The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20,1952. Ben Shaw, a member, described his recent visit to Mexico City to the Kiwanis Club, Tuesday noon. A former lieutenant governor, Waiter Schoewe of Lawrence, was a guest. Rent a new car or truck by hour, day or longer! Bowman Car Hent- al, 714 Del., Ph. 876. — (Adv.) Robert Holt, Fort Leavenworth, today was free in §100 cash bond for appearance this afternoon i n police court to answer a charge of assault and battery. Holt was arrested yesterday afternoon at an apartment house on Seneca. Ii%'e river fish in tank. 113 No. 3rd. Ph. 243.—(Adv.) Considering the temperature around midnight, it appeared plausible that a man was wandering around in the vicinity of the 500 block on North Seventh. At least it seemed so at police headquarters when Lt. Milt Gillispie received a report that a naked man was prowling around. The lieutenant sent Patrolmen Fred Barthel and Otis Hooper to investigate. They came back with a report that they were unable to find a nudist in that neighborhood. The incident, at least, furnished some diversion from the usual report of a prowler peeking in a window. Texas melons, 2%c Lb. Foster Feed Store, 7th and Cherokee.— (Adv.) Ear] Scott, 900 Ohio, at 7 o'clock last night was arrested by Patrolmen Lewis Fairhurst and Bill Al v ford and at police headquarters was charged with operating a motor vehicle with improper license plates. Scott was released on a Show Business Answer to Previous .Puzzle VERTICAL lUpon 5 Household od HORIZONTAL 1 " - and Andy" 5 Shakespeare's 3 Gem "King - " 4 Surgical 9 Doris - thread J2 Adhesive 13 Opera singer _ Gluck 14 Malt beverage Z£° ve , god 15 Musical compositions 17 Broadway, - York 18 Post used in air races 19 Scoops out 21 Egyptian river 23 Observe 24 High mountain 27 Evict 29 Goddess of discord 32 Show mercy 34 Place next to 36 Opposed 37 Outcome 38 Falsifier 39 Pedestal part 41 Ocean 42 Weep 44 Peaks 46 Most 'acid 49 Italian territory in Africa 53 Equality 54 West Germany 56 French summer 57 Girl's name 58 Formerly 59 Worm ."60 Paradise !fil Glance, over Pickford p E R 1 T R E B r> A s T E V F N 1 O T A R 1 T A C. O T S A T A S B t? E K K t£ S P R 0». 'A T E A T S E A '/'•' T e rsi T R 1 C. W, » A a. »A M A B W 1 N T T E K N C A N m o M <V>; E K O mn A T A 1_ H R E rfi N\ N i> C R e. N %-, '% A T 1 R S T A 1 l_ A C" 1 T E 13 S N R N O T E L. E R E A f> E O E e Ei_ s s A f S 8 Levels 25 Son of Jacob 45'Storage pits 9 Perilous and Leah 46 German 10 Toward the 26 Entertain- vice-admiral sheltered side aents 47 Cereals 11 Evergreen 28 Slow (music) 48 Put on shoes trees 30 Island (poet.) 50 French bank 16 Vegetables 31 Bristle 51 Peruvian 20 "The briny 33 Mistake Indian —.-" 35 Persons 52 Arabian .gulf 22 Played a lute 40 Dress 55 Girl's 24 Soviet sea 43 Milton -—> nickname ocratic. But the 15 19 5Z Zfe fcO io. $10 cash bearing. bond for police court The City banning Commission will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at the City Hall. Picture framing. (Adv.) Star Studio.— John Crutchfield early Tuesday evening reported a suitcase containing clothing had been taken from his car, parked at Third and Cherokee. D. Moore, 1535 Ottawa at 8 last night was arrested on Ottawa by Patrolman Carl Wagner who charged Moore with driving at 45 mph. He was released on a $5 bond. At about the same time Wagner arrested William Hrkpatrick, 1003 Kenton, who was charged with reckless driving and released on a $25 bond. Peaches— Belle of Georgia and Champion (white) ready now. Elberta and Hale (yellow) next week. W. R. Young. Ph. 597 Lansing.— (Adv.) The fire department at 5:50 this morning answered an alarm from the Robert Doran place, Third and Osage. They found an overheated motor on a refrigerator. tc a "1,000 bond, ^ hearing was set for Aug. 29. Betty Rose Barflett asks custody of and support for child, court costs, their unborn alimony and proceeds from the sale of household goods in her divorce action against David Albert Bartlett, filed in District Court yesterday. plaintiff stated she and the The defendant were married May 12, 1950, and that he is guilty of gross neglect and extreme cruelty. She petitioned the court for an order restraining him from molesting her or from disposing of their properly. James Snyder is attorney for the plaintiff. Coal! We are booking storage orders from the choicest coal fields. Protect your family against next winter's cold, wintry blasts! Phone right in to fill your bin ! The Meyer Co., 4th & Choctaw. Ph. 67. —(Adv.) If you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6 :15 or later j than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8 :30 and 9 -.30 a. m. For i a change of address call before | 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. | Ft Leav. 22234. - I Platte City Mrs. Mollie Knighton Robert E. Calvert, assistant postmaster in Platte City, is in a Leavenworth hospital suffering with a heart ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Palmer will soon have their new home for occupancy in South Platte City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drugardin and Mrs. Richard Drugardin o f Chicago were guests the past week of Miss Elsie Eskridge. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Drugardin and Miss Eskridge were guests of her sister Mrs. George Earnshaw and Mr. Mr. Earnshaw of Independence. and Mrs. Robert Drugardin left for their home. Mrs. Richard Drugardin remained for a longer stay with Mrs. Eskredge. Mrs. Charles Vinskier of Kansas City entertained with a luncheon Wednesday at her home in Kansas City for Mrs. Drugardin. On Thursday, Mrs. Drugardin was a guest at dinner of Mrs. Andrew Wilson in Kansas City. About 125 were present at the Masonic banquet at Melody Lane Hall near Parkville Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Cox of Platte Hills and Mr. Ezra Knighton of Platte City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Offutt. Mrs. Mat Hughes and daughter Joan were in Kansas City Saturday. Mrs. Kathrine Fox is recovering from a broken wrist received in a fall at her home several weeks ago. A sale was held Saturday at the Clude F. Knighton farm at Gashland. A very large crowd attended tnd antiques brought enormous prices. The farm was appraised at ?500-per acre recently. Mr. Knighton died recently at the age of 36 years, He was a bachelor and lived alone. He had 21 antique lamps. Stone jars with lids that in ages past had been used for canning and were sealed in those days with sealing wax. The only living relatives of the well known and properous business man were nieces and nephews. The Catholic School and Church of "The Little Flower" near Parkville had a fine attendance and turnout at the carnival held there several evenings this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Dennis Offutt of Parkville were guests at Farm Bureau More Friendly To GOP Policy WASHINGTON, Iffi — A spokesman for the American Farm Bureau Federation said Wednesday there is "more room" for that organization's type of federal farm program in the Republican national platform than in the Dem- bureau was described as being "hopeful" that Gov. Adlai Stevenson, the Democratic presidential candidate, will endorse farm policies more friendly to the bureau's position than that taken in the Democratic platform. This information was given newsmen at an informal confernce by Roger Fleming, executive secretary and legislative counsel, and other bureau officials. Bureau President Allan B. Kline has been a sharp critic of many farm policies advocated by President Truman and Secretary of Agriculture Brannan. Fleming said the bureau has not and will not endorse any candidate or party. He said individual members of the organization will be free to vote as they see fit. He added, however, that the bureau would take steps to inform its members of the farm policy views of the presidential candidates. The farm organization officials said that the farm plank in the Democratic platform was drafted principally by Brannan and Chairman Cooley (D-NC) of the House Agriculture Committee, and that the major farm organizations had little to say about it. -They said the Republican farm plank, on the other hand, was written largely by farmers. • Pleasant Ridge Mri. Peter rink Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stiglmire and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pennington and daughter Cynthia attended the Stiglmiro—Kistner reunion last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stiglmire. Mrs. Herman Ode, Mrs. Adolph Ode, and Mrs. Ed VanVeghten visited Mrs. Clarence Corson one day last week. Carolyn Schmidling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schmidling, and Junior Schmidling, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Maurice Schmidling of Leavenworth, are visiting their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schmidling. The Rev. Paul E. Kelly, pastor of St. Joseph of the Valley Church, his mother Mrs. Lura Kelly and sister Miss Dolores Kelly are enjoying a week's vacation in the western states. They will visit relatives in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heim and son the Rev. Hilary Heim are visiting relatives in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fink made a business trip to Atchison Monday. Regina Heintzelman visited her grandmother Mrs. Martha Bromell Sunday. Mrs. Essie Lallier has accom- panied her husband Lt. Eugene R. Lallier to Camp Carson, Colo., where they will reside for the present time. Miss Anna Richstatter of Topeka is visiting her sister Mrs. Martha Bromell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Payeur called on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stigl- mire Sunday. Mrs. William Yates of Manhattan visited her sister Mrs. Tony Pierron and daughter Irene last week. A large crowd attended the parish dinner given Sunday at The St. Joseph of the Valley church which was served cafeteria style from a large table in the parish hall at noon. The afternoon was spent in playing games and visit ing. The Round Prairie and--Lowemont Community Club will hold a picnic dinner at noon on Sunday. Aug. 24. at the Community House. All are asked to bring food and table service for their families, Everyone welcome. Rev. J. Frank Norris Dies At Florida Youth Camp FT. WORTH Iff) — Rev. J. Frank Norris, widely known Baptist pastor, died early Wednesday near Jacksonville, Fla. apparently of a heart attack. A son, Rev. George Norris, saic his father died at a youth camp near Jacksonville. The Ft. Worth clergyman had flown to Florida Tuesday to attend a state-wide fellowship meeting. He had been in failing health for the last two years. He was 74 years old. dinner of his parents Judge and Mrs. George Offutt on Saturday evening. Mrs. Offutt is improved from a recent heart attack. Mrs. Mollie Khighton and Mrs. Leota Cockriel attended a break- j fast given by about 80 employes | of Macy's on Wednesday morning! in honor of their boss Bill Daileyj who was resigning to accept a posi-j lion with the Porgy and Bess Show where he will leave soon for a! year in England.Mr. Dailey was! presented a lovely gift by his em- ! ployes who held him in high es-i teem. j ^ THE BATHROOM CAPACITY Of rOUR HOME. Have you an available closet, an unused space under a stairway or •t the end of a hallway? Just the place for a powder room! You will find that a Crane powder room will bring you new convenience—relieve bathroom congestion—add to your joy of living. Illustrated here are the Neuday lavatory and toilet—two of the many fixtures in the complete Crane line. Drop in and talk over your remodeling with us. \Ve can give you prompt service—furnish you with newly styled, highest quality Crane fixtures, and assure you the best values in plumbing. J.L. & SONS 614 So. 5th Phone 651 Gift Values! Jewelry, figurines, pictures, silverware, glassware, trays, cocktail shakers . . everything imaginable for gift giving. Pogg emeyer s 204 So. 5th YOUR mmm • Bigger value! • More features! • Finer performance! • Greater economy! • Great heauty! Come in... let us show you... buy on easy terms! THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO, In National Hotel Building 217 So. 4th Phone 1 SAVE ON THESE SIZES TOO! 6.50-I6.. 6.40-15.. 7.10-1S, 7.60-15. 8.00-15 8.20-15 .. -$24.80 $18.75 ..."$21 iO^H !pij*/5 ... -$24.fl5. $18.45 ..-$26.75' $19.95 .. $29.35- $21.95 $30.65. $22.95 SALE PRICE AND YOUR OLD TIRE BUM NEW 19S2 6.00-16 Plus Tax AND YOUR OLD TIRE 95 6.70-15 TOX AND YOUR OLD TIRE Your Old Tire May Cover Your Down Payment Is the fall election prove again how many Barbs By HAL COCHRAU A writer says the younger generation learns things quickly from the older. Is that good? going t o people can vote unintelligently? 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