The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 2
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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Two THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 3, ;952. No Solution In Sight For Strike Problem By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON 4m — There is a kind of American self-torture involved in looking for a way out of national emergency strikes. This presidential campaign isn't likely to provide a solution. Gov. Stevenson seemed to make that clear in his Labor Day speech. He said that Taft-Hartley Act should be entirely replaced by a new labor law. He raised the ques tion of handling national emergency strikes. He offered several suggestions but frankly said he didn't have the answer. It's a question which makes organized labor, management and politicians unhappy. Congress has never provided the answer. Traditionally, an employer has been free to refuse to meet the demands of a union. At the same time the union is free to strike until he does. The SS United Stales Makes Courtesy Detour NEW YORK ffl—A 16 mile detour at sea was made by the superliner, UnitedStates, which docked Tuesday—and all for the sake of international graciousnes's. On its return voyage from Europe, the swift ship overtook Britain's Queen Elizabeth. But rather than embarrass the Cunard Line's queen by passing her in full view of passengers and crew, Capt John Anderson gallantly veered the United States eight miles off course through a haze. "I'm sure any Cunard captain in the same position would do the same thing," Anderson said. liked the show, she replied, was just too, too beautiful." "It Bridge Results Winners of the culture Commissioner John C. White said Tuesday. * Manslaughter seven table Mitchell played Tuesday night by j Horseman Is Charged The young customer at the shoejj? 6 ,. U|av 'l"!* rth _Co iinl "' r '"' ' " store was all of three and definite D ^ 1C !! ccB " tJge Club: ,ly feminine. After trying on five , ( , I ;°^ Soru , th i . .. .. .! WELCH, W. Va. iffi- A horse- jpairs of shoes including oxford red sandals and black suede, her mother asked which she wanted "I don't care just as long as they are new." By KACEY Autumn is strolling through the Federal Grand Jury Is Seeking Monopoly Facts WASHINGTON Iff) — A federa grand jury seeking evidence of an alleged international oil mdnopolj assembled Wednesday to star sifting through the records of ma jor petroleum operators. The grand jury inquiry was 1 or ganized at the request of Atty. Gen. James P. McGranery, who said a Justice Department inves .tigation of more than a year in jdicated thaf^ seven large com- ipanies dominated the world oi market. ^£^K She^g^L-^^ -± ?%**? the merchants to appeal to back to school trade, she's beguiling the women by hinting of cooler - suppressed report re cently made public by a Senate That freedom for both sides was days and the luxury -of owning recognized by Congress even- inif urs . There is evidence of the fall passing the Taft-Hartley Act with season on many C i 0 thes lines I,.. panies had collaborated to divide world markets and fix prices. its many restrictions on unions am management. When there is a threat of a strik which might hurt the national wel fare, T-H provides for delaying bu not. in the end, preventing it. The government, through cour injunction, can delay such a striki 80 days to give both sides tha much more time to reach a settle ment Under T-H, if there's still no set dement at the end of 80 days, th union is free to strike, even though such a work-stoppage might pu the country in a tail spin, unless Congress then steps in and passes a law forbidding the strike out right. Congress could pass a law for bidding a strike in an industry affecting the national welfare and let It go at that. That would penalize the union only. Deprived of its ancient right to strike it would have to continue working for an employer who, knowing his workers couldn't walk out, could take his own good time on a settlement This xvould be so obviously one- sided that, if Congress tried this remedy, organized labor could hardly sit by. In the end, and for faimess, Congress would have to pass a law penalizing an employer in such a case, too. How? Probably by compulsory arbitration. Which means: Once a union was "forbidden to strike, an employer would lose his right to take his time settling with the union; the government would step in and dictate the terms of settlement which both sides would have to accept. But compulsory arbitration — among labor, management and politicians—is almost in the category of a dirty word. Nobody likes to mention it. It's the ultimate in government interference. It seems only a matter of time before Congress will have to find some final answer. So far we've been able to skid through the big strike! without national destruction. < about the town. Woolens with many wrinkles and lopsided folds swing crazily on backyard wires. Companion to the airing of Fall's wardrobe is the crowd of youngsters to be found around the counters selling school supplies. Toy sections feature plastic helmets for the younger set. Notices of KITTEXS CAUSE CRASH SOUTH WHITLEY, Ind. Merle Grogg, 20, Akron, braked his semi - trailer truck near South Whitley Tuesday night to miss two kittens crossing the highway, he told state troopers. tions appear. Mothers worriedly try on last spring's dresses and slacks for school opening only to find the summer's interlude in shorts and swim suits took its toll of length. Even the trees rustle lazily as if readying for the first! dropping of yellow leaves. Gardens are entering the last effort of A following truck crashed into football playing] the rear of Grogg's vehicle, killing school registra-|the driver, James Myers, 30, Rochester, Ind. _ the season Soon the first frost and autumn will have come to town to stay. Casualty lists from Korea cause a headshake and a frown and a 'tch" of horror but statistics show that traffic deaths take a larger oil of humans than does the battlefield. A man would hesitate to valk boldly through a known minefield and yet he hesitates not o drive a car speedily on a two- ane highway. A soldier exercises caution on night patrol, yet an automobile driver will -step on the ;as to beat the yellow caution light appearing from the green. A >oldier sometimes earns a medal but a careless driver never. JAYNBtMnftaUefs I (You nuj tun ftea jnd Nt tun it) Fidgeting, nose-picking and a tormenting rectal itch are often telltale signs of Fin-Worms... ugly parasites that medical experts say, infest one out of every three persons examined. Entire families may be victims and not know it. To get rid of Pin-Worms, these pests must not only be killed, but killed in the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne'aP-W tablets do ... and here's how they do it: First—a scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then — Jarne's modern, medically-approved ingredient goes light to work—J*U» Fin-Worms Quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At the first sign of Pin- Worms, »sk your druggist for genuine Jajne'i P-W Vermifuge... the small, easy-to-take tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jayne If Son, specialists in worm remedies for over 100 years. The expected eruption in mlitical campaign seems a little ike Mauna Loa. It may not ome active this year. 1. Mrs. E. K. Crowley, Mrs. Lloyd | man who rode over and fatally \\. Cassell 104 injured an elderly man was 2. Blanche Galvin, Helen [charged with manslaughter Tues- Collins 9o: day 3. Mr. and Mrs. Chet I Moorehead 89 e Trooner c - H - Ot t° said 4. Mrs. W. I."Hinkie'Mrs ! rhe charge was placed against Barney Kaplan ' s4' Bague Waldron . 30 ' o£ Avondale, (East-West) | w - Va - The tro° quoted Wald- 1. Mrs. O L Hull Mrs ron as sa y in S he admitted he was Ladd Hull '.... " 93' riciing the horse last Frida y n e ht ENGLISHMAN LIKES PIPERS IOWA CITY, la. «t—The Univer-i sity of Iowa's all-girl bagpipe band! may fail to impresss the Scots, but one Englishman says they provid-i university after the pipping las*ed him rath a thoroughly enjoyable experience." William A. Wanless, of Plymouth, Eng., wrote the ies, known as the Scottish Highlanders, had apppeared there. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Tonite Is Buck Nile! 2. Dr. and Mrs. Russell iwhen it ran over Oscar Christian, — --• « ""v* J.IA.J.LJ. AVWOO^JJ. f* a - - . - , Settle ..... . 93! ' ° Avondale. 3. Mrs. J. J. Thompson, Mrs. j Mark Hanna, Sr ............. 91: 4. Mrs. Wendell Wenstrand, Mrs. Ivan Meyer 82! CXTF! VQTVIP T1TY A c "T rkee JL.A..LJ<,A&l\J!j Ji,XAS LOSS ATTAINT Toi- AUblllN, le.\. Zllng heat Wave Dry Eczema Itch Oil-Rich Ointment Acts in Place of Nature's Missing Skin Oils i Maddening itch of dry eczema a often more persistent when skin lacks natural ! oils. For speedy relief, blissful comfort, apply Ointment. Oil-rich Rcsinol helps to and „• . S1Z- make up for lack' of Nature's oils - to drought in ' lubr 'cate dry, itchy surface. Itesinol's relief .!,„_„. __ .. . . , a i fromtormen tins; itch is fast and long-lasting he past month have COSt farmers) ...helps Nature heal. At all drug Btores. 100 million dollars, 'State Agri-! ( Adv.) ""' AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS THEATRE- Adults 500 - Admission - Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 TONITE AND THURSDAY Musical Ever Made! Biggest dSSt ml y<; jforring Kathryn L& Howard Joe E. tMargt and Goucr frx&ibyittVB* \^.\ fA color by TECHNICOLOR! PLUS SECOND HIT YOU CANT ERAS! THE STAMP OF A KILLER! HICHAM TRAVIS "sHB^A WAN And Big Hit Cartoon! Phone 196 Tonite! All Your Car Will Hold TONITE! Now... Two 1st Showings In Leavenworth Hits! ALL NEW! THRIUS...ADVENTURE! Plus! Always a Hit Cartoon at The Skylark! THURS. and FBI.! Another All New 1st Snowing in Leavenworth Double Hit Show! MISTRESS OF A NOTORIOUS HIDEOUT FOR HUNTED MEN; MARLENE DIETRICH ARTHUR I KENNEDY MEL FERRER -,, lamViiWIIHi V' ' "n'Hiraia^Mii^M f«a. u ,« g HOWARD HIU High Adventure! HUNTING BY SOW MO ARROW W WILDEST I Cool As A Mountain Breeze! A/vl D U. R W O O D At W AYS STARTS TODAY aratinees DaUy at 2 P.M. Complete Site Show Starts at 7 and 9 P.M.I Last Feature at 9:25.' 4* •' THE (IM. WHO KEPT THE WO&LD IN A WHIfelT GLORIOUS MUSICAL AOVENTURE...setto Romance, Love, Kisses and Champagne! ssaspasssi COLO* BY TECHNI Y COLOR Building activity is undoubtedly lealthy for the town's progress but ve maintain there is a definite herapeutic value for the by- tander. A man hurrying to the ank to deposit the morning's cash an be slowed. He can watch the Cody Hotel building operation for 5 minutes and not be at all con- erned over money. The clerks ustling for the lunch counter can top to watch and forget their unger. The idler who never has much to do can sit in a doorway opposite the building and find he has something to see and something new to discuss. The shoppers waiting for the bus find modern day ark has arrived in i themselves watcliing and so forget Modern-Day Ark Arrives In Liberia Wilh Bibles MONROVIA, Liberia ffl — A Liberia with Bibles to spread Christianity and bulldozers to develop the -country. U. S. millionaire R. G. Le Tour- the foot ache and the "whatever shall I have for supper?" prob-! lem. Even a reporter can loiter neau, who sponsored the undertak- line, ing, was here Tuesday to greet the missionary ship ark Le Tour- and forget the pressure of a dead- neau bearing the first of a million dollar shipment of bulldozers, town-sized power plants, prefabricated houses and rice planting and harvesting machines. The red milk truck and the orchid dry cleaning truck have a shiny newness about them as they drive through the rain. Le Tourneau. 63, long a in church work, did not wait for tlie passengers to land but swam out to the ark—a converted landing ship, and climbed aboard. The group plans to develop a new j Our memory of "Robin Hood" leader!'" motion picture form dates to Douglas Fairbanks, the senior, and a neighbor girl who won a doll who cried Ma-Ma on her show j ticket. A youngster we know at-; tended the latest "Robin Hood" on Go Back To College with Samsonite <^t Be as smart in your luggage as you arc in your studies . . . return to school this Fall with a carload of beautiful Samsonite luggage! Saiiisonite Fashiontone luggage, in colors of Bermuda Green, Admiral Blue, Colorado Brown, Saddle Tan and Natural Rawhide finish, is here in a big variety of cases.- Remember, too, Samsonite packs more clothes. Samsonite's better-than-lcather wonder covering keeps clean with a damp cloth and prices are unbelievably low. Come in ... let us show you.' community at Tournata on the Li- Sunday afternoon. This version j berian government has given the has technicolor and undoubtedly jj missionaries a concession of a half- million acres. more spectacular stunts than our; U'^^^-QSa&ZZ&Sg '.t^S-^Z?^ I • • • • A LAMA5 . *«MERKEL HAYDN Extra! Hit Paramount Cartoon! Late News of The World! GOMEZ SUN., SEPT. 7 Dean MARTIN and Jerry LEWIS in "Jumping Jacks" A "Must See* A. Train Case $17.50 B. Vanity 0'Nile...._ 17.50 C. O'Hile (regular) — D. O'Nile | convertible) 22.50 E. ladies' Wardrobe 25.00* 'All price* p/ui Tax Also • compltff lint «f Samsonift Man-Toifond luggage for mm. Strong tnovgfi fo stand onl "I guess that'll end the constant parade for a drink of water!" Leavenworth Sporting 316 Delaware Goods Co. Phone 341 "The State's Greatest Outdoor Event 1 Everything is in readiness for the opening of the 72nd annual exposition in Topeka. Free Fair officials have planned for the greatest agricultural, livestock and industrial show in Kansas' history. This will be the big one—plan to be a part of this, "The World's Oldest and Largest Free Fair." See the might of Kansas on full dress parade. 6 fh CHILDREN'S DAY SAT. SEPT. A double feature grandstand show—both auto races and itie world famous Rodeo Kids! SEE THE RODEO KIDS (SAT. AFT. ONLY) REDUCED PRICES ON SHOWS AND RIDES (Until 6 p.m. Sat. Aft.) FAIR WEEK FEATURES SAT., SEPT. 6 SUN., SEPT. 7 MOM., SEPT. 8- TUES., SEPT. 9 WED., SEPT. 10 THURS., SEPT. II FRU SEPT. 12- •STOCK CAR SPRINT RACES BIG CAR AUTO RACES 100-MILE STOCK CAR RAGE AUT SWENSON'S THRILLCAOE CHAMPIONSHIP AUTO RACES AUT SWENSON'S THRILLCAOE THRILL DAY BEAUTIFUL NIGHT SHOW EACH EVENING O r ROYAL AMERICAN SHOWS ON THE MIDWAY 12 TOPEKA

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