Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Mon'day Evening, September 1,1952. Find Big Cache Of Securities From Robbery ALBANY, Calif. (St — A dark- haired woman who denied any part in last week's ?250,000 Monolith, Calif., Post Office robbery- willingly showed officers a cache of more than 575,000 worth of money order blanks, U. S. savings bonds and stamps yesterday. Postal inspectors and police seized the cache in a motel room here. They arrested for investigation the woman, Mrs. Ada Btlle Watson, 32, Little Rock, Ark., wife of one of two men who admitted .the robbery. The two, John E. Watson, 26, a Texas fugitive, and Jim Darwood Kennedy, 22, of Fairfax, Okla., were placed in the Kern County jail in Bakersfield, Calif., early today. They were charged with burglary. They were arrested Fridaj' night in Reno, where Sheriff George Lothrop said they admitted stealing cash, stamps, bonds and money order blanks with a potential value approaching 5150,000. Mrs. Watson said she married \Vatson two years ago' "but I only had about three weeks of real married life because he was in prison most of the time." However, she added, he appeared at her Little Rock home early in August and told her he had been paroled from a Texas prison from a burglary conviction. Sheriff Lothrop said Watson admitted he escaped Aug. 5 from the Retrieve State Farm in Texas where Kennedy had been released in June, after serving a forgery term. He Didn't Get What He Thought He'd Ordered GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. IB — A Grand Rapids man recently received a circular through the mail advertising a book as "sensational, shocking, exotic." Sample chapter headings were included: "Some girls know how," "Since Eve ate apples" and "Bachelor bait" Also enclosed was a picture of a scantily attireil beauty. The prospective customer ordered a copy. 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Medical Holding Det., US AH, Camp Carson, Colo., placed on retirement list in grade listed. Station at which retired, 1409 Metropolitan Avenue, Leavenworth. munist songs against orders. His protest was in a .letter de- ivered by Red staff officers at he Panmunjoni truce talks site, was forwarded to the U. N. commander, Gen. Mark Clark in Tokyo. The talks are in their 7:30—Circle Theatre 8:45—Vest Pocket Theatre 8:00—Amateur Hour 9:00—Police Story 9:30—Invitation Playhouse 9:45—Newsreel 9:50—Community Forum 10:00—Dangerous Assignment 10:30—News, Weather, Sports 11:00—Newsreel Reel Negotiator Asks Accouting MUNSAN, Korea (ffl—The chief Communist armistice negotiator today protested the wounding of 12 Red prisoners in a U. N. POW camp last Thursday and asked for an accounting. He said he had read of the incident in news reports. Presumably referred to an announcement >y the U. N. Prisoners of War Command that 12 POWs were njured, none seriously, last Thurs- WE FIX IT Phone 1440 for Plumbing Installations and Repairs! Morton Plumbing Co, . Wayne Morton, Prop. 1424 Spruce USED Norge Refrig.. $35.00 Hotpoint Electric Range. $10.00 Cabinet type, Warm Morning- Coal Heater.. $35.00 Dixie no-smoke Coa! Heater .. $25.00 Westinghouse 12</ 2 " Television Set And Table....$100.00 THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO. 217 South 4th St. Phone 1 when from guards singing stopped! Corn- fifth straight weeklong recesi until Thursday. Col. Charles V. Cadwell, Seattle, today took charge of the U. N. Prisoner of War Command, succeeding Maj. Gen. Haydon L. 3oat- LEGAJL NOTICE ner, wfco guaHed prisoner riots on Koje in June. Boatner is en route to the U. S. to become deputy commanding general of the Fourth Army with headquarters at San Antonio," Tex. NO TEEPEES 1 CARDSTON, Canada UK- Fifteen new houses are being built this summer on the Blood Indian Reservation near here by members of the tribe. It is planned that; 'eventually aH Indians en fl» re» servation will own their own homes, instead of living in tents. The planet Neptune cannot seen 'with the naked eye. RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF APPROPRIATING CERTAIN PROPERTY PRIVATE 'ROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION. FOR THE PURPOSE OF WIDENING ISABELLE STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET; AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPENING A STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET ALONG THE LINE SEPARATING LOT THIRTEEN AND LOT FOURTEEN, CLARK'S ADDITION OF OUTLOTS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the City of Leavenworth,! Kansas, deem and declare it necessary to appropriate certain private property located in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, for the purpose of widening Isabelle Street to a. width of at least thirty (30) feet, from Second Avenue to Fifth Street and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, such street :o be fifty (50) feet wide along the ine separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clark's Addition of Outlets, Leavenworth, Kansas. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, THAT THE APPROPRIATING OF CERTAIN PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION IS NECESSARY. Section 1, Certain private property leeds to be appropriated for the pur- rose of widening Isabelle Street from !econd Avenue to Fifth Street to a vidth of at least thirty (30) feet and "or the purpose of opening a street irom Second Avenue to Fifth Street, iifty (50) feet wide along the line ;eparating lot thirteen and lot fourteen. Clark's Addition o£ Outlets, Leav- mworth, Kansas, such condemnation :o be done as provided by law in Sections 26-201 through 26-205 inclusive, >f the General) Statutes of Kansas as amended. * Section 2. That a survey and description of the land required and leeded to be obtained by condemna- ion be made by the City Engineer md filed with the City Clerk of Leavenworth, Kansas. Section 3. That the City Clerk shall rause proper publication of this reso- ution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper >f the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, md that this resolution shall be ef- 'ectiye from and after its sixth pub- ication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 26th day of August, 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: r. C. Walker, City Clerk.' SEAL) Passed & Approved: Aug. 26, 1952. 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