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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice daily Sun temperatures High Low yesterday 56 39 High Low a year ago 70 49 precipitation this month 1.84 precipitation to Date 26.06 prep. To Date a year ago 27.4s it of you did la see it in the Sun it did no to happen weather partly Cloudy through tuesday a Little warmer tonight Low in 40s High tomorrow 65-72.68th Yew Nosb Beatrice Nebraska monday october 19,1970 zip code 68310 10c per copy Pershing appreciation for Community support Bill Mcdonald of Cortland a Veteran pig barbecues pours his secret Basting sauce made with White wine Over his pig. The pig is turned by hand at regular intervals and covered with a Hood made of aluminium foil. Three pigs were barbecued and about 375 people came for the dinner at Cortland a fall festival. Sun photo Cortland dedication is gayest of festivals by Rob Marvin Cortland a Cortland a first fall festival and Street dedication began with a Parade music and contests and wound up with three barbecued pigs and a dance. The dedication saturday officially opened two blocks of Cortland a newly paved main Street. The blowing wind eager for the Celebration to Start several times broke the Bright red ribbon crossing main Street. But Cortland citizens tied and taped the ribbon Back again and the sixth Grade Norris Public school band played. Cortland mayor Ruben Rolfs Meyer Cut the ribbon to officially open main Street and at the signal dozens of children on foot and tricycles and dressed in fancy halloween costumes streamed onto thu paved main Street. There were motorcycles go carts bicycles and e v e n a float. The Parde went up and Down main Street around town then up and Down main Street. It was so much fun that some of the kids went up and Down main Street for about half an hour. There were other activities going on and most of the crowd and parades went to see the horse show presented by Gage a Gallant Galloper. Afterwards there was a Garden tractor pull. Barbecued pork three pigs weighing about 120 pounds each were slowly barbecuing in their three Metal and Concrete Block houses in front of the school building. One aggressive chef started barbecuing at about 2 . Saturday Basting it with Barbecue sauce every half hour. The other pigs were started at about 8 a. In. The three carcasses were each on a spit or in a wire Cage and slowly turned by hand or by a Large electric motor. Bill Mcdonald of Cortland built a Hood of aluminium foil to reflect the heat from the charcoal briquettes. He said he was Basting his pig with a secret sauce made from White wine. The sauce was Good but it tasted much better on roast pig. Also roasting pigs were Lyle Hartwig Ernie Siefkes Robert and de Baehr and Arnold Parde. Mayor Rolf Snoeyer estimated there were 500 people on hand for the Parade and some 375 for the barbecued pork dinner. Later in the evening there was a teen dance with the dead Glass combo playing. The festival was to celebrate the opening of the first two blocks of paved Street in Cortland. The sidewalk on both sides of t h e Street was paved and the Street lights increased in wattage. Rolfsmeyer said the paving was the first project of a six year paving program. He said the goal is to eventually pave All of Cortland a streets. More Street lights Are planned. Electric cables for the lights Are All underground. Lucille Rolfsmeyer wife of the mayor of Cortland said she thought the festival was very successful said there was talk about having another one next year. The Cortland Booster club Spoti Sord both a Garden tractor pull and a horse show presented by Gage a Gallant Galloper. Winning the Garden tractor pull in the Junior division was Jeff Deboer of Cortland with David Lueders placing second. Audrey thimm of Beatrice placed first in the powder puff pull and Connie Deboer placed second. Horse show Merle Willet was the horse show announcer and about 20 horses and 30 riders competed in the show. The following Are the trophy winners. Senior pleasure Andrey thimm. Junior pleasure Dan Buhr Bennet. Pole bending Sandy Rains. Barrel race Dan Buhr. Four in line race Del Vin Buhr Monty Barnard and from Bennet Dewane Buhr and Delvin Buhr. Stake race Sandy Rains. Rescue race Don and Dan Buhr Bennet. Musical lures Pam Behrens. The City of Beatrice yesterday demonstrated its support of Pershing College and the College expressed its appreciation for that support. The occasion was Pershing College appreciation d a y. A highlight of the Day was the program at Lincoln Center on the Campus where material evidences of support and appreciation were exchanged. At the meeting it was announced that this week the College is making application for a $250,000 Grant from the Ford foundation and $50,000 from the Federal government. Petition presented Dennis Barratt chairman of the Beatrice Community improvement program which organized the signature gathering Campaign presented to Pershing president Henry b. Darling resolutions with 2,700 signatures 25 signatures to a Page. Barratt said he has about an equal number of signatures on pages not yet Complete. When those pages Are fully signed and turned in he estimated that the total signatures will number about 7,500. Darling also accepted resolutions of support from the chamber of Commerce Beatrice development corp., county Board of supervisors and the official copy of the mayors proclamation naming oct. 18-24 As Pershing College week. Robert Greco president of the Pershing College student government spoke for the student body when he said the key word for the Day was Quot the people who gave to the immediate needs fund gave to my future and to the future of All the thus in a Way Beatrice has become their Foster parents. President Darling presented to the City of Beatrice a handsome plaque of appreciation. It was accepted on behalf of the City by William Jenks president of the City Council. Darling had la plaques Quot the presidents award for distinguished Public service to John j. Pershing they were for James r. Brashear Gor Don c. Pentz Maxine w. Pentz Robert s. Marvin George p. Marvin James Davison Max l. Martz Marion e. Dole Joseph d. Goldberg Keith e. Roberts and Stanley l. Woita. He also read the names of More than 50 students faculty and staff members and Beatrice citizens who will receive certificates of Merit of the parts they have played in helping keep Pershing College on the map. To seek Grants at the program Alan Tully Pershing a director of development announced that he has appointments in Washington tuesday with the Ford foundation and the u. S. Department of health education and welfare. He will seek a $250,000 Grant from the Ford foundation and $50,000 from hew. Bud Pentz who was master of ceremonies presented a $100 Check from a Sar Ben to the colleges Library fund. The Check represents his radio stations prize in the Nebraska broadcasters Assn. Community service contest which Kobe won with the Quot Tal Kathon which helped raise the $100,000 last summer for the colleges immediate needs. Tully said his request from the Ford foundation will be to enable the College Quot to embark on daring innovative plans bearing extraordinary potential benefits to the entire educational Community by implementing the John j. Pershing plan Quot which can become a National Model for four year Liberal arts manhunt gives Montreal appearance of City at War Chest kick off breakfast kids in halloween costumes charge Down the newly paved main Street in Cortland after mayor Ruben Rossmeyer Cut the red ribbon and officially opened the Street. After the Parade there was a horse show Garden tractor pull roast pig Barbecue and dance. Sun photo volunteers and captains this morning met for the Community Chest kick off breakfast. The goal for the drive is $52,-500. Roger Weber Captain of the Community Chest drive urged All employees in Beatrice to give their fair share. Weber explained that the Quot fair share was one hours pay per month. There Are about 4,000 persons employed in Beatrice he said and if everyone gave their fair share the drive would far exceed its goal. Captains for the drive Are Chuck Tremain Dick Palm Chuck Gromowsky and Dick Curtis. The following volunteers Are working on the drive with t h e four captains. Chuck Tremain Captain Roy Broadbooks Wilbur Mosiman Everett Jones Gary Hahn Everett Knoche South Bickley John Henderson Bob Johnson Bob Landen Ben Siefkes Rhen Dobbs George Sci refer Larry Christy Jim Lehman Les trussed Dar old Gleason and Eleanor Rector. Dick Palm Captain Lou Bates Carolos Beardmore John Bauer jr., Dennis Byars Doug Evans Maurice Gardner David Gleason Harry Fox John Baker Stan Woita Dick Hovendick Terry Terhune Ron Sutter Bob of Neill Rex Lutz and John Schonewise. Chuck Gromowsky Captain Gary Carstens Jim Cripe Henry Roehr ted Weldon Dan Ferguson Jake Hawley ing Maur stad Jeff Weston Iii Marion Maurstad skip West Phal Don Roubinek Al seder Berg Roger Eskra John Dando Marion Allsman Doug Hitt. Dick Curtis Captain Kenny Knowles Art Kovar Walter Gehrke Bill Smith Joe Ditt Man Al Leach Ron Wil let Lawrence Lambert Art Hertzel Jerry Davison Pete Stingley and Ivan Stern. Montreal apr a massive Hunt for the terrorists who killed Pierre Laporte gave Montreal today the appearance of a City at War. The search went on for the terrorists other Kidnap victim James r. Cross. Air search army and police helicopters flew constantly Over the City. Local and Royal Canadian mounted police spot checked cars on the Busy streets. Roadblocks and checkpoints were set up on Bridges and routes leading out of Montreal which has 1.2 million people and is Canadas largest City. Security checks were increased at the . Border Par Nixon stumping in heartland by Walter r. Mears Columbus Ohio apr president Nixon starting a two Day stumping tour for fellow republicans in the Region he Calls the heartland said today they know America cannot bring peace abroad Quot unless we also restore peace at Home in our streets our schools our he was cheered by thousands of persons in Columbus first Stop on a six state political trip. A few Hundred anti Nixon demonstrators were kept across High Street the City a main North South thoroughfare from the statehouse speakers platform. Nixon told newsmen upon arrival at port Columbus Airport that he never saw so Many undecided voters so late in a Campaign. Building momentum will be very important in these circumstances he said noting his own expanding travel schedule is proof that he Hopes to help Light some fires for the gop ticket. Nixon Hopes to help republicans win the seven . Senate seats they need for majority status in the upper chamber and a key Battle is in Ohio. Rep. Robert Taft Republican and Cleveland millionaire Howard m. Metzenbaum Democrat Are in a tight fight for election to the Senate from Ohio. Nixon issued a statement urging the election of Taft and of Roger Cloud the state auditor running for governor. Quot i know that both of them and All of the gop candidates in Ohio will work closely with the Nixon administration in meeting the challenges of the �?~70�?Ts,�?� he said. Quot to the voters of Ohio who Are accustomed to judging All americans i say that i look turn to Page 2, column 6 titular by in new York Vermont and new Hampshire. The Canadian army the mounted police and Quebec a own provincial police expanded their operations under the War measures act imposed by prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau last Friday. Trudeau himself pledged that the Law forces will find Quot these vicious men and bring them to Justice Quot in the Calm and dispassionate atmosphere of Canadian he predicted More terrorist violence but declared the government will not Back Down. The prime minister himself a Luebecker flew to Montreal sunday night to pay his respects to the family of Laporte Quebec a labor minister and to Confer with officials. He then flew Back to Ottawa the Federal capital. Warrants for two warrants were issued for the arrest of Marc Carbonneau 37, a taxi Driver and Paul Rose 27, a teacher on charges of taking part in the kidnapping of Laporte oct. To and Britain a Trade commissioner Cross two weeks ago today. Laporte was shot in the head saturday and his body found Early sunday. A letter in Cross handwriting that reached authorities sunday night said he was alive but in danger of execution at the hands of the Quebec liberation front Fly. Police raided a Frame Bungalow in St. Hubert this morning a half mile from where Laportes body was found and said it May have been used by Laportes killers. There was blood on the floor. Detective sgt. Albert Lisacek said it was believed Rose May have used the Bungalow but he did not say what led police to this belief. Police officials said Security in Montreal and the surrounding areas is tighter than Ever before in history. Up to this morning 326 persons have been arrested in sweeps against the Fly which seeks Independence for French speaking Quebec through revolution. A Montreal police source said the measures being taken Are merely to help with investigation of the kidnapping cases and prevent any incidents Between the Public and authorities. He said there is Quot no conscious Effort being made to suspend or infringe on civil liberties. 1968 controversy Rose was involved in a 1968 controversy at Perce on the Gaspe Peninsula when 25 Young people occupied a building. Abner Biard Perce mayor said the youths bothered tourists and when he and others protested he was threatened by six or seven organizations including the Fly. The abductions of Laporte and Cross both 49, signalled an escalation in the Fly a a War which began seven years ago with bombings of patriotic statues and mail boxes. The body of kidnapped Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte shot in the head was found by police late saturday in the trunk of a car South of Montreal. This is a 1969 photo of the late or. Laporte. A wire photo six names added to fatalities list pre six names had been added monday to the list of persons injured fatally in Nebraska traffic accidents. They raised the state toll for 1970 to 336, compared with 307 at this time last year and 370 on the same Date in 1968, the record year for traffic deaths in the state. The victims were Rodney a. Opfer 18, Fairmont Charles Swanson 32, Ceresco Jon David Motl 25, of Bridgeport Conn. Cia claims Saigon government infiltrated by 30.000 communists new York apr the new York times said today the Central intelligence Agency has told president Nixon that More than 30,000 communist agents have infiltrated the government of South Vietnam. The the Cia predicted a resurgence of communist strength As United states troops Are withdrawn from South Vietnam. The report the newspaper said called the communist apparatus Quot virtually impossible to destroy and listed As agents an aide to president Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam a for Mer province chief and High officials of the policy and Ihil itary intelligence in a dispatch from Washington the newspaper said a the Ciao a analysis does not assert or imply that the South vietnamese government is Likely to fall in the next few months the officials who have read it said. Nor does the study discount the likelihood that the Stith vietnamese army will perform Well in Battle for some time to come As occurred in Cambodia. A what the study does imply the officials said is that the South vietnamese government has Little Chance of enduring Over the Long run because of the great extent of communist White House officials confirmed the existence of the report the times said but they contended the report Quot exaggerated the extent of infiltration and rejected the analysis As inaccurate and a Overly pessimistic a a a View said to be shared by president Nixon. The newspaper said it had obtained details of the report from government officials who had read it. Murder in first degree against Post officials at Butte Montana have filed first degree murder charges against a former Beatrice resident Daniel Gene Post 26, who now lists his address As Helena Mont. Post is charged in the death of a Hitchhiker. Gary Barrows 28 of Basalt Idaho. Barrows who died at Butte on oct. 2, had been shot in the stomach and Chest while walking along a Highway near Butte. Barrows was found along the Highway the Thorning of sept. 24. Post has entered a plea of not guilty. It might be of interest to readers and also help Clear up a misunderstanding there is another Daniel Gene Post who resides Here. He is 17 years of age and son of mrs. Herchel Florence Post of us w. Hoyt St. Della Barker 16, of Rural Union Lucy Widholm 81, of Gothenburg and mrs. William deman about 70, of Decatur. The state patrol said the Opfer youth was killed sunday on . 6 about four Miles West of Friend when his westbound car left the Highway went Over the shoulder Back through the Highway before rolling through a ditch then into a farm Field. He was pinned beneath the Auto. Motl a staff sergeant stationed at Travis air Force base in California was killed saturday night when his car was in sideswipe collision with a camper pulling a trailer about four Miles East of Porter on u. S. 6. The Driver of the camper Clarence Gifford 41, of Dayton Ohio escaped injury. Swanson died sunday when his motorcycle was in collision with a car in Millard police said. Officers said Swanson was driving North on Highway 50 when his Cycle was in collision with an Auto driven by Wally Jingleski 18, Omaha. The Barker girl died saturday night when she was struck by a car while pushing her bicycle open House held Gage county sheriff Fred Steinkamp demonstrates his new teletype Printer during the open House of the sheriffs office and ambulance Headquarters sunday. The teletype system provides both voice and printed communications with Lincoln and a network of towns throughout the state. Looking at the machine Are William Jenks president of the Beatrice City Council and Dick Hovendick right. About 500 toured the new facilities sunday afternoon. Sun photo along . 73-75 North of the Cass county Otoe county line. Officers said the northbound car was driven by Paul s. Mcdaniel 19, of Nebraska City. The patrol relayed a belated report that Lucy Widholm died sept. 6 at Gothenburg after a two car crash at a county Road intersection near Gothenburg. The report said she was a passenger in a northbound vehicle driven by Evelyn Widholm 49, of Gothenburg when it was in collision with a westbound Auto driven by Jeffrey bom Schlegl 17, of Gothenburg. At Decatur Burt county sheriff b. E. Anderson said mrs. Daman died Friday night in a two car collision on u. S. 73 at a county Road intersection about four Miles South of Decatur. Involved were cars driven by he husband and Robert Smith 19, of Decatur. Deman was reported in Good condition at a Hospital at Onawa Iowa. Smith reportedly suffered minor injuries. Propose to triple Power capacity Omaha apr a proposal to triple the generating capacity of Nebraska a major Power suppliers by 1990 at a Cost of nearly $2 million was disclosed monday. Officials of the Omaha Public Power District Opp and the newly formed Nebraska Public Power District Ppd which together meet 90 per cent of Nebraska a Power needs outlined the proposals which Call for construction of eight generating units Between 1975 and 1990 with a capability of 4,750,000 kilowatts together with 1,250 Miles of transmission lines. The present projected Cost is $1.9 billion. The two districts presently have a combined capability of 1.443.000 kilowatts. The first two units proposed Are a 50,000 kilowatt Gas Turbine unit to be provided by the Omaha Public Power District by May i 1976. The second would be a 500,000 kilowatt Coal fired unit to be constructed either at North Platte or grand Island by May i 1977. A decision on this location is expected during the first half of next year. The six other generating unit additions being considered All subject to re evaluation Are a a 200,000 kilowatt Fossil fired peaking unit on the Ppd system at North plane by 1979. A a second unit at of Ppd a fort Calhoun nuclear Power Power Plant capable of 800.000 kilowatts by 1980. A a second unit at no pfc scooper nuclear station near Brownville by 1983, generating 1.100.000 kilowatts. A a 200.000 kilowatt Fossil peaking unit at the North Omaha Power station in 1987. A an 800,000 kilowatt Fossil Plant at North Platter or some Western Nebraska location in 1988. A a third unit at the fort Calhoun nuclear Plant in 1990 capable of generating 1,100,000 kilowatts. Warming trend sets Over state lated i rent the weather Bureau has called for a slow warming trend in Nebraska through tuesday at least. After another Chilly night forecasters said afternoon highs tuesday would Range from the 60s into the lower 70s. The weather map indicated a Chance of scattered Light showers Over much of the state monday night or tuesday

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