The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 29, 1952 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 2

Leavenworth, Kansas
Issue Date:
Friday, August 29, 1952
Page 2
Start Free Trial

Two THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1952. Army Orders WOJG Ross L. Spencer is released irom assignment and duty with the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavemvorth and is awaiting assignment. Maj. Myrel O. Matthews is released from assignment and dutv, C&GSC. Fort Leavemvorth, and is ordered to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey, for further assignment. First Lt Georgia S. Bodenhamer is assigned to ASU, USAH, Fort Leavenworth. Capt. Leonard D, Holder is released from assignment and duty at Fort Knox,' Ky. and is assigned to C&GSC, Fort Leavenworth. Capt. Garland A. Ludy leased from assignment and duty, Third Armored' Division. Fort Knox, Ky. and is assigned to C&- GSC, Fort Leavenworth. Lt. Col. Amel L. Cox is released from assignment and duty at Fort George G. Meade, Md., and is assigned to C&GSC, Fort Leavenworth. Maj. Gen. Haydon L. Boatner is relieved from assignment and duty in the Far East Command and is assigned to Headquarters Fourth Army, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Brig. Gen. John Weckerling is relieved from assignment and duty with OAC of S, Washington, D.C., and is assigned to 8751st AAU, Washington, D.C. Lt. Gen. Manton S. Eddy is an-i nounced as CINC USA Europe, effective August 12, 1952. Lt. Gen. Charles L. Bolte is announced as commanding general, Seventh Army, effective 12 August, 1952. Brig. Gen. Joel G. Holmes, is retired from active service August 31, 1952. He is relieved from assignment at Joliet, Dl. Maj. Gen. Paul W. Rutledge is relieved from assignment and duty EUCOM and is assigned to OC- AFF, Ft. Monroe, Va. Maj. Gen. Howard L. Peckham is relieved from assignment and duty OQMG, Washington, D^ C., and is assigned to Quartermaster Center, Fort Lee, Va. Maj. Gen. Harry J. Collins is re lieved from assignment and duty Havre, Mont. Kansas City 92 Los Angeles HI Miami .•% '.. 92 Minneapolis 74 New Orleans 89 New York 79 Oklahoma City 98 Washington 89 84 50. — PIGS FOB PETS 71 M 75 59 74 74 67 M WINNIPEG Iff)—Professor R. A. VVardle of the University of Manitoba says a hog in the house would make a useful pet. The zoology department chairman told a veterinary association meeting that the hog, for one thing, would dispose of "those lawn grass clippings you dump secretly a t OARMA, Moscow, Russia, and assigned to Medical Holding De tachment, Walter Reed Hospital. Mstr. Sgt. William A. Andre 319% Delaware St., Leavenworth is placed on the retired list in grade from the Medical Holding Detachment, William Beaumon Army Hospital, Tex, Weather Observations By The Associated Press U. S. weather observations for 24-hours ending at 6:30 a. m. Station Max Min Pre Chicago 94 68 — Denver 77 55 — Edmonton M M M Ft. Worth 98 73 — Adrian Clark Service Was in St. Petersburg Funeral service for Adrian E. Clark Sr. who died in St. Petersburg, Fla., on August 24, was in Clearwater, Fla. on Wednesday, 'he body accompanied by Mrs. Clark and son, Adrian E. Clark . was sent to Washington, D.C. or burial in Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Clark will remain in New York City with her son and daugh- ;er-in-law for an indefinite stay be- ore returning to Florida. Mr. Clark was a brother-in-law f Judge Joseph Dawes, 420 Arch; Slanche Dawes, 525 Kickapoo, and Jrs. Florence Crispin, 600 Dakota. Irs. Clark Sr. is the former Agnes 3avves of Leavenworth. .HEY, KIDS!, Another Big Hollywood Theatre Kiddie Club Show! IT'S OUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL PARTY! L A gift for everybody who attends the show! 2. 10 Big Door Prizes! 3. Prizes for stage games! 4. Prizes for stage entertainment! Girl's First Prize — Beautiful Life- Size Doll! Boy's First Prize -^- Complete Roy Rogers Holster Set — PLUS — A 2-hour-long screen show of Hit Cartoons and Comedies! SATURDAY MORNING At 9:30 A. M. All seats 25c both | kids and adults! One type of -extinct American ephant attained a height of 14 eet. AMUSEMENTS 18th and Spruce On 92 Highway Dutch Kern's Orch. Lunch and Refreshments! Adm.: 50c night on someone else's lot." Prof. Wardle said he had read that one pound of .lawn clippings is equaJ to three pounds of meal. "The hog is undoubtedly intelli- *************** * * - Admission Adults 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 TONITE AND SATURDAY Western and Jungle Action ' TRUCOLOR See you Saturday—"Uncle Bud' 1 The form of a woman! The brain of an animal! FREE DANCE Saturday Night — 9 till 12 — For V.F.W. Members and Families ROUND DANCING WITH Music By The Cavaliers ___ "The Biggest Little Band In Town" gent and I imagine he could eas- ly be house-trained.'I see no reason why, in time, we should not have some quite desirable varie- ANTIQUES See our display of Glass! *Daisy and Button •Amber, Blue, Crystal •Vase Line •Plates, 10-In., iy. In. •Goblets, Wines. •Colored Glass for your Kaiaboiv Window HATTON'S Lansing, 'Kas. So. ot L,eav. on Hhvys. 7 and 73." Phone Lansing 276 for you For Fall! Yes, McGuire's—Clothiers to Men ajid Boys—is ready to outfit you for a new' season. We're prepared to do it, just as we have the last 42 years. There will be no change from the twofold policy .laid down by the store's founder, the late Clarence McGuire— that of quality clothing at reasonable prices. So, as this store passes from father to son, we pledge anew our unceasing efforts to please and serve you the best we know how. ? McGUIRE'S 427 Delaware ^Presenting Frankie Kay and his Western Swing Band Opening Labor Day Weekend at the RIVERSIDE RANCHO Hi-way 71 & 45 Jet. % Mi. west of Riverside Stadium. Dancing Friday, Saturday, Sunday! Matinee Dance Sunday ... 4 PM—7 PM. TONITE ONLY The HAYWAGON JAMBOREE TALENT SHOW Swell Prizes Santa Fe Trailriders: Jack, Frances, Luke and Jimmy —Broadcast over KCLO— ies of pigs sitting on our doorsteps." Get Our Prices Before U Buy! Zephyr Awnings Residential and commercial. Redwood or aluminum. WjcrA Combination Storm **'•*•" Windows and Doors. Kitchen Cabinets Made to order. Ornamental Iron Porch and stair rails. "Estimates Without Obligation" GILLESPIE SALES & SERVICE 1812 Cherokee Leayenworth Ph. 1280 FR[[ YOUR KITCHEN Of GREASE, HEAT, ODORS, ALL YEAR 'ROUND fasca Automatic Ventilator • FAST! Changes kitchen »ir every 3 minutes. • NO D1AFTS! QUIITI • ECONOMICAL! Low cost Uses less current than 40-watt bulb . . . Inexpensive installation in any kind of wall. • BEAUTIFUL! Harmonizes with modern kitchens . . . Easy to keep clean. • ONI CONTROL! Simple as turning on a light! STOP IN AND SEE IT TODAY I THOLEN Bros. Supply Co. 304 Shawnee Phone 108 AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Cool As A Mountain Breeze! Phone 196 Tonite! Two Grand Hits! SATURDAY ONLY! SPOOK,SHOW "DEAD MEN WALK" Come to second show and stay for the big spook show! Liquor Store Conveniently Located At Broadway and Cherokee St. • Wines •Blends •Straights • Gins • Burgundy s • Bonds • Rums •Champagnes •Specialties Malt Liquor, Beer and Ale. Plenty of Parking Space. Attention, Legionnaires! SUNDAY AND MONDAY RODTAMEROM ORT Color by CINECOLOB FREE DANCE For All Legionnaires and Auxiliary SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 30, AT 8:30 at LEGION HALL Music by The Bell-Tones! ROBERT IOUIS STEVENSON'S GREAT STORY Of ADVENTURE! I TREASURE or f LOST CANYON POWELL-ADAMS-DRAKE-HUU. NOTICE There will be no Buck Nite this coming Monday nite, Labor Day BUT LABOR DAY We are going to have a giant FIREWORKS DISPLAY Remember It's Monday Nite! Saturday Only!2-Big Hits-2! Today and Saturday! Continuous Shows Saturday, 1 PM to 11 PM! Also V IN AMAZING TECHNICOLOR EXTRA! Mel Allen's "FOOTBALL REVIEW" 1 Hit Cartoon! Late World News! • STARTS SUNDAY • JEFF MHHEU • IDE SAWYER Sunday and Monday! First Showing In Leavenworth! It's A RIOT! H. ALIEN SWIM'S HILSRiOUS MIT TO ALL PATRONS Of the Skylark Drive-In Theatre Watch for the Big, First-Time-In Leavenworth Fietures Coming Next Week! Sun. and Mon.—"Smugglers' Gold" Tiies. and Wed.—"At Sword's Point" and "On Dangerous Ground" Thurs. and Fri.—"Tembo" and "Kancho Xotorious" Sun., Sept. 7—''Denver and Rio Grande" plus "Atomic City" WALT DISNEY'S HEW ALL-LIVE ACTION FEATURE! Robin starring Richard TODD JOM RICE • PETER RNCH

What members have found on this page

Get access to

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

Try it free