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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures High yesterday Low today 43-32 High and Low year ago 33-5 precipitation this month .45 precipitation this year 28.69 precis. To Date year ago 24.09 Beatrice daily Sun weather generally fair through tuesday Low tonight near 30 High tomorrow 45-50. Quot of you did t see it in the Sun it did t happen Beatrice Nebraska monday evening december 20,1965 zip code 68310 7c per copy vol. 64 no. 138 France set for 7 years of gaullist see no major change in policy after re election by David Mason Paris a France settled Back for More years of gaullist today following president Charles de Gaulle a re election to another seven year term. Although de Gaulle a failure to win on the first ballot two weeks ago gave Clear notice that his popularity had slipped almost no one expected the autocratic old Man to alter his policy goals. He May soften his methods however. Record turnout in the run off election sunday Complete returns from european France and All overseas territories except Guiana and polynesia gave the 75-year-old president 13,063,134, or 55.18 per cent. Leftist Francois Mitterrand got 10,609,744. About 84 per cent of the registered voters balloted a near record turnout. Mitterrand termed de Gaulle a Victory a a mediocre and said he would turn his attention to the National Assembly elections in november 1967. A fall my efforts a he said a will be to make the legislative elections the decisive engagement which will save the Republic from the adventure into which a discounted gaullist is going to plunge de Gaulle who begins his new term Jan. 8, issued no Victory statement from the seclusion of his estate in Eastern France. His supporters were overjoyed that he had pulled out a comfortable margin after his humiliating first round setback in which he won Only 43.9 per cent of the vote. On the International scene de Gaulle faces two items of unfinished business. One is the negotiations in he Are nation european common Market which de Gaulle brought to an abrupt tall last june to Block attempts to give he economic Community a executive More Power. Hope tor word de Gaulle opposes any move toward Supranational by the common Market administration. The ave other members scheduled a meeting in Brussels today to discuss the impasse. They hoped for some word from de Gaulle that he is ready to talk again. The second major International item on a Gaulle a Agenda is Reform of the North Atlantic treaty organization. De Gaulle has called for an end to military integration in the 15-nation Alliance and has warned that if a Basic change la not made France will Bow out by 1969. Concrete proposals by de Gaulle for changes in nato Are expected Early in 1966. Music program Hiligh of month Western special a Many activities were head in the school Here during december with the highlight scheduled tor wednesday. This will be the annual Western High school music program. Vacation for Christmas will begin Here thursday with school resuming Jan. 3. Wednesday All students will be trea de to a Turkey dinner with All the trimmings free of charge in the school cafeteria. Tests have been frequent during the month with the Betty Crocker homemaker of tomorrow test Given dec. 7, the Iowa tests of educational development on dec. 9-10 and the mental ability tests Given to freshmen and juniors on dec. 13. Around Saigon Cong a noose of terror is mostly psychological by John t. Wheeler Saigon South Viet Nam apr Viet Cong ranging from Youthful saboteurs in Saigon to Battle hardened battalions in the Countryside Are tightening a noose of terror around Saigon. The threat at present is mostly psychological. But massive terror Campaign May be near the capital which has escaped much of the brutality of the War despite repeated terrorist acts. No Viet Cong military attempt to size the City Isom expected. Government troops have been Able to do Little to Clear the surrounding Countryside. Some vital military installations and tactical areas Are considered threatened. One such military area is almost within Rifle ship of the . 1st infantry vision Headquarters just North of Saigon. Military discontent adding to the problem rumblings of military discontent shrines entertain state Home residents View Christmas show change of command command of National guard second battalion 134 infantry headquartered at Beatrice was formally transferred during ceremonies before troops of he. And he. Co. At the local armory sunday morning. Here it. Col. Oscar l. Clarkejr. Right Lincoln hands the battalion colors to major Francis l. Deboer York. Major Deboer had been quartermaster of the 67th brigade of which the 2nd brigade is a part. Col. Clarke who has been associated with the battalion almost continuously for 19 years has been named executive officer of the 67th brigade headquartered in Lincoln. The battalion which major Deboer now commands includes units at Beatrice Fairbury Nebraska City Falls qty Auburn Seward and Hastings. Brig. Gen. William f. Bachman Omaha brigade commander was present for the ceremony. Sun Pilate shoppers get assist from weather associated press Christmas week shoppers in Nebraska will have an assist from Tho Weatherman. Tho extended forecast Calls for temperatures through saturday averaging four to eight degrees above Normal and Little Arae precipitation is expected during the period. This would mean daytime highs Well above the freezing Mark. A stationary ugh entered Over Utah will cause continued fair skits and mild temperatures. The Mercury climbed to a reported state High of 52 at Norfolk sunday. The overnight Low was 24 in Scottsbluff. Minor Gas fire at Phillip s Plant a minor go fire it the Phillips Petroleum Host Plant was quickly extinguished saturday afternoon by workers St the Plant. Earl Jordan Plant manager said the fire started in one of the Gas line areas and was immediately extinguished before any damage was til december w t re i 3 8 to 15 17 20 21 22 23 a a strict Stem Are open every night this week through thursday. On Friday Christmas Ives Tho closing hour recommended by Tho retell Council la 4 . Only three blocks to go suspend overlay work parking lots underway overlay on 4h Street was completed saturday i e a ving Only three blocks of the 21-Block downtown Street improvement project to go. George Schumucker assistant general manager of the Board of Public works said that in All probability the project now will be suspended for the Winter in which Case the three blocks remaining would get their overlay next Spring. Remaining Are three blocks on lower court Street from the Bridge East to 3rd, and West to front. Meanwhile Roberts construction today had its bulldozers leveling that portion of the new West off Street Park no Tot facing Ella Street across from the auditorium. Work on the portion of that Tot facing court Street has been delayed pending a change in construction plans. To Impact the fill for the basements in that part of the Tot the original plan had been to use a Large piece of equipment rather than the Small hand held Impact ers. However safety engineers of the contractors insurance company advised that the vibrations set up by Large equipment might endanger t h e Wall of the building just West of that portion of Tho lot. New trial motion filed controversy on Mobile Homes to be continued a motion for a new trial in the South Beatrice Mobile Home controversy has been filed by property owners in the area. The motion said there were trial irregularities that prohibited a fair trial. Leland Stone 2014 s. 4th, was the defendant in the Case that sought to remove two trailers from stones property in the area because it a towered property Friday judge Hubka dismissed the injunction suit against Stone and removed a restraining order that was holding him from completing work on the Mobile Homes to convert them to rental properties. Listed As plaintiffs on the motion were Marion Dole Val Fulton William Steinmeyer John Lenhart and Emory Paap. 3,000 fishermen missing in storm Rawalpindi Pakistan apr three thousand fishermen Are missing and believed drowned in the Cyclone which hit the Southern part of East Pakistan last wednesday the Manoha Kali fishermen a cooperative society said today. A spokesman said that Only a Small fraction of the 3,500 fishermen on the High seas on he night of the Cyclone returned to Shore later. Thousands of others on the Shore were drowned in tidal Waves which followed the Cyclone. Residents of the Beatrice state Home were treated at a Christmas show yesterday by members of the Clown division of the sesostris Temple in Lincoln. About 50 shrines participated in the two shows yesterday afternoon that ended with treats for All the youngsters attending and a tour of the shut in wards and dining Halls. Under the direction of potentate Merle Hale and Clown director Harold Alexander the show featured a variety of entertainment including group singing led by to performer Laurel Gerlach. She also Sang for the residents gave several recitations and made pictures from tablets containing a variety of Marks by the residents Archie Hightshoe was die master of ceremonies for the show. Dancers Cindy Woodford and Martha Mccuiston entertained the group along with Kenny Hufnagle who danced and participated in a a a beatles show for the Home. Music was provided by Douglas Desch and his electric accordion and the shrine German band led by de Fischer. Desch also performed a ventriloquist act. Among the Many clowns that performed and circulated throughout the show was a former professional Clown Mickey Grimm of Ashland. A flaming Baton act was presented by Art Sharp and Jay Mcmaster. With Premier Nguyen Cao Kyd a government have touched off a flurry of coup rumours. At such times anti communist operations often Are disregarded in favor of political jockeying. Rivalries Between various intelligence agencies complicate the picture. Police sources say informers often fear being exposed by Viet Cong agents who have infiltrated into the governments version of the . Central intelligence Agency. High officials in Washington and Saigon have focused sharply on the recent Campaign of terror in Saigon which began with the bombing dec. 4 of the Metr Orvle hotel a . And Allied Billet. A series of incidents since led to a dusk to Dawn curfew for . Servicemen in Saigon. Concern is High now because the current terror Campaign obviously is geared to the fifth anniversary today of the National liberation front political Arm of the Viet Cong. Inside the City Are four known Viet Cong commando units the 65th, 67th, 158th and 150th. They probably total less than 300 persons. The commandos Are not organized As military units. The members Are parts of communist cells and sub cells and most Are unknown to each other. Over All plans Are known Only by a top handful. If one cell or group is compromised the sabotage network does not collapse. Dedicated reds fanning out of Saigon into Gia Dinh province also part of the capital military District Are perhaps five Viet Gong District organizations some with military companies attached. These District organizations have a measure of autonomy and include Many of the most dedicated communists. Recent intelligence reports indicate that two Viet Cong battalions also have moved into the area just South of Saigon. It seems unlikely that the Viet Cong would try to take physical Possession of the City since they do not have the military organization to Back up such a move their hit and run tactics Are expected to remain unchanged. Find time to complain. Some Guys always Gripe by Tom Tiede an the Viet name Nea a it is night. It is raining. It is 6,000 Miles from Home. It is three or four Days without hot Chow. It is also a time for a Soldier to complain about the whole miserable thing. And it is a time to listen. A boy a one fellow says a Rio this paratrooper treats himself to a hot piece of Good of american pumpkin pie a tasty Delight a end a rarity in Viet Nam Battle Sones. Smell like a a a what Day say a another asked. A i said i ainu to had a Shower in three a a that a nothing.�?�. A ooh a a i Haven to even brushed my Teeth in that a Law quit yer deny crime rate tied to crooked politicians Chest totals $11,635 the Beatrice Community Chest today totalled $31,635 or 74 per cent Al its $42,756. City machines not in hands a of criminals As gof charges by Jerry Buck new York apr leaders of some of the nations largest cities disagreed today with a Republican charge that zooming crime rates can be traced to a surrender to criminals by big City political machines. A panel of top republicans in a report issued sunday night in Washington said municipal leaders a have in effect confessed that criminals not the police lawlessness not the Law Are in a insofar As surrendering to the criminal is concerned we be done the opposite a said a spokesman for mayor Jerome p. Cav Anagh of Detroit a political Independent. A obviously new York is not one of the cities they have in said a spokesman for mayor Robert f. Wagner a Democrat who will be succeeded by a Republican Jan. I. No cities named those comments were typical of the reaction of officials in big cities across die country that the republicans must have had some City in mind other than their own. The Republican panel named no cities in the report. The report prepared by a coordinating committee task Force headed by Robert Taft jr., a former Ohio congressman said in part a there Are sectors in Mort of our Large cities where crime is so rampant that citizens Are advised to stay away. Administrators in some cities have really ceased to make an adequate Effort to prevent crime in these sectors. A Urban local government has become so Large party machinery so cumbersome Federal and state controls so confusing that Many people feel that their governments Are no longer related to them. A we suggest that some of the present difficulties Are related to the development of Large Urban political machines. Citizens crickets the Parrot returns speechless Milwaukee wis. A crickets the pizza eating Parrot has come Home under protest and few once is speechless. The mexican Yellowhead was recaptured la Days after he fled the Robert b. Laughlin Home. Firemen and other would be re setters tried for two Days to reprieve him from a High tension wire. A the looks tired and scared but otherwise appears to be Okay a mrs. Laughlin said sunday night. A the Isnit talking crickets left the wires and disappeared in fog dec. 9. Three youths seized the 16-Yearoid Parrot in an Orchard sunday. Feel no sense of loyalty to governments dominated by such almost absurd minor Wilson chief administrative aide to police supt. Orlando w. Wilson of Chicago said a it seems hard for me to believe that they really arrived at that conclusion. It seems almost absurd. The essence of supt. Wilson a reorganization of the Chicago police Force was to effect More centralized control of police operations. Before that time the police had been District controlled. Hie situation was not the spokesman for Detroit mayor Cavanagh said the City has no political machine because of its nonpartisan government. In fighting crime he said the City has increased police salaries 26 per cent Over the part four years provided other incentives to tile police and supports the Force in All possible respects. In Boston mayor John f. Collins a Democrat said a i have to disagree As far As Boston is concerned. Far from surrendering we have accelerated our drive against organized doing Best Job a spokesman for mayor Samuel w. Yorty of los Angeles said there Are no areas in los Angeles where citizens Are advised to stay away because of lawlessness. He said the City is doing the Best Job possible with 5,000 policemen in a City of 459 Square Miles. A spokesman for mayor John f. Shelley of san Francisco Democrat pointed out that the City a charter makes its offices nonpartisan. A with our form of City gov eminent Here with the mayor working with a Board of supervisors representing both parties i done to think the statement applies to us a he said. Supervisors pay remains the same members of the Board of supervisors asked today that statement be published informing residents of Gage coun y that the salary increases recently granted by the Board did not raise the Board members salaries. Their salaries Are set by the state they said and reported they did not have the authority to raise their own pay. The $30 monthly increase was for All county officials with the exception of the county judge which is also set by the legislature. Crab Orchard is thanked by company a crab Orchard special a a letter has been received Here by the woman a society of Christian service from the commanding officer of company a 1st Matial lion 18th infantry thanking them for their gifts. The society with help from other organizations and local residents sent 19c pounds of goodies to the company stationed in viol Nam. In his letter Captain Alan Armstrong told Tim group that the packages would be distributed to Tbs men in the company. Side line for Santa officiating at department store wedding Riverside Calif. A a department store Santa Claus will perform a wedding tuesday to a store elevator. Santo is the Rev. Jack Perkins a moonlighting minister who wont have time to remove his costume before officiating at the marriage. The couple to be wed Ara Robert Mcclure 39, of nearby san Bernardino an elevator Serviceman and Lea Bonham 27, of Riverside. They met two Yean ase when miss Bonham was an elevator operator end Mcclure was aking his inspection rounds. She has since been transferred to the housewares department Best Man will be Pat Harri son the stores maintenance Engineer. A fall i said was i smelled like a a you done to have to a yeah we All got noses next to his Rifle and his mess it the Wall of woe is a gis Best Friend. It can to Cool him when he shot turn canteen water to Beer or Case the ache in his boots but it comforts and it is a Only alternative to saying nothing at All. A Rya know what really gets me a a what a a it gets me we gotta do everything in this a two weeks ago we re fighting Viet Cong. Last week we re on the picket line. And now this week we re out in the Boondocks a Diggin and a i Haven to had a hot meal in a a a ainu to nobody else doing any fighting Here a a yeah the no lights Are allowed Al the combat tent and the faceless voices mumble on from behind glowing cigarettes. U is humid Muddy and dreary. It is the third month of War for these people. A i saw a Guy Al Saigon last week in Jungle a so a a so he was a Hospital clerk a and a a How coms a doric can get jangle fatigues Bot a first Calvary wha is la the jangle has get to Wear Tim rotators a a pint division ainu to got Jungle boots yet a those Guys in they re Viet Cone a the Guy was a a a a of entry de Dune extended dilate too huh Sou scouts lend a hand these two scouts from troop 221 of the presbyterian Church begin cleaning a Stop sign that has been sprayed by vandals. Ron Carlson on Bike and Charles Hoh Bein said the troop undertook cleaning the signs As a project for Community service and reported they have cleaned Over Ais signs themselves. Many atop signs in the City have been defaced by malicious prankster who write a go Quot and a class year such As "66" on them. Scoutmaster a a rank cars tens said Many such signs still remain to be cleaned. Sun Pete Cather memorial gets $10,000 Grant red Cloud apr the Willa either Pioneer memorial and educational foundation has received a Grant of $10,000 to restore the girlhood Home of the pulitzer prize winning Nebraska author. Mrs. Mildred r. Bennett of red Cloud president of the Cather memorial said the Grant came from the Woods charitable fund of Lincoln and will be used to recondition the Home and return it As accurately As possible to its original Ute of 1885. Due to the excellence of the outstanding Young Fanner entries judges for this annual award Are having a difficult time selecting the most outstanding. Four entries at present Are considered top rated. It i Felt that possibly the Winner has not entered As yet so the Beatrice Jaycees have extended the deadline until Midnight Jan. I. The award and recognition will be Given at the general membership meeting of the Beatrice Jaycees on monday evening Jan. 17, 6 30 p. In. At the hotel paddock ballroom. For nominations and entry information please Contact Jim Stringer. Chairman of Box 213, com Loco products John Dando first National Bank or Lloyd Kittrell Beatrice National Bank. Selection will be based on Progress in their agricultural careers soil and natural resource conservation practices and civic and social contributions to their communities their state and nation. I Goy a clerk i Tell a the even had things the men have been pulled from the farm the Gas station and the in Ekwe office. They Hove been told when to eat where to sleep and Baw to us. The mind becomes disciplined but not the spirit it continues happily to rebel a i got the a what a a veto for me for Peart deaf a a you a a my platform would bad equal Rigsta for the do face. A a for How about a War on c rations a a for maybe a the Way for a pose each Day a a aril not what the Soldier can do for you but what you can do for the a in your heart you know we s they laugh and sigh and the language is terrible. They a his about tha Matt groan about tha pm about Tho Lack of Lea woman. They lament the tha filth the insects. A they can Kly someone grumbles. A a in a trying to a get him will a a a some Guys Are a i w a y a stores to be open nights til Friday beginning this evening Beatrice stores will be open until 9 p. Rn., through thursday evening. Thus for the Christmas shoppers store hours for this four Day period will be from 9 30 a. Rn., until 9 p. In. The new car drawing will be held at the chamber of Commerce offices at i of clock Friday afternoon. Young republicans convention Here the sate federation of Young republicans will hold their annual convention in Beatrice on March 4-6, it was announced today by local or chairman Lee Grebe. About 300 persons Are expected to attend the three Day convention he said. Sh0ppin6 Days leh amp Christmas seals Kuttim a tier respiratory diseases

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