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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Atchison, Kansas I Atchison close a sunday August 22, 1976 pm Kan party Una Gam Mew l would enlarge Tri county Manor at horton1 Jewell 56 2 Republic 75 12 Mitt we 133 4 22 Cloud. Of Washington Mai Snail reman 115 157 162 -7 23 19 cur 135 30 Atchison yet Effingham Ida Taua Farro by Jeanne Scholz Horton Gas tentative plans to enlarge the Tri county Manor nursing Home with the first step by the Board of directors of that institution being made when they engaged the firm of Carmichael associates architects to again work with them in securing a certificate of need for an additional 25 Beds to be added onto the existing facility. At the same time they have asked the firm to explore the possibility of to to 15 apartments to provide sheltered care also the apartments would each have three rooms with outside entry. This information comes from Tom Tollefson chairman of the Board. However the Board has been advised of an unconfirmed report that As of july there is an undeclared moratorium on putting together nursing Home feasibility is. This and other technicalities would delay the actual construction of such an expansion but the Board of directors upon the advice of Carmichael associates will go ahead and put together the data that is needed. Tri county Manor which opened in May of 1975, is filled and there is a Long waiting list. In the event that All hurdles Are cleared this Long Range improvement program would Call for a new Wing to be built extending Southeast. The apartment residents would be separate from the Manor except they would have the service of medical help of needed and a daily Check As to their condition. These apartment residents would be permitted to keep their cars parked there and could come and go As they wished. Or. And mrs. Tom figgs hosted a family Barbecue at the figgs Home thursday evening. Those present were or and mrs. Larry figgs Toronto Ohio mrs Mary Kyle Candia Calif. Orville figgs son Kevin red Bluff Calif. Anita sheeley Topeka or. And mrs. Irwin figgs Sabetha and their Mother or. And mrs. Ellis Robinson Nortonville. This map shows births by county of residence in Northeast Kansas during 1975 top figure and increase or decrease of births in the last three years Bottom figure Northeast cooperative Extension area map. Or. And mrs. Karl Kuckel Man. Mark Janet and Kristen Aurora colo., Are visiting his Krents or. And mrs. John Uckelman. The senior citizens will meet monday with a potluck dinner at the City building at noon. Mrs. Gara Corm ode and mrs. Roce Lott Are in charge of the entertainment and mrs. Irwin Morgan and mrs. Florence Pyne the refreshments. Other Horton news mrs. William Matthews and daughter Mary have been kits for a few Days of mrs. Atthews Mother mrs. Ethel Bowman. The Matthew Home is in Olathe. Winners of heats of the demolition Derby which concluded the Tri county fair activities included George Hartman Valley Falls Ron Pine Platte qty to. Tom Kearney Effingham Bill Oartel Kansas qty Gary Kearney Atchison Dave Schultz Willis and Ken Waller St. Joseph. Ron Pines car was the last of 44 survivors from Kansas Missouri and Nebraska. The Derby was sponsored by the Horton Everest Jaycees for the third year and the event Drew a crowd of 1,800. Trophies were presented by l. Crestline Ray Lynch Everest feed and Supply Central Auto parts Horton Auto parts Gary Coder Horton Wlk Chok and Paul Mclenon Mia insurance. All proceeds from Jaycee functions including the Derby Are used to finance Community betterment projects in the Horton Everest and Willis areas. Kevin Linck and Dean Rice were chairmen of the Derby. Crestline is president of the organization which has 67 members. Evaluation for suspect in slaying of boy Leavenworth a a psychiatric evaluation was ordered Friday by juvenile court judge John l. White for a 18-year-old youth being held in connection with the disappearance last year of 6-year-Oid Murry Bachar. Skeletal remains believed to be the boys were found Friday beside a Railroad track near the downtown business District after investigators said they received a tip from a youth. Frank m. Robertson Leavenworth police chief said he believed the Bachar youth was assaulted inside the City limits while walking Home from a Pool at fort Leavenworth on aug. 16.1975. Austin n. Wyrick assistant county attorney said the youth being held could not be tried As an adult under Kansas Law because he was less than 16 when the crime was committed. The youth was ordered taken to Osawatomie state Hospital. Jim Clements insurance of All kinds $$7-5222 Success la like underwear it creeps up on you. Laipple Heads two county legion Council Wally Laipple of Wathena american legion Post 161 has been appointed commander of the Atchison Doniphan county Council by District commander de Powers of Leavenworth. He has served As commander of the Wathena Post in 1956 and county Council commander in 1960, on the District executive committee District adjutant and District vice commander and is present Post americanism chairman. Jim goes of the Troy Post was appointed vice commander. He has served As commander of Troy Post As Well As on other legion committees Francis Hyde of Fleming Jackson a Soever Post 6, Atchison was appointed adjutant. He has been top membership getter of the Atchison Post for years As Well As top in the state of Kansas. All three Are members of Voiture locale no. 1432 of 40 k 8 functions of the Council Are to promote membership see that the american i Region county government Day program is sponsored. Also help posts sponsor other americanism programs. The six posts of Atchison Doniphan counties have a membership of approximately 1,800 _ a at Awe a wow Benedictine Abbey fined $15, failure to yield right of Way. Forrest Eugene Thorpe Reed Springs mo., fined $150 and paroled from a five Day jail sentence driving while intoxicated and driving on a dam site. His License will be restricted for a period of six months. Albert Handke Joos division fined $15, failure to yield right of Way Northeast Kansas courthouses Atchison county Atchison 1976 vehicle registrations Roger a. Crosswhite 441 South seventh Dodge. Willie or Grace Cowley route 1, Chevrolet. Philip h. Jones co., 901 Riverview Mercury. Orbie or Maxcien Hisle route 2, Chevrolet. Dan Schletzbaum route 4, Chevrolet. Nek Rural areas show increase in birth total police report a a a a Gary d. Aversman 310 North fourteenth was reported in Good condition at the Atchison Hospital yesterday after being admitted there Early yesterday morning for treatment of injuries suffered in a motorcycle Accident. Aversman was reported As operator of a motorcycle which struck a curb in an Alley behind the Valley state Bank eighth and commercial around 2 34 . Saturday. He was thrown off the Cycle and taken to the Hospital for treatment. Jimmy d. Wykert route 2, was arrested for creating unnecessary noise with a motor vehicle in the 700 Block of commercial at 3 10 . Yesterday. He was later released on $25 Bond. Real estate transfers Paul j. And Mary Helen Bur Kart to Layton e. And Joyce k. Underwood four acres More or less in the Southwest Quarter of Section 7, township 6, Range 21. Clarence l. And Elaine f. Engebritson to Edward f. And Laura f. Wilson the South 37vfc feet of lots i and 2 in Block 99, old Atchison. This property is located in the 800 Block of North seventh. Russell l. And Della May Miller to Addaline m. Thompson the North 41 feet of lots 9, to and la in Block 6 of South Atchison. This property is located in the 600 Block of South seventh. Addaline Marie Thompson to the City of Atchison lot is in Block 23 of North Atchison. This property is located in the Hoo Block of North sixth. Hyland and Myrtle Church to Charlotte and David Doherty the East half of lot 14 in Block 19 of West Atchison. This property is located in the 1400 Block of main. After several years of decreasing births Rural areas in Northeast Kansas Are reversing the trend. A Survey indicates number of births have increased by As much As 30 per cent in some counties in the 1973-75 period Kansas had a 5.5 per cent increase in births from 1973 to 1975, while the number of births were decreasing nationally. Much of the increase in Kansas was in Rural areas. At least a part of the increase is because More Young families Are staying in the Rural areas notes Ralph Utermoehlen area Extension specialist in Community resource development. Other reasons for the change May vary but the per cent change is greatest in Gay Marshall Doniphan Goud Republic and Mitchell All largely Rural communities. Riley Geary Douglas and Johnson counties showed slight increases while number of births declined in Shawnee and Leavenworth counties. Better farm incomes More Industry in the smaller cities and improved livestock programs were cited As factors in decreasing the out migration of Young families by Utermoehlen. Also there is a a Aback to the country movement nationally. A we need to continue our efforts to provide jobs for the Young families who want to live in Rural areas a the Kansas state University specialist said. A if out migration resumes Many businesses services and facilities needed by both Farmers and town residents will close. Our schools medical and cultural facilities can match the Quality of life generally available in smaller communities but it will take Effort and leadership stresses Utermoehlen. The Pride program has provided a method of Community improvement and leadership developed for Many Kansas communities and has had its greatest Impact in the smaller county fair awards divorce granted in District court judge . Lowry presiding Lissa Dawn Bailey from Gary Eugene Bailey. Is it i Gary c. Genail 1012 Maple and Harold e. Simpson Rushville were charged with drag racing in the 500 through 800 blocks of main at 11 16 . Friday. Simpson was also ticketed for driving on an expired License. Douglas g. Britt Raymore mo., suffered minor injuries when his Semi truck struck a Utility pole in the 1900 Block of main around 5 13 Friday evening. My j us 409 i lunch menus for the first three Days of this week Cooks of unified school District 409 will be preparing meals for Trinity lutheran school and on thursday they will increase their menus for Trinity lutheran and All centers in us 409. The menus As released by us 409 director of food services Marjorie Koch Are As follows monday hamburger Gravy Golden potatoes Oregon mix hot Roll peaches Cowboy cookie and milk. Tuesday pizza buttered Corn Grapefruit sections in Lime jello bulgar cake and milk. Wednesday hamburger on a homemade Bun with Pickle and Ketchup French Fries buttered Corn Orange smiles and milk. Thursday Orange juice Taco crunch with lettuce and cheese spinach cinnamon Roll and milk. Friday Batter Fried fish on a homemade Bun with Tarter sauce onion rings cabbage salad Appl Crisp and milk. Effingham Gas Kevin Keihl showed the grand Champion Breeding Gilt in the 4-h division of the Swine show at the Atchison county fair he also showed the grand Champion Market hog. He is a member of the Brush Creek 4-h gub and the son of or. And mrs. Charles Keihl Horton. The winners in the different Breeds were is follows Duroc. Champion Kevin Keihl Reserve. Rich Keihl with Susan Stema Dorff showing a Blue Kathy Ferguson showed the top Blue Gilt in the York Breed Hampshire championship Arent to Kim Blunt daughter of Carl Blunt and a member of the Brush Creek 4 h club Reserve went to Darrin Matthias with Alan Barnett showing a Blue Jim Keihl won top award in the mix Breed Gilt class with Philip Sowers Reserve Jim Saffron. Karl Buffoon and Jerry Blunt showed Blue ribbon hogs the Market hogs were divided into weight classes with Jim Koger ranking first with his entry in the weight class of 17 20. Alan Barnett Reserve with Kim Blunt Rhonda Smith Jerry Blunt winning Blue Del Locke was first in the 210 to 222 Pound class and Rich Keihl second Jerry Blunt end Jim Keihl received blues in the 22 230 weight class. Kevin Keihl was first. Ram Koger second and blues went to Darrin Matthias. Don Keihl. Arf Barnett and Allen Barnett in the 24 122 weight class. Kevin Keihl was first and Damon Bowen second with Brian Vassar and Terry Hawk winning blues Kevin Keihl won the pen of three last with Del Locke Reserve Blue ribbon winners included Tracy Rice. Jim Buttron. Jerry Blunt Rich Keihl won the Lunier titling end showing class followed by Oon Keihl Blue ribbon winners. Karl Buttron Amy Hawk lot Blunt Darrin Matthias. Andy Barnett Jerry Blunt was top in the senior division of the fitting and showing class with Kevin Keihl Reserve. Blue placings were Donna Stema Dorff. Susan stems Dorff. Phil Sowers. Art Barnett Kim Blunt Tracy Rice. Clay Rice. Ram Koger. Jim Keihl and Linda Sternsdorff Brian Fowler showed the Champion Holstein cow in the 4-h Dairy show. He is a member of the Lucky Clover 4-h and the son of or. And mrs. Charles Fowler Cummings. Jackie sheeley was Reserve champions she is the daughter of or. And mrs. Butch sheeley Nortonville and a member of the Prairie View 4-h club. Placings in the different classes were in order As follows hoist in Halter calf. Jeff Hoffman Darren Fowler. Ken Wilson to Compton Holstein yearly Heifer. To Compton Brian Fowler Jeff Hoffman Jim Wilson. Holstein cow Brian Fowler Jackie sheeley. Jeff Hoffman and Wanda Wilson Lenora Schesser was Champion with her entry in the Jersey cow Breed she is a member of the Rose Valley 4-h club daughter of or and mrs Jim Schesser. Terr Dunn was Reserve Champion with her cow she is a member of the Prairie View 4 h club daughter of or and or George Dunn Monte fought was Gurnsey Champion Winner he is the son of or and mrs Roy Faught and a member of the Effingham Community 4 h club. Livestock Sale nets $37,360 at fair Effingham Gas the Sale of 4-h livestock which was a closing feature of the Atchison county fair in Effingham Friday night amounted to $37,360.02. John Armstrong Atchison purchased Jeff Hoffman a grand Champion steer for $80 a Hundred pounds or a total of $892. The steer weighed 1,116 pounds. Pruessner Ford Atchison paid $3.15 a Pound for Traci Hawks top Market Lamb or a total of $346. Blair Mill and elevator co. Paid $82 a Hundred for Kevin Kiehlo Stop Market hog or a total of $205 Lisa Smith sold the top priced hog for $1.15 a Pound or for a total of $280, to Chaney mortuary at Horton. The 47 head of cattle brought $29,459, an average of $626.80. The 27 hogs brought a total of $4,903.87, an average of $181.62, and 12 sheep sold for $2,896.50, an average of $241.33. Sheep averaged $211 a Hundred pounds cattle $57.21, and hogs $77.94. Premium paid above the floor prizes were $11,323 for cattle $2,180 for hogs and $2,383 for sheep. Mike Wilson opened the auction Selling Swine. Melvin Besette route i told police Friday that someone stole his 1968 half ton pickup truck Between 9 thursday and 7 % a in Friday while it was parked in the 1300 Block of main. The truck was later recovered at Horton but no arrests were reported. Patty j. Justus. Rushville received a ticket for driving with illegal tags in the too Block of North sixth at 1 15 . Friday. Municipal court proceedings Ronnie Gauger Easton fined $100, theft. Emeric d. Fletcher. Cold Beer chilled wines. Dyers liquor 1007 Skyway. The seventh annual reunion of school District no. 42 was held at the Nortonville knights of Columbus Hall aug. 15. Thirty five gathered for a potluck dinner. Mrs. Ernest Page opened the meeting by leading the Flag Salute and mrs. Fred Binkley read the Secretary a report. Mrs. Nellie Mccoy presented the treasurer s report Flora Mihm gave a Reading and Bob Low told a joke. Saddie Saggs Edith Page Flo Binkley and Emma Page received prizes. Two District 42 teachers mrs Fred Binkley and miss Flora Mihm attended the reunion. The next reunion has been scheduled for aug. 21, 1977 mrs. Tim Brungardt 1635 Santa be Street celebrated a birthday yesterday. Janet sprang Ayres was recently elected to the National Council of mortar Board inc., As the director of programming. Currently associate director of alumni relations at Kansas state University is. Ayres is the daughter of or. And mrs. Francis sprang Effingham. Mortar Board is a National Honor society of senior collegiate men and women selected for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship leadership and service. Is. Ayres involvement with mortar Board inc., during the past six years includes collegiate membership three years As advisor of the a state chapter past president of the Manhattan mortar Board alumni and Section coordinator of mortar Board chapters in a three state area and now As a National officer. Shawn Michael Moorhead 3, son of or. And mrs. Vernon Moorhead had surgery Friday morning at the Munson army Hospital at fort Leavenworth. His right foot and leg will be in a cast for about four months. Shawn and his Mother the former Vicky Jones Are staying with her parents or. And mrs. Ronald Jones 619 Santa be Street. Or. Moorshead is stationed at fort Hood. Tex. Band instruments rented with privilege of later Purchase with rental credit. Rudolph a. There were a lot of demonstrations at the Republican convention for Ronald Reagan and plenty of cheers for president Ford. Kansas sen. Robert Dole Drew a Good laugh when he said he heard Dole was not a household word but a it is a four letter word you can get used even the wives of the candidates received Fine ovations. But did you hear the concerted gasp that went up when Cary Grant was announced congresswoman Martha keys from the second District was among those attending the Atchison county fair in Effingham thursday night. She is shown congratulating Joan Schrieber and Linda Sternsdorff for winning awards in the 4-h style revue at the photo. Heames to fill Litton a spot associated press writer Jefferson City to. Apr former gov. Warren Heames who suffered his first political loss in the aug. 3 primary for the . Senate nomination gained that prize saturday As the Missouri state democratic committee selected him As successor to the late rep. Jerry Litton do. A congressman Litton ran a Tough Campaign a Heames told the 60-member committee after it voted 38-22 to select him Over state treasurer James Spainhower. A the won the medal that Fate never let him Wear a said the former two term governor who finished a Distant second behind Litton in the election. A i cannot Wear his medal. I did no twin As one who shared the race one who travelled the length and breadth of this state in the Campaign i can and i will finish the Litton who polled More than 401,000 votes in scoring the stunning upset to win the nomination died in a fiery plane crash As the primary election ballots were being counted. Spainhower who won Renon mation for state treasurer in the same primary election had begun actively seeking the nomination Only to Days ago. Republican attorney general John Danforth the gop Senate candidate said the selection of Heames would offer voters a Clear Choice in the nov. 2 general election. A Warren Heames stands for All the things that i have been fighting against since i entered Public life a politics for personal gain government by cronies special favors for political friends machine politics at its worst a Danforth said in a statement. Quot beginning today i will be seeking the Active support of democrats independents and Republican voters in every part of our state who want new leadership in Washington a the attorney general said. Heames and his supporters were confident Well before the committee met in the House Chambers that they had the nomination. The Charleston Democrat claimed to have Between 37 and 40 votes. Spainhower by his own count claimed the support of Only 23 committee members but hoped that others could be swayed to support him before the balloting actually began. The treasurer had claimed his chances for the nomination would have improved if the balloting had been in secret but Hearnes who opposed the secret vote won that initiate skirmish and forced an open Roll Call vote of the committee. A there Are Many on this committee and Many across the state a majority i think who thought i would have been a better candidate a Spainhower said after the balloting. A but what is done is done and i Hope those who supported me and those who supported Warren Heames waste not one solitary moment in thoughts of pettiness and revenge. A i come before you to ask you to vote for and support Warren Hearnes for the . Senate a Spainhower said after the committee made its decision. Hearnes acknowledged that those supporting Spainhower Felt disappointed by the outcome of the balloting but asked for their support. A i know the disappointment of those who wanted someone else a he said. A but Betty Hearnes his wife and i cannot win without your help. A if you choose to walk away from Here in your frustration and disappointment without an idea of helping me it is going to be very difficult if not impossible to turn Back the Challenge of the Republican nominee to the . Senate a Heames said. Spainhower at the urging of Litton backers entered the race after other potential candidates removed their names from consideration. Spainhower gained the formal endorsement of the Litton Camp a week ago when Norman o. Sanders chairman of missourians for Litton committee said a poll of 700 Litton supporters showed nearly unanimous support for his candidacy. Quot Jerry Litton was the Only Winner in the primary said Sanders As he addressed the committee before the actual balloting. Quot those 400,000 people who voted for him have a right to have someone like Jerry Litton and our Survey indicates the closest one to him would be Jim Sanders said those Litton voters Quot Are still out there and they still want that kind of Man. You better give them that kind of a top Litton aide said he expected Little Active support from the Litton Camp for Heames. A a they la support Heames like they would have expected Heames to support them a he said. Quot that so Well support you Warren but we re not going to break our backs. A a a number of party leaders believe Hearnes cannot overcome the damage to his image done by a prolonged Federal investigation of his financial dealings. That three year probe received wide publicity but produced no charges. Some party officials also feel Heames presence at the top of the ballot could Hurt democratic chances in other races. The Lack of full Active party support for Heames in his bid against Danforth was also evident when a motion to make the Hearnes selection unanimous was actively opposed by about five members of the committee. Heames cited his record in eight years As governor and then challenged Danforth. A now i want the Man across the Street to hear this a Heames said. A i Challenge in debate or in any other Way for John Danforth to compare his service to our people of Missouri with Danforth who began a Republican resurgence in Missouri what he was first elected attorney general in 1968, said he was looking Forward to the Campaign. A Patton was going into Battle one time and looked in the Mirror a Danforth said. A the said a All my life in be been waiting to fight this that s the Way i almost a matter of destiny that in a at last facing Warren Heames head Hearnes and Danforth have set up joint appearance for the remainder of the Campaign. They will both appear at a session of the Missouri bar in St. Louis on sept. 17, and Heames was preparing for that already last week. Hearnes said he would map his strategy for the coming Campaign Over the next few Days with one of the primary Points being fund raising. He said his primary Campaign Treasury was already depleted and estimated the Campaign would Cost Between $300,000 and $500,000. Danforth has said he expects to spend about $600,000 in the coming Campaign. Or. James w. Rider who has a suite in the Ramsay medical building South of the Atchison Hospital said Friday there has apparently been some Public confusion about his practice. The doctor is a general practitioner with training in internal Medicine non operative obstetrics minor surgery and paediatrics. Or. Rider began his family practice Here in july and he said Many people regard him Only As a paediatrician. Austria became a Republic in 1918 when emperor Charles i abdicated. There will be a meeting of the executive committee and bylaws committee of Fleming a Jackson a Seever american legion Post 6 at 6 45 . Monday preceding the regular Post meeting scheduled to Convene at 8 . William b. Heiser commander will preside at both meetings. The meetings will be held at the legion Home 705 commercial Street. Be extended service Light bulbs 6 to. Replacement 3i? Alii 2731 a a a nemic a 723 what can you do when you want extra Money let h amp r Block teach you to prepare income tax returns. Har Block knows income taxes and How to teach you to prepare income tax returns. 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