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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - December 16, 1973, Atchison, Kansas Seek 1973 to Kan area Man of year who is your Choice for 1973 to Kan area Man of the year today the Globe launches its search for an individual who Globe readers As Well As others May consider to have contributed the most in service above self to his Community during this year. Nominations Are being sought by the Globe from Atchison and area residents to Aid a panel of judges in selecting a citizen to be honoured. A ballot accompanies this article and it will be reprinted in the Globe in subsequent issues until the deadline for balloting dec. 30. Reigning this year after having been selected As the 1972 to Kan area Man of the year is Frank l. Hunn former judge of Atchison county probate court. He retired from that Post in january of this year. Judge Hunn was selected by the panel of judges from a Field of of nominated in the 1972 balloting. In announcing their selection a spokesman for the panel said a we not Only considered judge Hunnes work As juvenile judge in his probate court duties but his great Many other services to Atchison Atchison county and the area Over Many honoured in previous years were 1969 or. . Bribach noted Atchison ophthalmologist the first to be selected when the Globe inaugurated its Man of the year program. 1970 Leroy a. Ostertag retired Atchison merchant now deceased. 1971 capt. Leroy w. Stutz Effingham who was a prisoner of War of Tolje North vietnamese at the time. He was released from a North Viet pow Camp earlier this year and is now an instructor at the . Air Force Academy Colorado Springs. 1972judge Hunn. All that is necessary to nominate an individual for the award is to Complete the accompanying nomination Blank or simply write the suggested individuals name on a slip of paper giving the reasons Why he is to be considered for the Honor. Entire should be mailed to a Man of the year editor a the Atchison daily Globe 1015-25 main Street Atchison Kansas 66002. The important part in nominating a person is the address occupation and a Brief statement As to Why the individual should be considered. Placing a name in nomination need be made Only once. Multiple entries with the same name Are not weighed in the judging. The Man of the year event is not to be based on a popularity contest and the number of times a person is nominated is of no importance in the judging and will have no influence on continued on Page 7 Tel Man of the year editor the Atchison daily Globe Atchison Kansas 66002 19/3 Man of the year nominate address for to Kan area s Man of the year because list the reason Why your nominee should be Quot Man of the of More space is needed use additional sheets of paper. Complete this form and mail before dec. 31. Closing Date for nominations is dec. 30. Ii Atchison Globe 15e per copy Atchison Kansas sunday december 16, 1973 3 4 pages ninety seventh year 29424 for two year period nation to return to St on Jan. 6 Washington apr president Nixon signed a Bill saturday putting the nation on year around Daylight saving time starting Jan. 6. He also called for Congress to act before the Christmas recess next week on the More expansive Energy conservation Bill which cleared the House Early saturday. Nixon said the extra hour of evening Daylight will save a an estimated equivalent of 150,000 barrels of Oil a Day this Winter. The measure cleared Congress Friday and Nixon acted quickly so clocks can be moved ahead one hour beginning at 2 . Jan. 6. Had he waited another Day the Law could not have taken effect before Jan. 13. Originally set for tuesday peace conference delayed three Days by the associated press Egypt said saturday that the Mideast peace conference scheduled to begin on tuesday in Geneva has been delayed for three Days Cairo a official Middle East news Agency reported. The report came after United states Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger talked for six hours in Damascus with a grim faced president Hafez Assad of Syria. He then flew to Amman for a meeting with King Hussein of Jordan. Egyptian foreign minister Ismail Fahmy said the delay was due to contacts under Way among the United states the soviet Union France and Lebanon. He met saturday with the Cairo ambassadors of those countries and informed them of the egyptian position the news Agency said. Egypt did not immediately indicate what was being discussed. Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko who had planned to Fly to Geneva sunday to attend the conference cancelled his flight a soviet diplomatic source in Geneva said. Kissinger had been scheduled to Dine with Gromyko on monday night in Geneva. In Tel Aviv Premier Golda Meir said Over israeli state television saturday before any Public word on the conference delay that Israel May have to deny american requests at the conference. She did no to specify what the disagreements might be. A but whenever we do have arguments with America a she continued on Page 7 four others injured american killed in communist ambush Saigon apr about 30 communist troops ambushed and killed an unarmed american officer and wounded four other . Soldiers saturday As their helicopters landed to search for the remains of a i 12 Miles South of Saigon a survivor said. He said one South vietnamese Pilot also was slain and at least three other vietnamese crewmen were wounded and that he saw about five dead attackers left in the Field. Twelve South vietnamese accompanied the americans in their three choppers. The american officer killed was identified As capt. Richard Morgan Rees 32, of Kent Ohio. The Pentagon also identified four army men wounded in the incident it. Ben c. Elfrink who was listed As very seriously wounded. His parents Are or. And mrs. Clifford h. Elfrink of Isabel . Spec. 4 Randall j. Nash of Amarillo tex., was listed As seriously wounded. His parents Are or. And mrs. James Nash Amarillo. Listed As slightly wounded were sgt. Herman c. Ballard son of Don r. Ballard Columbus Ohio and sgt. I Ronnie l. Watson husband of mrs. Rossalind Watson fort Pierce Fla. They were the first american casualties reported among the 150-Man joint casualty Resolution Center charged with searching for 1,300 americans missing in action in the Indochina War. Spokesmen for the North vietnamese and Viet Cong Dele continued on Page 7 under the Law Daylight time will be in effect All year for a two year period and for the first time since world War in some estimate its Impact could reduce electricity and heating demands by up to 3 per cent mainly in the North. As a companion to the Law Nixon also signed an executive order setting up machinery for considering appeals from parts of the country notably states falling into two time zones to seek exception from the Daylight time requirement. The House worked into the Early morning hours saturday to pass an emergency Energy Bill a the one Nixon is urging Quick action on. However it differs in Many respects from similar Senate passed legislation and requires compromises that would have to be worked out quickly if a final Bill is to reach Nixon a desk by the end of next week. The House version was passed by 265 to 112 following a 15-hour session that included 23 Roll Call votes and decisions on 50 proposed amendments. The measure gives Nixon Broad Powers to Deal with the Energy crisis but was amended by the House to prohibit allocation of fuels for busing children beyond neighbourhood schools and to Cut off All Petroleum exports for military use in Indochina. Another amendment would give either House of Congress 15 Days in which to veto by majority vote any administration plan to ration gasoline or other fuels. Senate House conferees Are expected to Start work monday on resolving the Many differences. Both versions would give the president such Powers As rationing gasoline and making a ban on sunday gasoline sales compulsory. Clean air standards could be waived to permit burning of dirtier fuel. Reductions in Speed limits continued on Page 7 hallmark inn Motel tenth and Skyway member of the National Best Western Motel Chain has opened its doors to the Public. The colonial style Motel opened yesterday and formal grand opening activities Are being planned for Early next year according to or. And mrs. Verle Hatfield innkeepers of the new facility Here. The Motel has 30 units a swimming Pool parking for 60 cars and space for Small group photo. New 30-unit Motel opens hallmark inn Motel 401 South tenth Street Atchison a newest accommodation for out of town visitors opened for business yesterday. A formal grand opening ceremony is being planned for Early next year. The hallmark inn Here is one of five such facilities developed by Midwest motor inn inc., Overland Park. Others Are located at Olathe Harrisonville mo., Chanute and Arkansas City. The new Motel has 30 units 20 singles and to units with two double Beds a swimming Pool parking for 60 cars and space for Small group meetings. Verle and Dorothy Hatfield natives of Smith Center will manage the new Motel. Together they have to years experience in the Motel business. They Are former managers of the hallmark inn Motel at Olathe. Prior to that or. Hatfield worked As a Carpenter and for the Lake City Arsenal near Kansas City and mrs. Hatfield was a desk clerk at the Glenwood Manor in Overland Park. They will be assisted with the Motel operations by four local women who have been employed As maids. They Are Mary Bruns Cindy Mason Anna Myers and Lorene Martin. Construction of the Motel at the tenth and Skyway location began last Spring by the Woodbury construction co. Its Cost was estimated at $354,000 on a building permit issued at City Hall. Robert Woodbury president of Woodbury construction and vice president of Midwest motor inn told the Globe Friday that the facility can be expanded to a total of 50 units if necessary. Allan Hall is president of Midwest motor inn inc. Woodbury also reported that a portion of the Motel tract has been leased to developers of sirloin stockade restaurants but he said that firm is studying the operation of its other restaurants in Light of the fuel crisis before finalizing its plans Here. Or. And mrs. Hatfield have living quarters adjacent to the Motel office and will provide Coffee and Roll breakfasts for continued on Page 7 $2.7 million Ransom. Paul Getty Iii found alive Well Rome a j. Paul Getty Iii was found alive saturday five months after disappearing from a Rome hippie haunt. His right ear was gone and his release was reported to have Cost nearly $3 million in Ransom. Family sources put the figure at $2.7 million. More than a week ago Getty smother said Ransom Money was made available through her sex husband. The 17-year-old grandson of american Oil billionaire j. Paul Getty was in Good health despite the missing ear and what he said were Long transfers by a what Christmas Means to me name winners in Yule Art contest his kidnappers through rugged Countryside from one hideout to another. Police said he did not describe How his ear was removed. A Rome newspaper had received an ear and a lock of hair described As Paul a and allegedly sent in an Effort to prove the kidnapping was not a hoax. Paul was found shivering in a rainstorm and sub freezing continued on Page 7 a to Kan area Jenny Farrell la daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Farrell 1436 South seventh Street won first place in the Globe a what Christmas Means to me annual drawing contest for children in Atchison a elementary schools. Jenny is a sixth grader at the Atchison Catholic elementary school St. Benedictus. The prize winning drawing appears along with this article announcing the winners and runners up in the contest. Other drawings appear in today a Issue of the Globe or will appear in subsequent issues of the paper this week. Judges report Many Fine entries in the contest and indicated it was not an easy chore to select the Winner runners up and honorable mention placements. Second place in the contest went to six budding Young artists All grouped As runners up. Second place awards went to the following Christie Wallace. To fifth Grade Martin we est daughter of or. And mrs. Wayne continued on Page 7 meatier sunny today with a High near 35. Kansas partly Cloudy today a Little warmer East with highs in the 30s. Partly Cloudy tonight and monday not As cold tonight with lows 20s to near 30, warmer monday with highs near 40 Northeast to 50s West Missouri considerable Sunshine and cold today highs upper 20s to mid 30s mostly Clear tonight and cold Low upper teens and Low 20s monday increasing cloudiness and not so cold High around 40 temperatures barometric pressure humidity wind direction and velocity readings furnished by Atchison Cablevision inc., weather Channel thermometer readings 2pm. 21 3pm 21 4 pm. 21 5p.m 20 6p.m. 20 7pm. 19 8p.m. Is 9 pm. 18 Sunrise tomorrow 7 30, Sunset 5 04 Low yesterday 21 temperatures a year ago today Low 12, High 24 this drawing by Jenny Farrell la daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Farrell 1436 South seventh Street won first prize in the globes annual a what Christmas Means to me contest for children in Atchison elementary schools. Jenny is a sixth grader at Atchison Catholic elementary schools upper school St. Benedictus. Other prize winning sketches As Well As honorable mention appear elsewhere in today a Issue of the Globe or will appear in subsequent issues this week taken at 9 p in barometer humidity wind River stages Omaha 5.2 Down 2 Nebraska City 6 9 up Rulo 8 3 Down .3 St Joe 9 6 no change Atchison 12 4 Down 2 30 50 rising 92 per cent 5 n City commission Library Board asks for Revenue funds Medicine has advanced to the Point where an ounce of prevention frosts about i the Atchison Library Board has submitted a request to City Hall for $3,000 in Revenue sharing monies to Purchase new furniture for the Library. Last year the Library Board was allocated $6,000 in Revenue sharing Money for remodelling work. This request and a report from City manager Don Stone with regard to amending planned uses of fourth entitlement Revenue funds will be considered by the City commissioners during their meeting at City Hall 4 30 of clock tomorrow afternoon. The City governing body will also consider participation in a human resources development training program setup through the University of Kansas. Interviewers were Here last month to take preliminary data for the program. Snow and ice removal policies will come under commission scrutiny tomorrow. The recommended policy was forwarded to commissioners late last week. City manager Stone reports that a Purchase offer has been made on a tract of City owned land in the 1200 Block of North fourth Street. The commission will consider Sale of the land during its meeting tomorrow. Urban renewal director Bill Randall stated at the last commission meeting that his Agency will Purchase materials if the City installs a Drain under the sidewalk at George and Center streets to Correct a drainage problem there. The project is located within the Southside or project area and is expected to Cost less than $50. Appointments Are in order for three expired terms n the City a zoning appeals Board. The terms of Russell Beck Fred Johnson and Leo Pusch expired on nov. 24. Cards service station 1617 South sixth american legion Post no. 6 and pizza hut 333 South tenth have made continued on Page 7 Nab suspect in Lasater burglary Orlo Louis Starks 21, 1224 North eighth Street was arrested by police Friday in connection with the burglary of Lasater a clothing store 617 commercial last week. Starks was being held at the City jail yesterday morning pending Transfer to the county jail. He was taken into custody at Northwood apartments fifth and a Friday and some of the stolen merchandise from Lasater a was recovered. Police report that three Coats valued at $312.50, were recovered with the arrest of Starks. The Coats a pair of trousers. A sweater shirt combination and a couple of shirts were taken from a display area at the front of the clothing store either late wednesday night or Early thursday morning. The continued on Page 7 funeral monday retired St. Joe publisher Dies telling is half of Selling use Globe want ads. Adv. Henry d. Bradley 80, retired publisher of the St. Joe news press and Gazette and an Active Newspaperman for 65 years died Friday afternoon at the methodist medical Center in St. Joe. Ill and hospitalized since suffering a stroke july i 1971, while visiting with friends at the Moila club in St. Joe or. Bradley had a number of friends in Atchison and was an occasional visitor Here. Funeral services will be held at 1 30 . Monday at Christ episcopal Church with the Rev. Howard Rutenbar Rector officiating. Burial will be in memorial Park cemetery. The body is at the zierhoffer Fleeman mortuary St. Joe. Or. Bradley was a native of Detroit mich., and grew up in Toledo Ohio where he first began newspaper work As a copy boy for the Toledo Blade at age 13 in 1906. He gained a noted reputation As a Newspaperman both Here and abroad before becoming publisher of the St. Joe newspapers on dec. I 1939. He was an associate for three years from 1923 to 1926, of the famed London England newspaper tycoon lord Beaverbrook serving in a managerial position on the London express and served As a member of the Board of directors of the associated press in the Early 1960s and As a vice president of the a. He retired from the Post of publisher of the St. Joe newspapers in june 1956, the 50th anniversary of his work As a Newspaperman. He was succeeded by his son David r. Bradley the present publisher but served As president of the news press Gazette co. For some months after he was stricken ill. His son David also succeeded him in that Post. Or Bradley was one of St. Joe s leading citizens and figured prominently in Many of its civic activities. He was the organizer of the St. Joe Industrial development corporation and served for several years As vice president in charge of the Industrial Bureau of the chamber of Commerce there. After his return to the states from England or. Bradley became business manager of the Norristown a times Herald and was president and business manager of the Bridgeport Conn times Star at the time he took Over As publisher of the St. Joe newspapers. He was a member and Active in the Christ episcopal Church. Surviving besides his son David Are his wife Louise two daughters mrs. Natalie b. Francis Honolulu Hawaii and mrs. Ray Louise Cox Wilton Conn. Eight grandchildren and six great report dear editor i seem to recall there was some Public upset ment when John f. Kennedy was assassinated by Bullet but this was More humane than the method being used trying to remove or. Nixon from office. Assassination by slanted print and pious electronic venom takes a while longer but insures that the victim will suffer More for his anti Liberal tic sins. It also spreads Joy in the land by making it possible for More Assassin ers to take part in the trigger pulling. De. Scott Crossroads .a. i is Quot a it he fir fresh Choice Trees. 1619 a

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