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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Atchison, KansasT the window please by Mike Mcdermott you can pay most traffic fines at the municipal court clerk window without even appearing before the judge under a new system Here. Emergency action by the City commission was necessary to implement this and other municipal court changes on april 1. The changes were outlined in a Bill passed by the state legislature. Traffic cases still comprise the bulk of those matters heard in the municipal court of judge Richard Dempster. Traffic fines May be paid to the court clerk at the West end of City Hall. However there Are instances where a court appearance is mandatory under the new Law. Judge Dempster reports that a defendant must appear before him on traffic cases involving reckless driving driving while intoxicated driving without suspended or revoked License offences arising from motor vehicle accidents speeding in excess of 15 Miles Over the posted limit or second moving violations within a year s time. Those charged under criminal statutes must appear before the judge unless otherwise notified. Court costs have been eliminated under the new state legislation and the Fine schedule Here has been revised. The judge and clerk Betty Carr consult a Sheet listing 60 common offences with fines ranging from to Many of the fines remain the same none have been lowered and some were increased during a review of the Fine Structure by the judge and City attorney. Both officials explained the new court system to police officers Here before its implementation. Judge Dempster stressed the Point that the Fine Structure Only represents minimum penalties and the court is still Able to impose maximum Misdemeanour penalties Fine or six months in jail or both on any charge. In revising the Fine Structure Here judge Dempster said he reviewed the Structure of City court and those of neighbouring counties. Largest minimum Fine under the new Structure is for driving while intoxicated with liquor or drugs where a collision is involved. The new minimum for Dpi with no collision is Kines have also been in creased for traffic counts Sulci As joyriding. Careless driving failure to yield right of Way unnecessary noise drag racing following too closely traffic interference driving on the right Side and illegal u turn. Most of these Rose from to the court s minimum Structure has also been hiked for offences such As littering consumption of Beer in Public and hitchhiking. Mrs. Carr clerk of the court and Margaret Vollmer Deputy clerk keep a docket of those who pay at the window and in court for their records and publication purposes. All traffic violators Are now issued a notice to appear in a traffic summons which has been common Here for Many years. Right now the police department is using a Large mimeographed appearance notice but traffic safety director capt. Don Hunsaker who also had input into the revision of the Fine Structure expects delivery of smaller notice booklets in the near future. A new offence for municipal court will be fines relating to the recently passed inoperable or abandoned vehicle ordinance but judge Dempster indicated that he has not had time to review provision of the new ordinance. No Fine has been set Here but the judge expects to hear a wide continued on Page 11 Atchison Globe 25 per copy Atchison Kansas sunday april 21, 1974 28 pages ninety seventh year 29531 a relatively new window at City Hall is that of the Atchison police department business office and records room. Under municipal court changes implemented Here april 1, fines for a number of traffic charges May be paid directly to either Betty Carr clerk of the court or Margaret Vollmer Deputy clerk without an appearance before judge Richard Dempster. Municipal court costs have been eliminated under the new state statute and appearance is mandatory for Only a half dozen traffic offences. Above mrs. Carr behind window accepts payment of Fine from a traffic violator. Globe photo. State music festival has musicians win Many top ratings overheard if work is a virtue then some people Are living in sin instrumental music students at Atchison High school directed by Corwin Elliott received ten no. No. 2, and two no. 3 ratings at the state music festival at Emporia Friday and yesterday. The concert band received top ratings for programming and sight Reading and among the three judges one designated the band As no. 1 plus. Soloists receiving no. 1 Bond vote tuesday us 429 of Troy will vote on a Bond Issue tuesday to finance addition to the High school a new Middle school and additions to the Grade school. Polls will be open from 7-a.m. To 7 . In the High school gymnasium. Any citizen 18 years of age who is a resident of. The District and properly registered May vote. The planned addition High school includes a gymnasium for boys and girls physical education classes and a Standard size High school basketball playing court. Seating space for 924 spectators will be provided and there will be new dressing room facilities. The new addition will be North of the High school East of and will connect to both. A new Middle school for grades 6, 7 and 8, is to be constructed on land immediately North of the High school shop building. The addition to the Grade school will include two classrooms of 900 Square feet each at the Southwest Side of the present building. Ratings included the following Diane Walters violin Sherry Elliott cello Chauncey Reid flute Brenda Elliott flute Karen Schmidt Bassoon. Trumpet Quarter brass sextet and flute quartet also received no. 1 ratings. Alan Soden Mike Schmidt Alan Melton and David Brant Are members of the trumpet quartet. Mike Butler David out ton Mike Dykstra Chris Wilderson Fruend and Chuck Kingston Are members of the brass sextet. Brenda Elliott Beth Shrack Anne Taylor and sue Brooks Are members of the flute quartet. The no. 2 ratings included Junior senior High orchestra in performance and sight Reading. Chuck Kingston trumpet Alan Soden trumpet Craig Schlattmann trombone Mark Butler trombone Cheryl Miller violin Darby Seeley oboe Diane Draper clarinet and voice. Clarinet quartet Daine Draper Debbie Kuhn Linda amidst escalated fighting . Peace efforts praised by Sadat those attending the Atchison Coin and stamp show yesterday at the Atchison county historical society museum 1440 North sixth Street expressed much interest in a 200 ounce Silver Bullion Brick provided through the Exchange National Bank Trust co from left Are or. And mrs. Harry Kew father Felix Nolle and mrs. Forrest Hughes viewing the Silver being held by Dean Miller. The show continues from 12 to 5 . photo. 12 random victims Zebra killer haunts Frisco by the associated press Egypt had glowing words sat urday for . Peace efforts in the Middle East even As syrian and israeli gunners traded artillery fire on the tense Golan Heights front. President Anwar Sadat made the remarks As he accepted the credentials of Hermann Eilts the first american ambassador to Cairo since the june 1967 was the first time in two years Sadat greeted a new ambassador. The Wisdom of president Nixon and continuing efforts of or. Kissinger have made peace possible in the Region for the first time in 26 years 1 Hope the efforts will achieve their to Kan area he said. I Hope that you carry my Best wishes to our Friend presi Dent Nixon and All wishes to the american people and my Best wishes for your Success in your on Friday Nixon accepted the credentials of Egypt s new ambassador to the United states Ashraf Horbal. Sadat has recently praised Nixon for his efforts in the Middle East leading to a Sepa ration and disengagement of extortion plot forces of the Suez front and for similar efforts on the syrian front. Meanwhile there were unconfirmed reports that Egypt rejected offers of an israeli withdrawal from Sinai because Cairo wants to coordinate strategy with Syria. Exclusive offers of israeli withdrawal from Sinai were put Forward to Egypt last week but Egypt rejected them because she is waiting to move with Ihsan Abdelkodous continued on Page 11 kidnapped banker swims to Freedom . Found by police wet and inf sunday t a i continued on Page 11 Crossroads report dear editor my a simple neighbor has been Reading the ads lately about How to get Rich by buying Silver and holding it while the Price goes up. He says it appears that numerous people who have some Silver to sell Are spending considerable Money on advertising that the stuff is bound to be Worth a lot More dollars in the threatening future. But he is glad there Are so Many big hearted folks wanting to let him share in the Silver profits Bonanza by Selling him some of theirs at now prices. Darkened streets. But now the area is shudder ing at the Zebra killer or killers and the sym ionese liberation army. The band of Sla terrorists claims to have murdered Oakland school supt. Marcus Foster last nov. 6, to have kid naked newspaper heiress Patri Cia Hearst feb. 4, and had her along for the robbery of a san Francisco Bank last tuesday. In each Zebra Case the gun Man has been Black the victim White and apparently chosen at random. Police say As Many As four Black men May be in continued on Page 12 project called the Pink pal you re scared now about the Zebra. But zebras Are every where. Zebra or no a lot of people Are just scared All the time. That s the Zebra on the lips of children and frightened Resi dents and crackling Over hundreds of police radios is a killer named from the a radio Channel used by police. Since november the Zebra outlined a few proposals aimed at continuing the spirit of cooperation he said began in the hemisphere six months ago. However most of his outline covered previously stated Points and did not provide specific answers. Kissinger said the major change in past relations be continued on Page 11 by Joseph r. Tybor associated press writer Chicago j. Daley who Rose from a demo cratic precinct Captain 40 years ago to head one of the most powerful political organizations in the nation began his 20th year As mayor of Chicago sat urday. No i Don t say i m a pow Erful Man. I m an Ordinary mayor and Ordinary citizen trying to do what every mayor tries to said Daley who has served As mayor of Chi Cago longer than anybody else in the City s history. I love the office of mayor and i love the people of Chi Cago. And this is the reason i have stayed. I never Felt i would have this Opportunity years ago when i was running by Victoria Graham associated press writer san Francisco a go away Zebra. Don t kill me Zebra go the child shrieks at the playmate who stalks him in the shadows of a victorian Shell about to be razed by a redevelopment Bull a woman glances nervously urges greater collaboration up at a heavy web of trolley e wires then Down at the bus zone in gathering darkness. I can almost see the red stains still. It must be my imagination about the she looks Over her shoulder pulls her coat closer and hurries off. A Black Man called Bill Atlanta a. A pro cracks open a door in a Pink claiming the policy of the Concrete Dinosaur of a housing Good Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger on saturday urged a greater spirit of inter american collaboration and consultation. In an address to the organization of american states he said the major aim of hemispheric leaders should be to meet the demand of our peo Ples for Justice and but in his Call for Unity and Solidarity Kissinger did not re Fer to the a major problem that divides the Oas the exclusion of Cuba from economic gunman has stalked and shot 18 and political contacts within the Crossroads u. S. A. Men and women murdering 12 hemisphere. Of them in a City renowned . Officials explained this off the omission As an attempt to avoid any actions that could weaken president Nixon s support at Home in his efforts to fight impeachment. But the delegates were not allowed to forget Cuba As an is sue. Argentine foreign minister Alberto j. Vignes said in a speech that preceded Kissin Ger s that talk of Justice and humanity must apply to the government of Fidel Castro. Cuba s exclusion an Vignes Saia. What May have been appropriate 10 years ago is anachronistic and he went on. Not Only does Cuba s isolation dam ago the cuban people Vignes said it also paralyses hemispheric activity and More important creates Vignes indicated that in spite of . Wishes the Oas meet ing should review the situation involving the Havana govern ment during the sessions Over the next two weeks. Kissinger who returns to Washington sunday morning partly Cloudy with showers ending today. High in the Low 70s. Kansas showers and thunderstorms ending this morning with decreasing cloudiness. Partly sunny West. High 70s to Low sos. Partly Cloudy to Clear tonight and monday. Low tonight mid 305 Northwest to the 40s Southeast. High monday mostly in the 70s. and thunderstorms Likely today. Windy and warm. High today near 80. Chance of showers Southeast tonight. Clear or Clearing elsewhere. Turning cooler with the Low in the mid to upper 40s. Partly sunny and a Little cooler monday with the High in the Low to mid 70s. Precipitation rain .50 of an Inch. Total for april .70 of an Inch. Normal for april 3.6 inches. Total for 1974 4.14 inches. Thermometer readings banker Albert l. Dantzler said saturday his reputation As a practical joker made him fear for his life after he was Kidnap de and ordered to phone a ran som demand to his Bank. I m known As a practical Dantzler said from his Hospital bed. I was afraid they the Bank might have thought i was Dantzler 43, spoke to news men at Broward general Hospi Tal where he was admitted sat urday morning after being to Avert violence shaken in the front Yard of a beachfront Home. He said he was kidnapped from his Hallandale Home thursday night by two men who ordered him to phone officials at City National Bank with a demand. Dantzler an assistant vice president at the Bank said he phoned the Ransom demand to the Bank Friday morning after being taken to an unknown to continued on Page 11 Henry ignores cuban colombian troops alerted _ thermometer readings to 1 Issue in Oas speech is s during National elections to Finta Rel Nokia to 1c u in 6p.m 7p.m .4 .60 9p.m .58 Low 4b temperatures a year ago today Low 54, High 74 precipitation a Trace. Taken at 1 . Barometer.29.75falllng humidity .96percent wind.7s River stages Omaha up .1 Nebraska City 10.3 Down .1 Rulo 10.9 up .1 St. Joe 12.2 up .2 Atchison 14.8 Down .1 holding open House today Bogota Colombia a tens of thousands of troops were on Alert saturday in preparation for Colombia s National elections in which soaring inflation and deep rooted social problems Are key issues. Government officials predicted that balloting sunday would be peaceful despite two Days of demonstrations and guerrilla activity which left seven persons dead. Leftist guerrillas and student demonstrators claim the elec Tion is a farce although for begins 20th year in Chicago Daley just an Ordinary mayor9 around the stockyards area Daley was sworn in As mayor for the first of his five 4-year terms april 20, 1955. He still lives in the same neighbourhood where he was raised on the Southwest Side near the famed stockyards. His Home an expanded Brick Bungalow is undistinguishable from others in the neighbor Hood except for the two uni formed policemen who stand Security out front. Daley will be 72 in May but remains in Good health. In a Chat with reporters Friday he said he has not yet decided whether to seek a sixth term next year a possibility he said he has been discussing with his family. Daley and his wife Eleanor have seven children and eight grandchildren. They Are a close knit family and the mayor still tries to make it Home every evening in time for his wife s cooking. Three years ago on their 35th wedding anniversary mrs. Daley said once he comes Home and closes that door he ceases being the mayor. He s the husband a very kind and gentle Man. My Job is keeping him fit and Happy. Then he s ready for whatever happens to him at City in his talk with reporters Daley said he could have been the nominee for governor in 1960 but rejected the Chance be cause of the candidacy of John f. Kennedy for president. A continued on Page 11 the new colonial drive up facility of Exchange National Bank and Trust co., 413 South tenth Street will hold a special open House Between noon and 5 . Today. Refreshments will be available to those touring the new building which also houses colonial finance co., a new loan company Here. Mrs. Janice Goodell former Teller at the main Bank is manager of the Exchange 1 new facility and Stevo sales formerly of Kansas City manager of colonial finance. Globe photo. The first time in 16 years it is open to candidates representing All of the country s political parties. Five candidates including latin America s first woman presidential aspirant Are vying for the presidency with Liberal party candidate Alfonso Lopez Michelsen the leading con tender according to opinion polls. Alvaro Gomez Hurtado the candidate of the ruling conservative party is expected to give Lopez the toughest com petition with Maria Eugenia Rojas de Moreno of the popu list Anapo party a possible con tender. Two other candidates representing extremist splinter parties Are Given no Chance of Victory. Since 1958, the conservative and Liberal parties have alternated Rule under a National front government because the Constitution until this year prohibited any other party from participating. Government officials predict less than half of the country s nearly 10 million voters will j cast ballots despite a 32 per cent inflation rate rising unemployment and a failing agr Arian Reform program. The nine month Campaign was generally peaceful until thursday night when two Stu dents were killed during demonstrations at National univer sity in Bogota. Student leaders said an undercover policeman did the shooting. On Friday police said leftist continued on Page 11 Wise is the housewife who cleans closets with want ads. Pm. 307-0583 for

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