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schosser - Notes from Your Town R ICHARD D. Kunce,' Jr.,...
Notes from Your Town R ICHARD D. Kunce,' Jr., .who maintains a home in Miami, -was unhurt • when he leaped 10 feet from a burning Kansas City, Mo.," apartment house in which a postal clerk's wife and two chil- dred died early today. In a telephone conversation with his wife, Dorothy, who lives with their twin sons, Johnny and Jimmy, two years old, and four- year-old daughter, Linda,, at 508 Third avenue southeast, Kunce said he was awakened by smoke •at 5 a. m. He tried to leave his room but was stopped by flames jn the hall. After throwing his clothing out of the window, Kunce followed in a leap to ''the -ground in his pajamas - E.B4night-.,a'ohe, Richard D. Kune, Sr., 510 Third avenue southeast, father of the 30-year-old store manager, today Bent a supply of clothing to his son, one of 34 tenants routed when a fire swept the two-story brick building in sub-freezing temperatures. temperatures. * * * One north bound and two south bound Frisco trains.have a new time schedule effective now, Jess Vail, Frisco agent here, announced' announced' 'today. North bound Frisco No. 112 to Kansas City, now leaves Miami at 2:01 a. m. instead of 1:55 a. in.; south bound Frisco No. Ill to Tulsa departs at 4:38 a. m. instead of 4:10 a. m., and south bound Frisco No. 117 to Tulsa leaves now at 1:25 p. m. instead of 1:10 p. m. The time schedule for north bound passenger N6*. 118 to Kansas Kansas City remains the same, leaving leaving Miami at 3:51 p. m. * * * Two Ottawa countians, Joe Newberry Newberry and James Y. Victor, are planning to attend the annual meeting of soil conservation district district "supervisors in Oklahoma City next Monday. Other members members of the Ottawa county supervisory supervisory board may participate but haven't decided definitely 'yet, Chairman Victor disclosed today. The county group met yesterday afternoon here to discuss the' 0. C. meeting and also mapped plans for a new farm project. The board decided to procure additional additional rock phosphate for farms in this area, Victor said, and have ; ordered two cat-loads, one shipment shipment to arrive in Miami and'the other at Afton during February.

Clipped from Miami Daily News-Record02 Feb 1949, WedPage 1

Miami Daily News-Record (Miami, Oklahoma)02 Feb 1949, WedPage 1
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