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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Atchison, Kansas 4 Atchison Globe sunday july 28, 1968 Nixon continued from paso i May face seating challenges from civil rights groups claiming that negroes Are not adequately represented on some Southern delegations ing session one urging a National health care and insurance plan and one calling on the platform committee to stand in favor of retaining the right to work provision of the Taft Hart Ley. Action due continued from Page i at about Mound Street. First and second Reading will be held on an ordinance combining All of the previous funding programs providing for tile issuance of a temporary note in the amount of $650,000 for the refunding. Only other items on the Agenda released yesterday by City manager Tom Muehlenbeck Are presentation of business by citizens and the City managers report. Derris hold continued from Page i other country is Worth defending before we become automatically committed to any country which happens to be anticommunist a Buckhorn said. Accompanying Huck out was a Young Man who read a statement calling for abortion of the m Lutary draft on behalf of Ronnie Levy a former Washington University student who reported for induction last May but refused to take the ceremonial step Forward to indicate submission to the draft Gary a new Mark state student coordinator for the Mccarthy Campaign urged adoption of a Plank favouring a National presidential primary he criticized the existing political organization saying a it is quite possible that a person who truly represents majority of americans in either political party May be excluded from the Opportunity to place his name before the people As a candidate a there were Only two other presentations during the mom Washington Ai Nelson a. Rockefeller is expected to use the Republican platform com in tree hearings As his first major Battleground against the Nixon convention drive Hie hearings opening monday in Miami reach will foreshadow the sharper Strung in on Tho convention floor starting one week later when die new York governor s forces to to capture delegates from former vice president Richard m. Nixon some now predict that Rockefeller will choose Vietnam policy As his prime Issue hoping to ride with the tide of Public disillusionment Over the Long and bloody War. Rockefeller already has made a major old for Dove support two weeks ago he proposed a four stage plan for peace featuring a pullback of troops by both sides an International military Force to serve As a Buffer and the withdrawal of 75,000 . Troops a was a sure sign of Good Faith by contrast the present Republican stance on Vietnam is quite hawkish As is that of Nixon Hie gof coordinating committee the party s Central policy body Calls for a whatever measures Are necessary for the a hated states to eliminate the wet Cong As a military and political Force in South Vietnam a appeasement merely multiplies die risks of general War a Tho coordinating committee has stated even though it has Given its Blessing to the Paris peace talks. Both Nixon and Rockefeller As in ambers of the coordinating committee have endorsed this and some 46 other committee statements on foreign and Domestic issues Hie statements Are in fact expected to be the foundation of the 1968 platform lilt both Rockefeller and Nixon have reserved the right to go beyond the committee position and Rockefeller in particular is ejected to do so sen Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois head of the 100-Memlier platform committee has told reporters he Hopes for a a reasonably Short platform a phrased in rather pungent language a Hie hearings will last through thursday followed by closed sessions to draft the document. Neither Rockefeller nor Nixon appears on the list of witnesses although the names of California gov Ronald Reagon Michigan gov George Romney and former Minnesota gov Harold Stassen Are shown spokesmen could present the views of Rockefeller and Nixon and there Are plenty of gaps in Tho witness list to permit Persona appearances of the two leading aspirants want them. Bill Avery continued from Page i and Hattie a Avery Early residents of the Wakefield Community. He attended the Wakefield Public schools and received an a. B. Degree from tile University of Kansas Lawrence in 1934. I Flor to entering politics Avery owned and operated a livestock farm near Wakefield and served on the Wakefield school Board. He was a member of the Kansas House of representatives from 1951 to 1954 and served on the legislative Council. In 1954 to was elected to Congress from the second Kansas District and served five terms before relinquishing that position to become governor of Kansas in 1964. He was the Dean of the Kansas congressional delegation at the time. During his tenure As a member of Congress Avery served on the veterans affairs committee and the interstate and foreign Commerce committee. He was also a member of Tho rules committee the select committee on Small business and was ranking minority member of the private Calendar committee. Averys wife the former Hazel Bowles of Junction City is Well known and popular throughout Atchison and Atchison county and was recently feted at a Tea Given by Atchison county Republican women at the Kansas Power and Light co. Community room Here. She has been Active in his present Campaign As she was in past campaigns. The a very a who have made their Home at Wichita the last two years have four children William h. Avery jr., Washington d. C. Barbara who is a senior at the University of Kansas Lawrence Martha sue and Bradley both at Home. Since leaving the office of governor Avery has served As a business consultant at Wichita and also continued farming. He is a member of the Lions club farm Bureau masonic Lodge and the National wildlife association. Here is a recent policy statement by Avery a it is my conviction that we must save America first then return to the unfinished International tasks. Issues will evolve As the Campaign progresses but these four Points stand Large 1 a United nations super visor truce in Vietnam while the involved parties negotiate should it fail America must apply full strength toward winning. 2 Stop the foreign Aid appropriations there is enough Money already allocated to carry the program for awhile. 3 reduce appropriations for the space administration by 50 per cent. This would save several billions of dollars in the next two or three years. 4 finally part of these savings should be earmarked for jobs and Job training for the hard Core unemployed preferably by Industry on a tax credit a pol. Adv. Report no Condux from Page i left unsaid. Meanwhile at dozens of Mills across the country local Union and management officials met to talk about procedure if the nation is faced with its seventh steel strike since world War u. Of the unions Basic steel Industry conference does not ratify a contract when it meets in Pittsburgh on monday the Mills will have to begin closing Down a delicate opera Don that takes up to 24 hours. Some Union officials said they were encouraged at the apparent absence of pressure from the Federal government which has intervened in the bargaining 13 times since 1937, they said it indicated to them that die bargaining on the Basic economic package must be going Well. Wheeling steel co announced that it had reached a contract with its 9,000 United steelworkers the package stipulates that the wage benefits package worked out by the other Basic steel companies will be incorporated. About 450,000 men work in Basic Stee i More than 388,000 of them work for the la largest companies which bargain with the Union As a unit. House Senate continued from Page i immediate development of the quiet sub As Well As the High Speed super sub Rickover s quiet sub would be powered by electric Turbine engines after four years of work the Pentagon stopped spending on it May 28, or John s. Foster the Pentagon s director of defense research and engineering told the committee the quiet sub May not be Worth its Cost because of new soviet developments. The committee is headed by sen John o. Pas Tore and rep. Chet Holifield a Calif around continued from Page i their Golden wedding anniversary tuesday at their Lyons Home. A family dinner is being held today at a Lyons hotel disorders continued from Page i Philadelphia Pittsburgh san Francisco St Louis and Washington . Based on the sampling method surveying More than 5,000 negroes and Whites in the 15 cities one report said that 58 per cent of the negroes regarded the riots As mainly a protest and another 28 per cent characterized the in As partly a protest ten per cent saw the hots As mainly a matter of looting and similar offences. The Survey of riot participants said while most negroes disapprove of the violence they nevertheless a feel that the hots have beneficial consequences by increasing White society s concern to improve the negroes condition a a of Czechoslovakia. The soviet la j on with the orthodox backing of Poland East Germany Hungary and Bulgaria is keeping up pressure for the czechs to get Back in line a top exponent of the reformist Campaign under Way since hard liner Antonin Novotny was ousted As chief of the czechoslovak communist party Jan 5, Sik declared there would be no backsliding a the old political team discredited itself to a degree that it has become unacceptable for the decisive majority of our people a he said in an article in the party newspaper rude Provo old guard forces remain Active in government political and economic affairs he added but a they do not represent anybody Quot like others in the party leadership Sik said the czechoslovak looked Forward with Confidence to their impending meeting with the soviet party a 11-Man politburo the soviet party chief Leonid i. Brezhnev and his associates Are expected to get together with the 11-Man czechoslovak presidium for a showdown somewhere in tills country this week Sik said there would be a a lengthy series of discussions with other communist parties on Czechoslovakia s course. The czechoslovak count Yugoslavia and Romania As backers for their Independent stand As Well As the communist Par ties of such West european nations As Italy and France unofficial sources said Secretary general Nicolae Ceausescu of the romanian communist party is expected Here thursday for tile signing of a new Friendship treaty he has assured this country of romanians a Complete Friendship and unflinching Solidarity Quot the czechoslovak news Agency cute reported the party presidium is being flooded with messages from All Over the country expressing unreserved support for its policy. Mrs. Joe Kinney of the Drury Staley insurance co. Is scheduled to return to work tomorrow following a vacation she and her husband who is employed at Lentz cleaners spent in the ozarks. Rodeo slated Horton the Horton chamber of Commerce will sponsor a Rodeo aug. 17 and 18 As part of the Tri county fair at the municipal baseball Field. The Rodeo is planned to become a regular event. Dubcek continued from Page i nist party. Both were expressing their views in Advance of a scheduled meeting with Kremlin authorities to discuss the Alture course a Gene Kermashek you can place your Complete Confidence in our prescription department. A % i Bernard Domann you will be pleased with our prompt accurate service and reasonable prices. Bring us your prescriptions or have your doctor Call us prescription specialists s04 commercial Doman drug to William d. Banker son of or. And mrs. David banker 302 North fourth Street was recently promoted from Lance Corporal to Corporal. He is serving in Vietnam with co.h., 2nd bat., 5th marines. If you re on the. 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