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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures High Low saturday 64-49 High Low year ago 78-54 precipitation this month 2.07 precipitation this year 2.53 precis. To Date last year 4.24 Beatrice daily Sun weather fair and warmer sunday highs in Middle to upper 60s. A if Yon did no to see it to the Sun it dido happen 65th year no. 240beatrice, Nebraska sunday april 21, 1968 zip code 68310 10c per copy killer Tornado devastates Small Arkansas Community John Bergen seated Crete music instructor caught some Friendly competitors spying at the District music contest Friday. They Are from left to right Betty Knight Lincoln Pius a Christ Aksamit Beatrice Kevin Mayes Beatrice and Jim Engels Fairbury. The two girls on the right Mariann Voboda and Marcia Miller both from Crete Are Bergans body guards. Sun photo Beatrice Fairbury rate High in District music Competition by Robert Shaw it Greenwood Ark. Apr a Tornado that devastated this Western Arkansas town Friday killed at least 13 persons police said saturday As the search for additional victims resumed. More than 270 persons were treated for injuries either at hospitals in nearby fort Smith or in an Emer gency medical Center established in the Library Here state police said. The Tornado swooped out of a Spring thunderstorm at 3 23 . Friday and slammed into the business District leveling about half of the buildings on the town Square and heavily damaging most of the others. A a search of the rubble re to hospitals in fort Smith 18 sued at Dawn and workers Miles North feared that More dead and in Bill Kennedy a Forth Smith Jared would be found. Times record newsman who the area was guarded flew Over Greenwood two hours through the night by about 30 after the storm struck said the Marine reservists from Texar path of destruction was about Kana shifted from weekend 200 feet wide and half a mile training at nearby it. Chaffee Long. And some air Force reservists. The storm brushed through a residential area in Southwest Greenwood before it slammed into the business District and then moved on to the Northeast. Most of the dead were found in the first area hit. Communications were knocked out and traffic jams developed on highways leading out of Greenwood hampering Rescue efforts. The rampaging twister was spawned by a Squall line that dumped rain on Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas late Friday. Supply targets undergo pounding every building in the main building area which is built on a Square was damaged. Ambulances from several cities in the area converged on Greenwood to carry the injured Pershing a festival 3-Day affair mrs. Edward f. Ryan Nat l Pat official is Keynoter Friday was a wet exciting Day for 600 High school of musicians As the Weatherman added to the confusion of the District i class a music contest held at Beatrice Junior and senior High schools and the Beatrice City auditorium. Vocal and instrumental performers from Beatrice mrs. Edward f. Ryan chairman of the committee on legislation for the National con 1. _ Cress of parents and teachers the . Weather Bur Ausa Tju Dejover Tje keynote address wednesday at to am. When Nebraska Pat delegates con tomatoes also struck near area residents will have an Waveland Booneville Darda Opportunity to see and hear a Nee Anco Clarksville All towns. Nationally known music group North and East of Greenwood a when it arrears in Beatrice this. I a a mrs. Ryan of Manchester when ii appears in Dean ice butt a by deaths and injuries of no chant week As the main attraction of report pm were at Greenwood mass has served president the second annual Pershing col in j to _ of her state Pat and As re a a. Etc festival j no est mate 0, Tatj p<�1 Vic president of the a Beatrices water Well prob Sider changes in the sick leave Lee a it. Damage was available but Theja Jona she is a far. Beatrice water Wells up for discussion at Council meet Crete Fairbury Seward York and Lincoln Pius x Lem will be discussed for the provisions for policemen and a Jay and the americans weather Bureau said the twister a Quot a of Prama. Struggled through masses of wet hair and instruments third consecutive City Council firemen and in the ordinance win present a concert at 3 . Was the most destructive Arkan. D. New chairman of looking for the Junior High school auditorium or room session at the regular meeting regarding dutch Elm disease saturday april 27 in the mum Sas has seen since 1952 when a a a w1,h the a. A a a a. O ,0 be held monday april 22. Other matters to be discuss cd pal auditorium and Accord March s,0rm levelled Judsonia a it a a education association 145 in the High school. The calmest persons at the a Jet Good. Bass Horn Solo we beginning at 7 30 . In the de by the Council Are recon in8 t0 Charles Landreth pen in Central Arkansas killing ii and the special committee on incest were judges Brenda hts Fairbury Superior. Cornet Council Chambers. Emendations from the Board of chairman of the festival. ,. Organizational study she is a i p on4 Tyr o re Ftp a i Nikita. A. M a at of tuft i Ltd or f to it a limn a a a Fuai i m d,.wi a Itz. _1__ a 4a_ _ Fez a q stir will coeds ready contest a a a a a maa Vii j via a Awa we a air v a a Vasa Mav Al a u i Vav i bums and or. Charles Wilhite quartet Beatrice excellent. At the last meeting the coun Public works concerning the appearance will be Quality of Midland College Martin my Horn quartet Beatrice Superior cil voted six to one dismantle Purchase of an Aerial Boom and entertainment for the whole Mahon. University of Nebraska trumpet Solo Engles and John the Wells on the Rock Island a tractor the liquor License family. Jack Malik and Kermit Peters son both of Fairbury Superior right of Way near Hoag the sub application of Judith k. Wil a Jay and the americans or of the University of Omaha boys quartet Fairbury expect of a series of Law suits hams for an on and off Sale Fri rated in new York City Back and or. Tex Oldham of the Cellenti. Boys oct Ette Beatrice and use the City a farm North Beer License at 212 court and in 1958,�?� Landreth says a and grand Island Public schools. Superior. Boys Low voice Wil West of Beatrice for any fun zoning change applications of now Are based in Chicago. Their although the performances hts Fairbury excellent. Boys Ture Waer needs. Lucille Pethoud and William hit records include a Cara Mia were free the size of the Audi medium voice Broadbooks be however the Board of pub and Grace Johnsen. Fences in the City auditorium Atrice Superior King Fairbury lie works will present further a and Junior High auditorium for excellent. Recommendations regarding the. The evening band orchestra and girls medium voice Totch water Well problem monday mole soaking Lam Large vocal ensemble Compert Beatrice and Ruhnke fair night. Cicio is Nebraska Lions was disappointing. Bury both excellent. Final consideration of the or Beatrices Large groups All girls Trio. Beatrice Good finance to allow free parking a a riot a pro received a superiors a the High girls sex Tette Beatrice a n d on thursday nights is also on More soaking rain fell est rating. They included mix Fairbury both excellent. Monday nights Agenda. At the muh a Nebraska Friday night de chorus girls glee club band girls triple Trio Beatrice and last regular meeting the coun with. Ail but Panhandle Points Fairbury both Superior. A Only in american and other favourites. A the group is comparable in fashion show for festival member of special committees pm the legislation program and nominations for National officers. In other activities mrs. Ryan is chairman of the Massachusetts educational conference Board. She is also the Massachusetts representative to ing. The Council inches at York will also con other places with More than and orchestra. Clarinet Solo Siefford fair Bury excellent. Clarinet quartet Fairbury Superior Beatrice excellent. Bassoon Solo Scher Barth Fairbury Superior. String Quartetti Beatrice excellent. String Trio Beatrice Superior. Flute Solo Holloway Fairbury Superior. Chicago apr a weary snare drum Solo Elgert fair team of Amateur explorers was Vietnam policies Bury Superior Gamey beat on top of the world today the Rice excellent. Drum Trio first men to reach the North Philadelphia a Fairbury Superior. Pole by surface travel since sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy said of precipitation. Stage band Beatrice Excel 1909. Saturday it is a fall important the weather Bureau said Pas Lent. Alto saxophone Solo. End a we re All very tired and very that we continue to discuss the Sage of the storm Center to the gels Fairbury excellent. Saco Happy a said the Leader of the Case against president Johnson a Northeast would allow Cool dry expedition reaches pole the National committee for sup Pershing College coeds Are port of the Public schools and sound and repertoire to a the Busy with preparations for t h e serves on the executive Board letter men and the a four Spring fashion show on sunday of the Massachusetts Council freshmen and Appeal to both afternoon april 28, final for Public schools Young and older listeners a Day of the College Spring fes wednesday afternoon mrs. Up Landreth said. Rival. Ryan will moderate a panel tickets on Sale it will be in Lincoln Center discussion on sex education and it a. 6. Apr Oivino Mic Taro tickets Are $2 and $3 and Are room i beginning at 3 p. In. Thursday evening she will inert directed that Bond attorney 8 moisture. Available at Evans and Whit tickets Are on Sale at $1 for stall new officers of the be Warren Johnson give an Opin heaviest amounts were in the combos Quot record shops. Adults and 75 cents for Chil Braska Congress of parents and Ion on the consequences of the Jast Central part of the state. Another feature of the three Dren. Teachers. Ordinance. A letter from John the largest amount reported to a festival is the raft and in the Spring festival begins the a son will be read at the meet the weather Bureau was 2.60 Ner tube race Down the Blue coming monday and continues River at 12 noon on saturday through the following sunday. A time to discuss april 27. The race is open to for the fashion show 18 coeds two inches included Sutton Public it and challenges Are will Model swim suits Slacks Worms Phillips Henderson Welcome Landreth said before and shorts outfits skirt and _ Benedict Mccool Junction race adj big Blouse coordinates Semi form Beth ii bestowed her a award Lushton. Western Waco and Al Para be which begins at to of a a and a wedding gown. Mrs. For Industry today to a British Ion. Lany reporting Points Cocja saturday morning with Larona Maxwell will be the a Jim company which specializes measured More than one Inch amp k j k Industry award to big Dollar Winner London apr Queen Eliz by Robert d. Ohman Saigon apr us. Warplanes set a 1968 record for the second straight Day Friday As they flew 160 missions to blast Supply targets in North Vietnam s Southern Panhandle. American fliers had set a record for the year thursday when they flew 145 missions the largest number in nearly four months. The air Force. Navy and Marine pilots on fridays raids said they encountered Light ground fire and evaded several antiaircraft missiles fired at them in the coastal area Between Vinh and Dong hoi. Supply targets they hit Bridges roads trucks and Supply Points in the area left open to them under president Johnson a bombing curtailment order designed to draw Hanoi into peace talks. The Northeast Monsoon Over North Vietnam is almost Over and with the rapidly improving weather the number of american air strikes is expected to increase unless the president orders further curtailment. Although fridays 160 missions set a record for 1968, the number is Well below the All time Vietnam War record of 209 set last aug. 19 before the Monsoon season began. The . Command said the deepest penetration Friday was about 168 Miles above the demilitarized zone against a Railroad Spur near Vinh. This was below the 19th parallel a Boundary . Planes have been observing even though Johnson a Public statements gave the Northern limit As the 20th parallel. No american planes were reported shot Down but in a weekly report the . Command said 1,070 american warplanes had been lost in combat As of tuesday Over North Vietnam and 247 in the South. Another 1,002 planes have been an. Bounced lost in accidents not involving direct enemy action. The command also announced that 643 helicopters have been shot Down All but nine in South Vietnam and another 920 choppers have been lost to no hostile causes. In ground fighting some of the 100,000 Allied troops in operation Complete Victory Thoj biggest Allied Campaign of the War reported three clashes Friday near Saigon. They said 58 Viet Cong were killed while . Losses were five killed and 28 wounded. Along the Northern Frontier North vietnamese troops struck at the newly reopened Overland Supply Road to Khe Sanh Friday ambushing a . Marine truck Convoy while pinning Down leathernecks on a Road Clearing operation nearby. An estimated 135 enemy troops hiding along Highway 9 about eight Miles Northeast of the Khe Sanh combat base opened fire simultaneously on the slow moving 12-truck Convoy and the Toad cd earing patrol about 200 Yards away. The . Command said the patrol called in artillery and air strikes and tried to encircle the attackers but when the eight hour fight ended at dusk the enemy had faded away dragging their dead and wounded with them. Four marines were killed and 20 wounded spokesmen said and the Convoy suffered moderate damage. Highway 9, closed since november. Was opened in the allies operation Pegasus which broke the 77-Day North vietnamese siege of Khe Sanh two weeks ago. During the siege the marines at the Northwest Frontier outpost had to be supplied by air. Id gradual pull out a by Start of 1969 Saigon apr defense minister Nguyen Van by said today general mobilization of South Vietnam a manpower would allow die allies to begin a gradual troop withdrawal by the Start of 1969. By said such a general mobilization would have to be much More far reaching than the one now proposed. Earlier this month presided Nguyen Van Thieu said that if the United states requests a withdrawal of its troops a we can agree to a gradual withdrawal beginning by the end of 1968.�?� since that time Thieu has asked the legislature for the Power to Call Genera mobilization. The government has launched a program to set up local self defense units around the country. Thieu also has announced an increase of 135.000 in arrived forces strength apart from any mobilization move. By spoke earlier this week of the need to increase armed forces strength by 268,000 men. Floats and bands parading a in horror movies featuring through downtown Beatrice. For the a a wedding the a Par Frankenstein Dracula and the bes Des the carnival Booths a Wilf a mrs like. Contests and other activities Hittle Hoover res movies like a blood of the Tidence Counselor and Robert phone quartet Fairbury us six Man expedition Ralph policies in Vietnam in the Cam Pacific air to move into the be throughout the three Day event Sprenger Timmy Siren vampires and the plaque of Perior. Brass sex Tette Fairbury Plaisted via radio connection Page in for the White House. Braska area. There will be at saturday afer a a _ us the zombies have earned Superior. Flute Trio Fairbury with the associated press. Mccarthy rejected the Superior. The team undaunted after suggestion of Republican presi trombone Trio Fairbury us their unsuccessful attempt last Montial candidate Richard m. Lac finite killed noon a Flea Market rummage w , big bearer and about j12 inon in foreign cur Saie plus a food Sale both Spon i jul Flo or girl Rency for Hammer film product. A Art of the women on the Cam a a Perior. Trombone quartet beat year reached the pole Friday at Nixon that there should be a a Qew Furj Wrork 4 . Est after a 44-Day, 474 moratorium on political a us we i Chi. Annual sorted by the faculty wives in room i of Lincoln Center. Tons Over the past three years. A a in a shocked but delighted of course a said Hammer chair pus Are involved in the show in some Way. Committees include on sunday at 3 . A fashion make up tickets publicity ush r. -. Seward apr a 45-year-old show featuring styles worn by ering and scenery and set de. Man col. Jim Carreras when Ancoin Man. Donald r. My the women of Hoover Hall and so a told of the Royal award. _ cancer crusade this is the week for the annual cancer crusade. All Gage county cancer unit volunteers Are to report at 2 . Monday in the downstairs dining room of St. John lutheran Church 6th and Washington to pick up their cancer crusade packets. A film a woman in question a will be shown and Coffee and doughnuts will be served at that meeting. The Gage county cancer crusade Wil begin Quot on tuesday. In Beatrice volunteers wiil be making House to House Calls from 5 to 7 p. In. At each Home they will leave educational material on cancer. If any Home is missed or residents Are not at Home these people May mail or bring their contributions to the first National Bank or Contact Neale Kelley or mrs. John Bauer. In other areas of the county cancer crusade workers will begin their work on tuesday but Are not expected to Complete their Calls in one Day. Mile trek across the Polar ices on a War a there Are no Cap. Negotiations going on my Lincoln Plaisted a St. Paul minn., Carthy said. Kean it was killed Friday night moderated by mrs. H. Q. Max garments Are being provided. Ine. Of que a. 1, Al 11 insurance Man said the North t the Democrat from Mineso when the car he was driving a Wel a wil1 be presented in room by Mosimann a Montgomery ,. For Indus m 1966 As pole looked no different from a 1s binding up his Campaign patently went out of control i. Lincoln Center. Ward . Penney the emptor the massive ice Cap the team for the Pennsylvania presided on the Quot Seward interchange on the festival concludes Sun cum it Quot a. M. Mcconald Millers Salute to the nations big Dollar earners. Travelled Over by gasoline pow ered vehicles to get there. A a it a strictly a geographic location a he said a and its cold too. The temperature is 23 de tial primary. Thant to Paris interstate 80, South of Seward. Day my april 28, with a Bon women swear Mode of Day Mckean a car crossed a Vedi re awards and Gigantic fire three Sisters Schmitts cloth let s not forgot an it crashed through a set of works display. Eng an j glad rags. The Flower i to q c guard rails and plunged into a Kite flying shop and Earl May seed and . Ruled to Ravine. The Spring festival officially Nursery store Are providing Flo Mckean was thrown from the begins with a preliminary event ral decorations. New York apr u. N. I Avine. Ills so my in Suva inti airy Nursery Tigre Are Prev icing no philae i phia a Grees below we re camped on Secretary general u Thant Mckean was thrown from the begins with a preliminary event ral decorations. Vars �.0v / m lir her it a Large Block of boarded a jetliner at Kennedy Auto. He Nad been along in his a Kite flying contest also open those who wish additional in ski or of the rammed the party planned to spend at Airport saturday for Paris in car at the time of the Accident to the Public beginning at noon formation on the show May cart am Iran inv Chin in Hin Fth least a Day at the pole to allow a route to Tehran but he had no the death raised the states monday april 22, and continue Ruth Ann Schulze general d ,. / p. A it . Air Force weather recon comment on prospects of select Highway fatality total for the ing through april 28, with Pizz chairman 228-9861. For tickets 1 Naissance plane to confirm their my a site for the Vietnam peace year to 113, the same As last is far the longest flying Kite and you May Contact Marilyn mor position and take pictures. Talks. Years total on the same Date special entries. Ton 228-9815. A spokesman for the Selz or a animation a Chicago Public relations firm which acted As Contact for the expedition said four members of the six Man party a lets not forget our Zens mrs. Bucher appearing on the nationally televised Mike Douglas show taped Here held up a sign a remember the pueblo.�?�. Washington apr pres the effects of a Orre half per a font on the re discount move and the Mills again in an Arkansas although she is prepared for overed the final to Miles to the sure is building on Congress to raise to 5\ 2 per cent in the re statements of Martin and oth speech insisted on holding the the worst mrs. Bucher said she break a logjam and enact presi discount rate were spreading ers. Line against increased outlays. Has Faith that the men will re dint Johnson a proposed income Over the country in the form of the interest hike was general congressional sources said turn safely. Tax hike amid some signs it in Cream Ted interest costs for by attributed by the Federal re the immediate difficulty is on Bank Loans. Pressure building for income tax hike pole. A a it a a Little overwhelming a Plaisted remarked. A was soon As we got Here we bowed our May be moving although not Heads. Wed made it. The North so fast As the administration pole we Shook each other s would like hands and two other members of the expedition were prevented from from rejoining the surface party when the support plane was grounded by bad weather. Ank Loans. Serve Board to inaction on the the spending Side with the a we i jul the Stock Market already tax Bill. Proper nations committee so far Cornea Ridout shaken by the re discount rate Mills did say however that unable to agree on budget cuts a 4-Ixlinute mile chairman William Mcchesney increase it which tends to slow be plans to resume discussions As deep As Mills advocates. The Manta or. Of the Federal re b j d. Spending with the House appropriations administration which for a time Augusta a. A of. A do a a Ivasic Ahe Nuzik or had res sted too severe trim buddy Allgood 21, Columbus serve Board applied new pressure Friday by coupling a plea for immediate action on the tax reacted to Martins speech with committee when he returns to Ming budget was report ga., ran a mile in 84 minutes a Sharp drop. Capitol Hill monday. De resigned now to going along recently and it did no to worry at his Home in Kensett Ark., Heads of the taxing and with almost anything Congress him at Art that he was nowhere the expedition was travelling boost with a warning that a we chairman Wilbur d. Mills of the spending committees have been might exact As the Price of a near the four minute mile. By four gasoline powered Lehi Are in the midst of the worst i tax writing House ways and trying to work out a Combina tax increase. Allgood lost his left leg in Des towing Supply Laden sleds Mancial crisis we have had since Means committee where the Tion of tax increases and limit the White House said Friday Vietnam fighting and he wears they were resupplied with food 1931.�?� proposed to per cent income tax tons on government spending the re discount boost a under an artificial limb. He is a a and gasoline by a support air Martin spoke to the american surcharge has been bottled up during the year beginning july scores the urgency of action on Tient at the . Army Hospital society of newspaper editors As for months refused comment and in future years As Well. The Tai Bill., specialized treatment Center. The mouse that roared two members of the Royal court of grand Fenwick prepare for the Beatrice senior High school play a the mouse that Mike Knisely who plays Tully Bascom and Janet Austin who plays Princess Glorianna will be performing monday and tuesday nights beginning at7 30 in the Little theatre in the High school. Tickets Are $1 for adults 75 cents for students and 50 cents for children. Sun photo

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