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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 4, 1977, Atchison, Kansas (Capitol Hill Workers Organize Lobby School NEW LOOK in household help, this six-foot, two-inch 275-pound robot can walk the dog, vacuum the rug, talk and shake hands. Constructed by Ben Skora of Palos Hills, III., of aluminum, 15 small motors, two car batteries and plenty of wire, it operates by remote control. iv\ v-'1 **    ~*mm Cummings R.R. MABLE MOORE hi mmm mm im Arthur Kierns is improving at Jefferson County Memorial hospital, Winchester, after surgery to repair a broken hip suffered in a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fuhr-man hosted a birthday dinner for their daughter. Mrs. Leola Findley of Leavenworth. Overheard: “She’s growing older before her time trying to look young after her time.” Mr and Mrs. Ronald and Linda Sasse of College Station, Tex., and one-year-old son Benjamin are visiting Linda’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. (filbert Lemke, 927 Atchison street. This is one of the stops on their summer vacation. They also visited Ron's parents in Smith Center. Improvement note; The Robert Barnes home, 405 Parallel street, has received a thorough cleaning up and fresh coat of paint. Mount Sisters’ Summer Festival, Sunday, 1:30 to 5 pm. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore (Big Boy) Moore, 829 L street, have returned home from Denver where they spent last week while Mrs. Moore was undergoing treatment at the Spalding Rehabilitation Center. She is recovering from a stroke she suffered last March and has been hospitalized l)oth here and in Kansas City most of the time since. She is reported as being much improved following treatments in Denver (daman Insurance & Realty, 104 North Seventh. 367-2630 WASHINGTON (AP) Want to win friends and influence legislation? How about creating a small bureaucracy of your own? And perhaps a small or large appropriation to go with it? If so, and if you have the proper kind of minority organization behind you, there’s a special school on Capitol Hill to teach you how to become a lobbyist from back slapping to mass mailings to using the tax code to your advantage. It even has a job placement program for talented young lobbyists. The program, called Minority Legislative Education Program, was organized by a group of Capitol Hill aides and other Washington-wise young people to share their expertise with those who need it most but are not likely to acquire it without special help “There are very few black people who work in congressional relations,” said Robert McAlpine. associate director for congressional relations for the National Urban league. “There is a great need to build up that expertise "That’s where the ballgame is played, and if groups don’t have abilities and skills and expertise in the legislative process, they can’t compete.” MLEP produced a seminar for the Urban League, already one of the better known pressure groups, to sharpen its skills. “I think many people who left that meeting went away with some ideas on how the Urban League could be more effective in the advocacy role," McAlpine said “And I think they also were inspired ” Craig Burehette, a Harvard undergraduate who is an intern for a group called Self Deter initiation for ILC., was tutored in such matters as staging events, drafting statements and congressional testimony and “the basic rudiments of the political system." “The MLEP seminars have been great,” Burehette said “One I attended focused on the most important points at which to apply political pressure “We were taught how to become informed on legislation, tiasic tactical information, how to get in touch with your congressman or senator about the need for going in there knowing your facts and not just tumbling in off the streets." Dick Clark, executive director of the program and a lobbyist himself for Common Cause, said curricula are tailored to meet the needs of the specific organizations seeking help. Some problems are common among the groups, however. "There is a classic mistake that most groups make," Clark said, "and that is to see their avenue of access as being through people they most naturally identify with ” That is, black groups turning to black congressmen, for example, "rather than the people who are more relevant to their issue objectives and policy objectives " “Sometimes they will go to members (of Congress) who are not even on the committees of jurisdiction, which means already they are at a disad vantage," Clark said The program also aims at such nuts and bolts matters as how to analyze a legislative committee and approach it to the lobbyist s liest advantage “Committees are where 90 lier cent of the work of Congress is done," Clark said "But if you are going to approach a committee, you need to know what are the relevant factors, the rules, the leadership, the interplay of forces." There is also a related program of job development and placement, to identify a promising young lobbyist and get him into a place where he can use his skills. While the program and its clients represent a range of minority interests and causes, the program itself is nonpartisan. “We made the decision very early that we would not get involved in issues, but that our primary mission was to teach the process from the advocacy standpoint,” Clark said By the very nature of its clientele — such as the Association of Black Psychologists, the National Coalition of Urban Indians and the Black United Fund MLEP doesn't expect to bt* a profit maker, It charges on ability to pay, and sometime that means no charge. The real financing comes from corporate and foundation grants and volunteer work from other groups. But money is a very real part of the program’s curriculum. High on the agenda is fundraising and use of the revised tax code section dealing with the tax status of lobbying groups. Our neighbor says his boss isn t really a bad guy until you get to know him. Panhandle Farmers Inn ne Wheat Protest PAMPA, Tex. (AP) Dozens of boxes of wheat addressed to President Carter will be shipped to the White House Monday, say more than 1(K) Panhandle farmers angry over current grain prices. The farmers, along with their wives and children, gathered Wednesday to stockpile the Ixixes of wheat and threatened a farm strike to protest low prices “as soon as three months from now,” "It’s farm power,” said protest leader Fred Vanderburg Jr. "These people who have been silent so long are fixin’ to come unglued and when they do,,.,” The local protest is growing, according to the farmers. Colorado and Wyoming farmers, they said, are starting to join. And a representative from the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union is expected to be here Aug 25 to meet with local protesters. Outlining some of the proposed protest actions, Vandenburg told the crowd, “We’re going to mail in these Ixixes to let them know how-dissatisfied we are. We’re not being greedy We are just trying to get that which we are due — a fair price.” Ron Butler of Waco, assistant to the Texas Farmer’s Union president, said one step being discussed is to “try and get farmers to put up one acre as a protest acre along a road with signs showing it has been committed to the strike. "Wheat farmers have nothing to lose,” he said “They could lay out next year and it wouldn't hurt them anymore than they’ve already l>een hurt Every bushel harvested this year costs them money.” Wheat recently dipped below $2 a bushel. A bill calling for a $2.90 jxT bushel target < the price    the    government guarantees) price has passed Congress and awaits Carter’s signature. The farmer’s union recommends a target price of $4.98 per bushel Mrs.    Sheridan Harnly, president    of the    Gray Rolx*rts chapter of TFU, reported on a recent trip to Washington tp discuss    grain    prices with congressmen. "I found we have very few there who really know how we feel,” she said. “I talked to one congressman and tried to tell him how much it costs us to put in the crops and how little return we get. I told him we were going broke. Then he chuckled a little bit and said What else is on your mind ’ "I II tell you, you don’t know ATCHISON GLOBE 3 Thursday, August 4, 1977 anger It just makes you furious when you tell them you’re going broke and they laugh at you It made me angry enough to come home and fight.” Closing for vacation Aug 8-22 I x*ntz Cleaners. A penny saved is a penny earned. A dollar saved is an enormous temptation GARAGE SALE AND MINI FLEA MARKET LOTS OF Dishes and some antiques camper shell and ping pong table RAIN OR SHINE 1317 South 8th 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. Aug. 6 # CLOSING • FOR VACATION AUGUST 8 22 Lentz Drive In Cleaners MOVING SALE BACK OF 1030 Riley Thun, and Friday Aug. 4 and 5 8 a rn to 4 p m books, baby furniture, clothes, plants and miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE 7:OO to 12:00 Saturday August 6 Lot of material, several small appliances, ceramics, riding lawn mower and other items First mobile home west Fairground school on hiway 59 of YARD SALE 511 South 6th Friday and Saturday Aug. 5 and 6 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mostly school clothes and miscellan eous Not Responsible For Accidents FIVE FAMILY FRONT YARD SALE 1114-1116 Santa Fe Saturday, Aug. 6th 8 OO A M to 3:00 P M Nice breakfast set (Table I 4 chairs); good desk chair; lamp; new Elgin Travel alarm clock; 2 girl's bikes; baby car bed; baby bath tub; small child’s rocking-spring horse, like new; toys; dishes; antique dishes; drapes; step ladder; 8 step stairway, men. women, children I baby's clothes. All in good condition & cheap. Lots A lots of Miscellaneous items. Not Responsible For Accidents So The People May Know [ Editor's note: The August 2, 1977 list of claims paid by the City of Atchison are listed below. We would like to hear from readers about continuing this publication of information.] OPERATION * MAINTENANCE FOND County Treasurer AAA Engine A Electric, Inc. r.ctorrf of Gi oinr.re it CRM*.ANTE NO I * : <• YARD SALE August 5 Friday 914 Atchison ’ 4 P.M. till dark Not Responsible For Accidents I UM MAM ONDER BOND A INTEREST HIND BACK YARD SALE Clothing and miscellaneous Thurs., Fri. and Saturday 8 a. rn. to 4 p. rn No Early Sales 714 Park Washington Commandery #2KT Knights Templar Special Conclave 8:00 a m. Saturday Aug. 6 Work In The Degrees George A Cleaver EC Frank Neely Rec State Treasurer JIMS - RETIREMENT FUND Kansas Public Employees Retire. KP&F RETIREMENT HIND Kansas Public Employees Retire. CETA - TITLE VI (B) HIND 1537    1,261.41 Kansas Public Bnployees Retire. Kansas Public Employees Retire. 1541 83.10 IJohn T. Growney, M.D. 1558 15.x James W. Rider, M.D. 1556 32.00 TOTAL CETA - TITIE ll 1538 9,751.27 1542 I 26,1,08.66 FUNERAL NOTICE MARGARET E . MATZEDER The Mass of the Christian Burial will be Friday, August 5, IO a m. at the St. Benedict’s Catholic Church The Celebrant will be Father Wilfred Fangman Interment will be the Mt. Calvary Cemetery. The Parish and the D of I Rosaries will be recited Thursday evening, 7:30 p.m., at the Harouff-Arensberg Chapel. The hour of visitation will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, at the chapel. The family suggests that donations be given to the Atchison Catholic Elementary Schools. Harouff-Areiihberg Mortuary 208 North 5th    367-6403 Official Publication PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE    August, Grasshopper Coal Creek Watershed Wednesday, August IO, 1977, at 7:30 an ordinance, making ah**gw.!Mion Cc* tnt payment of obtain claims p.m., a public meeting will be held ^    „< tMM.of *» cav of an****, *„n«» in Effingham to discuss comments th. u/alorchnH nlj»rt Anri    Section    I.    Tho!    m    or    (tot to pay tt» tloirm hRtrnofter ttoltd which ho.* bren propel, emfrtad end aM'Ovrd, thrrr a DOUT me waiersnea plan ana    c,    uomury th* turn •rqui'.d tor coch clam environmental impact statement    * for Grasshopper Coal Creek Watershed. During the meet mg to be held at the Effingham City Building in Effingham, written comments will be presented and discussed. Anyone can ask whatever pertinent questions they wish durinq the meeting. The plan presents a system of 39 gully prevention floodwater retarding structures to reduce erosion and flooding. The environmental impact statement considers advantages and disadvantages of the proposed project. Items specifically covered include effects on flooding, erosion, wildlife, and social economic aspects of the area July 28, Aug 4, 197/ Official Publication IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ATCHISON, COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of IvaF. Nash,    deceased. Case No. 77P83 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 Thelma V. Tate, daughter, heir at law, legatee and executrix named in the Last Will and Testament of Iva F. Nash, deceased, praying for the admission to probate of the Last Will and Testament of Iva F Nash dated April 16, 1963, which is filed with said petition, and tor the appointment of Thelma V. Tate as executrix of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 26th day of August, 1977, at 2:00 p.m., of said day, in said court, in the city of Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be Atchison City Water Works, Atchison Sheet Metal Works Navy Brand Rural Water District 01 Skyway lumen Supply Special-T-Metals Co., Inc. Superior Supply Co. Thayer Supply Co., Inc. Inc, 1600 k 581 I 686 3606 11575 3449 [1582 3.592 3574 1096 1577 2.75 93.67 199.34 627.51 33.60 543.95 12.11 10.00 24.08 111.99 85.17 1540 189.85 N* MIM MI Cl * M OB SI BV ll I Coupons Due - August I, IVY/, Cen, Iinpr., Main Trafficway Skyway Hwy. Retirement for 2nd Quarter, ‘ 1977. Retirement for 2nd Quarter, 1977. Retirement for 2nd Quarter, 1977. Retirement for 2nd Quarter, 1977. Physical Examination. Physical Examination. Ut '.bv til I..,.. trd I*,, (,| ' . AIM MMI.    AM    UNT Replace License Plate. [Magneto, Bearings A Rings. Piston A Rings. (Service for June, 1977. IPI fie A Reducer. [Deodorizer. IService for July, 1977. [Slop Towels. Capscrews. [Honeywell Protec tore lay. Solder, Tape, Bushing, Seal I Kit, Ripples, Ells, Tees A I Pipe. TOTAL OPERATION A MAI otenan|e PUND EXPENDITURES I 1.744.17 6406 6442 6443 kl, Ll. 6445 6446 6447 6448 6449 6450 2.75 j 293.QIi 627.51F 33.60 543.951 12.11 10.00, 24. OB 111.99 85.17) 6392 1,261.41 6393 I 9,751.27 (B) FUND EXPENDITURES t 130.10 IU.S. SAVINGS BONDS FUND [Valley State Bank 'STATE TAX FUND Kansas Dept, of Revenue 1545 1598 GENERAL HIND linter. Assoc, of Fire Chiefs County Treasurer American Auto Parts American Fence Co. American Fire Equipment Co entered in due course upon said (American Fire Equipment Co petition. Thelma V. Tate, Executrix H E Crosswhite 107 West 4th Street Holton, Kansas Attorney for Executrix Aug. 4, ll, 18, 1977. Atchison Animal Clinic Atchison City Water Works Atchison City Water Works Atchison Flying Service, Inc. LAD Equipment Co., Inc. rs Dispatch Corporation Sawin-Dyer Funeral Home 306 308 COMMERCIAL ST. 367-1013 Harold Dyer, Director Stanton Mortuary Inc. 800 KANSAS Where* warmth and personal concern make the difference. Official Publication IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS MAGISTRATE No. II Pursuant to Chapter 59 K S A. In the Matter of the Estate of LEN RICHEY,    Deceased No. 77P60 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in this Court by Maurice P O'Keefe, Jr., fEnffc.utor of the Estate of Len Richey, deceased, praying that he be authorized to sell the following described real property localted in Atchison County, Kansas, at either public auction or private sale for the best interests of the estate, to wit: Lots Seventeen (17) and Eighteen (18) and the West Five feet (W 5'Jot Lot Nineteen (19), in Block Twenty three (23) in South Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas, and you are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 26th day of August, 1977 at ten o'clock AW of said day, in said Court, in the City of Atchison, in Atchison County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will he heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition Maurice P O'Keefe, Jr , Petitioner O'Keefe, Ball, O'Keefe 8. Lacey Attorneys for Petitioner and Executor 503 On The Mall Atchison, Kansas 66002 August 4, ll and 18, 1977 r-Waters4 entury Labs., Inc. fcity of Atchison Day-Timers [Drivers License Guide Co. 1603 1601 1527 1548 1588 799 a 573 1607 1561 1567 1589 1568 1526 1512 1591 1559 U-571 131.25 3,733.09 50.00 2.75 90.00 82.00 22.90 442.35 15.00 3,745.64 48.05 815.25 1.10 30.00 311.00 35.96 5.01 16.88 11.50 Bonds for Employees. State Tax withheld for 2nd Quarter, 1977. MOTOR HIEL TAX FUND Bromley A Sons Quarry RNN Peterson, Robert Thayer Supply Co., Inc. PORCHAS! ORDER No NATURE OF CLAIM OR SERVICE Claim NUMBER AMOUNT 1597 40.62 Rock. >089 79.70 Rock. 6451 I2O.32 L587 5.98 Reimbursement - Meal Expert 1 while delivering Truck to Kansas City. 6452 5.98 1579 28.71 Bushing, Nipples, 0 Rings A Acetylene Cuft. 6453 28.71 6395 26,408.66 TOTAL MOTOR El IEL TAX FUND EXPENDITURES -I DAM 23 MAINTENANCE FUND Atchison City Water Works, Inc.IL562 >549 6396 I 189.85 I Kansan Power A Light Company 1566 24.00 138.OE 49.63 6397    83.10 6407    15.00 6408    j    32.00 jfGIA, Inc. 1563 20.X Growney, John T., M.D. 1557 30.x 'Kansas Pawer A Light Company 1082 138.03 I ft ti M t« 1570 5,092.13 I Vt It It ti 1565 95.70 .Hastens Plumbing A Heating, Inc. 1560 40.29 Leavenworth National Bank 1569 128.25 1Lockwood Company 1041 55.00 Ii ** ** 1504 Ul. 58 •Mobil Oil Company 1555 I36.X ,D'Keefe, Ball, O’Keefe A lacey 1586 57.X Piper Plumbing A Heating, Inc. 1564 342.73 Pruessner Ford, Inc. 1590 14.25 Resel Corp. 1090 33.00 . II A 1531 217.32 Sears, Roebuck A Co. 3009 21.11 Skyway Linen Supply P-593 35.10 Tempo Co. 1530 26.28 Thayer Supply Co., Inc. 1578 44.21 Twin Pavement Striping 3087 675.X United Industries, Inc. 3572 16.52 U.S. News A World Report 3585 18.X Woodbury Industries, Inc. 3584 168.X .Xerox Corporation 3576 I 211.19 Registration Fee for the IAFC 104th Annual Conference. Replace lost License Plate. Air Booster. Fence. Rubber Face Caskets. Foam. Board Dog. Service for June, 1977. Aux Cyl. Valve 4 Chlorine. June Payment for Airport Manager. 0 Rings. Delivery of Payroll for June, 1977. Saturock. Floor Cleaner. Postage. Telephone Message Books. 1977-78 Drivers License Guide. Bond for Jay H. Williams. Physical Examinations. Bulbs, Heads 4 Shades. Service for July, 1977. Service for June, 1977. Repair A Clean Hot Water Tank’. Preparation of Payroll. Resolution Book. Permit Books. Gasoline. City vs. Ronnie Johnston. Check Leak on Boiler, Unstop 1 lavatory, Install closet j bowl, lavatories, pilate 4 J Hydrant, Unstop Drains A Solder Leaking Hpes. Regulator. Papier. Ribbons 4 Ink. Umbrella. Mops, Blanket 4 Canvas. Gestefax Styli. Plug, Cap, Nipples, Tees, Drains, Bubbler, Reducer, Couplings, Seal 4 Ball Candlewick. Traffic Paint. Seal. 1-Year Renewal Subschiption Chlorine. Rental Plan C for June, 1977. TOTAL GENERAL EUj© EXPENDITURES 6398 6403 6404 6405 6409 6410 6411 6412 6413 6414 6415 6416 6417 6418 6419 6420 6421 6422 6423 6424 6425 6426 6427 6428 6429 6430 6431 6432 6433 6434 6435 6436 6437 6418 6439 6440 6441 131.25 3,733.09 50.00 2.75 90.00 ac. 00 465.25 15.00' 3,793.69 815.25 I.10 30.00 311.00 35.96 5.01 16.88 II.50 20. (X) 30.00 5,325.86 40.29 128.25 166.58 136. (X) 57.00 GENERAL REVENUE MIAH ING ETJND Bromley A Sons Quarry RH    » iHy-Way Asphalt Products, Inc. Twin Pavement Striping TOTAL DAM 23 MAINTlblANCE FUND EXPENDITURES $ 211.65 - 1th emti Well Water Samples. Replace Bulbs, Shades A Heads. Service for June, 1977. 6454 6455 24.00 187.65 TW >446 j 910 840 riTLEMENT 577.84 (Slurry Seal Rock. Seal Lime. Paint. 6456 6457 6458 1,625.37 1,735.70 4,528.30 TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE SHARING (FUND EXPENDITURES < 7.889^37 COMMUNITY DETVEJiOr'MEINT ETJND (Duncan, Seneca!, Bednar A Mears 1532 18,800.00 Gorman, Stanley 1533 440.00 529.83 Kansas Public Employees Retire, j 1539 Duncan, Senecal, Bednar A Mearsj1604116,450.00 I r- Dunn A Stout Jessie Greenly, Arnold Silvery A Valley State Bank Guebara, Andrew A. O'Reef e-Wilson Abstractly Van Doren-Hazard-Stallings Watowa Construction Company 1550 11,019.50 1552 375.x 1551 483.61 1605 5X.X 1553 1554 1606 43.50 477.59 10,684.35 (Acquisition of real property ! Replacement Housing Payment I Moving Expense - 1419 Rate I ston. iving A Dislocation Expense - 719 ”M" Street. Retirement -for 2nd Quarter, I 1977. Acquis: ti on of Lmpir., Repeat I ment Housing Payment, Movirg I A Dislocation Allowance — [SOS "L" Street. Purchase of real estates, Acquisition of real estate A Incidental Expenses. Property Surveys. ^inal Payment on rehab work - 721 "M” Street. loving A Dislocation Allowai - 301 Division Street, distracting. ’rofessional Services. Street Impr. Projects. TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FU© EXPENDITURES $ 59.803."8 6390 6391 6394 6459 6460 6461 6462 6463 6464 6465 tl8,800.00 440.00 529.83 27,469.50 375.00 483.61 500.00 43.50 477.59 10,684.35 PAYABLE TO 1 WORKMENS COMPENSATION EIM) POLA, Inc. 1 $ 13.452.08 342.73 14.25 250.32 21.11 35.10 26.28 Ii 44.21 |j 675.00, 16.52 [ 18.00; 168.00: 211.191 DEPRECIATION A REPLACEMENT EHNI) AAA Engine A Electric, Inc. i AAA Engine A Electric, Inc. PA YR PIJ, HIND Payroll, Sundry Persons Valley State Bank Oreat Commonwealth Ins. Co. Clair, Betty Clerk of the District Court PURCHASE ORDER 1583 1580 973 976.00 41.80 200.75 NATURE Of CLAIM OR SERVICE Final Payment - Premium, January I, until February ll, 1977, Firemans Fund audit for this pieriod. Pisont, Rings, Bearings, Gaskets, Pin A Retainers. Plate,"Pit, Seal Shaft, Rod, Rings, Oil Pump, Main Bearings A Gaskets. 1546 [33,622.88 1 j 4,441.11 1 I 51.50 ’ I 40.‘X 64.47 Payroll for 1st half of July, 1977. Withholding tax for 1st half of July, 1977. Cancer Insurance. Wage Earner Plan for Daniel M. Hall. WARRANT NUMBER 6466 Garnishment for larry Proctnr. 6402 TOTAL All. EHNI) EIXPEltolTURES $ 164.299.80 6467 5558-5688 6399 6400 64QI AMOUNY I 976.X 242.55 38,219.96 ;

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