The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 5, 1952 · Page 5
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Mayor Ted Sexton snorted this morning at the letter in last night's Times which said Leavenworth had the highest tax levy among the state's first class cities. As a matter of fact, Kansas City, Kas., has a levy of 29 mills and Topeka a levy of 23.50 mills compared to Leavenworth's rate of 22.3614 mills this year. The mayor and Carl Bjorkman & Co., Topeka auditors, are working on next year's budget. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N. 4th, open 'til 10 every night.—(Adv.) Quality has no substitute, Packard.—(Adv.) O. R. Young, director of t h e Adult Education Department of the Leavenworth schools, and Robert Brooker, manager of Leavenworth Chamber of Commerce, were making the rounds this morning signing people to attend t h, e Retail Sales Institute, Sept. 17, 18 and 19. Brooker had his pockets bulging with papers so that he resembled one of the Free Literature racks in a bus or train depot. Hot spiced jumbo shrimp, fried catfish sandwiches, every Friday night. The Esplanade, 312 N. 2nd. —(Adv.) The other Whitaker, R. B., had a long line of school boys, school girls, and mothers buying books heralding the beginning of school. Baker Dance Studio, all types of Dancing. Classes for children and adults. Enroll now. Studio 226 Pine, Ph. 3295-W.—(Adv.) Enjoy homade chili now at the Dairy Maid, 313 S. 5th.—(Adv.) Russ Whitaker at Barlow Cigar Co. has no Stevenson or Eisenhower cigarets but he has just 1 received a shipment of Stevenson! and Eisenhower cigars. He can't give any figures yet on which is selling faster, but he reports they're really good- cigars. Russ also has a supply of Flying Sau- John Keller, 712 Spruce, yesterday afternoon was stopped on North Fifth by Patrolman Fred Barthel who charged the motorist with driving at 40 m.p.h. He was booked and released on a ?5 bond. Picture framing. Star Studio.— (Adv.) The fire department yesterday afternoon sent a truck to the home of Mrs. Bert Miller, 709 Marshall, where fire had broken out in a trash heap in the garage. There was no damage, the report stated. * Free shrimp. Knotty Pine Tavern, formerly the Doodle Bug, Bain City.—(Adv.) Guy Maxwell, formerly at Continental Hotel, Kansas City, Mo., now playing the Hammond Organ nightly at Rex's Lounge.—(Adv.) Marion Brightwell, 727 Dakota, was granted a divorce in district court yesterday from Albert Brightwell. Iva M. Nolan,- 228 Cherokee, filed suit for separate maintenance from John Nolan. See Packard trade-ins. Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.) Another car turned over, another reckless driving charge. James Griffith, 17, 729% Shawnee, was driving a '41 Pontiac convertible on Richardson Road last night and turned it over a quarter of a mile west of Richardson about 10:15 p.m. A passenger, Russell McCall, 17, 407 Spruce, was cut on the face. Griffith was unhurt. Griffith pleaded guilty this morning, was fined $25 and sentenced to 30 days in jail. He was paroled on payment of fine and costs. September Special - used car sale. Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.) Used lumber, all sizes; used windows and doors. 220 Seneca, Ph. 4741, weekdays after 6 P. M. all day Sunday.—(Adv.) Rock surface work on a county road between Easton and Potter has been completed, County Engineer H. V. Parr said this morning. The board of county commissioners toured the county yesterday, looking at roads and also check- THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Shorten THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Friday Evening, September 5,1952. Fiv* B 'OSSO NEVER GETS TOO MUCH OF THE WAULING HIS MASSEUR GIVES HIM - OOF! A7TA BOY , BRUNO' GIVE IT ALL VOU'VE GOT! UFF.'-I'M BEGINNING- TO FEEL LIKE A NEW MAN! OOOFF: YAAS.VOU.'POkEME JUST ONCE MORE WITH THAT BUNDLE AMD YOU'LL BE LOOKING FOR A PLASTIC SURGEON! BALDWH H. JONES, 59 39 SIMMS CT., ALBUQUERQUEN.M. ut AM ACCIDENTAL NUDGE IN THE SUBWAY-OBOY! HE'S HAD PUH-LENTVl Dearborn r. A. Dooley to celebrate the fifth anniversary Cpl. Anthony Evans, who re- of their granddaughter, Cathy turne d to the US a couple of weeks A son was recently born to Cpl. and Mrs. Raymond McPheeters in the Missouri Methodist hospital in St. Joseph. Several from Dearborn went to Camden Point Wednesday afternoon to attend funeral service for Walter K. Bywaters, 84, at the Christian Church. He lived in the Camden Point community most of- his life. He was a member of the Christian Church and the Masonic lodge. He is survived by his wife of the home and one son, Burrell Bywaters of Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Plato Farris, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Farris and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Searcy and daughter went to St. Joseph Sunday to attend the Farris family reunion at Hyde Park. Gloria Farris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billie Farris, received the prize to widen the road from Fairmount 2% miles west to Sheehan's Corner. The road is to have a 70 foot right-of-way. The Baker Dance Studio, special class for boys in tap and tumbling. Mr. and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth ing fences jnvolved^ in^a^ project for being ^g younges t member of the family present. Will Mathers, 94, of St. Joseph, formerly of Faucett was the oldest person present. W.H. Bird, manager of Halferty Bros. Elevator and Feed Supply, Studio 226 Pine, Ph. 3295-W.—| has moved into ti>e Sam FerrU residence in the east part of town. 'The Halferty Bros, have bought Three marriage licenses were the elevator and warehouse here (Adv.) cers. We can report from personal'issued yesterday in probate court: , from> ^ e Edgerton Milling Co. experience that you can't trust the little people inside. The darn thing Floyd Hadley and Lee Ethel LeFlore, Omaha; Joseph Moses, Wai- circles around and hits you in the'tham, Mass., and Wilma P. Jones, f ace - I Leavenworth and Marvin M. (Long and Charlene J. Balch, St. Berber s open from 9 AM. till Joseph. One was issued this morn- 9 P.M. on Mondays.—(Adv.) Guy Maxwell, formerly at Continental Hotel, Kansas City, Mo., now playing the Hammond Organ nightly at Rex's Lounge.—(Adv.) v Robert Alonzo Hammond, charged with petty larceny in connection with an alleged raid made Wednesday night on an icebox in Paul's Cafe, 322 Cherokee, yesterday afternoon in police court was found guilty. Judge James Fussell Jmposed a fine of $25 and sentenced Hammond to 30 days in jail. John Oswald, Wadsworth, charged with being drunk and disturbing the peace was given a $25 fine. John Brushwoo.d, speeding, 510 bond forfeited. A woman defendant charged with intoxication and using profanity, failed to appear and her $15 cash bond was forfeited. Blue Ribbon used cars. Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.) ing: Marlin R. Holyfield, Bonner Springs, and Charline R. Redford, Leavenworth. Junior Matrons Club, annual fashion show, City Hall Auditorium, Sat., Sept. 6, 8 P.M.—(Adv.) If you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Plea'se do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. COAL Phone us today for one of our choice coals- order a winter's supply! • CHARCOAL BRIQUETS For Picnics and barbecues. BERGMAN COAL CO. 707 Cherokee Phone 63 *Ztfv&ru$ for Rytex Stationery SEPTEMBER SALE! 4 Double the Usual Quantity! 200 single sheets, 100 envelopes, or 100 double sheets, 100 envelopes, or 100 large flat sheets and 100 envelopes. A ?3.50 value! For $2.25 Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Kahn and children of Sand Point, Idaho are visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. McDowel. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ray and Ethel Kirkman attended a bridge party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Hillix Saturday evening. Harold Searey returned home after two weeks of active service with the organized Naval Reserves. He has gone to New Orleans, La., for some special training on the Gulf coast. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Mullendore entertained with a dinner Sunday Prue Stubbs, of Platte City. Mrs. Otto Teague and son o f Hermosa, Calif., were recent visi- ago afer spending the past year a guest the East Leavenworth Ilri. Constance Alexander Leo Olvis and and Anthony Evans were guests Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Miller and daughter at Independence. Beverly School began its term Tuesday. Mrs. Jimmy Johnson of Leavenworth is the teacher. Funeral service for David Larison, 60, was held at the Vaughn Funeral Chapel Monday afternoon. Burial was at Platte City. Miss Rita Fulk is teaching school at Hazelwood this term. She has taught the past four years at Stillings school. Mrs. Hester Doran, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jeannin and son of Kansas City and Mr. and M r s. Francis Alexander and children of Leavenworth were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alexander. Housewives are quite busy canning peaches, tomatoes, corn and beans. They are also making grape jelly. Mrs. Bertha Alexander spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Alexander and family in North Kansas City. Mrs. Leo Olvis and Mary Eliza- Fox Hunters Conduct Trials At Dearborn Meeting at Dearborn this week is the Buchanan-Platte County Fox Hunters Association which opened trials on Sept. 3 and the bench show being held this afternoon. Trials will run through Saturday, Sept. 6. Derby class was held Sept. 3; all age class, Sept. 4; derby class today; and all-age class on Sept. 6 as well as the field trials. To be eligible for the show on the bench this afternoon all hounds must have been entered and run in either the derby or all - age stake. Entries in the bench show are being judged in the following classes: derby dogs, three places; derby females, three places; all- age dogs, three places; all-age females, three places; best couple owned by one kennel or individual, any age; best natural carriage; puppies six months to 12 months, either sex; best hound in show; and best hound opposite sex. The hase starts every morning at 3 3'clock. Bench show judge is A. A. Krat- li with Master of Hounds All tagner. Officers of the association are W. H. Williams, president; '. F. Little, vice president; H.M.j )avis, treasurer; and G.A. Rich-; ardson, secretary. Programs are held each even- ng. The association has built a arge kitchen on the grounds vhere meals are served. i The .term "museum" derivei fronr a Greek word meaning "temple of the muses." SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Home Run Baker*, who led the American League in homers in 1911, "12, '13 and tied for the crown n '14, never won a league batting! title. Tou Will Get The "Best" In Prescription Service At WEBER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP 537 Delaware Phone 21 tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Past week at the home of Mr. and E.J. Sanders and Miss Ethel Kirkman. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haggard returned home from Odessa Monday night where they were called by the death of his father. William Haggard, 69, died at home Sunday afternoon after long illness. Funeral service was Wednesday afternoon at the Bap-! tist Church at Odessa. Besides his wife he is survived by six sons and one daughter. Have you an available closet, an unused space under a stairway or at 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 youc remodeling with us. We can give you prompt service—furnish you •with newly styled, highest quality Crane fixtures, and assure you the best values in plumbing. 614 So. 5th Phone 651 PAINT WHITE OR ALUMINUM 295 ^™ fial. Dutch or Master Painter Porch and Deck Enamel Linseed Oil $2.25 Gal. Paint Thinner .. $1.39 Gal. Leavenworth Auto Supply Co. 745 Delaware SCHOOL ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS TUF-HIDE BINDING Look and feel like leather. 5- Year guarantee. $6.30 Fed. Tax Inc. Vinyl Coated Textilene $1.49 No Fed. Tax Tolex Bound Won't scuff, stain or crack. $5.40 Fed. Tax Inc. Pyroxylin Coated Tweed Canvas $2.19 No Fed. Tax Split Cowhide Leather ?5.70 Fed. Tax Inc. Top Grain Cowhide Leather $10.60 Fed. Tax Inc. Filler Paper, all sizes, and Ruling. 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