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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Atchison, Kansas Complete coverage of Atchison Brown Doniphan and Jefferson counties in Kansas and adjoining Buchanan and Platte counties in Missouri Atchison daily Globe ten cents per copy Atchison Kansas monday june 14, 1965 8-pages eighty eighth year 26702the lord mayor of North Hills was shocked when he realized these Are the Good old Days we Are going to miss in 1980. Around the Nek area school election Elwood the Elwood unified school District election will be held july 20, when she Board members will be named. Vearl Webb jr., and 3illy d. Paden Are candidates for position no. I. Other candidates unopposed Are of is Kendall Philip Livingston Norman Leichti Wilber Simmons and George Mitchell. Collie count climbs at Effingham serves three churches Easton the Rev. John Hodge of Easton has an impressive record of service As a pastor. He serves three churches. He has served the Easton methodist Church for 30 years the round Prairie Community Church 37 years and the Potter Community Church 21 years. He also filled the pulpit at the seven Day Baptist Church at Nortonville for several years serves his ministerial Alliance and engages in other activities. Law diseases Horton Claude l. King Extension specialist in Plant pathology Manhattan will discuss Garden and Lawn diseases at 2 . Wednesday at a meeting in the basement of the Horton City Library. He will Conducta similar discussion at 10 . Wednesday in die Community room of the Morrill and Janes Bank ath la wadis. Swim classes Valley Falls a red Cross swim lessons were to open today at the Valley Falls swimming Pool. Students from Winchester Valley Falls and Ozawkie were scheduled to participate. Rick sprang and his sister Janet have a Busy time trying to hold a litter of to Collie puppies the current attraction on the sprang farm South of Effingham. Rick and Janet Are children of or. And mrs. Francis sprang. Lots of Little visitors have been dropping by die farm to Admire the playful photo. Crucial time ahead Congress May work through labor Day gathered on commercial an old timer tells g that an old saying is if it Rains on june i there will be rain the first 20 Days in june. Well it rained in Atchison on june i and we be had rain most every Day since. Judge Frank Wertz said this while watching the huge Drill at work sinking footings for the legion building seventh and commercial streets it does not seem too Many years ago that i was watching pile Drivers Huff and puff putting Down piling for the hotel Atchison across the the judge says that was about 1925."two of the prettiest youngsters in the land Are guests at our House Quot Art Morey the Cave Man said. They Are Janet 4 1/2 and David 3 1/2, children of or. And mrs. . Henry of St. Louis who Are spending two weeks Here with grandpa Art and mrs. Morey at their Home 905 Santa be Street. Mrs. Henry is the former Ann Morey. Miss Mary Mangelsdorf 935 Santa be Street left saturday for Clayton n.m., where she will visit her sister mrs. Milton Poole and Brothers Henry and Walter Mangelsdorf. Mrs. Poole is the former Louise Mangelsdorf of Atchison. From Clayton miss Mangelsdorf will go to Albuquerque n.m., to visit another sister mrs. Emma Bartlett before returning Home in about two weeks,.the Rev. . Fricke pastor of Trinity lutheran Church has about recovered from a severe Case of Poison Ivy he contracted while gardening in his backyard. Jack Cummings United store manager and his Mother mrs. Harriet Cummings spent the weekend in Minnetonka Beach minn., and at Albia la., where they visited friends. At Minnetonka Jack judged a dog show on saturday. They left Here Friday and were expected Home late today after spending sunday with dog fancier friends at Betty sue Dettmer Teller at the Exchange National Bank started a two week vacation today and will spend it visiting an aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. Earl de Wyke at vacation card from the Rex Schwein family who Are on Washington apr after More than six months of fairly smooth sailing Congress is heading into Sham nested Waters that May wreck its plans to adjourn by labor Day. Voting rights Union shops foreign Ald health care for the elderly minimum wages closing of some military bases legislative reapportionment excise taxes the Antipoverty program and pay raises for military and civilian personnel Are among the snags that lie ahead not even one of the dozen annual appropriation Bills to finance the government for the fiscal year starting july i has been sent to the president although most of them have cleared the House. Although publicly voicing Confidence that All the necessary legislation can be disposed of by labor Day some congressional leaders already Are considering a summer recess followed by a fall session. Such a recess is a distinct possibility for the House which is legislatively in better shape than the Senate. Two of the major pending Bills Are on the Senate Calendar this week. They Are the foreign Aid authorization Bill and a measure which would Cut or repeal emergency excise tax rates. Both have passed the House but Senate changes will require further House action. Only one major Bill is on the House schedule this week. It Calls for creation of a Cabinet level department of housing and Urban development. The voting rights Bill passed by the Senate after a curtailed filibuster has been approved with major changes by the House judiciary committee. It probably will be held up several More weeks in the House rules committee and is not expected to reach the floor before next month. The threat of another filibuster confronts it when it goes Back to the Senate. A Bill to prohibit state Laws against Union shops has been approved by the House labor committee but has not yet been considered by the Senate. It is being held up in the House pending action on separate legislation to protect negroes Job rights. The whole subject May be dropped until next year. The health care Bill passed by the House More than two months ago is bogged Down in the Senate finance committee. The administrations Bill to broaden application of the mini Crossroads report dear editor my Tex Anise neighbor notes that the Price of his cigarettes is going up so that his school teaching neighbors can draw higher wages. A a a says he has been aiming to quit smoking but can to do it now because if he did people would say he is against education. And a Man could get his government checks Cut off if he gets suspected of irreverence toward sacred institutions like education area redevelopment social Security or Martin Luther King. De. Scott Crossroads . Hiawatha Man son die in crash Brighton. To. Apr three persons were killed sunday night in a collision Between their car and a tank truck on Missouri 13 two Miles South of Brighton. The dead were Phillips 34, of Hiawatha his son Javen Lee Phillips and Janet Stokes la of Brighton. Phillips wife Milly Jean 32, and their daughter Pamela 13, were injured critically. The truck Driver Carl Jackson Greene 45, of Springfield mo., escaped serious injury. Move in at Viet request . Air brigade ready to fight at Dong Xoai Saigon South Viet apr vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation just North of the shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about too government troops today the remains of the 7th airborne battalion a us. Military spokesman announced. Dong Xoai was reported quiet but braced for More trouble from the Viet Cong. As the rangers moved through the French owned Michelin rubber Plantation a few Miles North of Dong Xoai they found an assortment of grim relics left behind by the Viet Cong among them the wreckage of a us. Army helicopter and a us. Army Many a identification tag. Us. Authorities announced Quot at the request of the vietnamese government elements of the 173rd us. Airborne brigade have moved to Phuoc Vinh to protect the Airfield and aircraft Phuoc Vinh is the main Airfield for the Dong Xoai area. The us. Paratroopers had been expected to move from there into the Dong Xoai conflict but the vietnamese commanders were reluctant to ask for them. The Viet Cong mounted a number of attacks and ambushes in various parts of Vietnam today All the Way from the 17th parallel to the Southern tip of the nation. Ninety american and vietnamese planes hammered targets in North Viet in a series of separate raids. Twenty us. Air Force Jet bombers escorted by 30 other jets attacked the ban com Lorn Barracks 70 Miles Southwest of Hanoi. Five buildings were re ported destroyed and to heavily damaged. Forty two planes hit t h r e e areas of the Babon army Barracks 60 Miles North of the demilitarized zone us. Spokesmen said. Heavy air strikes also continued inside South Viet against suspected Viet Cong targets. Us. Navy and Marine corps planes were said to have flown 118 sorties sunday. Pilots claimed heavy damage to targets and suspected troop concentrations. Six americans were killed Over the weekend but none appeared to have died As the result of enemy action. Four . Army helicopter crewmen were killed saturday night when their Craft crashed continued on Page 7 a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a la Cygnet isolated to Kan area weather by i we Iii vim a Wesley Eugene m a a rain floods lower Marais Descygne continued on Page 7 soviets drive for China showdown Moscow apr the soviet communist party appears to be making a new drive for a showdown meeting on the split with peking. The chinese reds have unleashed a new attack on the Kremlin a leadership. Pravda the soviet party paper published sunday a Resolution adopted last month by the pro soviet portuguese communist party calling for a world to discuss the dispute. Peking which has opposed such a meeting charged in a broadcast that the new soviet leaders were being More Covert and cunning than Nikita Khrushchev in trying to Pervert communism. The russians also were accused of being Quot Busy in Washington London and Paris a trying to initiate peace negotiations on Viet Quot in a painstaking Effort to find a Way out for the uj3. recent statements from the soviet Union and members of the soviet bloc have raised speculation that the Kremlin might place Viet High on the Agenda of an International communist meeting. In this event it was believed the chinese would attend a meeting even of it was dominated by pro soviet delegations because to Boycott it would Lay cations in Vlot had brought Tho soviet Union closer to red China and its allies. Peking As sundays broadcast emphasized considers Viet another Battleground in its feud with Moscow the portuguese party said the Lack of Unity in the communist world had encouraged the United states to pursue a Tough policy in Viet Nam. Gen. Mcconnell air Force to give enlistees better Deal Washington apr the air Force has embarked on a Golden Rule program aimed at improving the treatment of Junior officers and enlisted men. The keynote was sounded by Gen. John p. Mcconnell air Force chief of staff who told his commanders Quot our air Force is a family each member should be treated that by a policy letter Mcconnell counselled Quot a Good hard look at ourselves and at every aspect of our handling of these 830,000 officers and men wearing air Force Blue. Quot it should be self understood that we must treat our subordinates in the same Way we expect our superiors to treat us a said the top air Force general enunciating a kind of military Golden Rule. Quot i am convinced that vigorous action to improve the treatment of our personnel will pay tremendous dividends by increasing the attractiveness of service life and will Lead to the High Quality Force of dedicated professionals which we All recognize we must have a Mcconnell said. The four Star air Force general seemed to be specially con continued on Page 7 final argument in party Wall suit tomorrow James w. Lowry attorney for Cliff Runyan in his District court suit against the City of Atchison and Urban renewal Agency alleging loss of party Wall contractual rights filed findings of fact and conclusions of Law in court this morning. Robert Duncan City attorney was scheduled to file findings of facts and conclusions for the defendants this afternoon. Final arguments in the Case Are to be heard by judge Edmund l. Page tomorrow. Runyan is seeking $8,066 damages from the City and or Agency charging that a party Wall agreement with mrs. Rose Behrens was nullified when or purchased the site East of Runyans jewelry store from mrs. Behrens and a pedestrian Arcade was constructed. The Runyan store is at 513 commercial Street. The plaintiff alleges financial loss was suffered when the possibility of a building being constructed adjacent to his store on the East was eliminated by the Arcade. The trial is being held without a jury. Topeka a severe flooding broke out in the lower Marais Descygne River Valley today after hard Rains swept Eastern and South Central Kansas sunday. The weather Bureau reported the River was at various stages of ban full to out of Banks from near Osawatomie and downstream. La Cygnet a town of 850 Between Osawatomie and trading Post was isolated by overflow and some families were evacuated from the Low areas in the South part of town and to the West of it. At trading Post the River measured 27.06 feet Early today three feet out of Banks. Because of Flat land in that area the flooding was widespread. The level at trading Post was two feet higher than during last week s flooding. The hard Rains sunday were concentrated in the East Central part of the state going As far West As about Hutchinson. Forbes air Force base on the South Side of Topeka had 5.09 inches while the Topeka Airport to Miles away where the official measurement is taken had Only .49 of an Inch. The Rains sent the shun Ganun a Creek ban full in South Topeka and a dozen National guardsmen were assigned to the area. Other rainfalls sunday included Paola 3.12 inches Osawatomie 3.71, la Cygnet 4.45, trading Post 4.48, fort Scott 2,61, Pittsburg 2.98, Burlington 3.95, Maple Hill 3,10, Louisburg 3.20, Haddam 2.31, Abilene 2.20, Hutchinson 1.09, Neosho rapids 2,17 and Osage City 2.70. Scattered Rains continued today but Clearing weather was predicted for tuesday. Temperatures will continue moderate with highs today in the 70s and lower 80s with lows tonight from the upper 50s to Middle 60s. Highs sunday were from 72 at Hill City to 84 at Pittsburg. Early morning lows ranged continued on Page 7 mostly Cloudy with scattered showers or Thunder storms tonight partly Cloudy tomorrow. Kansas Cloudy and Cool with showers South and East tonight continuing Cloudy tomorrow with showers Northwest and Central Low tonight 50-60, High tomorrow 75-80 Northeast to mid 80s elsewhere. Missouri Cloudy and Cool tonight with showers continued Cloudy tomorrow Low to night 60-65, High tomorrow 75 80. _ Effingham Edam. Toe Wolf Lelh wins thermometer readings Globe prize 5� g mrs. Oily Freeland of of 1� .m.72 Gingham won the Globe $2.50 am.72 news tip prize last week with 2 noon.72 a Story and old photo concern i pm.72 ing a reunion at Prairie View 2 . 76 school which was organized in 2 30 . 76 1872. Low 64 Charles f. Stutz Manhattan won the $2.50 new photo prize River stages with Quot do you remember Omaha 7.4 up 0,5. When a pictures taken Here Nebraska City 12.2 up 2.4. When the 353rd infantry regl r0 he up Garnett paraded following its re to. Joe 13.2 up 1.5. Turn from Europe after world Atchison 15.30 up 2.9. i on memorial Day in 1919, Leavenworth 13,1 up 0.7. The Globe pays $2.50 each week to the winners in the news tip and new photo contests. Moonlit let news tip entries should be madness phoned to the Globe pm 7-0583and new photo entries May be called or brought to the Globe 1015-25 main Street. Judging is based on publication of entries sunday through Friday. Weather halts air show Here Sale tonight Atchison merchants Are offering Many bargains in the Moonlight madness Sale being held in the downtown stores tonight from 7 to 9. The retail division of the Atchison chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the event which May find the merchants and sales personnel in Many of the stores in night dress. . Judge asked to counsel for Pope Kansas City apr an attorney was appointed today to represent Duane Pope 22,Roxbury, kas., charged with killing three persons in a Bank robbery at big Springs neb. J. Whitfield Moody Public defender for the Jackson county Legal Aid committee was named by judge John a Oliver of the us. District court to represent Pope As Long As the prisoner remains in Missouri. The recommendation was made by of Russell millin us. Attorney for Western Missouri. Pope football co Captain who graduated May 30 from Mcpher son Kan., College is being held under $100,000 Bond pending a preliminary hearing june 25 on Richling said Pope could be tried in both state and Federal courts without double jeopardy. The death penalty could be sought in both courts. Pope who surrendered to Kansas City police Friday was visited in jail saturday by his parents a 19-year-old brother Dennis and his sister Elio 14, who had driven from their Home near Roxbury Kan. The Popes with tear filled eyes declined comment As they departed after the meeting. Or. Do Bittinger Mcpherson College president tried to see Pope during the weekend but was denied admittance. It was or. Bittinger who advised Pope to surrender when i camping trip in the West re them open to soviet charges of i p t0 Sun Renaer when ports they encountered bad Faith and obstructionism in and shooting staff member a a it the vietnamese War. Robert retards attorney for soviet Premier Alexei n. Deuel county neb was Confer Kosygin has referred to Viet ring today with Theodore Rich As a rally Point of the two Ling us. Attorney in Omaha to feuding Camps. He said in decide whether the Federal gov Pyongyang North Korea on Ern ment or the state of Nebras feb 12 that Quot imperialist Provo a shall prosecute Pope. Snow at Wolf Creek pass of the Continental Divide when they crossed last monday. They had been at Durango colo., and were in route to visit an Indian continued on Page 7 Friday from Akans Oscity hotel room during the $1,598 robbery of the big Springs Bank june 4, a gunman killed the Bank a president Andreas Kjeldgaard 77 continued on Page 7 a Large crowd lined the Fence at Amelia Earhart memorial Airport yesterday afternoon to watch an air show scheduled by the Kansas City Aero club but Low Clouds and rain at Takeoff time in Kansas City cancelled die show five sky divers from pc made jumps at 4 . When the Clouds lifted briefly. A Buffet luncheon was served at the Airport to 160 people members of the Atchison filers club and guests from Kansas City. The air show has not been rescheduled Accord to Sam Mcbride Airport manager photo. Demand British end support of . In Viet London apr leaders of British Commonwealth countries in Africa and Asia want the conference of Commonwealth prime ministers in London this week to disassociate the group from us. Policy in Viet Nam. African leaders Are also seeking a showdown with Britain a labor government on continued White Rule in Rhodesia. They make no secret of their disappointment that the labovites Haven to taken stronger measures to bring democracy to Rhodesia. Although 14 of the 21 Commonwealth members Are feuding or fighting among themselves or with other countries the Basic issues before the conference opening thursday Art Rhodesia and the support which the British australian and new zealand governments Are giving the United states in Viet Nam. Twelve of the 21 delegates Are reported demanding a Strong continued on Page 7

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