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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 30, 1967, Beatrice, Nebraska                                Temperatures Hlph low today low year ago MM Precipitation Precipitation this month Precipitation this year BEATRICE DAILY SUN II You Didnt See It In The Sun It Didnt Happen Weather Clear to partly cloudy through low tonight mid 20s to around 30 generally a little warmer high mostly In the 66th Year M MONDAY OCTOBER ZIP CODE 68310 lOc PER COPY Disappointed suitor shoots young takes own life Groom also shot when girl abducted Ohio disappointed suitor shot himself to death today after wounding a young bride he held captive at gunpoint over the weekend in his thirdfloor suburban police Robert was dead on arrival at Doctors a bullet wound in his Lida was wounded in the chest and taken to surgery where doctors reported her in reasonably good condi University Heights Police Chris Schoupt said Batchs Martha Smith of Johns talked to the boy from his kitchen and told him she loved him and would pro Signs of the times are evident al across the area as really brisk autumn weather has caused trees to droo their leaves in great Here at 1711 East in at the Schmierer two ears parked overnight were decked in leaves from the large mulberry Ac Lefs go all at once cording to the tree always sheds its leaves suddenly one day following a cold The leaf carpet also covered the sidewalk and lawn with ankle deep Sun Photo tect Rushed In We heard two shots and we rushed Schoupt said Cleveland detective Patrick Garrity said when he entered the the girl was still although jn Aprij 1966 when a girl he had dated said she would not marry Garrity said Batch was lying the newlyweds apartment Sat urday The Caldwells were married wounded in ttie was taken to Vincent Charity Hospital from the couples East Side He was report ed in fair Police said he ictentifed Batch as the per son who shot him Batchs Martha of said her son tried to kill himself Halloween skitfatal VAN AP Gaily costumed guests at a Hal loween party watched and laughed as a man burst into the midst of the throng early Sun day followed by a man with a They thought the shooting was all a clever Then they found the man was Police said Kenneth Land strand lay on the floor of the luxurious apartment for several minutes until one of the 30 guests noticed blood coming from his Like A One guest said later It looked to everyone like a When the man fell down and was moving and mumbling on the floor we all this guy is really putting it He said a sales appeared at the private party in this Los Angeles suburb about 1 not hi He danced with a few of the then A few minutes later he ran back into the followed by a stocky man carrying a It looked like a said an other Bruce I saw the There were two One struck Lindstrand in the the other hit a The guests watched and laughed as Lindstrand writhed on the floor for several minutes while his assailant virtual ly according to a woman guest who would not identify She A girl sitting next to me I see blood coming out of his I told Mt must be a cap sule he has Man Is Dead But she went up to him and it was A guy went up and tried his pulse and He has no This man is Canes wife Gale said that as the guests waited for police there was just shock and Everyone walked around In a It was late and wed all been drinking and it was hard to grasp what Lindstraiid lived in an apart ment house across the street from the one where he Detectives questioned all the but said they had no clue to the identity of the Air is drying out over Nebraska A high pressure area center ed over Utah with a ridge ex tending into Nebraska was dry ing out the air Monday and promised a slight warrnhig over Nehiasitk following a wet week end which posed threats of heavy snow for a The Weather Bureau said fair skies were in prospect for Falls City had the state high of 59 on Sunday aiul Alliance the apparent low of 16 early Precipitation was relatively tight and the delay to the har vest was expected to be little more than a day as a couiuy agents and elevator op erators central Nebraska re Fever Pope resting for surgery Denney takes role of hawk VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul VIs doctors announced to day that after a relapse over the his fever is going down and he his begun a period of rest to build him up for the operation to correct his prostate The announcement by the Vatican press office said the date of the operation has not been The relapse touched off speculation that the surgery nwght be Restless Night Exhausted by one of the most Success is assured for Gage Variety Success is assured for Gage with the attainment of the membership accord ing to Charles President and General Chair man of Gage Nearly persons will be attending the four programs offered by Gage Variety this In the campaign which closed Saturday the following memberships were subscribed 80 of two seats each 5 two seats each 36 family 300 and 40 Were very pleased with the success of the Dr Clauser and grateful to the 175 workers and cap tains who attained the Were now making plans for the first Duo di Hei a husband and wife piano who will make their premier appearance in Ameri ca here in Beatrice on A reception is planned for the performers and Gage Va riety members following the strenuous months of his 52month the 70yearold pontiff passed a restless night with a rising temperature Sat urday the Vatican The new episode of fever does not cause it said but the Pope canceled plans to appear Sunday at the canonization of a saint and cere monies concluding the first meeting of his world Synod of The relapse put in question how soon he will be strong enough to undergo the operation that had been expected next It was the Popes second re laipse since he fell ill with an acute inflammation of the uri nary system Doctors said the ailment was caused by an enlarged Neither the condition nor the operation to correct it are usual ly regarded as serious un the condition can cause chronic discomfort and Under Control Doctors brought the inflam mation under control with rest and antibiotic injections in Sep This enabled the Pope to put off the operation until aft er a month which included the the first world congress of Catholic laymen in 10 years and a threeday meeting with Orthodox Patriarch Athenago Athenagoras left When the synod ended the Giovanni Be nelli read the Popes farewell speech to the bishops who had gathered to advise him on af fairs of the Four prelates acted for the Pope at the canonization of Brother Benilde of a 19th century teacher in the Christian Brothers Congressman Robert called for mining or blockading the hadphong harbor and continued bombing of North when he spoke at a Republican fundraising dinner here Saturday He also said the should cut off aid to countries that are not sending troops to help us in and those are trading with North Vietnam and Two hundred fiftytwo at were sold to t h e Congressional Re p o r t din ner at one un a series of five Republi can fund raising dinners being held in the Fir st Congressional Not all of the tickets were but 223 did crowd into Steeptehouse for the dinner and It was sponsored by the Gage County Republican There were good delegations present also from Jefferson and Thayer Walt Braun was general chair man of the and Jesse Woodward acted as mas of Wide Range In his Denney cov ered a wide range of He said the ricerich Mekong Delta of South Vietnam is cap able of feeding twothirds of As That is why North Vietnam is fighting for We can never defeat the Viet Cong in the jun but must cut off supplies to the Communist When they get hundry then they will sit down at the peace Denney denied voting for a Congressional pay T h e bill I voted for was on a postal pay They tacked onto it a bill for the president to ap point a commission to examine Continued on Page 4 on the the gun in his hand Both Batch and Caldwell were carried from the home on stretchers Police said Batch had refused to talk to his Go away and leave us Caldwell said from ai the bedroom before the shoot Batch had held the woman captive at gunpoint since Satur day Smith had flown to Cfeveland from her home in to try to rea son with her She arrived less than an hour before the Batch had warned he would shoot Caldwell and himself if anyone he used the woman as a shield and drove police into a stairway with a volley of No one was He came out said Irving mayor of University We cant get at Konigsberg said police were in the suburban University Heights apartment trying to talk Batch into freeing the girl when he came out of the bed room with a pistol pointed at her He keeps the gun pointed right at said who was forced with about 12 policemen out of Batchs kitch en into a While Batch was holding their a browneyed girl with long auburn and Herbert Pendergraft remained at their home on the East Side of the several miles from the an unemployed shipping said police had told him to stay away from the Batch apartment lest he anger The girls father said he once had a fight with whom he described as a heavyset Groom Shot Police said Robert took Lida to his apartment after shooting her husband who is in He said to If you dont want to marry I dont even want to Mrs Smith He felt there was no reason to go on She said Batch then stabbed himself in the chest and under went psychiatric care for sever PRANKSTERS WARNED OF CONSEQUENCES The Beatrice Police De partment sincerely hopes the kids of the city have an enjoyable evening Tues day of tricking or treat at the same Donad Luckeroth warns pranksters and vandals that authorities will be out in full force to prevent the usual outbreak of property dam It is hoped residents will turn on porch lights and have treats for the young er Luckeroth stat He persons driv ing about the residential ar eas are coutioned to drive with care since a record number of boys and girls will be Chief Hesser states that all offduty policemen will be pressed into Well use police cruisers as well as numerous un marked and walkie adds Chief Unmanned spacecrafts are joined in orbit MOSCOW Soviet unmanned satellites joined together in space today in a rehearsal for mak ing space platforms above the They spent 3y2 hours in orbit together and then The first for Soviet scientists with what they called automatic docking of two Suptniks came almost two years after the United States joined two manned space craft in The unmanned Soviet venture appeared to be a test for putting cosmonauts into craft that would link up in The two Cosmos 186 launched Friday and Cosmos 188 launched today on an orbital course close to maneu vered and nouncement then separat ed on order from It termed the operation an automatic docking and said it had occurred at Moscow The operation was an obvi ous preparaton for what the Soviet space program has long been expected to do next in manned ventures join together They fulfilled their program craft jn orDit to fonn space plat of scientific an When Soyuz 1 went up last reports in Moscow said it was supposed to be joined by another But something apparently went wrong before the final crash that killed cos The announcement said the monaut Vladimir M two satellites were coupled rigThe docking operation was idly and were continuing the proved the an orbital flight with all systems nouncement It sad and equipment functioning norcomputers helped to bring the two devices The United States has carried They sent television pictures back 4o the ment said It added that the docking meant large orbital stations can be constructed as the base for reaching other A space station would have the advantage for starting a major space trip of being side the earths A rock could be assembled on it and then get more value from thrust than a rocket which has first to blast loose from the earths powerful out successfully a docking by manned satellite asks to join15 By an overwhelming major the Pickrell School District 144 has asked to be merged with the Beatrice School Dis trict County School Superinte Busily baking cookies and ether goodies to send overseas are these young members of tht Military Wives Nancy ione Mary and Judy Hie The club is ipentering a Christmas project of sanding packages of food to all area serviceman and would like to know the address of all area service per Shown in the photographs from left are Nancys husband Gary stationed in Mary Janes hus Bill stationed In and Judys husband Bab alto in Viet Sun Photo Sending holiday joy First trees to area servicemen are ordered Downtown Odell windows broken ODELL The Sheriffs of The Military Wives Club is once again sending packages of food to the servicemen over If you have a or brother anywhere over seas during the holiday the club would appreciate if you would send or call names and addresses to Judy 1028 phone 2282756 they should be brought to the home of Kathy 1918 Elk by Pickup service will be pro if by calling 2282756 or From the response the club received from the 66 service men last we know the Dempster has given a 400 gallon steel watering tank to Pershing Col It will be used to water Lyle Hunkins received a pe tition this morning with signa tures from 83 per cent of the voters requesting the Signing the petition were 271 voters out of School District which be gins about four miles north of has a current valua tion of and M school levy of mills Present enrollment coneirti of 90 pupils in grades Kinder garten through Eighth and 45 in the High School grades with 43 of these now attending rice High The petition will now go to the Gage County School Reor ganization Committee for their Tornado smashes Gulfport two dead AP A the trees to be planted by the vicious tornado struck the Mis Tree the Campus sdsslppi Gutf Coast area The day that 88 trees have fice reports that windows were Nancy Borzekofski 1215 broken and other acts of vanPhone or Mary Schltr as many boys Ihls year dalism were committed in Odell sometime after 1 Sunday Broken by possibly a pellet gun was a front plate glass window at the Post Odeli Tavern and CaHans Hard Acts of vandalism were also committed at the Fire Station and Mikes Service phone The club extends an invita tion to everyone to join them rn sharing with the buys over Mailing becomes a great and any donations you would like to give towards this should be sent to the Military Wives Beatrice National been packages are deeply appreciatcontributed so and that They hope to reach twice promised checks are on t h e way which should b r in g the committee reported tosmashing a a restaurant total to approximately and many homes into At least two persons died and an estimated 200 suffered in A tornado touched down ot Israeli aircraft dropped from skies Orders have been placed with Gulfport and ran roughly along two and the first plantings are to be made next The campaign will con until the 250 tree and shrub landscaping plan is Leonard said the committee the bv The lay which irewMes Chrittmat teyi ta needy U only one the wrvlCM your letal Salvation Major Floyd recently U hewn at the Toy during the Iteo Mote The multifaceted social wel fare ministry of the Salvation Army aims at helping and in tegrating the total his mental and social Whether it be making a dis charged prisoners return to his family easing family tensions of a predelin counseling the alchohol caring for the or providing comfort for the ag each tusk is approached With Heart to God and Hand to Spiritual and material alxl is ta of Syria An army spokesman announced an Israeli jet fighter was shot down today in the first aerial Bank If vou won M like to hrn clash between Syria and Israel hopes that as many as possi doivitin baked since the June Middle East ble may be planted before Per shing Colleges Founders Day Recent additional donors in clude Seedless ash Beatrice Busi ness and Professional Women Loren Flowering crab Denise Kethleen Hickory Clayton Cutleaf birch Leo Weeping willow family memorial COMMUNITY CHEST AGENCY Heart to Hand to man and other Mobile canteens and Salva including the the the sick and the home tion Army Red Shield units are less and presently aiding armed forces and in many areas hen Other social service institu tions include childrens homes and homes for un wed mens social v ice and summer camps for needy mothers and chil as well as for charac terbuilding At Christmas the Army brings nourishing Christmas ami spiritual comfort to Throughout the t h e Army helps needy families with groceries and other Since it was founded in the Salvation Army has sought out the less fortunate to alle viate their physical needs and lend spiritual Out of this concern for the whole man has grown the complex of services operated by the Salvation Support these services through owe Uuui i million your Cowniuuuy The Ellis to the late Judge Jack and Otto Spruce Radio and Equipment Pyramidal linden Joe Pin oak and Mis McCteery the said the Mississippi Civil Defense in a dispatch from the stricken Two hun dred injured and two people The storm struck shortly be fore 8 as violent weather broke out all along the Missis sippi shortline of the Gulf of a tourists Another tornado was reported at Point a la 80 miles Units of the Mississippi way Patrol at Gulfport report ed to the Weather Bureau in Some peo ple still Colleen ging The tornado hit the West Pier of the State Port of it according to police radio dispatcher The blow toppled 17 of M trailer trucks waiting to toad injuring three at word wen received by the police ment that in the neighboring and sort town of Mississippi too tornado had flattened the Fair motel wad trailer court which Av and   

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