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Two Alaska Waters Claim Another In 'Graveyard' JUNEAU, Alaska Iff)—The relent less waters of a Southeastern Alas ka "ships graveyard" claimed an other Canadian Pacific Lines ves sel Sunday—its flagship, the Prin cess Kathleen—but not a person of 425 aboard was lost. A mile and a half off course the 5,908-ton Kathleen crunched aground with her bow almost un derneath a cliff. Within four hours, with coasi guard-aided rescue efforts, the 307 passengers aboard were gotten ashore, many of the younger ones climbing down ladders to the beach. Near mid-day, when the rising tide began to fill the hull Capt. Graham 0. Hughes ordered ''abandon ship" and the 118 officers and crew were also pui ashore. The ship slipped from its rocky berth and sank, with its bow going high into the air, in 90 feet oi water. First Officer Charles W. Savage was on the bridge when the ship hit. Captain Hughes reported. The lookout sighted the reef and cliff looming up in the darkness and light rain but there was no time to change course. The first officer was unable to explain the ship's position, Captain Hughes said. He was near collapse after the ship was abandoned. The ship's plight was not believed serious at first and the passengers were served coffee. Winds kicked up six-foot waves and a drenching rain fell. About 160 of the younger passengers, many of them on a tour sponsored by the Catholic Young Men's Institute of San Francisco, climbed down ladders to the shore and hiked to the road. Three other Canadian Pacific Lines ships have been lost in the THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Monday Evening, September 8,1952, Episcopalians Hold Convention BOSTON ffl — Business sessions of the 57th triennial general convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States gotj MISS BARBARA TCRLEY, 205 Maple Ave., is the new instructor in physical education at Junior High School. She is from Kansas City, Mo., and was graduated this year from the Central State Teachers College at Warrensburg, Mo., with a degree of BS in education. eph Becker, Tom East, Adolph Reed, Don Abbott, Wesley Mort- solf and Elsa Rudolph. Knights To Install Officers Tonight New officers of Council No. 9000, Leavenworth Knights of Columbus, vill be installed at 8 p.m. today, "rand Knight A.P. Carnoali has announced. Wilfred B. Schuler, district de- Rabbits Like Dachshunds But Give Aid to Disease Study Two Thought Drowned DECREES FAMILY FISHIXG In Cedar Bluff Reservoir • BALTIMORE UJ-A 33-year-old man punched his wife when she HAYS (Si-Two men ar° believed ! stayed away from home to {ish .i i nn\ro riwiti*rtar1 nrl-ni« -i .vm*A« ! . i bits which can't hop, but instead underway Monday on a note by! wobble l' ke dachshund dogs, are the Rt. Rev. Henry Knox SherriU,p vin S new aid in the study of presiding bishop, that "in tliese, 061 '^" 1 human diseases and ab- to have drowned when a motor j ; ng _ boat capsized near the dam of By FRANK CAREY Biological Sciences on the campus,Cedar Bluff Reservoir late Sunday. A. P. Science Reporter . of Cornell University. . | Four other occupants of the boat, ITHACA, N. Y. (B—Freak rab- TV, O =» ™,,,,,i;=,. »,„„„?,« i™,.Jon a pleasure ride over the lake 30 days in jail, a sentence judge suspended. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES days no church can stand alone.' Nearly 14,000 church leaders and normalities. This was reported Monday at the laymen thronged Boston Garden* 6 °f?u" g A° £ a . three - da >' meet ' Sunday night to hear Bishop Sherrill deliver a sermon at the convention's opening service. ing of the American Institute of N CW "We cannot attempt to live in Oklahoma City .... 94 some ivory tower remote from ; Washington ........ 71 life," Bishop Sherrill said to the! representatives of some 2V-i million Escopalians. "War and rumors of war," he said, "international misunderstanding at home, shocking revelations of lowerec" moral standards in public and private life, massive attacks upon the Chris- :ian faith and practice, with . serious limitations upon freedom of vorship— these are the stern realties which do more than hamper the life of the church." He called on Episcopalians to 56 65 55 .16 These peculiar bunnies have j-iicov; ^c^.uu.io.1. iJUiiiJito IICL^CI .--been named "dachs-rabbits" be- 130 mlles from Ha y s ' were rescued, cause they have rather long bodies i Thei ?" names we . re n °t learned im- and short ledgs. "Instead of hopping like a nor- mediately. The two missing men were iden- jjioitcn_« v/j. iiu^sjJiJig j.ii\t; a. II\JL mal rabbit, these rabbits have a itlfled as Herbert Parsons, about shortness of the uppper limbs and 50 ' Ogallah, and Lloyd Kapina, a poor development of the hip and shoulder joints which result in a peculiar undulating (wavy) type of locomotion resembling that of the dachshund dog," the biologists were told by researchers .P. B. Sawin and D. D. Crary of the Jackson Memorial Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Me. The rabbits acquired their dachshund-like super-structures as a result of a "mutation" or change in certain heredity cells which normally make for run-of-the-meadow rabbits, the scientists said. Because of their abnormality, the rabbits have been added to a about 28, Kansas City. Dragging operating were under way in about 65 feet of water for the bodies of the missing men. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Texas Demos Face New Split In Convention AMARILLO tat — Texas Democrats were torn by new crosscurrents of dissension and threats menagerie of other animal "mu- of another party split as^ tants " being studied at the Bar they came to the eve of their | Harbor laboratory in the quest for state convention Monday. ioin "the wider fellowship of the, Gov. Allan Shivers' decision to I Christian Church/' saying: "in'urge the convention to pledge its hese days no church, no matter!electors to the national party's | new understanding of such human •abnormalities as epilepsy; loco- low strong she conceives herself :o be, can stand alone." puty, and his staff will direct the "* his Driver Was Particular About. Kind of Jail DALLAS, Tex. W—A 27-year-old __ ^ driver who stubbornly insisted he!announced"at"a~ipress''conference vas sober was pretty convincing that Atty. Gen. Price Daniel has nomineees for president and vice- president touched off loud protests from a conservative- faction who want the convention to repudiate Gov. Adlai Stevenson. While this group held a series of meetings Sunday night, Shivers immediate area and a fourth was salvaged. One of the North Pacific's worst marine disasters took the lives of 343 persons, every one aboard, when the Princess Sophia sank on Oct. 18, 1918, only eight miles away. installation. The following officers will be initalled: Carnoali, grand knight; Mike Kern, deputy grand knight; Francis O'Leary, chancellor; Louis Mil- ".er, financial secretary; Joseph Dauber, warden; Don Clauser, re- ording secretary; Walter Kane, treasurer; Val Gabrish, trusty; Mossadegh Rejects Settlement Plan TEHRAN, Iran (ffl—Premier Mohammed Mossadegh flatly rejected Sunday night the British-American offer to solve the Anglo-Iranian oil squabble, but hinted Iran might agree to a court settlement of the muddled isssue. Blasting the recent Truman- Churchlll proposal as the worst yet made in the dragged-out negotiations, Mossadegh told newsmen Jim Irvine, inside guard; Thomas Storm, outside guard; Colonel H. Boone, advocate; Egisto Mezerra, lecturer. The first meeting of the Joseph i Fourth. Degree will be Monday, Sept. 18. George Bohn, faithful navigator, has called the meeting. A large crowd attended the first Saturday night party of the season last week. Pete Heim and Joseph Lauber are in charge of the Saturday night gatherings. rejected an invitation to be the But his slightly unsteady feet convention's keynote speaker. made police look closer. Then he said: Shivers had no additional com"As long as I've got to go to ™ ent ° n , th l s ™ ident - but u start - ° to ori ena/lMlatlr\r\ fV»^t- ftt~ T^nmnn*.n*t~ jail, I'm glad it's right here in Waxahachie. ed speculation that the Democratic motor ataxia, a nerve condition marked by disorders, in gait; and deficiencies of the pituitary and thyroid glands. The strange mutation is expressed in abnormal 'development o£ cartilage in various part of the body—and some bunnies even have a deformed skull. LOWER COTTON ESTIIrfATE WASHINGTON (ff)—The Agriculture Department Monday esti-! mated this year's cotton crop at' 13,889,000 bales of 500 pounds gross .veight. This is a decrease of 846,000 nomineees for two of the state's bales from the department's fore- That Dallas jail is no good, and: tOp P ° sts ' g°^rnor and senator, Atlantic Hurricane No Longer a Menace WASHINGTON Iff)—The Atlantic hurricane, although still dangerous to shipping, ceased to be a menace to the U: S. Coast Monday. The weather bureau dropped its Dallas police aren't as nice as you Waxahachie cops, either." Waxahachie is 30 miles south of Dallas. have had a fal ,ng out. W3S fte &rst f to «**! * s * te ™ V ™ ** * md Weather Observations By The Associated Press U. S. weather observations for 24 hours ending at 6:30 a. m. Station Max Min Pre. way to make Dwight Eisenhower the state party's presiflential nominee, rather than Stevenson. Shivers announced Saturday he had concluded mere was no legal way lo do this, and would recommend cast of 14,735,000 bales a month ago. It compares with a government production goal of 16,000,000 bales and with forecasts of lotal needs of between 13,300,000 and 14,600,000 bales. son as the presidential nominee. Chicago Denver .... Edmonton Ft. Worth Havre, Mont. Kansas City Los Angeles 67 53 93 56 61 95 77 86 82 Miami 90 Minneapolis 69 New Orleans 87 41 69 41 68 62 79 60 71 —; At a news conference, Shivers — .said he has not finally shut the —|door on the posssibility he might — :give his personal vote to Eisen— hower. In some areas of South America the praying mantis grows so large that it attacks and eats small frogs, j lizards and birds. The judge discovered that both husband and wife like to fish. Now every time hubby goes fishing for the next IS months he must take wifey along. If he doesn't he'll have to serve AMUSEMENTS The earth looks happy tonight. They must be eating at THE COFFEE SHOP . . . and speaking of nighttime . . . have you tried our evening meals? We have a new chef w h o prepares delicious foods. Why not bring the wife and family in this evening? •Steaks "Chops •Short Orders Prepared the way you like it! THE COFFEE SHOP In The Swann Hotel On The Fourth St. Side. AMUSEMENTS '!GOtD-|S WHERE YOU FIND IT"-A Market Analysis will show you the way Writ* ... GEORGE §. MAY COMPANY DutvntA*. CrttvntttUia Ctnlral Div itiftn Ingimtrfng lldj chtcogi 6, III. Eitobliihtd MIS Agents for SAMSONITE LUGGAGE • Leavenworth Sporting Goods Co. 316 Delaware Attention Delegates to CENTRAL TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING At 8 P.M. At Labor Temple TUESDAY NIGHT COMPLETE LINE SCHOOL SUPPLIES- TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT SMITH CORONA PORTABLE . TYPEWRITERS 64.50 up - plus tax Geo. H. Geiger & Co. 521 Delaware Street Learn to Square Dance! Forget yourself and have fun! Learn to square dance—learn from a professional caller and teacher. Course for Beginners Only Starts Thurs., Sept. 11 Cost is nominal Call 3812-W for further details. Sponsored by the Wagon Wheel Club, Jim Galvln, caller. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS —I Bali, where Hindu gods still, .03 reign, is a place 'of temples and, — spectacular rice terraces, glitte,r-| — 'ing dances and ancient music. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS "the solution proposed in this mes-jperiodic advisory bulletins Sunday sage is not only altogether inequitable, but more severe and impracticable than earlier proposals." Mossadegh's statement was an expansion of his off-the-cuff rejection Aug. 30, when the joint offer was made. He has called a special parliamentary session Wednesday to frame a formal reply to Britain and the U. S. Observers believe Parliament will echo the mier's. stand. pre- However, some quarters pinned hope negoitations might continue on Mossadegh's reference to a court settlement. The premier said it was possible Iran and the Anglo- Iranian Co. could agree to submit the compensation issue to a mutually agreed upon court. MRS. MAT WUfCHELL— Funeral service for Mrs. May Winchell, 115 Sheridan, who died Thursday morning, was at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Frank Tatum, pastor of the Assembly of God Church officiated and burial was in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The Pall Beraers were Jos- night when the hurricane reached a position about 200 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland. At that time, the storm was moving between northeast and east northeast at about 35 miles an hour. Mrs. Margaret C. McNally Dies Today in Kansas City Mrs. Margaret C. McNally, a member of the Hannon family which once lived in Leavenworth, died today in a Kansas City nurs- ng home. She was 85 years old. Mrs. McNally was born and reared in Leavenworth. She was one of nine children. The family home! was at Fifth and Cheyenne. A brother, Harry Hannon Sr., once operated plumbing Shawnee. She was one of the first graduates of Saint Mary's Academy, Xavier. She left Leavenworth in 1918. The funeral will be tomorrow at 9 a.m. at St. Vincent's Church in Kansas City. Burial will be in the family lot at Mount Calvary Cemetery in Leavenworth. a horseshoeing shop at Seventh - Admission Adults 500 Children Under 12 Free 2 Mi. N.W. on No. 73 Highway Fone 3224-F-3 Last Times Tonite (Mon.) And If s Buck Nite! "Star Lift" with Doris Day P L U S "As You Were" CARMVVL By Dick Turnet "Just think! Som» day those tiny hands will be large enough to grip a lawn mower!" TONITE! Two Oreat 1st Run Hits! 1KB NEWEST GREATEST Edmond O'BRIEN Sterlins HAYDEN 1 Cnroll NAISH . Inn IUIOI TUES. AND WED.! Two Big Thrill Hits! THE SMARTEST MOUTHPIECE OF THEM All! PAT O'BRIEN JANE WATT (rimina! [aH.ver Extra! Hit Cartoon! Latest World News! Sportlite! And BOTH Tues. and Wed. Are BUCK NITES! All your car will hold for .... WHICKLES/Wr/lCKLESJ CANT TURN A- ROUNID IN THIS PLACE wttjour FINDING A WHICKLE - FASHION FAD- THE CHEESE HOMBURS •L ^»Wfc R WHICKLE _, V/APKlOfS E ARE - HKTOR. 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