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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 26, 1969, Beatrice, Nebraska                                f itttflet Ball INt January target date for power district merger LINCOLN is the target date for the long twaited merger of Nebraska major power the Consumers Public Power Dis trict the Platte Valley Public Power and Irrigation Dis trict and the Nebraska Public Power System The merger would result from an agreement reached Thurs day by the boardof directors of consumers and Platte Valley WtoAt the boards did was de oide the execute agreements to finance the met ger of the two districts and the TWs avoids the costs which would be involved in refinanc ing existing bonds at curren interest Which are highe than prevailed when the bond were John Brogan of presi dent of the CPPD said he feels certain the merger now will be completed by the 31 1970 merger deadline which the districts set for themselves some months The next necessary steps wil be taken at another meeting of the two boards he said At that meeting the drafted leasepurchase agreements wil be and a petition re questing an amendment ft CPPDs charter to accommo date the leasepurchase arrange ment will be Three at Pershing in Whos Who Three Pershing College stu dents have been selected to be included in the 196970 edition of Whos Who Among Students in American Universities am They are Emil Boryca of Om aha Joseph DiSarro of West and Albert Fernback of Villa These students were selected for inclusion in this listing for thedr academic camp us and fu ture The purpose behind Whos Who is to provide a national organ for recognizing outstand ing campus The directory has appeared annually for over thirty years and includes listing of students from over 1000 colleges and uni versities over the United Newest Creation JEWELRY DIAMONDS Hamilton Vantage Bulova Caravelle WATCHES Rodebough Jewelry 107 5th Si The districts originally had tended toeffect the merger by the sale of million in revenue bondSi The sum necessary to re tire existing debts of Platte CPPD and But Brogan pointed out that interest on cur rent indebtedness runs at less than three per while money could not be borrowed now through long term bonds at an interest rate of less than seven per The cost of this higher interest could amount to approximately million for the districts and their Brogan noted The leasepurchase agreement means simply that the new power district to be created through merger will pay off ex isting debts of Platte Valley and and thereup on acquire title to the property The new district will be call ed the Nebraska Public Power Sixth generation of family living AP 11ounce boy born in Baptist Hospital Friday repre sented the sixth living genera tion of his mothers dat ing back to Identified as Baby Boy Blan ton until he is officially named the baby is the son of and Kenneth Blanton of Pensa He was born by Caesarian section but the hospital sak both the baby and his 15year oid mother were doing The baby has two Mving greatgreatgreatgrandmoth Mary and Lou both of Rose His greatgreatgrand Owen Newman and Mae are both from but all of the others in the sixgener ation chain are from The infants greatgrandmoth er is Farris and his grandmother is Lebanon FROM PAGE ONE ed kidnaped and taken to Da the Syrian It was not clear from the re xwts whether the occupation tad been carried out by regular Syrian forces or by Guerrillas in Lebanon never rave been equipped with but the Syrian government in sisted in a statement from Da mascus that its forces were not and would not be involved in any action against We shall never direct our fire against a commu nique We save our armor or the Israeli A PLO spokesman in Beiru reported that al police posts i Lebanons 15 Palestinian refu gee camps have been y security forces and taken over by guerrilla We will not allow the Leba nese to come back until Pales imtans are given equal rights with other citizens of this coun the spokesman Douglas Peden Art lecturer at Pershing convocation Tuesday Douglas Assistant Pro fessor of Art at Nebraska Wes leyan will be t h e lecturer at a convocation at John Pershing CoHege on at Peden will lecture on Experi mental Film Making and show some of his films at the convo The films are a result of a Office of Education Peden received his MFA from the University of Colorado and his pictures have won awards WHOOPING CRANES LBNCOLN AP The State Game Commission says three whooping cranes have been sighted along the Niobrara River north of The birds are migrating from nesting grounds in Canada to the Aransas Wild life Refuge in Texas for the Try adding Imitation bacon bits to the seasoning in your potato at the Tenth Midwest the National Small Painting Ex the Nebraska Centennial and many Besides his painting and film Peden is a pub lished poet and has written sev eral piano pieces in a string The Tuesday lecture will be held in Lincoln Room The public is City Council in Monday session The Beatrice City Council will meet Monday at in the Council Chambers in the City Items on the agenda will in clude discussion regarding the Beatrice Building the purchase of parking and reports from City Attorney Earl Ahlschwede regarding the re codification of tie Beatrice Mu nicipal Code and an ordinance concerning the mobile home district Deaths MeNctir Goldie 4617 Eden Ci r c 1 died Thursday at her McNaif was born in and came to fie atrice 20 years She had lived in Lincoln the past seven She was a member of the Second Church of Christ Scientist and the She was a member of a pioneer family that crossed the Plains in a covered wagon from Mor in Surviving her are a daugh Florence Kitch of Lin coln a Professor Arthur Golden three nieces and neph Funeral services will be held at Monday at Roper and Sons at 4300 0 Lin Committal service a 3 at Evergreen Home Ceme tety in Roper and in charge of Johnson Karen Kaye one year old daughter of and Mrs Galen of 815 4th passed away in a Omaha Hospital on She was born 1967 in and was a member of Paul Lutheran Besides her parents she is survived by one sister Beth Ann of the and Martin Frerking of and and Frank Johnson of Crab Orchard Great Ek kie Paben of and Ernst Stolte of Funeral arrangements are pending at the FoxDeBuhr Fu neral Paben Fannie 76 of passed away in a Beatrice Hospital on Friday She was born March 1893 in and lived on a farm 7 miles north east of Beatrice for the past 40 She was a member of Emmanuel Luth eran Church of rural and a member of the Ladies Aid of the Survivors include three Henry Paben of and Ekkie Paben and Martin Paben both of Beatrice two John Anna Dora and Herman Marie Dorn both of Filley 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren two Anna Schuster of and Mimke Anton of two and Henry Jurgens both of Her Actress hit in head filming a scene HOLLYWOOD At A floating log hit Rosalind Russell 1ft the head but the mishap the 56yeafold actress away from the scene she was filming fof only an Spokesmen for United Artists Studio said Miss swim ming in an eightfoot deep tank was hit by a sixfoot long log that flipped partly out of thewater after she pushed away from After she returned to the set of The Unexpected Thomas Nast originated use of the elephant as a symbol of the Republican party In a cartoon publishel NOW CAPITAL FOOTNOTE Aanociulod The Senate Commerce Com mittees hearings on the nomi nations of Dean forme Republican national chairman and Robert a Kansas broadcast station fo seats on the Federal Communi cations Commission will reopen next WHEN YOU NEED A TO SHOW YOUR FEELINGS and Refrigerator with New CONVERTIBLE Features You Expect on Far Costlier Units CONVERTIBLE AddOn Ice Maker EiciinlM to Hiker en DM or nvttae yog to be let Inton lot CONVERTIBLE Temperatures Two AutomiUc Cold Controls lit you change temper atures In ho refrigerator or freezer without affecting ttiurl CONVERTIBLE IEFRICEMTOI WITHIN A REFHI6EMTOR JUST FOR FKW KAH A M MM control illoM itor HI CMdltfOM M MKll M kmr Ml nfrmtiM Big 110 Almost twice 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one Mae Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 from the Za jicek Funeral Home at Burial will be in the Bohemian Cemetery west of The Paul Quackenbush will officiate at Zajicek Funeral Wil1 in charge of 4Hers cited at Jefferson Fun Night FAIRBURY Approximately 300 people turned out for Jef ferson Countys 4H Fun Night held Thursday at the 4H and Community Building in Fair Awards were the highlight of the evening with 42 4H mem bers receiving awards for the years Kathy Fairbury received a registra tion to Leadership and Conser vation Camp in the Junior Lead er Field and Donovan received a registration to Leadership and Conservation Camp for his work in Judene Dunn tops at Talent Find Judene of was the winner of the Upper Junior Division of the Farm Bureau Talent held at the an nual Gage County Farm Bu reau Tuesday evening at the Beatrice Legion Judene is the daughter of and Marvin Becky daughter of and Edgar Wiebe of Be atrice was named Ju dene sang a vocal solo and Becky presented a piano num Rebeka daughter of and Franklins pilker was winner in the Lower Jun ior Group with a piano Mary Jane a sister of Judetie wag named sBie also sang a vocal Judene and Rebeka will rep resent Gage County at the State November at the Lincoln in Outstanding Club awards were presented by the Fairbury Jay cees to the Oregon Trail Star Dillef ifi the Hdne Eco nomics Mildred Ste phens is the leader of this The Happyrock Club from Glad stone was named outstanding agricultural and Wayne Glenn are the Lea leader of the Cloverleaf Club accepted plaque naming his club the champion dairy club of Nebras John associate state 4H introduced and William Wrigley of Oilier and Efrain Dominican Efrain is a guest in the Wrigley home under the In ternational Farm Youth Ex change Efrain spoke briefly on his work as a 5D agent which compares to the 4H program In Neil the Jefferson County 4H was master of ceremonies for the Nancy Fair 4H Queen opened the pro STERILIZATION CASE LINCOLN attorney says action by the state legisla ture will probably keep a Ne braska sterilization case from going to the Supreme Vincent Dowding of Grand said the legislatures re peal of the sterilization law ef fective 21 will end legal maneuvers on behalf of Gloria Cavitt of Cozad who is in the Beatrice State Dowd ing said he will ask for her re lease in gram by leading the 4h Pledge and the flag Gary vice president of the 4H Council welcomed the guests to this an nual The committee In Charge of food was Dale Fairbury and Marian Bur Plymouth in cooperation with the Fairbury Jaycees CAPITAL QUOTE Associated ftens My conscience is absolutely Speaker John denying he knew about or aided any influ ence peddling through his Sun Want Ads Bring Results a design revolution foryou Zeniths new Super Extended Range n hearing aid ZENITH The Eloquent Symbol The Protecting Hand on con tracts of Life and Health in surance promises pledges speaks of sound protection at reasonable Call me Crone Weston Agency Office 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