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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Atchison, Kansas2 Atchison Globe sunday. Maich 31. 1974 the members of the inspection department of the transportation equipment division Rockwell International recently completed five years of work in their department without a lost time injury. This period of time represents a total of Man hours. In recognition of this record a safety certificate award furnished by the employers insurance of Wausau wis., was presented to the employees. Holding the certificate in the picture Are Jim Kelley inspection Foreman and Carolyn Walker inspection employee. Rockwell Ted photo. Next saturday and sunday Are the dates of the first District Spring convention of the veterans of foreign wars and it will be held in Atchison at it. Jared Fox Jackson Post no. 1175. In attendance will be Raymond Neil Stotler Dodge City senior vice commander of the department of Kansas. He has been a member of the Dodge City vow Post 27 years and is a Veteran of world War ii serving overseas duty three years in the South Pacific. Registration for the convention will be held from 2 until 6 . Saturday at the vow Home and a banquet will be held saturday night followed by a dance. Maj. Gen. Edward r. Fry adjutant general of the Kansas army National guard will be guest Friday was a typical March Day showers warm and then Cool and finally a late afternoon wind that Shook a lot of dead branches from Trees in the residential areas. Funeral services were held yesterday for Byron a. Albers 45, at St. John s lutheran Church Bendena the Rev. Fred Ollendorf officiating. Burial was in Moray cemetery with masonic rites at graveside conducted by the Denton Lodge. Or. Albers a Well known Farmer of Doniphan county died wednesday in a pne car to relax Speed curb in Europe London a lower Speed limits imposed at the height of the Oil crisis to save fuel Are being relaxed in much of Europe even though they Are thought to have saved lives As Well As gasoline. Britain France and West Germany were among the nations that ordered Speed limit reductions last fall and All three showed significant reductions in Highway accidents Dur ing the period according to government statistics. But the easing of the Oil situation and urging from Auto manufacturers suffered a Sharp drop in sales Are bringing higher speeds Back. British motorists could drive 70 Miles an hour on the coun try s superhighways again Fri Day after More than three months of a 50 . Limit. Safety experts Are convinced the slower limits reduced Acci dents noting this january s 000 Road casualties were 14 per cent fewer than in january 1973. There were 560 deaths this january nine per cent fewer than the january before. In France authorities imposed a 75 . Restriction last november on the previously limit free turnpikes while limits went from 62 to 56 . On most other roads. With the lower Speed limits in Force for part of 1973, Road Acci dents for the year were reported Down 18.7 per cent and deaths Down 15.8 per cent Over 1972. The West German govern ment put a 62 . Limit on its autobahn and a 50 . Limits on All other roads last november and government statistics showed a significant reduction in serious traffic accidents. Last january for example statistics showed 957 persons killed in Auto Acci dents Down 28 per cent from january 1973.___________ they la do it every time with Hope you re not getting seriou6. Of How prec dry females Okay 3ila see Vou later but wow poes she feel a80ut daughter Mynah s Romance 00 xxi like him he s not just 5trinsins you along have Voo met his folks Etc of Mother i just met last week looking a place to live to buy or rent a Home Call Countryside Home sales Home of the Sierra modular 1605 main 367-3764 services held for George Anderson 70 funeral services for George v. Anderson 70, Kansas City kas., formerly of Atchison were held saturday at . At St. Peter s Cathedral. Burial was in it. Calvary cemetery in Atchison. Or. Anderson died thursday at Bethany medical Center after being ill the last six months. He retired in 1968 from the Kansas City terminal railway where he had worked for 25 years. He was born at Everest and lived in Atchison from 1933 to 1943, when he was employed by the Pillsbury co. Or. Anderson and the former Helen Klein of Atchison were married in 1930. Surviving Are mrs. An Derson of the Home and two daughters sister Stephanie Anderson mount St. Scholastic Convent and mrs. Bonnie Goldak Leavenworth and five grandchildren. The Gibson Butler mortuary of Kansas City was in charge of arrangements. It is not difficult to meet expenses these Days. In fact you meet them every time you turn around. Republican Chili and pie supper thursday april 4, american legion Home starting at . Adults students 75 cents. Weekly Wall Street by ci1et Currier a business writer new York a surging Short terminate restates turned the past week into a rough ride for Stock Market investors. The popular averages Gener ally snowed their worst de Clines since the second week in january. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 31.15 to 846.68, its lowest close since feb. 20. Of the issues traded on the new York Stock Exchange declined and Only 284 advanced. Nose volume was a Slack 61.16 million shares Down from 64.64 million the week before. Most of the declines tame in the last three Days of the week after the Market which had been holding steady for several sessions seemed to give Way to the continued pressure of inter est rate increases. By Friday Many Banks had raised their prime lending rates to 9v per cent from a Low ear Lier in the year of to and at least two had posted rates of 9% per cent. Analysts said rising interest rates have a twofold negative Impact on Stock prices. They affect the Overall business out look by raising the Cost of Bor rowing Money and at the same time they tend to Siphon Money out of stocks and into interest bearing investments. One Hundred big Board is sues reached 1974 highs during the week compared with 240 yearly lows. American Telephone was the nose s most Active Issue Down 1 at on the american Stock Exchange syntax fell 9% to 49% in trading almost eight times As heavy As any other Issue on the Exchange. On thursday the company noted that an anti arthritic drug it makes had been criticized in a British medical journal. Syntax defended the drug As useful and effective. The amex s Market value in Dex was Down 5.33 to 96.37. The nose s Broad based composite Index meanwhile dropped to 50.21. Thomas Jefferson was the first president to be inaugurated in Washington d.c., March mrs. John Heiser 124 Green Street and mrs. Violet Hopple 1601 South sixth Street were in Leavenworth wednesday to visit mrs. Heiser s sister mrs. Joe Burk who is a patient at St. Mary s Hospital. Charged with lying trial tomorrow for super Loy Alist Chapin Globe candid camera Washington a around the White House Dwight l. Chapin was known As a super loyalist a Man of absolute Devotion to Richard Nix on. His reputation was that of a Nice Guy who did the unquestioning and unquestioned bid Ding of his Boss and Patron . Haldeman. When Chapin gave orders the bark was really Haldeman s. Daniel Moynihan once tagged Chapin As a perfect Neutral executor who never aspired to become a policy maker like others who had held his Job appointments Secretary to the president. He and Gordon Strachan an other Haldeman lieutenant thought ahead in 1971 to the general election a year away and contacted an old chum from their Days at the univer sity of Southern California Donald Segretti. Segretti said they offered him a Job to perform certain Politi Cal functions for the re election of president the Job it turned out was to pull dirty tricks or As Segretti said similar to College pranks at he understood it to be nothing improper or but Chapin went before a fed eral grand jury a year ago and said he never gave Segretti any instructions about targeting on particular democrats that he did t know Segretti had distributed Campaign literature that he advised his buddy to go to the Fri and that he did t know what Segretti was paid. The grand jury determined Chapin was lying in each in stance and indicted him on four counts of making false state ments each punishable by a maximum Fine of and 5 Yean in prison. Chapin goes on trial monday before a jury in the courtroom of . District judge Gerhard a. Gesell. The government s two major witnesses against him will be John w. Dean Iii the ousted White House counsel and Segretti fresh from prison where he served 4% months of a six months sentence for violating Campaign Laws. While the Segretti matter was not directly related to the watergate the cover up of the fact surrounding or. Segretti s activities was consistent with other parts of the general White House cover up which Patent White Patent Black Patent gleaming color so deep you can see into it a new look for Patent leather so Brilliant it s like looking into a Fine jewel. Also interesting never needs polish just wipe with a Damp cloth. See the new ones 613 commercial 367-2332 followed the watergate in Dean testified last year. Segretti told the Senate watergate committee that Chapin sent him to president Nixon s personal lawyer Herbert w. Kalmbach to discuss salary a year plus expenses. He said he received biweekly from Kalmbach from the beginning of september 1971, to Jan. Plus 000 for expenses from Kalmbach. His activities during the Flor Ida primary distributing fake literature prompted the charges against Segretti. When stories about Segretti surfaced in newspapers after watergate Dean said the White House became worried Abou Chapin s involvement and he was advised to leave. He did and obtained a Job with United air lines in Chicago As director of Market planning. He went on leave from that Posi Tion after his indictment last nov. 29. Rose Christian Spring like weather has Many children playing outside and these boys have seized the Opportunity to carve out a foxhole near their Homes. Shown above Are Curt Keith son of _ _ or. And mrs. Clarence Keith 925 Green Street Gregg Baker son services monday or. And mrs. Tom Baker 1314 South ninth Street and Mark j Arensberg son of or. And mrs. Pete Arensberg 927 Green mrs. Rose Christian 79, Street route 1, died yesterday afternoon at the Atchison Hospital. She had been in declining health for an extended period. Mass of resurrection will be held monday at 2 . At St. Joseph s Catholic Church with the Rev. Roderic Ciller officiating. Burial will be in it. Vernon cemetery. The Rosary will be recited at 8 tonight at the Stanton Chapel where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9. Born july 21, 1894, in at Chison mrs. Christian was a daughter of Patrick and Lottie Evans Dorgan. She attended Atchison schools and the former St. Louis College. She and Robert Christian were married nov. 28, 1924. They lived on a farm in the float area before moving to Atchison in 1941. Or. Christian died april 30, 1968. Mrs. Christian was a member of St. Joseph s Catholic Church the altar society and the Lucky 13 club. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Leo Mary May Weber Atchison and mrs. Richard Rose Ella Shaver la. Grange 111 a son Robert Lee Christian Atchison nine grandchildren and one great grandchild. When she hangs onto your every word you re a bridegroom. When she listens and then does As she pleases you re a father. And when you have to shout to be heard you re a Grandfather. Liberia in Africa was founded in 1822 when a Settle ment was made by negro freedmen from the United states it was declared a re Public in 1847. Free with Dipo it of 5000 Enesco salad set Cherry Wood i finish 10" bowl four 4" bowls spoon and Fork. 2 grand prix pocket radio telescoping Antenna earphone. 4 Hamilton scotch Kooler 4-Gal. W Tough rust and Dent proof poly ethylene. Removable storage tray serving tray lid. 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