The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 8
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 8

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19,1952. Radio Program KMBC—980 WtAF—610 KCMO—810 WHB—710 TUESDAY 6-00—KMBC—News; Sports WDAF—Evening Varieties WHB—News KCMO—News. Sports 6-15—KCMO—Freddy Marun KMBC—Weather WHB—Sports 6:30—WDAF—News KMBC—Peggy Lee Show WHB—Gabriel Heatter KCMO—Cisco Kid 6:45—KMBC—News WHB—Jerry Gray Show WDAF—One Man's Family TOO—WDAF—Scarlet Pimpernel KCMO—Silver Eagle KMBC—People Are Funny WHB—Jimmy. Carroll Show 7:13—WHB—News Comments 7:30—WDAF—Barrie Craig KCMO—Escape With Me WHB—Dr. Kildare KMBC—Mr. and Mrs. North 8-00—WDAF—Meet Your Match KCMO—America's Town Meet KMBC—L«e With Luigi WHB—News: Today's Hits 8-15—WHB—K. C. -vs. Charleston 3:30-IwDAF—Truth or Consequences KMBC—Louella Parsons 8:45—KCMO—News 9'00—WDAF—Band Concerts KCMO—Wayne King KMBC—Novelty Tunes 9:15—KMBC—Strawhat Concert 9:30—WDAF—News; Stan Kenton Orch. KCMO—News. Sports KMBC—News: Sports 9:45—KMBC—FYI KCMO—Elmer Davis 9 :S5—WHB—Scoreboard 10-00—WDAF—News; Weather KMBC—Organ Concert KCMO—Back To The Bible - WHB—News Comments WEDNESDAY 6-00—WDAF—Mixed Quartet KCMO—News; Sports KMBC—News; Sports WHB—News 6-15—WDAF—Charles V. Stansell KMBC—Weather- KCMO—Freddy Martin Show WHB—Sports «:30—WDAF—News of The World KCMO—Lone Hanger KMBC—Dick Hajtnes WHB—Gabriel Heatter 6:43—WDAF—One Man's Family KMBC—News WHB—Serenade 7:00—WDAF—What's My Line KCMO—Postmark TJSA WHB—Music KMBC—Inspector Hearthstone 7-30—WDAF—The Great Gildersleeve WHB—Proudly We Hail KMBC—Dr. Christian KCMO—Valentino S-00—WDAF—The Best of Groucho WHB—Salute to Nation KCMO—Mr. President KMBC^Johnny Dollar 8:30—WDAF—Hollywood Music Box KCMO—Crossfire WHB—Family Theatre KMBC—Steve Allen • ^9:00—WDAF—Concert WHB—Mysterious Traveler KCMO—Date In Hollywood KMBC—Bright Star 9:45—KMBC—Curt Massey 9:30—KMBC—News: Sports WHB—News Comments WDAF—News; City Portraits KCMO—News; Sports 9:45—KMBC—Curt Massey WHB—Dick Lasalle s Orch. 0-00—WDAF—News; Weather KMBC—Organ Concert KCMO—Back To The Bible WHB—Serenade WDAF-TV Tonight 6-00—Midwestern Hayrid* 6:30—Keep Posted '7:00—Boss Lady 7:30—Circle Theatre 8:00—Amateur Hour g-45—Vest Pocket Theatre 8:00—Police Story 9:30—Invitation Playhouse 9:45—Newsreel 850—Community Forum 10:00—-Dangerous Assignment 10:30—News, Weather, Sports 11:00—Newsreel WEDNESDAY «:00—The Big Payoff 7:00—Treatre 8:00-L-Boxing Bouts 8:45—Sport Spot S:00—Tin Pan Alley S-1S— Double Play • 9:30—Lives o£ Great Americans 9:45—Newsreel 9-50—Community Forum 10:00—Rocky King Detective 10:30—News, Weather, Sports 11:00—Easy Chair Theatre FreeTVDebate Offer Ignored By Candidates By JAMES MAKLOW I WASHINGTON at— This is the year when the presidential candidates breeze around like the kid on the flying carpet. Candidates used to campaign by train. Gen. Sisenhower and Gov. Stevenson will criss-cross the country by [train and plane. They must be great believers in the magic of personal appearances, for that's really doing it the hard way in a year like this Money can't buy love, but it mokes shopping for it more interesting. ©HI* when for the first time TV virtually blankets the nation. In the long run even the wear and tear of whirling around the country may be easier on them than if they sat down face to face in front of a nationwide TV hookup and debated. Sen. Moody, Michigan Democrat, suggested they do just that. And NBC President Joseph Mc- IConnell has offered them radio and TV time for a debate on the issues. Unless they've challenged one another in confidential correspondence which hasn't been revealed, neither man has shown enthusiasm for the idea. All the issues in the campaign so far as the voters are concerned, can be reduced to a couple-of questions about the candidates themselves: (1) How well can they think and (2) What are their intentions if elected? One or the other of the candidates might wreck himself, bu1 the voters would benefit, if Eisenhower and Stevenson had a face to face encounter in full view o: the whole country on a TV screen As the two main candidates in this campaign, Eisenhower and Stevenson may try for a minimum of high-blown oratory and jus stick to cases. It's hard to believe the rest o the campaign could be like that even though Sen. Mike Monroney the rangy Oklahoman, made him self a contender for the 1952 optimists' award with a weekend statement he made. » Monroney, chairman of the Democratic National Committee's speakers bureau, said the Democrats will junk the "old style or tory" in favor of "short, cleai resentation of the issues." Since such an achievement, on the part of Democrats or Re- ublicans, would introduce a gold n age of American politics over ight, Monroney was asked hov e thought the miracle could b< rought about. He said the Democrats wouli ry to bring into the campaign a many new and young men as pos ible. Who, for instance? Fo nstance, Monroney said, som ounger men in the House of Re resentatives where the member are. used to "stating the issue n one, two, three order in ouple of minutes." True, in the House the member usually are given only a few min utes to speak their piece. But the don't all speak*iit in one, two three order. But at least Monroney show he realization that in a campaig —which is like a delicatessen full of ham, cheese and assorted col cuts and sour pickles—the lister ng public would like a minimum of baloney. SUBSCRIBE FOR'THE TIMES The Revolutinary Swirl-Clean Action CROSLEY DISH WASHER Individual unit or sink combination. Don[t buy ... until you've seen this wonder-worker Dishwasher. Salman's T&C Store Across from Blackman's Phone 2686 'ontifical Mass Will Open Meeting LOS ANGELES tst— A solemn ontifical mass Tuesday opens the )th annual meeting of the Knights Columbus Supreme Council vith Francis Cardinal Spellman, rchbishop of New York, among he participants. Archbishop J. Francis A. Mc- ntyre of Los Angeles was invited 3 deliver the sermon and Bishop harles F. Buddy of San Diego > be celebrant. In a preliminary to council ses- ons. Cardinal Spellman, arch- ishop of New York, told an au- ience Monday night: "It is time—far past the time —for us to realize that by our ethargy, we are responsible for ncouraging Communists to in- rease their power and their foul Jays until they believe that there s no limit to .the humiliations ant aggressions that Americans wil amely allow to infiltrate, develop, dominate and destroy our liberty and democratic institutions.'" • Potter Mrs. Tom Penningto Atchison, is still investigating the case. Funeral service for Max Scholtz was held Saturday morning in Atchison. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Misses Effie and Nora Lollar have returned home from a visit with Mrs. Mary Gwartney. Mrs. Gwartney celebrated her 69th birthday Aug. 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Bishop of Atchison were guests Wednesday f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wahaus. The Ladies Aid of the Potter Community Church will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon Aug. 20th at the Church jasement. Sgt. Maurice Harrington has been in a hospital in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ehart are having their home remodeled. Albert Robinson is doing the work. Those who served on the election board at Millwood were Miss Mamie Roe, Mrs. James Gwartney, James Begley, Harry Robinson and Herbert Knollman Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rollins took Sgt. Emmett Oswalt to Kansas City, where he left for Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Sgt. Lloyd Martin and family left Friday for their new home at Camp Gordon, Ga., where Sgt. Martin had orders to report for duty. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor Powers, accompanied by their son, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Powers of Kansas City, are on a vacation in Minnesota and Canada.- Mr. and Mrs. Nebe Smart children have moved to ter. much Mrs. Elizabeth Clina is Improved after.being ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wehking an family o£ Effingham, Marvin Wehking of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meinert and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Wahaus. If you use a divider in your pressure saucepan you can cook two and or three vegetables at one time and Winches- there will be no intermingling of flavors. Last 35th Division Units id Arrive for Field Training CAMP RIPLEY, Minri. B) — The last of the 35th Infantry Division units from Kansas and Missouri arrived here Monday for two weeks summer field training. The trip was made in 15 special trains and some motor convoys. This is the second year the national guard outfits of the division have trained here. VETERAN EMPLOYE DIES NEWTON W — Clifford E. Rousell, 65, a Santa Fe Railroad employe 40 years, died Monday. 3e was chief clerk in the division superintendent's office here before retiring in 19-49. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gwartnej and son Bobby, returned homi Tuesday from a vacation trip t Colorado. Gene Thompson has emplo} ment in Atchison. Mrs. T. W. Pennington will be hostess to the Round Prairie Needle Club, Thursday afternoon, Aug. 21 at her home. Mr. and Mrs: Jim McGhay left Sunday for a vacation trip in tolorado. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Flory and Mr. and Mrs. Nebe Smart and children returned home Sunday after a week's visit with relatives in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. A C Jones and son Ralph returned to Potter Sunday from Enid, Okla., where they attended • funeral services for Mr. Jones brother, Stephen Jones. No clue has been found to the burglary at the Marion Surritte garage last Thursday night. Money and tires were taken from the garage. Sheriff John E. Hawk, What a SCOTCH! White Horse.., oj courxef in 4/Sth »i«t« Elend.d Scotch Whiiky 84.8 Proof lrown»-Vinln«ri Co., Inc., N«w York Sol* Distribute™ SAVE $30 TO S68 ON COMPLETE BEDROOM AND DINETTE OUTFITS! Save S30 On DINETTES ASBESTOS SIDING We have just received a shipment of new colors and styles of ashestos siding shingles. We welcome your inquiries and will be happy to show you our samples. Our applicators are experienced mechanics and you are assured a good job, both in materials and work. CREDIT Save $68 7-PIECE BEDROOM GROUP Bed, chest ot drawers, luxurious dresser, innerspring mattress, coil springs and pair of pillows. Keg. $299.95 value! $69.95 A11 £,$231.95 Garfinkle FURNITURE CO. 62 Years ot Continuous Service I 7th & Shawnee Phone 930 Just imagine a beautiful Kuehne dinette at such a low price. Beautiful colors. Handsome styling. A wonderful addition to any home! Now only Phone 1440 for Plumbing Installations and Repairs! Morion Plumbing Co, Wayne Morton, Prop. 1424 Spruce CLEAN, COOL and ECONOMICAL" SAYS MRS. ROBERT RIDINGER OF TOPEKA "I do a lot of baking and even in the hottest weather I find it a pleasure due to the coolness and efficiency of my electric range," says.Mrs. Ridinger. 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