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: tS JtSJRALB Wednesday, April 29, 1953 News Briefs Mr*., tvey, F t a n k- lin 1 County register of deeds, returned this week from a trip to Klngsville, Tex., where she visited her son, LU j.g. Franklin Ivey, a legal officer and flight instructor who is stationed there. She was 'accompanied by " her daughter, Barbara Ivey, who is on leave from Orleans, France. See and Hear Evangelist Z. E. Miles Salvation-Healing Campaign at the Pomona Assembly Of God Church. Services Every Night this week. Adv. Officers for the Ottawa Junior High Kays, an all-Junior High boys organization, were elected at & meeting this morning. They are BUtch Larios, Shofner, vice president; president; Lorcn Jackie Thompson, treasurer; Bob Nordyke, secretary; Charles Gaynor, student council representative: and Jim Haworth, program chairman. Chappell Cleaners, CH2-3832. Adv. Eighteen more coyote scalps were turned in to the Frankiln County clerk's office for bounty, Bruce Spears reported today. Ray Pope, RFD and Frank 2, had eight scalps Mathias, Princeton, had 10 scalps. They collected ?2 for each scalp. Ellis Piano Tuning. Ph. CH 2-4431. Poplar Ridge School, Miami County, District 36, visited Ottawa Tuesday, stopping off f o r tours of the Ottawa Herald, Bennett Creamery and Ottawa Steel There were 29 students and several adults. bnly One more day—Thursday Is the last day you can join The Ottawa Savings & Loan FREE Gift Club—Choice of FREE Silver ware or Shrubbery. Don't delay— Thursday i* the day. ' Adv. Three Ottawa University classes and their teachers visited an organ factory in Lawrence yesterday. Those going were Prof. E. G. Dick and one of his physics classes, church and choral class with Prof. Edgar D. Kerr, and college organ students of Mrs. Kerr. They also visited the newly decorated Episcopal Church and some of the students played the organ. For your Springtime Fashions call — Styl-Art Beauty Salon Hairstylist — Grace Allard, Mildred Hull, Bonnie McBride—Goldie Marie. 310 So. Main, Pho. CH2-1347. Adw. Sterling Brooks, 24, 721 King, was cited to appear in Franklin County Court on charges of driving a vehick not properly registered and displaying a fictitious license tag. He was cited April 2R )y State License Examiner Kenneth Cook. Beautyland, CH2-4347, Mozelle Gagne - Jo Rilcy - Bula Cummings. Adv. Connie May Wclcn, 106 N. Locust, by her mother, Cecil L. Wlswell, ft).sd suit for divorce n District Court against Dale K. Weien on the grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty- They were married May 31, 1057, at Garnett, and have one child. Stock Car Races, Sat. Kite, 7:30. Adv. Many US Firms Setting Up Shop In Switzerland Michigan Will Issue No Checks This Week By SAM DAW8ON AP Business News Analyst GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) The junior executive, American style, is becoming almost as much a part of the Geneva scene today as of mid-Manhattan's. In the past few months American firms have rushed to set up headquarters here to run either their European or entire overseas operations. More than 75 arc here now, taxing Geneva's office and residential facilities and competing—often by higher wages — for the best office help. The Influx has been spurred about equally by the coming of the jet age, by the birth of the European common market and by a steady decline .in U.S. exports due to rising prices of American- made goods which is overcome by operating abroad. But their choice of Geneva for central offices has many other LANSING, Mich. (AP) The State of Michigan, unable to solve its ready cash problems, is passing up this week's pay days. Among the 325 state-salaried workers to go without pay checks will be the 144 state legislators who in four months have failed to guiding factors. One is its and location, transport facilities ease of access to solve Michigan's fiscal emergen cy. Democratic Gov, G. Mennert Williams, at loggerheads with the Republican-controlled Legislature, Nurseries Plants • Seeds — —16 Open House STEWART'S fruit General Services —29 announced Tuesday were lacking and The Franklin • Miami County Shrine Club met at the North American Dining Room Monday night and viewed a picture of the 1958 world series provided by John Finder and shown by Louis Dengel. A dinner dance at the Paola Country Club on May 20 will be attended by several couples from Abdallah Temple Divan and stunt committee. Chauffeur licenses due July 1st. Renew now — avoid penalty. Adv. their plants all over Europe and to their markets there and in Africa and the Mideast. Another Is Its worldwide banking facilities—cloaked in secrecy ay law—and the ease with which currency from any part of the world can be exchanged, either for Switzerland's hard money or for American dollars that can be sent home without hindrance. Swiss neutrality is an advantage. An American businessman here steps on no toes — as he might in some other European country whose relations with other parts of the world may be strained. Taxes are big item, loo. They ore less than in the United States, and often less than elsewhere in Europe—both for the corporation and the individual employe. For example, a firm Says Americans Getting Fed Up WASHINGTON (AP)—An industrialist said today that American consumers are fed up with rising prices and more and more are buying cheaper foreign products. Unless labor and management curb the wage-price spiral, the consumer will do the job in a manner painful to both employers and working men, Herman W. Steinkraus cautioned in an address prepared for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "If we are to meet the challenge of foreign competition we will need domestic prices which make such foreign compe tition less attractive," said Steinkraus, board chairman of Bridgeport (Conn.) Brass Co. and a former president of the U.S. Chamber. Hospital Notes Admitted Mrs. Nora Nicholson, 517 Ash; Mrs. E. L. Warner, 723 W. 6th; Jrs. Floyd Jackson, 719 Grant; 'uesday. John W. Galson, St. Ann, Mo.; today. Births Mr- and Mrs. Paul L. Morgan, Vlonroe Court, daughter born to day, weight, 7 Ibs., 9V4 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Shull, E. 9th, daughter born today, weight, 3 Ibs., 8 oz. Msmlssed Merle M. Jones, 1116 N .Sycamore; Mrs. John Rodg.2rs, Que- icmo; Mrs. Virgil Smith, 535 N. Sycamore : ECirkland, Jrbwn Jr., 038 S. Cherry; DeAnn *ohcy, Wnverly Bobby Seyler, 624 Cedar; Mrs. Josephine Kirkwood, 840 Walnut; today. New Patrolman On Police Force A hew man has been added to the Ottawa police force, replacing Patrolman Willard Lister who re signed to purchase Robe's Hard ware, 111 N. Main, Police Chief Eugene Flaherty announced today The new patrolman is G. C Simmons, 815 Olive, who is on the 11:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. shift. He is serving the 6-month probat- tion period as required by new officers, the chief said. Lister }ad served on the force for three months. He said he will continue to operate the store un der the same name. Simmons was a Santa Fe Rail road employee, working company yards. in the Funerals MRS. J. H. FOSTER Services for Mrs. J. H. Foster Who died. April 24, were ai Lamb Funeral Home April 28 Rev. M. Todd Macdonald official ed. Honorary pallbearers were F. H. Bullock, Dr. W. C. Harding R. S. Hanes, C. P. Burrows, Ray Ricketts, Fred Yates and B. F Bowers. Active pallbearers were V. M. Kinnison, Raleigh Walker Charles Tefft, Byrd Ross, Glen Sarver and Harry Hoobing. Mrs W. W. Whitacre and Mrs. John Springer sang hymns accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Henning. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Members of Mary • Martha Class of First United Presbyterian Church attended in a group. Feels Church Is Like A Newspaper By TOM HENSHAW AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) — A church building, thinks the Rev. Edward & Frey, has something in common with a newspaper—each is a medium of communication. "The visible evidence of a church and its faith is its church structure," he says, "It stands as a 24-hour witness to faith. What does it say?" What it says is of particular importance to Pastor Frey, who is executive director of the De partment of Church Architecture of the United Lutheran Church in America. Both Pastor Frey and his asso elate director, the Rev. John Whetstone, are of the modernistic school of church architecture — "provided its design is honest." "Until quite recently," says Pastor Frey, "Protestants did not know what they were doing when they built a church. They were content merely to copy the past without knowing why. 'But copying the past often turns out a forbidding structure. It is something that speaks out of the past, not the..present. It might not communicate to the people of that funds this week's $100,000 payroll would not be met. Also to be out of more temporarily are the state's eight Supreme Court justices and all its Circuit Court judges, as well as legislative staff members. A five-million-dollar payroll for 28,000 state employes is due May 11. Williams had no comment on this. The governor's move followed a new deadlock in the Legislature. At a caucus, majority Republicans of the State Senate refused to go along with a Democratic plan to liquidate the 50-million dollar veterans trust fund unless a one-cent increase in the 3 per cent state sales tax was tacked on to the bill. AND Williams, tioned for presidential who has been menthe 1960 Dmocratic nomination, termed making $50,000 profit on its Swiss operations (it pays no income tax on outside operations) would pay $4,000 in federal tax and $8,000 in canton and communal taxes some other the United (these are higher in Swiss cities). In Stales the corporation income tax runs to 52 per cent. Some of the big firms here are: Chrysler, California Standard Oil, Dayslrom, Dow Chemical, Du Pont, Eastman Kodak, General Electric, General Dynamics, I.B.M., Monsanto Chemical, Procter and Gamble. R.C.A., Royal McBee, Singer, Underwood, Union Carbide, and Westinghouse. do American firms fare can find office help that How here? They Tuesday. Rantoul; Mrs. Mrs. Dean Roy Deaths JACOB C. HANNAMAN Jacob C. Hannarnan, 71, of 7^4 miles southwest of Ottawa, died today at noon. He had been in failing health for some time. He was born April 26, 1888, in Marion County, son of Peter and Anna (Schultz) Hannaman. He had lived in this area about 21 years, moving from Chase County. He married Olga Janzen in 1909. Surviving are the widow, three sons, J. C. Jr., Hutchinson; Harry K., of the home; and Thomas B., Dayton, Ohio; one daughter, Mrs. Robert Hawarth, Chatham, N.Y.; and four grandchildren. speak two or three languages and a city with one of the highest standards of living in Europe. But it also has among the highest rents, a housing shortage, and high food costs. You can't have everything. OHS Students Can Sign Up For Jobs Ottawa High students, looking for summer work, will have the opportunity to sign up for such toil Thursday and Friday. Bertha Richardson, a represen- :ntive from the local Employment Service, will meet with the jun- ors 'in the Senior High auditor- urn Thursday at 3:03 p. m. Friday, she will meet with sophomores, same time, same place. Principal Norris Burke explained that there are many summer fobs and many students desiring them. This ing students can contact the Employment office. MRS. DAVID L. MATHIAS Mrs. David L. Mathias, 76, RFD 1, died today at 3 a.m. her home. She had lived Order Coal Miners Not To Interfere CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP)-The National Labor Relations Board will ask the U.S. District Court |n Lexington, Ky., Thursday for a temporary order restraining the United Mine Workers Union from Interfering with the mining of coal in eastern Kentucky. John C. Getreu, regional direc tor of the NLRB, today announced he will take that, action. A short time earlier, he bad ordered a hearing June 1 in London, Ky., on charges of unfair labor practices against the UMW. Both the UMW headquarters in Washington and Dist, SO are named in the charges. Franklin County all her life. The former Mary Kennedy, she was born Jan. 7, 1883, at Hillsdale, daughter of John and Mildred (Stephens) Kennedy. She was married to Mr. Mathias July 1, 1<908, in Ottawa. Mrs. Mathias was a member of First Baptist Church. Surviving are the widower, two sons, John, Ottawa; and Alfred, Pomona; four daughters, M r s. Imery Deaton, Ottawa; Mrs. Tom lathjen and Mrs. Henry Brown, Princeton; and Mrs. E m m e t t :arey, Topeka; 11 grandchildren, :hree great-grandchildren, one brother, John Kennedy, Baldwin; and three sisters, Mrs. Ida Stewart, Champaign, 111.; Mrs. Harold Sail, Rantoul; and Miss Charlotte Kennedy, Ottawa, Services will be Friday at 10:30 j.m. at McVey-Dengel Mortuary. Rev. R. B. Shoemaker will officiate. Burial will be in Princeton Cemetery. today." Pastor Whetstone defines a good church structure as one that "bears adequate witness to man's relation to God in man's own day." "The only way to make a church stand out today is to make it unique," says Pastor Whetstone. 'Provided of course it still bears adequate witness to man's relation to God." Both Pnslors Frey and Whetstone endorse the modernistic design of the controversial Air Force Academy Chapel which has been called on the floor of the U.S. Senate "a deliberate insult to God Almighty." "An odd shape doesn't bother me unless l see no reason for it," says Pastor Frey. "Some churches may be designed strangely to create an artistic splash but I think the honesty of the Air Force Chapel is unquestionable." Pastor Whtestone attributes the opposition to the Air Force Academy Chapel and other modernistic churches to the fact that "the church is traditionally the most conservative element in society." "No matter how radical a person is in some things," he says, "he usually has one basic anchor point of conservation. In most people it is religion. They don't like to se e it changed in any way." But, whether they like it or not, people are going to see a lot of change in church architecture in the next decades. the situation a "disaster of the first magnitude" and said it was impossible to get cash in time for this week's pay days. Blaming Republicans, he said he would try to "hold the damage to a minimum." He said the bypassing of the legislators' pay day was "only a coincidence of the calendar." A falling off in tax income from the 1958 recession year and heavy drains on welfare funds for unemployment - burdened Michigan cities have contributed to the financial dilemma. With its general fund dwindling, Michigan faces millions of dollars in obligations for which no provision has been made. The veterans fund has been held in trust since its creation after World War II to aid needy veterans. The liquidation plan would require the fund's ultimate restoration through new tax sources. Flower Farft Door Prizes Turkey Memorial Boxes ;'. Potted Plants Sunday, May 3 from I to 5 p. m. Refreshments Served STEWART'S Fruit AND Flower Farm "A Mile South of Richter and V 4 Mile West. McGRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 We Rent Cars MOORE CHEVROLET • OLDS Small Engine Headquarters Briggs & Stralton Clinton Homelite - - • and Others. ORDA MILLS, Small Engine Specialist. Toro Lawn Mowers Sales & Ser. SHELDON inCLUUIN TRUCK & Phone CH 2-1463 co Beauty Parlors —17 Livestock — 34 WANTED— Pasture '.or ]5~oF~T(Tcows wlth_ calves. _Phone_CH 2-1828. _ KIVB Holsteln helfer~ calves ;~V~WhTte face_ calvea._M4_W._Wllson. _ 12~HEAlii of yearling stock heifers. 5V ntllcii_Routh of_Ranloul. Jim Kennedy KLE'— •¥bunK"~Oue~rTSs'ey~~cow glv Ing 4 gallons. Have pasture for 1 head of cattle. Roy Eaton, Williams __ __ __ __ _ __ WILlT BE~SOLtJ at~~Franiflin Count Sale Barn, Thursday night: 1 team o mules, 7 unrt 8 years .old, well brok and matched _wc,lBht,_J.300 each. ___ SPECIAL HORSE SA1.E— Fra"nklln"Coun ty Sale Barn, Thursday, April 30th starting at 7 p. m. — tack, 8 p. m.— horses. We have a large conslgnmen of horses for this sale. Commission $2 no sale, 49fi or SI minimum If soW Auctioneers: Harold Stewart, Ottawa Charles Beatty, Lyndon. _ ANOTHER HalrdreVsef needed" at Beau- tyland. 114 E. 2nd. CH 2-4347. Men Wanted -19 WANTED — Experienced service station attendant. Apply In person Saturday, -_i??9 8. Main. CLERKi age TJT35, must have hlfih school education, some typing, for rallrood clerical work. Apply Santa Fe Station until 5 p. m., utter 5 at my home, 844 Tremont. S. C. Chrlsterson. ~day~. —3! Farm Equipment FORD culiivatornSoy~Barkloy. Baldwl jphone_ 1912. FOR SA'LK — Tractor mower, In goo condition. Guy Monroe. 4-ROW International flexible corn plan er, almost new priced to sell. He Fadden Farm Store, tola, Kansas. _ J-SECTION harrow; 2-sectlon harrow International manure spreader, a tractor-drawn. Cheap (or cash. Fran Willis, 9 ;nlles east, 3 north, % of New Hope Church. MAN—willing to work 9'/4 Local Markets .$ .90 Barley Beans 2-05 Wheat 1.78 Rye 80 White and yellow corn 1.03 Shelled 1.08 Oats .70 Milo 1.75 Butterfat 53. .50 Straight Run Eggs 17 Graded Eggs 23, .20, .17 Heavy Hens 08 Cocks . . Light Hens .05 .06 Legate way, persons want- for this type work Quits Pittsburg College Position PITTSBURG (AP)-Dr. Ernest Mahan, dean of instruction at Pittsburg State College since 1945, has resigned to devote his time to teaching and research. Dr. Mahan, who joined the faculty in 1930, will remain as professor of history. His successor as dean of instruction has not been named. Ottawa, Kansas CH 2-1331 WITH PROFESSIONAL RESULTS ...SAVE HALF THE COST Santa Fe Net Income Is Up ^ fi'/i days week for guarantee of $100. Qualifications: 20-40, married, ncnt appearance, ambitious, Have late morl- el car. For appointment call CE 4-4475 Topeka. ROUTE MAN to take~~5vefr local route If you qualify, can start at $90 to $110 per week guarantee, no experience required. Apply State Employment Of' flee, Wednesday, May 6th, 3 p. m., for Interview. TOPEKA (AP)—The Santa Fe Railroad's net income for the first three months of 1959 was up more than 5 million dollars over the comparable period last year. It totaled $12,420,288, compared to $7,269,285 in 1958. The railroad's gross income was $148,893,905 this year and $129,245,891 in the first three months of 1958. (First Published In the Ottawa Herald April 20, 105D.I (Lust Published In the Ottawa Herald May 13, 1959) State ot Kansas, Franklin County, SB: In the Probate Court of guid County and Stnle. Case No. 10-342. In the Matter of the Estate of Dorothy Mae Mllward, an insane person, Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas To,All Peruons Concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition lias been filed In said Court by James H. Mllward, guardian of the person and estate of Dorothy Mao Mllward, an insane person, praying for an order of the Court directing him to sell the fol lowing described real estate, to-wlt: An undivided one-half Interest in and to the North 1!6 feet of Lot 4 and South 12 feet of Lot 3, Block 26, Solomon Addition to the City nf Baxter Springs, Cherokee County, Kansas and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day of May, 1959. at ten o'clock A. M. of said day, In said court, n tl.e City of Ottawa, at which time nd place said cause will -be heard. Should you fall therein, judgment and lecrec will be entered In due course upon aald petition, JAMES H. MILWARD, Petitioner. OLEASON, GLEASON, DOTY * LOGAN, Attorneys for Petitioner. 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 _ Used Tires, $4-50 and up. All sizes available. You name th« terms. Firestone Store. m SPECIAL LOW PRICES UNDERWOOD'S Trenching and Backhoe Guaranteed Plastic Pipe " Plastic Pipe—trench dug and pipe laid — Total price 25c per ft. plus Fittings :i" Plastic Pipe..--...21c per ft.^ >V Plastic Pipe 31c per ft : 'hese prices expire May 30, 1959. Hot Water Heaters, Pumps, Septic Tanks, Laterals laid. Storm Cellars. CHAS. UNDERWOOD 1121 N. Main Pho. CH 2-1264 Sporting Goods —42 SW 40 TiTir Scott outboard motot. with all controls. Will sell at cost. Call CH 2-2101 during day \or CH 2-3201 after 5:00. — Home Furnishings Second-hand 3-piece BEDROOM SUITE, complete with,; spring and mattres, ortly $59.95. Colby's Warehouse, 124 S. .Main^ We Have a good selection of used Heating Stoves. We will, sell at your price — we don't want to carry them all summer. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main. • ^ •ROOM" months. 2 piece LIVING SUITE used only 2 Originally sold for $269.95. Balance ONLY $159.95. Take over payments $1.25 a week. DOUGLAS BROS., 103 S. Main' 2-pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE, 3 yrs. old, shows absolutely no wear, reversible cushions, nylon cover, perfect construction. Sold new for $239.95. Our price was $99.50. NOW $79.95 or $7.95 down, $6 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Firestone Tractor Tire Retreading SALE 10-28 - - $35.87 Appliances —49-A ELECTRIC" RANGE looks like ] new, works like new, runs like new. Take over balance. Only $1.25 a wk. DOUGLAS BROS. 103 S. Main. "Coldspot 13 cuTft. FREEZER,™ 1 recent model, works perfect, traded in on new 21 cu. ft. 90-day guar. ONLY $139.95 or $5 down, $7.50 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main 11-28 12-28 13-2.8 10-38 I 1-38 12-38 13-38 42.87 47.91 54.14 45.15 55.82 57.77 72.77 Men Wanted —19 Permanent Position Old established Midwest Company will hire 2 men in Ottawa area. Requires traveling 5 days a 'week, and available immediately. Pays Weekly Salary plus expense, plus bonus. Men making application should be between 20 and 37 years old. Apply to Employment Representative, Kansas State Emp. Service Thursday, April 30th Between 1 and 3 p. m. *Applied on your tires. We'll Loan you New Firestone Tires while yours are being recapped. Above tires have tire guarantee. FIRESTONE Store General Electric 8 cu. ft., 1954 model, 90-day guarantee, has baskets, fiberglass insulation, works like new. ONLY $99.50 or $5 down, $6 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main General Electric 10 cu. ft., recent model, sliding crispers, was $79.95 — NOW $69.95 or $5 down, $5.50 each month. 90-day guarantee. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main 127 S. Main CH 2-2468 Seeds, Feeds, Fert. —36 WANTED—Decomposed fertilizer. Phone FOR SA'LE—Corn, 200 bushels. C. E'. HiiRhea, phone CH 2-2903. FOR SALE—Corn, 200 bushels. Phone __ ._ PFISTER'S Hybrid seed"corn with replant; mllo. Llonlal Shaw, >/, cast Pomona. Phone 9-F-13. PlbNEI!R~hybfTd seed corn; Maize seed. Vi mile N. Appanoose High School, Ij W. John Berger. (First Published April 22, 1959) (Last Published May 6, 19591 State of Kansas, Franklin County, si. In the Probate Court of said County and Slate. In the Matter of tho Estate of Katie A. Warner, deceased. Notice of Appointment The State of Kansas to the creditors, heirs, legatees, devisees and all others who may be concerned In the Estate of {atle A. Warner, deceased: You are hereby notified that Rose V. ifcAuley was appointed on April 18, 1959, ind qualified Apr!! 21, 1959, as Administratrix of .the Estate of Katie A. Warner, deceased; that all creditors must exhibit their demands against said Estate within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law; and that f their demands are not thus exhibited hey shall be forever barred. Dated at Ottawa, Fr.inklin County. Kansas, this 22nd day of April. 1959. ROSE V. McAULEY, Administratrix. BOWF.RR i BOWERS, Attorneys for Administratrix. Record DAVIS PAINT STORE Harold Leitnaker, owner 129 S. Main CH 2-2491 MATHIAS — Funeral services for Mary Kennedy Mathias. life-long resident of Franklin County, who passed away early this morning, will be conducted from the Mortuary Friday morning at 10:30 oo'clock, Rev. R. B. Shoemaker officiating. Interment in Princeton Cemetery . WILLINGHAM - Funeral services for Fred D. Willmgham will be conducted from the Mortuary Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. William F. Bailey officiating. Interment Peoria Cemetery. McVey-DENGEL MORTUARY Ph. CH 2-2323 OPPORTUNITY (or good ad ancement- Four route men want- d for retail bread route- Married, between the ages of 23 and 41 ay $95 per week and up. $67 per week while learning. For interview see Dave Williams, Wednes day evening, April 29, 7:30 to 9:00 ). m. t North American Hotel. \Ien and Women Wtd. — Want Ads PAone CH 2-4700 Classified Display CLoeal) 13c per line Classified Display (National) 20c per lint Special Discount Contract Ratei Available. Save 10%—PayCash 10% Discount Oh Local ads paid by 6 p. m. following day. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 11 a.m. Daily Except Saturday — 10 a.m. WANT AD PER WORD RATES Out of trade territory, 6c per word per insertion. Ne discount. 1 Insertion per word 4c !i Insertions par word 9c C Insertions per word He 26 insertions per line $3.00 Minimum charge 70c Card of Thanks.,4c ttr word—70c mln I Inch Lodce Notices, let with •mblem fMO 3 tuiertionj.no chase* 11.10 Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 STRAWBERRY plants. Senator Dunlap $2.Ob per hundred. A. F. Lewis, Brick bouse west of old County 1'aim. Coronado Conventional WASH-' er, 2 years old, Deluxe model with Lovell wringer, automatic . timer and pump. Sold new for . $179.95 — Now ONLY $79.95 ' or $5 down, $6 each month. _ GAMBLES, 128 S. Main j Norge 8 cu. ft. REFRIGERA^". TOR, near new, perfect finish, • works perfect, Deluxe model with clock on door, traded in on combination freezer-refrig- " erator. ONLY $69.95 or $5 down, $5.50 ea. mo. 90-day guarantee. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Pioneer seed corn. Mllo. Harry Funk, Homewood, Kans. Phone Williamsburg, 3466 Misc^Fqr Sale j—40 FOR SA'LE—1-ton air conditioner, used 2 yr s " J^!lL??i] cheap. Call CH 2-4589. CSUMBSTninipIilV wcm'Trhar the shine of a Glaxo coated linoleum. Bo easy to clean. Malott Hardware. FOR SALE Deep Freeze Twin Oven Cook Stovo 2-Ton Air Conditioner Refrigerator Washing Machine Divan Phone CH 2-3779 or CH 2-2745 . Dogs, Pets, Rabbits —53 \VANtED~TcnBUy—BeFgle puppy.' Ca'ft CH 2-1698. nameplates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, MHES. Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS, 4 to 32 shift. Apply In per_on. L&L_Cafe. DISHWASHER and kitchen helper want- cd. Apply In person. Bob's Hill House. iVANTED — Practical nurse, 5 days a week, preferably stay nights, 828 Willow. CH 2-G324. General Services —29 riGHf'~HAULING, f rash — CH"2'-258Sr WANTED—Yard mo'wing. CH 2-1902. LIGHT HAl'LING and Trash—CH 2-2585. KNAPP"SHOES"—~Lee"CaFter7~i328"VVi? _low. CH 2-3659. _ EAVES gutter," forced air he'ating;Tra Meade. CH 2-3508. HOUSEWORK wanted. Cabin 17, Monroe Court. Mrs. Hlnchman. 5KAD ANIMALS removed" Standard Renderlnt Co. Call collect Ottawa— CH 2-1064. HENRY ALBAN — Hydiaullc Jack fer- vice, small engine repair. New and used 3acks_Jor_iale._715_WiUow. WALLPAPER removed by •team. Paint- Ins, papering. Conrad's Spray, Paint- «rs and Decorators._Phpne_CH 2-3268. AERIAL" Spraying—For tnf6rmatlon~and estimates contact Chuck LeMastcr, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaater Spraying, Inc. _ POULTRY Processing same location", rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning. Antone Produce. 413 S. Main. FLOOR COVERING Tile — Yard Goods 6' _ 9' - 12' Widths. Goodyear Sanduran Armstrong BUDGE'S HARDWARE Crushed Rock For Driveways All Sizes. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate delivery. Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 Call CH2-I368 For Complete REFRIGERATION Serxice Domestic, Commercial, Auto, Air-Condiliomng. WIGHTMAN D & D AERIAL SPRAY Contact us for your Timber, Brush, Weed and Inssct control needs- It doesn't cost, it Pays! C o n a r d Airport — CH2-3953, CH 2-5542 or Rantoul 2-F-2. Attention, PROPANE GAS USERS--- S25 Down Will Hold These Tanks for You At These Prices. 1,000-Gal. Tank $420-00 500-Gal. Tank 248.50 330-Gal. Tank 192.50 250-Gal. Tank 169.50 These prices include delivery at your place and sel in cemenc base. Due to a possible steel strike and an increase in steel prices, NOW is the lime to make down payment and to sure you have a tank. , OTTAWA Want To Boy WANTED—Good used 26" CH 2-5512. boys' —56 bicycle. BOYS' 20-Inch bicycle, with or without training wheels. CH 2-3229. Business Opportunities —58 GARAGE for Lease, buy parti arTdi equipment. Eisenbart Garage, Rich- mor.dv GBNERAL STOHE~ahd gasoline (ervlca station for sale. W. C. Crabb at Home* wood, Kansas, phone Willlamsburg 3-162. dooms For Bent —60 SLEF.PING rooms, close In. 122 W. 3rd." ™~ rooma. 603 80 Poptarl SLEEPING CH 2-2649. Rooms For Bent —60 NICE, clean sleeping looms, TV 221 W. 2nd. 3 ROOMS, pvt. bath. Adults. CH 2-2238.^ OTTAWA, KANSAS 302 N. Main CH 2-5170 Unfurn. Apartments — 64 FIRST-FLOOR duplex^ 323 S^ WaP nut, furnished or unfurnished. Phoni CH 2-121_4_ orCH 2-4749. . _ __ _ _ _ For Rent— 6-room apt~3~bedrooms, part basement, garage, choice West side location. CH 2-5523. Furn. Apartments —65 3 _ROO M S and hath — Phone CH 2-2152T*. 2 ROOMS," private bath, jTrivate en< trunce. CH 2-4166. _________ • 2 ROOMS, private rJath and entrance^ close in. CH_2-2f54. __ FURNISHED Downstairs apartment? _Prlvaie_biilh and drive. CH. 2-3542. 2 AND 4 SbOMs7~eiso large i iToomi available May 1. CH 2-17U. ' FURNISHED 2-room apartrHent, 912 Si Cedar, second floor, single or couplej CH 2-1358. ____ _____ ____ ^ ATTRACTIVE 4 rooms, partly fuTfiishTdT private bath »nd entrance, utilities paid. OOii E. 4th. ' 3-KObii " downstatis^ private" bath~prft vato entrance, utilities paid. Call CH2-2ini oC _ _ _ FOR RENT — Furnished" 4-roorn lowef apartment. CH 2-3570 or 516 N. Mul-J beny, middle-aged people preferred. Piano._$15. _ __ i 3~RbbM apnrtnient newly decorated",! blond matching furniture, wall-to-wali; carpet. laundry facilities uttlitie* pa'rt. Phone CH 2-2101 or CH 2-3201. Houses For Rent —66 DOWNSTAIRS, utllitle's paid. 60T~S. Ma* Ple_. FOR RENT—6-ruom bouse. Inouiil~3 621 N. 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