Two St. Joseph Man Is Speaker at Underwriters G. G. Phillips, manager of the St. Joseph district for the National Life and Accident Co., was the speaker at the regular monthly meeting of the Leavenworth Life Underwriters' Association yesterday at the Skyview. His subject was "conservation." The association appointed John Rea to represent it at a Ballot Battalion meeting last night, and discussed running advertisements urging more people to vote. The plan is to run these ads in October with names of association members listed on them. It was announced that Tom Steinle had been promoted and would soon be transferred to Joplin, Mo. Ed Searle was elected to complete- Steinle's term as secretary-treasurer.?" Thanks were extended to Steinle for his service in that office. For his services in maintaining membership in the local association, Steve Nowowiejski was given a certificate from the National Association of Life Underwriters. Members of the association who would like to start a life underwriters' training course should contact Searle, phone. 1111, it was announced. At the meeting were Don Weidemier, Joe Tyson, Steinle, Rea, William Poteet, Nowowiejski, Hilo Smith, Clarence Duffin, H. J. Lohmann, Bill Moore, Searle, E. Bruce Brunson, George Banrahan and honorary guests Ethan Potter and Dr. Vincent Christ. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 11,1952. (^QUI^ Trial Continued from Page One. YOUR BLOOD IS NEEDED—Keep this picture vividly in mind when you read appeals for blood donors. It shows a wounded man on a litter jeep being given life-saving blood plasma at an aid station near Kumhwa, Korea. Someone in the U. S. gave that blood. Inied drinking beer with them \vheivcian. By then, Mrs. Chaplain said,[ducted by a team of eight business they stopped at the Colony Clubjshe had calmed down. The night men at Caney at Lansing. j supervisor also testified she did lola and Fredonia. ,1 Mrs. Holmes frequently assorted;! Holmes> detect the odor of liquor on In a surprise move Assistant ; she was forced into tne acts withj County Attorney James N. Snyderithe brothers by the "commands" rested the state's case yesterday of the defendant George, afternoon after examining only Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, chan- cellor'of the University of Kansas, is chairman of the coordinating production rate" set "by the I committee for the statewide cam-j Corporation Commission for Sep- ipaign. which will be hell in Octo- tprnhpr Division estimated Thursday. Thi« was 15,843 barrels a day belov* the previous week's estimate, and 23,169 barrels a day below the Stata two witnesses. They were Mrs. Holmes,' the milled neither of nurse'at Wadsworth, and Mrs. Jo-1 threatened to harm Kansas Boy Scout Councils |^f Dr Mui , phy said me kickoff Under cross-examination she ad- Join ill Coordinated Drive.for independent Boy Scout cam- sephine Chaplain, RR 2, night i weapons, nor of nurses at the, VA weapons in the car. the brothers her with any did she see any supervisor CHANUTE (ffl — Joining other Boy Scout Councils of Kansas in a coordinated finance drive, the Se- hospital " JJavts urougiu uui iruia tier inai kan area council Thursday an- Except for a brief recess Mrs none of her clothin S was to ™. norinounced that key men in its eight- Holmes was on the stand for twoj was she hysterical with fright at county area have received instruc- and a half hours. She related m 1 -™* tlme dun "g tne &«s-hour nde.jhons for conduct.ng the campaign. Davis brought out from her that full.detail the events of the five- Mrs. Holmes explained she did E. W. Johnson, Chanute, council were given in three seminars con- hour ride with the two brothers jnot want the brothers to know of [President, said the instructions which began about U p.m. lastlher fright. Christmas eve. | Mrs. Chaplain .described Mrs. 'Homes as being "emotionally up- paigns in all communities without Community Chests will be Oct. 21. Kansas Pipeline Runs Slump Over Week End FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth. hav« suffered veal ^embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wobbled at just the'wrong time. Do not live in fear of this happening to you. _ Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH, the WICHITA (D — Pipeline runs of i alkaline (non acid) powder, on your Kansas rmrlp nil sliimnpH trv 3(1K Plates. Holds false teeth more firm- is.ansas cruae ou Slumped to 3Ub,-| ls 50 they feel more comfortable. 831 barrels daily in the week end-:Does not sour, checks "plate odor" re breath). Get FASTEETH »t ed Sept. 8, the State Conservation ' and "crying e ntered very the loudly" hospital about 4 a.m. According to her testimony the, ride ended about 4 a.m. Giristmas;' day when she was let out of Brad-1 ford's car in front of the hospital.! "I don't think you enjoyed yourj After about 20 minutes Mrs. ride. Babe", she quoted one of thei Hornes wa $ examined by a physi- brothers by as they let her out. Under cross-examination Davis, Mrs. Holmes adamantly denied she had joined the brothers in drinking whiskey from a pint bottle in the car. She further de- The main island of Indonesia Is Java. Seventeen Ordered For Examinations Dr. Melvin H. Morrow, 239 Fifth Avenue, a dentist, today at Kansas City underwent pre-induction examinations. ; The local Selective Service office in an announcement said Dr. Morrow had transferred here for'his examinations from Los Alamos, N.M. Mrs. Mary D. Kelly, clerk of the board, also announced the names of 17 registrants who have been notified to report Sept. "-29 for physical examinations. They are: Robert Eugene England. 1011 South Third; Donald Ray Lindsay, 1419 Spruce; Reece Tyson Nichols, 1500 High; Theodore Joseph Overfield, 10S Olive; Floyd Eugene Fields, 309 Dakota; Norman Aaron Hund, RR 4; George Ear] Klinkenberg, Basehor; James Vernon DeMaranville, Bonner Springs; Charles Dal ton Mitchell, 301 Elm; Raymond Milo Henchek, Lansing; Vernon Richard Ochs, 747 Chestnut; Floyd Richard Kindred, RR 4; Leo Collins Jr., Easton; Leo Leander Wagner, Easton; Wilford Osborn Martin, 624 Ottawa; Bryant Eugene Althaber, 708 Second Ave.; Ernest J. Neisler, 826% Osage. . Neisler transferred here from Bolivar, Tenn. €ar Collides With Truck One Riley Soldier Killed KANSAS CITY, Kas. un — A car occupied by two young Ft. Riley soldiers collided with a truck 12 miles west of here Wednesday, night. One soldier was killed, the other injured slightly. Pfc. William'Cole, 20, Tiffin, la., was killed. Pvt Richard G. Reisner, 21, Union, la., suffered cuts and bruises. They were enroute home on 12-day furloughs. INFANT TREADWAY Infant Treadway, a premature son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Treadway, 523 Short, died yesterday at Gushing Memorial Hospital. Other than the parents the infant is survived by the maternal grandfather, Calestro Yno- jos, 523 Short; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Treadway of Mt. Hope, West Va., and one brother, David of the home. Funeral service will be this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the graveside at Mt Calvary cemetery. The Sumpter funeral chapel was in charge of services. In 1950 North Carolina's production of milk was 409 pounds per person. POWER—Ayatollah Kashani, , above, who heads the fanatical "Warriors of Israel," is regarded ! by both the Western powers and Russia, as the most influential j man in, Iran. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS SAMSONITE Agents for LUGGAGE Leavenworfh Sporting Goods Co. 316 Delaware AMUSEMENTS FRESH, FUNNY, FRANTIC! He's a College Prof with a Post! HER fitftye ROGERS Adults 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 Last Times Tonife (Thurs.) Joel McCrea • In Street" Welcome to the • Opening Roadena Club 734 Metropolitan Thurs., Sepf. 11 With a FREE DANCE • a P. M. to 12 P. M. Andy Blelburn and Orch. —Our Specialty— • Fried Chicken . , 9 Steaks -SPECIAL NOT1CE- "Eisenhower and Stevenson" DAILY DOUBLE Is being served lit Turner's Cafe every day until election day. We are sure you will enjoy your choice, and for only 6Sc \Vliy Not Come In and Try One. Turner's Cafe 327 Delaware "I Closed The Deal At The Coffee Shop The Coffee Shop is a sple place to bring; your fav_. customer for a leisurely, rel; lug, DELICIOUS lunch or d ner amid perfect surrounding: Many business men make " habit to entertain here be* it's auiet—and the service is of this world! We have A New Chef ... His Food Is Wonderful! The Coffee Shop In the S\vann Hotel On the Fourth St Side AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Cool As A Mountain Breeze! Tonife Is Giveaway Nite! with EISA LANCHESTER ANNE FRANCIS Coming Sunday! THE SSGUX INDIANS' JiST Pkis Second Hit -.H MONA FREEMAN Matinees Daily at 2 P.JI. 1 Continuous Shows Sat. From 1 r.SI. to 11 P.M. ! Talent Show In Person —Jack—Frances—Luke —Jimmy Broadcast Over KCLO Don't Miss It! ANY BOYS' IN McGUIRE'S DEPTJ Warm surcoats with 100% wool quilt interlining, fur-like Tim- ton collar. Full zipper front, shirred clastic sides, slash pockets. Water repellant. Sizes 4-12. In blue, green or navy. 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UNITED VETERANS' COUNCIL: Talk To The Town Through The Times ICE CREAM SOCIAL The COURTHOUSE LAWN Friday, Sept. 12, 6-10 PM. Donation, 25 cents. This council is composed of repre- • sentatives from all veterans organizations in Leavenworth county. : - -'
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