Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 22, 1966, Atchison, Kansas
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Official Publication NOTICE OF SUIT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: Laborious Brenner, James Tor-bett, Henry Beven, Fletcher Bollin, Hattie Bollen, if living, or if dead, then the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors and assigns of such defendants herein named of designated as may be deceased; tile unknown spouses of the defendants and each of them herein named or designated; the unknown officers, successors, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of the defendants herein named or designated as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations; the unknown executors administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, successors and assigns of such of the defendants herein named or designated as are or were partners or in partnership; the unknown guardians and trustees of such of the defendants herein named or designated as are minors or are in anywise under legal disability, and another persons who are or may be concerned. In the matter of the Estates of Ruth E. Speer and L. LeRoy Bollen.
You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in the District Court of Atchi son County, Kansas, by Willis L. Speer, Esther Chalfant, Eva Bollen, Beulah Jeanne Courtney and Geraldine E. Alvey, praying that the plaintiffs’ title be quieted to the following described real estate, to-wit:
The South One-half (S 1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SI 1/4) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Five (5),
Range Seventeen (17), Atchison County, Kansas,
The West One-half (AY 1/2) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-six (26), Township Five (5),
South of Range Seventeen (17), East of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Atchison County, Kansas,
and to determine descent on the estates of Ruth E. Speer and L. LeRoy Bollen, and you are hereby required to plead to said petition on or before the 23rd day of May, 1966, in said court at Atchison, Kansas. Should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition.
Willis L. Speer,
Beulah Jeanne Courtney and Geraldine E. Alvey,
McKelvy & O’Keefe 503 Commercial Street Atchison, Kansas Attorneys for Plaintiffs April 8, 15, 22, 1966
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Cars driven by Oley Wright, 60, 1316 North Sixth street,and Iva Moeck, 32, 1033 Hickory, collided at Eighth and Division streets at 8:12 p.m. yesterday. Wright was going west on Division and the Moeck car was crossing Division south on Eighth. Margareta S. Wright, 54. a passenger in the Wright car, and Mrs. Moeck suffered bruises. The cars were heavily damaged.
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Mrs. Juanita Allen, route 4. J he accident occurred in the 800 block on North Seventh street.
Alvin Wolfe, 1021 Division, was bitten on the left arm by a dog while Wolfe was fishing at Dam No. 5 yesterday afternoon. Police were unable to locate the dog. Alvin is a son of LeRoy Wolfe, who said the boy apparently was not seriously hurt.
Two boys who ran away from the Kansas Children’s Receiving Home were apprehended at Valley Falls early this morning, brought to the police station here and turned over to personnel at the receiving home.
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Mike Sherman, 916 North Seventh street, apparently was uninjured at 5:12 p.m. yesterday when he rode his bicycle into the side of a car driven by
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Official Publication PUBLIC NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that a petition has been filed in the office of the County C lerk of Atchison County, Kansas, and directed to tile Board of County Commissioners of Atchison County, Kansas, praying for vacation of Blair \ddition to the City of Atchison, Kansas, described as follows:
C ommencing 2204.8 feet South of the Northwest corner of Section Thirty-one (31), Township Five (5), Range Twenty-one(21) Atchison County, Kansas, thence I.ast 700.5 feet, thence North 416.46) feet, thence West 700.5 feet, thence South 416.46 feet to the point of beginning, said petition will be presented to said Board for a hearing thereon on May 23, 1966, at IO o’clock A.M. in the Commissioners’ Room in the County Court House, at Atchison, Kansas, at such time and place all persons interested can appear and be heard under said petition.
Dated tills* 20th day of April, 1966
Robert P. Snowden,
St. Benedict’s college
April 22, 29, May 6, 13, 1966
Official Publication IN THE PROBATE COURT OF ATCHISON COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of THOM AS WHITEHEAD, Deceased No. 7711
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 Maurice P. O’Keefe, Administrator, prayingfor final settlement of the estate, approval of his accounting, allowance of fees as requested and that the estate be assigned to Thomas Whitehead, Jr., or to the persons entitled thereto, and for such other and further relief as to the Court seems just and equitable, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 17th day of May, 1966, at ten o’clock a.m. of said day in said Court, in the city of Atchison, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition.
Maurice P. O’Keefe,
Petitioner O’Keefe, Ball,
McKelvy, & O’Keefe 503 Commercial Street Atchison, Kansas Attorneys for Petitioner April 22, 29, May 6, 1966
THIS MAP ON SUFFICIENCY ratings of highways in the state by the by refineries in Colorado.
Kansas Highway Commission indicates how far behind Northeast Kan- Pearson also asked the De-
sas is in sharing improvements in the state highway system. In the Partment of Agriculture to re-
legend accompanying the map the black shows a 60 below sufficiency '1®VV ,he Mex,.can* braceropro-
gram governing foreign farm rating and black dominates the Northeast Kansas area at the upper right, workers.
Polly's Pipe Cleaner Pointer
By Folly Cramer, Ncivspaper Enterprise Assn.
DEAR POLLY - I have two Pointers that help keep my sewing box neat. Pipe clean- Ja. ,
ers are just the thing to use to keep buttons in order. Sort the loose buttons and place on iH
the pipe cleaners according to size, color >**•.. jH
and style. Many buttons will stay on without jjp. M
even bending the ends of the pipe cleaner as the nap holds them in place. This makes it easy to remove or add to the collection.
Space can be left between the separate matching buttons of the same color. If the Pollv
button holes are large tile pipe cleaner ends may be bent.
I also keep a pin cushion glued to the inside top of tile box lid. Make it with a square of cardboard with a piece of cotton on top. Use a slightly larger piece of felt over the cotton and turn it under the edges of the cardboard. Glue in place and then glue Uie entire back and stick to the inside of the box lid. Place a weight on it until dry and insert needles and pins in the cushion so they lat flat and are not sticking out in tile way. - ELLA
DEAR POLLA - We all so often forget to fasten our car seat belts, especially on short trips. As a reminder I cut a small piece of cardboard (about I I/2 by 3 inches) and printed on it “FASTEN SEAT BELT.” I taped the top edge of this card to the dashboard just above tile ignition key hole so that the hole is partly' covered. The card can be lifted from the bottom to insert the key. We never fail to notice it. I like masking tape better than cellophane tape for this. - W ALTER
Thank you, Walter. We all need to be reminded about using our seat belts. How right you are about the short trips when we might think it scarcely worth the trouble. - POLLY
DEAR POLLA - A family of seven can use quite a lot of toothpaste so we worked out a very satisfactory system. My husband cmd I always start a new tube, use about a third of it and then pass it on to the children. We do not roll the end of the tube so tile little ones do not squeeze out too much at one time. Since starting this system our bathroom sink is no longer decorated with toothpaste. - HELEN
DEAR READERS - I think that is good thinking. When a tube is full even grownups have to watch or they squeeze out far more than needed. Nothing seems to stick tighter to a shiny, clean sink than toothpaste. - POLLY
Asks Review Of Beet Allotment
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. James B. Pearson, R - Kas. urged the Department of Agriculture to review its policy on transfer of unused beet sugar acreage allotments across state lines.
Pearson wrote Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman supporting a previous statement by Gov. William H. Avery that considerable quantities of acreage allotments in states surrounding Kansas have gone unused.
Pearson said that Kansas farmers are anxious to expand production and that they believe it would be reasonable to transfer unused allotments across state lines “rather than to see the production lost through default.”
Kansas has 21,000 acres of beet sugar producing land in western Kansas but has no processing plant. All production from Kansas is now processed
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Mrs. ( liar Ie s Horan, 910 North Second street, entered the Atchison hospital this morning for medical observation.
Funeral rites were held today at ll a.m. at Mount St. Scholas-tica for Sister Senorina Dignan, who died at the convent Tuesday. The solemn mass of requiem was offered by the Rev. David Finish, chaplain of the convent. Assisting as deacon and subdeacon, respectively, were the Rev. Theodore Eeuterman, chaplain of the college, and the Rev. Vernard Helger, Mount Academy chaplain. Sister Mary Howard Dignan, B.V.M., chairman of the department of psychology, Clarke college, Dubuque, la., niece of Sister Senorina and alumna of the Mount, was here for the rites. Other survivors are two brothers, lames Dignan, Denver, and f rank Dignan, San Jose, Calif., both unable to attend. Burial was in the convent cemetery. Harouff-Buis mortuary was in charge.
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Mrs. John Nass, 1225 Riverview Drive, is a patient at the Atchison hospital for medical treatment.
The Godding brothers have been “canning” their freshly planted posy garden at the Apco station just west of The Globe during the frosty nights.
The Methodist Mature Anears group will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the church. Special music will be presented by a high school vocal group under the direction of Basil Roark. Jostein By, AES student, will speak and show slides on his native Norway. Mrs. Eugene Price is chairman of the group.
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