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Atchison Globe (Newspaper) - September 16, 1988, Atchison, Kansas Lafayette wears down young Redmen Page Fail is ideal time for home Page Question of the week What is your favorite season of the year and why Page Atchison Sunday Globe lllth Year 238 Kansas A lot of dedication will be rewarded September 1988 48 Pages Historic depot to be dedicated 1 News briefs Commission to meet Atchison city commissioners will consider an ordinance exempting the city clerk and trea surer from residency require ments when they meet at Monday at City State law requires city residen but the current city treasurer lives just outside A complete agenda is featured on page 2 of todays Elections scheduled EFFINGHAM GNS The annual Atchison County Exten sion Council elections will be held at 7 Tuesday at JU4 School at Four council members repre senting home eco 4H and economic deve lopment will be elected in each commissioner All county residents of voting age may Bruce Snead will present a program on saving money on home Refreshments will Lee will be speakef MoKan Artist will be Cynthia Lee of Atchison as a guest speaker for its meeting at Tuesday at the Lees students from Ridge High School will be doing a model They will also do a model critique for members and nonmembers after their j All interested persons are urged to attend the USD 409 to meet The USD 409 Board of Educa tion will be deciding if they want to extend the asbestos management plan to a later date at its meeting at 7 Monday at Atchison High The board will also be looking at insurance van enroll ment faculty committee report on the junior high wage evaluation goal accomplishments and a visitation Bloodmobile planned The Community Blood Center of Greater Kansas City will have a bloodmobile at Benedictine Col lege This spon sored by the Knights of will take place between 11 and 5 at North Campus Augustines Hall Blood donations are gathered each fall to meet the needs of reg ional hospital Sandy field representative from the blood said that donat ing blood is safe and simple and that AIDS cannot be contracted through the donation Donation appointments can be made by contacting Frank Feuer born at extension 200 feared drowned j Mexico AP About 200 people were feared drowned after a river swollen by torrential rains from Hurricane Gilbert jumped its banks and overturned four buses police and Red Cross officials The the strongest on was downgraded to a tropi cal depression Saturday after leaving 100 other people dead across the Mexicos Yucatan Peninsula and Debate rules outlined AP For 90 with no no managers and no neutral George Bush and Michael Dukakis meet one week from tonight in a presidential It is a highrisk political and in a volatile election cam paign the debate and a mid October rematch could be This Great like those that have gone is likely to defy the longrehearsed efforts of the candidates to take control of its course and Sold 1st caller GM replacement rocker panels fit 7387 Blfzer or S15 xxxoooo after 5 For Fast Action Call Atchison Daily Globe 3670583 Want Ads by JEAN BUCHANAN Globe managing editor Officials from the Santa Fe Rail road will join local officials here 1 to dedicate the historic Santa Fe renovated to house a museum and visitors The dedication ceremony is the culmination of a community effort to preserve the 108yearold an effort that started shortly after Santa Fe gave the building to the city in December More than was raised to pay for the renovation and for land under and adjacent to the Santa Fe is bringing in its exhibit a rolling museum of railroad for the The mu which was fashioned out of a baggage car in will be open free to the public from 8 to 5 1 and from 10 to 5 2 at the DAMAGED PAGES MISSING OUT OF ORDER ISSUES OR SECTIONS MAY BK FOUND AT END OF ROLL IK AVAILABLE t t a a ei le Hi 1CU1LU1 ttl VVC got the rural water we had a lot more problems and people hauling While most rural users have all the water they some of their bre thren are not faring quite so well dur ing the drought of Some rural residents living outside the water districts have had to cope with ponds and wells that are severe ly drawn down or bone These folks have faced the situa tion the best way they can some move their cattle to other pastures and impoundments others haul in truck loads of water for personal nnd agri cultural uses and some have found it cheaper to sell Battle several months early because there isnt enough water or County extension agents in north east Kansas say they havent heard KENT SYMNS REACHES in one of the cracks on the farm pond his cattle used to drink Symns has to haul water to his farm on Route 2 because the drought has caused water levels in his wen to Globe photo by Kent about many wells going but they are aware of low water levels in many farm Several families in southern Doni phan County far out of reach of water districts in Bendena and Denton have had a major water shortage this Kent who has a farm about two miles north of the Atchison Doniphan County has had to haul loads of water to supplement his well water which is now very But Symns considers himself lucky compared to some of his friends who have had to haul all their water to their Weve had real trouble with the water supply since the Fourth of Symns No water to water the yard and garden all Symns said he has been fortunate enough to have been able to to rent extra pasture this year so that his cattle can have enough food and All of the water hauled to the farm by Symns is used because he has to clean out the far rowing houses for his All household use of ing cleaning nnd tak ing baths and done with well he Trouble the Symns family never knows when water levels are danger ously low until they run out of And that can be a real problem when a family member takes a show er and has to find some way to wipe off the soap and I guess what frustrates me the most is that I never know when its the water supply going to be said Shirley Kents Its if not for the far then for the farmers Shirley Its frustrating as You cant carry on normal You go home and the first thing you do is See page 2 hich has been renovated to house a a bamboo hoop once used to pass train orders to a moving train and an old telegraph key are con trasted with the modern portable radios and radio base sta tions used in todays Another display emphasizes engi neering innovations in including quartermile rail lengths produced at Santa Fes Centralized Rail Plant in The See page 2 Archbishop to discuss rural life Archbishop Ignatius Ar chdiocese of Kansas will lead a celebration of petition and thanksgiving in Bendena today from noon to 3 Benedict parish will host the event which includes a potluck dinner at noon a program at 1 and Mass at The celebration will focus on rural William will speak on behalf of rural people in the Sister Mary Agnes Patter Prioress of Mount Scholas tica will pay tribute to the Benedictine men and women who have worked in rural communities for more than 125 Strecker will be the keynote addressing the challenges facing rural and urban people since food and agriculture are major issues of social Our Heavenly Father has given to all peoples of the world the fertile the warm the soft rain to provide food and the necessities of life for all peoples yet we see millions of people America and through out the and They are hungry and starving be cause the worlds powerful and wealthy continue to make greedy decisions favoring themselves rather than providing for their sisters and brothers in Strecker The Henry pas toral leader for the will de liver the homily during the liturgical The Benedict Abbey Choir will offer musical selections before the Mass and lead the singing during the The Roger and the Knights of Columbus members of Wathena will lead in a celebration of peace to conclude the worship The public is For more contact Deters at Sac red Heart 1503 Kansas Ave or the John Catholic Rural Life Kansas 913
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