The Parsons Sun from Parsons, Kansas on November 29, 1978 · 10
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The Parsons Sun from Parsons, Kansas · 10

Parsons, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 29, 1978
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Jnitc d SI di a 'd othi i NVIO rnuuliii xli aid avid uuild'iig Hi i tlftto nound a mull nuuibu n mm i mint but hi h a nu d it deal sev i ul tunc lh it In woul 1 like to he ut the top ol the tu ktt Dolt told tilt conuntionais that the utxt st ssion ul ( on puss will b( fai moie con strvdut th in the li t budust Ihopositiim li ha tuad the hird-uf healing m Islington Ann i leans ate tiad hi iid of i ftui c onfla t n agulatioi s ot su h falu d Hurley Named lo Poa 1 OPERA Kail (AP) -Gov diet John Cadm ia expected ti aiinouncc 1 itc toduV the appointment of st ih Rip Patrick J Huiltv of I eavenworth as secietuv ot the Department of Ad ministration a kev post in the governor s cabinet Hailey 38 is House inajuitv leadtr and se ud with Carlin m the Hjili leadership during' the p at tvo y cai j w hen the gov eroni dec t was House speaker Cailin scheduled a new contcreme todav to nskc tie announccmi nt b it Hurlev s SPECIALS Weekdays 8 6 Saturday 8 12 Closed Sunday ' t V - v'r - P3' 1 Anno T or cuLs but KvO w“ie tended t on s (A I Wirc-f hoto) tii e tin v 1 snhji 1 1 t 1 'ii i 11 c 1 i ' t ' i J n j) l ‘ l in ' 1 It i k' t i I ill1 t1 i Si t'l f I i ' 1 ' i i A I' i ( n ii n i e i ' 'h it 1 1 1 1 - v h tvt ltual'i d i i o' 7 ’ i ' i it i'll i r i I s b inaimu id idl 1 1 tat c t 'ft biolt 1 i tie '9 (U 1 1 toon id id le 11 c U il 'litis a co’ ding Ii oil n W a hiugton I ! ah t i ' NT n i ' 5’j d ui In 1V I N v 1 ( n lh n i'i dil of 1 " it h II I S 111 I 'I il ' t i- G ( i u N ) 10 nimat ii Milt m V 1 ll 0) I I (d fill IlfU " (I I Ml 1 c n ol lh alhi i I nil i t it hit t! new time is i Race ij at its a the Oi cl ilmual Ht M nd lit dlh Ail a im ti i lion th il uc loi ti d on thi Aim in an bu int s 1 1 ai i tun tv oi anvoi c 1 1 e 1 Jolt al o ua ti1 th hotc 1 mil lnntd owmis to r ta u t im i liv b m U s politic i ai ta ul i 1 tCc public n j 1 1 t ts i ‘id i a i a nt i ( ia ate ' i to nmg to Liu tv lulilii n fold mm m it H stihnn of Watugatc is be t miiiiii to f i It appoinlimnt m cuitnmed t ii lit i 1 1 in lev i Dt n ( lat was chit d in bovt mbi r lo what ivouhl have been his tlual tii a in the House of Kepi cant divts Hut lev v ill have to a i a to icitj t the a!nimt ation d pul burnt appoi it'i nt Hi i k l an Mtmntv mac ’ a i g in 1 1 ' ti v i ' 'h in 1 1 a in in' u of I (th th )n ci am id 1 an is 1 is o i 'b m Hi i i j i ud’ Ac of V s il ai n Una u tv H bool of I a 1' i id I udi P inn mV f t i b n ti Ron Wilson Howard Johnson Furniture Inc ’J1 JTLni 1 4 ThUJU Furniture Showploc of S E Kansas 5015 Man Parsons 4214170 r ' if 4 n 4Si V 1 J were horn last weak and p'aced in foster n il irmuit v O'is ii i il : "d at i a (I i us n ci shoi tape of m w i sp cul'v u derl i ’ 1 1 al in u 1 1 t dt ti tlion nt iti le Ul i u'lbiin a id southern iianks ot r crept Rusu an n vnl la1 y Lanei y wrote assumes as its primary military msponsibib-tv th' lsolati m fa Euaif can 1 lilt field f i UnUd Stat it infoit m n But tnue is no ag'ecmtnt on Sm t naval piioaties boric NAiO otfaeis b lievi the Kussi ins’ mam tfiort it thi outset o' a ivui would be to sm no! t mi I i fumes with atUcl on ad et! suif at slups os a s' ' ndd' v nu -non '1 1 e tl ntu Cm n d a goit v Inch teas di cctul by L'onaid Sullivan a toirner United Mites assistant icacUiy o dvfi rise lor wt ipora rndvics const Je i ed hat lntudiition of allied sta lines of communication would be onlv fuuith on the Soviet niv ilpi'ority li t The Uiuttd States has foul nnijoi naval mio ions — mainteuanee of ai t ubmaiine v aifaie forces can die of defeating nudeai oi i onventioiial openations bv Si v n t 'ubmarmes establish i i nt of a vtrtuallv in vulnerable sea based ittatcgic dcterient piunaiily I'b'uaiitie launched ballistic rm iles ptojection of an I cur at sta u ashore against stn ngcr Soviet defenses and c bihtv to put an pluhious lo its asloie ogaind power- NEW ales Manager tz Ron Wilson is now associated with Howard Johnson Furniture and Carpet Ron invites his many area friends to stop in have a cup of coffee and discuss your home furnishings and carpet needs Slate Canvass TOPEKA Kan (AP) -Democrat John Carlin defeated incumbent Republican Robert F Bennett for governor by 15-820 votes the official state canvass of the Nov 7 election showed today Nancy Landon Kassebaum Republican was an 85752 vote winner over Democrat Bill Roy in the race to succeed retiring Sen Janies B Pearson R Kan Republican Robei t Stephan Cattleman High Beef WASHINGTON (AP) - A cattle industry representative savs consumers will get no relief from soaring beef prices until the Carter ad ministration gives producers ‘ real encouragement" to exoand their herds However Agricultuie Secieterv Bob Bei gland warns that if cattlemen don t Doctrine 1 ul opposition I le al'y the Navy would like o 1 ave the slugs and men to rany out all foui missions Realistically it knows that this would sti etch what it con-mdeis to be scanty lesources J- ui instance the reduction in t! e number of ships has been ! i cutest m escoit vessels foi j tiHibeTm" dutic ui J in amphibious la ulmg ciaft The administration’s Europe lust’ stialegy lias alaimed one group in the Navy Concenti ation on the Atlantic and the Mediteira noun Sea its spokesmen hold would be seen as the abandon merit of Asian friends pai-tnulaily Japan to the Soviet Union This icflects the Navy’s sbong feeling that any war with the Soviet Union in b ui ope would automatically become a Pacific war because Russia is a Pacific power too ” Current defense planning apparently envisions moving most of the Third F’leet fiom the Pacific to the Atlantic in the event of war in Europe The Atlantic Council’s report held that the earner task foi c es ot the Third Fleet would be more valuable pioteclmg sta lanes m the Pacific and In dian Oceans where theie is less land based air foice available Wuhm the sui face-ship navy ia contrast to the carrier navy and the submarine navy there are persistent calls for the building of lower-cost weapons systems such as destioyers fngates and smaller submannes capable of both guai ding the sea lanes end delivering missile attacks on Soviet ships The Atlantic Council report although it did not give a high prionty to defending sea lines of communication did foresee situations m which Soviet submarines could present a ‘ severe threat” to NATO shipping The Atlantic Council report noted that the Umted States and NATO together lacked the forces to protect all the potentially essential shipping during a protracted war ” Free Delivery ON-THE-SPOT CREDIT Open Sun 1 to 5 defeated Democrat Curt Schneider the incumbent attorney general by 61388 votes The official designation of winners confirmed results reported election night by the Associated Press In races for Congress Republican Jim Jeffries defeated Democratic incumbent Martha Keys in the 2nd distnet by 5959 votes Robert Whittaker Republican won by 23609 votes over Democrat Predicts Prices wise up soon and start enlarging their herds they’ll fnd consumers turning from beef to thicken ‘ This is a possibility” acknowledged Charles E Ball of Amarillo Texas “They’re going to have to shift to something ” But Ball said in an interview 1 uesdav producei sate continuing to liquidate their cow herds — which supply the calves that are grown for beef — and “do not have confidence m the future” despite the relatively high cattle pi ices they are now getting Meanwhile supermarket prices of beef and other meats i ontinue to climb and were a main i eason for another boost in consumer prices last month the Labor Department aporled Tuesday ’mi ifi M I H I 8 1 Holiday Shopping Hours: OPEN Mon Thru Sat Until 8:30 pm Sundays 1 to 5 for Your Shopping Convenience Until Christmas I H 1 This is 25 Parsons Plaza COHMING WARE BE SURE TO READ OUR ADVERTISEMENT IN TOMORROW’S EDITION OF THE PARSONS SUN FOR DETAILS! fr i Results Don Allegrucci in the 5th district and Democratic incumbent Dan Glickman won by 56285 votes over Republican James Litsey in the 4th district The top Republican vote getter facing major party opposition statewide was Mrs Kassebaum She received 403354 votes to 317602 for Roy James Maher Conservative Party candidate had 22497 votes and Russell Mikels Prohibition Party 5386 Insurance Commissioner Fletcher Bell Republican polled 555089 votes but was opposed only by Glen Shields Prohibition Party who tallied 86407 On the Democrat side the No 1 vote getter was State Treasurer Joan Finney who had 392739 votes to 277439 for Republican James L Ungerer Benjamin Baxter Prohibition Party had 20851 Here are the candidates and votes in other statewide and congressional races Governor-Carlin 363835 Bennett 348015 Frank Shelton American Party 17053 Barry Beets Prohibition Party 7343 Secretary of State-Jack Buer Republican 360993 Betty Paxson Democrat 292935 Sharon Scoggin Prohibition Party 24498 Attorney General-Stephan 389398 Schneider 328010 Vearl A Bacon Prohibition Party 12194 Congress 2nd district- dCPnney The First National Bank and Trust Company Member FDIC 1900 Main Parsons Listed Jeffnes 76419 Keys 70460 Congress 4th distnct-Glick-man 100139 Litsey 43854 Congress 5th distnct-Whittaker 86011 Allegrucci 62402 Jack Blackwell Prohibition Party 2353 Reps Keith Sebelius and Larry Winn both Republicans who were unopposed in the 1st and 3rd Congressional districts received 131037 and 103265 votes respectively Kay Groneman Democrat received 33840 votes for the state Board of Education in the 1st distnet without opposition George J Frey Republican defeated Enoch Jackson Democrat 40358 to 30926 in the 2nd distnet Harold H Crist Republican was a 40007 to 30990 winner over Charles W Johns Democrat in the 5th distnet John Bergner Republican defeated Will T Billingsley Democrat m the 7th distnet 38716 to 33040 and Denise C Apt Republican was a 35670-30599 winner over Democrat Kevin L Neuer in fhe 9th district Three Supreme Court justices were retained in office with these votes- Kay McFarland 432994 to 103199 Richard W Holmes 406177 to 98833 and Perry L Owsley 400353 to 99533 Court of Appeals Judges were retained with these votes Bob Abbott 409732 to 94816 Corwin C Spencer 404239 to 91-467 and Joe Haley Swinehart 384973 to 105141 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Catalog 421-3200 $jj V V

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