The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 11
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1952. Homegrown Produce Nearing Peak on Wholesale Markets From now through the next two weeks the homegrown produce offered on the local wholesale market will probably be at its peak in variety and quality. The prices should be lower than at any time. Anyone interested in canning or freezing foods for winter use can hardly go wrong buying them. Among the best buys available now we find: apples, green beans, shelled lima beans, endive, miscellaneous greens and spinach, gre8i peppers, summer squash, and bunched turnips. Green peppers and summer squash are es- Stevenson Gets Back in Line With 'Dealers' By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (JB—Gov. Stevenson, reminded by President Truman to watch his steps, is trying to .waltz Gen. Eisenhower into a corner. When photographers were turning him around to get a good shot of him during his visit here a few weeks ago, Stevenson quipped: haven't been in so much trouble since I was in dancing school." At least his political dancing seemed a little rusty for he stepped smack on Truman's toes. And, like a man with bunions, Truman showed he didn't like it. This is what had happened: Over a week ago, in a letter to an editor, Stevenson said he would if elected, clean up the "mess" in Washington. Asked about this at his news conference last Thursday, Truman snapped he knew of no mess. Then, asked If he felt he was a target, Truman said the Democratic party had to run on the record of the Roosevelt-Truman administrations— that's all it could run on. Jolted by this reminder to watch where he was going, Stevenson hastened to soothe the President's feelings the next day by saying: "Of course, I approve and applaud the vast accomplishments for the public good under Democratic leadership." Meanwhile, Eisenhower publicly approved some of the social legis lation placed on the books under the Democratic New Deal - Fair Deal administrations of the pasl 20 years. This gave Stevenson an opportunity to needle Eisenhower with a crack about being a "me, tooer. Still, one of the oddities of this campaign is that the New Dea! and the Fair Deal—at least under those names—have hardly figured in thli campaign although they were issuei in previous tial races. But late Wednesday, at a Democratic rally in New Jersey, Steven son showed that in a week's time he had polished up on his poll tical dancing;. He came out with lavish praise of Democratic doings for the past 20 years. Stevenson tried to make this speech do double duty. It could serve to reassure Truman Democrats about him. And it was a wide open taunt to Eisenhower to show whether he was a "me tooer." But Stevenson, like Eisenhower still hasn't offered any specifi program of his own. Until thej do, the public will have to keej on groping in the dark. ecially good buys as they are sel- ng slow at little more than the ost of the containers. The truck eceipts of Arkansas, Oklahoma ind Texas watermelons are still airly heavy, and their price are [expensive. Although the cheap peach supply i the market is rather light, lere are still many peaches avail- ble as most are moving direct o retail outlets. Bartlett pears are ill selling at moderate prices The first California Red Delicious pples were sold on the market his week, and while they are pro- bly very appealing, they are sell- ng at luxury prices. Locally grown tomatoes, along nth shipped in tomatoes, were a ttle cheaper but remained at moderate prices. Head lettuce rom Colorado and California is in moderate supply and selling at moderate prices. Another good salad ingredient s endive. It is selling on the mar- et now at below the cost of pro- ucing it, and should be regarded s a good bargain. This endive is plant with narrow, fine-divided urly leaves that slightly resemble andelion leaves. It is used raw s a salad, or cooked as greens ts slightly bitter flavor adds in- erst to a mixed salad. A sprig ol ndive works well as a garnish or assorted dishes. In cooked form t is prepared like spinach, anc s also tasty braised. Crispness, freshness, and tend- rness are essential factors o: uality. Wilted plants especially lose on which leaves are brown re undesirable as are plants with ough, coarse leaves. Such leaves will be excessively bitter. Tender- ess can be determined by break- ng or twisting a leaf. Locally jrown endive is unbleached, anc s leaves are green and curly. Deay may show up if leaves are rown. Like most greens, endive s rich in Vitamin A and in iron t also contains sizable portions of ther nutrients.—Furnished by F Turtle, Federal Food Reporter English Minister Isn't Whistling EPSOM, Eng. ttl — This racin; town's sprightly Methodist ministe now in Iowa, assured his flock today the slickness of American chicks has been overrated. The Rev. R. L. J. Kaye, who i preaching in Alta, Iowa, under an Anglo - American exchange plan wrote his congregation: "You know, I had heard a lo about the chic American woman When I arrived in New York, fully expected to be turning rouni every 10 feet and giving a wo whistie. "But that just did not happen, honestly think the women in'Lon don are just as attractivel dressed." Kaye said he also was surprise to find the children of the Corn Belt looking "pallid and unhealthy compared with their ruddy-face English • cousins. Unsuccessful Candidate Again Protests Results WICHITA (Si — E. Louis Moore unsuccessful candidate for stat representative nomination in th Aug. 5 primary, has filed anothe suit protesting the outcome of th election. In an action filed with Sedgwic County Clerk Otis Schweiter Moore charged he had more tha enough legal ballots for the nom ination, but that through "inexcu sable mistakes and flagrant er rors," by election board worker 1 the ballots were thrown out Official returns gave Agnes Mi Knight 1,484 votes to Moore's 1,441 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES SIDE GLANCES By Gailbraith 6-28 T M. JHf. U. S. Pit. Ofli Copr. 1952 by NEA Strvici. In "Maybe the reason he's staying awake is that he appreciates your golden vofcel" (A revenue passenger mile is a paying passenger carried one mile). In a mid-year summary, the ATA forecast the year's load of ah- mail at 70,742,000 ton .miles, an 8% percent gain over 1951. It predicted an 8 per cent gain in air freight. This was the greatest idleness reported due to strikes for any month since October. 1949, except . the 14 million man-clays of idleness in June, when the steel strike was in full swing. Basehor Alma Eb«rtb Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Odneal returned Tuesday from a trip to Denver, Colo., Salt Lake City, Utah, Idaho, Yellowstone National Park, the Mormon Temple, and the big Wyoming Herford Ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waters and son Arden are visiting Mrs. Walters' parents Mr. and Mrs. Dana Ready at Glenwood Springs, Colo. Miss Carol Lewis and Miss Ruth Ann Milligan returned Sunday after attending the Ottawa assembly Baptist youth camp at Ottawa last week. Mrs. E. Berner will entertain the Lutheran Ladies Aid at the parsonage Thursday Sept. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Runnels returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dale Runnels at Midway Lake at Covad, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. James Runnels at Omaha, Nebr., Mrs. Esther at Edgar, Nebr. The Association Missionary of Kansas City gave a talk at the Baptist Church Friday evening. After the talk all enjoyed a watermelon feed. Mrs. Ruth Helen Runnels entertained the L.A.L. Club with a ] o'clock luncheon at her home Wed- nesday. Those present were: Ruth Warden, Frances Eberth, Rosa Pouppirt, Pauline Nance, Maryou Hein, Bessie Mussett, Gladys Kenton, Ruby Eyerly, Norma Newman, Edna Schwartz, Frances Vhittacre. The guests were Mrs. luth Gruble, Mrs. Virginia Hub- iel, Mrs. Schlotta Ann Meyer of Basehor and Mrs. Ray Winters of Bethel. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lamb of near Basehor had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jelinek of St. ,ouis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eberth and Jarry, Mrs. Elisa Eberth and Miss •"reda Eberth returned Thursday rom a trip to Eureka Springs, Harrison and Rogers, Ark., Rock away Beach, Mo. and Lock wood 3each, at Lake Ozark, Mo. then o the state fair at Sedalia, after he storm hit. Miss Edna Hukill spent the week day with the arrest of Ray E Farmer, 26, a former Brink's em- ploye who had a key to the truck. Otto Plank, vice president of Brink's Inc., said the guards vio- jlated a company rule that at least one man must stand guard at all -times over money under the company's protection. MUSH Four Brink's Guards Lose Jobs for Eating Lunch WASHINGTON Iff)—Four Brink's guards were out of a job today because they had lunch together!Department reported today that July Strikes Cost 'US 2 Million Work Days WASHINGTON Iff! — The Labor last Monday. strike idleness in July cost Air Passengers, Mail, Freight Up WASHINGTON (II — Record pas enger, mail and freight volumes are predicted by the airlines for 952. But they expect an 8 per cen rop in air express. The Air Transport Association, pokesman for the scheduled air- nes, estimated yesterday that the lines will carry 22,300,000 paying assengers this year, 8.2 per cent more than the 1951 peak. The ATA said that during June ae domestic trunk lines—for the irst time in history—carried more tian two million passengers and lew more than a billion revenue les in a single month. While they were eating in a hotel million man- days work, largely cafeteria their unguarded armored j because of the steel strike, truck was rifled of 565,000 in cash. |, The money was recovered nextjl DON presioen- passenger mile NEXT WINtil- WITH Y^OUR^ GRATES DOWN; | CALL HOLLAND FURNACE CO. 3rd & Shawnee PHONE 531 WAYNE FEEDS with the I. Q. Test Armour's New Pebble Plant Fertilizer. Leavenworth Feed & Supply 722 Shawnee Phone 799 I It's the AGE ~6 years old li\& 1 .tl ** Its popularity tells the story CHARACTER |r that make all the DIFFERENCE between whiskies "^ why OLD HICKORY STRfllGHTjJOURBON™ 118111 =iF~ is one of the most popular Bourbons in America 86 PROOF • ALSO AVAILABLE fN 100*ROOrBOfTUD TH BONO ; i OlD'HICKORY CORP. • PHIt£,PAl Coming Soon! Brand New Model WESTINSH0USE Big 9 Cu. Ft. Freezer-across-the-top <S $299.95 Free! $14.95 Crockery Refrigerator Set with each purchase! 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