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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Atchison, Kansas2 Atchison Globe sunday August 29, 1967 up up and away go the front wheels in the tractor pulling contest Friday at the atch Lgon county fair in Effingham. Friday was the closing Day of the four Day event. Romney to go stumping this month mac5onac Island Mich. A gov. George Rinney one of the top contenders for the 19g8 Republican presidential nomination will begin at the end of this month a series of speaking engagements taking him to 15 states by the end of october authoritative sources said saturday night. In Between the engagements Rinney is expected to make a tour of Europe to meet Heads of state and bring himself up to Date on european matters involving the United states. The series of engagements Many of them to boost gop candidates and raise fluids for the party Mark renewed vigor on Romney s part in his apparent quest for the nomination. Except for a tour of five West Larry Rogers Horton shows his Champion shorthorn steer Ern states february rom sold at auction Friday night for 31 cents a Pound to the Atchison Ney. Has confined his speaking coca cola bottling co. And weighed 928 pounds Larry to Brief trips Sand i t v i Finckh hit is a member of the Brush Creek 4-h club and is a son of or. And mrs. Ralph Rogers. Globe photos. Former county resident Dies in crash Clark Snyder Caldwell ida., formerly of Effingham was killed in a car train crash Friday night near Superior neb., Effingham relatives have been notified. His brother Claude Snyder was seriously injured in the crash and is in a Hospital at Superior. Or. Snyder was a son of the late Joe and Mary Snyder of Effingham. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Jack Phyllis Ashford Cald Well three Sisters mrs. Robert Schurman Effingham mrs. Charles Underwood Esbon and mrs. Helen Peets Stockton Calif. And another brother Frank Snyder Hill City. Members of the family were planning to attend a reunion to Day at Beloit. Mrs. Schurman and other Effingham relatives have gone to Superior. The Brothers were apparently in route to Beloit at the time of the Accident. Details were not available Here yesterday. Today in Washington wicked around his duties As governor. The series of speeches begins aug. 30 at Springfield mo., the source said. Other states on the Agenda Are Arizona Colorado Illinois Iowa Maine Massachusetts Rhode s Dakota the Ness to Bouzi Dakota Tennessee Washington a sen. Told there Are Only about 50 of Joseph s. Clark d-pa., called these wild Birds in the wild and saturday for a total cutoff of in Captivity. . Arms Aid to the military re the studies the department Gime now ruling Greece. That step would serve notice this country does not in any nation of sex of Young Birds and is theodot tentatively set Way condone the Assumption of pah them off under conditions Kornev s tour of eur Trae More Ideal for development. It is difficult to determine sex of these Birds before they Are so in. Early determination of the department said could be relatively few of these Power by a Small unrepresentative minority in Greece Clark said. He made Public the text of a speech he plans to delivery monday in the Senate. Reported saturday make it pos Sibleton make an Early deter i oct 6j and it is at for be. Meanwhile politics took a Brief Back seat saturday As Romney led newsmen and their wives through a whirlwind schedule of Iun and relaxation. Housing loan approved at Horton by Mary Grebb Horton depart ment of housing and Urban development has cancelled the preliminary note of the Horton housing authority. This note was issued by the pub Lic housing authority to Aid in financing the preliminary sur Veys and planning of Horton s Low rent project at the time it was started last october. Chairman . Trompeter of the local housing authority said this initial financing has n o w been cancelled by a regular loan from Pha for the project Here. The cancelled note held no per Sonal responsibility or accountability for the City of Horton nor members of the Horton housing authority. All regular Pha Loans will be paid by hous ing rentals Over a period of 40 years. Ered Basket of food and own table service. Mrs. Will Clarke had charge of the contests with mrs. Bar Nard Larson winning the soap contest. Bingo was also played with Many winning prizes. Escape serious injury in 2-car crash occupants of two cars were shaken up but apparently no one was seriously injured when the vehicles collided at 10 . Friday one and one half Miles East and one fourth mile North of Effingham on k-9. Steven Suiter 15, Effingham was driving West and turning South at the Jim Christie Corner when his car hot a station Wagon driven by Corlos Jack Baldwin muscle Shoals ala., headed East. Undersheriff Les Delfelder said Baldwin unfamiliar with the Highway he saw he was approaching a Corner and the Baldwin vehicle swung to the left in front of the Sutter car. Janet Hinz 15, Hiawatha was a passenger in the Sutter vehicle. Mrs. Peggy Baldwin 33, wife of Corlos Baldwin Anthe Ritwo children Michael 6, and Peli cad 4, were passengers in the station Wagon. Michael was examined by a physician after the Accident but apparently was not Hurt. Both cars were heavily dam aged. These students of the Louis Murek school of accordion Here won first place trophies in the mid America music association festival held aug. 4-6 in St. Louis to. Pictured front from left Rodney barns Lora Jean Smith Leo Davis. Second Row Steven Jones Dianna Armstrong daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Arm Strong route 3 Debbie Wagner Darlene Frederick Connie Drimmel daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence Drimmel route 4 Barbara Park Thresa Vanderstay Larry Lee. Not pictured Are David Mcevoy and Marshland Wayne Myers Lancaster. Students pictured whose addresses Are not Given Are All from leaven Worth. Winning both Solo and duet trophies were David Mcevoy Steven Jones Thresa Vanderstay Dianna Armstrong and Connie Drimmel. Or. And mrs. Armstrong and or. And mrs. Drimmel accompanied their daughters to the festival. Washington a Agri culture department scientists have come up with genetic stud ies that May help save the must be Able to sex craves As As Post ble so that pairs can be is ranging course tothe whooping Crane and other Spe table Sherand where necessary e also caused for Ciesol wildlife from extinction isolated the we nuts 13s o Romney Sholdan informal ses wildlife authorities have been is King on to was billed working hard and with no recognizing Poesy b on great degree of Success to try breeders and rejecting the less to save the whopping Crane. All Fevo Rable. Played Host to about 40 news men their wives and a group of Romney aides and political backers. The session Al the governor s summer mansion on Mackinac Island was a reunion for news men and aides who accompanied Romney on his tour of Sev eral Western states last february Terrell Handke of Horton and Jim Clements insurance of Leroy Schrader of Lancaster All kinds. Em7-5222. Are among 11 future Farmers mrs. . Risse continues to of America in Kansas to re improve following surgery chive general achievement thursday at research Hospital awards provided by the Santa Kansas City to. She was Able be Railroad to enable them to to be up for a Short time in a attend the National Fra con wheel chair yesterday. Her mention to be held in Kansas Mother mrs. Jim Callahan of City in october. The awards Lancaster who had been in a spendthrift is a Man who was announced in connection Kansas City makes his heirs Gray with Santa be s 1967 College be with her daughter returned Marlena Sanders daughter of scholarship awards for Fra Home Friday night. Or. Risse or. And mrs. Merle Sanders members won by Earl me and his Mother mrs. Dora Cummings recently completed Vicker of Beeler and Rich Risse 621 North fourteenth summer school at Kansas state Ard Snyder of Natoma in Kan Street Are spending the weekend University. She is majoring in a Kansas City. Home economics. Other Horton news miss Mable Weaver will re sent the following pupils inapt Ano recital at the methodist Church tuesday at . Jill Gaskell Joann uber Judy uber Sheryl thin Deann Benthin Arthur w e n g e a Lynn Rogers Gary Hochstettler Jamie Schesser Jill Scott Robin Scott Susie Gordon Nina Adford Kay stir ton Anna Ramirez Andy Tor Kelson Foster Deloras Cattrell. Susan Ketter and Bev Erly Weaver. The Public i Sinai Ted. The head Start group in Wil Lis had a covered dish dinner for parents and pupils thursday night at the school there. Thig was the last meeting of parents instructors and anyone who was interested in the program. Jeanette Hoel daughter of or. And mrs. Gene Hoel 1121 Kan Sas Avenue who was graduated from Atchison High school this Spring has a year Harry Doherty foun Dation scholarship by the cities service Gas co. Or. Hoel is a cities service employee and the scholarships Are awarded to High school graduates of Mem Bers of cities service families who have achieved High academic ratings. Jeanette will attend Emporia state College As a freshman this fall. She is also the recipient of the Atchison cily teachers association scholarship of a year and a smaller estate scholarship. Or. And mrs. Harry Ham jr., and family spent the weekend Here with his parents or. And mrs. Harry Ham 320 l Street after a three week vacation trip to the West coast. The planned to leave today for their Home in Indianapolis. Attempt to control fire in Montreal Montreal a fire surged out of control at a Treal gasoline and fuel Oil depot late saturday afternoon. Weary firemen poured water Over tanks not yet ignited by the 1 Blaze that had raged since be fore Dawn. Towering flames and Cloud s of Black smoke were visible for Miles. Fire fighters tried to save a nearby 3.5 million gallon gasoline tank. Flames enveloped two huge Oil tanks each with a capacity of to Gallons. One Oil tank blew up shortly before noon Hospital zing one Foreman with severe Burns. Six others were seared and required treatment. Three Oil trucks exploded in the Early hours of the fire which broke out about a in. Near a loading ramp in the depot of the Cal Tex Oil co., a subsidiary of the new England Petroleum co the fire covered an area about half the size of a City Block at the Cal Tex depot on notre Dame Street in the East end of Montreal Island. Cabbages Are giants in the Potter area gardens this year As these two Young ladies display a 20 Pound head taken from de Timpe s vegetable Patch at Potter. The girls Are Lisa left and Lauri Lohman daughters of or. And mrs. Lester Lohman of pot Ter. The picture was entered in the Globe new photo contest. Net in robbery three masked men overpowered the night watchman in the Deposit room at orly Airport s freight depot Early saturday and got away with Gold bars jewels and Bank notes valued by police at 000. He told police later the three quietly had Cut the huge Safe open with a blow Torch then calmly walked away with their loot. This was the biggest Holdup at the Airport since 1948, when Gold bars Worth were taken by gangsters who later were arrested. Sas. The county line club met thursday at the Home of mrs. Anna Molt. Mrs. Wayne Lentz received a birthday gift from her secret pal. Mrs. Will Clarke presented mrs. Molt with the hostess gift. It was voted to have the sep tember meeting a family picnic at Mission Lake sept. 24, at . Each taking a Cov established 1898 Down through the years. Over families remember. The funeral Home they could lean on depend time of need. Sawin Dyer Jay Dyer Nell Sharp Harold Dyer mrs. Beulah Kidwell and granddaughter Rosemary 308 North seventh Street and mrs. Minerva rus sell 1204 Ridge Road have re turned from vacationing in the Shephard of the Hills area and table Rock Lake in Missouri. Members of the Atchison shrine club and their wives enjoyed a hamburger Fry Friday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Doc Davenport on Forest Park Hill. The Fry was held on Thelan at the Davenport Home and Roscoe maycroft was head chef with de Warren mrs. Harold Willis an mrs. Cobham assisting. Harold Willis an Doc Davenport were co chairmen in making arrangements for the annual Outing. Bill Watkins program chair Man for the Atchison kiwanis club said yesterday that Frank Tungett manager of the Fox theater would discuss the movie Industry and show a film at the club s luncheon meeting minor Row at Thompson s restaurant. an mrs. Florence Ochs both employed at Lockwood co., inc., spent their vacations in the Bahamas. Everybody reached for extra blankets Early yesterday As it Felt like september morn arrived ahead of schedule. Mrs. Floyd Sappington is on vacation from her Job at the City National motor Bank and mrs. Bill Lynn is substituting for her. Bargains in the want ads. Russ Townsley if today s grandmothers had had today s fashions when they were Young their granddaughters probably would have been several years reliefs it of Voo Atchison Flower and gift shop 7th Moll Ell 7-0123 watch repair guaranteed satisfactory Santa be Missouri Pacific watch inspectors Runyans jewellers 513 Cohete facial. Where can i get a personal loan Exchange National Bank whatever your financial need remember we make Loans at Low Bank rates for every worthwhile purpose. Convenient repayment too 110th year of service to Atchison b the mall 6th em7-6000 member . Exchange National Bank

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