Atchison Daily Globe, April 22, 1966, Page 3

Atchison Daily Globe

April 22, 1966

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 22, 1966, Atchison, Kansas 2 ATCHISOH GLOBE Friday, April 22, 1966 A number of members of tlio 1936 class of (he Atchtsnn tllfjli school mot this week in Die com- munity room of the Kansas Pow- er and Light Co. building to make further plans for the class re- union to be held July 15 and Ifi at tlx? Knights of Columbus halt. Mrs. Karl Tbixton, chairman, presided. Mrs. Fred Johnson, secretary, reported on corre- spondence from onl of (own alumni. Charles Paris, who re- cently returned from a trip to California, reported on contacts with alumni there. Following (ho meeting a social hour was held. Grand Sportsman's Spot, Omaha Fri. Mini Sun. Official Publication NOT1CF OF SUIT Till: ST.-VIT OF KANSAS TO: Robert S. Kelley; Mary 1.. Kcl- ley; Ueiviammo V. Strinfifellow; Catherine A. StriiiRfpllow; Hen- ry T. Adams; Franklin G. Adams i A.C. Swift, individ- ually and d Adams Swift Co.; Samuel C. Pomeroy; Charles llolberl; William If. William H. F.ugenc H. Allen; Alexander Street; Henry J. Adams; Har- riet K. Adams; Joseph II. Tal- botl and John V. Jillich, indi- vidually and Talbott Co.; Maria L. Talbott; Martha Jillich; Atchison Savings Hiuik; John Price; Benjamin Jack- son; Fannie Whitley; Arthur F. Vv'hitle.v; Gladys Whitley; Pe- tronia Whitley; Frank A. Whit- ley; liobcrt Whitley; James T. Jackson; Uie nnldiown licirs, exeuctors, administrators, de- visees, trustees, creditors, and assigns of such of the defen- dants herein named or desig- nated as may be deceased; tlie unknown spouses of the defen- dants herein named or desig- nated; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the de- fendants herein namedor desig- nated as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unknown executors, administra- tors, devisees, trustees, credi- tors, successors, and assigns of such of tlie defendants herein named or designated as are or were partners or in partner- ship; the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the de- fendants herein namedor desig- nated as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability; and all oilier persons who are or may be concerned; and all persons who arc or may be con- cerned in tlie Matter of the Es- tate of Carl Claton, deceased: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Atchison County, Kansas, by Florine L. Claton and Florine L. Claton, Conservator of tlie estates of Cm-! Claton, Jestine Claton, Dennis Claton, Jeannine Cla- ton, Tcrrance Claton, Arthur Claton, Thomas Claton and Brenda Claton, minors, against the defendants above named and designated praying that they be adjudged the owners of the fol- lowing described real property in Atchison County, Kansas to- wit: Lot Five (5) in Block Eigh- teen (18) in North Atchison, an addition to tlie City of Atchison. and that their title thereto be quieted against you and each of you and all persons claiming by, through, or under you, and that you and all persons claim- ing by, through, or under you be forever barred and excluded from any right, title, interest or estate in or lien upon.or claim against the above de- scribed real property, and de- termining the descent of said real property from Carl Cla- ton, deceased; andyou are here- by required to plead to said petition on or before the 27th day of May, I960, insaidCourt, at Atchison, Kansas. Shouldyou fail therein judgment and de- cree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Florine I.. Claton and Florine I.. Clalon, Conservator of the estates of Carl Claton, Jestine Claton, Dennis Claton, Terrance Claton, Ar- thur Claton, Thomas Claton and Brenda Claton, Minors, Plain- tiffs O'Keefc, Hall, McKelvy i O'Keefe Attorneys for Plaintiffs April 15, 22, 29, 196C. Dirksen Concede Loss On Districting WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Kverell M. Dirksen refuses to concede flglil Is over despite n second defeat of Ills proposed, constitutional nnieiulnicnt on legislative vcapporllonmenl, "Wall and (lie Senate Republican leader advised newsmen wlio wanted to know whether He would Iry to revive his promised amendment at (his session of Congress. On a showdown roll call Wednesday, no senators voted for the amendment and 38 against This was seven short of (lie two.thlrds majority re- quired for approval of a const 1- Uitlonal amendment. Foes of Dirksen's jubilantly hailed the outcome as marking (lie end of (he road for the attempt to undo the Su- preme Court's one man, one vote ruling on apportionment of slate legislatures. And Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield, who supported the amendment, salil It looked to him as though Its rejection fora second time was the end. In August of last year a similar amendment offered by Dirksen also fell seven votes short of a two-thirds majority. Tlie vote then was 07 for and 3D against. In a G-3 decision In June the Supreme Court ruled that the seats In both houses of state legislatures must be tloned on a basis of substantial equality of population. Dirksen's amendment would have permitted geography and political subdivisions, in addi- tion to population, to be taken into account In Hie apportion- ment of one house If a majority of (he voters agreed In a state- wide referendum. The roll call showed 20 Demo- crats and 29 Republicans voting for the proposed amendment, Voting against It were 35 Demo- crats and three Republicans. Casualty List WASHINGTON (AP) The Defense Department provided a list of U.S. military per- sonnel reported killed in Viet Nam fighting during the week ended last Saturday. Army casualties included: Capt, Edward D. Pierce, of Springfield, Mo.; Sgt. Richard J. Manley, St. Joseph, Mo.; Spec, 5 Fred E. Benner, St. Louis, Mo. and Staff Sgt. Bozy Gerald, Junction City, Kas. CTA Names New Senior Counselor JohnrUickloy, 917 Itilcy street is the new senior counselor of "Old 99" Council, the United Commercial Travelers organi- zation in Atchison which has 350 members. The oilier new officers of tlio council, who will serve until April, 19G7, are: Keith B. Hun- yan, junior counselor; J.H. (Skeet) Thompson, past senior counselor; Lloyd Piper, conduc- FIVF. TYPES OF valve bodies manufactured by Rockwell Manufacturing Co., LFM Atchison Di- vision, are an display in Hie 400 bloc! on the mall. This Is one of many displays by Atchison firms for Industry Appreciation Week.--Globe photo. House Majority A Bit Shaky WASHINGTON man Democrats from normally Republican districts andaliand- ful of GOP liberals have pro- vided the Johnson administra- tion with a working majority In the House so far this year on domestic legislation. nut some big tests lie ahead when such measures as a mini- mum wage Increase, the dem- onstration cities program, civil rights and the department of transportation come before the House. And the administration is faced wllli the prospecl of losing Its working advantage unless It Is able In November to re-elect most of the 41 Democrats swept in by the Johnson landslide In 1964 from GOP districts plus the other freshman Demo- crats. The freshman Democratic, liberal Republican combination provided the necessary votes again Wednesday in the 220-163 vole that gave final approval to an administration plan to move the Community Relations Serv- ice from the Commerce to the Justice Department. The administration's majority of 5V was larger than on earlier fights over car and phone excise taxes, rent supplements and a vice president's residence for two reasons; All but four of the 47 fresh- man Democrats lined up behind the administration on the CUS vote. Three opposed it, and one was not recorded. A larger than usual GOP con- tingent of 18 defected from the party line and supported the administration. Three of the 18 Republican defectors voted with the admin- istration for the third straight time. Reps. Seymour Halpernof New York, Theodore R.Kupfer- man of New York and Stanley R. Tupper of Maine also voted for the vice president's rest- dence and the rent supplement appropriation. On both the rent supplement money and on an earlier vote on restoring excise taxes on cars and phone calls, the administra- tion would have lost without Re- publican support. ACCEPTS AWARD FOR Weems, left president of the Atlantic City Press Club, presents the 1966 National Headliners Award for distinguished fea- ture writing to Edward R. Kennedy of Newspaper Enter- prise Association. Kennedy accepted the award for NEA byliner Tom Ticde who won it for his feature writing from Viet Nam. JOHN BUCKLEY tor; Louis A. Chew, page; Ches- ter L. Shell, sentinel; Edwin A. Marshall, chaplain, and Lloyd Members of the executive committee arc Lelioy A. Oster- tag, chairman; William J. Foley, Alfred E. Stolp, and Benjamin B, Utz. Dr. W. Spencer Fast is coun- cil surgeon, and James L. Tay- lor is chairman of the Retarded Children's Committee of Coun- cil 99. The United Commercial Travelers of America is a fra- ternal organization. Its No. 1 program is the welfare of re- tarded children. Yesterday Larry Sipes, ad- ministrative assistant to Dr. Wayne Frazer, superintendent of schools, accompanied by Atchison's three public elemen- tary schoolprincipals, Roy Mit- chell, Ivan Jones and Roy Schultz, and by Mrs. Nina Mitchell, elementary librarian for the city's public schools, visited tlie new Kansas City, Kas. public school library. The library was opened three weeks ago. Gathered goofed yesterday in reporting Werner Levin's birth- day. G had tlie date right but the day wrong. Werner celebrates his 82nd birthday tomorrow. Bring your prescriptions to Ball Bros. We deliver. Shaving needs, Miller Drug. Walter sez: "In my 50 years in furniture, I have never seen better quality or prices than at Gambles." Three years to pay> The Red China study group of the American Association of University Women has com- pleted Its course and will fin- ish the year with a guided tour of the China section of tlie Nel- son Art Gallery in Kansas City Wednesday, April 27. Any in- terested person, member or non-member of AAUW, is in- vited to join the tour which will start at 11 a.m. followed by luncheon at tlie gallery cafe- teria and browsing through the gallery. Reservations must be made by tomorrow with Mrs. Hal Tamhlyn, EM7-0407. Ad- mission to the gallery is 25 cents. Luncheon will be 31.25 and up. Mrs. John E. Kocour, who has been visiting Mrs. Albert B. Koeour, 413 Mound street, and other Atchison relatives, has returned to her home at An- dale. She came especially to visit her sister-in-law, Miss Edith Kocour, who has been a patient at the Atchison hospital several months. A son was born Wednesday at St. Joseph's hospital in St. Joe to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Franken of Troy. Mrs. Frank- en is the former Joan Hess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hess, 829 South Sixth street. The baby weighed eight pounds and 10 ounces. Hill Bolton has resigned as counselor at the Valley Falls High school, it was announced by Robert McKenzie, superin- tendent. David Gray and Diane Bishop were selected delegates of the Atchison County Farm Bureau to attend the Citizenship Semi- nar at Rock Springs ranch Aug. 15-20 bytheFarmBureauboard at a meeting this week at Lan- caster. Arnold Dietrich and Janice Funk were selected al- ternates. The board approved a county tire program and It was announced the Farm Bureau women will have a rural-urban countywide meeting April 28, at Official Publication NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNTY BOAKD OF EQUALIZATION OF ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that the annual meeting of the County Board of Equalization of Atchi- son County, Kansas will beheld in the Commissioners room at the Court House at Atchison, Kansas. The first session of the Board shall be limited in length from the first business day in May to the last business day in May, during which time the Board may adjourn from time to time as may be necessary, and at the expiration of the last busi- ness day in May, the Board shall adjourn until June Sixth, 1966, when it shall again reconvene for the purpose of hearing com- plaints from persons who have been notified by the County Clerk of pending changed in their valuations made by the County Board of Equalization as provided in G.S. 1602: but such adjourned ses- sion shall not continuefor more than ten (10) days, after which the Board shall adjourn sine die as provided by law. Any person desiring to complain to said Board of the Assessment and valuation of any property in the County made prior to May 1, 1966, may obtain com- plaint forms from the County Clerk of Atchison County: provided, that any such com- plaint in writing must be filed with the County Clerk of Atchi- son County, Kansas, on or be- fore the fifth day of May, 196S Graham Lukens, County Clerk, of Atchison County, Kansas April 15, 22, 29, 1966 the Efflngham grade school. Winston Wheeler, Farm Bureau president, gave a report on his recent trip to Washington, D.C., as Farm Bureau Leader of the Year in Northeast Kansas. Cel, daughter ofMr.andMrs. Bob Weber, route 1, celebrated her first birthday April 17 and the occasion was observed by a trip to Kansas City to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Begley and eon, Shawn. Her parents and brothers ac- companied her. Official Publication IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES CURTIS COOPER, Deceased. 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 E. William Cooper, one of the heirs of Charles Curtis Cooper, deceased, praying for the determination of descent of the following described real property in Atchison County, Kansas, to-wit: The North Half of the South- east Quarter of Section Thirty Township Six Range Twenty (20) and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of SectionThirtyOO) Township Six Range Twenty Atchison County, Kansas, and Lots Nos., Seventeen Eighteen in Block num- bered Twenty six (26) in Spring Garden Addition an ad- dition to the City of Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas, and any other property which decedent may have owned at the date of his death; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 3rd day of May, 1966 at o'clock a.m. of said day in said Court, in the city of Atchison, 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. E. William Cooper Petitioner Philip Shrack Attorney for Petitioner April 8, 15, 22, 1966. Confirmation gifts sors, friends, and relatives, McKelvy Supply House, u{ Santa Fe. Official Publication IN THE PROBATE COURT OP ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS In the matter of the estate of Mamie Miller, deceased, No. 7847 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR Nttice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs, devisees, and legatees of Mamie Miller, de- ceased, and all others concern- ed that on the 5th day of April, 1966, the undersignedwasbythe Probate Court of Atchison County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the estate of Mamie Miller, deceased, late of Atchison County, Kansas. All parties interested in the said estate will take notice and gov- ern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the said estate within nine months from the date of first publication of this notice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. O.R. Dierking, Administrator Duncan, Senecal Dempster Attorneys for Administrator April 8, 15, 22, 1966 COLD BEER ALL FAMOUS BRANDS OPEN DAILY a.m. to a.m. No Beer Served After 12 Midnight Shirley's Tavern 'A FUN PLACE TO GO' 1341 MAIN GOT SOMETHING TO HAUL? RENT A LOW-COST U'HAUL TRAILER Solve any hauling problem with a U-Haul rental trailer al low rates. Choice of sizes to lit your Hitch furnished. KALE'S SERVICE 900 Com'l. Take a Spring Jazz Break! ATTENTION- MEN WOMEN Federated Mutual Salutes Charles M. Fisher 1703 Country Lane, Atchison As o Company Soles Leader Mr. Fisher and his wife, Carole were recently honored with on award trip to Gland Bahamas Islands. 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Marching Bands all over town Thursday night Combos in stores all day Saturday Get a Gang Together-Everybody's Swinging in K. C. For information, write or call: Make your hotel reservations now! K. C. Tourist Commission Phillips Hotel, Kansas City, Mo. ;