The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 24, 1952 · Page 16
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 16

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 24, 1952
Page 16
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Sixteen THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. Radio Program KMBC—<JSO WLAF— Sili KCMO—810 ! WHB—710, SUNDAY 1.30—KMBC—String Serenade WH.B—B)ucf> vs. ludianapuiis (Double header) \VDAF—Symphonic Adventure KCMO—Lone Pine 2:00— WDAF—Elmo Roper KCMO—Around The World KMBC—Galaxy of Hits 2:15—WDAF—Imcrmezzo -.30— WDAF—Bob Considine KMBC—Music for You KCJMO—Singing Americans 2:45—WDAF—TEA KCMO—Dale's Orchestra 3:00—KMBC—Band o£ The Day KCMO—No School Toda" WDAF—The Falcon 3:30—WDAF—Martin Kane WHB—Tunes & Scores KMBC—Pick The Winne* 3:45—WHB—Second Game 4:00—KMBC—Godfrey's Roundtablc KCMO—News; Sports WDAF—Hollywood Playhouse 4:15—KCMO—Guest Star -1:30—KCMO—Backstage At Starlight WDAF— Whitehall 1212 KMBC—Bob Trout And News 4:55—KMBC—News 5:00—KCMO—George Sokolsky ' WDAF—Ronald Jordan KMBC—Golf Tournament 5:15—KCMO—Monday Morning Headlines WDAF—Nc«'s: Sports KMBC—Music 5:30—KMBC—Weather; Sports WDAF—First Nighter KCMO—Time Capsule 5:45—KMBC—Ne%vs. Sports 5:55—WHB—Scoreboard 6:00—KMBC—December Bride WDAF—Concert KCMO—Stop The Music WHB—Peter Salem 6:30—KMBC—Doris Day Show WHB—The Shadow 6:45—WHB—Band of Weeks 7:00—KMBC—Frank Fontaine Show KCMO—Marching Music WHB—True Detective WDAF—Meredith Wilson Show 7 30—WDAF—Best Plays KCMO—Hour of Charm WHB—Proudly We Hail KMBC—Playhouse 7:55—WHB—News Comments 8:00—KMBC—Meet Millie WHB—Theatre KCMO—Drew Pearson 8:30—KMBC—Inner Sanctum WDAF—TEA WHB—Scores B:45—KCMO—Tips on Beauty S:00—AVDAF—Met-t The Press • WHB—Bands for Bonds KMBC—Bond Program, Music KCMO— Paul Harvey 9:35—KCMO—Gloria Parker 4:30— WDAF—American Forum WHB—Chicago Theatre KCMO—News; Sports 9:45—KCMO—Masters Orchestra KMBC—Adventurers In Science 10:00—WDAF—News: Weather KMBC—News; Sports KCMO—Billy Graham MOSDAS 6:00—WDAF—Wayne King Show KMBC—N'ews; Sports I WHB—News ' KCJvio—News. Sports i 6:15—KCMO—Freddy Martin i KMBC—Weather WHB—Sports 6:30—WDA F—News WHB—Gabriel Meaner KCMO—Lone Ranger KMBC—Club 15 6:45—WDAF—One Man's *~ ..n-iy KMBC—News WHB—Stars For Defense 7:00—WDAF—Railroad Hour KCMO—News KMBC—Horatio Horn blower WHB^-Stars In The Night 7:15— KCMO—Songs For America 7:30-WDAF—Music KCMO—Chicago Signature KMBC—Arthur Godfrey ! WHB—Crime Does Not Pay i 8:00—WDAF—Telephone Hour KCMO—Encores At Eight ! WHB—News; Today's Hits 1 KMBC—Romance S:15—WHB—Blues vs. Louisville 8;30—WDAF—Band of America 1 KMBC—Steve Allen 8.45—KCMO— Speaker g ;00—WDAF—Music KCMO—Music By Roth KMBC—Walk A Mile 9:30—\VDAF—News; Dangerous Assignment KCMO—News; Sports KMBC—News: Sports 9:4o—KMBC—Curt Massey KMBC—Elmer Davis 9:55—WHB—Scoreboard 10:00—WDAF—News; Weather KMBC—Organ Concert KCMO—Back To The Bibl« WHB—News Comments WDAF-TV Today 12:00—Telenews Weekly 12:15—This is the b.ory 12:30—Sunday Serenade 1:00—Wild Bill Hickok 1:30—TBA 2:00—Lone Ranger : 2:30—TBA 3:00—Zoc. Parade 3:30—TBA 4:00—Cisco Kid 4:30—Fearless Fosdick 5:00—Pulpit Portraits 5.05—News, Weather, Sports 5:30—Your Lucky Clue 6:00—Toast of The Town 7:00—Information Please 7:30—My Little Margie 8:00—Summer Theatre 8:30—Playhouse 9:30—Woild Reporter !):45—News 10:00—TBA 10:30—This is Kansas City 11:00—Plainclothesman MONDAY 6:00—Quiz Kids 6:30—Music 7:00—Mr. Peepers 7:30—Robert Montgomery Theatre 8:30—Hollywood Playhoouse 9:00—Playhouse 9:30—Theatre 9:45—Newsreel 9:50—Community Forum 10.00—Foreign Intrigue 10:30—News, Weather. Sports 11:00—Easy Chair Theatre I Charge Extortion •jAgaiiist Stewart | iff George Hickam. He had moved '.here from Los Angeles several; ! weeks ago, the sheriff said. ing the next meeting of the Kansas Grand Lodge, in. Wichita in February. iKansus City Arlisl To« •Paint lliilchhisoH Portrait CARTHAGL, Mo. *l S,dnoy WICHITA tf _ Dvvi nt Roberts j j Clyde pav,s. on-year-o d i™ck; K Q ^ t h bcen driver has been charged with an d ,attempt to ertort $1.000 from, j £ h , wmi * m £ J t (movie star James Stewart. j Hu tchinson. Kansas jurist and. i Davis was identified by L. V. i Masonic leader i jBaai-dman. special agent in charge! T| paimi \ viu be placed in of the Kansas City FBI office, M Kafi ^ ^ m _ the man who wrote a letter to Uie; h , L Brodrick chairman of veteran mono actor threatening. , he M , Commission named him or his family and demanded for th . ^ announcod . the money in small bills. ; I The noted Kansas jurist, a mem- Tlje charges were filed before j her of the Masonic Home Board ]U. S. Commissioner Charles Gray-j 38 years and of the Kansas Su- iston, in Joplin. jpremc Court more than 30 years, j Davis was arrested here last'died last month at Garden City. Saturday by Jasper County Sher-l The portrait will be uneviled dur- Until recent worldwide control measures including widespread use of DDT, malaria was one of the most deadly diseases in the world. always so fresh — so delicious Smith's Drug Store 504 Delaware Phone 500 Stm/i CANDIES COOK'S FLOOR COVERING THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL THIS WEEK! It's NSW! Beautiful, Easy-to-lay 6 x 6-Inch PLASTEX RUBBER TILE GIVES YOU THE ADVANTAGES OF RUBBER FLOORING LUXURY- PLUS THE ADVANTAGES OF DURABLE, FIRE-RESISTANT PLASTIC! STANDARD WEIGHT * 8 DECORATOR COLORS Wow At This Low Budget-Price 9x9-IN. EACH J^iMtiiCL Siev*v* C A*.* I* 5 > Don't invest in a convertible... try a box of RUSSELL STOVER ASSORTED CHOCOLATES to win the girl (and her Mother}! Few can resist their fresher...finer goodness! MEHL&SCHOTT DRUGSTORE HEALTH 5th and Delaware Phone 210 When she was twelve, milk was twelve — and the price of milk' has grown right along with her. Today's food prices, almost doubled in a decade, call for cautious budgeting, careful planning on "the part of America's housewives. You will be interested to learn how our banking services can help you in your battle against inflation. Come see us. First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. FLOOR TILE LAYING IC8 GIVEN WITH ROOM ORDER PURCHASE OF LINOLEUM, ASPHALT, OR RUBBER TILE THIS WEEK ONLY! Et&ttjM Own floor T,le! LIMIT ONE KIT TO A CUSTOMER ITS FUN! I?S THRIFTY! IT'S EASY! NATIONALLY-FAMOUS, 9x9-IN. ASPHALT TILE • FULL '/a-INCH THICK • COLORS CAN'T WEAR OFF Solid Decorator Colors EA. MARBLEIZED COLORS 7Vic, 12c, 14c Ea. CONGOWALL WALL COVERING * EASY TO APPLY! •K TOUGH, DURABLE BEAUTY! * EASY TO CLEAN! Choice Color Selection Full 54-ln. Wide It's NEW! Bevelled-Contour K.-~^ PLASTIC WALL TILE WILL NOT CHIP, CRACK, FADE OR WARP! 4 1 /4x4'/4-ln. Size 14 EXCITING COLORS EASY TO INSTALL ON ANY SMOOTH WALL •EA. HEAVYWEiaHT—FELT BASE 9xl2-Ft. MS UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED Cho/ca Selection of Lovely Colors & Designs REG. $8.95 SPECIAL ^ ONLY MARSNE ENAMELS Black, White, Red, S "f 05 Yellow—for wood f or metal boats. KLE-NAX FLOOR CLEANER Cleans as Aft- Qt. it waxes. iwl» SHADOTOHE FLAT ENAMEL — a flat, glare-free finish. Use it for walls, woodwork, and mefal Jrim. Covers most surfaces with a single coat. And, it's scrubbable! As Low As SHADQ7O&SE SATIN ENAMEL — a soil-resistant finish for kitchens, bathrooms, etc. Use it for woodwork and trim wherever Shadotone Flat Enamel is used on walls and ceilings. The colors match perfectly! Scrubbable, too! Most Colors $ 1tl COOK'S JASPE AND MARBLEIZEO BEAUTIFUL COLORS FULL 6-FT. WIDTH NOW ONLY LARGE SELECTION OF 1952 Values Originally Z2c to 60c Roll YOUR CHOICE AT 3 SALE PRICES * ALL NON-FADING ROLL BUY NOW AND SAVE COLORS MANY £ WATERFAST EMBOSSED ROIL DESIGNS ROLL NEW.' Scrubbable WALLPAPERS Lovely Patterns for Every Room Reg. $1.25 VALUES 'Best for Wear and Weather" Phone 137 PENNEY'S A i w A' Pardon the confusion! WE'RE REMODELING LOOK S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL DOLLARS At Penney's! Tailored Rayon Crepe Blouses 98 dozen and one luscious colors for ' Back-to-School With long or short sleeves! All the wonderful fall colors .. . and hest of all, the little price means you can easily pick a couple for hack-to-school. Sizes 32-38. Nylon or Wool Slipover Sweaters New Colors! J Fine, soft wool zephyr or nylon, for a classic, slipover with snug looped crew neck ... in white, pastel-like pink or blue, bright colors like red, dark-like wine and brown. Sizes 34-40. '7 Back-To-Sehool Anklets • Yellow "Green • Blue •Sfavy •Beige •White • Sizes 6'/3 to —^ 59* CORDUROY SKIRTS This year . . . corduroy takes to most wonderful new colors!- Look for new high shades like blue smoke, tangerine, taupe . . . plus, of course, classics like fire- engine red, brown, hunter green. Cut full and easy, too, to take your young stride . . . and styled with a young flair! Sizes 24-30. Relax In Casual Shoes 5 90 Just sink your feet into these good - looking kid leather casuals! A-ah, comfort! AND you'll get long wear, for these are made with Neolite soles and Goodyear Welts! Brown. Sanitized for cleaner and better wear. 4-9. B - C widths. Brown Oxfords, 5.90 Sizes 4-9. A, B, D widths. Saddle Oxfords 4.98 Brown and white, black and white. Sizes 4-9. A to C widths. SEW AND SAVE WSTH PENNEY'S FABRICS THIS MONTH! HOMEMAKERS' JAMBOREE! BROADCLOTH, NEW PRINTS, SANFORIZED 490 Yd. RONDO PERCALES Yd. GINGHAM PLAIDS 790 < NEW FALL GOATS 29.75 and 32.75 NEW FALL DRESSES.... 5,90, 8.90,12.75 CORDUROY Fast Colors 1.79 Yd.

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