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Atchison Sunday Globe (Newspaper) - September 26, 1976, Atchison, Kansas War still lurks in Africa Johannesburg South Africa apr despite White Rhodesia a agreement to surrender Power to the country a Black majority the threat of race War in Southern Africa remains. There Are Many obstacles to be faced before an Independent Black ruled Zimbabwe As Mack nationalists Call Rhodesia emerges out of the breakaway British Colony. And after that there Are still the problems of Namibia or South West Africa and South Africa itself. It still is not Clear if Rhodesia s sharply divided Black nationalists can unite Long enough to accept the Power being offered them. While Joshua Nkomo Leader of a moderate faction of the african National Council is considered a Likely candidate to Lead a Black Rhodesia he has several rivals. Among them Are american educated methodist Bishop Abel Muzorewa who has directed the guerrilla efforts and Rev. Ndabaningi Sithole head of the Ancus Zimbabwe african National Union. The Anc is an umbrella organization intended to unite the various factions. Kissinger promised rhodesian prime minister Jan Smith that the guerrilla War would end and Smith set that As one of the conditions for a capitulation by the Whites but it is not known if the guerrillas alienated from the Black political leaders will Stop their attacks while a transition government is formed the soviet Union is strongly opposed to any settlement that might put moderate pro Western Black leaders in Power in an Independent Rhodesia Moscow is expected to push for continuation of the War from bases in Mozambique Zambia and Tanzania thus the views of Mozambique a president Samora Machel Tanzania s Julius Nyerere and Zambia s Kenneth Kaunda Are critical to a peaceful settlement if they refuse to accept the proposals put Forth by Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger and accepted by Smith peaceful transition is unlikely if they become divided with Kaunda and Nyerere backing the Kissinger proposals and Machel demanding a continuation of hostilities the hard won diplomatic Victory could collapse Kissinger reported significant Progress on Namibia How ruled by South Africa following talks with South african prime minister John Vorster in Pretoria last weekend but there has been no Public announcement that the South West Africa Peoples organization Swap which is fighting a guerrilla War against the South african rulers from bases in Angola has been invited to participate in a constitutional conference South Africa has agreed to give the territory Independence on dec 31,1978, but Many Black nationalists claim South Africa is trying to set up a a a puppet government of Black leaders it controls so Apo a exclusion from any final decision on the Mineral Rich territory s future is almost certain to guarantee continued War. South Africa itself is reeling from its internal racial disturbances. It claims that a a agitators a Are responsible for the recent riots and racial clashes and that the crisis will fade but Kissinger who met publicly with Black leaders Here made it Clear that the United states will never accept Pretoria a policy of apartheid or separate racial development Vorster has refused in recent policy statements to accept any sharing of Power Between South continued on Page 9 Horton birthday Parade postponed until today Atchison Atchison Kansas per copy sunday september 26, 1976 sunday Globe 26-pages ninety ninth year 30283 overheard i always believed that opposites should marry. She s Rich and i m poor. American poverty Patty faces More trials j by Linda Deutsch changed her life a her kid harrises kidnapping to sets record Pace Washington a More americans Slid into poverty last year than any time in the 17 years the government has been keeping track the census Bureau said saturday. The Bureau Mamed the 2.5-million increase in poverty stricken people on the whip saw effect of High inflation in the midst of recession together with widespread exhaustion of unemployment benefits last year despite an $818 increase in median family income last year to $13,720 a year inflation dragged the buying Power of that income Down to the lowest level in five years in 1975, the census Bureau said. The drop worked out to 2.6 per diplomats win Day with a squeeze play Washington a a closely coordinated squeeze May by Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger and South africans John Vorster has emerged among the chief factors that forced Rhodesia s White leaders to yield Power to the Mack majority. The Secretary of state and the a to Kan area wearer occasional showers sunday diminishing sunday night. High sunday around 60, Low sunday night mid to upper 40s. Xirui oct thundershowers tout and asst sunday. High sunday so Northwest to 70a Southeast rain diminishing or Anding Over Patata sunday night. Missouri occasional rain sunday North. Mild with Chanco of Arowora and Thunder Zhowar tooth through sunday night High sunday around to North to around so Southeast rain Anding Croaa a Toto sunday night. Rainfall j Inchon a of i so pm. Saturday total for so Tombar i to Inchon Normal for september t.71 Inchon. Total for a 14.13 Inchon Tampor Aturo Road Nga pm. ,. 3 . Locked. a a . 2 7 . A .� Low a Tampor Turoa a Yaar ago today Low 37, High Ai. River Stross Omaha 1.3 no Changa Nabraska City to Down 0.1 Rulo 10.0 Down 0 i St. Joo Down 0.3 atch Laon 13.07 up 0 03 South african prime minister also made deliberate use of several facts of life in a skillful exercise to bring about the surrender 4j the Independence Premier Ian Smith s regime defiantly claimed la years ago. These conditions according to . Officials who travelled with Kissinger on his 12-Day Cace safari through subhuman Africa included a the Ever escalating guerrilla Campaign mounted by Black rhodesian nationalists who have been armed by the russians and Are being trained by cuban instructors in neighbouring Mozambique. A the Ever present likelihood that 10,000 cuban fighting troops still in Angola could intervene if any White rhodesian counter offensive made things too hot for the Zimbabwe rhodesian Peoples army known As Zipa. A the unanimous intelligence assessment by american British South african French and moderate Black african authorities that Smith without outside help could not break through the tightening ring of forces closing in on his Lan country. This assessment was passed on to him by Vorster in the weeks and months preceding Kissinger a shuttle. A the Promise of a big International Trust fund of up to $2 billion to reconcile Mack ambitions with White fears for cent and followed a 3 5 per cent drop in 1974 buying Power by that measure has now shrunk four of the last six years for the number of people in poverty it was the second increase in a Row and Only the third since the Bureau began keeping such statistics in 1959. The increases in 1974 and in 1970 were both about 1.3 million. The census Bureau said 25.9 million persons lived in families that were below the government defined poverty level of $5,500 for a nonfarm family of four. The poverty level was up due to inflation from $5,038 in 1974 the number of people in continued on Page 9 John Case Dies rites on tuesday John n. Case jr., 60, Well known Doniphan county Farmer died at 5 15 yesterday at the menorah medical Crater Kansas City mo., where he had been a patient since aug. 5. Or. Case had been in failing health for the last several years and previously a patient at the Atchison Hospital before entering menorah. Funeral services will be held at 3 30 . Tuesday at the Stanton Chapel with the Rev. Roy Fields jr., pastor of the first Christian Church officiating. Interment will be in Sunset memory Garden cemetery. The family will receive continued on Page 5 by Linda Deutsch associated press writer san Francisco a Patricia Hearse sentenced to seven years in prison for Bank robbery is destined to spend much of her immediate future in courtrooms a As witness and defendant. Her complicated Legal path will unavoidably be tied to her sworn enemies William and Emily Harris miss Hearst a attorney f. Lee Bailey says she will make her first appearance As a witness against the harrises on monday testifying in secret before an Alameda county grand jury about the event that changed her life a her kidnapping by the sym ionese liberation army on feb. 4, 1974 she has publicly accused the harrises self avowed members of the Sla of her abduction and denied that she was their True Comrade during months on the run with them a fellow fugitives the harrises pleaded not guilty earlier this week to a criminal complaint in the Case but the District attorney is seeking a formal indictment based on miss Hearst s testimony. The 22-year-old heiress would be the key witness at the harrises kidnapping trial but first she is scheduled to stand trial next Jan to in los Angeles on charges of kidnapping assault and robbery that grew out of a shoplifting foray at a sporting goods store that ended up As a night and Day of violence with the harrises the harrises who were tried separately on the same charges were convicted aug. 9 of kidnapping and robbery but were acquitted of six assaults jurors indicated they Felt miss Hearst was responsible for the assaults. Bailey and his Law partner Al continued on Page 9 . Eyes 1977 tax cuts Washington a the should play congressional joint economic recovery. Committee says another tax Cut May be in order next year to pump up the Economy. In economic while republicans and democrats on the panel agreed in a midyear economic report issued saturday that further tax reduction May be needed they disagreed sharply on the role that Federal spending headed by Humphrey committee spending at it did restrict the democrats sen. Hubert h. Chairman of the said that holding current Levels Woi economic growth. But the rep Mickans echoing president Ford said spending above current Levels a would be destructive of the private sectors ability to continue Freak Accident kills 4 Bolivar map a Young woman from nearby Humansville mo., her 3-year-old son and 8-year-old twins by a previous marriage were trapped and drowned about Midnight Friday night when the family station Wagon ran Down a boat ramp into Pomme de Terre Lake. Sheriff Glen p. Carson said he was questioning but had not arrested Jeffery Clinton Wylie 30 drowned in the station Wagon were Nancy Wylie 36, his wife Richard Wylie 3, their son and the twins Karen and Kevin Myers Sidney j. Pitts Polk county Coroner called a Coroner s jury to View the bodies and said whether there will be an inquest depends on what develops in the questioning of Wylie and witnesses. The 1976 station Wagon went Forward Down a ramp at what is popularly called Bolivar Landing. It is in the Bolivar Public use area on the Pomme de Terre Arm of the Federal flood control Reservoir in Southwest Missouri. The Public use area is at the end of a Polk county Road about 12 Miles North of Bolivar and about 45 Miles North of Springfield. A cent continued on Page 9 Ford to a showboat for Southern votes aboard the Natchez apr president Ford campaigned aboard a i Mississippi River Stern Wheeler saturday declaring from the Leek of this political showboat hat he Means to contest Jimmy Toter All across the South. He told a crowd that lined the a Vee in tiny Lutcher la., about 5 Miles upstream from new Orleans that he a conceding thing a from the snowy Banks f Minnesota to the Sandy Plains f that covered the ome states of both Carter and democratic vice presidential Ominee Walter f. Mondale. Ford called Mondale Quot the biggest spender in the then with a rasp from it s Oarse Horn the riverboat Natchez embarked on the president s excursion into Carters native Southland. Along the was the president promised flatly that if he is elected he will ask for another tax reduction next january. He also pledged to curb Federal spending and in terms of National defense a keep America no. I amid the political Celebration a Man collapsed of a heart attack in the boats continued on Page 9 Farmers find eager buyers when they use Globe want ads. Bring your and to our office or pm. 367-0583. Adv. A new performing arts Center for Atchison and a multiple use auditorium for Public functions is envisioned by the first presbyterian Church congregation As remodelling at its Community Crater auditorium at fourth and Santa be streets nears completion. Two experienced drama instructors or. Doug Mckenzie of Benedictine College and Tim Walters who taught last year at Maur Hill have been in charge of the planning As Well As having done a great Deal of the construction work this past summer in the auditorium. Jim Eubank has done most of the exterior painting of the building and Darrel Stith certified electrician has supervised and checked installation of the electrical work. The Rev. George White presbyterian pastor said a your target Date for completion of the Little theater is the last of october. Our grand opening and dedication with an entertaining continued on Page 5 rain yesterday washed out Horton a birthday Celebration Parade which has been rescheduled for 2 30 pm today weather permitting but the Celebration beef Barbecue and Community building program was held As scheduled hundreds of Persona turned out for the free feed and while there was disappointment Over postponing the Parade there was also Joy among members of the Pride committee sponsoring the Celebration for the much needed moisture that was general in the Nek Region creating new jobs at the High rate experienced in the past year a the democratic proposals on taxes were not specific and mentioned a further tax Cut Only As one possible course of action next year. On the other hand the republicans in a summary prepared by rep Clarence brow of Ohio urged enactment of Ford s proposed increase in personal exemptions from the present $750 to $1,000 per person. The gop went a step further in calling for tying tax rates to the Cost of living this a indexing Quot plan would keep a person s taxes level even though inflation pushed him into a higher tax bracket the economic prescriptions offered by the Republican and democratic members of the committee sounded like a replay of last week s debate Between Ford and democratic presidential nominee Jimmy Carter. A steady Progress toward full employment should be an urgent goal of National policy Over the next four years Quot said continued on Page 5 with push Broom in hand this gentleman fought of a Large Idle of water which had seeped into the Horton civic Cantar Ding where the Parade floats were housed Globe photos by Steve Rickman 3 Hurt in accidents on wet City streets installation plans for the sophisticated lighting control panel right front at the performing arts Center being created in the presbyterian Community Center auditorium Are being discussed by Tim Walters left and or. Doug Mckenzie who have planned and done much of the remodelling they sit on the partially completed stage photo. Three persons went to the Atchison Hospital yesterday from a pair of traffic accidents on rain soaked streets Here but Only one was admitted Walter Buster. 511 t Street was reported in fair condition As a patient at the Hospital yesterday afternoon Duane e Denton route 3. And mrs Michael Glenda Earl. Northwood apartments were treated and released from the Hospital emergency room Buster and Denton were Drivers of cars involved in an Accident near fourteenth and Skyway around noon yesterday according to police reports Buster was going out of the w est driveway of a filling station at the intersection when he collided with an eastbound vehicle driven by Denton the 1966 Pontiac driven a Buster proceeded in a southeasterly direction from the Point of Impact rolled Croaa a triangular parking area fourteenth Street and into a tree on the Southeast Comer of fourteenth and Pacific. He was removed from beneath the steering wheel of his car by policemen ambulance attendants and volunteers at the scene the Denton car. A 1974 Buick was left facing West after the Impact and police said a safety air bag in the car kept him from being More seriously injured. Terry Ford route 3, a passenger in the Denton car also escaped serious injury. Mrs Earl was injured when a Ford station Wagon driven by her husband struck a parked continue Don page5 Ravens 17 Missouri 22 deacons 13 Baylor 34 Florida 34 Auburn 38 Wisconsin 35 Iowa 7 cardinals 16 buckeyes 21 a state o Illinois 19 miss. State30 vols 28 cougars 26 Penn St. 6

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