CAPRON D. C. Physiotherapy Ground Floor Office Phone CH 2-4100 113 East Third Res., CH 2-2270 PHARMACY Is Our Business Your Prescription Will Receive Our Careful Attention BRISCOE DRUGSTORE NEW LOCATION 847 S Main CH 2-4133 VETERINARY SERVICE Don Collins Insemination Technician 428 8. Maple CH 2-1758 VETERINARY SUPPLIES HESS.FRANKLIK and others. Mann-Bell Drag Store 601 N Main CH 2-8924 Walter L. Murray Insemination Technician Dial CH 2-3655 BEAUTY SHOPS Pin-Curl Beauty Salon 1027 Cottonwood Millie Bngles — John Feuerborn Phone CH 2-3395 Professional Beauty Salon Juanita Hooton 403 S. Main CH 2-5492 Fredanne Beauty Shop We specialize in Permanent Waving and Hair Styling Vera Kunard Mary Lou Murray Maye B Snyder, owner 111 W. 2nd CH 2-5120 Kut 'N Rnrl We offer a complete beauty program. Leota Hartpence 132M, S. Main CH 2-2998 Children's Orthopedic Foot Correction Propr-Bilt SHOES Recommended by Leading Foot Doctors Ail Over the World. Professionally Fitted and Sold Exclusively in Franklin County At RICHARDSON'S SHOE STORE 212 S. Main MEDICAL DIRECTORY 3. F. Barr, M.D. SURGERY Professional Bf. CH 2-1268 Frank A. Tramp, M.D. Internal MeActnt and Profe«s'l Bid;. CH 2-1620 Louis N. Speer, M.D. General Medieine and Swfery Office: 1M W. Fourth Phone CH 2-1257 RM. Phone CH 2-8401 David G. Laury, M.D. General Medicine and Obstetrics Pnfessiraal BnOdinf Office CH 2.1620 Rea. CH 2-1227 B. A. Goffier, M.D., ' •MIery - General MeHdM CH2-1182 Re^CH 2-2898 Profession! Binding Denning Broo. 484 8. Main CH 2-2641 Sylva Lof green, M.D. Victor J. Lofgreen, M.D. Physicians and Surgeons 3rd ft Walnut CH 2-2126 R. S. Roberts, M.D. Professional Bafldiaf target? — MedidM Office CH 2-4825 Ret. CH 2-1594 For Prompt Ambulance Service Call CH 2-1331 THE ANTHONY CLINICAL LABORATORY , Gladys Anthony ^ Allergies, Bacteriology, Serology Hematology, Bio-Chemistry, Parasitology Room 15, Professional Bldg. Ph. CH 2-5296 Home CH 2-8407 OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN HOMER N. FLORA, D.O. OBteopathic Physician Medicine and Surgery Zellner Building Phone CH 2-3748 Phone CH 2-3844 DAVID L. YOUNG, D.O. Medicine Physical Medicine 222 E. 3rd St FINANCIAL PRINTING SSSfflr-^!: Praptcm »(X» rtqiml from KM MltaMl dUtilbulcx and invntanil DIVEBSIFIED SERVICES, DUO. Zone Manager HAZEN L. RICHARDSON 716 S. Main CH 2-2773 Ottawa, Kansas We Do Job Printing Letterheads Envelopes Statements Wedding Invitation* Social Stationery We Do Offset Printing Business Form* Ruled Forms We Do Commercial Mimeographing DD3DE OFFICE SUPPLY Gift Shop Printing 308 S. Main CH 2-4860 106 E. Second Phone CH 2-4215

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