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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 7, 1974, Atchison, KansasGlobe camera Clicks at annual egg i off and running at Jackson Park. The stragglers. Taking a break Atchison Globe per copy Atchison Kansas sunday april 7, 1974 26 pages year 29519 on tenants rights overheard i found out How to drive a Liberal crazy. Agree with him. On Golan Heights israelis activate fighter bombers people need people theme a fwd state convention Here by the associated press United nations truce observers said israeli forces opened fire on syrian troops on the go Lan Heights front saturday and used warplanes for the first time since the october cease fire. But Israel said it acted after a Small syrian Force crossed the Golan truce lines hours be fore passover began and at tacked an israeli position on the snowy slopes of it. Her Mon. It said israeli fighter bomb ers and big guns were called on to repulse the Force the syr to improve relations Nixon meets with european leaders Paris a president Nixon met with european Lead ers saturday in an Effort to help boost sagging american european relations. Very Little was disclosed off i to Kan area mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers today. High in the mid 60s. Kansas Cloudy to partly Cloudy with a Chance of showers or thunderstorms Central and East today. High today upper 50s West to Low 70s Southeast. Partly Cloudy tonight with a Chance of showers Southeast. Low upper 20s Northwest to the 30s Southeast. Partly Cloudy monday with High in the 50s to Ronld 60s. Missouri considerable cloudiness with a Chance for showers today. High today in the 60s. Mostly Cloudy and turning colder tonight with showers ending. Low tonight in the 30s. Monday Cloudy and Cool with High in the 50s. Temperatures barometric pressure humidity wind direction and velocity readings furnished by Atchison Cablevision inc., weather Channel thermometer readings 2p.m.66 3p.m.66 dp.m.66 sp.m.66 6p.m.66 7p.m.65 sp.m.65 9p.m.62 Low yesterday 34 temperatures a year ago today Low 44, High 69. Taken at 2 . Barometer.29.74 fal Ling humidity.30per cent wind.12-15 saw daily about the talks but american sources indicated the main substance dealt with improving the consultative proc esses within the Atlantic Al Liance. The discussions also were believed to have touched on the status of arms limitations negotiations Between the United states and the soviet Union and the Prospect of East West troop reductions in Central Europe. Nixon had flown to Paris to attend a memorial mass for the late French president Georges Pompidou. He originally was scheduled to return to washing ton on saturday afternoon but delayed his departure until Sun Day. Nixon talked with British prime minister Harold Wilson West German Chancellor Willy Brandt interim French presi Dent Alain Poher italian presi Dent Giovanni Leone and Dan ish Premier Poul Hartling. All five represent member nations of the North Atlantic Reaty organization and the european common Market. Nixon was expected to meet continued on Page 9 River stages Omaha 7.0 no change Nebraska City 10.2 Down .1 Rulo 11.1 up .3 St. Joe 12.3 up .4 up .2 if Price lid lifted sunday ians withdrew after a half hour and that Israel complained to the United nations in Jerusa Lem. But Syria said the israelis at tacked a syrian position on the Mountain first. It said two israeli warplanes struck twice in 30 minutes without inflicting casualties. It was the 26th straight Day of fighting on the embattled go Lan and the adjoining wedge of land captured from Syria in the october War. Israeli troops still stood on High Alert along the Arab fronts fearful of a repetition of the last yom kippur Holiday when syrian and egyptian troops launched their attack. Also worsening in the jewish state was the political juror stirred by the report of a Blue ribbon commission fixing blame for Israel s initial set backs at yom kippur. Israel s most Power us opposition political Leader Menahem begin chief of the right Wing liked bloc called on Premier Golda Meir s government to re sign. Israel s chief of staff it. Gen. David Elazar already has resigned from the army continued on Page 9 Basil Roark to leave a Spost Basil Roark vocal music instructor at Atchison High school for the past 27 years has resigned effective at the end of this school year or. Lawrence Butler superintendent of schools has announced. Roark intends to retire from teaching. In his letter of resignation Roark said it has been a pleasure to have been 25 t per copy sees soaring health costs in near future Washington a if you think medical Bills Are High now prepare for a Shock. The next 12 to 15 months May bring some of the most explosive health costs in the nation s his tory. If Price controls Over health costs Are allowed to expire on april 30, As is Likely Consumers May see these kind of increases in the fiscal year ending june 30, 1975 charges will jump by 16 to 17 per cent. Fees will go up about 9 per cent. Home charges will jump by 14 per cent. The estimates Are those of the Nixon administration which had urged Congress to continue Price controls Over the health Industry Only to be rejected so far. Even with controls Hospital charges would have risen about 10 per cent doctors fees 4 per cent and nursing Home charges 6.5 per cent the administration estimates. The Public will have to pay an additional billion Over the current fiscal year then an other billion on top of that in the following year the administration estimates. Consumers will find them continued on Page 9 Basil Roark employed for 27 years in Atchison. I am sure that there will be Many things that i will miss but i wish you the prior to coming to Atchison Roark taught three years in Preston and three years in Garden City. During one summer he taught music at continued on Page 9 on the theme people need Kansas club women will meet april 16-18, tuesday through thursday at Benedictine College South Campus for the 1974 state convention of the Kansas federation of women s clubs. Events will take place in the administration building and Riccardi Center. Presiding officer for the 78th annual event is mrs. William Roe sr., a fwd president 300 North third Street. This first state a fwd convention Ever to be held in Atchison is being hosted by the three federation clubs the fortnightly Altura or. And Friday afternoon clubs. Their respective presidents Are mrs. John Adair who serves As general convention co chairman with mrs. Leo Danaher mrs. Gary Wolff Junior chairman and in charge of fun and miss Evalyn Reed chairman of timekeepers for the convention. Mrs. Alan Hays finance mrs. William Roe chairman also serves on this steering committee. Outstanding speakers and special events highlight the three Day program printed in the March april Issue of a fwd s official publication the Kansas club woman. The cover picture is an Aerial View of the convention site the South by Campus. Special events will include Tours of Atchison displays and exhibits choral and in Strumental entertainment from the local secondary schools and the College a prayer breakfast and a fun we will be giving our visitors a comprehensive introduction to what Atchison has to offer in the Way of education culture and historical interest As Well As a look at the City and its in mrs. Roe said. We have been planning our convention since last september and Hope to offer the women s club members instruction inspiration participation and entertainment As Well As their Money s Worth at a continued on Page 9 by White House reports spying operations by Lawrence l. Knutson associate press writer Washington a sen. Lowell a Weicker says he has evidence the White House spied on a dozen major politicians and used the internal Revenue service to pry Loose data on entertainers such As Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis or. Weicker said he also has White House and other Nixon administration documents to show that irs tax intelligence was used to protect such White House friends As evangelist Billy Graham and movie Star John Wayne once tax audits on them began. Weicker a Republican Mem Ber of the Senate watergate committee said he has obtained other documents showing the full extent of More than 50 political investigations con ducted by the White House be tween 1969 and 1972 by under cover political operative Antho Crossroads report by Ulasewicz. Cei Ved new evidence of the use other newly uncovered Docu of intelligence from the depart mentations show the improper and perhaps illegal use of such Federal agencies As the irs to move against so called political Wei Cher said. In addition he said he has re ment of Commerce and the Pentagon to Embarrass Sens. Edmund s. Muskie a Maine and George Mcgovern d-s.d., and to use . Army in continued on Page 9 seek to secure evidence news leaks worry impeachment staff Topeka Kan. A the Kansas supreme court in a landmark tenants rights decision saturday adopted the implied warranty of habitability for the Urban areas of the state in the rental of residential property. The court s action came in a Sedgwick county Case brought by Shirley Steele and her six children against Marvin e. Latimer their Wichita landlord. The suit sought recovery of rent paid recovery of damages and an injunction to Force Lati Mer to cease violating the Wichita housing code. The court said the Steele family moved into a three bed room House owned by Latimer nov. 1, 1971, on the basis of a month to month Oral lease at a monthly rental of when Latimer sought to raise the rent per month Jan. 1, 1972, mrs. Steele went to the Wichita Legal Aid society where she complained not Only us 377 Bond Issue approved voters in us 377 approved a Bond Issue to finance a new High school building at Effingham in a special election yesterday. The vote was 771 for the Bond Issue and 671 against according to unofficial tabulations at the county clerk s office at the courthouse last night. Plans Are for the Bond Issue to also finance additions at the Ju-4 school building at Cummings and at the Lan Caster Grade school. The new High school building is to be located on property owned by the District East and North of the existing athletic Field in Effingham. At Ju-4 school two classrooms storage room and toilet facilities Are to be added and at Lancaster a Kin continued on Page 9 of the raise in rent but also of the condition of the premises which she said were in adequately heated and lacked a number of locks. Subsequently a City building inspector made a trip to the Steele Home and various deficiencies were noted in the prop erty. When no acceptable response continued on Page 9 Busy Agenda for chamber directors a Busy Agenda will Greet directors of the Atchison area chamber of Commerce when they Convene at the chamber office . Wednesday. A major report will be Given by Mary Lou Diebolt divisional vice president of the chamber s civic affairs work. Mrs. Diebolt is expected to announce plans for a coordinated citywide beautification program. April 27 has been selected As the formal Kickoff Date for the annual cleanup paint up fix up Campaign. Chamber president Jerry Fournier will report on the Varlen corporation and Art easterday divisional vice president of Industrial development will report on a meeting Between the City and chamber i Nous trial representatives. The City commission is scheduled to meet with its Industrial advisory committee 7 . Tomorrow concerning the proposed memorandum of understanding Between the municipal government and the chamber. The 1974 program of work received from the printers Lockwood co., last week will be distributed to the chamber Board wednesday. The program of work contains a message from cd president Fournier goals of each division and a listing of ser continued on Page 9 Washington a House impeachment probes Are trying to devise a leak proof method of presenting Evi Dence to the 38-member judiciary committee. In a town where it is axiomatic that if two people know something it is no longer a secret that s like to trying to dam a Stream with Sand. The committee staff has acquired a vast amount of information about president Nixon and his aides much of it from the secret files of the water Gate grand jury and the Senate watergate committee. The problem is How to trans Mit it to the committee Mem Bers who have to decide whether or not grounds exist for impeaching Nixon. Should a Bill of impeachment continued on Page 9 by Premier report Libya s khad Afy stripped of All Powers Tripoli Libya a Egypt s official Middle East news Agency claimed saturday that libyan Premier Abdel Salem Jalloul had stripped lib Yan Leader Moa mar khad Afy of Power and pushed him into a holy week Observance Here dear editor i see where Congress has passed a Law to make employer types pay higher minimum wages but has made no provisions for furnishing the Money for same. Which is on Par with the politicians habit of imposing higher and higher taxes and leaving it up to us taxpayers to worry about where to get this extra Money. And no proposal has Ever been made in Congress to pass a minimum Worth Law to command that All employees be Worth per hour. . Scott Crossroads .a. Just what the doctor ordered a want and for the sick budget. Pm. 367-0583 for . Special seasonal music and services of the Palms will initiate holy week services today in Atchison churches. Sunrise worship and other easter sunday observances will close a week of religious activity. All services Are open to any interested worshipper. In roman Catholic and the Trinity episcopal churches today the Blessing of the Palms will be administered at each mass All on the regular schedule. Communion will be a special feature of this mor Ning s worship at St. Mark s lutheran Church. The majority of holy week services Start wednesday however. St. Benedict s Catholic Church the revs. Wilfred Fangman and Donald red mond pastors will Host the communal Celebration of Pennance for to Atchison Catholic Community at . Wednesday. The Union Good Friday service sponsored by the at Chison ministerial Alliance is being held this year at United methodist Church at . A drama of the crucifixion in Chora Pogue were you will replace the usual Sermon and formal program. Details of the program and the All Star cast with a Community choir will be announced later this week. The Rev. Walter Brant is Host pastor. Another joint Effort in communion worship will be the Maundy thursday cantata and lord s supper being held at United methodist Church at . Thursday. The first presbyterian and methodist choirs Are being directed by Don Webb in no great the second annual presentation of he joint choirs. The Rev. George White is presbyterian pastor. Youth of the United methodist first Baptist first presbyterian and first Christian churches will con duct Community easter Sunrise services at Warnock Lake at . Next sunday. In Case of rain the services will be held at the Jackson Park shelter House. Breakfast for 75 cents will be served afterwards in United methodist Church Fellowship Hall. The Public is invited to both the worship services and breakfast. Special music will be a feature of holy week services at St. Joseph s. Mark Baumann is the director and mrs. Helen Mchugh the organist. The choir will present Vidi on Pofit 9 figurehead position. But Libya s official news Agency said it had no information on reports that khad Afy had been ousted. A libyan government spokes Man acknowledged he was aware of foreign press reports that stated in his words that khad Afy has delegated his pow ers administrative and Politi to Jalloul. Jalloul who was in Paris for memorial services for presi Dent Georges Pompidou declined to speak to newsmen about the report. Telephone communications Between Europe and the libyan capital were operating Normal. By and the libyan news Agency said Tripoli was Calm. The decree issued by the revolution command Council was communicated to foreign diplomatic missions in Tripoli on Friday night the Middle East news Agency said. The text of the decree As carried by the egyptian Agency was dated april 2. No Rea son was Given for the delay in announcing it. According to article one of he decree khad Afy apparently retained the Post of commander in chief of the libyan armed forces

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