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Atchison Daily Globe Newspaper Archives Aug 20 1967, Page 5

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Atchison, KansasCandid i mostly routine business is scheduled on the City commis Sion Agenda for its meeting at 4i30 . To Morrow at City Hall. The following items scheduled for action were listed on the Agenda released yesterday by City manager Tom Muehlen Becic ordinance Cov ering City expenditures for the first half of August. Reading of an Ordin Jln be authorizing and providing for the issuance of temporary improvement note in the amount of. 00 to provide funds for Street resurfacing Street and Al Ley paving and sanitary sewer projects until such time As Bonds Are issued. Bids will also be received on the temporary note. Reading of an Ordin Ance levying a general tax on All real and personal property in the City this year for the purpose of providing for the expenditures of the City in 1968, the Mill Levy is 36.2453 As approx e d following a Public hearing on we 1968 budget held at last week s meeting. Set a bid letting Date Proba 2 . Sept 6 for the construction of sanitary sewers in Millwood Heights. The commission will also hold first Reading on two ordinances pertaining to the Lincoln Grain co. And Boos Brothers fertilizer Plant in connection with the use of a lease for Industrial Railroad right of Way along the Missouri River waterfront. The first ordinance amends a contract with cd of Grain co., which was purchased by Lincoln Grain to change the name to Lincoln Grain for use of the trackage leading to the Barge loading facility on River Road. The second ordinance includes both Lincoln Grain and Boos Brothers for use of the Railroad tracks formerly a Spur of the Burlington Railroad in a con tract with the City. Hearing on alleged nuisances located at 1011 North seventh abandoned 506 South fifth dead and 713 w dead i presentation of business by citizens. City manager s report. There s nothing like a Penthouse Chat and nibble club when the girls want to escape from the crowd and have a quiet Little gossip fest. Atchison Globe s sunday August 20, 1967 bound Over in larceny Case Here Edward Leroy Wolfe to Street was bound Over to Atchison county District court on grand larceny charges after a preliminary hearing in City court Friday. He was released under a Bond. Robert Duncan presided As judge pro Tern at the hearing and continued the Case against John Vernon Trower jr., East Laramie who faces similar charges. The two were arrested june 29 by police after they were questioned in connection with the theft of an air conditioner from the Vicinity of the Blair milling elevator co., inc. Tenth and main streets. Police reported the air conditioner was stolen from the East Side of the Blair office build ing and was located later Dur ing their investigation at Wolfe s Home. The air conditioner was to City National Bank mrs. Sandy Schuetz has re signed her position at the Exchange National Bank where she was atelier. Her is employed at the Lam. Mrs. Richard Durkin the for Mer Jeanne Handke is due to return to work tomorrow at the City National Bank following a vacation and honeymoon. Teach in Catherine Ann of Wichita Are City . Weekend guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Brownae mrs Kristek s Mother mrs. Remodelling one of their houses James f. Carrigan 425 North in Cummings and mrs. Mabel second Street. Shaffer of Effingham will move into the House and make her Home there. Mrs. Shaffer is an aunt of mrs. Brown. Or. . Keirns celebrated a birthday recently and was guest at a dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. Gilber Keirns. Mrs. Perry Higley and mrs. Arthur Fuhrman celebrated birthdays aug. 11 and mrs. , Kaighin celebrated aug. 16. Two stray Kittens wandered into the Cummings methodist Church sunday morning during services. One Kitten was in a comfortable spot at the Kneel ing Bench of the communion rail and the other ventured to the pulpit. They remained at their chosen locations during the Bap postmaster John Smith we dismal services of the Daugh expect the Post office air Condi ters of or. And mrs. William toners to arrive any Day now have been installed at Blair s by Hall Mary Diane and Pamela and probably before the Snow March furniture co. Richard or. George Kautz has re Blohm reported he had unload turned after a visit with rela de the air conditioner from a Tives in Oklahoma. Guests

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