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5 Dec 1977

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5 Dec 1977

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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 5, 1977, Atchison, Kansas Yuri 1877 1977 his Atchison daily Globe fifteen cents pkg Opy Atchison. Kansas Monda n dec pm Hek 5. 1977 18-p Aci is or Leaky Hull of Weston contends anyone who thinks marriage is a 50-50 proposition Doe in 7 Knou the half of it announce sanctions against Anwar Sadat Tripoli Libya apr five Arab opponents of egyptian peace overtures to Israel formed a a confrontation front against president Anwar Sadat today and announced political diplomatic and Token economic sanctions against him. But Iraq walked out of the Tripoli Summit meeting because the conference did not produce a Flat renunciation of possible peace negotiations. As the Hartline arabs joined in attacking Sadat a single handed diplomacy . Officials disclosed in Washington that Secretary of state Cyrus r. Vance would visit Arab and israeli capitals beginning this weekend to assess prospects for a comprehensive peace settlement. The officials said Vance would go to Egypt. Israel Lebanon Jordan and saudi Arabia they said Only a technical problems were holding up a visit to Syria As Well. In another development Uganda s president Idi Amin departed his country for Libya saying he would discuss the Mideast situation with libyan leaders. Amin has had close ties with Tripoli for several years. The syrians joined with Libya Algeria South Yemen and the palestinian guerrilla movement in signing a final communique Here that called for a a a freeze in diplomatic relations with Egypt. The iraqi walkout also resulted from the conferences decision to establish the a a front catching up with former Globe carriers responding to the Globe request in connection with its Centennial year Hank Kesse 1005 Price Boulevard a Carrier from 1928 to 1932, who reported he purchased his route from Edward Reinhardt. A my route started right across the Street from the old Globe office at fifth and main a Hank said in a note to g. A a some customers at that time were Joe and Olive Vest the Bill porters Waisner amp shelver Latenser music store Burbank print shop Price hotel Tucker fruits Voorhees Pool Hall Melrose Market Cupie a cafe Daniels motor co., Long Oil co., Don Ashmun mrs. Odgen Agnes Gray the norths Pruett hotel Hanna poultry Glenn Busenbarrick Jim be Leys. Best girl Friend on my route was Ella Roser at Hank said he sold his route to the late Carl Benson when he took Over handling the Globe circulation she is not the former Globe Carrier she writes about mrs. Jack Louise Lyndon Blanford 2404 Alturas drive Bakersfield calif., is a former Globe reporter. The Carrier is her sister miss Honora Lyndon now living in Sun qty ariz., 9402 Raintree drive 85351. Here a Louise a interesting letter in part a dear a you probably never knew that my sister Honora once carried the Globe. I done to know if she was ten even at the time but she had her route about 1918 or 1919, i would , was dubious about her having a paper route but our great aunt mrs. Charles Poehler the matriarch of the Lyndon families Felt very strongly that a even girls should be taught at an Early age about the value of Money and the work entailed in earning it. So nonies Honora a nickname paper route was bought from Dan Colfer who lived across the Street from us on Mound Street. Nonie was the logical one to continue Don page9 continue Don page9 Jack Maes retires at count Home by Margaret Schwein Jack Maes administrator at the Atchison county nursing Home since april i 1965, has accepted mandatory retirement from that Post he announced this morning. Quot i know i could continue to Winter storm hits Atchison and area by Steve Pickman Globe area editor motorists and pedestrians in Atchison and the to Kan area had to Deal with blizzard like conditions this morning when Snow driven by Strong northwesterly winds sickened the streets and highways and caused poor visibility. The Snow began falling in Atchison Early this morning and by 8 a rn., began accumulating on the ground. At times visibility was limited to about half a Block. City trucks were sent out shortly after 10 30 a m to Salt and Sand the streets. The state department of transportation had Crews out As Early As 5 30 a rn., according to Andrew Kurtz Highway superintendent. He described the highways As being a Snow noon today because of weather conditions. It was reported that Between. St. One and two inches of Snow had Effingham fallen in Horton this morning though it was hard to take an accurate measurement because of the wind. In Effingham the ground was completely covered by to a in the us 377 superintendents reported that there would be no school cancellations today. A Little More than an Inch of continue Don page9 investigate crash of hijacked Airliner about 20 of the 93 passengers were foreigners. Sou be amp at the Kuala Bumpur Airport said the Pilot radioed that members of the japanese red army took Over the plane but the airline said it could not confirm this and did not know How Many hijackers there were. They took Over the plane about to minutes after it left heaven and hello was the caption Given by Globe staffer Steve Pickman for this picture he took at the april 12 fire which destroyed the St. Louis Catholic Church at Good intent. It won first prize this weekend in the Small newspaper division of the Missouri Kansas associated press photo contest. Globe photo / Globe area editor wins a photo contest prize Steve Pickman the Globe the entry area editor won first prize for his picture of the St. Louis Church fire at Good intent in the Missouri Kansas associated press photo contest Small newspaper division a spot news category. As shown in the accompanying photo printed in the Globe april 14,1977, the fire was consuming the Belfry of the Church when Pickman shot his prize winning photo. He entitled it a from heaven to hello for sweepstakes Winner in the to Kan a photo contest was de Hille of the Lawrence journal world. He swept the feature picture category for Small newspapers taking All three places with his entries. His picture a Blind girl a showing a Blind girl touching a Lizard won the $50 sweepstakes. Pickman and All other first place award winners will receive Cash prizes of $25 each. Jack Maes serve ably in this Job but i have reached the age at which the state says i must retire a he said. A it is like wrenching yourself away from your own family for me to say Farewell to the residents and staff who have become so dear to me at the at the time he was appointed the Home was a 36-bed facility. It expanded to a 50-bed nursing Home three years ago under his leadership. A i think it was a mistake not to enlarge it to a 100-bed Home at the time a he said today. A was soon As the additional rooms were opened for use they were occupied. There is currently a great demand by families waiting to place their Rural fire tip wins Globe prize mrs. Donald Funk Nortonville won the Globe $2.50 news tip contest prize last week when she alerted the newspaper to a fire that destroyed a barn on the Fred Nolting farm Northeast of Nortonville. Kenneth Bush 625 division Street won the new photo contest prize with a picture of bearded Blair milling co. Employees taken in 1954 when Atchison celebrated its Centennial year. Bush collected $5 for his prize double the usual $2.50 award As judges had bypassed selecting a Winner the previous week due to a Lack of entries. The Globe pays Cash prizes of $2.50 each in the weekly news tip and new photo contests. A honed in attic globes70583>e labor department made Good provision that will be out. And news Oto Conte amp of entries today on its Promise to rid one requirement dealing with May be mailed or brought to employers and workers of areas containing hazardous the Globe 1015-25 main Street nitpicking outdated and just chemicals forced employers to Piet ures s bum it ted in a be Plain silly Job safety rules by keep a daily roster of employees nicked in at the Globe moving to dump More than 1,100 entering regulated areas and to picked up at i be Diode regu actions hold on t0 the lists for 20 years. No longer must toilet seats in ru1e won 1 a Neva businesses be of the open front version. Type. No More must fire a special edition of the extinguishers be no higher off Federal Register will Cordule floor than 32 feet in some Petely reprint All 250 pages of cases 5 feet in others. Closely spaced Small Type that labor Secretary Ray detail Osha s general Industry Marshall noted that thousands standards. Provisions to be revoked will be in Black brackets. Johore Bharu Malaysia apr investigators Are trying to determine whether the hijackers of a malaysian Airliner caused the crash in which All too persons aboard died and whether the hijackers packed and a dangerous Quot and were japanese terrorists urged motorists to be very one witness to the crash cautious. Sunday night said the twin Jet Jim Cunningham superin Boeing 737 wobbled unsteadily pendent of the Atchison county Rose slightly then started Down Penang Island off the nor Highway department said the and exploded. Wreckage Thweat coast of Malaysia on a county s first Salt truck went dismembered bodies clothing flight to Kuala Bumpur the out at about 7 50 a in he said and debris were scattered Over malaysian capital and the Hills were a pretty Slick a a Square mile of swamp North of Singapore with 93 passengers but by to a Major Drifting the Johore Strait and and a Crew of seven an airline had not yet occurred Singapore. Spokesman said. Cunningham said that in the malay mail newspaper the plane stopped at Kuala Many places the Strong winds said the eyewitness reports Bumpur but the hijackers were blowing Snow Clear off the a indicated some kind of tussle forced the Pilot to take off roads. However county Road Between the hijackers and the almost immediately for graders were being prepared to Singapore the spokesman go into operation if necessary. A the explosion May have reported. The explosion of the Doniphan county been caused by explosives curved shortly after sheriffs department reported carried on Board by the police said they were that from two to three inches of hijackers considering the wide investigating to determine How Snow had accumulated in Troy area Over which the wreckage the hijackers got on the plane by 10 15 a And that it was a strewn undetected communications among the dead were the minister v. Manickas Asagami Cubar ambassador to said Security at All malaysian Malaysia Mario Garcia and airports would be tightened his wife two world Bank of the japanese red army is a facials from Washington. G d Smay a of extreme Hoerr and . Naime and , who have 5een Malaysia s agriculture minister Ali Haji Ahmad malaysian airways said continue Don page9 still a a coming Down fast and furious. Road conditions there were described As roads in Jefferson county were also described As Slick but passable. The wind was said to be blowing very hard swirling Snow in every direction schools in us 430, which takes in Horton Everest and Willis were to be closed after a to Kan area move to drop silly Osha safety rules Washington apr the engineering design a says one m ufos Rule against Ohio s 22 school funding plan continue Don page2 testifies mrs. Sandstrom Felt like dumped Puppy Topeka Kan apr Milda Sandstrom said she was being dumped a like a Puppy by the Roadside by a faithless husband who wanted to put an end to their 24-year marriage according to evidence presented today As the defense in pie Sandstrom murder trial opened its Case. Hie first defense witness was a Detroit psychiatrist who played tapes of a psychiatric examination of her he made following the May 3 shooting death of her husband Topeka broadcast executive Thad Sandstrom. In a Long and rambling conversation with or. Emanuel Tenai mrs. Sandstrom said she had been driven to an emotional pitch in the weeks preceding her husbands death. Despite her efforts her love was unrequited and her marriage was collapsing she said. Mrs. Sandstrom who is charged with murder sobbed silently As the tapes were played for the jury. A the was ditching me dumping me like a Puppy by the in the Roadside a she said psychiatric interview. Him very very much. I had put up with so much his taunting his other mrs. Sandstrom is accused of shooting her husband to death May 3 at the couples Home. He was found lying dead on the couples bed with her lying beside him. Mrs. Sandstrom who had taken an overdose of sleeping pills was revived at a Topeka Hospital and charged with murder in the Case. In an opening statement this morning defense attorney Robert Hecht pictured his client As the victim of a tense sadomasochistic marriage who was driven to a psychiatric state in which she did no to know right from wrong on May 3 when she fired two bullets into the head of her husband following publication. Judging of entries is based on publication sunday through Friday. Take purses from two women Here two Atchison women had their purses snatched from their hands by an unknown Man As they approached their car in the parking lot of a local Church yesterday evening police report. Police said mrs. Zelda Mesigh and mrs. Alma Johnson both residents of mall towers had i love tie a p111�?�868 taken from them outside St. Marks lutheran Church 400 South sixth Street at about 5 56 . The two women had just reached their vehicle and were preparing to enter when a White male described As possibly tall and thin approached them he first grabbed mrs. Johnson a purse and then ran around to the other Side of the Auto and took mrs. Mesigh a purse. Mrs. Mesigh was knocked to the ground when she resisted police said. The thief did not speak to either victim during the incident police said. He ran South on sixth Street. Mrs. Mesigh reported she had $12 in her handbag and mrs. Johnson said approximately $3 was in her purse. Police searched the area but Hecht called on the jury to found no one answering the return a verdict of innocent by vague description Given by the reason of insanity at one Point she said a woman with whom Sandstrom continue Don page9 victims the Case is still under investigation of injuries and illnesses Are suffered by workers each year but a to the Best of our knowledge none has been caused by the shape of a toilet seat or because a fire extinguisher was two inches too the proposed new rules were made Public with no Little Pride by the departments occupational safety and health administration a much maligned Agency in the past. A a today a announcement Marks one of the few times in history a government regulatory Agency has decreased its rules rather than adding More a said Eula Bingham head of Osha. Or. Bingham had vowed last May to Cut a the Mickey mouse out of Oshay a much criticized rules. Her office estimates that 62 million workers and 5 million employers Are covered by the regulations. The new version will eliminate a prohibition against putting ice in drinking water a a Rule that goes Back to 1930, when ice often came from Ponds with a notable water. It will also do away with specifying the gauge of Sheet Metal in duct work required for ventilation purposes. Many of the rules being eliminated Are duplicated by those of other agencies. Others Are obsolete through technological change. And or. Bingham said that because of the High interest expected the usual 30-Day continued on Page 9 mostly Cloudy and much colder tonight with lows Zero to 5 above. Partly Cloudy and cold tuesday with High in the teens. Kansas decreasing cloudiness and much colder tonight Low 5 to 15 Northeast mostly teens elsewhere partly Cloudy and cold tuesday High 20s Northeast near 30 elsewhere Missouri partly Cloudy to Cloudy and much colder tonight with flurries East Low around Zero Iowa Border Low ?0s Boot Heel tuesday Clear to partly Cloudy and quite cold High upper teens and 20s precipitation Snow 30 of an Inch total for december 30 of an Inch Normal for december 1.08 inches total for 1977 56 48 inches temperature readings a Ji 9a.24 10a.m.21 11 a m.20 12 noon 20 i p.19 pm. 19 Low last night 30 temperatures a year ago today Low 16, High 40 Sunrise tomorrow 7 22, Sunset 5 02. River stages Omaha 3.0 unchanged Nebraska City 5.2 Down 0.5 St Joe 7 5 Down 0 2 Rulo 7.0 Down 0.1 Atchison to. 75 Down 0 43 Ferent districts because of varying local tax bases and the willingness of property owners to approve tax levies John Lloyd jr., attorney for the schools said the disparity of state funding to local school districts also violated equal Protection clauses of the Law. A realizing that the state funds Are essential to the. A a. A a t operation of the districts i am in Hie Hamilton county ordering this decision to take court decision. Cincinnati apr Ohio a troubled school financing system was declared unconstitutional today but the judge said he would delay implementation of the ruling until next summer a this court is compared in View of sheer weight of evidence to find for the plaintiffs on constitutional grounds a judge Paul Riley said pleas the Cincinnati school District in a class action suit had argued that the state legislature s funding system failed to abide by the Ohio constitutional requirement to provide a a thorough and efficient the year old financing system makes state funds contingent upon the ability of local districts to pass tax levies. In others simply insult in write your Globe want and Tell gence. And bring it to the a taker save a tanks May be of any shape Money. Adv. Or Type consistent with sound visibility was very limited and driving was made hazardous in Atchison this morning As Strong northwesterly winds swept Snow through the City and the to Kan area. Tie frigid air caused temperatures to drop from 29 degrees at 7 30 a To 20 degrees at 9 30 a m., at which time this photo was taken looking North from the sixth Street photo. Continue Don page9 no Way of heading off Coal strike Washington a the my innate suit contended United mine workers president there was a Gross disparity in mixer said Tjay there per Pupil funding among Dif is no Cance 0f avoiding a nationwide Coal strike set to begin at Midnight tonight. Asked what the chances were for a strike. Miller said a a there la be Miller said the status of the Union s talks with the bituminous Coal operators association were a not too Good a a an Industry spokesman reported that 28 Coal association mines were shut Down today because ump members had walked out ahead of the strike deadline. He had no estimate of the number of miners involved. The spokesman said Boa companies operate about 1,800 mines. More than 2.200 miners were reported off their jobs late last week in Ohio and West Virginia in apparent anticipation of a National walkout which would the 10th for the ump in 40 years. Miller was interviewed As he arrived for today a bargaining session. Today is the final work Day of the expiring contract. At the end of sundays bargaining session Wayne l. Horvitz the chief Federal mediators said a a we be got some hard problems. We re continued on Page 2

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