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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Atchison, KansasWind wreaks havoc in City s Northwest Region sir in is att were asleep when wind Zahnd said. It took us s 11we whue to Reauzen coming to rest on the had although the wind Tore off the Ter school is out. Uvin8 the Zahnd Here m super owner and manager of the Paral intended to a similar Post at Lei trailer courts could deter Tutte Rock. April 15, and mine no other trailers were the family will not move until at Damasd. Blasl said the wind plus the Strain Zahnd most of and Kitchen areas an the eastward knocking out Tele ing against the lines knocked took 0luy Shang Lyls Unes it. Over four Power pries. All and "i8w. Debris from thereof was Power and Telephone lines to the evidently were out of Zands were not injured. They scattered along an area about court were out he said. He St 10 Yards placed the time of the storm at at the time and Church had t the Francis Brule Home 301 Long. About 9-45 . Friday South 22nd Street. A major portion of the debris no f Otter tomes Tate area w u the Zahnd Home is owned landed were damaged. The Kenneth afraid greens have a or. And mrs. Walter Davenport of or. And mrs. Nova Cooper Bias Home immediately East of Meta z8hnds recency Between Zahnd lose former Thelen trailer East belonging to or. Shingle. The outside Telephone the mtg Root of tote residence 208 Green tree and mrs. Stanley spinner. Connection was pulled off the acute Ort lab 5t 1 stir by a picture to of House when the phone e t to 1631 Street the . Mccormack family and end of the Cooper trailer was Santa i e Street the wind the Home is on the Crest of the will not be available for another broken in and the spinner trailer continued on Page 11 Curt Zahnd right and a Friend inspect damage at the Zahnd Home at 1631 Atchison Street which was a roofed by High winds during Friday night s storm. Other Globe storm photos on Page 2j Atchison Globe per copy Atchison Kansas sunday april 21, 1968 28-pages ninety first year 27680 overheard if it were not for the presents an elopement would be River Bend Art fair o9 Logan featured artist Crossroads report fear Hue raid featured artist at the fourth annual River Bend Art fair Here May 18 and 19 will be Roland Kickapoo Logan of Palm Springs calif., it was announced yesterday by mrs. Fred Erick Stein jr., chairman of the featured artist committee of the Atchison Art association sponsor of the Art fair. Logan is a native of Kickapoo South of Atchison and has Many friends in Atchison. His wife Helen is a sister of Herbert Dietrich Pilot Here for the Mccormick distilling co. And mid West solvents co. Both have Many relatives in the Northeast Kansas area. A graduate of Leavenworth High school Logan played foot Ball and basketball there and was Captain of both teams Dur ing his High school career. He also starred in track. He was Well known to members of atch Ison High athletic teams during those years. He also won Fame at the University of Kansas Lawrence As a football player and later was an assistant Grid coach and Trainer at Kun. He also is for Mer Trainer and coach of ath Letic teams at the military dear editor the news is that our Public health service has Laboured and brought Forth some startling information to add to the common Stock of human knowledge. B52s Batter Cong buildup in a Shau still town in Arkansas Greenwood Ark. A Gowan a neighbor of the a Luke Davis wife and children vises had her Home destroyed sifted through fee rubble that too. Had been their horns. Every mrs. Mcgowan walked up world is Lay hugged Davis and said of said. Luke All we be got left is t a neighbor reported that mrs. There were scores of similar Mcgowan s daughter Patricia scenes saturday As Hie 4, upon seeing for the first time residents of this Western Arkan that her Home had been destroyed said Momma our Flower bed s Verna Hall lived about 100 Yards away. Her House was destroyed 3ie poked through the Sas town began digging out of the wreckage left by a killer Tor Nado Friday. State police said 13 persons were killed and 270 injured. The twister spawned by be softening up the been building up in the Valley but the appears to enem for a new valued since they overran the a v8 "6 y 10qked the a command said the Green Beret Camp there to for Saigon a air Force Shau Valley and Hue Are Strat fortresses from Guam and danger Points in South Thailand battered a buildup of Nam s Northern Frontier Reade i of w North vietnamese troops and spite a Lessen ing of enemy ores few storm levelled about half mercy. People have been killed it has found that Rich Young weapons Tatte a my pres the Ridings on me town Square All around and healthy people Are happier sou8ieast of Hue again sat the North vietnamese have damaged most of Bill Nublett of nearby mans flew surveyed what left dental neighbor the House and furnishings of his a Ere Camp there to Tot Southwest and son Charles Nublett who is in into better tax spenders Are eight engine 52s hew four mis March 1966. The allies say the Northeast of the St Fiare cutting Michigan. More Man half the happier than taxpayers. Sion sover fee Valley and a buildup represents a threat to a a rubble was wrapped around a 8galnst Neiny Hue 30 Miles to the East. North the pad Imperial vietnamese and Viet Cong w 15 Leet me continued on Page 11 Acott attacks fou owed a 1968 Over Smice of 160 miss Long Nown Day leading to speculation to Friday by air Force Navy and Saigon that the attacks May be Crossroads Una. Marine attack Pelt binary to a major Allied ing enemy Supply lines and Stor ground assault into the Strong. Age areas in North Vietnam is hold. Southern Panhandle Belon. The a Shau Valley is about 40 19th parallel. The Day before Miles South of Khe Sanh near american warplanes hew 145 the Border of Laos. Some a missions to the area. Officials have said some of the the attacks were within the North Viem amese who held the geographic limits set by presi Dent Johnson in his efforts to injuries received in a rail Start peace talks Hanoi. Rail crossing crash fatal to Lam employee annual awards dinner Jaycee honors to four Atchison men de Vanderweide Lynn Huff american legion Home. Meier it. James p. Brown and the four Young men were marines under siege at Khe Jaycee president Fred smart complimented and awarded their Sanh for 77 Days this year May were recipl8nts Hon plaques preceding the main adjoining the staff of the Boston red sox of the american league. During his work with athletes Logan invented and manufactured More than two dozen athletic products and co authored a text Book used by most High schools colleges and universities on training. Logan s interest in Art Start continued on Page 9 to Kan area effective june 1 first Layman Dean at St. Benedict s welter Cloudy showers High today in 70s. Or. Richard w. Sames pro Fessor of biology at Bellarmine College in Louisville ky., has been appointed the academic Dean of St. Benedict s College effective june 1, the Rev. Alcuin Hemmen president of the col lege announced yesterday. The Rev. Hilary Helm the present Dean will take a Sab Fri puts Ray on list of most wanted crossing Accident East at atch Ison on a 59 Between win Throp and the Armour y Junction Early yesterday morning proved William t. Keusey 36, employee at the Lam Atchison division of the Rockwell manufacturing co. Kelley who lived a Winthrop just across the Missouri River Bridge from Atchison died at the Atchison Hospital at 6 . Yesterday. His condition had been critical since he was taken to the Hospital following the Accident at . Yesterday. Kelley was driving a 1962 Ford that skidded on wet pave ment into a Missouri Pacific freight train at the crossing a hied strategists report the a continued on Page 11 Washington a what which is about two Miles East _ basical leave from the College nation s Roost men. Of Winthrop according to the Kansas partly Cloudy and to attend Colorado state col fresh pres. Missouri Highway patrol off warmer with thundershowers Likely East and Central tonight and tomorrow High today in 70s. Missouri partly Cloudy warmer with thundershowers tonight and tomorrow and High today 70-75. Rainfall .30 of an Inch. Total for april 3.20 inches. Normal for april 3.16 inches. Total for 1968 4.85 inches. Temperatures barometric pressure humidity and wind direction and velocity readings furnished by Atchison Cablevision inc., weather Channel thermometer readings 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . . Lege Greeley for graduate sure saturday when the Fri cers who investigated the acc studies in higher education. He placed on its mos wanted list Dent. It was reported Kelley s a fugitive convict accused of car was thrown about 40 feet murder in the assassination of into a ditch on the Side of the or. Martin Luther King or. Highway after it had struck the James Earl Ray a 40-year-old habitual criminal is being hunted by police from Border to Bor Der and beyond for the april 4 moving train at the crossing. Officers investigating the a continued on Page 2 ors bestowed by the Atchison dress of the evening by former Jaycees Friday night at the an Kansas City Star sports editor Nual awards dinner held at the Ernie Mehl who told the near capacity crowd that god does hot discriminate against us we discriminate against our receiving the award for the outstanding Farmer was Vander Weide. Ray Krupinski who ser Ved As master of ceremonies pointed out that Vanderweide a single Man of 21 started farm ing in 1964 with his father on a 240-acre rack. Now he farms 540 acres of which he owns 120 acres and rents the remainder. Of this area 405 acres Are in crops. Vanderweide also raises livestock including hogs and cattle. He was praised As a most outstanding Lynn Hoffmeier 26, married and the father of a daughter was cited As the most outstand continued on Page 9 receiving plaques at the annual Jaycee awards dinner Friday night were from left de Vanderweide outstanding Young Farmer Lynn Hoffmeier outstanding Young educator or. James f. Brown outstanding business personality and Fred smart Jaycee key award. Globe photo. Leader from Atlanta. The Fri always has limited its list of mos wanted criminals to 10 names but saturday it lengthened this Roll of Dishonour to 11 by adding Ray a White heavy loss of life in plane crash Kansas Industry week proclaimed Atchison this week pay Strib for the entire Ute to its f proclaimed trom april 21 or. Richard w. Sames or aliases. Ind Dixon to a state first de Fli rough april 27 Byg Robert Gree murder warrant issued in in a Purcil Amator ton is wanted on fed Friday on eral charges of conspiracy deny or King his civil and of night to escape confine in today i Jim we i Uro a Reinje g 61 St. Benedict s ment. The latter traces to is to Atchison s Many Fine Indus id Friday whereas the industries of the fore i Robert b. Docking there Are More than Vors at seven. To a tribute from item son mar great state of Kansas contribute governor of the stat of Kansas manufacturing forms lathe state Ita chant and others the Prosperity and Well being do hereby proclaim april 21 said governor ported injured in today s Issue of kansans through increased through april 27, 1968 As Docking contributing in sex reports Fror opportunities and Kansas Adji Stiv a Cess of one billion dollars in the to enc 707 9 . Low yesterday morning 48 60 for six and one half years. April 1967 escape from Missouri tries. _ _ _ _ or. Sames is the first Lay prison at Jefferson City where temperature7 a year ago today to Hom pos won of Dean he was starting his eighth year Low 58. Huh 76 rainfall a Benedicts on a 20-year sentence Tor armed there Are several reasons Why or. Sames Wai named As in announcing the a Prece barometer .29.9 steady fatter Alcuin said dented step of adding an Lith humidity.70% More than half of the teaching name to the most wanted to sw4 faculty Are laymen so it Weed Edgar hoc Wise to have a Layman in an ver announced it was done to upper level administrative to insure the widest possible do sit Ion. Sem nation of Ray s photograph River stages Omaha 6.6 no change. Nebraska City 9.2 Down 04. Rulo 9.0 no change. St. Joe 10.1 up 0.1. Atchison 13.s7 up 0.17. Leavenworth 9.4 up 0.1. Of his Many Fine qualifications As usual the Fri is appealing continued on Page 11 am a South african air ways jetliner carrying 117 Pas sengers and a Crew of 12 National Economy through governor Docking said that crashed and burned in rugged proclamation delivered greater contributions to the the statewide Industry week terrain after Takeoff saturday Gross National product and would pro vide an Opportunity for night a Hospital spokesman whereas Kansas industries kansans to publicly show their said Only six survived the people of Kansas Are engaged daily in building appreciation for the state s in the South african press Asso a better Kansas now there dust rial advancement. Clation put the number of Surv whereas the industries of the fore i Robert b. Docking there Are More than Vors at seven. Five of the survivors wore re some seriously. From the scene said opportunities and Kansas Industry week and Cess of one billion dollars in the Boeing 707 broke into four whereas the industries of urge that our citizens join me wages and salaries. Sections two of them flaming. It is certainly door Oriate this great state contribute to the in caressing our appreciation Are proud of these in wreckage was spread Over a to have a week Des mated As Genera economic Kalthof Kan to Kansas industries and let destries and want to impress five mile area. Industry week in Kansas and so through maintenance of know How glad we Are that kansans the Man pro a South african press Asso we Here in this Community Are property values and they Are Here in our great state ducts that Are made locally elation correspondent who hew fortunate in having Many Fine whereas the industries the Basic objective of Kan Many 8ervlces Over fee area said he saw Bod diversified said through taxes assist kansans in Sas Industry week is to general Docking stated that As i left the scene i saw one of Kansas Industry passenger and an american ear is Kansas in named Thomas the e building a better correspondent said. He was Marely governor Docking urged every besides Taylor the survivors citizen to pay special tribute to were said to include or. J. G. Department of Kansas industries and to thank Van Der Wath chairman of the is the industries of Kansas for their Sutti african Wool Board and Jack Windsor president of the paying the Cost of local and state by increase the Public s under Atchison chamber of com governments and standing and appreciation of the Merce in commenting on the whereas the industries of various commercial enter week i Observance. Kansas Aid in developing better Prises that make up the body of our Industry is a very in educational facilities and of Kansas however or. And description to help effect portent part of our Economy and port unities through taxes in said. Sames was Lelec Todon the Basil his earliest possible the Atchison chamber of com Dusty Grants sponsored re the Kansas search and endowments and economic development governor continued on Page 11 in. Withes to in tinted Success whereas the industries of state Agency not Only during this week but Kansas Are develop ing a. Trong program. Coordinating the contributions to the general the continued on Page 11

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