SABRE JET PILOT IN KOREA—2nd Lt. Wallace E. Durst, son of CoL and Mrs. W. E. Durst, 318 North Fourth, Leavenworth, is.an F-86 Sabre Jet pilot serving with the veteran 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing in Korea. He is shown leaving the cockpit in combat flying gear after returning'from a combat air patrol over North Korea. His wing has destroyed more than 110 MIG-15s in air battles over "MIG Alley." (USAF Photo) All Controls May Be Lifted During 1953 WASHINGTON U) — A govern ment official says most production controls on civilian goods can be lifted in 1953—unless there is a sharp increase in military out put. There were these other economic developments: 1. A 327 million dollar climb in installment buying boosted consumer credit to a record high of $21,200,000,000 in July, the third month after controls were re moved from most credit. 2. A three-tenths of one per cent decline in the Labor Department's wholesale price index for lie week that ended Aug. 26 was the first drop in more than a month. 3. The Agriculture Department reported that farm prices did not change between mid-July and mid August, 'a time of severe drought Henry H. Fowler, defense production administrator, Friday told newsmen it is "possible and probable" that most production controls can be removed next year. Almost all the consumer credit gains reported by the federal reserve system were in installment )uying. Single payment loans were up six millions but this was offset by drops of 89 millions in charge accounts and two millions n service credit. The latest wholesale price index Flying Farmers Choose Wichita For Convention AUBURN, Ala. (&— Flying farmers from 36 states end their annual meeting Saturday after choosing Wichita, Kas., for 'the 1953 .national convention. Some 525 delegates who came here in 200 planes participated in the sessions. "'".'.' The National Flying Farmers! Association is building its new headquarters in Wichita and plans are to dedicate it during the eighth annual convention next year. : Reflected president for another! term was E. M. Anderson, Me-! dina, Texas. Vice President Lee 1 Palladay, Milan, Mich., was also retained. In 1946 Solly Hemus, now a member or tfte Cardinals but then a player for Pocatello, lost the batting title of the Pioneer league by 0001. TOTH'S BUNGALOW WILL, REOPEN SEPT. 1. SERVING FROM 6 PM TO 11 PM. CLOSED SUNDAYS WE FEATURE FINE STEAKS, FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP and FRIED CHICKEN; .For reservations call 3558. TOTH'S BUNGALOW 1031 Metropolitan. FRIED CHICKEN DINNER 75c Open six days a week, 7 AM to 10 PM except Saturday when we close at 2PM. OPEN LABOR DAY! SKEET'S CAFE, LANSING. Phone Lansing 214 Maybe you have heard — AUSTIN'S IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR LIQUOR, WINE AND BEER NEEDS! AUSTIN'S PRICES ARE CONSISTENTLY LOWER—AND YOU GET A 5% ^DISCOUNT ON ONLY TWO FIFTHS! GREATER SAVINGS IN CASE LOTS! ' AUSTIN'S MAINTAI N A LARGE SELECTION OF BAR GLASS«* • "^ «* WARE AND BAR GADGETS FOR SALE OR LOAN! AUSTIN'S LEAD ALL OT HERS 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 SPECIAL TY GROCERY DEPARTMENT FEATURES THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT O F S PIC 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 X Tilford RESERVE ' Blended Whiskey yWz% Straight Whiskey 62%% Grain Neutral Spirts $3.30 FIFTH 2 FOR CASE $6.27: $36.56 Open all Day Labor Day OPEN DAILY, 8 A.M. UNTIL 11 P.M. CLOSED j SUNDAYS. j I IN MISSOURI 1 MILE EAST OF FORT LEAVENWORTH WELCOME C.& G. S. S. STUDENTS! COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED! food at 111.9 compared to 112.2 jr the previous week and 110.7 or the week that ended July 8. The 947-49 period is figured at 100. Farm products in the index de- lined 1.2 per cent in price com- ared with the preceding week. x>wer prices were shown for many •esh fruits and vegetables, live- tock, raw cotton and wheat. Pro- essed foods were down .2 per cent ith the biggest drops reported for eef, lamb and pork products. The farm price level on Aug. 15 /as 6.1 per cent under the record et in February, 1951, but one per ent above a year ago. Retail food rices, on the. other hand, have een reported' by the Bureau of abor Statistics in recent weeks be at record levels. RASH ON TURNPIKE BEDFORD, Pa., Bl — A west- ound Greyhound bus smashed in- the rear of a steel-laden tractor •ailer on the Pennsylvania Turn-: ike Saturday, injuring five per-! ons, one seriously. In serious condition is~Lauren J. Johnson of Long Beach, N. Y. Police said his right leg was torn closely followed an emergency off. i board's recommendation several months ago suggesting complete union membership for all the one million non-operating rail workers. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, August 31,1952. Thra* Wins Battle For Union Shop WASHINGTON ffl — Organized labor has won a big skirmish in its fight for the union shop by persuading Eastern railroads to agree to the compulsory union membership provision. Long negotiations between the Eastern carriers and 17 non-' operating unions ended Friday night with an agreement giving the unions their demands. Spokesmen said that there were important qualifications to the agreement, letting some groups of workers out of the requirement that they become union members. The extent .of these exemptions was not immediately determined. H o w e v e r, a rail management spokesman said the agreement Seventh Bullet Successful In A Suicide Attempt CARTHAGE, Mo. Iff) — His seventh bullet was successful in the suicide of 74-year-old William W. Neale here Thursday. - Admission Adults 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 Sunday and Monday Don't Miss 'em! -PLUS-T A Second Hit Feature! „_..,_. , *><«• Chorlt. Henjy POWELL-ADAMS-DRAKE-NOLL QteateU of mm ROMANCES! TURNER COMING WEDNESDAY! Sheriff Paul Archer said a search of the man's possession turned up a small box containing six bullets. The sheriff said a note in the box read: "These bullets failed'to do the job.'' Each of the six bullets was nicked by the hammer of Neale's .22 caliber pistol which failed to explode them, the sheriff said. DIES OF GUN WOUND ROSWELL, N. M. ai— Leland M Quantius, 39, prominent Roswell attorney and a former resident of McPhersbn, Kas., died of a gunshot wound accidentally self - inflicted, a coroner's jvu-y ruled Friday night. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Ham and Sweet Potatoes Turkey, Dressing and Cranberry Sauce Tenderloin Tips Roast Beef / Roast Pork Frozen Peas Hot Rolls i" Above orders include salad >;. \ ,v * and dessert. / ; Open Daily 6 AM 'til 10 PM Air Conditioned For party reservations anytime, Phone 369 THE COFFEE SHOP In the Swann Hotel on the 4th Street Side. NOTICE There will be no Buck Nite this coming Monday nite, Labor Day BUT LABOR DAY EVENING We are going to have a giant „ FIREWORKS DISPLAY * Remember It's Monday Nite! Look—Look —- Look! 50—Free Cars—50 Tuesday Only! It's Our Lucky License Nite. If your license number is posted at our box office we will let your carload in free! Look for your number every Tuesday nite! This Week: Tuesday Nite Will Be Buck Nite! AH Your Car Will Hold . .. $1.00 PLUS FREE GIVE-AWAY OF $50.00 Don't Miss a Tuesday Nite! Tonight and Monday! Shrine Park Rd. & Richardson Road Phone 196 Our Big Holiday Show! The "HOWL" Hit of the Year! in THE MOST RIOTOUS-ROMANTIC STORY IDEA IN YEARS! RHUBARB The Pedigreed Howl Hit...of the Kitten Who was Smitten with Dollar Bills...and Who Inherited a Baseball Team in the Bargain! First Showing in Leavenworth! ACTION UNDR IK OU GOLD .CAMERON MITCHELL ' AMAND* BUM ' ,1.1, GENE LOCKHART -Attention, Skylark Patrons—— Watch for the Big, First-Time-In-Leavenworth Pictures Coming Next Week! Sunday and Monday—"Smugglers' Gold" ' Tuesday and. Wednesday—"At Sword's Point" and "On Dangerous Ground" Thursday and Friday—"Tembo" and "Rancho Notorious" Sunday, September 7—"Denver and Rio Grande" plus "Atomic City" And At NO ADVANCE m PRICES! — Adults 50, Children Free! I I Cool As A Mountain Breeze! The Leavenworth City Teachers' Institute Invites You lo H/ear Dr. John H. Furbay World Traveler and Xoted Lecturer Speak On "FACING THE IRON CURTAIN" Tuesday, September 2, At 8 P, M. in the Leavenworth High School Auditorium Everyone Invited — Xo Admission Charge! This invitation brought to you through the courtesy of Byron H. Mehl Post, American Legion. TODAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY - OUR GALA HOLIDAY SHOW! "Feature Starts Today and Monday At 1:30, 3:30, 7:30, 9:30. FAMOUS OUTLAW HERO OF SHERWOOD FOREST... AND HIS BAND OF MERRY ROGUES! WALT DISNEY'S ALL-LIVE, ALL-NEW Action Feature! .BBL^^J^^^^^Y^^^^ ^^P^^p* Extra! staffing RICHARD TOOD JOAN RICE • Pef«r FINCH • Jonws HAYTER Janws Roborhon JUSTICE Featurette, "Madison Square Garden" — Popeye Cartoon — Late News!
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