The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 2
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•Two THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1952. Zorin Will Succeed Malik As Delegate UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. ffll — Soviet Russia has named Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Z. Zo- rin, who staged the Red coup in Czechoslovakia, as her chief delegate to the TJ. N. Jacob A. Malik, the present delegate, is going home for "rest and reassignment." U. N. officials announced that the Soviet government told them of the forthcoming change in a note addressed to the international organization's secretariat. Zorin is expected to arrive by Sept. 15, just a month before the General Assembly opens its annual fall session. Malik, who has been sufferin; from a heart ailment for some time was originally scheduled to return to Moscow on leave early this summer. He has cancelled his passage twice, but the Soviet announcement of his replacement came as a surprise which observers could not immediately evaluate. Already this summer the Soviets have announced a widespread shuffle of diplomat assignments. Andrei Y. Gromyko, for example, who held the U. N. post before Mailk and then became Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky's*top deputy, has gone to London as ambassador. Russia.also has changed her top representatives in other 'major world-capitals, including Washington and Peiping. Diplomatic observers recalled tiiat the Soviet and Chinese Communists, in their current conference in Moscow, have made no secret of the fact that Japan'is a chief tonic of their talks. Malik may have a new role to play in this field. Parties Will Spend Millions on TV WASHINGTON (I!— Republicans and Democrats plan to spend about four million dollars to put their national candidates on radio and television. Robert Humphreys, publicity director of the Republican National Committee, said up to two million dollars will be spent for radio-TV time for Dwight D. Eisenhower and his running mate, Sen. Nixon. The Democratic National Committee has contracted for more thari'1% million dollars to assure that the .Democratic candidates, Adlal Stevenson and Sen. Sparkman, will be seen and heard between now and November. 50 Red Women Protest US Troops in Berlin BERLIN (2) — Fifty Communisl women demonstrated today in front of the U. S. High Commission head- of CARN5V By Dick Turnei here Tuesday, Sept. 2. The first [Duncan, music; Harold Ellwood T. M. R*t_U. ». Pit. OH. Cwr. i«2 b/ NEA Strvie". Inc. S - day session will last only in the morning with work assignments Deing given out. On Wednesday, Miss Doris Jean Lewis vocational classes will begin on the full dayjhome economics; Mrs. Marjorie "Looking at the bright side, pet, your mother certainly going to wonder where in the world we've gone to! Destruction Rained Down On Red Bases SEOUL, Korea Mt — U. S. Air Force bombers rained new destruction on Communist supply centers near Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, Wednesday night, after planes from three U. S. Navy carriers—including the newly-repaired Boxer—bombed Red power plants in the northeast. The fury of the aerial strikes was in sharp contrast to light action along the 153-mile battlefront. The U. S. Eighth Army's evening tactical summary Thursday was the shortest of the war—21 words: "U. N. patrols engaged enemy units up to a platoon in strength, as action continued light along the Eighth Army front." Wistoi Mrs. Finley Stephens vocational agriculture; Mrs. D.C. Lamar, mathematics and science; ,vill be held Thursday morning Aug. 28 at the school house. John Greenlee of Bartlesville, Okla., is the principal. jPage, English and librarian; G.E. Mrs. Frank Samples Pir| ner, coach, general science and driver's training; Miss Peggy Pulls, social studies; Miss Charlotte Turner, commerce, girls physical education and girls basketball and John Hardesty, veteran agriculture. schedule. Mr. and left last week for a vacation trip in Minnesota. Mrs. John Robinson has accepted a position in Kansas City at a bank there. M. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Hill and children who have been stationed in Greenland for the last year and one-half are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.P .Hill and family. Mrs. Edith Webb and daughter Mary Ruth, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Neal at Riverton, Wyo. Mrs. Irene Gray has returned from her trip to Abilene, and Dallas, Tex. She visited a brother in each of the cities. Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Siler are spending their vacation at Park Rapids, Minn. Paul Kemmerer, who has had an ^peration at Gushing Memorial Hospital at Leaven worth,, remains in a serious condition there. Miss Esther Ohlhausen spent Sunday with relatives in Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bishop were in Leavenworth Monday and Tuesday of this week. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slapper is crittically in a Kansas iCity hospital. Mrs. Elbert Harris and daughter Carol spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bishop. Miss Virginia Kirk returned from her trip through the East and and New York City. Potter Mrs. Tom Pennington school services Sunday night at the Potter Community Church. There was no church service due to Rev. John Hodge being away on vacation. Pryor Powers entered the Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, last week for a check-up He plans on being there several days. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pennington were Mr. and and Mrs. James Gwartney Shirley and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Freedle. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson Mark Trammel. The next meeting will be Sept. 3rd. SPARKS SERVICE worth. The body will be removed from the Holmes &. Son Funeral Home to the church at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon where it will lie Harry Henry has received hisj Funeral service for Sgt. Willjin state until the hour of service. discharge from the army with his family have moved from Potter to their home in Chicago. The ladies of the Potter Community Church, will meet Wednesday for a work day at the church. Mr. and Mrs. James McGhay have been entertaining their two grandchildren, Sharon, and Mark Trammel of Kansas City. A large crowd attended the dinner Sunday at the Round Prairie school house. Bill Carr is painting the Round Prairie Church. Mrs. Pearl Cleavinger has returned home from several "weeks visit with Mr, and Mrs. George Blakely and family at Cleveland, 0. iJScott Sparks, 52, who died Sunday and at the Station Hospital, Fort Leav- 1 enworth, will be at 2 o'clock Fri-i day afternoon at the Independent! Baptist Church. The R;v. Williams! will officiate. Burial will be in the; National Cemetery, Fort Leaven- BINGO PARTY at St. Patrick's Hall 5th and Kiowa Tonight, Aug. 28 Prizes! The Ladies Aid of the Potter Community Church held its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon at the church basement. Mrs.; Jim McGhay was in charge of) the meeting. Members present! were Mesdames Jake Linden Charles Castelline, Jim McGhay, have .moved to Winchester where j will Kirkpatrick, Mary Elliott, La-j Mrs. Thompson will be school. Mr. and Mrs. William Ostoff and Mrs. Irene Scott went to SL Joseph Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. I.G. Farnsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAdow and Miss Ethel Anno left Tuesday for California. Mr. and Mrs. McAdow will visit Mr. and Mrs. Max Tudersheim at San Diego. Mrs. Tudersheim is the former Miss Dorothy McAdow. Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Means entertained with a dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Means' father's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Guy Rogers has been on the sick list this week. Mrs. Percy Stultz visited her Mrs. John Wagner is stai'ing at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Carl Wagner at Nortonville while Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are vacationing, in California." I Danny Robinson, son of Mr. andj Mrs. Harry Robinson, is getting! along nicely after suffering from ! a broken arm last week. j Mrs. Edna Martin of St. Joseph; has returned to her home after a I weeks visit at Potter with Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGhay. •Quite a large number from near herjvenia Pennington, James Potter, j JMarion Surritte and Will Warren, i Guests were Miss Roberta Potter, Mrs. Edna Martin, Sharon, and sister, Mrs. Oliver Crockett, andl thi . s community attended the At- KidneySlow-Down May Bring Restless Nights "When kidney function slows down, many folks complain of nagging backache, head- achea, dizziness and loss of pep and energy. Don't suffer restless niirhta with these discomforts if reduced kidney function is getting you down—due to such common causes NOTICE! U. I. U. Local 223 Members LABOR DAY PICNIC at POLISH PARK Broadway and Pennsylvania At 12 o'Clock Noon Labor Day—Monday, September 1 Admission will be a paid-up membership book. AMUSEMENTS Mrs. W.D. Houser and Bert Step-.. hens spent Friday at Gower. ] Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dale left 1 tern states. Upon this trip Mr. and completion o f Mrs. Dale will! have visited, all the 48 states. ! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Means i and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Means quarters against the presence American troops in Berlin. The women carried signs de- yang. manding that the troops stop their daily training exercises in the The navy said the Boxer and two; sister ships off Northeast Korea, the Essex and the Princeton, sent up 222 individual flights that dumped explosives on the huge electric plant at Chosen and other facilities from Kojo to Chongjin. Farther south, the British carrier Ocean sent planes north of Hae- ju peninsula. In a flaming raid on Sohung, 50 miles south of Pyongyan, 15 B- 26s unloaded destruction on a Communist supply tenter after civilians had been warned to flee. Twelve B - 29 Superfortresses bombed a 115-acre supply dump Mrs. Steve Wisdom, Mrs. Gilbert| W ent to the state fair at Sedalia,' Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. James Friday. i and daughter, Diane, all of Kan-j The Home Builders class of sas City; Mrs. Liffie Ballard, St. j the Baptist Church held its month- Joseph; Mrs. W. D. Houser, Mr. j y meeting Thursday. A pink and and Mrs. Finley Stephens and Mrs. jbiue shower was given for Mrs. Zella Groomer. | Charles Berry. Mrs. .Wilbum'Tau!- The condition of Shelia Annibee was the leader at the meet- jSlapper, infant daughter of M r. ing. and Mrs. Raymond Slapper r e- mains in a critical condition at I were in Kansas city Wednesday, the Medical Center in Kansas City,! Following are the names of at Sopo 13 miles north of Pyong- Five adjacent Griinewald Foreit One sign complained of a recent incident when rifle fire from the American range wounded a seven- year-old a': the nearby Wannsee bathing beach. West Berlin police dispersed the little rally a few minutes after it started. B-26s bombed an enemy supply center near Chunghwa, south' of Pyongyang, and 16 other light bombers cratered a main; supply road east of the Red cap-] ital. I The U. N. Command announced 1 in Tokyo that combined air force and navy aircraft losses since the war began 26 months ago now numbered 1,572 planes against confirmed Communist losses of 642. An additional 143 Red planes prob- bly were shot down and 620 damaged, the air force said. The navy claimed its pilots damaged 88 Red planes.. That would make a total stroyed or damaged. PLASTER PRQFILE-The coronation souvenir medal pre- cast in plaster, shown above, is one of six approved ~y the London Coronation Medals Panel. Designed by Paul Vincze, the. medal shows Queen Elizabeth's profile.- These six are souvenirs only — d not official coronation medals, which will be struck by the Royal Mint. Rev. and Mrs. H.A. McCanna Kas. The regular monthly meeting of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the Christian church wall b e Friday Aug. 29. Mrs. Nettie Miller spent Monday evening in Kansas City. Anita Sebus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sebus of Kansas City, was taken to the Menorah Hospital there with polio. I.D. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard West, is in the general hospital in Kansas City with polio. School will begin its Fall term ithe instructors who have been engaged by the West Platte R-2 district for this term: Marvin H. Plate, superintendent; Rudolph G. Eskridge, principal and social studies; William E. Cheatham m, English and speech; C. Herbert Potter High School enrollment j tipns .., ....„-„,„„„ diuretic. Used successfully, by'millions "for I over 50 years. It's amazing how many times Doan's eive happy relief from these discomforts—help the ISmiles of kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Dean's Pills today! •' (Adv.) AMUSEMENTS "I lied and cheated, but I loved" the Baroness said. "I am an adulteress. Iliedand cheated, but I experienced a truly great love.'' This is her shocking story and the story of the sensitive young woman who came to help her write her lurid memoirs and stayed to be nearly destroyed herself. Don't miss this gripping, complete novel in the new September Ladies' Home Journal.Getyour copy today! Our New ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT IN ONE HOUR If not pleased, your 40c hack. This STRONG fungicide SLOUGHS OFF the outer skin to expose burled funji. Kills it on contact. Get Greaseless, Instant-drying T-4-L at any drug store. Today at Mehl & Scliott Drug Co.—(Adv.) Costume Jewelry See our complete selection. Poggemeyer's 204 So. 5th AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Margaret Arrives in Paris At End of European Tour PARIS ffi — Winding up her tour of Europe, Miss Margaret Truman arrived here today by train from Oslo, Norway. The President's daughter was greeted by Theodore C. Achilles, minister-counsellor of the American Embassy. The President's daughter is to board the liner United States this afternoon for her return to the U. S. - Admission Adults 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 Last Times Tonite (Thurs.) Hens on U. S. farms laid six) billion eggs hi May, 1952. Labor Day DANCE 9P.M.-1A.M. Owl. Dance 1 to 3A.M. Every Sat. Nite! Dancing Every Fri. And Sun. Nites! Music by The Trail Blazers! Woody's Nite Club One Mile West of Platte City, Mo. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Western and Jungle Action ' TRICOLOR Tonite Is Giveaway Nite! TONITE and FRIDAY Two Hit Features Together! ONLY Tl TOUGHEST GOT THERE Only Iht luckiest GofOvt Alive! WECOIOR Second Grand Hit! .HEY, KIDS!, Another Big Hollywood Theatre Kiddie Club Show! IT'S OUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL PARTY! 1. A'gift for everybody who attends the show! 2. 10 Big Door Prizes! 3. Prizes for stage games! 4. Prizes for stage entertainment! — PLUS — A 2-hour-long screen show of Hit Cartoons and Comedies! SATURDAY MORNING At 9:30 A. M. All seats 25, both | , | | kids and adults! See vou Saturday—"Uncle Bud" AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Cool As-A Mountain Breeze/ — PLUS — Don't Miss It! The form of a woman! The brain of an animal! FRIDAY ONLY The HAYWAGON JAMBOREE TALENT SHOW Swell Prizes Santa Fe Trailriders: Jack, Frances, Luke and Jimmy —Broadcast over KCLO— And Tonight Is GIVEAWAY NITE! FREE! 15 1 / 2 GALLONS OF ICE CREAM! FREE! 15 ANGEL FOOD CAKES! For 15 Lucky Skylark P.atrons! Courtesy Jahn Super Marts! COMING SATURDAY! For One Big Night Only! DONAU) DUOTJ JOUIH AMOKAN HVAll LAST TIMES TONITE! • JENNIFER JONES c.i«k,TKHNICOlO* For Two Big Days Only! Matinee Fri. at 2 P.M., Sat., Continuous, 1 to 11 P.M. FRI. and SAT.! CENIURr-FOX'S M iltr-ntn , cNALLY ^CX CENTUR IPLOMATIC OURIER HILDEGARDE NEFF 1 •EXTRA! — JIEL ALLEN'S FOOTBALL REVIEW New Hit Cartoon—Late World News! Coming Sunday—"THE STORY OF ROBIN HOOD"

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