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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Atchison, Kansas Hard to be Neutral about by by l0ui8e Cook associated press writer to Gary Christen of Seattle new York City is traffic jams and prostitutes. A a it a what the rest of the world is liable to become if we done to watch to William Wenzler of Milwaukee new York qty is a diversity of people and sights. A it is a fascinating vibrant exciting place to visit and i would suspect to Christian a chemistry professor and Wenzler an architect typify the wide variety of opinions that people in the rest of the country have about new York. The associated press asked a random sampling of people in about a dozen cities now they Felt about new York whether they had visited or lived there what sort of experiences they had and whether they would want to live there. Those who had been to new York had mixed experiences. They remembered the Heaters and Wall Street the museums and the Ballet. But they also remembered the dirt the hurried Pace and the fear of walking the streets after dark. Few people said they wanted to live in new York. It was too big too expensive too unfriendly. But almost All of them said they Felt new York City had made a contribution to the rest of the country a in culture in education in Medicine in business and in acting As a unique melting pot that is the Gateway to America. Peoples emotions often were coloured by their personal experiences. Christians most recent visit to new York was several years ago. He said head never return. A i was caught in a terrific traffic Jam and my bus from the Airport was delayed. From times Square i took a cab to the hotel and it took me one hour to go two blocks. One of the first things i noticed was prostitutes on the Corner and it was a fairly Classy Wenzler in contrast has other memories of his visits to new York. A i would spend a lot of time walking including East Harlem. In be taken the subway up there in be walked the streets in be been gone into old fashioned apartments to see what they were like. I asked people on the Street if i could could see them and they invited me the difference in viewpoints is reflected in some of the Many Public opinion polls on Federal Aid for new York City although pollsters say the timing of the surveys and the Way the questions Are asked have a lot to do with the outcome. Or. Irving Crespi a vice president with the Gallup organization noted that different surveys showed widely varying results a pro and con financial Aid. But he added when you take them All together a it is very Clear that the widespread Assumption that the nation hates new York City just in t but some people do seem to hate new York. Fred Kimsey 47, an unmarried free Lance artist who lives in Little Rock ark., said a take one giant Bulldozer and push it into the East River. New York is so corrupt its unreal. Its a giant organism that s eating itself Kimsey said he lived in new York a for about three months one time Back in the 40s. That was enough for Ever. No Way i would live in new York again unless i had enough Money to insulate myself from new Eugene Shepherd of Kansas City is a machinist in his 50s and married. A How do i feel about new York How do you feel about your left Arm. Its continued on Page 4 two fold event for Jaycees on tuesday Atchison Atchison Kansas per copy sunday november 9, 1975 sunday Globe 30-pages ninety eighth year 30010 tuesday nights distinguished service awards Dsa banquet of the Atchison Jaycees and Atchison Jaycee Jaynes at the peking restaurant will be a twofold occasion for the local service organizations. Not Only will awards be presented to winners in the Competition areas of outstanding Young woman Yow outstanding Young Man gym outstanding Young educator Oye and outstanding Young Farmer iding i the overheard live within your income and you la have peace of mind but that s Lisbon troops on Alert after attack Lisbon Portugal apr Portugal a armed forces went on nationwide Alert saturday following an outbreak of terrorist attacks and an accusation by the communist party that a a counter revolutionary coup do eat is in advanced a Lisbon radio station reported a grenade was found on the desk of adm. Antonio Rosa Coutinho leftist member of the ruling revolutionary Council but malfunctioned and did not explode the in Alert which confines troops to Barracks for an indefinite period was expected to extend at least through tuesday when Portugal Grants Independence to Angola its last african Possession. The Independence of the immensely Rich african country and the fighting there Between soviet backed and Western oriented liberation movements for control is tightly interwoven into the struggle for Power Here Between leftists moderate socialists and the right Wing. The Alert which went into effect at 8 a.m., came Only a few hours after unknown men in cars hurled hand grenades at five Lisbon police stations causing damage but be serious injuries. Hie stations House Security units that Ara being accused by some airborne troops of planting the explosives that destroyed a leftist radio station Friday on the orders of the country a military ruling body. A a a a a a a a a a Atchison american revolution Bicentennial Honor Roll in it it it it it it it it Only one contribution to the mayors Bicentennial fund was reported by City Hall last week but it was a Large sum and boosted the total to Well Over the $12,000 Mark. The fund is to be used toward Atchison a share in providing walkways and Shaitan for the International Forest of Friendship at Warlock Lake Atchison a major Bicentennial project in Observance of the nations 200th birthday in 1976. The Forest of Friendship was proposed by the International ninety nines inc., As a memorial to one of its founded and first president Amelia Earhart the famed aviatrix and Atchison native and is co sponsoring the Forest. It is also the major National Bicentennial project of the women a flying organization. The latest donation to the mayors fund has been added to those previously published on Atchison a american revolution Bicentennial Honor Roll. The donor Pillsbury co. And its employees $1,000 total amount reported at this time is $12,880.25. Elsewhere in the Globe today is the a gift coupons for the mayors Bicentennial fund and new names will be added to the Honor Roll As they Are reported to the Globe. Traffic pattern change at seventh and Spring traffic safety director capt. Don Hunsaker warns motorists using the seventh and Spring -Kan area weather considerable cloudiness with slight Chance of rain today. Partly Cloudy tomorrow. Kan a con Lda Rabla clouding and cooler today with a chant of rain Oast and South. High 40s North wast to Tho sos Southeast. Decreasing cloudiness from the West today with Low 20s Northwest to the mid 30s Southeast. Partly Cloudy monday with High upper 40s to Low sos. Missouri showers Likely today the High from the upper sos Northwest to the 70s Southeast. Showers ending from the West tonight and cooler. Low from the mid 30s Northwest to around so Boot Heel. Monday dear the High from around so Northwest to the Low 00s Southeast. Thermometer readings 2p.m.71 3p.m.70 4p.m.si sp.m.s5 7 .s3 a Low is temperatures a year ago today Low 37 High s3 monday Sunrise Sunset j 14 River stages Omaha 10.s up 0.1 Nebraska City <4.7 up 0.2 Rio missing St. Joe 14.9 unchanged Atchison Hoo unchanged intersection that the traffic pattern will be changed there tomorrow. Starting monday the Stop signs now located on the East West Spring Street will be switched to Hie northbound and southbound lanes of seventh Street. A traffic volumes at this South Atchison intersection have changed to the extent so As to cause the relocation of Stop signs there a according to capt. Hunsaker. A traffic count conducted by his department shows that Spring Street carries the greater volume of motor vehicles. Capt. Hunsaker Hopes that motorists will see and understand the Stop sign relocation and adjust their driving habits accordingly. East West vehicles will have the right of Way at the intersection. And vehicles on seventh should Stop until it is Safe to enter the intersection. The Stop sign relocation will be tried for a 90-Day period and then the City commission could be asked to act on an ordinance to make the change permanent Hunsaker said. The full Alert was the emergency measure of its kind in two weeks. Two weeks ago the Continental Security command cop co which ordered the Alert said there was danger of counter revolutionary action by right Wing forces. This time cop con gave no explanation for the Alert. The communist party Central committee said in a statement that a it is evident that a counter revolutionary coup do eat is in advanced it condemned a demonstration of support for the moderate civilian government planned for sunday in Lisbon with the backing of the socialist and centrist popular democratic parties the two major partners in the government coalition. The communists have one member in the Cabinet. Moderates have repeatedly said that they fear a coup from the left could come just before angolan Independence. They reason that the communists desperately want to have Portugal recognize the leftist popular movement for the liberation of Angola Mola thus making it the legitimate government of the new nation. The portuguese government stance has been to refuse to offer sovereignty to either the Mola or the other two groups the National front for the liberation of Angola Fla and Unita. The government has been attempting to bring about a settlement Between them. Annual Globe Yule contest elsewhere in today a Issue of the Globe is the first of a series of Christmas contest pages which will appear in the Globe in the following weeks. A total of $360 in Cash will be Given away during the six weeks by participating Atchison merchants and the Globe. There will be 13 Prises awarded each week to winners in the contest first prize of $25, second $10, third $5 and ten $2 prizes. Rules and regulations governing the contest May be found on this weeks Christmas Page. Everyone in the Atchison area is eligible and invited to participate. Give us the word Well put you in touch with buyers through Globe want ads. Pm. 367-0583 for a taker. Adv. Of the Jaycees and Jaynes will also celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Jaycee chapter which was re chartered Here on nov. To 1965. The original chapter known then As the Atchison Junior chamber of Commerce was organized in february of 1940. The acc chapter initiated Many local projects and drives but the activities faded in the late 1950s. Chuck Fisher was elected president of the organization when it was re chartered in 1965. Many past presidents have been invited to attend tuesdays 7 . Dinner meeting at the peking for the 10th anniversary Observance and the Dsa award presentations. The guest list will include Kansas Jaycee president Richard maim Valley Falls . Director Dean Thork regional vice president Mark Kalwei Kansas Jaycee Jayne president Carol Jackson Kansas City and regional vice president Diane Kennedy. Local judges who narrowed the Field of candidates for the Yow gym and Oye awards and made the final selections have also been invited. The of nominations were judged last night. Semi finalists in the gym and Oye Competition Are As follows outstanding Young woman Semi finalists Are mrs. Jackie Hinton mrs. Lynn Jones and sister Rebecca Heidlage. Outstanding Young Man Semi finalists Are Earl Adam Terry Hanson and John Van Dyke. Outstanding Young educator Semi finalists Are Keith l. Rawson and Mary Jane Palumbo. Mrs. Hinton 911 Santa be Street is Active in a number of continued on Page 4 Treasury objects to Paris economic talks the outstanding 4-h achievement boy and girl were presented chests of Silver by William a Blair of the Blair Mill and elevator co. At the 4-h achievement party Friday night at the american legion Home 706 commercial Street. From left Are Randy Tosh Prairie View 4-h dub and Marsha Taliaferro Sunflower 4-h dub receiving the awards from Blair. Hie two 4-h�?Ters were listed As top achievers in the county. Other photos Are on Page 2.-Globe photo. 4-h achievement winners Marsha Taliaferro of the Effingham Community 4-h dub and Randy Tosh of Prairie View 4-h dub were named the outstanding achievement girl and boy at the 4-h achievement party last night at the american legion Home. Each was presented a Chest of silverware by William a. Blair of the Blair Mill and elevator co. The Blair firm has presented chests of Silver to the top achievement girl and boy annually for Many years. The Effingham Community 4-h dub was judged As the Best All around dub according to a score card and was presented the Atchison area chamber of Commerce plaque Given to the top club each year. Other clubs listed in the Best All around club Competition were Rose Valley Lucky Clover Prairie View Brush Creek Shannon Friendly Farmers Sunflower Good intent and stranger Creek. Gold achievement awards went to Becky Besancon of the Shannon club and Marsha Taliaferro of the Sunflower club. Who a who key award winners were Susan Sternsdorff Effingham Community to Compton and Elizabeth Schesser both of Rose Valley and Peggy Taliaferro Sunflower. Nancy Acheson Effingham Community and to Compton Rose Valley rustlers were named Danforth foundation award sinners. Brush Creek Effingham Community Friendly Farmers Good intent Lucky Clover Prairie View Rose Valley and Shannon clubs were awarded purple seals. Many awards were handed out during the evening. The county champions and others were recognized. The party is sponsored annually by the Atchison area continued on Page 4 will attend a preliminary meeting this week in London where the Agenda for the Summit will be drawn up. One administration official argued a a there a nothing to Summit about. All they can do is sit around and pledge to keep the world out of depression which they would do state department officials agree with the Treasury that Little of substance probably will be accomplished at the meeting but they think it is important for the United states to attend. A the stakes Are very Large for us in generating Doser on operative ties Between the United states Europe and Japan a said another official who did not want to be identified. A ill we done to do it there will be a tendency for europeans to look inward Japan to look toward the Pacific Basin and for the United states to be isolated Ury Secretary George p. Shultz continued on Page 4 Hasson May Compromise on disputed territory Washington a president Ford travels to an economic Summit conference in Paris on Friday As the Treasury department and state department disagree about whether it is worthwhile. French president Valery discard Deestaing proposed the meeting several months ago and Ford finally agreed to attend after Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger overrode Treasury department objections that nothing could be gained by it. Besides France and the United states Heads of government from Germany great Britain Japan and Italy will attend. The United states wanted to include Canada but others especially France objected. The three Day Summit will begin saturday at the chateau Rambouillet a Castle about 45 Miles outside Paris. Ford will Effingham youth wins Honor Michael Kelly Effingham has been nominated to receive the american Farmer degree the highest degree presented by the National future Farmers of America organization. He was nominated for the degree by the Kansas future Farmers of America organization and the nomination was approved at a recant mooting of the National delegates who represent Fra in convention business sessions. Mike is the son of or. And mrs. Paul Kelly Effingham and is currently fanning with his parents. He earned the american Farmer degree on the basis of a supervised farming program and leadership activities. His High school agriculture instructor and Fra adviser is Roy Eek. The american Farmer degree is highly coveted because it is presented to about 700 of the 485,793 total Fra membership. It is presented by the National Fra organization to members who have demonstrated exceptional agricultural and leadership ability. Each recipient will be presented a Gold key and certificate by the National Fra organization. Recipients to attend the convention will also be presented a Check from the National Fra foundation to help pay travel expenses. To qualify for the american Farmer degree Fra Mem continued on Page 4 Agadir Morocco apr unarmed moroccan marchers were reported massed saturday to enter the Spanish Sahara at a third Point As King Hassan ii and a Spanish Cabinet minister reopened talks on a possible Compromise Over the disputed territory. The moroccan newspaper la opinion quoted a Field correspondent As saying a Large group was preparing to open the new front just 30 Miles West of the algerian Border a joining the 120,000 marchers facing a Spanish minefield and legionnaires near the Atlantic coast and an unconfirmed number at another front roughly Midway Between the coast and the algerian Frontier. Antonio Carro Martinez Spain a minister of the Premier s office flew unexpectedly into Agadir Morocco a temporary capital after a Dis # Ara to discuss noise controls Michael Kelly Fra Board of directors in Alexandria a. One of 701 Fra members nominated for the american Farmer degree Mike will receive the award in a special ceremony thursday in Kansas City pending a final vote of approval of 119 student two noise control experts will be Here tuesday to demonstrate the use of a Decibel meter a device that measures noise Levels much the same Way radar guns measure Speed. Coming at the invite of the Atchison human resources development committee and its task Force on vehicular noise control Are John Irwin of the Kansas department of health and environment Topeka and Vincent Smith of the environmental Protection Agency District office at Kansas City. Between 2 . And 4 . Tuesday the men will meet with representatives of the Atchison police department to explain the Decibel meter operations. Irwin and Smith will meet with interested citizens at City Hall Between 4 of clock and 5 . Tuesday to show How a Decibel meter is used to measure sound Levels. At 7 30 . Tuesday they will make a presentation to the Hhd committee and its task forces in the Library of Atchison High school. A fall interested citizens of any age group Are urged to come and hear what these men might have to say with regard to vehicular noise problems specific to Atchison a according to mrs. Cecilia car Pinelli chairman of the vehicular noise control task Force. A your task Force is trying to make Atchison streets reasonably quiet ones. Our intention is not to single out any age group or Type of vehicle in our Effort to reach our goal. We would Hope that an educational approach could be followed in attempting to solve the problems created by some vehicles and their Drivers rather than emphasizing arrests court proceedings and fines a she added. A general meeting of the Hhd committee starting at 7 ., will precede the presentation on noise control tuesday. Dave Briggs is scheduled to make a Brief presentation on the current status of the Northeast Kansas guidance clinic and. Its services. Melanie , Counselor at the clinic and director of the local drug abuse program will assist Briggs. Cussion of the crisis by the Spanish Cabinet on Friday. King Hassan received Cerro in his Agadir Palace. Among others attending the Seaton were moroccan Premier Ahmed Osman and foreign minister Ahmed Laurald. Before the meeting Between Hassan and Carro began moroccan information minister Ahmed Taibi Benham told newsmen a you can expect a decisive turn of events in the next 24 he did not elaborate but the statement was widely regarded As confirmation of reports that a Compromise was in the making. Those at the first opening began crossing the Border thursday South of Taraya but stopped when they came to what Spain Calls its a dissuasion line of mines barbed wire and legionnaires about six Miles across the Frontier. Military officials said the second opening was made by trucking 100,000 other volunteers to an area about 120 Miles East a an apparent attempt to get around the landmines. But newsmen in the area saw Only an estimated 5,000 marchers at one Point and 60 to 80 transport trucks at another Point. The third opening if confirmed would further increase the risk of a direct confrontation with Algeria which has denounced the March As an a invasion with aggressive intent and an attempt to deprive the 80,000 Sahara inhabitants of their right to self determination. Morocco claims the Northern Section of the Spanish Sahara which has one of the largest phosphate deposits in the world. Mauritania claims the Southern and Eastern portions on its Borders but has made no Effort to take . W. 22 Kansas 23 huskers 12 Missouri 44 Colorado 17 Michigan 28 Stanford 13 Iowa 45 Ravens 14 sooner 3 a state o cyclones 14 cowboys 7 Purdue o Uscio badgers 28

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