Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 10,1952. Differences In Candidates Showing up By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON W— Cut through the campaign oratory and exaggeration and the views of Gen. Eisenhower and Gov. Stevenson come down to mis: Both go along with the basic foreign policy of the Truman administration. Which means: stopping Communism from further aggression by building our armed force; hold- Ing, helping and arming Allies because they need us and we need them; giving aid to other countries to keep them out of Communism. The real difference between them, although it may some times get swept around a bend by the flood of words, is this: (A) How •well has our foreign policy been carried out and (B) Who could handle it better, Eisenhower or Stevenson? Stevenson, of course, isn't emphasizing mistakes of the Truman administration. Eisenhower, cri course, is doing just mat He's hammering hard on the shortcomings. Eisenhower has been less careful than Stevenson in laying down his foreign policy views. Stevenson, in fact, didn't devote a full speech to them until Wesdnesday night in San Francisco, shortly after Eisenhower spoke in Indiana. For Instance, Eisenhower said we should ten Russia we'll "never rest" until the satellite countries are free. This might Bridge Results The winners of seven-table Mitchell bridge played last night atj the Leavemvorth Country Club were: (North-South) 1. Earl Kilarney, Mrs. Chet Moorehead ". ..'• 73 2. Mrs. Dewey Collins, Mrs. J. J. Thompson -. 71 3. Helen Collins, Mrs. Mark Hanna Sr. 68 4. Mrs. W. I. Hinkle, Maj. John Davenport 66 (East-West) L Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wenstrand 69 2. Mrs. J. T. Anderson, John L. Lewis Has New Idea On Overtime WASHINGTON Iff) — John 1 Lewis seems to be trying to vide the coal industry with a share- the-work plan calling for heavy penalty wages after a third day'; work in any one week. The idea, casually mentioned by the United Mine Workers president in preliminary contract talks with coal operators, has the owners buzzing. Barbs nJECAXj RU11LE9 UGAXi KOXICES .f- tEGAL NOTICES -f. LEGAL NOTICB di- Elizabeth Reardon 68 The facts are that Lewis 1 3. Mrs. Ladd Hull, Mrs. O. L. Hull 67 4. Blanche Galvin, Mrs. Eugene Kelly 64 have sounded encouraging to minority groups who are in this country, have relatives behind the Iron Curtain, and didn't pause to ask: going to get going to war? It was A Just how them free are we without statement which alarmed our Allies. And Truman and Stevenson both took Eisenhower to task for this kind of campaigning. He explained later he means doing everything peacefully. Ther» is a distinct literary difference between the two men, as they get deeper into the campaign, whether they speak on foreign policy or something else. Stevenson's speeches have wit, satire and a careful literary polish. Mor» and more Eisenhower's speeches lean more toward the familiar political style of emotion and name-calling. For instance, in Wednesday! night's speech attacking the Truman administration he said: Oklahoma City Washington 91 73 70 54 South Koreans Recapture Hill SEOUL, Korea iff)— Battle-hardened South Korean infantrymen recaptured Capitol Hill in a wild night bayonet charge and then threw back counterattacking Chinese at daybreak Wednesday. A U. S. Eighth Army staff officer said "the ROKs are on that hill to stay." In five days of vicious close-in fighting for the central front hill, troops of the crack Capitol Division have killed or wounded at least 2,300 Chinese, the Eighth Army estimated. That is nearly !he equivalent of a Red regiment Fighting for the hill has produced the heaviest Communist ar- illery barrages of the war. Gen. James A. Van Fleet, Eighth Army commander, said at he front the shelling amazed him and "indicates they (Reds) have enough suppplies and ammunition at the front" .The U. S. Fifth Air Force said ighter - bomber pilots Tuesday night knocked out 100 Communist supply trucks, the. highest score since early June. Fifth Air Force' pilots helped soften Chinese defenses before the Koreans began their victorious fight up the slopes of Capitol Hill. miners are working about 3% days a week on the average. Some of them mostly in the North, work a full five days, and even a sixth day al overtime. But many miners, mostly in the South, work only two or three days a week. Lewis has been harping on the idea of a work apportionment plan for some time. Lewis reportedly has come up with a new share-the-work idea. This, according to the reports calls for a penalty time-and-hall pay rate for any work done on a fourth working day in a week, and double pay on any fifth day. The initial reaction of the operators is that the Northern owners particularly the steel companies C-, .:ing the "captive" mines, don't like it The penalty pay might force the steel firms to quit mining coal on fourth and fifth work week days and go out and buy coal oh the commercial market That probably would mean more business for the Southern mines. So the Dixie owners are taking a longer look at the idea. Question Is, Who Said the 'Damn?' Check Passer on '10 Most Wanted' WASHINGTON Iff) — The FBI today put Theodore Richard Byrd Jr., wanted for passing fraud"No American can stand to one ulent checks throughout the Mid- side while his country becomes the prey of fearmongers, quack doctors and bare-faced looters. He doesn't twiddle his thumbs while his garden is wrecked by a crowd robbers. He vaded by a gang of goes into action." Which man has the better technique—-for getting votes—won't be known, at course, until me November elections. Neither candidate has yet called the other a name. But they're now far along in doing the next best thing to it: They're taking cracks at each other. Weather Observation* By Hie Associated Press U. S. weather observations 24 hours ending at 6:30 a. m. for Station Max Min Pre. Chicago 90 Denver 91 Edmonton M Ft Worth 95 Havre, Mont 78 Kansas city Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis New Orleans 92 M 92 M 84 New York 73 64 53 M 74 55 70 M 66 M 72 59 M .04 M M west and Southwest, on its list of 10 most wanted fugitives. The FBI said Byrd, 26, with a criminal record dating back to 1944, has obtained more than ?40,00( of ^vandals and_ his^ house is in-ftrough large-scale check passing. Byrd frequently poses as an oil operator, lawyer, doctor, or printing concern operator, the FBI said. Byrd 'is described as suspected of being a narcotic addict He is a tall, slender, glib-talking person who is wanted in Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizona. The FBI gave this description of playback: INDIANAPOLIS Iff) — Somebody used a cuss word during the radio broadcast of Dwight D. Eisenhower's political speech in Indianapolis Tuesday night. Many listener^; thought it was the general. The audience in me Butler field house, including the press row, didn't hear the cuss word, but many in the nationwide radio audience did. Eisenhower told newsmen Wednesday morning about the word—"Damn:" "I don't recall it. Did I say that? If I did, it was purely inadvertent." A half dozen reporters and two radio technicians later played back a tape receding of the speech in an Indianapolis radio station. They agreed unanimously it was Eisenhower's voice saying: "Damn it." However, Eugene C. Pulliam, publisher of the Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis News and an active Eisenhower supporter, disagreed. Pulliam, who was sitting close to Eisenhower, said a radio technician spoke the words. It happened as a burst of applause from the audience interrupted the speech of the Republican presidential nominee. Eisenhower was speaking with the aid of a teleprompter. The aside, as the news men heard it on the tape Byrd, a native of Oklahoma City: six feet tall, weighs 170 pounds; dark brown wavy hair; blue eyes; medium complexion. Byrd has been charged with such crimes of violence as attempted rape and aggravated assault and battery, the FBI said. "At this stage of his criminal career, Byrd is reportedly armed and should be considered dangerous," the announcement added. pointment' to his admirers. The praying mantis was. b e- lieved by ancient Greeks to have supernatural powers. 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Burden 48 Greek portico 50 Beloved 51 Smile broadly 52 Verb suffix 55 Worm wr . « var.) nation i red t rfwt 1* ! votes eal frMT XL i U 6 e 3£ 3t •••• * u> si z. 47 3 t W B 1 it m 57 U> i 13 W u - Si m * b ' » m m 40 7 m # 37 ^ B m 35 W , 20 <W m w H • 9 if n 11 50 10 •« y~ n 31 I ST. "Go ahead! Go ahead! Go ahead! Yah, damn it I want him to move up." Rooney Says Am Takes Self Too Seriously MANHATTAN (ffl — Charles Rooney, Democratic candidate for governor, said Tuesday night he regrets that 'Gov. Arn "has not seen fit to engage me in debate." "I fear the governor is taking himself too seriously," Rooney BY HAL COCHRAN A music publisher says some of the jazz tunes will never die. Then why do orchestras continue to try to murder them? Every pig you run over on the highway is a pure-bred blue-ribbo- ner and worth several hundred dollars. No wonder pork is high! Lots of women who object to the price of meat hand the butcher a lot of beef. Married men are more inventive than single men, a college professor says. By necessity, no doubt. Because of one-arm driving many a man's love for a girl is shattered by a concrete bridge. ' therein, be entered in petition. Colonel H. Boone. Attorney for Petitioner*. Axa Building, Jeavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: Senneth Harmon, Judge of the Probate Court. said. "He likewise appears rather mistaken when he states he doesn't intend to draw crowds . for the Democrats. Perhaps he should travel with me. Then he would see a lot of Republicans whom he couldn't see otherwise." LEGAL NOTICES In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate ot Frank B. Henderson, also known as F. B. Henderson, Deceased. No. 3542 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, that on the 2nd day of September. 1952, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Frank B. Henderson, Deceased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordinly. All demands not exhibited within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice shall be forever barred. Dated at Leavenworth, Kansas, September 3, 1952. Lee Bond, Administrator of the estate of Frank B. Henderson, Deceased. James N. Snyder, Attorney for Administrator. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Probate Judge. (First insertion Sept. 3, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) In the probate court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of William Ketter, Jr. deceased. No 3560 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: H You are hereby notified that a peti- ion has been filed in said court by Josephine'Ketter as the heir and owner of the herein described real estate, fraying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in Block numbered seven (7) Neely's Forest Addition to Leavenworth City, according to the map or plat thereof on record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said County of Leavenworth, and all other property, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by :he said William Ketter, Jr. at the Jme of his death, and you are here)y required to file your written de- Lenses thereto on or. before the 26th day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day. in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth County Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Josphine Ketter • Petitioner -olonel H. Boone Tom Boone Attorney for Petitioner Axa Building, • Leavenworth, Kansai Attest: •Cenneth Harmon Judge of the Probate Court (First insertion Sept. 3, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) In the Probate Court of Leavenworth lounty. Kansas. In the matter of the estate of.Naomi Ruth Jackson, deceased. In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of John Kruppa, deceased. No. 3551 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Irene Simmons as the heir and owner of the herein described real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, to-wit: Lot Nine (9) in Block Thirty-three (33) according to the recorded plat in the office of the Register of Deeds: and all other property, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by Jie said John Kruppa at the time of lis death, quired, to and you are hereby re- file your written defenses :hereto on or before the 22nd day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day. in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will ae entered in petition. due course upon said ' Irene ' Simmons, Petitioner. Colonel H. Boone, Tom Boone, Attorneys for Petitioner, Axa Building, Leavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Judge of the Probate Court. (First insertion Aug. 27, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) In the Probate Court nf T^-eavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Lorin G. Mullinix, deceased. No. 3555 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Paul Roberts and Phyrne Roberts, hi wife, as the owners of the herein de scribed real estate, praying for th determination of the descent of the fol owing described real estate, in Leav enworth County, Kansas, to-wit: The undivided one-half interest of the North Fifty (N. 50) feet of lots numbered Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13) in Block numbered Six (6), Clark & Hees' Addition to the City of Leavenworth; and all other property, real and per sonal, or interest therein, owned b; the said Lorin G. Mullinix at the time of his death, and you are hereby re quired to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day o September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M of said day. in said court, in the Citj of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth Coun y. Kansas, at which time and place aid cause will be heard. Should you due course upon said Paul Roberts, Phyrne Roberts, Petitioners. JSS and without the intervention or con- (First insertion Aug. 27 (The Leavenworth Times 3t) 1952) trol of a guardian or trustee, any goods, chattels, rights, interests in lands, tenements and effects by such minors lawfully acquired or inherited, and to have full power to hold, convey and dispose of the same, and to make contracts and be subject to all the liabilities incident thereto, to sue and to be sued, and in all respects to exercise and enjoy all rights of property and of contracts in the same manner and to the same extent as persons of the age of majority. And you are further notified 'that said petition will be called up f o r hearing and heard by the Judge of the District Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas, on Monday the 6th day of October AX). 1952 at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, or as soon thereafter as the same may be called up for hearing and heard. Joan Carnp, A minor. Minna Camp. A minor. By Beulah Camp, Their mother and next friend. Malcolm McNaughton. Attorney for Petitioners. (First insertion Sept. 3. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) In the District Court of Leavenworth County, State of Kansas. Geraldine C. Floyd, Plaintiff, vs. : : Jack Floyd; Defendant. PUBLICATION NOTICE To Jack Floyd, Defendant: You, Jack Floyd, the above named defendant, are hereby notified that a petition, has been filed against you by Geraldine C. Floyd, in the above en jtled court and cause, and. that yoi lave been sued by the plaintiff here n; that you must answer the petitioi iled by her in said court and caus >n or before the 24th day of October 952, or said petition will be taken a rue, and judgment granting the plain iff a Decree of Divorce from you, or State of Kansas, Leavenworth County, ss: In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Dean G. Erhart, deceased. No. 3330 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL 1 PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said Court by Mary A. Erhart, Administratrix, of the estate of Dean G. Erhart, deceased, praying for a final settlement of said estate, approval of her accounts as 1 Administratrix, also that the court determine the heirs of said decedent and assign to them the real estate and personal property remaining in said estate, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 6th day of October A.D. 1952, at Ten (10) o'clock A.M. of said day in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in d upon said petition. due course Mary A. Erhart, Administratrix. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR The State of Kansas to all persons loncerned: Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all ithers concerned, that on the 9th day if September, 1952, the undersigned ivas by the Probate Court of Leaven- vorth County, Kansas,' duly appointed nd qualified as administrator of the state of Naomi Ruth Jackson, deceased. " All parties interested in said estate rill take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All demands not exhibited vithin nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice shall "je forever barred. Dated at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 'th day of September, 1952. Ernest P. Jackson, Administrator of the estate of Naomi Ruth Jackson, Deceased, /ames N. Snyder. Attorney for Administrator, First National Bank Bldg., Leavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: ' Kenneth Harmon, Probate Judge. (First insertion Sept. 10, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) Jesse A. Hall, «*•> Attorney for the Administratrix, Axa Building, Leavenworth. Kansas. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Probate Judge. (First insertion Sept. 10. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) the grounds of Gross Neglect of Dutjr and Abandonment for one. year or more, will be rendered against you. Geraldine C. Floyd, • ••• ' ., Plaintift Homer' Davis, . Attorney for Plaintiff. (First insertion Sept. 10. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) PUBLIC SALE Friday, Sept. 12 1:30 ?. M. at 214 South 3rd St. The Little Baltimore Restaurant As we are quitting the restaurant business, we will .sell at public auction all of our restaurant equipment, as follows: General Electric ice box, 1,000 Ibs. capacity; steam table; 1,000 Ibs. capacity deep freeze; large restaurant stove; stools; cash register; show, cases; all kinds of aluminum ware; and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms - Cash Ralph Heidrich, Auctioneer Shawnee Auction Co., Clerk "White Orchid" COMMUNITY'S New Pattern .in Silverplate 55-Pc. Set $77.50 Salt and Peppers and Odd Pieces to Match! POGGEMEYER'S 2<H So. 5th St. we have the new pen sensation SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES In the District Court of Leavenworth County. Kansas. In re: Joan Camp, a minor and Minna Camp, a minor, by Beulah Camp, their mother and next friend, ir rights of majority. No. 33962 PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons concerned: You and each of you are hereby notified that Joan Camp, a minor and linna Camp, a minor, by Beulah Camp, their mother and next friend, have filed their petition in the District Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas, o have tha rights of majority con- erred on said minors concerning con- racts and real and personal property, and to authorize and empower said minors to purchase, hold, possess and control in their own person and right. FURNACE CLEANING Reasonable prices Goodyear Roofing & Heating 416 Cherokee Phone 165 or 4765 Parker "21", §5.75 Sets, $10.00 The famous Parker "51 $13.50 An extract- dinary p«« value by tb» creators of th« famous Parker "5V. The New, "21" writes and ' looks like pens a* twice the pric«.j Uses fast-dryingi , Superchromeorany: ink. Marvelous *•> metal Octaniuaf 7. point, 4 colon; of point style*. UMMW~ jHMW JRMlf WHITAKER'S 322 Del. Ph. •VAXBMENV OF PUBLICATION Waterworks Department ASSETS Cash Register Change....f Operating Account Sinking Fund Emergency Sinking Fund Additions & Betterments Accounts' Receivable, net.. Accounts Receivable, Delaware Accounts Receivable, Delaware Ext 1 Unbilled Revenue Inventories Prepaid Insurance Prepaid Expense Physical Properties, net... Cash Delaware Township Bd. & Int. Cash Delaware Township Bond & Int Ext No. 1.. Extension under construction Condensed Balance Sheet, August 31, UABILITIES 1992 400.00 63 714.00Accounit Payable ? 30 985.39Accrued Bond Interest.... Accrued Interest Meter 65000.00 Deposit 10 392.91 Accrued Audit Expense... Accrued Social Security.. 2 735.26Consumer Meter Deposit.. Consumer' Guarantee 339.31 Deposit 8 721.15 Reserve Kansas Sales Tax 19 260.55 Reserve Liability & 1 055.47 Compensation. Insurance 5 456.99 643.74 1 744.55 870.00 108.23 4 857.08 5 800.10 193.99 147.95 208.34Bonded Debt 130000.00 899 935.27 Accrued Revenue " Delaware Township 922.54 12 887.22 Accrued Revenue Delaware Township Ext. No. 1 123.15 4 875.57 Accrued Revenue Waterworks Dept 1 812.72 14 419.38 Accrued Revenue Waterworks Dept. Ext. No. 1 216.16 Reserve Delaware Township Bond & Int 12887.22 Reserve Delaware Township Bond & Int. Ext No. 1 4 875'.57 Consumer Meter Deposit, Delaware 2 452.86 Surplus j,... 961 816.97 $1 134 929.82 INCOME STATEMENT August 1952 Income Pumping Cost ..S 3052.29 Purification Expense ... 729.30 Water Softening Expensa 503.86 General Plant Expense.. 68.53 Gross Operating Profit Distribution Expense . .f 2 303 48 Administration Expense. 2 386.45 Net Operating Profit ~ before depreciation Depreciation Non-Operating Charger Non-Operating Income August 1952 net earning* before sinking fund requirements 134 929.82 19 154.95 4 353.9 14 800.97 4 689.93 10 111.04 2 341.89 7 769.15 345.98 7 423.17 ..64 7 422.53 The above statement i* true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. (Published Cept. 10, W. H. READ, Manager of Collections & Accounts M6S— Th« LMVCOworth. Times, It} Fill Dirt For Sole i • Phone 823 or 779 Get Our Prices Before U Buy! Zephyr Awnings Residential and commercial. Redwood or aluminum. WlCrA Combination Storm TTlM.0 windows and Doors. Kitchen Cabinets Made to order. Ornamental Iron Porch and stair rails. "Estimates Without Obligation" GILLESPIE SALES & SERVICE 1812 Cherokee Leavenworth Ph. 1280 Made Any Promises To Yourself Lately? About Building A HOME Someday... or About Buying A HOME soon... or maybe you've just been promising your old home some new repairs or a remodeling job. At any rate, without a doubt, you've pushed each and every promise aside because of the need of financial aid. Bet you've never thought that we might help. Think it over now, and come in and see us. We're friendly people, and we'll be glad to assist you. Real Estate Loans Insured Savings Accounts Citizens' Mutual Building and Loan Association G. W. Hoins, ; Pres. 312 South Fifth St. C. W. Timmons, Sec'y- I WISH YOU'D KEEP YOUR DUMB DO& .OUT OF MY YARD!
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