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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Beatrice, Nebraska S Beatrice Dally Sun Beatrice Abr ., Pac. 80, is nations weather our boarding House major Hoople lakes Region is whitened aporia cd pres the first significant snowfall of the season whitened the lower great lakes Region today. Chicago got its first snowfall of consequence when two inches spread Over the City. Hazardous driving warnings were in effect across the lower lakes from Wisconsin to Ohio. Through most of Florida cold Rains fell while unseasonably Low temperatures chilled the desert Southwest. Chinooks moved Down the Eastern slope a the Rocky mountains from Wyoming through Montana. A Chinook a a warm wind a often results in spectacular mid Winter temperature rises. Subzero readings were common across new England. Market quotations local Market Marshall produce Cream. .60 livestock Omaha Apuada a mondays livestock quotations hogs scalable 6,500 Barrows and gilts 1.00-1.25 higher sows 75-1.00 higher no i and 2 200-220 lbs 30.60 no 1-3 190-240 lbs 29.75-30.50 240-270 lbs 29.2530.-25 330-600 lbs sows 22.75-25.50. Cattle scalable 11,500 Slaughter 10,000 feeders 1,500 calves 200 steers and heifers 25-50, instances 75 higher cows steady to 25 higher High Choice 1,050 lbs steers 26.85 1,166 lbs 26.75 1,025-1,150 lbs 26.40-26.60 Choice 25.00-26.00, few 26.10-26.25 Good and Choice 24.50-25.00, few 25.25 mostly prime 965 lbs heifers 26.25 High Choice and prime 9 1,000 lbs 25.75 High Choice 25.25-25.50 most Choice 24.00-25.00 Good and Choice 23.50-24.00 Utility and commercial cows 14.00-15.00, few 15.25-15.50 canners and cutters 11.00-14.00, few 14.23-14.50. Sheep scalable 2,500 wooled lambs Strong to 25 higher shorn Strong to 50 higher ewes steady Choice with end prime wooded lambs 26.50-27.00 same Grade idiom no i pelts 25.75-26.25 Utility wooded ewes 6.00-6.25. Steele new York apr Lowes deepened in a declining Stock Market Early this afternoon hut trading was relatively Slack aerospace defense stocks were the first group to show Sharp losses As they reacted to uncertainty about the reported Viet Nam peace feelers. Electronics most of whom Are defense related followed local Cash Grain approximate tor Beatrice area based on Kansas City Market Lese 16 cents per Bushel wheat. 1.45 Kansas City Cash Grain com. 1.31 a Milo. 1.94 note local prices on com and Ella May vary widely depending on whether Grain is needed or grinding or la to be shipped to terminal for a current quote Call your elevator. Kansas City Cash Price at close yesterday is carried to show the Price trend at the terminal Market along. Airlines electrical equipments and oils also showed some Sharp losses. Steels were higher in Early trading but they erased most of her gains and began to ease. Autos were Down from the Start. Some losses worsened in the group. Rails held fairly steady after trimming Early advances. The associated press average of 00 stocks at noon was off 1.0 at 355.2 with industrials off 2.1, rails unchanged and utilities Oil .3. The Dow Jones Industrial average at noon was off 4.40 at 953.45. As the defense rocks weakened Boeing extended its loss to More than 2. Losses of 1% or to were shown by general dynamics United and Douglas aircraft among electronics Fairchild camera skidded More than Points. American Telephone off fraction touched another new Low for the year. General motors lost i but do font held most of a 1-Point gain and Eastman Kodak remained fractionally higher. Xerox dropped 4 and Polaroid s. Prices were irregularly lower on the american Stock Exchange. Corporate and . Treasury Bonds were mostly unchanged. Holly Man vim funerals feature times Fox Quot ship of fools a 7 00 a great Sioux massacre a 9 45. Holly a carry on regardless a 7 00 a get on with it a 8 30. Pizza s 49c to $1.29 Cray s drive in to court pm. 1-2145 fast a memorial services for Gerhard fast were held today from the first mennonite Church with Rev. Leo l Miller officiating. Interment was in the mennonite cemetery. A memorial has been established to the Hospital spiritual ministry with John k. Wie be in charge. Harman mortuary. Stahl a memorial services for Arthur h., Stahl will be head wednesday at 2 . From Hope United Church of Chris Harbine with Rev. E. E i b e n offic rating. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. Harman mortuary. Keane a funeral services for Thomas Keane were held today from the methodist Church at Fairbury with Rev. M. J. Gordanier officiating. Interment was in Fairbury cemetery. Nuckolls Meyer Home for funerals Fairbury. Barnard a memorial services for mrs. Ida Bell Barnard will be held tuesday at i . From the Harman mortuary Chapel with or. Lloyd Henderson of Blue Springs mo., officiating. Interment will be in pleasant View cemetery Pickrall. Knispel a funeral services for mrs. Sophia Knispel were held today from the Traum Chapel Fairbury with Rev. M. Matuschka officiating. Burial was in Zion lutheran Church cemetery at Harbine. Krause a memorial services for Herman Otto Krause were held saturday from St. Paul lutheran Church with pastor Philip Fry officiating. Interment was in Evergreen Home cemetery. A memorial fund has been established with Ferd May Chow and Arthur Rinne in charge. Harman mortuary. Pallbearers were Alvin Zimmerman Wilbur oestre cd William Wallman Martin Tegt meter Edward Thieman and Walter Brose. Van Osdol a memorial services for mrs. Doris a. Van Osdol were held saturday from the Harman mortuary chattel with Rev. I a r e n be Wesley Buehler officiating. Interment was in Ever Green Home cemetery. Mina Rebekah Lodge conducted s e r v i c is. Pallbearers were Frederick Fuller Paul Lehman Aldrich Kadlec Virgil Simmons Richard is m m o n s and Walter c umps ton. Flurries slowly ended from northeastern Ohio to Vermont after considerable accumulations were deposited in upper new York state. Hardest hit by the snowfall sunday were the Adirondack Foothills. The Hamlet of High Market reported 25 inches and other cities in the Snow Belt received from 12 to 15 inches. Because few roads Cross this part of the state no major problems resulted from the heavy snowfall. A Slick coat of new covered most sections from Northern Illinois through Minnesota. In the far South generous Rains soaked much of Florida. Orlando reported More than an Inch. In the far West Low temperatures continued today to be the Rule. Much of Northern Nevada experienced its fifth Day of be Low Zero readings. It was la below at Elko Nev. A humid com sol Fly Wor ukr Imus now showing ship 7 00 Sioux 9 45 Quot Superb magnificent Jansen hotel Steak House proudly presents Johnny Ray Gomez with the fabulous a Neeks appearing nightly. Dec. 14th through january 9th. Have a Holiday every night with the a Nee St next attraction Joanie Gilmore returns sunday special continued Golden Fried Chicken served family style noon til 4 p. M. Only 85c sleepy Drivers in two accidents two weekend Drivers apparently went to sleep at the wheel causing considerable damages to their vehicles in separate one car accidents. A Cair driven by Randy Yurka Virginia struck a Bridge railing sunday morning three and a half Miles South and a half mile West of Virginia. The Driver told authorities thought fell asleep. A car driven by Wayne Denton 916 s. Center went into the grader ditch embankment saturday eight and a Quarter Miles South of Beatrice on Sumner. The Drivers father told sheriffs officers that his son apparently went to sleep. Motorists lined in Justice court seven persons were fined last week by Justice of the peace South Bickley. They were Roland Steward Roca speeding $35 Leonard Lyons Beatrice improper Muffler $10 Roberts construction company of Lincoln improper Muffler $10 Kermit Svanda Virginia speeding $10, Harold Vasey Wymore Stop sign violation $10 James Courtright Beatrice careless driving $25, and Jack Bausser lot Adams speeding $20. Minors with Beer. Lined by court two Beatrice youths were fitted $100 each today by county judge Dennis Winkle on c charge of being minors in pee session of Beer. They were found Goulty Earl or this year by judge Winkle but sentencing had been de tented until this time. They were Bernie vicars and Linda Glenn. You la love the food and reasonable prices at. Vincent s 5th amp court Beatrice phone 223-3148 for $ n pickup and Deiwert v to couches destroyed in garage lire two couches were destroyed by fire at 708 Bell Over the weekend in a garage fire believed started by vandals. The garage was not damaged in the fire at the Home rented by Karen Dickson. Divorce granted a d Vorce was granted to Don Vaneperen by District judge Ernest Hubka today and a property settlement was approved by the court. Vaneperen sought the divorce on grounds of extreme cruelty and was awarded custody of their two children. Marriage License Robert Junior Rains 32, and Betty Jean hitch 36, both of Lincoln. Leo Soukup cleaners shirt laundry 115 South 5th Beatrice guards flee Berlin a two East German Border guards fled to West Berlin sunday night West Berlin police reported today. The noncommissioned officers came Over together turned themselves in and handed Over their sub machine guns police said. Barb que Chicken pack to go i or too pieces dial 223-2232 Kenney s drive in 8 cast fish Burger 25 at bikes Burger bar 119 no. 6th i Lerry Christmas to our customers i Christmas specials Blackbird fancy _ Cranberry sauce 2 cans 39c Ocean Spray Orange Cranberry. L43�. 69c relish fruit cocktail 4 a a $1.00 Libby a Bartlett pears 3 Jas 89c Norbest .d.a. Grade a Hen turkeys 10-14 la. Average .d.a. Grade a Cornish hens. 79c a. Swifts Premium pure pork sausage .45c not. Fully cooked Center Cut Ham slices 69cu.s.d.a. Choice Center Cut Chuck roast .59c a it. Ballard fresh Frozen oysters. 12 can 79c Dole pineapple 4 $1.00 Ocean Spray m Cranberry cocktail it 49c Blackbird fancy pumpkin 2&� 19c pet Ritz Frozen mince pie pet Ritz Frozen pumpkin pie 2 a. 75c 8 in. Size 75c Ritz crackers i la. Box danish dinner Rolls Bunny Brown a serve Rolls 2 pkg. 39c Bakers Choc. Chips 12 pkg 39c 12 pkg. 37c 29c Ankist wet oranges 15c extra fancy % Brach a Choc. Covered cherries Lite or dark 12 of. Box 39c Peanut clusters 71/2 of. Box 39c Choc. Stars 8 of. Box 39c Rad delicious apples la. 15c California Pascal Caleffy. Ice Cream la Fairmont rim a. Fairmont egg nog Kraft whipped desert Topping. Kraft Philadelphia Cream choose la. 10c larg Bunch 19c vagal. 59c 2 Gal. 81c it 49c 9h of. Can 39c 8 of. Pkg. 29c Gooch a beat flour .5 amp 49c Bordon a mince meat dry .9 z. 29c wet .28 59c Reynolds aluminium foil. 2 Rry ifs 49c Bell ringing values a deliver and give s amp Green Stamps the compact store for Busy housewives Reserve right to limit quantities. 13th amp Grant dial 3-5107 prices effective dec. 21,22,28,24 Grant St. Grocery we will close at 4 80 pm. Friday

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