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Beatrice Daily Sun Newspaper Archives May 19 1957, Page 1

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures High and Low saturday. High and Low year ago. Precipitation this month. Precipitation this year. Precis. To Date last year Beatrice daily weather partly a oud Little member of the associated press Beatrice Nebraska. Sunday May it1957 Britain links to Asia with Kenya bases at last. New truck Driver Ernie smothers looks Over the local postal truck. Sun photo departments new new truck at Post office for mail delivery within City has right hand drive the past office Here has received a new truck the latest being issued by the postal department. Red White and Blue Iii color the 1957 Chevrolet replaces a Dodge which collected 52.000 Miles Over City streets. The old truck was returned to the Post office sup i ply depot at Omaha thus leaving the local department with two vehicles. Safety feature of interest is. The new truck has a right hand drive identical to motor vehicles used in England. A but this is a great convenience for postal employees a postmaster Leigh coffin said saturday. Drivers will be alighting from the vehicle on the Side away from traffic. The truck will be used for delivery of mail to persons within the City who have mail boxes on the curbing and part time by the special delivery department. Automatic drive Complete with automatic drive the new vehicle replaces one which was 6-years-old. The one received Here was one of 2.775 issued by the department. Six employees at the Post office use the two trucks for postal courts demand yank school services at auditorium tonight baccalaureate services for Beatrice High seniors will be held this evening at 8 of clock at City auditorium. Rev. John Streng of St. Johns lutheran Church will deliver the Sermon. Music will be furnished by the Christian Church choir and the Junior senior High orchestra. Commencement will also by held in the City auditorium and is scheduled for 8 of clock the evening of thursday May 23.i Rains boost flood threats in Oklahoma Oklahoma City 3 a okla omans by the thousands from the metropolitan City of Tulsa in the Northeast to Farmers along the Washita River in the South evacuated their Homes saturday night As major flooding was reported in virtually All sections. Tulsa. Oklahoma a second largest City was warned it can expect the worst flood in history As the rain swollen Arkansas rolled downstream. Tulsa has a Popula i Tion of 240,000. Already brimful and rising steadily the River is expected to Crest at Tulsa today after receiving a heavy Load of water from the overflowing Cimarron River where the two converge at Keystone 30 Miles West of Tulsa. Oklahoma a fatalities for the three Days of storms climbed to nine saturday with the recovery of the body of Roland Bullock. 3.9. A Farmer near Lindsay. There Wasny to a major Highway in the state that could be travelled without washouts. Three major Bridges and dozens of smaller ones were washed away. As much As nine inches of rain fell in the South Central Section of the state Queen Mary Hepperlen. Daughter of or. And mrs. H. M. Hepperlen of Beatrice and a Sophomore in the College of arts and sciences was revealed saturday As one of the six University of Nebraska 195g-57 Cor Husker Beauty Queens. They were selected from 12 finalists by mrs. Ramona Deitemeyer of Lincoln 1955 mrs. America and Ellsworth Moser of Omaha 1957 King of a Sar Ben. The annual contest was sponsored by the Cor Husker year Book. The other Beauty Queens Are Jody Carlson. Elaine Eggen Rita Yelinek Meyer and Frances Van Houten All of Omaha and Reba Kinne of for mrs. Burge this afternoon. The reception honouring m r s. Clyde Burge recently installed As state conference president of the Nebraska women a society of the Christian service will be held from 2 to 5 p. In. This afternoon at Centenary methodist Church. Fellow members of the Beatrice methodist Are sponsoring the reception. Mrs. Burgers election As state president culminates a career of devoted service to the society at local District and state Levels. Sen. Javits Rny had a different Story. Javits said in a recorded radio program there had been a a a dramatic change in his mail after Eisenhower a tuesday speech. He said previously it had been a a overwhelming for budget cuts but now is running about Soso. However sen. Ellender a la said Eisenhower had tried to people by using a time worn arguments that spending reductions w Ould threaten National Security. A the budget can and must be reduced and despite the presidents demands it will be. Ellender said. Vasey amp Rist moving Vasey amp Rist Are moving their Law office from the Long held location in w hat was known As the Union state building to the Stein Meyer building. They will have the rooms formerly occupied by Carstens amp Carstens. Or. Vasey says this move is the first he has made in 25 years. Lad bitten by Doc someone at the l. A. Betka residence 1016 North 13th St., reported to police saturday that their dog had bitten a boy on a bicycle. Name of the boy was not know ridiculous to turn i Over to laps Kansas City a the requested surrender of an american Serviceman to japanese authorities who want to try him for accidental manslaughter would be a Ridi Culous and the veterans of foreign wars commander said saturday. The vow chief. Cooper t. Holt. Chattanooga. Tenn., urged in a Telegram released by vow Headquarters Here and sent to defense Secretary Charles Wilson that s.3.c. William s. Girard. 22, be kept in . Custody. Japanese authorities say the the United states has waived jurisdiction and that an order by Wilson for a review of the Case i came too late. Rear adm. Miles m. Hubbard Deputy far East command chief of staff said there was no other Choice. The japanese contend Girard was resting and not on duty when the woman was shot. In his Telegram. Holt urged that a adm. Hubbard be removed from his command immediately for his and that All charges against this Soldier be dropped immediately and a Public apology tendered demonstration on Archery Here Mon. An Archery demonstration and movie presented by a group of archers from Lincoln will feature the program at the monthly meeting of the Beatrice Junior chamber of Commerce monday night at 6 30 at the gun club. Free refreshments will be served. All members and persons interested in becoming members Are urged to attend. Unpaid members Are asked to bring their seven Bucks. Ornaf. General Sio scout circus Here at City auditorium a boy scout circus will be held at City auditorium the evening of Mav 29 starting at 7 30 p. In. Taking part will be boy scouts from Beatrice and Crete. The pub lie is invited to attend. Girl scouts of the area will handle the concessions. All proceeds will go toward the fund for the scout Camp at Humboldt Merit badge exam the written examination for the boy scout conservation Merit badge will be Given tuesday 7 p. Rn., in the county school superintendent s office in the courthouse. Keith Krecklow of the soil conservation service will conduct the examination for boys 14 years old and under. The exam for older boys was Given last week. Suspect for hitting mail boxes is held following a complaint Friday evening that a car had knocked Over one or More mail boxes on North Bluff Street police saturday picked up a Beatrice youth. The youth will appear in police court this week facing t w o charges one of leaving the scene of an Accident the other reckless driving. Future with Many new trails to Blaze in a world still two thirds illiterate and hungry. Jeanne Everett played Organ music during the dinner which was served by the presbyterian ladies. Bill Albers combo from Lincoln played for the prom. Following the traditional custom the juniors were hosts to the soon to graduate seniors. Seen above at the speakers table Are from the left David Spence Junior president Sara Rhodes Junior Secretary Kay Brennan Dennis Byars toastmaster a Junior mrs. William Staerkel and or. Staerkel Bob Kujath. Senior president Virginia renter Fred Nichols j u Nior treasurer Judy Carlbert Archie Snyder Kathy Weston Junior vice president Sun photo local Grain minor Accident near the intersection of 6th and court streets cars operated by Clifford Timmerman of Diller and Shirley Dissmeyer of Holmesville were involved in a minor collision i saturday. Approximate Cash prices being paid in Beatrice area wheat. $1 97 corn$1.28

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