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29 May 1977

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29 May 1977

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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Atchison, Kansas Consumer a loser in booze setup by Wayne Slater Topeka a the nine families who dominate the Kansas wholesale liquor Industry buy their Stock from outside suppliers at a Cost that is the lowest in the nation but by the time the bottles get to the retail shelf the Price is anything but Cut rate. Liquor Industry spokesmen contend that Kansas prices Are comparable to those elsewhere. Nevertheless it is possible to travel to stores in adjacent states and find prices cheaper than those in Kansas sometimes substantially cheaper. A Survey of five randomly selected revealed generally Oklahoma brands prices lower and of liquor last week in Missouri in one of two stores checked in Nebraska. In addition stores in Kansas City mo., advertised brands at prices As much As $1 a quart cheaper usually a loss leaders a sold at below Cost. There Are no a loss Leader sales in Kansas. They Are prohibited by Law and that is one reason Kansas liquor prices Are higher than those in other states. Another reason is that state Law prohibits the Sale of wine or spirits in grocery and drug stores and conversely the Sale of anything other than liquor in the liquor stores themselves. In addition Only Kansas of sister states in the Region protect both the wholesaler and retailer with fixed markups and guaranteed minimum retail prices. The wholesale markup on spirits is currently 15.5 per it is a system which has its share of critics. A i done to like Price fixing in the first place a gov Robert Bennett said Friday in an interview noting that the minimum Price granted by the alcohol beverage control Board of review traditionally cent and for retailers 28.5 per has become the set ceiling Price cent. For liqueurs and wines the As Well markups Are higher. It is a state regulated system which permits private entrepreneurs but discourages vigorous open Competition. It is a system which builds into it a certain level of costly inefficiency As a Trade off for stability. A if the state does not own it. As in a monopoly situation then we need some controls built in to see that liquor in t sold at Cut rate prices by operators who entice or i Veigle easterners into their stores. But on the other hand i think it should be recognized that the current Law. Which was to promote tem Perance should not be allowed to become an excuse for Large and substantial profits for those who operate under it a Bennett noted that when the Law was passed by the 1949 legislature permitting the Sale of liquor in Kansas the dominant philosophy was one of moderation liquor was to to made available but at a Cost and in a manner than did not encourage its use in the 28 years which have passed since passage liquor distributors. Has become a $123 million an Nual retail business in the Sunflower state nine families now own and control the 31 retail shelves. Of the nine family corporations which share in recently estimated net revenues approaching $1 million Are two famous brands inc of Topeka headed by Tom Schwartz and Standard liquor corp of Wichita headed by the Rudd family with Sam Rudd the chairman of the Board which dominate about 40 per cent of the Market a what we need to do is be As concerned with the Consumers As we Are with the Bennett said e v d. Murphy Abc director conceded that liquor prices May in some cases be Indian housing full of broken promises wholesale warehouses through Jsu err of Quot Ink a a which every bottle of liquor and la Ansas tanks roughly wine and much of the a a High Beer travels in route to the continue Don Page 12 Atchison sunday Globe a i Atchison. Kansas �l0oth year i. I per copy sunday. May 29. 1977 28-Pagks 30492 overheard Don 7 expect to Cash a Check on heaven s Bank if you never made a Deposit. Tension rising in Holland t terrorism Assen the Netherlands apr dutch officials waged a War of nerves saturday with asian extremists holding some 60 hostages in a train and a nearby school. Doctors said some schoolchildren released earlier by the terrorists May have meningitis. Police and troops surrounding the two locations threatened to attack if the terrorists harmed and a plane to Fly them All out of any of the hostages still held the country after nearly a week Justice they also want the dutch to ministry official Toos Faber pressure Indonesia into said. Despite the warnings the South moluccas who seized the train and school last monday showed no sign of relenting in demands for the release of comrades jailed for terrorism May be lost As inflation result Washington apr even with help from the new tax Cut Many americans face a substantial loss of purchasing Power this year because of inflation with the year nearly half Over government figures indicate that inflation will be significantly worse this year than in 1976 when consumer prices advanced 4.8 per cent. Inflation pushed consumer prices up 3.2 per cent in the first four months of the year and the Carter administration recently a to Kan area weather variable cloudiness with a Chance of rain tonight. Highs today and monday mid to upper 80s. Low tonight mid 60s Kansas widely scattered thunderstorms East today highs in mid to upper 80s lows tonight 50s West mid 60s East partly Cloudy and mild monday with highs in the 80s Missouri partly Cloudy today with highs expected in the upper 80s warm and humid tonight with lows mid 60s mild monday High 80s temperature readings 2 . 3pm. 4 pm. 5pm 6 pm pm. 8 . I. Low 60 temperatures a year ago today High 80 River stages Omaha 7.4 unchanged Nebraska City to 2 up 0.2 St. Joe to 8 Down 0.1 Rulo 10.1 up 0.1 Atchison 14 87 up 0 09 raised its inflation forecast for All of 1977 from 5.3 per cent to 6.7 per cent. But the recent Pace of inflation is causing speculation that it could be worse than that before the year is Over. Administration economists expect a slowdown in the inflation rate after midyear especially in food prices which have risen 5 per cent in the first four months. Nonetheless there Are signs of concern. President Carter told a news conference thursday that his a main concern at this Point on the economic scene is the rate of and the Pace of inflation clearly is behind moves by the Money managing Federal Reserve Board to tighten growth of the Money Supply to make Loans More expensive. On Friday several major Banks raised their prime lending rate for Loans from 6v2 to 6 % per cent the second increase in a week. Since higher interest rates can discourage economic growth the Stock Market responded by pushing the Dow Jones Industrial average for stocks below 900, to 898, for the first time since Jan. 7,1976. Although Carter has previously said inflation and unemployment could be battled simultaneously his latest statement appeared to move mass killings him a big step closer to the Divi duals a Washington a the Federal government s Indian housing program a has been a Trail of broken consumer advocate Ralph Nader a housing research group said saturday. Thomas Stanton director of the Nader group said that since 1969, the department of housing and Urban development a has delivered Only 38 per cent of the Indian housing it has promised and one third of that housing is seriously a spokesman for Hud said there would be no comment by the department until officials have read the report. Huds Indian housing program includes both a Low rent program and a a Mutual help program for indians who can contribute labor materials land or Cash and who eventually own the Homes. In a letter released with a report on Indian housing Stanton and Charles Trimble executive director of the National Congress of american indians told Hud Secretary Patricia Harris a consecutive Hud secretaries have expressed concern for Indian programs and sensitivity to Indian housing needs. A we urge you to be the Secretary who finally follows up these assertions with the staff and Money needed to turn Indian housing from a departmental failure into a Hud in the report Stanton said huds Indian programs Are disorganized and a too much Hud Indian housing is for example he said a in 1970, construction was begun on a 159-unit Mutual help project on the Laguna reservation in new Mexico. Of those units 39 remain uncompleted and unoccupied today. A Many of the remainder have proven seriously defective often requiring the families to vacate the Home before repairs can be made. New roofing wiring floors insulation appliances and water Heaters must be installed a As another example he said Quot in tuba City ariz., Navaho Low rent and Mutual help housing has settled so that doors and windows Jam in their Bent frames. A Icin Deblock Low rent Homes have virtually no insulation roofs Are constructed of rafters a layer of Board tar paper gravel and tar Mutual help Homes Are susceptible to dust and wind even when doors and windows Are closed a a granting Independence for their Pacific Island Homeland which was once a dutch Colony. Or. Gotlieb Nellick chief paediatrician at a local Hospital said examinations of the 105 children released last Friday showed 17 or 18 with symptoms of meningitis a sometimes fatal inflammation of the membrane around the brain and spine. He said further tests were being conducted at the Hague to confirm the diagnosis. Nellick said the children set free after about half contracted a stomach Bug May have come Down with the highly contagious disease because of poor Hygiene during their Captivity. He did not Rule out the possibility the disease might spread to other cl1p--the ribbon is Cut and will Sibbald opens his feature exhibit of photographic impressions hostages or their captors. A die 3th annual River Bend Art fair. Assisting him with the formal opener yesterday were a we Are not aware this is the from left mrs. Tillie Feldman Atchison Art association president mayor Dave Laurie Case but considering the chamber manager John Majerus and or. Newton Jones feature artist chairman. The Art fair will hygienic conditions the risk is be open today from la a in. To 5 ., when the official Flag comes Down. A major musical feature the same a he said. A the this afternoon is a min concert at i of clock by the River Bend choral Globe photo severity of the illness As we know it at present is variable. Some children Are now More ill than Twenty two of the children remain in the Hospital he said. Those still held by the South rebels still resist in Angola uprising Johannesburg South Victory is certain a Africa apr angolans Neto who won control of the marxist government said former portuguese Colony in saturday some rebels were still 1975 with the help of soviet arms resisting after a bloody uprising and cuban troops said in an that took the lives of at least six earlier speech saturday the government leaders. Rebels a can expect no con president Agostinho Neto in Side ration no Pardon. We have a speech monitored by the no More tolerance in Angola British broadcasting corp., we shall proceed in a firm and named five members of the Tough manner governing Council of revolution although some of the rebels and the director of Security escaped the radio claimed life services As being killed in the a is completely Normal in revolt by extreme leftists. He Luanda the capital despite a said some of the bodies had partial curfew and strict been burned. Security measures. In Lisbon the portuguese during their pre Dawn put news Agency Anop reported sch the rebels temporarily the burned bodies of the six seized the radio station and officials had been found sunny opening for Art fair continue Don Page 12 consider killing of eagles the con continued on Page 12 White House a tepid with Energy efforts Washington apr the chairman of the House committee with primary control Over the Fate of president Carters Energy program says the administration has been a a tepid in its efforts to explain the proposals to Congress. A the White House has not made As compelling a Case for the plan As it might have a rep. Thomas Ashley a Ohio said in an interview. A there Hasni to been a very Lucid description of the kind of dislocations a economic social and political a that Are certain to befall us if we continue our random approach to the Energy problem a he said. Ashley an 11-term congressman chairs the House and hoc Energy committee created by the House to consider Carters Energy program. He said administration officials have not Only failed to explain the Domestic dangers of inaction but have also ignored the need to spell out the foreign policy implications of allowing the United states to become increasingly dependent on foreign Oil. Ashley was particularly critical of Charles l. Schultze chairman of the White House Council of economic advisers Burt Lance director of the management Washington a Interior department is sideling killing Golden eagles a rare and protected Bird of the arid West that sometimes preys on livestock. A the limited killing of problem eagles would not markedly affect the Breeding populations and might stave off by private inlaid Harvey Willoughby regional director of the . Fish and wildlife service in Denver. Willoughby gave that assessment while describing a recent meeting attended by livestock growers Federal biologists and others to formulate a a Golden Eagle management the meeting was to discuss what is described As increasing livestock predation by the Birds. . Fish and wildlife spokesmen emphasize however that no plan has been adopted to kill any Birds of prey. In recent years the service has trapped problem Birds and released them in Distant areas. Sam Marler a wildlife service spokesman in Denver by Margaret Schwein with the official River Bend Art fair Flag flying for the first time or. Sun smiled brightly As will Sibbald clipped the ribbon opening the fair and his one Man feature show at Exchange National Bank amp Trust co. City and Atchison Art association dignitaries assisted him. Mrs. Skip Mccarthy general chairman of the fair for the association formally presented the Art fair Flag to boy scout troop 93 Honor guard members. They also received the stars and stripes from mrs. Doug smart. As the bugler blew a to the colors a the guard raised both flags on the 500-Block pole to Fly until 5 . This afternoon when the 13th annual River Bend Art fair closes. In ribbon cutting ceremonies mrs. Tillie Feldman association president welcomed a Large crowd of Early visitors and artists to the fair introducing City and Art fair officials she turned the microphone Over to mayor Dave Laurie who added words of Welcome and personally welcomed Sibbald As he was introduced. With a Brief expression of appreciation Sibbald quickly dispatched the ribbon Barrier and the crowd poured in to the Exchange Bank lobby. Or. Newton Jones chairman of the feature show John Majerus chamber of Commerce manager mayor Laurie and mrs. Feldman assisted with the ribbon cutting. Members of Junior Guild Are up ready to go it is an easy matter to cover up in Case of a Shower but no one wants to Start the show in rain. We just thank the Good lord above for such a perfect special music arts and crafts demonstrations and the wide variety of Art All add to the festive spirit of the Art fair. Everyone in the Atchison area who did not see the exhibits yesterday is invited to come downtown today from la a m. To 5p.m. Award winners of the juried show at City National Bank were announced by Dan Enich. After the three judges. Caroline records and Jim Barker Kansas City and Max King Atchison came to final decisions. For Best in show the $150 Check was awarded James Hamil professional artist of Kansas City and the 1975 River Bend Art fair featured artist. His w inner was a Watercolour of a Valley Village at dusk and May be seen at his exhibit on the mall wearing its Blue ribbon. . Noble Shawnee photographer was awarded second place ribbon and $100 for his abstract study of a dozen eggs and third prize of $50 went to Jerry Rutledge an Art minor and graduate this month at the University of Nebraska Omaha for his Metal sculpture honorable mention prizes of $25 were awarded Jerry Fournier Atchison Watercolour Dick Steward Kansas City mo., Watercolour Ernest Ulmer Kansas City pen and Ink Watercolour and David s. Clow Grandview. To Watercolour. In the opinion of the three judges. Max King of Atchison continuing Caroline records and Jim Barker both of Kansas City mo., entries in the juried show were of High Quality and very difficult to judge. A the Overall Quality of the whole Art fair a they agreed a is More professional and of More artistic Merit than last King who has seen most of the 13 annual Art fair shows added a this is the Best one i think really Fine work All Down haves the Dick Mize in charge of sales said they were a a unbelievable yesterday afternoon All Media were a Selling like far volume of sales this year is the in a suburb of Luanda the angolan capital. Among those named by both Neto and the Anop report As dead were finance minister saudi Mingas and army commander Eurico Goncalves. A portuguese newspaper a capital reported earlier that Mingas and a foreign affairs official Garcia Neto had been captured by the rebels. Garcia Neto was listed by Anop As being slain. Netos speech was his third to the nation since fridays revolt. Continued on Page 12 Globe goes to press j Early monday the Globe has scheduled a noon press time for monday because of the National memorial Day Holiday. The Globe business office and All other depart. I except in his first statement he said the circulation will close at noon rebellion had been a totally crushed a but saturday he reported some of the rebels had escaped and were being pursued. In Rome the angolan embassy issued a statement saying a the struggle is still but a the final the circulation department will remain open until 2 pm. To service any kick Calls received by that hour if you have not received your Globe by 1 30 monday please dial 367-0583 before 2 . For delivery of mondays Issue. Secretary of state to Paris Cieck talks continued on Page 12 a it fair Side ugh to and said a when you develop a plan hostesses at Sibbald s show presiding at the guest Book. At the artists registration table mrs. Wayne Wallace office of budget and Treasury y0u have to consider All of Secretary w. Michael tons a adding that killing an Blumenthal for failing to Eagle would be considered a provide projections of Likely a last options in any plan inflation unemployment and few ranchers at the meeting economic growth rates if no suggested that Only a few eagles Energy plan were enacted. Wou d need to be killed Marler a i think they have done a said. If the dead Birds were left tepid Job a Ashley said of and lying on the ground to rot the ministration efforts to explain ranchers suggested the sur the need for the Energy living eagles would View their program. Deceased Bret hem and leave i. The area Marler related. In the Long rim Ashley san if the National Audubon the Tough to Swallow portions of the Energy plan fail to get through the Congress this year continued on Page 12 society reportedly has sent a letter to the Interior department protesting any plan that would permit the killing of Golden eagles. Chairman said at to a m yesterday a the artists Are pouring in just As fast As we can handle them and show them where they Are to set up. By noon All but a few pre registered exhibitors had their work upon the mall. Mrs. Mccarthy and All the other officials were wearing smiles As Bright As the Sun. She said a is no to this Beautiful Isnit it great the most important time to have the Sun and Blue skies is while the artists Are arriving. After everyone is set Young and beaming will Sibbald was starting to feel like a celebrity yesterday morning even before the Art fair started. He had stopped at a service station to fill his car with Gas and the Young attendant said a they you re will Sibbald the feature artist i saw your picture in the paper. Welcome to composing the Globe. Room Foreman at a the come Jim Hamil the 1974 feature artist is Here with a big variety of his work and glad to be Back in Atchison. He said he a had a Busy year painting and teaching and this is the Only fair for him so far this year. Down town with me this morning a Vernelle laughed yesterday a because he had a printing Job to Here with Vernelle is her daughter mrs. Tom Dede Osborne and her son and daughter All from Mexico City for a four generation gathering at the Worrels 819 Kansas Avenue. Vernelle said a i go to lots of Art shows but this is the Best setup in be every seen. It really helps to have All these panels of uniform size instead of every artist bringing in whatever he or she can whip up to hang his stuff on. And the setting is Beautiful economic cooperation Cieck. Vance will present proposals worked out with other Rich nations aimed at ending the 18-month conference commonly called the North South dialogue on a positive and conciliatory note. . Officials say that to accomplish this the poor countries will be offered special economic Aid and some pledges to continue the Effort to close the economic Gap. In Exchange the underdeveloped nations Are sex Notter designs All Colo fast Ted to what the United pottery designs All Colo fast states sees As unacceptable to avoid criticism of Washington a the final round of formal talks Between the worlds economic and have not opens monday in Paris with the industrialized Rich offering the underdeveloped poor some Aid but mostly promises. Secretary of state Cyrus r. Vance is going to Paris to take Over the american delegation at the final session of the 27-nation conference on International demands emotional and Waterproof. Rock from Enterprise is the brother of mrs. Clarice Hegarty a retired Ulerich nations Atchison Grade school teacher and her guest for the weekend. And Public former Atchison ians Sandy and Jerry Baumgardner Are Happy to be greeting friends at another River Bend Art fair. No one in the industrialized world claims these proposals will end the frustrations and bitterness of the poor countries or seriously close the economic Gap Between the two spheres. When Jerry coach High Vernelle bergerhouse water Florist from Lakewood Colo., is the daughter of Cecil Worrel former longtime that Indian Type basketry by in Ren Rock is made from yarn wound around rope in Indian but the poor countries Are expected to accept the approach last seen yesterday by the Rich because the dialogue a former basketball Tju continue and promises Are Here and at Emporia better than nothing. School was tending Mbere Are six major areas Sandy Stoll painting work while under discussion at Paris she socialized. Jerry gave up commodities resource and coaching two years ago because development Aid International of the pressure so what she debts Energy capital in doing now but another highly vestment and Trade pressurized Job assistant have repairs to be done read today a Globe want ads. Continue Don Page 12 adv

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