The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 11
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 11

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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WHB—Hall of Fantasy WDAF—Music of Manhattan 7:4S—WDAF—Bob and Hay gap—KMBC—The Big Time WHB—News: Today's Hits WDAF—Mario Lanza Show KCMO—Political •:1S—WHB—Blues vs. St. Paul 8:30—KMBC—Steve Allen KCMO—Summer Cruise WDAF—Music •St-KMBC—News WDAF—Hy Gardner Calling KCMO—Bfag Crosby : :«—WDAF—Words In Th» Night 30—KMBC—News: Sports FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger ran Assails foint Offer )f Settlement TEHRAN, Iran Cffl—The Nation- ist newspaper Shahed bitterly as- ailed President Truman Tuesday r joining Prime Minister Church- 11 in their joint proposal to end e. Anglo-Iranian oil dispute. The aper said Truman should tell the ritish the ''only way open to them unconditional surrender to the ghts of the Iranian people." The editorial was the first com- ent by an important newspaper ere since U. S. Ambassador Loy enderson and British Charge 'Affaires George Middleton sub- itted the proposal to Prime Minter Mohammed Mossadegh last aturday. The aged Nationalist ader at once rejected it verbally. Mossadegh has called Parlia- lent's lower house, the Majlis, to "I'm making extra money while waiting for the wife— \ she's buying a hat I can't afford!" KCMO—News; Sports WDAF—Bobert Montgomery; Stern's Portraits 9:45—KMBC—Curt Massey Tim* KCMO—Elmer Davis WDAF—Pro and Con 9:55—WHB—Scoreboard 10:00—KMBC—Beulah WDAF—News; Weather KCMO—Back To The Bible WHB—News Comments WDAF-TV Tonight 6:00—Groucho Marx 6:30—TEA 7:00—Pick The Winner 7:30—Dwight Eisenhower 8:00—Martin Kane 8:30—Hollywood Offbeat 9:00—Racket Squad 9:30—Washington Spotlight 9:45—Newsreel 9:50—Community Forum 10:00—Telesports Digest 10:30—News. 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It will be the first conference since the -Lisbon meeting of last February. The European members of the huge defense • organization have been pressing for an immediate meeting of the high-ranking officials of NATO governments. Thei U. S., however, has urged a post- THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 4,1952 LITTLE LIZ "M . You often hear a man complain about his memory-but never about his judgment. «NU- ponement until after the November elections. The conference has a number of urgent problems to consider, chiefly financial ones. 576 KANSAS FOLIO CASES TOPEKA (51 — Polio has stricken 576 Kansans so far this year, the state board of health said Wednesday, with 18 reported deaths from the disease. Barbs By HAL, COCHRAN Two sisters in Tennessee married two brothers, making them sister.s-in-law—and meaning more fights than ever. It's not only okay, but good for your health to hit a fly when it's down. .. „ . „ .. When you're 'always expecting the worst, how can you expect expectation to be most of the joy of living. . Junior probably .wouldn't be considered a problem child if he didn't know all ; the answers. U. S. Petitions Iran For Oil Settlement WASHINGTON \3i — Secretary of State Acheson publicly appealed Wednesday for Iranian Premier Mossadegh to reconsider his rejection of proposals made by Britain nd the U. S. for settlement of tlw •anian oil crisis. Acheson called the proposals fair and reasonable." He told a EWS conference that the three- oint settlement plan accepts na- onalization of the British-owned I industry in Iran "as a fact" nd concerns itself with the prob« m of working out compensation. Java is the most crowed regioa ! its size on earth. Smith's Drug Store 504 Delaware Phone SM 530 Delaware Phone 281 © 2.88 . WARDS FAMILY SHOE SALE-SAVE UP TO 20% This annual sale is our way of inviting new customers to try a pair of Wards proven-quality'Shoes. 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