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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Atchison, Kansas Atchison daily Globe. Tuesday. June 28. 1955 complaints to Hall on Box car shortage top Fra f a gov Fred Hall ttys he is receiving complaints of a a critical shortage of Box cars for the Kansas wheat Harvest he said he has contacted the association of Merican railroads and has been assured everything possible is being done to alleviate the situation. Regardless of How the situation comes out this year the governor said he plans to have some talks with the railroads about planning for next year. A i Don t see Why we cannot avoid the recurring shortages each year by proper planning before hand a Hall said. To of Ftp ass Washington of a president Eisenhower will hold a news conference tomorrow his first in three weeks. Nom Turi Mai. Show time ton Ite 7 20�?9 30 Johnve a. Lana Wayn Riburn or Arrie ref Timotio Wasner Bros Al was a cd zoloft cinema5cop� ,0 a it a a a v David Farrar Lyu Bettger Tab Hunter plus late news i cartoon my i i i v not Imti fed \ vim i mix a a Iii Kasday Jack Webb murder iat Mua Mau Mut Mimsi us Mem or. Took sex some Uon irn take a Man to or cleaner As soon As the spot him. Tuesday 9 00 . \ Slu. This j be Iii a y brr sneak wow we \ \ cinemascope tam a Korde Varker our i i in word i por it. It s a must Siim picture Bis Quot Quot in comedy no Quot Quot so of Oft wednesday thursday dangerous adventure. In the worlds richest gambling House one flirt. Four Guys end the a a perfect stick up Quy Madison Kim Novak Brian Keith against Tab House also cartoon news Novelty push to Avert steel strike Pittsburgh in Cio United steelworkers president David j. Mcdonald preying to Avert a nationwide steel strike thursday Midnight resumed negotiations today with the nation s six big steel producers at the same time u. S. Steel corp the world s largest producer and Jones a Laughlin Cor the nation s fourth biggest steel maker said preliminary step Way to it effect an orderly shutdown of its Mills. A spokesman for Jones a Laughlin also said the company will submit an offer to the Union later in the Day. He Aid the offer substantially will be the same As that offered by u s steel earlier. That offer was rejected by the Union before entering the meeting with i s s a it 1 Mill. 1. J Kilt by a newsman if he at any time suggested to Industry a plan for a guaranteed unemployment Benefit fund Mcdonald replied a our contract Calls for wages wages Only. I will stand by the contract. I have talked to the steel companies Only about a Sut Stantial wage increase a a the big Union is pushing for a wage settlement before thursday Midnight and is empowered by its wage policy Committer to Call a nationwide Quot Trike then if its de in and for a substantial wage increase Are not met plan dial continued from Page one Lar size exchanges at Osage reach Republic Clarksville Lancaster a Marionville a compared to present rates with Handset monthly charges for service within Rushville and Dekalb will be As follows residence one a party City Flat rate from $2 to $3.ss, or an in crease of about five rents a Day. Resident e Rural Multi a party service will be eliminated and an improved 8 party Metallica de service at 12.75 a month will be offered. The company also will offer City residence two party Flat rate scr vice at $3 a month. Residence extensions will be reduced from $1 to 75 cents a month City business one party Flat rate service with Handset will be increased from $3 75 a month to $5-75, tip about seven cents a Day in addition a business Semi Public service at $5.40 a month will in offered business extensions will be reduced from $1 50 to $1.25 a month Multi a party Rural business service will he discontinued and 8 party Metallised Rural business service will be offered at $4.25 a month. All Long distance rates will be unchanged it is planned to serve a Small area near sugar Lake now in the Rushville Exchange from Atchi son. There ate 41 telephones in this Ai Ca. Quot in this area existing line will be rebuilt or new replacing Liney will be built sickling said. A two wire circuits with unproved trims Mission will tx1 provided. Crank to it get telephones will be replaced is till modern common Battery instruments. There will be not More than eight parties on a line. Quot since these customers will receive Atchison service the same rates will apply As apply to a1 Atchison customers. The Atchison tor Rural 8 a party metallic tied residence service is $3.50 a month and the Rural 8 party bust Ness rate is to 25 a Mouth Quot of this area is transferred to the Atchison Exchange Atchison Long distance rates will apply to the customers transferred. This will mean that five minute Day station to station Calls to Rushville and Dekalb will be to cents and three minute Day station to station Calls to St. Joseph will be 25 cents for these customers Quot under the new arrangement it will be considerably cheaper i it a Rushville Dekalb residents to Call Atchison than it will be for them to Call St. Joe. A three minute pay station Call from either Rushville or Dekalb to St Joe will com 20 cents \ four minute pay station Call from either Rushville or la Kalb to Atchison will Cost Only to cents. Held for trial on manslaughter charge Leroy Ward 30, 817 m Street was bound Over to the next term of Atchison county District court on manslaughter charges at his pre ii in Mary hearing before judge Dolan Mckelvy in City court this morning. Ward is charged in connection with the deaths of wills Mac Ballow and Hortense Wilkerson who were fatally injured in an Auto Accident april 23, on k 7 North of Atchison. Ward who has been at Liberty under Bond again furnished $1,000 and was released to appear at the next term of District court. Bill and warned that cd deputies1 would not support it in its present form. Parliament is determined to Clamp civilian controls on the new German army. The opposition socialists and some members of Adenauer a four coalition parties charge that the Brief three paragraph volunteers Law does not provide safeguards against a resurgence of German militarism. At the Hospital admitted mrs. Pat supple 302 Mound mrs. Sophia Thomas. 612 Washington mrs. Prank Byrne 1716 i Laramie Mickey Davenport. 1140 South seventh dismissed Gary Hager 111 South fourteenth mrs. William Cummings Valley palls rih his or and mrs Charles Weinmann 1718 q a daughter today or and mrs Millard Jolly Weston a daughter today. Fire loss heavy in Oklahoma town Al Reno okla. Ftp fire which raged almost out of control for six hours last night left this Centra Oklahoma City with the heart of its business District a blackened ruin. Damages were estimated by insurance Mon at up to half a million dollars. Two three Story buildings were levelled. The Walls of an adjoining department store remained standing but the store was burned out and its frontage ruined. Cause of the fire was not deter mined. Fire chief i Eroy Searcy said he believed it started from a spark beneath a stairway. Lights were doused by fire damage to Power lines and firemen Laboured Only by the Light from the blazing buildings. Two firemen were overcome by smoke. Ploys throughout the nation and 90,205 other in various government agencies with separate pay systems. The increase which will Cost about 328 million dollars a year is retroactive to March i this Means the employees will get Lump sum payments totalling about to million As soon As they can be arranged. The annual payroll for the workers covered by the Bill now is about $4,350,000,000 a year. The last general pay raise for these workers was in 1951. The increases will run from about $190 a year to $1,005 for the civil service employees. Walter Hunter Leavenworth As chairman of the state Board of penal institutions. Hunter was named last april by Hall to fill out the unexpired term of Phil Hawkins Olathe who resigned. Other reappointment announced by Hall Are Forrest j. Kenney Horton As state savings and loan commissioner. Or. It c. Anderson Topeka and or. William f. Roth or. Kan Sas City to the advisory commis Sion on institutional management traffic toll Topeka Kansas traffic fatalities listed by the state Accident records Section in the last 24 hours i to Date in 1955�?255 same period 1954�?250 Afghanistan is one of the few countries in the world hire medical education is free. State liquor control chief named to Bench Topeka George s Reyn old \ chief enforcement officer for the state liquor control office a been named judge of the first division of the 13th judicial District by gov. Fred Hall. Reynolds 37, succeeds the late judge Clay c. Carper in the District which includes Butler Greenwood Elk and Chautauqua counties new judge formerly was attorney of Greenwood and City attorney at eur the county county reka the governor also reappointed cites danger of Reich civil War Eisenhower signs big pay hike Bill showers hold continued from Page one my High of 78 and Garden City and Hutchinson 96. Overnight lows varied from 70 at Concordia town to 60 at Good land War Veteran continued from Page one Hall celebrant. Burial will be at mount Calvary cemetery. Rosary will be recited at the Stanton Chapel tonight at 8 o clock pallbearers will be Edmund Breuer Theodore Debauge Lloyd Nev ins Richard smart Bernard Ulrich or and John Weatherford. Flood peril continued from Page one the stricken Nebraska area. The North Platte River swollen by heavy Rains forced evacuations from some areas. Mrs. Henry Julian about 50, was killed by lightning As she stood in her front Yard at Canadian killed Kenneth e. Guyer or 46, in a Field on his farm near Panhandle Tex. Winds reached 80 Miles an hour in several sections of Carlsbad n m. Telephone and Power lines i were ripped Down and heavy Rains i flooded streets. Skies were generally Clear from the Mississippi Valley eastward to 1 the Atlantic and West of Tho con i Tifental Divide. Most Okinawa children never tasted cows milk until Relief agencies shipped in dried powdered milk after world War i. Bonn Germany to Fly Chancellor Konrad Adenauer warned the West German parliament today that the russians Are preparing East German youth for a civil War against the Bonn Republic. Quot in East Germany we face a Landing army of 150,000 germans trained by the soviet army Quot Adenauer said adding a in East Germany the youth is being prepared for civil War against West the Chancellor plunged into a Stormy debate in the bundestag lower House Over a Bill to authorize the government to Call up the first 6,000 Volunteer German soldiers this summer for training. Adenauer intervened after a Leader of his own Christian democratic party cd assailed the Washington president by Senhor it today signed the Bill raising the pay of 1,073,262 Federal employees 7�?~fc per cent or an average of about $325 a year. Enactment of the measure Complete a round of u. S. Pay increases voted at this session totalling about i 4 billion Dollar the Bill signed today covers 983 -057 classified civil service pm Iya carry fast acting turns for iced Relief from acid indices no water needed. No waiting. A urns car to a a rot Tim Tummy ant you fully Cove to combre Hensiak per Sona liability i n s u r Anco will cover you for any damage to the property of others caused by the property of others caused by your children. Be sure and insure Commerce investment co. Nels Greenlund vier pm 423 commercial Atchison Kansas Burma ten serving Thi Middle West the Burlington. One of the nations great transportation systems with 11,000 Miles of Railroad in 14 states. Has been providing the Middle West with dependable Low Cost transportation for Over too years. When you ship or travel via Burlington you patronize a progressive tax paying Home town vitally interested in helping build a stronger happier More productive Community state and nation. 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