The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, September 7, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, September 7,1952., Leavemvorth County will have about 30 representatives at the Kansas Free Fair in Topeka opening today, Club Agent Cliff Beckwith reported. Four head of livestock, crop entries and a number of home economics entries will be on display from this county. Maryland Musings Answer to Previous Puzzle HOUZONTAL 54 Tin-lead alloy 1 Maryland'* 55An 8ry state flower is the black- eyed— : 8 "Fatti Maschili, Parole 20 per cent lawn mowers J (Adv.) discount on Olive Hdw. hand Co.— Fred W. Jinks, Arrington, Kas., tried to pass a slow-moving truck on Cody Hill Friday afternoon. He saw another car coming, tried to pull back in behind the truck, and swiped the left side of his '48 Chevrolet on an overhanging load of lumber the truck was hauling. Jinks messed up his car about 5800 worth, and expressed surprise that he was still in one piece after the accident Berber's open from 9 A.M. till 9 P.M. on Mondays.—(Adv.) Myra E. Kell, Redwood City, Calif., has filed suit for child support against Vernon L. Kell, 1800 • South Second. The hearing, to be set by the county attorney, will be In district court. A marriage license was issued yesterday in probate court: James E. Williams, Basehor, and Evelyn L. Ward, Linwopd. Special — Limited Time only- genuine Dormeyer Electric Food Mixer with 3 Bowls, Meaf Grinder, Juicer, etc., only $39.95. Beautiful 16-Pc. Forest Green Glas s Lunch Set included without extra cost 51.00 down — 51 weekly. Lay-! away or Easty pay Plan. Witt Furniture Co., 404 Cherokee, Open Mon. Night—(Adv.) The people of Stillings School District are happy now that their gchool has reopened. Sixteen pupils reported last week as Mrs. Warren Wiehe of Farley assumed teaching duties. Since the school is operating the reunion association will go ahead with plans for another annual get-together next summer. Orders to close the school had threatened to end the reunions. Miss Rita Fulk, who had taught at Stillings the past four years, has been transferred and is teaching at Hazelwood School east of Weston. Albert L. (Bud) Daws, who has been a patient at Kansas Univer- gity Medical Center, is now improving at his home, 121 Logan. Help wanted — Male, Experienced typist, part time, evenings, state experience. P. O. Box 72, City.—(Adv.) Patrolmen were sent Friday midnight to Pawnee from where a disturbance had been reported. Patrolmen reported quiet had been restored upon their arrival. Earlier a report of a prowler had come from South Broadway. No one could be found when patrolmen arrived. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N. 4th, epen 'til 10 every night—(Adv.) The towerman at the Missouri Pacific office, First and Choctaw, shortly after Friday midnight called police headquarters to report that crewmen of train No. 117 had reported to him that a man clothed in a bathrobe had been standing on the tract at Cochrane station. Dr. E. R. Koontz, Chiropractor, 514% Delaware, Ph. 350.—(Adv.) Randy Brandenburg, 2, son of Luther Brandenburg, RR 1, was injured when the car driven by his . father collided at 7::30 a.m. Saturday with a car owned by Neftal Cartagens and parked in front of his residence at 1110 North Broadway. The child was taken to St. John's Hospital. Both cars were reported damaged. Modernize now. Let us install Kemlne" Is Maryland's 11 Makes speeches 13 Continued story 14 Newest 15 Gossip 16 Tierra del Fuego Indian 17 Division of the calyx 19 Card game 20 Transgressions 22 Golf term 23 Number (pi.) 24 Vipers 26 Emphasis 28 Lion 30 Gibbon 31 Sick 32 Compass point 33 Retrograde 36 Jewish month 39 Far off (comb, form) 40 Land parcel 42 Heavy blow 41 Mohammedan title 45 Prongs 47 Roof finial 48 Kind of palm 50 Many of these are trained at Annapolis, Maryland 52 Ester of oleic add 58 Prepares for competition VEBTICAL 1 Individual • performances 2 Muse of astronomy 3 Devils 4 Dined 5 Promontory 8 Repast 7 Table scrap 8 Names 9 Claws 10 Ersatz butter (slang) 12 Pace 13 Frighten suddenly 18 Dance step 11 Fasten securelj (coll.) 23 Shipworm 25 Occasion (Scot.) 27 Genus of frogs 29 Maryland is nicknamed the " State" 33 Entertain sumptuously 34 Click beetle 35 Eternity 37 Bloodlessness 38 Feel contrition 39 Playing card 41 Trial 43 Wash lightly 45 Lock of hair - (Scot.) 46 Tiburon Indian 49 Light brown 51 River in Switzerland 20 18 52. Z8 12. Zb Vfi 30 53 ZB upholstered booths in your home or • den. We have any style you need. Act now. Let us upholster with speeding, forfeited a $5 bond when he failed Friday to appear in police court. Andrew J. Slat, and restyle your old divan and|USDB, Fort Leavenworth, speed- chairs. You can't buy them as ing, forfeited a 510 bond. $10.95. Witt Furniture Co., 404.until 4:30 p.m. TO assist veterans Cherokee, Open Mon. Night. — (Adv.) Charles Pearson, former Times staffer and for the last several years an instructor at the William Allen White School of Journalism, Kansas University, Friday was discharged from the Wadsworm hospital where he had been for the last year mending a broken leg. Pearson wiE go Thursday to the university for preliminary work and the following week.will resume his work as instructor at the school. Marshall Gardiner, member of the Times news staff, given final discharge veterans' hospital and will resume his work with the also was from the newspaper Monday. He has absent five weeks. been Special — Limited Time only- genuine Dormeyer Frywell (automatic electric Deep-Fryer) now ?29.95. Beautiful 16-Pc. Forest Green Glass Lunch Set included without extra cost. $1.00 down—SI and their dependents or survivors with service work. \ Enjoy homade chili now at the Dairy Maid, 313 S. 5th.—(Adv.) Gene Adams Logan, brother of Woodrow M. Logan, 913 Pottawat omie, received his master of science degree during the summer session of the University of Uli- nois. He had received his bachelor degree from Southwest Teacher College, Springfield, Mo. Logan has been assigned to the physical education department of UCLA, Los Angeles, where he will teach corrective therapy. This is his first teaching job. The Logans and small daughter, Diane, live in Los Angeles. Do you have a drinking problem? Do you really want to get well and stay well? Alcoholics Anonymous can help you if you are sincere. Write A.A., P.O. Box 127, Leav., Kansas.—(Adv.) Sgt. Robert E. Hatfield, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Koontz, 614 Columbia, is being rotated from Korea where has served with the 27th Regiment, 25th Division. He entered the army in October, 1950. Before entering the service, he was graduated from Kansas City College of Mortuary Science. He wears the commendation ribbon and the combat infantryman badge. Lost — Brown leather billlfold, contains money and valuable papers, reward. Velma Milbourne, 100 E. Logan, Ph. 1029-J.—(Adv.) Maj. Howard M. Dailey, whose wife, Shirley, and daughter, Diane, live at 1309 Delaware, is serv- meet Monday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m I ing with' X Corps in Korea. The in IOOF Hall. Visitors are wel-| m aj°r is a graduate of South 'Dakota State College and servedj with Sixth Army in Europe duringj Guy Maxwell, formerly at Con-;World War IT. He has been award- tinental Hotel, Kansas City, Mo.,led the Bronze Star and the French Croix de Guerre. Guy Maxwell, formerly at Continental Hotel, Kansas City, Mo., Pay 404 Open Mon. Night.— weekly. Layaway or Easy Plan. Witt Furniture Co., Cherokee, (Adv.) A passer-by at 12:55 a.m. Saturday discovered smoke coming in from the Jack Sololov building at Broadway and Delaware. The police department was notified and the alarm relayed to the fire department. Spontaneous combustion was listed as the cause of a fire in a pile of rags. A lead hose was laid out and the blaze doused. There was no other damage, Chief Bob Schroeder reported. Manilla Camp No. 1 and General Leavenworth Auxiliary will now playing the Hammond Organ nightly at Rex's Lounge.—(Adv.) good anywhere. Superior Upholstering Service. Phone 23.—(Adv.) John Keeler, 712 Spruce, charged New! Bridge Table On Friday, Sept. 12, a represen- (tative of the Kansas Veterans' I Commission will be in Leaven- Extension worth at Kansas State Employ-] now playing the Hammond Organ nightly at Rex's Lounge.—(Adv.) The annual meeting and election Saturday morning on a 5300 paper bond. Used lumber, all sizes; used o£ officers of the Leavenworth windows and doors. 220 Seneca, County Fish and Game Association will be held Monday, Sept. 8 at 8 p:m. at VFW Hall. Open under new management, The Circlette Salon of Beauty. Call 4105 for appointment.—(Adv.) Friendly and Benevolent Society will sponsor a program at 3 p.m. today at St. James C.M.E. Church, 4th and Pennsylvania. The Rev. L. Kelly will give the sermon. Lee Coldren, 628 Columbia, will enter Providence Hospital, Kansas City, Kas. on Sept. 9 for surgery. Ice Cream Social, 5:30 P.M.; public dance, 8:30 P.M.; at Lansing High School Auditorium, Friday, Sept. 12th, "Dutch" Kern's Orchestra, Proceeds Band Uniforms. —(Adv.) Alva Darby, 301% Cherokee, Friday afternoon was arrested by Patrolmen Henry Jordan and John Bogner. He was booked on a charge of driving without a license. Red clay flower pots and saucers, 1%" to 8", 3c up. Olive Hdw. Co.—(Adv.) Grover Johnson, 419% North Fourth, was booked at 9 p.m. Friday at police headquarters of being drunk and charges possessing an unsealed bottle of liquor in his motorcar. He was being held yesterday in default of $225 bond. Rent a new car or truck by hour, day or longer. Bowman Car Rental, 714 Del.. Ph. 876.—(Adv.) George R. Jacobs, 1008 Kenton, at 11 p.m. Friday was placed under arrest by Patrolmen Bill Al-il ford and Louis Fairhurst At police!! headquarters he was charged with|l driving while under the influence!! of intoxicants. He was released Ph. 4741, weekdays after 6 P. M. all day Sunday.—(Adv.) Mrs. Lara Meyer, 607 Third Ave., has returned from a three- month visit with her son, LaVerne Munt, and his family in Highland Park, Los Angeles. California's two eathquakes occurred while she was there. On her return she was noticed that her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stormes of Grants Pass, Ore., ac- compained by their son, Sgt. Merle Stormes, who is stationed at Camp Carson, Colo., would arrive this week end for a visit I£ you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. Before the war, it was compulsory for schools to have a picture of the emperor in a place of hon* or. School opened with a bow to the imperial picture. After th$ war, when the emperor renounced his "divinity," the practice was dropped and the pictures came down. The.current Geneva Convention, signed in 1949, required a nation to give the enemy complete and accurate lists of prisoners of war taken. SCHOOL GETS PORTRAIT TOKYO ffl— A school in Akita, Northern Japan, recently asked for and received a portrait of Emperor Hirohito, something Japanese schools have not had since the war. The school placed the imperial photograph in a place of honor in a special alcove. This prompted a writer for Asahi Shimbun to wonder in print if 'emperor worship was being revived. place sizes, special $9.95 and Tops, green felt covered, 6 and 8- ment Office in the Elk's Building.' He will be in town from 12:30 p.m. Enhance your dancing beauty ( by placing a few drops of your favorite perfume on a cotton ball, and then taping it to the underneath h,em of your SCHILLO RETAIL LIQUOR STORE 404 Shawnee Phone 665 5% to 190 Proof Half Pints to Gallons Bottle or Case 14-Yr. Old Laphroaig and 25-Yr. Ambassador Scotch I I OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY For your convenience Groceries, Meat* and Staples THE URKIN GROCERY 200 Delaware. JEWISH NEW YEAR'S CARDS We have a wide selection. (Jewish New Year's is Sat, Sept 20) HERBER'S 104 So. 5th Ph. 635 You Will Get The "Best" In Prescription Service At WEBER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP 527 Delaware Phone 21 ' First class for travel—first rate for town! What could be more practical—or better looking—than this lightweight Dobbs Cross Country? $8.50 Other Dobbs Hats to $15.00. Stevens Hats, $5. 00 and $7.50. RE-OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS STARTING SEPT. 8 Fall-Winter Store Hours: Monday: 7:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Tuesday through Saturday: 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Gronis Hardware & Seed Co. Olive Hardware Company Don't DAY DREAM about your "carpets of the fntnre" Have them now... with our PAY DREAM Plan! 9x12 AXMINSTER $57 ALL WOOL New Arrivals For Fall Ir Botany "500" SUITS and TOPCOATS $60 and $65 Clipper Craft Suits $45, $50 and $55 McGregor Sportswear For Fall In a full array of styles and colors, now here for your approval. Tom Sawyer Apparel for Boys—America's Finest! 428 Delaware SEE OUR BROADLOOM In 9,12 and 15-Ft. Widths. 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