The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 24, 1952 · Page 3
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. Tbtec Gambling Law Doesn't Seem To Be Working WASHINGTON ffi—The Bureau of Internal Revenue says the law Congress wrote last year to mak< gamblers pay taxes—a move designed both to put them out o business and to raise revenue- is just not working. Not much money has been col lected in taxes, and gambling is still widespread, it said in. a monthly activity report reviewing what has happened between the time the law went into effect lasl November up to the end of fisca year 1952 on June 30. The law provided that certain gamblers must register as such and buy a $50 occupation stamp each year, and then pay a tax amounting to 10 per cent of their total take. The bureau said in its report "It appears that the tax yield in a full year of operations will be about eight million dollars, or two per cent of the original estimate of 40'millions. As a regulatory measure, the nrovision may prove equally non-effective. The report said there had been a "marked decline in large bookmaking operations, (but) considerable activity exists in the field of lottery, such as policy, numbers, baseball pools, etc., which is going untaxed In the absence of funds to investigate it is difficult to keep pace with violations ..." Back to Husband Who Is 'Surprised' LOS ANGELES m — Mrs. Virginia Le Tourneau, 28, blond divorcee, whose romance with Jimmy Sherwin, 17, was frustrated by the law, is going back to her husband. But he says it's news to him. Mrs. Le Tourneau said her vain efforts to see the romantic juvenile convinced her she'd have to wait for him until he was 21, "and it's stupid to do that." ^ "What's the use?'' she asked: 'Til never see Jimmy again. He HIGH NOON—Starts at the Hollywood today. Shown in the picture above are Lloyd Bridges, Katy Jurado, Gary Cooper, as Marshall Will Kane who sought to save a town, and lovely Grace Kelly, as his bride. Others in the cast include Thomas Mitchell, Lon Chancy, Henry Morgan, Otto Kruger, Ian MacDonald, EveMcVeagh and Harry Shan- Sinerclieck Named CROP Chairman MANHATTAN (ffl — J. D. Smercheck, secretary of the Kansas Farm Bureau, has been named chairman of the Kansas Christian Rural Overseas Program. Other new officers are Miss Georgiana Smurthwaite, home demonstration leader at Kansas State College, and the Rev. H. R. Megill, Evangelical United Brethren Church of Alexander, vice chairmen; Mrs. G. D. Reed, Kansas Council of Church Women, Topeka, secretary; Robert E. Romig, state director State Farm Insurance Co. Topeka, treasurer, and L. L. Longedorf, extension editor K-State, publicity chairman. Kansas leaders of this worldwide relief organization plan an extensive program to make certain of reaching the Kansas goal of 100 carloads of wheat and other foods in the 1952 campaign. The state has been divided into 21 districts for the CRC? campaign. Nov. 17-22 has been named ~ROP Week, during which time there will be solicitation of farm products for overseas relief. non. ought to go in the air force, as he planned. My husband is a good man. I'll go back to him and our son and try to make a good wife." ''That's news to me," her husband, Armand, a Burbank, Calif., engineer said. "I have no plans' or a reconciliation." S. S. Hahn, the divorcee's at- orney, said he is going to ask that her plea of guilty to a charge of contributing to the delinquency >f a minor be changed to innocent by reason of insanity. "She "did what she did because she was madly in love," Hahn told newsman. "And when you're madly in love you're -insane." EQUIPMENT AIDS CHINESE SAIGON, Indo-China »)—Nearly .60 ships now have unloaded Amer- can war equipment and supplies n Indo-Chinese ports for the Trench Union forces batting the Communist-led Vietminh armies. Barbs By HAL COCHRAN Most every woman is human enough to enjoy the voice that is singing her praises. no official estimates have been released here. Report British May Leave Suez CAIRO, Egypt UP) — Influential sections of the Cairo press carried reports Saturday Britain has decided to pull her troops out of the Suez Canal in three months in line with revised Anglo-American fHERE OUGHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Short** IjOOSEPlMPLE.TyE AIR-CONDITIONING SALESMAN! .SELLS AIR-CONDITIONERS &/ THE CAR LOAD WITH THIS SPIEL- 1OU OWE ITTO toUR HEALTH; TO HAVE A UNIT IM VOUR HOME! AND THINK OF YOUR WIFE ANP'Kl NO MORE HEATi •» NO MORE SUFFERING! OKSEHHORH, 26 B£EC/lnDOD DR., HILLSIDE, N. J7 Kllir HE STILL HASN'T GOTTEN AROtMD TO PUTTING ONE IN HIS OWN BLAST FURNACE — AND "NO RELIEF IN SIGHT! TO HONOR MASON BURLINGTON, Kas. Iff) — The j Grand Master of Kansas Mason-! P^ns for a Middle East defense diii&iuf^ iici }Ji oaaco. — ** j If it makes you feel any cooler i 1 ?, S. Allan Daugherty of Bald-setup. ' *™ —winter is dashing toward us! w ' n > at the rate of 24 hours a day. Five bases were stolen in a ball game between inmates of a southern prison. Practice makes perfect. Side-stepping only gets a p o 1- itician further from where he thought he was going. A designer says fall styles will have simple figures, but he is not talking about the price tags. be honored at the sixth annual Masonic party Aug. 30. The parly will be at Ray Pierson's cabin on the Neosho River five miles southeast of here. High officials of Masonic organ- The independent weekly, Akh- bar El Yom, quoted its London correspondent as saying British Foreign Office experts are laying the basis for a new policy toward Egypt, including accession to this The paper said the new policy been and will continue to he under will be announced in the House o fj constant review.") I ; PRIZE UJTOER INVESTIGATION Commons after, -the summer recesses. (In London, the Foreign would make no comment on the jtaged a parade here Friday night. The company has no band. The judges are investigating. reports. A spokesman said merely British relations with Egypt "have Spitsbergen was visited by the GROTTOES, Va. W -r- Fire com-iNtwse Vikings about 1194. They --'-- from nearby communities named it Svalbard, "Land of th« Cold Coasts". Waynesboro won first prize for the company with the best band. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES izations in the state are being in-i country's demands British troops vited. get out of the Suez. The value of aid supplies by the U.S. to the French since the Mili-j tary assistance program started in; July, 1950, now is believed to be close to one billion dollars although ;3 - Admission - AduSts 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 Maybe you have heard — AUSTIN'S IS HEADQUARTERS .FOR ALL YOUR LIQUOR, WINE AND BEER NEEDS.' •AUSTIN'S PRICES AftE CONSISTENTLY LOWER— AND YOU GET A 5% DISCOUNT ON ONLY TWO FIFTHS! GREATER SAVINGS IN CASE LOTS!" AUSTIN'S MAINTAIN A LARGE SELECTION OF BAR GLASSWARE AND BAR GADGETS FOR SALE OR LOAN! AUSTIN'S LEAD ALL OTHERS IN SELLING FINE IMPORTED TABLE WINES AT DEEP-CUT PRICES! AUSTIN'S FEATURE LIQUOR FOR EVERY OCCASION. FROM "COOKING" LIKKER FOR YOUR FRIENDS TO FINE "SIPPING" WHISKEY FOR PERSONAL USE! AUSTIN'S IS ALWAYS HAPPY TO CASH YOUR PERSONAL CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS OR GOVERNMENT CHECKS—PROPER IDENTIFICATION, OF COURSE! AUSTIN'S SPECIALTY GROCERY DEPARTMENT FEATURES THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT O F S PI C E ISLAND'S BRAND HERBS AND SPICES IN THE MIDDLE-WEST—AND AT LOWEST PRICES! ALSO FINE PATES', ORIENTAL PRODUCTS, OLIVE OIL, ANCHOVIES, KIPPERED SNACKS, FRIED WORMS, RATTLE SNAKE, BUFFALO STEAK, MUSKRAT AND COQ AU VIN! TOO, EVERY COCKTAIL NIBLET YOU HAVE EVER HEARD OF! EXAMPLES OF OUR MANY BARGAINS! FROM FRANCE MUMM'S' G. H. MUMM & CO. EXTRA DRY CHAMPAGNE REG. $6.32 VALUE $3.98 FIFTH 2 FOR CASE $7.56 $42.98 BALLANTINE 5% BEER REGULAR $4.45 ON SALE $3.82 CASE 24 CANS Park & Tilford RESERVE Blended Whiskey % Straight Whiskey Grain Neutral Spirts FIFTH 2 FOR CASE $6.27 $36.56 OPEN DAILY, 8A.M. UNTIL 11P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS. T O It K IN MISSOURI 1 MILE EAST OF FORT LEAVENWORTH WELCOME C.& G. S. S. STUDENTS! COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED! Tonife (Sun.), And Monday Don't Miss 'em IT'S MAD... MERRY and MAGNIFICENT! I FUN... MUSIC... ROMANCE! Plus Hit No. 2: LUSTY TALE OF THE WEST MOST VIOLENT RANGE WAR! $ $ m- ffr «>- And Big Hit Cartoon! MONDAY NiTE IS BUCK NiTE! So Load Up the Car and Come On Out! * * $ $ S S $ $ $ £ S £ Tonife and Monday! Shrine Park Rd. & Richardson Road Phone 196 Bring out .the whole family tonight for a grand time I ' VILLAGE OF iMEN! , y&ne. TJERNEIT CONVICTUKE ETHEL BARRYMORE I ZACHARY SCOTT 11 Cool As A Mountain Breeze! {| Sunday Menu Baked Turkey with Dressing Swiss Steak Fried Chicken Special Only §1.25 Also Serving: Choice Steaks, Chicken anil Shrimp Above Orders Include Salad and Dessert. Open Daily-6 AM 'Til 10 PM ' Air Conditioned ' Th. For Party Reservations Anytime, Phone 369 COFFEE In The Swann Hotel On The Fourth St. Side Starts Today! Features Sunday at 1:15, 3:17, 5:19, 7:21 and 9:23. Complete shows start week days at 2, 7 and 9 P. M. as the Easy-Going, Gun-Throwing Will Kane a Terror of a lawman! •KatyJI/RADO West Point Today "Cracked Quack" Late News. Closed for Vacation from *Mon., Aug. 25 to Tues., Sept. 2 DILLEY'S CAFE 817 S. jtti St. Ice Cream Social and Carnival Sponsored by the y.F. F. of the Farley Community Church Fridcy Evening, August 29 at thu Farley Schoolyard Serving starts at 6:30 PM.—Talent Show at 8:SO PM. In the event of rain, social will be held Saturday, August 39.

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