The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 8
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Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, September 7,1952 Early Leavenworth — •in pictures SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CENTER—Around the turn of the century the Leavenworth Conservatory of Music was the scene of many community gatherings. In addition to several private classrooms or studios the building had a large auditorium where many school, social and cultural meetings were held. It played an active part in the daily lives of many Leavenworth people. It stood on the ground now occupied by the home of John Feller, 200 Fifth Ave. Adult Classes At St. Mary Announced Literature, religion, history and music courses are offered by the adult education program of Saint Mary College this fall. Most of the night or afternoon classes will meet Monday and Wednesday each week. Enrollment for Monday classes will be at 6:?0 p.m. Monday, Sept. 15, and for Wednesday classes at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept 17. i The Rev. Hilary Hill, O.S.B. will teach Natural Theology at 8 p.m., Monday. It will be a two- hour class. A course in the Life of Christ 3 will be taught by the Rev. 'J. L Cooper. The class will meet for one hour at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Sister Mary Mark will teach a course in children's literature which will meet at 4:30 p.m. for one hour Wednesday and Friday. Catherine Jarrott, a Ph.D. candidate, will teach Survey of -English Literature I, a two-hour class which will meet at 8 p.m., Wednesday. History of the Americas I will SIDE GLANCES By Gailbraith be taught by Sister Francis Therese at 4:30 p.m., Monday,, Wednesday and Friday. Government: Your Business I will be taught 7 to 9 p.m. Monday by Sister Thomas Aquinas. Part will be offered the second semester. An education course, Methods and Materials, will meet at 4:3C p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It will be taught by Sister Mary Pauline. Music instruction in piano, organ, violin, bass, voice, woodwind and brass instruments may be had by appointment. One hour credit will be given for work in orchestra. A complete schedule of the college's regular classes may be had by contacing Saint Mary. •"Oh, wt can look up that stuff in a few minutes at tht library! Shall we wear our new dresses?" Russians Handed Treaty Proposals MOSCOW IB — The U. S., Bri:ain and France Friday night handed Russia Austrian peace treaty proposals that they claimed met previous Soviet objections to the long-delayed pact. The Western Allies suggested four-power alks in London Sept. 29 to complete the accord. In identical notes, the three Western powers told the Soviets that they were willing — however •eluctantly—to limit Austria's future armed forces. They said they also were willing to demand that an independent Austria guarantee :ree elections, basic freedoms and anti-Nazi measures. The notes contended that these proposals met "the only points of objection" Russia has raised to the West's previous recommendations !or the treaty and thus cleared the way for a settlement. But a final agreement that would end the postwar occupation of Austria looked about as remote as ever today. The Western notes (contained provisions which the Russsians are not likely to agree to immediately, if ever. They probably will resent the entire tone of the notes and may reject them outright. THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW By Fagaly and Shorten HE TIP IS A LULU WITH THE CROWD PASSING BV — WHAT THEV GIVE THE POOR CABBIE ' VOU COULD PUT IW VOUR EVE I andidate For rogressives ^earsBigWar CHICAGO «PI — Vincent Hallim, Progressive Party candidate r President, said Saturday that the bi-partisan program of the epublicans and Democrats is ading America down the.road to a gger, a deadlier war." The California lawyer opened s campaign for the presidency ith a television network speech in hich he assserted mat thepro- p esssive Party is the only genuine irty of peace. In a speech devoted mainly to e Korean War and civil rights, allinan called for an immediate id to the fighting. He said the illing of American boys could be opped now by a telephone call om the White House to Korea. "Not only have the Republican id Democratic candidates given no answer to the demand for peace and no proposal for bringing mis futile, uselesss war to an end, but both speak calmly of continuing, lengthening and extending it," he said. Halllinan offered this two-point program for peace in Korea at once: "1. Agree to a cease fire in Korea today without any ifs, ands or buts, on the demarcation line already agreed upon. "2. Turn the problem of the. exchange of war prisoners over' to non-military representatives for negotiation—after the fighting has stopped." of millions of dollars that would] would make his position clear in aican in a presidential election since V^atchclog Comiuitte Wins Year-Oltl Fight WASHINGTON (ff) — A House watchdog subcommittee reported Saturday it has won a year-old fight to prevent the air force from establishing a separate multi-billion dollar "supply empire." The result, said Chairman Bonner (D-NC), will divert hundreds be spent for overhead to vitally needed planes and technical equipment. Bonner said top officials had assured his expenditures subcommittee the ah- force would abandon plans to set up its own worldwide supply system for clothing, office equipment and other items used commonly with other serv- vices. Instead, these items will continue to be handled by the General Services Administration and other military services, he said. Louisaiia Governor in Eisenhower Support Move BATON ROUGE, La. at— Gov. Robert Kennon, in an appparent move toward open suppport of Dwight Eisenhower, said Saturday the GOP presidential nominee will carry Louisiana in November. "My political . weathervane points to Eisenhower," declared the governor of this traditional Democratic state and said he statement later. IST^ *rfren Rutherford Hayes won Louisiana hasn't gone Repubii-a disputed contest. OPENING TOMORROW Southwest Corner 7th and Metropolitan N \\\i i n WHITER-BRIGHTER- WORK-FREE WASHES HERE'S WHY— You use famous Nesting- house Laundromat automatic washers that wash, triple- rinse and damp-dry clothes. Completely automatic. Your hands never touch water.. We have plenty of Hot Water —140 degrees HOT. Plenty of Soft Water—rain-water SOFT. Detergents prepared especially! o be used in Laundromats. -FREE DRYING OPENING WEEK- A set for \ o e \7 Model 21T4 — Standout performer, standout value, with big, new 21-inch tube. 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