The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 20
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, September 7, 1952
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Twenty THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, September 7,1952. -m- tf , *, t f ,' ftr ' y^ Miss Laurence Died Saturday In New York NEW YORK m — Gertrude Lawrence, whose ability to do almost anything on the stage made her the toast of two continents, diec in New York Hospital Saturday at the age of 51. Miss Lawrence, a top star for more than a quarter of a century Jeft her Broadway role in "The King and I" on Aug. 16 for treatment of yellow jaundice. However, a family -associate saic the jaundice was not the cause o: her death. He said an autopsy would be performed in an effort to determine the cause. She went to the hospital only a1 the insistence of her husband. Richard Aldrich, after going through her performances painfully for four- days. "She wouldn't give in,' 1 said Aldrich, a producer. Hes and too close friends were at her bedside when she died. . The English-born actress' last appearance in the Rodgers-Hammerstein musical, based on the book "Anna and the King of Siam," was at the matinee of Aug. 16. A versatile actress, at one time she played a hilarious burlesque role in the musical "Oh, Kay" in London—and at special matinees also played the cold and severe spinster in Owen Davis's Pulitzer Prie winning drama of 1923, "Icebound." Miss Lawrence, born in London, made her first theater appearance at the age of two. Her father, an interlocutor in a London minstrel show, put her on a lobby chair Fill Dirt For Sale •• Phone 823 or 779 and told her to smile. It helped sell programs. She made her stage debut in London at the age of 10 in a pantomine for children. Three years later she met a small boy who later was to win renown on the stage also—Noel Coward. She and Coward remained fast friends from that time onward, and played together on the stage at times. Hers was a storybook life—and a typically rags-tc-riches career. In her childhood she sometimes was lucky to have even soup for her meals. But her love for the theater paid off in later years with many a prize award and "standing room only" sign. Police Department In KC Criticized KANSAS CITY ID—The Kansas City police department was criticized today in the final report of a Jackson County grand jury. The jury cited low morale and lack of teamwork within the Department and described.the situation in the department as ''already serious." Also criticized by the jury was the administration of the Jackson County jail. A recent jail break there was described as "a culmination of a chain of errors, mismanagement and dereliction of duties, all of which were preventable." Eight secret indictments were returned by the jury in its report to Circuit Judge Joe W. McQueen. Fore'man of the jury was Alex F. Sachs, Kansas City postmaster. AUSTRALIA'S NEW CHIEF- Field Marshal Sir William Slim, above, has been appointed Governor Genera] of Australia. Slim, 61, who will succeed Sir William McKell in the position, is expected to relinquish his present appointment as chief of Britain's Imperial General Staff, in November. grims were scattered over many miles of mountain trails when the post - monsoon snows overtook them. JACK FREES TREED BOY NEWARD, N.J. Iff)—A woman called police when she heard Gerald Grance Jr. acreaming from his 12-foot-high perch in a nearby tree. When the emergency squad arrived they found Gerald's right *nee securely wedged into a crotch : the tree; After pulling and tugging efforts had failed the youngster was freed when a small hydraulic jack finally forced the branches apart LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS INVITATION FOR BIDS Office of the City Clerk, City of Leavenworth, Kansas. September 4, 1952 Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals for the Razing of Buildings at 119-121 North 5th Street, in the City of Leavenworth. Kansas will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, at Leavenworth, Kansas until 7:30 P.M. on the 16th day of September, 1952, and publicly opened and read aloud. The proposal. Information for Bidders. General Stipulations, along with Contract Forms, Performance Bo n d and Statutory Bond, may be.examined at the office of the City Clerk, Leavenworth, Kansas. Each bid shall be made on the printed proposal form which will be provided by the City and shall be sealed and delivered to the City Clerk, endorsed. "Proposal for Razing of Buildings", on the outside of the envelope. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check. Cashier's Check on a solvent bank, or a Bid Bond written by a Surety Company acceptable to the City, in the amount of One Hundred Dolllars (S100.00), which may be retained by the City until a contract for the work shall have been awarded. Bid Bonds or Checks will be returned to the "Unsuccesssful bidders when their bids are rejected; the bid bond or check of the successful bidder will be LEGAL NOTICES returned when a satisfactory performance bond shall have beeen furnished. Specifications may be obtained from the City Clerk at his office, City Hall, Leavenworth, Kansas. No bidder may withdraw his bid for at least thirty (30) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. The successful bidder shall start work within ten (10) days after being notified to proceed by the owner. City of Leavenworth, Kansas By J. C. Walker, City Clerk (Seal) (First insertion Sept. S, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) V RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO CORE, GUTTER, GRADE, PAVE AND OTHERWISE IMPDOVE- OTTAWA STREET FROM THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RAILROAD TRACKS, WEST APPROXIMATELY 600 FEET, IN THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS, AND REQUIRING THE CONSULTING ENGINEER OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, TRUMAN SCHLUP, TO PREPARE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND I.EGAL NOTICES PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES THEREOF TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY FOR ITS APPROVAL. WHEREAS, the petition required by law for such improvement has been submitted to the Board of Commissioners requesting that the aforesaid improvements be made, to-wit: the curbing, guttering, grading, paving and otherwise improving Ottawa Street from the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad tracks west aoDrox- imately 600 feet. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS: Section 1. That it is hereby declared necesssary to curb, gutter, grade, pave and otherwise improve Ottawa Street from the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad tracks west approximately 600 feet, in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas. Section 2. The cost of the Improvement described in section one shall be borne by the owners of the land liable for special asssessment therefor which special assessments shall be levied to pay the cost of said improvement as by law provided. Section 3. That the Consulting Engineer of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas. Truman Schlup. shall prepare LEGAL NOTICES plans and specifications for laid improvements and preliminary estimates of the cost thereof, which plans, specifications and preliminary estimates shall be presented to this Board for its approval. Section 4. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolution to be mada'for six days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper of the NOTICES City of Leayenworth, Kansas, and that this resolution shall be effective irom and after the sixth publication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 2nd day of September, 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor ATTEST: J. C. Walker. City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved: Sept. 2," 1952 (First insertion Sept 5, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 6t) 350 Pilgrims Perish On Himalayan Slopes NEW DELHI, India Iff) — Newspapers reported Saturday at least 350 pilgrims perished and many others are missing in a fierce storm that caught them on a trek :oward the sacred seat of the Hindu gods on the high, glacial slopes of the Himalayas. A spokesman for the Indian government said he doubted if an accurate count of the dead was possible, however, because the pil- We are in the market for RED CLOVER We will clean this seed over our mills and pay you top price for the clean seed, or we would run dockage on uncleaned seed and pay you top price if you reclean the seed yourself. F. A. MANGELSDORF SEED COMPANY 800 Main Street Atchison, Kansas. Phone 86. Wanted 2 Telephone Operators Apply in person AMERICAN CAB 320 Cherokee St Or Phone 4696. R. F. Goodrich Co. has an opening for a man with some office and sales experenice. Opportunity for Promotion and a future with a large Corporation. Contact local store manager, Wm. Klasinski, for details. Only young men can sell need apply. who BIG VALUES IN SAFE BUY USED CARS See These: For a truly dependable used car Uiat's really usable, come down to B&G Mtrs. Your inspection i s invited without obligation. All cars guaranteed . . . you must be satisfied or no sale. '51 Lincoln 2-Door '50 Lincoln 4-Door '50 Ford 2-Door '50 Ford Cpe. '50 Mercury Sedan '50 Pontiac Cpe. '49 Mercury 4-Door '48 Ford Convertible '47 Pontiac 4-Door '46 Mercury 4-Door '46 Plymouth 2-Door '41 Chevrolet '37 Dodge 4-Door Easy Budget Terms on all Motor Car Repairs Tires • Accessories "We're small enough to know you; Big enough to help you." B&G MOTOR CO. -•• WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF CARS 7th & Shawnee Tel. 377--378 Week End Special! '42 MERCURY CLUB COUPE $395 • Good tires. • Radio and heater.' • Motor excellent. DOLING MOTOR CO. 7th & Delaware WAYNE FEEDS with the I.Q. Test • Armour's New Pebble Plant Fertilizer. Leavenworth Feed & Supply 722 Shawnee Phone 799 - For Sale - Cheapies! 40 DeSOTO Was Now 38 CHRYSLER Was Now '40 FORD Was N° $150. 39 STUDE8AKER CHAMPION Was Now $150. '38 PLYMOUTH Was ' 38 BUICK $125. Was §195. '41 OLDSMOBILE J£ »"* $245. '42 OLDSMOBILE Was §395. Now $295. LUEHRSNG NEW Used Car Lot 716-18-20-22 Del. USED CARS 1951 KAISER 19,000 miles. 1949 KAISER Beige color. 1948 PONTIAC Convertible. 1947 CHEVROLET Coupe. 1947 FORD Special Deluxe. 1946 BIIICK Excellent contition. 1946 DODGE Equipped. Kellison Kaiser-Frazer SAFETY-TESTED USED CARS 1951 CADILLAC "62" 4-DOOR SEDAN—Radio, neater, Hydra-Matic, new white sidewall tires. A 1- owner car that's just like new. Actually a better buy than some new ones. 1949 OLDS "98" 4-DOOR SEDAN—Radio and heater, Hydra-Matic, 1-owner. A very clean, good automobile. 1949 OLDS "76" 4-DOOR SEDAN—Radio and heater, Hydra-Matic, very clean and in excellent condition. See this one today! 1949 BUICK 2-DOOR—R & H, Dynaflow drive. Very clean car that's priced to sell now. 1948 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN—R&H, new seat covers, good tires. Runs very good. A bargain buy. 1947 OLDS CLUB COUPE—R&H, Hydra-Matic, good tires. A clean car! Special Prices This Week End On These Cheap Cars for Hunting and Fishing: '41 Buick 2-Dr. '40 Buick 4-Dr. '39 Plymouth 2-Door. Here's A Real Bargain — 1935 FORD 2-DOOR—Exceptionally clean inside and out. New clutch, new water pumps and ready to go. $75.00. Perry L. Black Motor Co. 200 S. Broadway Phone 608 Oldsmobile-Cadillac OPEN EVENINGS OPEN SUNDAYS 106 So. Bdwy. Phone 302 WHY WAIT? Buy Your HEATING Needs NOW! Vew, 8000 BTU, White Porcelain BATHROOM HEATERS ?3.95 New, 20,000 BTU, Vented Brown PorceUin HEATERS $29.95 New, 30.000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS $39.95 New, 40,000 BTU, Vented Brown, Porcelain HEATERS $61.50 New. 65,000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS ?99.50 New 35,000, 50,000, 70,000 BTU . FLOOR FURNACES with Automatic Controls. Only Sl-50 weekly. We also have a good supply of Stove Pipe, Gas Pipe, Fittings, Tubing and Stove Connectors. See OS NOW for a WARM • and COMFY Winter! Easy Terms. Lay-away Plan. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT DEPOT 713-15 Shawnee Ph. 995 5-Room Bungalow •Excellent location, close to schools. • 2 baths, tub and shower. • Breakfast room. • Basement garag*. • Screened Porches. • . • Gas Furnace. Hotpoint electric range, GE refrigerator, Bendix automatic washer and 36" ventilating fan included. $ 12,000 The Reyburn Agency Phone 336 For Sale On Sealed Bids My 5-Room Fully Modern Home At 400 Garland Street Gas heat, hardwood floors, bath, garage, full basement, chicken house, 84 x 180-ft. lot. Leaving City—See Sunday afternoon or nights after 6:30. Bids will be accepted until 9 P. M., Monday Sept. 15, and the right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Frank M. Bordy, Owner. For Sale GROCERY STORE • Excellent Location • Good Volume Business • New Equipment Throughout • Selling Because of Illness in Family $4500.00 THE REYBURN AGENCY BLUE RIBBON USED CARS 1951 PLYMOUTH 2-Door 1950 NASH 2-Door 1949 PACKARD Convertible 1949 PACKARD Club Sedan 1949 PACKARD 4-Door 1948 PACKARD 4-Door 1941 OLDSMOBILE 4-Door 1937 FORD 2-Door 1936 CHEVROLET 4-Door Special September Used Car Sale! ENRIGHT MOTOR CO. 5th and Olive Sts. I "Quality Has No Substitute — PACKARD" Car Radiators Repaired MOST UP - TO - DATE RADIATOR REPAIR DEPT. IN CITY, OPERATED BY MANUFACTURER TRAINED MECHANICS! Permanent type antifreeze is expensive — costs around $4.00 per gallon;—so don't lose it. One way to guard against this is to make sure your car's cooling system is in A-l shape. Get ready for Winter NOW! Have your car radiator repaired in our shop soon. Reasonable prices. All work guaranteed! You Can Get Longer Tire Wear... Enjoy Easier Driving with FRONT END ALIGNING Only $5.75 Any make of car! Boling Motor Co. Sales K^3R» Service 701 Delaware Phone 3245 USED CAR Deal Is In Platte Cityt Only 12 miles from LeavenworthI '50- Pontiac Convertible with twin spot lights. - . '50 Chevrolet Convertible—Beautiful green color. '48 Chevrolet Fleetline 4-Door—New tires. '51 Mercury Mercomatic 2-Door—Perfect; low mileage. '48 Pontiac 4-Door—Hydra-Matic. One of the best buys on our lot. '47 Pontiac 2-Dr. '40 Plymouth 2-Dr. '48 CMC 1-ton Pickup. '47 International y 4 -ion Pickup. '41 Ford Convertible. '51 Pontiac 4-Door with Hydra-Matic—Loaded with extras! The best buy here! S1895.00. MYERS PONTIAC Open all day Saturday and Sunday. Platte City, Mo. Pllone „ One Block East ot the Courthouse YEEPS.' TME ANT1 — WHICKLE" PATRQUf HURRY/ HE'S STILL JUST GOT A HOT WHICKIE -HP FROM ONE OF OUR. SPIES AT THE CRUMPET Mur; DINS DOM&- VWAYS OK> ftKO VOOtt OPWtV-WfcVXt HPWt \ Wtft&O SOCA 600O OftV . CHVkXSRttt «8£ SO ,<BVSt SUCH YNBRVCWSOKiS CftN> AN> OVS> <3V\OSX .

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