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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Atchison, Kansas Not Khasi kiwis daily Law Shapli Atchison daily Globe Price five cents Atchison Kansas tuesday june 28 1955 8-pages seventy eighth year 22111 an Atchison teen Ager t Hinks parents can be too strict. The Way she states it Quot their attitude needs More latitude a plan dial phones at Rushville plans Are underway to install a dial Telephone system to serve the Rushville a Dekalb area l. Ii steeling St. Joe. District manager. Southwestern Bell Telephone co announced today. If the pro Jert can he accomplished according to schedule the new dial system will be placed in service in the summer of 1956 a the dial switching equipment is ill be installed in a building which will be erected Midway Between Rushville and Dekalb a steeling said a a the service improvements and expansion planned for this territory will require a Gross expenditure of about $200,000. The propped dial system will replace Magneto switchboards now located in each town. A the new system will enable Tele phone users in both towns to get immediate connections with any one of the customers in the two exchanges and will eliminate Busy circuit Between Rushville and Dekalb. Telephone users in those towns no longer will find it necessary to wait until the Rushville Dekalb line is not Busy before getting Calls through to each other. At present there Are some 419 customers served out of the two Central when the dial system is placed in operation All telephones in Rushville and Dekalb will be changed to the �?�2 letter 5 figure Telephone numbering system it is a step toward the time when Long distance Calls May be dialled by the customers just As local Calls will be dialled when the system is placed in service. A tile new system also will improve Rural Steckling said. Quot All Rural lines will be reconditioned or rebuilt to give City Quality service. In addition ail lines will have two wire construction. Thus eliminating line noise and further improving transmission. The maximum number of parties on Rural lines will be reduced to eight. Only four rings will be heard on Rural lines. The calling party will hear his own ring and three others. Under the present system a ring is heard for each party on the line a fall hand Crank instruments on both City and Rural lines will be replaced with modern dial telephones. Customers will be Given a Choice of a new Handset desk or Wall dial instrument without additional charge. A the new system also will a prove City service in Rushville and Dekalb. All lines in both towns will be reconditioned or re built. All grounded lines will be eliminated. A the dial system also w ill pro vide unexcelled 24 hour service inasmuch As it will handle immediately unexpected peaks of traffic which Are difficult to handle by other southwestern Bell acquired the Telephone properties at Rushville and Dekalb from United Tele phone co. In March. 1952. The turn Ber of telephones since then a incr a de Over 30 percent. A was the number of telephones increases a Steckling said. A the amount of Plant investment also in a creases. The Large expenditures we Art making to provide service improvements make it necessary to adjust the rates in Rushville and Dekalb. Telephone exchanges in Missouri arc grouped according to size with All dial or common Batter manual exchanges in each group having the same rates. Accordingly Rushville and Dekalb customers will be asked to pay the same rates that apply in sin continued on Page two three perish in fireworks blast Springfield to. Flames from a fireworks explosion engulfed a retail store today and burned three customers to death. The bodies of a woman and two Young girls were found in the ruins of a rest room in the one Story Concrete Block and Brick building. The three had sought Protection in the rest room from tile swiftly spreading fire. Authorities continued searching for any other possible victims but said ii was unlikely there were others. The authorities tentatively identified the victims As mrs. C. A Click of Miller Mary Edith Williams la and her sister Linda Williams 7. The Williams girls were reported to have gone to the stoic for milk for a neighbor. Dwane Dittrick 19. An employee of the store was overcome by smoke while fighting the Blaze he was hospitalized. The cause of the fire remained undetermined. An unidentified ambulance Driver who took Dittrick to a Hospital said the Young Man told him a piece of fireworks went Oft in his hand. A the fireworks went off All of a sudden a said Harold Wright assistant manager of the store Consumers warehouse Market no. 3, in the Western part of Springfield. A we done to know How it started. Some of the workers grabbed fire extinguishers but it got started too fait for us to Stop urge safety on highways the fortnightly club of Atchison is cooperating with the National safety Council in making a plea for Safe driving Over the july 4 weekend. Beginning tomorrow morning at to 30 of clock each of the 20 members of the club will Tole phone four persons asking All to drive safely this weekend each person called will be requested to Call four persons to spread the Appeal it is expected that hundreds will be contacted in this a a chains Effort mrs. Bill Roe is president of the club. War Veteran suicide Here j. Ulrich 35. World War ii Veteran who served As a first lieutenant and test Pilot in the air Force killed himself about 2 20 of clock yesterday afternoon at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Max Ulrich or. Till South seventh Street with whom he lived. Dolan Mckelvy acting Coroner of Atchison county said Ulrich com netted suicide by placing the muzzle of a .12 gauge Shotgun in his Mouth triggering the gun with his left hand Ulrich did not leave a note. The suicide occurred in a first floor bedroom at the Back of the House the parents were away at the time Ulrich visiting Lee Crouch who lives across the Street and mrs. Ulrich visiting with another neighbor. Ulrich came Home and discovered the body of his son after two years of strenuous ser vice As a test Pilot during the War. Edmund Ulrich became ill and received a medical discharge. He failed to regain his health and until two years ago was a patient at Winter general Hospital in top Eka. Edmund Joseph Ulrich was Horn Here sept. 20, 1919. In attended St. Louis College and St. Benedictus parochial schools and was graduated from Maur Hill High school in 1937. He a a member of co a. 137th infantry regiment Kansas National guard in Atchison and entered Federal service when the company was mobilized for the National emergency in 1940. A year later he Tran fired to the air Force after becoming a Pilot he was commissioned a second lieutenant. For two years after the War he was a student in aeronautical engineering in California he was a communicant of St Josephs Church and was a member of Fleming a Jackson Seever Post of the american legion surviving Are his parents of the Home four Sisters. Mrs Mike know Les mrs. Fred smart mrs. Ernest Wilton jr., and mrs. Laverne pro Haska All of Atchison and three Brothers. Max Ulrich. Gering neb William and Robert Ulrich both it Wichita. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 9 a in at St Josephus Church with the Rev Matthew continued on Page two Washington if a Bill to authorize new foreign Aid spending of More than 3> billion dollars came up for House action today with critic aiming to pare it Down in size in Advance of debate on the $3,-285,800.000 global Aid program chairman Richards dec of the foreign affairs committee a told newsmen a i Hope the Bill will not be Cut appreciably. The Bill paed by the Senate is already Cut 139 million dollars. I think that s enough but what the House will think is another president Eisenhower re queued 3>n billion dollars in foreign assistance funds for the bookkeeping year beginning Friday. The Bill is merely an authorization which sets a ceiling on foreign Aid spending actual funds we i be voted separately. A Sharp attack was levelled at the program in a minority report prepared by four Republican members of Richards committee. The signers were representatives Church of Illinois Bentley of Michigan Adair of Indiana and Lawrence Smith of Wisconsin they contended the Aid program should be critically reappraised before new funds Are authorized and contended it is so Broad As to be no More than a a Blank free ticket to the Fox theater Given with each Cash 3 time Globe want and. Northeast Kansas Market place where buyers and Sellers meet. The want and Page Reich Unity As must in big 4 talks Washington f Secretary of state Dulles said today russian failure to discuss German unification at the big four Summit conference would throw doubt on soviet sincerity toward easing International tensions Dulles said the division of Germany is a world problem which contains the seeds of greater evil. It any realistic Effort to promote peace must include work on German unification he said referring to remarks by soviet foreign minister Molotov last week at san Francisco Dulles said Russia appears to have lost interest in getting German unified Molotov had spoken of the fast Weest division of German As Likely to continue for a Long time Dulles said he deplored this attitude. He added that if the soviets really desire to Advance the cause of peace the will talk at it out Germany at the july 18 Summit meeting in Geneva. On other subjects Dulles Tol i a news conference i the shooting Down of an american patrol bomber by soviet fighters Over the Bering sea last week seems to have been a a trigger Happy incident a n get something which a represents a considered policy on the part of the soviet Union a 2. Dulles told Moi it a a a san Francisco that Russia should pay the full Cost of the loss of the plane and reparations for injuries to 7 of the la crewmen but Dulles does not yet know what do total Bill will be nor How the claim will be pressed. 3 the United states and Russia appear to tie deadlocked Over Russia s idea of holding a far fast conference to include red China As a participant after the Geneva meeting. The United states feels nationalist China should Impre sent and Russia disagrees 4 Dulles does not Rule out the possibility of direct talks Between the United states and red China on some matters 5 the slates would give very sympathetic consideration to a visit to the United slates by marshal Tito president of communist Yugoslavia currently being wooed by Moscow after breaking with tile Kremlin in 1948 6. Dulles thinks it possible disarmament discussions at the Summit conference May Lead ultimately to reducing and balancing armaments Between the Atlantic Miles and the soviet Blin 7. Dulles sees nothing to in gained by piling up no aggression guarantees on top of each other. He thus discounted reports of interest in working out some european Security system aimed solely at producing new promises not to attack 8 if genuinely free elections could be arranged in Viet Nam Dulles believes the Indochina country can be unified under a non com in urns t government. Sandy Jones. Your laughter a of or. And mrs. Ralph Jones Potter found a Grain of Corn several Vve is ago in the cuff it her fathers trousers she planted tin Grain Iii the Middle of the front Lawn at the Jones Home under her tender care. The stalk a it grown to in nearly As tall As Sandy photo by Jack Adams the weather a a a tit in tied mint in is a till Titi v to ill Lent a is is is con Hitler a i in thro unit w »Dn�-<1i�v, thew or and in Atter Thunn Morm liver most of male this afo noon and t Ort Fie ii t and Uver a not to and a it run Nort ii a to it t vat do olay with Lolly hts Vav thunderstorm North Intra to afternoon or evening lit i Chan Iii trip Para Ture jaw tonight in the a. To both Vav re new Dav so nor or it to the log Mouth w nut Missi Cui cart in it loud i afternoon tonight and Vav. Int it it with ural tart a allowed or Thunder storm a Treno Outha at tin afternoon and even a and extreme Northwest tonight Little change in temperature Low tonight gent rally near so High Vav v general. Near so drop Lattimore perjury Case Washington a the govern ment decided today to drop its 2 a year old attempt to try Owen Lattimore on charge of perjury. Atty. Gen Brownell made the announcement Brownell noted that the . District and Appeal courts Here had twice thrown out key counts of indictments charging Lattimore with false testimony before the Senate internal Security subcommittee in Early 1952 Brownell said it thus appeared impossible to pro Reed on five remaining perjury counts. Lattimore a Johns Hopkins lecturer and far Eastern affairs specialist was accused of lying in denying that he had been a Follower or promoter of the com my nist line. These accusations were de scrip it cd by Federal dist. Judge Luther w. Youngdahl As a funnies and obscure a and too vague for the 54-year-old Lattimore to defend. Youngdahl threw them out and his judgment on this was twice upheld by the court of appeals for the District of Columbia the appeals courts second ruling was made june 14 on a 4-4 vote. The tie let the Youngdahl finding stand. This confronted the government w Ith the Choice of appealing to the supreme court or going ahead with an attempted prosecution of Lattimore on five other counts which Lattimore attorneys had described As the further possibility open to the government was to drop the whole prosecution. This is what it elected to do. Buried treasure Provo Utah j a mrs. George a. King sent her living room sofa to an upholsterer for repair with the joking remark a if you find any diamonds be sure and let me a Short time later the upholsterer called her. A lady we have found a Diamond in your it proved to be a set from her engagement ring which she had lost 12 years ago. Tale last am showers Thermo Mutlu Al 8 to in 72 Niton to w a m 76 i i Iii 82 10 it in 78 2 p in i 11 a no 7� 2 to p in is i of 66 showers hold Over Kansas to i e k a if a considerable cloudiness showers and thunderstorms Are scheduled to hang on in Kansas through wednesday and the weather Bureau said some of the storms May be i sea la heavy. A few widely scattered showers were reported Over the toxin but precipitation generally were Light the forecast Calls fur and scattered Thunder Mims Over most of Kansas late today and tonight and in Central an t extreme Northwest sections wednesday. The weather Bureau locally heavy thunderstorms were in Prospect for the North Central area late this afternoon or Early this evening. Minimum temperatures Are scheduled to be in the tin tonight with highs wednesday due to vary from near to in the Northeast to the 90s in the West rainfall last night Range i up to an Inch at Stanta and Plains. Ashland had .85 of in Inch Frankfort .73 with Light Hail Columbus 43. Johnson .35, Emporia 31, Chanute .19, Garnett and Olathe 17, Moran 16, Liberal 13, d de City of. Wamego Topeka Salina Hill City and Ulysses traces. There was a wide variety in maximum temperatures yesterday with Olathe and Pittsburg report continued on Page two Power failures in storm Here rain totalling 57 Inch at the St Benedictus College weather station fell during a Short period yesterday afternoon and it a believed the amount totalled More in other areas of the City. C a it Vetter county Extension a gent reported rainfall at of filing Ham was 2 of an Inch but said he received a report from a farm or Southwest of Atchison 4 to a t water was standing in Corn rows there. Severe lightning accompanied tile rain and caused disruptions in electrical service to scattered areas Stan Munson manager of the Kansas Power and Light co. Reported an area in North Atchison in eluding the Atchison Hospital was without electricity for a two hour period Munson said this at first was thought caused by lightning but it was found a truck had hit a Guy wire and broke off a pole near second and n streets Munson said Whiting was without electricity for awhile and Aress near Lancaster and South of Atchison were without Power for a period. a pow i and Light co Crews were Busy until Midnight last night repairing damage in Atchison and surrounding areas but Munson said no damage was of a serious nature 1111 fire department answered two alarms dining the storm one was at the Atchison Nash co 201 commercial because of a smoking fluorescent Light and the other was at the Tony Brull Home 1121 parallel when lightning ran in on wires to the television set which was damaged. Rainfall was reported Light Al Arrington and North of Doniphan. Concert at Pool tonight the third summer s cont it by the Atchison Community band will be at 8 of clock this evening at the Lions swim Pool the band is directed by Basil Roark. Announcement was delayed until today because of the Uncer a Dainty of the weather Roark said Twenty four hour photo finishing Gerberich studio 115 North fifth. Davy never thought of this Mary anti Virgie. 6, stares with admiration at the Back of the head of her hero Jimmy Harris. 14, after Jimmy got what he demanded from a Chicago Barber. Jiminy ordered a haircut to match his Davy Crockett hat and after a few glances in the Mirror when the Barber finished Jimmy smiled approvingly. The opinion of Jimmy s parents has not been reported. Flood peril holds in storm area Scot pub Luk Nob ? a Man and a woman died late yesterday in the fury of a Tornado that slashed into the Hillerege housing development Northeast of Here and smashed an estimated 25 Homo and today in area and tor ringtone Wyo t some to Miles to the West faced a mounting flood threat from the North Platte River. Nome sections of Torrington top 3,2711 have already been eve Actu ted the tornadoes no one could a it just How Many have hit in both is joining and Nebraska the past two Days in Wyoming they killed no one. But did Send several or son to hospitals killed Here were or v j Daniels 50, and Jim Karubos 16. Critical injured were or Daniels and or and mrs Nick Karutis parents of the dead boy \ report of a thin death in the housing development area had not been confirmed Early today. Two other children of the Karu to family Pete 9, and Rosalie to suffered painful head injuries some 25 persons in All were Given Host Ritat treatment Here a Large number of others suffered cuts and bruises out in the country other Ionia Doe bounced around they levelled House and building but so far As is known injured no one. The North Platte River started to Cut up after sunday cloudburst swamped parts of Wyoming. And along with the tornadoes in thus area there came drenching Rains a heavy enough to Send the River Over its Banks in the nearby Mitchell Region with some evacuation of families from the lowlands. Wyoming too got a new drenching yesterday afternoon with Hail and the River started to reach out further As it did great damage to Rich sugar to get lands lightning kills by the Assi Miami pities tornadoes or violent Thunder storms that struck in parts of the mid continent. South and fast left live persons dead More than a score injured and heavy property damage today. A Man and a woman were killed late yesterday when a twister smashed 25 Homes Al the Hillerege housing development Northeast of Scottsbluff. Neb some 25 Wrons received Hospital treatment two persons were killed by lightning Iii storms that swept parts of Texas and new Mexico last night property damage was expected to run Between $1oo,<hh and $500,000 Daniel Williamson 13, Little league baseball player was killed by lightning near Amden n. Yesterday while he and 12 other boys stood under a tree during a storm two other youths suffered Shock from the Idt. Hail and rain caused severe drop damage in Greenwood township in East Central Pennsylvania four inches of rain fell in one hour killed in the Nebraska Tornado were or v. J Daniels 50, and Jim Karubos 16 mrs Daniels husband and or and mrs Nick Karubos parents of the dead boy were critically injured the twister was one of a rash of tornadoes that hop scotched across part of Nebraska and Wyoming sunday night and yesterday. Several persons were injured in Wyoming the threat of a flood Hung Over continued on Page two sight missing flier on raft Tokyo to \ search plane to night sighted one of two to. S Marme fliers missing for three nights in the Pacific he was seen sending radio signals from a tiny life raft about 123 mile South of Tokyo a we Are in radio Contact with the Man a said an air Force spokesman. A two plane Are circling overhead until he is picked up the spokesman said the sa16 Albatross search plane which first spotted the raft could not Tell whether both missing marines were aboard a the planes dropped flares to Light up the area for a huge Armada of search planes and ships. We Don t know whether he will be picked up by a ship or a chopper helicopter Quot said the spokesman the Albatross which sighted the raft could not put Down Oil in surface because of the fog and darkness. The search spread Over 20,000 Miles of the foggy Western Pacific in an Effort to locate the fog shrouded men before they died of exposure As they drifted in Little rubber rafts. By grim coincidence the wife of one arrived today from Minneapolis with her 5-year-old son. She is mrs. David Winton Bell. Her husband a second lieutenant is the son of Charles ii. Bell president of general Mills inc. The Navy notified Bell yesterday that his son was missing. The Navy has not released the names of either Man. The fliers apparently bailed out or ditched when their f3d sky Knight twin Jet ran out of fuel. Jack Maes manager of the Fox theater in Atchison lat night was elected commander of the f Leming Jackson Seever Hist Ani mean legion vie goodknight was named first vice commander Rich Aid Sullivan second vice command or Louis Crockett finance chair Man will Ruth trustee Ernie Sandy adjutant the Rev Louis Nelson chaplain and William Brady historian. Seize gypsies in theft Here i three gypsies were arrested Bere today in connection with the theft of $130 from John Henson to. Cumming Friday morning Bond were set at $2, 88 each when they were arraigned before judge Dolan i Kelvy in City court their heal my were set for next tuesday. The three Are George Marks 43, Bessie Marks 48, and Alexander Marks 27, and their addresses Are listed As Hutchinson they Are to my held in the county lad All three Are charged with the theft of $130 from Henson and with giving Aid o an offender Dolly Mark .34, also charged in City court with theft and being held by authorities Al Emporia. The three were placed under arrest Here after being brought to Atchison by another Gypsy according to Boh Duncan assistant Conn to attorney. Dunean said the fourth Gypsy not implicated it the theft i Quot works closely with the Kansas Bureau of investigation Henson saturday identified Dolly Marks who was then timing held at Council Grove As the woman who came to his Home and asked that he go to the Cummings schoolhouse with tier others in the group remained in their car. Henson refused logo and after the gypsies left in their car die missed til Billfold containing tile Money. Predicts War in far East Seoul 1 South Korea null tar chief predicted today uie i communists will launch a new far Eastern War try i$54�?�?oprobably in Korea a a and when it comes it will in worse than june 25, lao said Gen a a Hyung Keun chairman of the joint chiefs of staff that was the Day North korean tanks rumbled across the 38th parallel in an attempt to smash the Republic of Korea in one lightning blow Lee said in an interview his nation now fears air planes not tanks. A North Korea has seven air divisions and 40 air bases Quot he said charging they were built up in violation of the armistice agree Merit the communist had no air Force arid Only two usable Fields at the end of the War he said. Wins me Cash Day Jackpot the name of Martin Vandrill 1215 Pacific Avenue was drawn today for the $110 top prize in Atchison a weekly Cash Day event. He was present in one of the participating stores and qualified Lor the prize. Other names drawn for prizes John a Miller 940 Spring $10. Mrs. Jesse Hood 314 North Sec Ond $10. Mrs Flora saw in hoi Santa be $ it. Rose Fraizer 124 North third. $5. Vandrill was at rays Market when the fire whistle sounded at 2 30 pm it was the second time his name had been drawn for a prize in recent weeks. The first was for one of the smaller prizes. Mrs. Hood collected $10 for being at Woolworth a and Rose Fraizer was paid $5 As she was also present at Woolworth a. Next weeks Jackpot will be $55 watch h out for walkers Lexington by. Up the warrant charged a pedestrian with damaging private property after he walked into the Side of an automobile. The Driver said his Windshield and rear View Mirror were broken. The pedestrian bruised and scratched on an Arm said he did t see the moving car. Sidewalk project under Way Atchison s "50 50�?� sidewalk project for this year got under Way yesterday afternoon when the City commit Ion accepted a bid of Schmeling and Kurtz Atchison contractors of $9,480 for 20,000 Square feet of four a Inch Concrete sidewalk and Hoo Square feet of six Inch driveway. The Schmeling a Kurtz bid was the Only uric received but a be Low the $9,560 estimate of Cit Engineer j. Broder fran under the program the City amt the property owners split the Cost of new Concrete sidewalk to be place rough and dangerous walk which arc More than to year old tin year program will involve 4,1881 running feet of five foot wide sidewalk commissioner also passed on second Reading an ordinance Airth Ori my the mayor and City clerk to enter into contract with the Vaughn construction co of St Joe for construction of Branchton a new sewn Dis 30 Vaughn Walow bidder last week on that project a Resolution a passed on first leading providing 15 minute Park my places on Utah Avenue in Iron of Trinity episcopal Church in line with a request made last week by the Rev in Hil Harris Rector the limited parking will be for week Days Only. Commissioner John Grandbouche took up the remaining 45 minute of the City meeting in urging More action on the to a Point program for civic improvement Widich he first presented to the commission last january. Mil k inspection he said he had received com plaint no coming a Lack of Mil inspection on out a of a town Dair Ich Selling locally and try manager add ii min said that will be of of the first assignments of c. A Vetter new Cit a county health sanitarian when Vetter takes of lice this Friday. Grandbouche asked what a been done in working toward to assessment and equalization old eely expansion of the City limits water Telephone and Power utile lies local Purchase policies Beau bijection Park system and a stir vey of local Industry and wage Scales mayor a Ferrell suggested that Iii the near future the Cit should name a citizen s committee to study Park improvement. Con i Kerning the water company ferr Ell said he and the City manage Elly son have been attending water company meetings and eel tilt water company is working to Neili gently toward lower costs. Quot we Art fortunate to have a Glt to Wale Hoard in command of the Situa lion Ferrell observed one step toward City beautification is Crea lion by the county of a county planning Board to function withe a three mile peripheral area Arouni Atchison Ferrell said. Ii son said he has been a Snow of under by work on the City Bud get which must be prepared prior to aug 5 he noted however tha Arfik Uii Park in being Complete rewired and that a clean up pro Gram is under Way there. Ferrell told Grandbouche that a Complete Survey of Atchison indu tries and a study of the local wag scale a been made by the Cham Ber of Commerce the City of at Chison itself i paying $1 to for common labor. Don Hall business manager for the labourers Union local who a been attending All recent City meet lugs said he has More than 200 local labourers available for work with new subdivisions Bein brought into the City Hall said he thought All of them should employ local labor. He said recent Street work performed in Atchison by. I St. Joe concern at first brought in considerable St Joe labor but late. Switched to local labor commissioners said they alway j request that local labor be Usei when the City lets contracts but that contractors usually insist on bringing their own foremen and experienced operators to handle expensive equipment next weeks City commission meeting will be tuesday july 5 at 4 30 . Because monday is a Holiday. Blaze hits gambling joints in Nevada Fly Nev. Gbo two gambling clubs and three cafes were de strayed last night ii a fire that spread so swiftly the game opera tors grab curl enc y on the tables. Mayor n. F. Broa Horn estimated the building and equipment Las at Between $500,00 and $750,000. An undetermined amount of cur Nency was lost by Tho Capitol Ani the Alpine clubs. The foul Story Brick Wall of the Ely theater building stopped the fires sweep Westward across the business District of this Coppe mining and milling town of about 4,000. A Over the top Wichita of Lyon county is the first in Kansas to go a Over the top in the 1955 mental health fund drive sponsors said Here today. Mrs. R p. Warren was chairman of the county a drive for a quota of $400. It raised $445

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