The Manhattan Mercury from Manhattan, Kansas on December 7, 1947 · 3
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The Manhattan Mercury from Manhattan, Kansas · 3

Manhattan, Kansas
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Sunday, December 7, 1947
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ItOVSQ 0. 0. P. (Continued from page i) Putnam. The voting of other counties included: .Crawford, 5 for Linley; Reno, 6 for Llnlcy; Montgomery, seven for Putnam; Leavenworth five for Linley, Riley five for Putnam. , Other officers elected were A. L. Becker, Kansas City, national committeeman; Mrs. Bob Groom, Lawrence, national committee- woman; Price Woodward, Jr., Wichita, Pat Harvey, Topeka, Keith Sebelius, secretary; Pete Parabi. Pittsburg, re-elected treasurer. The young GOP organization voted to rewrite its constitution within the next 12 months after having repealed the "gag-rule" section which would bar the club from adopting a stand on any issue other than that taken by the Republican party council. The club, in an unexpected action, overrode the resolutions cdmmittce decision and adopted a minority report calling for an old age pension plan In the state. Edward Powers of Kansas City spoke for the measure, which would provide old age pension systems .with the funds to come from sales tax receipts. Other resolutions passed by the club called for: returning "full and complete" control of the wefare program to the state. Endorsement of a bi-partisan foreign policy. A drivers' license law for testing of all applicants. A retirement plan for state, county and city employes. Re-enactment of a rural school reorganization program, "embodying the general provisions and intent of the 1946 and 1947 legislative acta. Expansion and Improvement of state mental institutions. A state fair employment practices commission. Appointment uy the governor of a bi-partisan commission to make a study looking forward to adoption of a state" tax code. Tributes to Qov. Prank Carlson and the late Quentln Brown of Oreensburg, former state Republican chairman. Gov. George T. Mlckelson of Independence and the American South Dakota, In addressing the banquet session of the club, tonight said he had heard much of the term "liberal," ' He declared "We should be liberal; we should be broad-minded, willing to accept and adopt new political policies In this momentous period of reconstruction and rehabilitation. But we must dray an inflexible deadline. Frankly I belive the safest deadllng at which me may safely stop without losing any of the blessings and privileges and liberties bequeathed us is the deadline set by the Declaration of. Constitution "Stand at Crossroads" The Republican party has always stood for sane and conservative governmental policies and the preservation of peerless institutions bequeathed us by the founding fathers. We have not yet, however, won the election of 1948. "We still stand at the cross roads between a free America and a planned economy." WANTED . . . Good Used Cars Top cash price paid for cjean cars. STANFORD - NASH MOTORS, INC. 5th and Houston Phone 4021 ti 1 1 nl)M , yourloveUest N0"' .ever . permoeCtto0U through ,o(bir I ,nd bait , co,er curls..! ......roassed- Sandy's Beauty Shop Phone 3214 618 N. 12th W RIGHT'S 303 Poyntz For Records Check The Records You Want RAVEL'S BOLERO. Boston Pops orchestra. DM 552 $3.15 PIANO REVERIES. "Tea for Two." "Indian Love Call," and others played by Joe Retchman. P 64 $3.57 HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY No. 2 (Liszt). 1st Piano Quartet. 46-6011 $1.05 TCHAIKOWSKY'S FIFTH SYMPHONY. Koussevitsky and Boston Symphony. DM 1057 $7.35 A TREASURY OF GRAND OPERA. The most famous operatic arias done by stars of the Mfitronolitan Opera Company. M 1074 $5.25 HAROLD IN ITALY (Berlioz), William Primrose, viola, with Boston SymDhony. DM" 989 $6.30 EDDY ARNOLD'S HITS FROM THE HILLS. "Seven Beers with t.hp Wrone Woman," "The Prisnnpr's SonB." etc. P 195 $157 PLAY GYPSIES, DANCE . OYPSIES. SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD. Igor Gorin 10-179$ .79 ALEC TEMPLETON'S MUSCIAL PORTRAITS. Musical caricatures by this famous pianist and wit. P 19 $2.94 BEETHOVEN'SSEVENTHSYM-PHONY. Toscanlni and New York Phil. DM 31718.30 PRELUDE IN C-SHARP MIN. rtR. (Rachmaninoff) SPINNING SONG. Sergei Rachmaninoff. 1328-$.ji ROSSINI OVERTURES. "The Barber of Seville" and other melodious overtures done as only Toscanlni can do them. In shellac or unbreakable plas tic. DM 1037 $5.25 or DV 2 $9.45. MELODY OF LOVE NONE BUT THE LONELY . HEART. Franklin McCormack, poetry recitation with Wayne King's Orchestra, am .oo And Two New Aioums lor uie Children In unbreakable PLASTIC "' . WWV THE CHIMES RING. The famous Christmas story told by Ted Malone witn. vies Tithprk at. the organ. Y357-$2.37 thb PIED PIPER OF HAME LIN. Alec Templeton with tjiisb ruse's Orchestra. In BRILLIANT VOICE IT and in oliday Mood JUSSI BJOERLING The Swedish Nightingale Will Be BJOERLING AT HIS HIGHEST HIGH When He Sings in the Manhattan Area on THURSDAY, DEC. 11, AT 8:15 He Is Presented at the College Auditorium by THE MANHATTAN ARTIST SERIES Admission: $3.60 and $2.75 tax incl. Special Student Seats: $1.50 tax incl. Tickets on sale at Brown's Music Store and Auditorium Box Office MERCURY-CHRONICLE MANHATTAN. KANSAS Sunday, December 7, 1947 3 Attention Farmer We have a car of cottonseed screenings on track Monday and Tuesday Dec. 8th. & 9th. Brown-Burton Grain Co. Manhattan, Kansas Children 14d SHOWS CONTINUOUS DAILY Adults TODAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY - ends WEDNESDAY WSJL . .. 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