The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Leavenworth, Kansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 21, 1952
Page:
Page 10
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Ten THE fJEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1952. Radio Program KMBC—980 IT '-AF—610 KCMO—810 WHB—711 THURSDAY 6:00—KMBC—News; Sports WD.-iF—Evening Varieties WHB—News KCMO—News; Sports 6:15—WHB—Sports KMBC—Weather KCMO—Freddy Martin Show 6:30—WDAF—News KMBC—Peggy Lee Show WHB—Gabnel Heatter KCMC-Cisco Kid 6:45—WDAF—One juairs Family KMBC—News WHB—Guest Star 7.00—WDAF—Life In Your Hands WHB—Jazz Nocturne KMBC—Mr. Keen KCMO—Silver Eagle 7:30—WDAF—The Chase KCMO—Defense Attorney WHB—The Hardy Family KMBC—FBI 8:00—WDAF—Dragnet WHB—News; Today's Hits KCMO—Amateur HOOT KMBC—Mr. Chameleon 8:15—WHB—Blues vs. Columbus B:30—WDAF—HoUywooa Calling KMBC—Bond Program 8:45— KMBC—Steve Allen KCMO—Tips on Beauty 9:00—WDAF—Nightbeat . KCMO—Mr. Broadway KMBC—News; Music 9:30—WDAF—News: Armbuster's Orcn, KMBC—News; Sports KCMO—News; Sports 9:45—KMBC—FYI 8:55—WHB—Scoreboard iO:00—WDAF—News; Weather KMBC—Organ Concert WHB—News Comments KCMO—Back to Bible FRIDAY 6:00—WHB—News KMBC—News; Sports KCMO—News: Sports WDAF—Date In Hollywood 5:15—WHB—Sports KCMO—Freddy Martin Show WDAF—Evening Varieties 6:30—WHB—Gabriel Heatter KCMO—Lone Hanger KMBC—Dick Haymes WDAF—News of The World 6:45—WHB—Les Brown Show KMBC—=News WDAF—One Man's Family 7:00—WHB—Concerto Festival KCMO—Top Guy KMBC—Musicland U. S. A. WDAF—TBA 7:30—KMBC—Musicland U. S. A. KCMO—Your F. B. I. WHB—Peter Salem WDAF—Music o£ Manhattan 7:45—WDAF—Bob and Ray 8:00—KMBC—The Big Time WHB—News: Today's Hits WDAF—Mario Lanza Show KCMO—Newstand Theatre 8:15—WHB—Blues vs. Columbus 8:30—KMBC—Steve Allen KCMO—Summer Cruisa WDAF—Music 9.-00—KMBC—News WDAF—Hy Gardner Calling KCMO—Bmg Crosby 9:15—WDAF—Words In The Night 9:30—KMBC—News: Sports KCMO—News; Sports WDAF—Robert Montgomery; Stern's Portraits 9:45—KMBC—Curt Massey Time KCMO—Elmer Davis WDAF—Pro and Con 9:55—WHB—Scoreboard 10:00—KMBC—Organ Concert WDAF—News; Weather KCMO—Back To The Bible WHB—News Comments WDAF-TV Tonight 6:00—Groucho Marx 6:30—Studio One 7:30—Big Town 8:00—Martin Kane 8:30—Hollywood Offbeat 9:00—Racket Squad 3:30—Washington Spotlight 3:45—Newsreel 9:50—Community Forum 1U:00—Telesports Digest 10:30—News. Weather, Sports 11:00—Newsreel FRIDAY 6:00—Curtain Call 6:30—TBA 7:00—Doorway To Danger 7 JO—Playhouse 8:00—Sports Reel 8:30—Greatest Fights of Century 8:45—Nature of Things 3:00—Bill Vaughn Show 9:15—TBA 3:30—Town & Country Qui* 9:45—Nawsreel 9:50—Community Forum 10:00—Boston Blackie 10:30—News; Weather: Sports 11:00—Easy Chair Theatre Boyle Continued from Page 4. snapped'it shut. They caught the train. "As a matter of fact, she was so angry she wouldn't speak to hie for a week—but is that altogether bad?" recalled the husband. "But I learned a lesson: ft you want to get a wife anywhere on time, first get her mad. Ruffle her feathers, then smooth mem out later." That is sound psychology, up to B point Of course some wives, when they get mad, just go into another room and lock the door. No rule works with all of them. And, of course, it usually works the other way. A woman uses her anger to whammy a man into obeying her whim. Many a fellow is prodded into success in life only because of the long slow burn of his wife over the fact the husband next door is getting ahead faster. Her wrath feeds his will, and he rises in the world on borrowed fuel. There is another inner fuel, as old as anger. It is called fear. Anger is a fighting fuel, fear is the fuel for running away. You need both to live. I may be a traitor to my sex, but it seems to me that women keep these two fuels in better balance than men. They are less likely to be overwhelmed by either. They know better when to LOANS Clothing and Books Come in tomorrow! We'll be glad to show you how you can secure cash to outfit your children for school. L o \v cost, xjuiek, confidential service. Fidelity Finance Company H. D. Cory, Secy. 210 S. 4th Ph. 708 Barbs By HAL COCHKAN It's not much to brag about when you're good only because nobody ever bothered to tempt r'C... About 2,000,000, children are Kirn in our country annually. If lor no other reason than that, drive carefully. Fish already have swum away from where it looks a mighty ;ood spot. Sunburn days are here—to lei us know how many more backs 1 a p p e r s there are then we thought. An instructor says that the modern dance provides wonderful exercises. At least for the reformers' jaws. andotte County Republican Committee Wednesday. He won over John E. Blake, the committee chairman for the last six years. EMPTY AMID SHORTAGE SALINA Iff) — Fifty-two publi , housing administration units ar I standing empty here as the influ. of airmen to the Smoky Hill Ai Force Base creates an acute hous ing shortage. The Salina Civil Military Counc reported the available units bu said the government has delaye approval of 550,000 required to re habilitate the dwellings. be angrily brave, when to be cautiously afraid. But, man or woman, nobody ever became a star in the human race until he learned how to make the right kind of fuel of himself. YATES CENTER GIRL DIES KANSAS CITY, Kas. Iff) — Shir- :ey Sue Shannon, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shannon, Yates Center, Kas., died Wednesday in the University of Kansas Medical Center. The girl had been a patient at the hospital 12 days. She graduated from Yates Center High Sschool last spring and planned to enroll in Kansas State lollege. She had been an' honor student and a member of the National Honor Society. ELECT ATTORNEY KANSAS CITY, Kas. (5) — Arthur J. Stanley Jr., Kansas City attorney and former state senator, vas elected chairman of the Wy- 1 NAME WOMAN CHAIRMAN EMPORIA (ffl — Lyon Countj members Wednesday elected Mrs Mary Frances McKinnon, Har ford, Kas., as chairman. Other officers elected by th committee were: Everett E Steerman, Emporia attorney, vie chairman; Mrs. Scott Mouse, Em poria, secretary, and Guy Vai Emporia, treasurer. A POLIO VICTIM MANHATTAN B) — Glen Irvi Davis, 20, died of polio in Mem phis, Tenn., last Sunday, accord ing to a report received her Wednesday. Davis, a sailor, died at the Mem phis Naval Base Hospital. He ha been in naval air training at Mem phis. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your false teeth annoy and em barrass by slipping, dropping or wob bling when you eat. laugh or talk Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH o your plates. This alkaline (non-acic powder holds false teeth more firm! and more comfortably. No gummy gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doe not sour. Checks "plate odor" (den ture breath). Get FASTEETH today a any drug store.—(Adv.) ASBESTOS SIDING We have just received a shipment of new colors and styles of asbestos 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. GOODYEAR Funeral Friday" For Henry Haskell KANSAS CITY (ffl — Funeral services for Henry J. Haskell, editor of the Kansas City Star, who died here Wednesday following a short illness will be held at 2 p. m. Friday at the Stine & McClure Chapel. Dr. J. L. Zwingle, president of Park College, will conduct the services. Burial will be in Mt. Washington Cemetery in Kansas City. Many messages of condolence were received Wednesday following the news of Haskell's death. President Truman in a telegram from the White House said: "I am deeply distressed to learn that Henry J. Haskell has passed away. ...our city and state were prou of the talents he exercised as e itor and author." Charles Harger, editor-publish' Abilene, Kas., Reflector - Chro icle: "In his passing the new paper field loses one with a br. liant mind and a courageous so and his wide acquaintances a loved friend." WET-NURSING DECLINES ROME Iff)—Powered-milk form las are slowly putting Italy's w nurses out of business. The decline in the use of tl big, strong, apple-cheeked wome as "balia" or wet nurses, bega after World War U. Italians ha\ found that the American syste of feeding milk formulas to infan is more economical and- equal satisfactory. Cmw YIELDS R?OM CARLSON REIDS •y^^ 9 . SPECIAL *|l DURING .J' SAU ONI* ^$1*»- 95 Lowest Terms Possible! I " Easy's 1877 1952* Diamond Jubilee SALE £%£&*£ Brand Ne*-'~ EASY. 5 • __ ..,,CM.RINSE Truly, a great Easy Spindrier value at a once-in-a-iifetime price. Two big tubs work together as a team—do a week's wash In less than an hour. One tub washes cleaner, faster, while the other tub Power Flush-rinses a full load — then whirls clothes damp dry. Fill- and-rinse faucet. Automatic Overload Switch. Portable, just roll to any sink. This Easy value is special. Act quick] OLD WASHER ... and on this ] finest ever ,=. WRINGER! Reg. $169.95 NOW ONLY and your old washer MODEL 101 \f Loob big, it bigl Patented Spiraf- ator Action washes all clothei in all parts of tub. Automatic Overload Switch. Large capacity porcelain tub. Quick-drain Pump. lt'« the biggest Easy wringer value in years. tiimii* VAIM for your dollar during • * - ".I 1 " ' • * *' •"' -.• '•;.. S i .tr-.:.SE-.fii!*j.-'*'-«~:'*i.ii f ,-"•»•..•-•-•i^. : "y*.''^V*. • ., APPL 424 Cherokee St. Phone 894 Some, like film star Ingrid Bergman, still rely on the "balia," however. Her twin daughters, Is-! able and Ingrid, born last month,; each will have a balia to feed and! care for them for a least a year. ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT IN ONE HOUR If not pleased, your 40c back. This STRONG fungicide SLOUGHS OFF the outer skin to expose buried fungi. Kills it on contact. Get Greaseless, instant-drying T-4-L at any drug store. Today at Mehl & Schott Drug Co.—(Adv.) 1112 • klkklfiftEl «9 Phone N. Seventh 818 Largest and Most Complete Liquor Stock In Toicn! WHISKIES • Bonds • Straights • Blends • Scotch • Irish • Rye • Canadian • Popular Whiskies and Brandies in beautiful decanters. 5; Beer & Ale —all popular brands! Plenty Of Parking Space r cr 530 Delaware Phone 465 Have You Shopped Wards New Fall and Winter Catalog? For the big news in fashions, furniture, all your personal and household needs, call our Catalog Dept. for a Library copy of Wards 1952 Fall and Winter Catalog. You'll be amazed at the sparkling array o! fashions—100% Cashmere coats; beautifully detailed dresses; suits in new surface-interest fabrics; soft-spun nylon, wool and cashmere sweaters, and a variety of lounging robes and slip; pers designed for solid comfort. Wards big Catalog, features th« very latest in home furnishing* too. See the new "Cordette" wool. rayon rug with textured effect; drapery fabric reproducing a famous Grandma Moses painting; new low-priced gas and electric ranges, home freezers. Wards guarantees complete satisfaction, so call our Catalog Dept. for a Library copy now. Remember—if it's not on our shelves it's in our new Fall and Winter Catalog. L V*. Enjoy LIVING In Your Own Home Do your living NOW in your very own home. If you wish the comfort, the security, the ease of home ownership, come in and inquire about our HOME LOAN PLAN. We'll be glad to advise you without obligation. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS . CITIZEN'S . MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN 312 So. 5th St. c - Hoins - Pres Timmons> Sec , y

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free