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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Atchison, Kansas10 Atchison Globe fuday thai 21. 197? party line Cuba plan services to Honor War Deada Thorton by Jeanne Scholz Morton memorial Day services will Honor the dead of All american wars on monday in the Horton and surrounding area cemeteries. The american legion Post Here is in charge this year. They and the veterans of foreign wars alternate the responsibility each year. The american legion detail which was appointed by commander Eugene Pfleider to participate in the ceremonies includes color bearers William w. Knouse and Aristeo Ramirez color guard John Kletchka and Lloyd Pederson firing squad Lloyd Schuetz Emmett Fryman Joe Vining Bud Barnes and Homer Wolverton commander firing squad Paul Ruvelt chaplain Lillie Rogers , Nile Waters. Ray Meyers will be acting commander for the vow and Marvin Scott officer for he Day. The East route scheduled by the american legion will in clude Laytonville cemetery . St. Leos 9 . Kenne Kuk . Brush Creek 10a.m. Muscotah . The West route will he detailed to the vow and will include the following schedule Mercier cemetery . Kickapoo Kenne Kuk 9 . Whiting . Wheatland 10 . Mission Lake where those buried at sea Are honoured . Upon ret urn to Horton details of both organizations will meet at the Horton cemetery at ., where the american legion Post will conduct memorial services with Ernest Trompeter Veteran of Wei delivering a Short address. Other Horton news included in the upcoming weekend in Horton will be the Horton High school alumni festivities scheduled for saturday at the Horton elementary school. Registration of guests will commence at o ., with the 1977 alumni association officers serving at the registration table. The Steak House in Horton will Cater Hie dinner which will be served by the local Kha chapter under the sponsorship of mrs. Phyllis Adcock. Clean up will be done by the Kays sponsored by Kenneth Krug. Don Campbell Falls City a 1950 graduate will be the master of ceremonies and entertainment will be provided by Sonja Soyland Tollefson from Hiawatha who is a 1958 graduate of Horton High. Following the banquet there will be a dance Al St. Leo s Parish Center from 9 To 1 ., with music furnished by the Crystal connections out of St. Joe. Mrs. Irene mydland and miss Mary Jean Hail will be taking the tickets Al the dance. Effingham Ida Taliaferro mrs. Harry Henderson hosted a reunion of schoolmates from the Atchison county Community High school classes of 1914 through 1917 for mrs. Arthur Jennie Kupsick from Pasadena calif., tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Kupsick s Niece Margaret shrove Wichita accompanied her. Among those recalling old school Days at a chs were or. And mrs. Frank Hun Helen Woodard Taliaferro Atchison Melissa Taliaferro Mccoy Nortonville Jennie Neil Hawk Horton Ella Scott Hargrove Dorothy Woodard Carrigan Jenevieve Hegarty Rose Clara Stutz Cormode Clark har Man Clyde Sowles Margaret Mary and Anna Coupe mrs. Doug Mccoy and Sara Goodwin. The a chs track decathlon winners were announced by coach Jim Maendele. They Are senior and Overall Dave Wilbourn Junior David Miller Sophomore Chris Hocken Barger freshman Handy Wilbourn. Third Gruck is and up. They will also sponsor a Reading program for first mid second graders Library s Are something persons May sign up for either program next week Al the Library. The Library will not be open on memorial Day. Promotion sunday will be held at the Union Church Sun Day morning after classes Are let out and before the Church service begins. Students receiving bibles will be Vicky Lynn Johnson Cheri Diane Hawk Darrin Scott Delfelder Sli Arin Kay High Michelle Elaine Parnell Lori Anno beak and Jon Joey Shipman. Those receiving perfect attendance pins and bars will be Tim Barnett Dana Burnett Danny Moser Kristie Mose Darrin Delfelder Sharin High Covell Hawk Kirk Kloepper Wade Delfelder Amy Hawk Karen High Ellen Hawk Lara Lee Sandy Jeanne Kloepper Mike Ellerman Joe Taliaferro John Delfelder and Shawn Kloepper. Rites pending for of Effingham James h. Garrelt 58, Effingham died this morning at the Atchison Hospital where he was admitted on May 16. Funeral arrangements Are pending at the o Trimble Funera at the Lake that they Hud to submit a plat within Days or the county would hire a Surveyor to do Hie Job and Ihen assess the Cost to landowners. The plat was needed so that it individual landowners could be accurately assessed by the appraiser s office. Commissioners were told last monday by a Surveyor that it could Cost As much As per lot to properly prepare a plat. Thirteen Suiter s Lake Lan Downers attended today s meeting. They discussed the ownership and maintenance of the roads Al the development area with commissioners. The roads Are private roads and not part of the county s township system. There appeared to be some disagreement whether the property owners or the Developer had the Rispon Sibilio y for maintaining them. A suggestion came out of the meeting that a Lake owners association be established with membership fees paid by landowners in the area to be spent for Upkeep of the roads and Lake. Commissioners said that was a problem to be worked nut among the Developer and landowners an not a concern of the county because the roads Are privately owned. Mary Knight services to be held sunday funeral services for Mary Knight 77, will be held sunday Way 29, at ., Al the Slanton Chapel. The Rev. Lewis Barton pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Sunset memory gardens. The family will receive friends Al the Slanton mortuary from ., saturday evening. Mrs. Knight died thursday morning at her Home 1426 commercial. She was the widow of Charles Knight a Well known Atchison plasterer who died may2h, 1970. Cow killed in Rural mishap the Atchison sheriff s plat for Sutler s Lake the Effingham City Library will sponsor a summer Reading program this year the Kun summer Reading program for Home in Effingham. Or. Garrett had been a heavy equipment operator for the department reported two icon at Liaison county Highway injury accidents occurred in the department for a number of county yesterday years. He is survived by a Ralph e Wentz. 67. Brother Charles Garrett of Atchison was involved in a one Effingham car Accident about When Bis vehicle hit a cow that walked in the Roadway Miles f run nov to fonts southofatchiscnonu.s.73.the vehicle suffered heavy front end damage and the cow was killed sheriff s officers said. Vehicles driven by Debora j. Braun 20, route 4, Atchison and Mark m. Doyen 48, Effingham were involved in a county commissioners today non injury Accident on main accepted a plat of butter s Lake Street in Effingham about from the Developer that App a according to the sheriff s patently will save landowners office. Doyen was westbound at the site an expensive platting and struck the Braun Auto As it process. Was pulling out of parking Bill Sutler the Developer space. No summons were presented a plat to com written. Missioners at the regular meeting at the courthouse that Russ Morgan and his dance had each plat numbered. Band will be playing at the county appraiser Charles dance to be held at the Clark said the plat was t Ideal american legion Home on but that it would provide enough wednesday night. Reservations information for him to work Are being taken at the legion with in assessing property and Are each. The dance owners at the Lake. Will be in the colonial Koom for about a month ago the county legion members and invited notified the 43 property owners guests. Soybean production Down in Kansas Topeka Kan. A soybean production in Kansas was Down 43 per cent in 1976 from 1975, the state crop and livestock reporting service said. Last year s production was placed Al 12.975 million bushels from acres. This compared with the 22.08 million bushels produced from 1.08 million acres in 1975. Cherokee county led 1976 production with 1.086 million bushels grown on acres. Allen county produced bushels and Brown county bushels. Hose who have had special training should be permitted to use process thai has already started. Witnesses from Kansas Oklahoma Nebraska and South Dakota testified on the subject at a project Endrin hearing. Kyle Barbehenn the project Leader from Washington said the objective is to minimize die risks so the benefits of Endrin will far outweigh them. We be Learned Here that it in t he said after listening taking notes and asking questions most of the Day. Don Peters head of the entomology department at Oklahoma state University said Endrin can be used without undue damage to the environment and cited a 1976 experience. In Oklahoma four million acres of wheat were infested two million were sprayed the average is usually Only the crop was saved. The main damage was fish kills on Ponds owned by Farmers themselves. Leroy Brooks Extension entomologist at Kansas state University had explained that Endrin is the Only effective weapon against the Pale Western cutworm and against the cutworm when it is dry and Cool. The Basic reason is Hal both live and do their damage beneath the soil s surface. We be got to have that said James h. Curlis president of agricultural consultants inc., at Perry okla. Please Don t do anything to impair the Farmer s ability to react quickly Sven he sees the Worms Are about to take Over his Missouri critics pledge to fight death penalty Endrin needed in War with cutworms Kansas City a the environmental Protection Agency seas told thursday that the chemical Endrin is necessary in the Farmer s War against the cutworm. That was the opinion expressed by Plains wheat growers the fliers who Spray their crops and specialists from their state governments and agriculture colleges. They said the suspect chemical can be used safely and without violence to the environment. Witnesses acknowledged the chemical is dangerous citing necessary precautions which include rubber suits and face masks. Some suggested that Only Furnace service sales installation air 0 inc. 367-1115. The Atchison fire department answered a Call at . Today at Shirley s tavern 937 main Street. Firemen said they investigated a noise in an air conditioner that turned out to be Only a rallying Drain pipe. There was no fire and no damage. Jim Clements insurance of ail kinds. 367-5222. Marriage License issued in is. Joe Glen d. Hundley Atchison and Cynthia g. Ellis St. Joe. Bring your prescription to Ball Bros. We deliver. The City of Atchison has announced the regular monday residential trash pickup will be made on memorial Day bul in will Slart an hour earlier at 7 . The downtown route usually made on monday will not be made until tuesday. Akk Tehson City to. A a constitutional death penalty Law is in effect for he second Day in Missouri and critics Are already pledging to fight it tooth and Nail with whatever Legal resources Are gov. Joseph Teasdale signed the Bill into Law on thursday and in Well into effect immediately. Teasdale said he was satisfied the death penalty is a deterrent to the epidemic of violent crime. Officials Hope the new Law will answer some of the constitutional questions thai had been raised by Boll the . Supreme court and the Missouri supreme court. A spokesman for the american civil liberties Union in Kansas cily said the Acle would provide Legal representation to any person charged with a capital offence in Missouri or help them Challenge the constitutionality of the death penalty statute. The same offer had been made when the state enacted the death Penally Stalzle two years ago. Teasdale a former Jackson county prosecutor said he hoped he Bill would be a warning Hal a tradition is about to be established where the horrible act could Likely result in forfeiture of the life of the the governor added he was satisfied the new Law complies Wilh the guidelines Sel Oul by the supreme court. The measure sponsored by House speaker pro Tern Boh Griffin a Cameron easily cleared both houses of the legislature this session. The action came less than a year after the . Supreme court struck Down death penalty Laws similar to Missouri s and Only months after the state supreme court voided the Missouri Law. Missouri s last execution was in february 1965, when Lloyd Leo Anderson of St. Ixia is was executed in the Gas chamber Al the main prison for the slaying of a teen Ager during a drug store Holdup. The new Law Calls for a trial Wilh two hearings for Hose accused of capital to determine if the defendant is guilty and a second to determine the penalty either death or a lesser punishment. Capital murder is described As wilful deliberate premeditated taking of another s life. Lie opening May Belle s Beauty Nook june 1, 1o1 North 8. Phone 307-1513. Mrs. Gladys Gerber 1705 country Lane is in Kansas City to be with her sister mrs. . Gampher and or. Camphor for the funeral of heir daughter Jan 22, who died thursday at menorah Hospital after a Brief illness. She was completing nurses training this Spring and is the second daughter of or and mrs. Gampher to die tragically in her Early 20s. Mrs. Gampher is the former Kush Betty Shepherd. Funeral ser vices for Jan Gampher will be at 11 . Saturday at my. Moriah 10500 Holmes Kansas City mo., arid burial at f airland cemetery Topeka. Charlotte s Flower shop memorial Day special decoration Day bouquet up Cash and Curry. 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