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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, Atchison, KansasTatchi Soh Globe sunday january 8, 1967 w. B. Hull continued from Page 1 mature to predict the Overall effect of the governmental suspension of the tax investment credit and higher interest rates As Well As impending higher taxes. Difficulty has been experienced in to. Seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Permitted determined by the 1966 in obtaining Plant workers history of production on the but this seems to have eased farm. The poundage proposal somewhat at present. A doubt should make for a better Quality edly this is due to an increased of tobacco since increased use wage and Merit review program of fertilizers and High acre which has been instituted. In yields tend to reduce Quality less there is a substantial soft Enung of the present Economy la n Iii and a lower Gross National w. I. Kan a ii product for the future we pre continued from Page 1 dict that 1967 i be another Good Kearfort Helm Atchison police and fire Protection streets and everything that make a Community Are already better than most. The future with some apprehend any two Sisters mrs. Slon. We Are hopeful that the Irene Mccoy and mrs. Delia world soon returns to peaceful Langstaff both of Kansas City pursuits. Many of our alumni and even some of our students have been called to armed conflict in Vietnam. We continue to be proud of their generous response to their country s Call to duty. To them we pledge our Loyal support and backing. May god hasten the Day of their Safe return to peaceful pursuits. To them and to All our friends we Leavenworth March ends in scuffle Russ policy shift possible sign of worry about chinese Foottit rites Here tuesday Leavenworth Kas. A offer our wishes for a peaceful _ a demonstration by 90 col line. But things Here and interests of the chinese peo and prosperous new year and i there we sincerely ask god to bless our efforts. Chester Mize continued from Page 1 that 1 can draw upon the strength and Wisdom of the people to make common sense and sound judgment prevail. Thoughl967 s horizon is clouded there Are rays of John a. Adair continued from Page 1 just ments would have to be made by business agriculture and Certa ties in Stock and other and with gods help prices. In the speculate period to h to h ahead each family and Busi y Ness should make certain that v it has reliable Bank and Trade credit. Furthermore an Effort should be made to improve liquidity and build up emergency savings funds. Cloud Cray continued from Page 1 Abbot Thomas Hartman continued from Page 1 sible because our alumni and our friends have expressed their approval native of Atchison Dies mrs. Dolores e. Horner 42, Leavenworth native of Atcuson and Well known Here for her prominence auxiliary activities at state and National Levels died suddenly thursday at the Home of her Mother mrs. Edna Seeber in Leavenworth. She was the wife of Arthur Horner formerly of Atchison and the Niece of or. And mrs continued from Page 1 the recent past appears to have stabilized and it is a Little pre choose your pharmacist As carefully As you would choose your physician free delivery Ball Bros. Drugs pm 7-0332 733 com l say it for you Atchison Flower and gift shop Ond mall pm 7-0123 5 to stores sunday batteries eve ready the Best 13 c a. Reg. Kleenex 200 count save Here 23 Reg. Shampoo head shoulders big 50z. Size 99 Reg. Anacin 99 j we. Big Vic count Reg. Transistor batteries 9 Volt for radio 16 c a Reg. Oil painting sets Good selection 63 Reg. Hair Spray style the Best for less 47 Reg. 774 buffering big 100 count 99 c a. Reg. John Herbert Foottit 63, 923 North seventh Street died yesterday morning at his Home. He Moscow a an import new zigzags Are attended by a it said the meeting had was a life Long resident of atch Tant shift in soviet policy has still More widely spread anti found it necessary to expose the Ison. Occurred. Signs indicate it soviet Campaign unbridled wayward course of the present funeral services will beheld Means an increasingly serious propaganda of the great Power chinese leaders to step up the at 2 . Tuesday at the Sawyn View of possible danger from Anil Leninist course of Mao struggle in defense of marxism Dyer Chapel with there. Hob China. Tse Tung and his group which Ert made St. Joe officiating secrecy so far veils the new runs counter to the fundamental details of the danger of now we in them to expose and to step up the cemetery the Tamu lege students and others pro there newspaper articles and a Lect delve friends from7to9o testing the imprisonment of words from communist sources the indirect confirmation of they Are the underlying policy. Al Yeni three soldiers for refusing to show that an important policy shift came in fact non communist Ana _ chad6i fight in Vietnam ended in a Kremlin minds As a potential in a news item on the front Page cysts Here say a shift on China hit Xiv scuffle Between a demonstrator of saturday s pravda. Became apparent in a pravda f and a Spectator saturday. And As China gets More Atten. P reported that in re. Editorial nov. 27. It was the will be conducted by Genung the rally held in front of the ton. Vietnam gets less. Viet seven Marty leaders strongest denunciation of Mao s Jackson Seever american Legate at it. Leavenworth where Nam a relatively Static prob. Has beefed regional group in years. It held out for Gion Post no. 6. The soldiers Are being held in Lem some distance away China across european Russia he first time the suggestion or. Foottit was Borni Natch the . Disciplinary Barracks an explosively turbid problem and Siberia and a China that the soviet Union was Back Ison nov. The followed a five mile March in alone the soviet Union s longest Border Region of Solel Central Mao s opponents in the late John and Bertha Foottit bitter cold by the sym Pamy Asla Earl Lerf two top party chinese Power struggle. Served in the armed forces in Neiach 01 an important sent Leonid i. Brezhnev and about the same time in world War ii and was employed _ Mikhail a. Suslov. Eave Brief formed sources said sem pub son state knocked ._._, Meled and kicked. He was res newspaper cued by police who dispersed the jeering crowd composed in our alumni and friends both in and outside the Atchison Community we expect to continue successfully to provide a Strong Christian oriented lib eral program of educational Opportunity for increasing num Bers of Young men. We expect to develop and grow As a part of a developing Atchison Community. However we also View Central committee and the the meetings were intended to an article scheduled for speech Brezhnev Marje to it. Alert the Public to the existence publication in sunday s pravda the speech was not made a possible future enemy the toughness of policy toward Public after the meeting mean on dec. 29 the defense minis Watson and the Spectator was indicated by a Caus ing it was a hot item political try newspaper red Star re Alfred Seeber recently of 1139 Marty Ehart of Leavenworth tic report on some new zigzags by. The committee Resolution sealed the other Side of this Laramie Street. She had lived each was arraigned on a charge the Erea proletarian culture following it however said the Coin. It published along of common assault. Bond was Al great Power anti soviet policy Al saying the chinese army was set at each. The article Tass the soviet of Mao tse Tung and his group being taught that the soviet uni the March and the Demon news Agency reported says the has entered a new dangerous on was the enemy. Unti three years survivors Are his wife Viola of the Home a daughter mrs John Nancy Park St. Joe an a sister mrs. Kenneth Bush 625 division Street. Of our educational ideals in a substantial apparent attempt to balance the manner by their financial sup budget affects us All and must port. Our Benedictine faculty be curtailed. Crime rape jul by their contributed services Venile delinquency and murder give substantial help for us to Are making our streets unsafe continue to offer to Young men for All. Recent decisions by the supreme court Shemto Enczur age rather than discourage this trend through recourse to the fifth amendment and fur ther making Law enforcement portent and essential Factor in More difficult. I predict that the our Success. We look for Ward to american Public Are aroused the future with Confidence. With and will eventually right these our Basic resources loyalty errors. And Good will on the part of our Lay and Benedictine faculties and the interest and support Quality education at a reason Able Cost. Our Lay faculty and staff by their loyalty and Dedi cation to St. Benedict s and Maur Hill the buyers and seller s mar Ket place Globe want ads. T Stratton which was held in a Light Snow were guarded care fully by deputies and police. Except for an occasional snowball Catchall or thrown egg the rally was comparatively peaceful. The Exchange of blows Between Watson and Ehart came As the demonstrators walked to their cars to leave. They had parked the cars before the March. Many of the students left in a chartered bus. The marchers who gathered at Lansing Kas., for the walk to the de at the Gate by the crowd of youngsters who were re strained by police on the other mrs. Dolores Horner that the Church should remain the structures of society completely aloof from temporal which a sudden and Radical events and Deal Only in spiritual change would brutally and Dan matters while the other would Genously subvert find them have the Church so involved in selves progressively organized worldly events that it would in Justice and give us support to violent Revo Luton or. And mrs. Jay Dyer will instead of following either of be in society. Ert Docking at the Gold room in this he went on Holiday inn South. Abstracts of title Only Complete abstract books in Atchison count from . Government to Date. Commerce investment co. Bonded abstract ers em7-6231 or em7-6253 Nels . Side of the Street. After singing several rallying songs include we shall Over most of her life in Leavenworth. The demonstrators Frank p. Maxwell exec mrs. Horner had been fail heard several speeches made by Tive vice president of Rockwell ing health for 16 years and a their leaders in defense of the manufacturing co., Pittsburgh heart attack was the immediate stand by the three soldiers pa., will visit the Lam Atchison against War. Division facility of Rockwell on they Are pvt. Dennis Mora tuesday and wednesday it was Bronx . Pvt. James announced yesterday by Gordon on j Mcmillin vice president and David Hamas 20, of t _. Sentenced by Lam Atchison Divisio manag re labor. Or for Rockwell. Or. Maxwell the marchers displayed a has numerous friends in Atchi variety of signs along the March son visits including War is Good Busi to the Atchison facility he was Ness invest your five sleeved a director of Rockwell Immacula a mothers club 3 years of hard labor is not draft co. P.m., friends and members of dodging these men had Cour cause of death. Funeral services will be at 10 . Tomorrow at the sacred heart Church Leavenworth with the Rev. . Grosdidier officiating. Burial will be in the National cemetery fort Leavenworth. Recitation of the Rosary will be today at the Larkin funeral Home at the following hours in november last year. Held Sale Good sunday monday tuesday the Parish 8 . An 8 and 40 support the soldiers he said were two extreme memorial service will beheld at Reft Lse to fight to 1st concepts of its Mission. 7 . Friends May Call at the the student marchers repro one of these he said funeral Home in Leavenworth today and tomorrow morning. Wichita Kas., Kansas City and born april 5, 1924, in atom Columbia to. Son mrs. Horner was a Daugh a group of 12 said they were Tor of or. And mrs. Walter members of the peace club at Seeber. She was married to Bethel College in Newton Kas. Arthur Horner on june of them John Senner he and one daughter Eileen of Saldi we decided to come in the Home 119 third Avenue of these people Here survive along with her Mother Ethel is mainly a and three Brothers Byron see serving the Industry daily Glass Glass is any Industry s co worker. Provision of natural lighting decoration safety and natural artistic values Are All elements that Are provided by Glass Emery Glass service Jim Emery 304 com l em7-5045 Bethel is College and mennonites take a i n u i. To conscientious objection Posi Ber Omaha neb Bernard see Tion against War on her Kansas City Kas., and grounds and we want to expand Lloyd Seeber Leavenworth. That to moral and humanitarian. Mrs Homer was past pres grounds. That is the prime Pur ident of Leavenworth Ameri pose of our showing support can legion auxiliary of Post 23 and also 8 and 40 past depart the protest Wasson Spredby the Kansas City area commit and National executive commit tee to end the War in Vietnam and the it. Hood three defense committee tee member. At the time of her death she held several commit tee appointments and was chair Man of the first District child welfare program. She was a member of the sacred heart Church and Active in school and Community service groups. Troy Man Dies Here Howard a. Ramsay 81, Farmer South of Troy died Friday afternoon at 715 1 Commer Cial Street. He had moved to Atchison several weeks ago from his farm to spend the win Ter. Funeral services will be held at . Tomorrow at the Sawin Dyer Chapel with the Rev. Harold Roberts officiating. Burial will be every at Troy. Members of the family will meet friends tonight from 7 to9 at the Chapel. Or. Ramsey was born april 13, 1885, in the Doniphan Community. He was a son of George and Jane Jennie Spencer ram sey. He had been engaged in farm ing in Doniphan county most of his life. From 1925 to 1935 he operated the list construction co. Ranee near Latan to. Or. Ramsey and the former Minnie May Whittaker were married june 15, 1909, in atch Ison. She died dec. 21, 1946. Surviving Are a son Vance Ramsey route 2, Atchison two daughters mrs. James r. Charlotte Hooker san Diego calif., and mrs. William Mary Morrison Osborne two Brothers de Ramsey of Atchi son and forgo Ramsey of Deth Pope vows to press Viet peace efforts Vatican City a Pope Paul i vowed saturday to continue his Vietnam peace efforts and called on responsible Lead ers to heed them. He said if this came about the new year would bring a March toward speaking at his annual meet ing with diplomats from around the world accredited to the holy see Pope Paul declared we will not cease to work according to our possibility for the Advent of a just and durable his ered in French did not mention Vietnam by name. But he spoke in terms unmistakably reflecting his feelings about the Southeast asian War. He thanked the 59 diplomats present for their governments sympathetic reception of his initiatives for peace. The Pope has appealed Many times for an end to the Vietnam fighting and a year ago sent direct messages to Moscow peking Washington Hanoi and Saigon urging negotiations. None of these governments is diplomatically represented at the Vatican. The Pope spoke in reply to the traditional new year s greeting of the diplomatic corps expressed by us Dnan Baron Prosper pos Wick belgian ambassador to the Vatican. The Pope said the roman Catholic Church s function in the modern world was to place itself for of in doing this he stressed the Church rejected with a look to the future Atchison is ready for the opportunities of today and Progress of tomorrow Butler prescription is keeping Pace with the Progress of today s Medicine to Are proud to Odd our contribution to the Progress of Atchison by providing our services with a Complete line of pharmaceutical products and other health needs in a truly professional store. We Are a doleful for the Opportunity to serve the residents of Atchison and the area. De Butler registered pharmacist Butler prescription shop 111 North 6th pm 7-0636

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