The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas (2024)

1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I This and That Support suits have been filed in Leavenworth County District included the state through K. Kathy A. Mohan, against Kevin Moore, no address listed, support for one child; Teresa Williams, 828 Cherokee, against Rodney Danile, no address given, support for one child; Rosalie Ruth Wisdom, Arcadia, against Robert Wayne for Schneidler, Winchester, support one child; Hawaii Department of Social Services and Housing against Yancy C. Vinuya, Fort Leavenworth, support for one child; Teresa Gayle Rose, Loveland, Ohio, against Donald Linwood, support for one child; Bobbie Sue Harper, Colorado Springs, against David Z. for Harper, 3400 Pin Oak, support one child; and Linda Durst, Linwood, against Charles Underwood, no address given, support for three children.

Virginia East is no longer with the Holiday Plaza Salon. She is now located at 113 Fairlane, Lansing. Call 727-6335. (Adv.) Don't put a bomb in your attic, Celluloise Fiber Insulation is nothing but shredded paper. We use Fireproof Mineral Rock Wool Insulation.

Compare free estimates, terms. Leavenworth Insulation Company, 724 Shawnee. 682-6927. (Adv.) One of defendant Alvin Shilling's claims against third party defendants, the Water and Waste Company, Olathe, and Robintech Fort Worth, was dismissed Wednesday in Leavenworth County District Court. The suit filed in 1973 by Rural Water District No.

8 against Shilling, doing business as Shilling Electric Tonganoxie, and the others continues. Terry Smith, 422 Fourth was ordered to pay $186 to the state Department of Social and Rehabilitative Services Wednesday in Leavenworth County District Court for overpayment he received from the aid to dependent children of an unemployed parent program. Attention school age boys and girls. Earn your own spending money plus a chance to win prizes by delivering The Leavenworth Times in your neighborhood. Routes soon available in following areas 4th and Miami and the Lawrence Ave.

fire station area. For more info. call 682- 0305 and ask for circulation. (Adv.) Order your Christmas smoked hams: 'now. Country Boy, 727-3248.

We also smoke: Turkeys. (Adv.) Positive Creation will be appearing this Pri. and Sat. nites at The Crows Nest. (Adv.) Two year probation periods terminaled Wednesday in Leavenworlh County District Court for Victor R.

Harding and Sharon A. Harding, no addresses given and for James C. Patterson, no address listed. Robert L. Gambrel, Kansas City, pleaded guilty to public intoxication Wednesday in Leavenworth County District Court and was fined $50 plus court costs.

The charge of unlawful use of a weapon was dismissed. Live dancers. will be appearing week at The Stables. Pioneer cur stereo now available. We install what we sell.

Thompson's TV, 1345 Metro. (Adv.) Hot Springs Plan, Club International, 91o1, Sat. 10 10 2. 599 E. Eisenhower Rd.

Funeral Notices -Sumpter Funeral Chapels 5th and Oak 682-1614 SANTA Mrs. Anne M. The Funeral Mass will be Friday at St. Casimir Church. Interment will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Parish Wake Service in our Chapel at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The family suggests memorials to St. Casimir Church, Emergency Relief Center or 10 Saint John Hospital. Friends may call at the Chapel.

Daris Funeral Chapel Shawnee at 6th Ph. 682-5523 DAY Henry Kenneth (Ken), Lakeport, Calif. Graveside ser. vices will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday al Mount Muncie Cemetery.

The Rev. Howard Jones, pastor of the Church of the Open Door, will officiate. Friends may call at the Davis Funeral Chapel, 7 10 9 p.m. Friday. Closed Casket.

In time of need there is comfort in knowing all is attended to according 10 your wishes. We serve oll faiths. LARKIN-BROWNI FUNERAL HOME Charles Larkin Judson Brown 61h Olive Beware of the Fly By Night Insulation Man, 20 years in the insulation business qualifies us to insulate your home right. We use Foamy UF. Foam Insulation.

for walls and Fireproof Mineral Rock Wool in attics. Free estimates, terms. Leavenworth Insulation Company. Adv.) Co-ordinates Patty wool group with velvet blazer is fantastic! See it al the Gaslight, 221 Delaware. (Adv.) The Advisory Council of Area Agency will meet Monday, at 2:30 p.m.

at the Leavenworth Mutual Savings and Loan Association al Tonganoxie. In the event of ice or snow the meeting will be cancelled. All members in the Leavenworth Area will meet at 2 p.m. al Planters II for transportation to and from the meeting. A divorce was granted Wednesday in Leavenworth County District Court to Eleanor K.

Patterson, 424 Pawnee, and Vernon A. Patterson Seventh and Kickapoo. The Country Pearls will be playing at The Silver Dollar Club, Fri. and Sat. (Adv.) Bingo at St.

Joseph Church has been cancelled tonight because of the weather and hazardous driving conditions. The Leavenworth City-County Bookmobile, driven by James C. Tibbelts, Lansing, slid into two mailboxes Monday after hitting a slick spot County Route 5, northeast of County Route 34, according to the Leavenworth County Sheriff Department Steven D. Preston, Lawrence, slid into a ditch Monday on County Route 1, three miles south of U.S. 24, according to the Leavenworth County Sheriff Department.

He was not injured. Chiaverini VS. Garcia, Dec. 15th. Tickets First National Bank.

(Adv.) The Poorhouse brings you 'Leather and Lace Fri. nite, Wendy and the Searchers Sat. nite, 9:30 to 1:30, no cover charge. (Adv.) Vehicles driven John Robinson, Veterans Administration Center, and Perkins, ..4409 Tuesday at Fourth Lakeview: collidednion. Police reported no injuries.

An item in the article on snowrelated accidents in Tuesday's edition incorrectly stated that vehicles driven by James B. Murphy and Betty Porter collided. The Porter vehicle was parked at the lime of the incident. The John Roller Band returns to The Stables by popular request Tues. thru Sat.

(Adv.) Antiques are forever We have 18 dealer booths of beautiful antiques for, your personal selection of a lasting gift. Glassware, coins, furniture, primitives, Indian jewelry, etc. Shop for Christmas at The Landing Antique, Markel, Cherokee. Leavenworth, Open every Sat. 10 to 5:30 p.m.

(Adv.) A brick was thrown through the window the Salvation Army Thrift Shop, 401 S. Fifth, late Tuesday or early today, according to police. Damage is estimated at about $200. A vehicle driven by Margaret G. Brunson, 353 Lawrence slid in the snow Monday and hit a parked vehicle belonging 10 Agnes M.

Scharer, 2134 Kenton, in a city parking lot in the 500 block of Shawnee. Only minor damage was reported by police. Mark Young and Brass, music for your dancing pleasure, Dec. 10, 8 to 12 p.m., Community Room, 207 Delaware. Admission $2 person.

(Adv.) Dance to Mark Young and Brass, 207 Delaware, Saturday, Dee. 10. Adv.) Rose J. Webb, 2915 Grand called the fire department Tuesday to put out a fire in a trash can. apparently started by cigaretts butis.

The fire was out on arrival. Estate. Auction. Auction of household furnishings and miscellaneous. Estate of Martin Killilay, 215 Poplar, Kan.

Terms cash. Watch paper for complete listing. Auction date, Dee. 18. 1977.

Auctioneer. Joe Lozenski. 727-1142. Adv.) A marriage license was issued Tuesday in Leavenworth County District Court. to Paul Nathan Godfrey and Dorothy Wilma Lara, both of Leavenworth.

Tonite is Special Ladies nite at The Crows Nest, male dancers for the ladies only, 9 to 12. (Adv.) All winter coals reduced 25 pel, down, denim and many other styles, limited to stock on hand, Wheelers, 745 Delaware. (Adv.) Break Break Circult Breakers Radio Club will sponsor a dance Dec. 10th al the VFW. Doors open al 7 p.m.

Everyone inviled. (Adv.) Frank L. Robberson 1, was taken to Munson Army Hospital with a bump on his forehead as a result of an accident Tuesday on Fourth, south of Marion. A vehicle driven by Frank L. Robberson Fort Leavenworth, was stopped for traffic another car when driven it was by hit Kathy by Gray, Easton, according to police.

James S. Dixon, 17, 309 was hospitalized Tuesday as a result of a fist fight with another juvenile in cafeteria at Leavenworth High School. The incident was reported to police by school officials. The Homefoamers of Leav. We do it right, attic and sidewalls.

Free estimates. Atlas Insulation, 682-7979. (Adv.) The Times in its Tuesday issue incorrectly reported that Schneeberger, a new lawyer here, lives al Lansing. He lives at 1315 -C Stonleigh Court. 25 r'ems.

pct. Lay- all jewelry and gift for Christ. mas! Leav. Jewelry, 215 S. 5th.

'(Adv.) Rose M. Byington, 808 N. 12th, told police sometime Tusday or Wednesday someone broke the numbers off her mailbox. Earlier a garage window was broken but she failed to report the minor damage. Camelen M.

Combs, a city police officer, was taken to Munson Army Hospital Tuesday after her patrol car crashed into a house at 1524 Shawnee, cording to the Kansas Highway Patrol. Officer Combs was responding a fire call when the. mishap. occurred. vehicle apparently, faited tomaneuver and Allen.

Mrs. Combs remains in the hospital in satisfactory condition. Attention Eagles Members: We still have New Year's tickets for sale, $8 each dance, free set-ups free breakfast. Days times of sales: 7-9 p.m., Dec. 9, '77; 1 to 3 p.m.

7 to 9 p.m., Dec. 10th, '77; 7 till Dec. 13, '77. (Adv.) Get your Barbi doll clothes for Christmas. Some custom made.

513 S. 6th St. 651-5361. (Adv.) Lt. Col.

Joseph M. Dunn and Maj. David S. Brapoh will present an armchair tour of their country, Liberia, in the Fort Leavenworth Know Your World program Friday. The free program is to the public and will begin at 3:45 p.m.

in Marshall Auditorium at Bell Hall. Casa De Ora presents music by Raintree County Dec. 9th, 9:30 to 1:30, Dec. 10 closed. (Adv.) Leo A.

Baldwin, 1605 Cherokee, told police Wednesday his mailbox had been hit with a blunt instrument sometime between Sept. 12 and Nov. 30. We will be closed Dec. 10 and 11.

We are resurfacing our lanes. Thank you. Crown Lanes. (Adv.) The Homefoamers of Leav. We do it right, allie, and sidewalls, free estimales.

Atlas Insulation, 682-7979. (Adv.) Gasoline, unleaded. tax Coors beer $1.70 a six pack to go. SACO selfservice, across from battery factory. I Adv.

Dim pi DA pie pi Da To my many friends and customers and to the Leavenworth and Lansing area, may you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and ous New Year. Hank's Tree Service pa Card of Thanks Mrs. Genevieve Vanderstaay and Mr. Mrs. Frank Carney of Leavenworth thank relatives and friends for the cards, memorials, and masses received in memory of their grandson, Timothy Gerald Vanderstaay, recently deceased.

Stock market summary' as of 1 p.m. New York time: -Jones 30 industrials 811.94 up 4.51. NYSE volume 11,940,000. The Leavenworth office of Edward D. Jones members, New York Stock Exchange, reported a higher market and active trading this morning.

Brokers say the advance is fueled by a favorable wholesale price index announcement. Additional markets on page 9. Stocks of local interest: .59 up Duckwall bid unch -Rbnsn bid unch Gould up Gt-Midwst bid down Guys Foods bid unch down unch Marion Lab .13 unch Marriott up Rival Mfg bid up Wal-Mart. down Hospital Notes ST. JOHN Admitted Wednesday: Carolyn McConnel.

Lansing: Gayla Florence, Basehor: Jean Chaffin, 307 N. Broadway: Leroy Jefferson, Lansing. Dismissed Wednesday: Romona Cantu, 2900 Martin Luther King Drive; David Godfrey, 1028 Pottawatomie; Kenneth W. Goetting 1227 Lawrence Clidy Neal, 612 N. Fourth; Waiter Coffey, 1500 Pawnee; Melvin Bradfield, 11112 Walnut; Robert Herring, 203 Linn; Mrs.

Susan Carleskint and daughter, 617 Kickapoo. CUSHING Admitted Wednesday: John Heintzelman, 103 Woodmoor Court; Bonnie Mefford, Weston, Mamie Phelps, chenanters II; Neldean Mosbacher, Beatrice Arnold, 2925 Martin Luther King Drive; Hans Freienmuth, Tonganoxie; Arnold Treat, 1234 Ottawa: Goss Morton, 523 Edward Murray. 775 Ottawa; Cary Fincher, 1015 N. Ninth. Dismissed Wednesday: Janice Carpenter, RR Virginia Reilinger, Oskaloosa.

Area Deaths Anne Santa The funeral Mass for Mrs. Anne M. Santa, 69, 919 Ohio, will be at 3 p.m. Fridays in St. Casimir Church.

son, the Rev. Thomas M. Santa, will be the principal concelebrant. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery, The parish wake service will be at 7:30 p.m. today in BeldenSexton-Sumpter Funeral Chapel, The family suggests memorials to the Emergency Relief Center, St.

Casimir Church or St. John Hospital. Mrs. Santa died Wednesday in St. John Hospital.

She was born June 20, 1908, in Cleveland, Ohio, the daughter of Peter and Veronic Andrusaitis Rockey. She was married 1928, to Michael T. Santa. They moved to Leavenworth in 1942, where Mr. Santa was assigned as associale warden and superintendent of industries at the U.S.

Penitentiary until he died in 1959. Mrs. Santa served as secretary of Immaculate Conception Church and Mount Calvary Cemetery from 1965 until she became ill last June. She was a member of St. Casimir Church, the church's Altar Society, and the Catholic Literary Club.

She was an member of Philomathean Club. She served volunteer nurse's aide at St. John Hospital during World War II. Survivors, other than her son, Father Thomas Santa, include three daughters, Mrs. Patricia.

Forge, Austin, Texas, Mrs. Ona 421. Chestnut, and Mrs. Roberta Sexton, 101 Ethel Lane, Lansing; and 16 grandchildren. Friends may call at the chapel.

Edward Joice Graveside services for Edward W. Joice, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Joice, Wichita, were Wednesday at Mount Muncie Cemetery.

Henry Day Henry Day The graveside service for Henry Kenneth "Ken" Day, 45, Lakeport, formerly of Leavenworth, will be al 11 a.m. Saturday in Mount Muncie Cemetery. Mr. Day died in a plane crash Monday at Lakeport. He was born March 4, 1932, in Nebraska, the son of Henry and Bertha Day.

He was, a graduate of Leavenworth High School Finnely College, Kansas City, Mo. He was the owner and manager of the Lampson Aviation Airport, Lakeport. He was a Marine veteran of the Korean War and the recipient of the Purple Heart. He was a civil engineer. He was a member of the Elk's Lodge, Panama Canal; A.0.P.A.; Bonanza Society; Professional Engineers Society of California; and the National Society of Traffic Engineers.

Survivors include Mrs. Shirley Day of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Lisa Baker, and two sons, Kenneth Day and Gary Day, all of Lakeport, his mother, Mrs. Bertha F. Day, Bolivar, two brothers, Robert Day, Bolivar, and Everett Day, Tampa, a sisier, Mrs.

Doris Haupt, Bolivar, a grandchild; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Vera Day, 826 Miami; and three nephews, Larry Day, 42 Woodmoor Court; Rodney I Day, 1140 Olive, and Gerald Day, Security, Colo. Friends may call at the Davis Funeral Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Closed casket.

Joseph Bates BONNER SPRINGS The funeral for Joseph Bates, 78, Tucson, formerly of Basehor, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Alden Harrington and Sons Chapel, here. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Basehor. Mr. Bales died Monday in Tucson.

was born in Missouri and had lived in Basehor most of his life before' moving to Tucson four years ago. He was a farmer before he retired. He was a member of the Basehor United Methodist Church. Survivors include his sister, Miss Margaret Bates of the home. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m.

Friday at the chapel. John French SMITHVILLE, Mo. The funeral Leoneard French, Smithville, who died Wednesday in a hospital here, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Smithville First Christian Church. Burial will be in Ridgely Cemetery County, Mo.

Mr. French, who was born in Platte County, was a farmer and also worked for Halferty Brothers, Plattsburg, Mo. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Smithville First Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Wilma L.

French of the home; three sons, Denney Lee French, Philip French and John C. French, and his mother, Mrs. Ruth French, all of Smithville; three brothers, Dr. Charles French, Washington, Don French, Smithville, and Howard French, Independence, three sisters, Holtzclaw, Leavenworth, Mrs. Martha Taylor, Columbia, and Mrs.

Margaret Little, Panama City, and five grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Hanks Chapel, Smithville, Mo. The family suggests contributions to the church or the American Cancer Society. Daisy Love The funeral for Mrs.

Daisy L. Love, 82, RR 4, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Davis Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery. Mrs.

Love died Wednesday evening in Cushing Memorial Hospital. She had been in failing health the past 10 years. She was born Nov. 23, 1895, at Elwood. She was married to Roy Love at Leavenworth Aug.

10, 1932. he survives at the home. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Davis Funeral Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday.

The Flower Garden 23rd and Metropolitan Invites You to Our Pre-Christmas OPEN HOUSE Saturday and Sunday December 10th and 11th Refreshments and Door Prizes! Hours: Monday through Saturday 9 10 4 Sunday 1 to 5. Phone 682-8171 OPEN Bohmi: TONIGHT (THURS.) Dept. Store The Place to Save 505 Delaware Downtown TILL 300 BATH TOWELS GO ON SALE! Save big on towels Thurs. night thru Sat. Choose from solids, stripes and prints because of factory imperfects.

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5's assorted panties. thru 2 For REDUCED! THURS. NIGHT THRU SAT. ENTIRE STOCK WOMEN'S FASHION BLOUSES Save on top quality brand name fashion blouses. Remember, a sale off Bohm's regular price is truly a sale.

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Christmas DANG DOLLAR SALE REDUCED! THURS. NIGHT THRU SAT. ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S POLYESTER SPORTCOATS Fashion right Sportcoats in the Season's newest patterns and colors. Reg. low 39.98 37 to 46 $32 Big Reg.

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