The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 4
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Four THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning,, September 7,1952. Adult Classes At High School Announced Adult education courses for the fair semester have been announced by O. R. Young, director of adult and vocational education for the public schools "of Leavenworth. The courses are being offered in connection with the University of Kansas and Kansas State Teachers College of Emproia. Meetings will be at Leavenworth High School for some courses, and for others, at the Information and Education Center, Fort,Leavenworth. Young said the services of the Adult Education office are available to individuals and to groups to assist in organizing classes on any subject where a suitable instructor is available and where a justifiable number may be enrolled.. .Further information is available at his office at 512 Walnut. The courses scheduled for this fall, as announced by Young: Accounting I, three hours credit. An 18 meeting course starting Monday, Sept. 22, to meet on Mondays and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the I & E Center. Business and Professional Speaking, 2 hours credit. A 15 meeting. course starting Tuesday, Sept. 23, to meet at 7 p.m. at LHS. ; " Composition and Literature, three hours credit A 24 meeting course starting Thursday, Sept. 26 to meet at 7 p.m. Thursdays at LHS. ^ , General Psychology, three hours credit. A 24 meeting course starting Tuesday, Sept 30, and to meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the I & E Center. Spanish I, three hours credit. A 24 meeting course, starting Monday, Sept. 29, and to meet at 7 p.m., Mondays and Wednesdays, at the I & E Center. Psychology of Adjustment, a 12 meeting 'course starting Tuesday, Sept.. 29, and to meet at 7 p.m. on Thursdays at Fort Leav- enwortfi. Writing Magazine Fiction, a five meeting course starting Tuesday, Oct. 21, and to "meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays at LHS. A number of Kansas State Teachers College courses of interest to teachers are being planned, Young said. Elementary and advanced typewriting and elementary shorthand and transcription courses will be offered. Enrollment for. this work at all levels will "be at 7 p.m.,Tuesday, Sept 23, at LHS. In addition to the college extension courses, these courses are also offered: Funiture Repair & Upholstery, a 10 meeting course. The instruction is furnished by me home economics department of the State Board for Vocational Education. The class will meet at 7 p.m. at the Vocational Annex, 512 Walnut, beginning Wesdnesday, Sept. 23. Driver Training, a s i x-w e e k- course intended to qualify persons to drive a car. Instruction is given on a dual-controlled car by American Automobile Assn. approved instructors. Registration should be made in advance s o ( that driving hours may be assigned. Registration meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 22, at LHS. Millinery, an eight meeting course which will meet at 7 p. m on Tuesdays, beginning Sept. 23, at the Vocational Annex. Two Tenths of One Per Cent Drop in Prices WASHINGTON UB—Lower prices for meat, eggs, fr.esh and dried vegetables, cows, hogs and live poultry caused a two-tenths of one per cent drop in wholesale prices during the week ended Sept. 2. OVERSKIRT MAGIC—Foil-cm summer romancers—delicate embroidered organdy,"With only £V4 yards of mate* rial, you can transform a sim* pie sheath into a darling dance 1 dress by adding a crisp overskirt. Be a wardrobe magician, and make this ORGANDY OVERSKIRT in your few spare moments. Send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the Needlework Department of this paper, requesting Leaflet No. SS-24 for the sewing directions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics said increases were reported in cheese, coffee, flour, . cotton, grains, steers and fresh fruits, but they were not enough to offset the declines. The bureau said its index of Sept. 2 was 111.8 per cent of the 1947-49 average. test, Derry has frequently dive< the snip through the sound bar rier. Saturday's fatal dive began from an estimated height of eight miles Derry dove directly at the air drome, witnesses said, and the plane flew to bits a moment afte; he levelled off. Wonder Jet Explodes in Flight at Show FARNBOROUGH, Eng. W — A wonder jet fighter—exploded in a supersonic flight before 120,000 spectators at the Farnborough Air Show Saturday killing its famed pilot and 26 persons. Sixty-three spectators %vere listed as injured. The dead pilot is John Derry, first British aviator to exceed the speed of sound and live to tell about it. After three violent blasts apparently occurring as the plane broke through the sound barrier, it flew to pieces in a blinding flash directly over the crowd. A dozen pieces spiralled to earth. The fuselage crashed into a hillside and police said both Derry and a companion, not immediately identified, were killed instantly. A number of persona were reported injured by the crash. Ambulances sped to the wrecked fuselage. Police and soldiers circled portions of the field where the wreckage fell. Four bodies were dragged out of one tangle of debris. The De Havilland 110 is a twin- boom aircraft with sharply sweptback wings. First tested in 1951, it exceeded the speed of sound in trials held last April. The ship, which carries two crewmen, is unusually large for a fighter because it has special radar and other bulky equipment. Since last April's Allies Plan Completion of Truce Talks By JOHN M. HIGHTOWEB -WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (ffl—Th United States and its Korean Wa allies are planning an intensiv drive in the*United Nations to try to get the Korean truce talks oi dead center and so raise new pros pects for peace this year. Consultations are underway among Washington, London, Paris and other capitals of the group o U. N. nations which have militar; forces righting against the Nortt Korean and Chinese Reds in th stalemated conflict. The precise line and strategy tc be followed in the United Nation general assembly meeting in Ne\ York next month are still to b worked out, but Western diplomats agreed today that the discussion had proceeded far enough to mak the overall purpose clear. One possibility which hot United States and Allied inform ants flatly ruled out, in talks witt a reporter, is that the Westerr powers would favor moving th armistice negotiations from Pan munjon in Korea to the U. N headquarters at New York. Th Reds may press for this, some what along the line they followe in the Paris session of the gen eral assembly last year, but at th moment the Western powers are reported dead set against it. The reason for their opposition informed sources declared, is tha the problem of ending the conflic is a military and not a politica problem and the place to hold mi] itary talks is in the battle area To negotiate on political question with the fight still going on, Wesl ern officials have long contended would be negotiating with a pisto at one's head. On the other hand, it is clear from the progress in Allied con ferences to date that the United States and its associates have re vised in part the position on thi Korean issue which they held t stubbornly at the general assembly meeting a year ago. The explana tion given by officials here for thii change is that the circumstance; of the Korean truce talks have changed radically in a year. •Business Notes Elmer G. Theobald, formerly o North Kansas City, Mo., has leas ed the building at the southwes corner of Seventh and Metropoli an and will open a self-servici aundry. The store, to be known as the Laundromat Half-Hour Laundry, will be equipped w i 11 Now's a good time to "buckle down" THE coming of autumn usually; signals an upturn in family financial activity — toward post-vacation bill paying — toward school expenses — toward the expenditures involved in everyday living. This is a good time to review your financial situation and, if a loan or any other of our services will help, just come in. Xou are always welcome., First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. Looking for A GOOD Cleaner? Try us! Leavenworth Cleaners & Dyers 412 Shawnee Phone 266 Ray Knapp, Prop. rou SALE • Yes, we have drugs and sundries for sale—ample stocks of high quality to meet every need. Call on us, too, for nutritional aids, sickroom supplies and nursery items. And, by all means, bring us your Doctor's prescriptions. Careful compounding is a specialty with us. -Weber's Prescription Shop Leo F. Weber, PhC 527 Delaware Phone 21 McGinnis THOSE RAINY-DAY BLUES — Gov. Adlai Stevenson wasn't singing in the rain when this picture was taken. He was, however, engaged in the mournful task of telling a cro%vd at a Labor Picnic in Pontiac, Michigan, that it was too wet to listen to political sueeches. A cloudburst washed out the affair. 20 automatic washers and four dryers. Theobald said he will manage the store and will hire local persons to asssist him. The bulding was leased from George Ettinger Jr., 313 Maple. horst officiating. Burial will be in the Veterans Cemetery at Wadsworth with the Sumpter Funeral Chapel in charge of services. SERVICE FOR INFANT Funeral service for Infant Lojko, stillbirth, who was born Saturday morning at Gushing Hospital, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lojko, 1001 South Fifth \v$.s Saturday afternoon at the graves- side. Burial was in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Other than the parents the infant is survived by the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Semlow, 401 Central Ave. and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Anna Rush of 426 Pawnee. The Sumpter Funeral Chapel was in charge of services. GEORGE WHITEY George Whitley, 59, World War I veteran died Friday at Wadsworth. Funeral service will b e Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Protestant Chapel at Wadsworth with Chaplain E.G. Rode- Police Reports Burglar Had Guilt Conscience PITTSBURGH Iff) — Police said Saturday the burglar had a guilty conscience. Sgt. Elmer Hardy reports that a man called on the phone to say: "Listen. I'nt only going to tell you once. Go out to Highland Park Zoo and look in a trash can near the entrance." The man hung up. A check by police revealed a ?125 watch, a $107 camera and a $10 cigaret lighter in the trash can—loot from a July 4 robbery of a Pittsburgh home. MAKION CUMMING Funeral service of Marion Cumming, 65, who died at Wadsworth have been changed to 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial rail be in Veterans Cemetery at Wadsworth with the Sumpter Funeral Chapel in charge of services. " Mrs. Charles Hitzeman Mr. and Mrs.Ambrose Davoren nnounce the arrival of a daughter ug. 30. at Providence Hospital in ansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas Baldin, announce the arrival of their lughter Nancy Ann Aug. 22 at awrence Memorial Hospital, Mrs. wmas was formerly Miss Lucy unter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. reston Hunter of this district. Miss Helen Spiller of Tippin, hio, was the week-end guest of [r. and Mrs. George Haight. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hitzeman, Mr. and Mrs. William Knet- teri and children, Mr. and Mrs. Willmar Knetter and children lert on/Sunday for a 10 day fishing with the exhibits at the Leavwn- worth County Fair at Tonganoxie the past week. William G. Hitzeman accompanied his daughter and husband Mr. trip at Sunset Point, La Porte,| ancl Mrs . Raym ond Marxen at i" 11 - [Kansas City to, Harmony Cove, Robert Klinkenberg, who has on Lake of the Ozarks for the been in military service in Ger- weekend. many the past two years, returned to his home Friday. He will return to Camp Carson, Colo, this month to receive his discharge from the Army. Mrs. Preston Hunter, Mrs. Charles E. Hitzeman, Mrs. Lyman Finch and Mrs. Ed Richard helped The Metz family have moved to the tenant house on the Oliver Parsons farm, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brune, the former tenants, have moved to the Wager farm west of Jarbalo. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES 1 00 PUTS IN YOUR HOME FOR A WEEK'S TRIAL The ONLY Washing Machine for Crowded Quarters! The BENDIX Miracle Agitator Washer No wringer! No rinse tubs! No installation problem! No vibration! For the fastest, cleanest wash in town f or $1.00, you can satisfy yourself that this new Bendix fits your needs best! Phone 894 Dolsberry Appliance Co. 424 Cherokee Street Stock-ear racing is the supreme test of a car's true worth in stamina, safety, performance. This year Hudsons have won 35 victories in 39 starts! Thlt oll-tlm* record on the world's toughest proving grounds (no other car in the world can approach it) is your proof that Hudson will outperform every other car... that you can't choose a better family car! The record shows which car is best! HUDSON HORNETS SET ALL-TIME STOCK-CAR RECORD! In 39 stock-car races held so far this year, Hudson came In first 35 times, and both first and second 19 times in these cities: West Palm Beach, Flo. Dayfona Beach, Flo. Jacksonville, Fla. Gordena, Calif. H. Wlkesboro, H. C Tampa, Fla. Martinsville, Va. Columbia, S. C Macon, Go. Langhorns, Pa. Darlington, S. C. Toledo, Ohio Oayton, Ohio Canfield, Ohio San Diego, Calif. Occoneechee, N. C Chorlotte, N. C Detroit, Mich. Niagara Foils, Ont. Owego, H. Y. Williams Grove, Pa. Monroe, Mich. Milwaukee, Wise. South Bend,Ind. Richmond, Va. Rochester, N. Y. Asheville, N. C Terre Haute, Ind. No other car in the world can match this record! Unbiased tests on the world's toughest proving grounds help you choose your family car! A i. makes of cars compete in stock-car races. And in these grueling tests of stamina, safety and performance, only results count. That's why, when you look at the record, you know which car is best. To date this year, Hudsons have won 35 out of 39 stock-car races—an all-time record that has never been approached by any other car! How does this help you choose your family car? Well, consider this: • It proves that Hudson's exclusive "step- down" design (with America's lowest center of gravity), gives you road-hugging stability and sure handling no other car can match'! • It proves that Hudson's Monobilt body- and-frame* is the safest, most durable automobile construction known! • It proves that Hudson's famous high- compression engines deliver tremendous power to get you out of tight spots ... that Hudsons have the stamina to take punishment equal to 50,000 miles of ordinary driving in tests where other cars fail. All these important qualities are yours in a Hudson . . . for your pleasure, for your pride, for your protection. There's sleek, streamlined beauty, too, and you don't have to look at the record to see that. Stop in and try a Hudson, or give us a phone call and we'll pick you up at your door. You have a real thrill in store! Trade-mack. Patent! pending; HUDSON MOST DURABLE CAR YOUR MONEY CAN BUY Standard trim and other specifications and accessories subject to change without notice. LUEHRING MOTORS, INC, 711 Delaware Leavenworth, Kansas

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