The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 8
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 8

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1952
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 11,1952. ON OPERATIONAL EXERCISES, Navy's newest sub, USS Tang, slides through sea off New England. Navy Describes SleekNew Sub as The Best Fighter of Any in World PORTSMOUTH, N. H.—(NEA)—I vices, the Tang is 268 feet in The USS Tang is ; a sleek ultra-'length, shorter than any of her modern submarine that can dive I war-time predecessors and carries a crew of seven officers and 75 enlisted men. It was designed as a fast-attack deeper, remain suamerged "longer travel faster and fight better than any other underseas craft in the world. That's how the Navy proudly in the water, prepared to travel in any direction. One of the outstanding features of the new submarine is its compactness. There are men every- ing all over each other.Everybody has a gauge to watch, a lever to submarine. It has a streamlinedl puUj a va]ve to turn or an order s -,.«.,. .«•« « hul1 and reduced superstructure to give . confusion to the landlub- descnbes the latest addition to to enable it to dart more swift-her, but efficiency to the subma- America's formidable submarine jjy through the water than any fleet. other American sub ever built. Built at the Portsmouth Naval The Tang's primary purpose will Shipyard as the first of a new be offensive action against enemy class, the USS Tang is the name-'surface and underwater craft, sake of a submarine which blazed| a spectacular combat record dur-j ing Woii War H. The new Tang has greater maneuveral more endurance and can travel * faster underwater than on the surface. Diving in the Tang is like being in a room without windows.Un- someone told you the sub's The Tang's Snorkel " breath- were far below the surface. There is no trouble breathing. no pressure, only the sound of water flooding the ballast tanks ing device-developed by the Ger- gibbe rish over the mans during the last war a n d;. , ----li-. 0 later perfected by the U. S. en- ]oud - s Peakers. bles it to remain underwater for lengthy periods while recharging its batteries. Armed with an extensive vari- As an example of the vessel's ,. maneuverability, the Tang raced (ahead at full speed along the Comdr. Enders P.Huey, called for a quick reversal. Within one ety of super-secret electronic de- minute, the Tang was "dead" riner. The Tang ticks like a clock. Each piece of equipment, from the radial-type Diesel engines to the shiny coffee percolators, was designed especially for the Tang- class submarine which is roomier than any of the older-type subs, despite its smaller size. Ask any man aboard the Tang how he feels about his ship, and he'll tell you she's the best. But you don't have to ask the stocky- red-haired Huey—he leaps at every chance to tell you she's "real hot.' He doesn't mean the temperature (the Tang has the latest air- conditioning) but he means that his pride and joy has more power, more endurance, greater manev- erability and dives deeper than any other American submarine. ENJOY FRANKFURTER CASSEROLE Or, bake franks atop canned baked beans to which onions, cat-' sup, mustard or molasses have been added for extra flavor. Or combine franks in casserole with Spanish rice, cooked spaghetti or macaroni with sauce or with scalloped potatoes. Frank-on-a-bun suggestion — Plan on one frank each for a hearty luncheon or supper sandwich. Since quality franks are thoroughly cooked as purchased, the sandwich may be a cold one or the franks may be heated through, as you prefer. Split a bun, toast it and spread it with butter or margarine and mustard. Cover with a frank slit in half and top with a slice of nippy cheese.'Broil until the cheese is melted, brown and bubbly. The Frank Quail is a variation of this combination. Simply slit the franks not quite through and insert a stick of cheese. Wrap spiral fashion with bacon and fasten with a toothpick. Bake or broil until the bacon is crisp and the cheese 'melted. For an appetizer, cut franks in one-inch slices and spear with a toothpick for easy eating. Have a small bowl of barbeuce sauce. Each person dips the frank in thin barbeuce sauce and eats. , Thin Barbecue Sauce (1 pint) One - quarter pound butter or margarine, 1 cup vinegar, % 'cup water, % teaspoon dry mustard, 1 tablespoon minced onion, 1 teaspoon sugar, Vi. cup Worcestershire sauce, % cup tomato catsup, % BRITAIN'S BIGGEST—This is the Saunders-Roe Princess, Grea Britain's largest and heaviest flying boat, shown after its recen. i launching, at, Cowes on the Isle o£ Wight. The 140-ton craft car. carry 105 ''passengers in its 148-foot-long, double-decked, hull. I' ihas-sa wingspan of 219 feet and its 10 Bristol Proteus prop-je. • engines are designed for a speed of 380 miles per hour. cup chili sauce, l'/i- teaspoons lem-|ribs, franks, hamburgers, liver, on juice, 1 small clove garlic tied j chicken. in porous cloth bag, cayenne pepper (optional). Mix all ingredients together and, simmer 1 hour to blend. Remove garlic. Add cayenne pepper for a "hot" sauce. This sauce may be made and stored in the refrigerator and used cold with franks or hot with steaks, spareribs, short Layer sliced peaches and creamy tapioca pudding in sherbet glasses for a delicious and attrac-, tive dessert. U.S. HAS 400 'STRADS' | LOS ANGELES UB—There are 300 Stradivari violins in Los Angles County, according to the latest tabulation by musicologists. Of the 550 known Strads, 400 of them are in the United States. The heavy concentration in the Los Angeles area is the result of lucrative motion picture work which has drawn many top violinists. Most famous Strad ownere her is Jascha Heifetz, who owns th instrument once belonging to Fer dinand David, 19th century violii expert. Others include Sascha Ja cobson, ex-concertmaster, and Da vid Frisina, present concertinas! er of. the Los Angles Philharmon ic; Eudice Shapiro, RKO studic orchestra; Israel Baker, Los An geles Chamber Symphony, and Toscha Seidel, Paramount studio concertmaster. The maker of these instruments was Antonio Stradivari, best known of the Cremona, Italy, violin-mak ing family. A Stradivari violin today is worth from 520,000 to 575 000. For Athlete's Foot Use T-4-L for 3 to 5 (lays. If not pleased, your 40c back. Watch the old, tainted skin slough off to be replaced by healthy skin. Get instant- drying T-4-L from any druggist. Now at Mehl & Schott Drug Co. (Adv.) In 1793, the institution of slav ery in the United States seemed to be on the wane, but the inven tion of the cotton gin in that year changed the whole picture anc cotton growing, which used large numbers of slaves, was the means of extending slavery and increas ing the number of slaves. BEN'S Budget 4th and Elm Phone 443 5 Large, Fresh Country Eggs Plain or iodized DELICIOUS BUDGET CUTTERS are frankfurters and beans in a casserole and franks on toasted buns, both with barbecue sauce. BY GAYNOR MADDOX Let's face it. Beef is high, so are other meats. So try frankfurters in fancy dress, thereby easing up on the budget while you please the family. One - pound package contains eight to nine franks. Frank Bean Casserole (4 servings) Four franks, 2 cups baked beans, 1 teaspoon molasses, % teaspoo horseradish, 2 teaspoons melte ; butter, or margarine. Mix beans, molasses; and horse radish. Place in » greased casse role. Bake in a moderate o v e (350 degrees F.) about 30 minutes Brush franks with melted butte or margarine. Place over th beans. Cover and continue bakin about 10 minutes. FRESH — SWEET—HEALTHFUL GET SOME TODAY LEAVENWORTH FISH MARKET 704 S. Fifth St. Retail - Wholesale Phone 4325 All Fish Ready For The Pan! Fresh Channel Catfish, Perch, Pike, Lake Superior White, Red Salmon, Halibut, Smelts, Carp, Whiting, Slicing Catfish. Fresh Seal-Skipt Oysters: Standards, Selects and Counts. Smoked White Fish, Smoked Salmon, Finnan Haddie, Blind Robbins. Fresh Shrimp: Jumbo, Large and Medium Size; Lobster Tails, Frog Legs, Scallops. Spiced Fish: Cut Lunch, Roll Mops, Salt Mackerel, Salt Herring. Fillets of Cat, Perch, Haddock, Cod; Shrimp Spice, Cocktail Hot and Barbecue Sauces. R; A PRIZE It's Terrific.' 17 KEIVINATOR HOME FREEZERS^S^^^ 125 OTHER PRIZES * All Flavors JELL-0 3 Ptgs 25c Just Write Your Name Van Camps Pork & Beans 2T 25c Aunt Jcmina Pancake Flour ....£T16c LEE STRAINED HONEY ..........*£28c Lee Black-Raspberry JELLY Come in Today and Register - No Purchase Necessary $1.33 VALUE FOR BEANS 2 w>s- ZDC CANNED FOODS Lee Chicken-Noodle DINNER Lee, Green, Cut ASPARAGUS Lee Whole Segment GRAPEFRUIT 300 33r Can «Mt Sunshine JELLY BEANS S 19c Large, red, and sweet RED MALAGA GRAPES 2 Lb , 29c Have ham and yams tonight PUERTO RICAN SWEET POTATOES 2 L b, 27c Crisp and green PASCAL CELERY ^ 19c aiountain-Grown for high flavor, 3 Lbs. 25c COLORADO PEACHES , ^ $1.89 Fresh and crisp CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2S 31c For Canning—Idaho Italian Prune Plums—Buy STow! ON LUCKY LEE DOLLAR .SALE *wk«n punkaud together Wax Paper 125-Ft. Diamond Roll NutreneMS 5£(fc and SAVES MONEY, too! OVEN BEEF ROAST ,69c D ApAkl Sweet Rasher or CCf» DALl/n Oriole, Sliced Lb. «Wt RICE'S SAUSAGE 63c BAR-B-CMEATLOAF ; 69c PORK CHOPS LM ". Lb 79c Herrig Grocery 8th and Osage Sts. Phone 697 W. G. Schreiber Grocery 12th and Ottawa Phone 48 Woodson Grocery Phone No. 303 Lansing, Kas. Hathorn's Ideal Grocery Broadway and Ohio Phone 280 * Alig Grocery 951 Pennsylvania Phone 528 John Cross Grocery 700 So. 5th St. Phone 3516 Henry Last Food Market 813 Cherokee Phone 127 Leo's Food Market 1118 Spruce St. Phone 1556 Keady-to-Eat PICNIC HAMS L ,39c diVo In O Al*» Quarters £ Lbs. *f | V • • • • Crescent, Sliced BACON 39c Lb. • • • Campbell's Tomato Soup Cans Heinz or Gerber's BABY FOODS For • • Heinz Btl. • • • KETCHUP 23c ICE CREAM DESSERT ^-Gallon OsC ++!•+' get. this handy helper for SCHOOLWORKv HOMEWORK Precision built ol steel and ragged Tenlte. dreds of uses In school, home, office. Conn \* and let one today! Geo. H. Geiger & Co. 521 Delaware Street

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