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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska J Beatrice daily Sun Beatrice Nebr., sat., pct. 34, 1970 it Green revolution truly the staff of life by James Phillips j piety of climates. The wheat that in 1965. For example indians Washington apr few1 Borlaug developed in Mexico wheat crop totalled 12 million americans can grasp the signify prospered from As far North As tons. With the introduction of Ranee of the a Green revolt Turkey to As far South As Para super wheat the total Rose to 21 Guay. Million tons in 1970�?an increase yield astounding of 75 per cent. The yield of these dwarf1 West Pakistan a traditional grains is truly astounding. One importer of Grain is now an sex leading agricultural expert said Porter of both wheat and Rice the super grains have a added a j even More encouraging is the conservative 20 million tons of comparison of food production Cereal grains to the asian food and population expansion in but to millions of underfed i Supply a or More than $2 billion j Asia. In the 1960s, food pro persons living in overcrowded Worth. Auction was increasing at an an and underdeveloped lands the All this has come about in five Nual rat of 1.6 per cent while a Green revolution is truly the years. Only 200 acres of super the population increased by 2v2 staff of life it is Chapati to a wheat and rices were under cub per cent a year. New land to hungry Indian peasant tortillas i Tiva Tion in Asia in 1965. In 1970.1 raise More crops was rapidly i to a mexican and Rice to an in More than 40 million acres of finishing. Widespread famines done Sian. It has created social the new strains were being Cill were predicted. Tion. In a nation where mountains of surplus wheat and com Are commonplace and cattle Are fattened on Grain the development of extremely High yield strains on wheat and Rice has Little Impact. Covenant players at Christian Church unrest and toppled political leaders. Step further agricultural economist Lester r. Broun goes a step further in assessing its significance. A the technology represented by these new seeds will probably affect Tiv ated. Band performs to Bacharach theme today however food production is increasing at 3 to 5 per cent a year while the birth rate remains nearly the same. But the increasing amount of food has also brought about so music of Burt Bacharach was Cia unrest. Farmers have Dou. The theme of the Beatrice or bled tripled and. In some cases More people in Shorter period Angelen marching band half quadrupled their income. The of time than any technological f time performance Friday night Gap Between Rich and poor is in change in during the game against Mil j some instances widening. If the Peoples of the world can lard. Social unrest learn to curtail their birth rate j during the entry March the the social unrest brought Brown adds the new grains group played a promises prom about by the new grains is just a hold out Hope that we can make substantial Progress in eliminating hunger in most of the world in this it was in recognition of this achievement and its prospects uses Quot from the Broadway musical of the same name. A formation of an umbrella was performed while the group played a raindrops keep falling on my head and the performer eliminating starvation Ance include twirlers Peggy around the Globe that the no Keane and Shelly Hausman in Bel peace prize was awarded an umbrella and dance routine. This week to or. Norman e. The band also played i la this week to or. Norman Borlaug the former Iowa dirt Fanner who pioneered development of the new Strain of super wheat. The breakthrough enabled agronomists in 1962 to re peat the performance with Rice. In the last five years the new grains have revolutionized agriculture in Many underdeveloped countries. To most americans though the question remains what Are the new grains essentially they Are redesigned wheat and Rice plants about half As tall As traditional varieties. The Shorter Stem permits banners to heavily fertilize the plants and double the yield. Attempts at heavy fertilization of the traditional Long thin stemmed varieties failed because the heavy head of Grain caused the Plant to topple Over. In addition the new strains proved adaptable to a wide Var never fall in love again with a precision Drill featuring changing Geometric designs. A fire Baton routine with Peggy Keane and Shelly Hausman was featured while the band played a the look of concluding the band performance was a do you know the Way to san Jose with an action precision Drill featuring revolving Pinwheel turns. Band director is Robert person and Dave Wieskamp is drum major. A Sar Ben scholarships awarded fifty one $200 knights of a Sar Ben scholarships have been awarded to upperclassmen at the University of Nebraska College of agriculture and Home economics. Recipients include James d. Damrow Diller John h. Hir Schler h a r b i n a Roger w. Jones Wymore Arnold w. Oilman Beatrice James r. Price Cortland William c. Ripa Wilber Darrell d. Sugden Adams Don g. Thober Beatrice and David f. Tyser Wilber. The scholarships Are awarded annually on the basis of College record and need. Beginning to Manifest itself. It could prompt widespread land reforms throughout Asia and the underdeveloped nations. And the political consequences Are being Felt Ceylon prime minister Dudley Senanayake was this year ousted partly because he did not equitably distribute new shipments of super grains. Field marshal Mohammed Ayub Khan was toppled As the president of Pakistan in part because of the inability of East Pakistan to grow the new grains. Ferdinand e. Marcos became the first philippine president Ever to win re election in 1969, and one of his three Campaign pledges was to develop the a Miracle the social unrest has prompted some persons to criticize the Green revolution charging it has caused More problems than it has solved since 1963, the covenant players has been presenting Christian dynamics in churches coffeehouses at retreats and Camps Heaters and classrooms. At 10 15 . Sunday area residents will have the Opportunity to see this unique kind of contemporary drama about people As the covenant players appear the the first Christian Church Here. Throughout the . And Canada members of the covenant players offer drama As a Means of communication and plays Are written to focus thought on the problems of modern living. Long and Short of it a fall our plays Are Short the longest is about 35 minutes and the shortest is under a minute a said Bob Haggard unit Leader of the group appearing Here. A the productions Are designed to stimulate a thought to get people to think about what they believe and then encourage them to act what they believe a added Helen Haggard. Bob a drama major in College became involved with the players about three years ago when he was working for a radio station in Amarillo Tex. The players came through and needed an extra player. Through a Friend who had worked with the group. Bob was asked to a fill in and worked with them about two weeks during their visit there. Several months later As the covenant players had grown so tremendously More tour groups were being organized and Bob was asked to join. A i was really interested in the acting and simply for the acting experience i joined a he said. But after three years and five major Tours Bob admits that he has found there a something More that its a really bobs wife Helen was also actively involved in drama and before joining the players was a High school drama instructor. While working at the hemis fair in san Antonio Tex., Helen became involved with covenant players. A i joined because i wanted to make a Christian commitment they stopped touring but soon 400-Pound calf killed in Accident Fairbury special a a 400-Pound calf owned by Harry harms of Jansen was kill realize that a was Ai Quot they really enjoyed most newest member Linda Thorman is the newest player with the group and is on her first major tour. A native of Dryden mich., she graduated from College in june and wanted to do something with the Church but something different and which would allow her some Freedom. After meeting another covenant player she became excited about the group and joined. The fourth covenant player is Warren Walter of it. Worth Tex. Who also recently joined the players although he had worked with them in it. Worth. He became involved through a Good Friend of his and began working As a Remote player one that works with the group when they Are in a certain place. After seven years the covenant players has grown considerably and now have 13 touring groups which cover the u. S. And Canada. Plans Are currently being made for a european tour and eventually the group will include Mexico and South America in their Tours. Based in Encio calif., the group was founded by Charles Tanner a motion picture screen writer who writes most All the plays performed by the covenant players. The players All come from a variety of backgrounds different religious ethnic and racial backgrounds. There Are about 60 members who travel another 40 based in California and nearly too representatives throughout the nation who act As booking agents for the group. Many though do no View the Quot de that it newest creation jewelry amp diamonds Hamilton Vantage Bulova Caravelle watches Radebaugh jewelry 107 n. 5th St Beatrice Nebr. Social problems As insurmountable. Instead they see the new grains As a Means of eliminating widespread starvation in underdeveloped nations. But experts warn that the new grains have Only delayed from to to 20 years the food problems facing the world if the population continues to increase at its present rate. A the new seeds Are not a Panacea not a solution to the population problem a says Brown. A the agronomists have done what they can do. Its up to the family deaths the message could be brought Home in a relevant Way a she said. After two years with the players and three major Tours Helen realizes that the players gives even More that there Are challenges within the group that travels together and work so closely together. Helen added that when she and Bob were first married car truck Accident on Wymore Bridge a car truck Accident was reported by Gage county sheriff officials Friday. The collision which occurred about 8 50 . Friday East of Wymore on the River Bridge in-1 Ford township a member of the solved a car driven by Delores township Board and a past Voet it. I Wymore and a member of the school Board. Brubaker Ray b. Brubaker 64, of Holmesville passed away at a local Hospital Friday night. He was born near Holmesville october 13, 1906, and had lived there All of his life. He was a member of the South Church of the Brethren chairman of the . Committee of the Rock truck driven by Armil m. Husa of Blue Springs. Heavy damage was done to the car but Only minor damage resulted to the truck. There were no injuries reported. Gage county physicians and surgeons endorse or. B. N. Greenberg for reelection to the Board of regents r. Brown . H. F. Elias . P. C. Gillespie . H. M. Hepperlen . L. D. Moell . E. L. Penner . S. M. Rathbun . W. T. Wild Haifter . M. E. Samuelson . J. D. Chapp . C. To Frerichs . D. H. Penner . R. W. Taylor . W. W. Waddell . J. C. Nelson . C. R. Brott . Reelect or. B. N. Greenberg. Experience counts. Paid for by or. B. N. Greenberg York Nebr. He is survived by his wife Mildred two sons Thomas at Home and Steven Dalton one brother John t., Beatrice two Sisters mrs. Florence Hodges Waverly and mrs. Lois Miller Lebanon a. His parents and two Sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at la ., monday at the South Beatrice Church of the Brethren with the Rev. Charles h. Nettleton officiating. Burial will be in the Church of the Brethren cemetery. A memorial has been established to the Church of the Brethren with Harry Seitz and Wayne Gierhart in charge. The body will lie in state at the Church one hour preceding the service. Griffiths a Hovendick Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Red Cross Gray ladies training Here the Gage county american red Cross chapter will sponsor a Volunteer Gray ladies Basic training session monday in the Garden room at the mennonite Hospital. The session begins at to -and will continue until noon when the group will break for lunch. The training program will resume at i . And end at 2 30 . A noon meal will be available at the Hospital for those attending. Mrs. Cleppenger chairman of the Volunteer program Here said that the chairman of the Lincoln red Cross Volunteer program will be present to explain the program in Lincoln. Presently there Are about 25 prospective volunteers and anyone interested in the program is Welcome to attend the monday training program. Driven by Glenn w. Schwisow of Swanton. Deputy Gary Schmidt who covered the acc Dent said that extensive dam Lowell Thomas describes his life As one of motion by Jerry Buck had listeners in Australia and he went unarmed into a Camp of new Guinea headhunters. A i done to think of those things necessarily As moments of Dan new York apr forty the Arctic and on ships at years ago Lowell Thomas put still has listeners be three jugs of Applejack on a ta-1 Thomas still has plenty of Lis age was Dole to the left ride ble and Down with several tenders and ifs estimated that he said. A i think the Dan i lbs executives to plan a daily in the past 40 years his voice Ger comes in other ways. Ive the a cum occurred at a news broadcast. Has become the most heard in Accident occurred ww1d he hag been on the the air for the first time. Air longer than any other Broad Thomas is still on the air. Still j Caster. His chronicles of his on at the same time 6 45 . I adventures and travels Are . Friday on the Road North of Jansen. At 12 10 . Today a 600-Pound calf owned by William Hauser or. Of Dakin was hit but not killed about Ink Miles been in air plane crashes and what could be More danger than that or being in a revolution and having a Bullet go through your hat but i done to think ifs a when i first went on the air i shown on television around the dangerous to go among head. A a Tho world. For 20 years he was the hunters.�?�. F n. Ibad a1 the air of a thei voice of Fox movie tone one of the first radio news West of Dayton on Highway 4.atone. There was no compete Thomas also is the author of the calf was struck by a Cai Tjon. Thomas recalled on the 52 books a a in be always done driven by Jerry Bruet Temann of it. I Western. A Call for help to Cecrle service station at Dakin brought Leo and Randall Cecrle to the scene. Randall Cecrle drove a pickup to the scene but due to heavy fog and limited visibility Melvin Kleine of Daykin struck the Cecrle pickup on the Road. Heavy damage was done to the pickup and to the Kleine car but Only minor damage resulted to the Bruet Temann car when it struck the calf. Books a a in be always anniversary. A in those Days Sta i Many things at the same time a tons had unlimited Power and i he said and his 53rd Book is a due out soon. His Best Selling nor i v Book however is still his first. Fairbury social the that books a with Lawrence in Fairbury special i new a hag gone 100 Arabia a editions. In his spacious Midtown office he sat in a leather chair near the red bound volumes of All his in. Morrison is speaker at meet candidate Over $600 damage in two accidents More than $600 damage resulted to vehicles involved in two accidents Friday afternoon reported by Beatrice police. An Accident at 2 11 p. In. Friday in the too Block of n. 6th Street involved cars driven by Shirley m. Baehr 18, of 539 w. Court and sister Emily of Brian 29, of 623 Grant. According to police officials miss Baehr was unable to Stop in time and struck the other vehicle in the rear. Miss Baehr was issued a ticket for following too close. She suffered minor cuts but was not hospitalized. Damage to the Baehr car was $75 and the of Brian car had no damage. An Accident at 8 42 . Friday occurred when a car driven by Gary l. Hoyle 20, it. 3 Beatrice rear ended a car driven by Edward j. Prenton 64, of 200 s. Laselle. Hoyle was issued a ticket for negligent driving and damage to the Hoyle car was $400, to the Prenton car $200. Aes chapter is Selling Holiday cards the Beatrice chapter of the american Field service is Selling Christmas cards to help raise Money for ass projects. They support the ass students from foreign countries who spend a year at Beatrice High school and help Send local students aboard through the americans abroad program. Ten Christmas cards Are sold in a package for $1.00. There Are six designs to chose from. All designs were drawn by ass students or their Host Brothers or Sisters. Persons wishing to buy cards should Call mrs. Max Harbach 228-3041. Susan Miller daughter of or. A a a a i and mrs. Alvin w. Miller who transfers spent the past summer in Ger Rita Holmes to Fred Holmes Many is available to speak to part of s i/2 of s>/2 of nw�/4 of Sec. La Riverside twp., exempt. Arnold Svoboda and Erma Svoboda to Arnold Svoboda and Erma Svoboda se4 of Sec. 25, Sherman twp., exempt. William Svoboda and Elaine Svoboda and Woodrow Svoboda to Arnold Svoboda and Erma Svoboda se1� of Sec. 25, Sherman twp., $9000. Groups. This years ass Stu dents will begin a speaking to groups after Jan. I 1970. However speaking engagements should be made in Advance in order to have the speaker at the right time. Clubs and organizations wishing to have an ass student speak at a meeting should Call mrs. Arlington Tyser at 223-4956. You can have Confidence in Speidell monuments inc. We do it s the Best qualified company in town to help you choose a cemetery memorial a and the one company we entrust As an authorized representative for Seamark Rock of Ages memorials. We respect their judgment you too. From Page one forces u. S. Capital abroad to produce goods imported into the country he said. A mudslinging in answer to the charge of mudslinging Morrison said a if the truth be brother in be got to my he said his goal was to bring the truth to the people. In answer to questions Morrison sad the foreign Trade quota should not be abolished. Imports of foreign beef could ruin the cattle business in Nebraska and the . These quotas Are needed to protect Domestic Industry without destroying Trade. The . Has borne the tremendous Burden of policing the kidney transplant Man s Only Chance Holdrege a the United methodist youth fellow world and relieved eve North i ship is sp�nsorin8 a Community world and relieved Export no fund drive to raise $14,000 to help nations such As Japan and Ger Many of the expense. Morrison suggested t h e use of regional Security plans with Asia and South America rather than the . Taking unilateral action. He advocated limiting Senate tenure to 12 years. Wage Price control asked about initiating wage and Price control Morrison said it might have worked Early in the Vietnam War but said he did not favor it now. War inflation pressures Are decreasing As the War is slowed Down he said. He recommended increased productivity and reduce overhead As the answer to inflation. Rural fire department was called to the Home of mrs. Clarence Black or. At 11 55 . Friday where a Wood shed and Box car were burning. About 2,500 Gallons of water were used a ass volumes occur to put out the Blaze and the i pied bookcases covering an in department returned at 2 40 p. Tire Wall from floor to ceiling. 1 behind him on another Wall were at least 50 framed photographs of Thomas with famous personalities he has interviewed or been friends with among them E. Lawrence Charles a. Lindbergh and every president except Warren g. Harding from Theodore Roosevelt to Richard m. Nixon. At 78 he looks remarkably fit although his Wavy hair and Pencil thin moustache Are now Iron Gray and he seems to have lost none of the vitality that sent him seeking adventures in every Corner of the Globe. One of motion in the last year alone he a been around the world three times. He describes his life As a one of motion a but he says its not because of any restlessness. A i started that Way and once you get into that pattern ifs hard to among the a a firsts credited to him first Man to broadcast from a ship first from an air plane and first from Down in a mine. No matter where he went a transmitter was set up to relay his broadcasts to the United states. His travels often put him in danger although he is reluctant to acknowledge the risks. Last year for instance he did a special for television in which Braska Are the two bitterest enemies of Nixon a welfare Reform he said. Morrison sad he did not oppose giving food Stamps to striking workers because the children would suffer find they have nothing to do with the strike. Morrison said he would like to see More Federal Aid to education. And school facilities used in the summer. Asked about a Federal consumer Protection Agency. Morrison said that a by and Large an Independent Agency would be Worth save the live of a Holdrege High school senior who must have a kidney transplant to survive. Dan Ommert 19, is suffering from a rare disease characterized by degeneration of the kidneys. Ommert a physician or. Walter Reiner said a transplant operation usually costs about $24,000, but the costs can run up to $50,000. At a news conference Friday or. Reiner said some Federal funds will be available for the operation and that the University of Colorado Denver medical Center where the operation would be performed will pay part of the costs. The rest of the Money must come from the he said he favored Cost of Community. Living increases for social Security. Morrison said guns should not be taken from the people but recommended that the Sale and transportation of guns be More strictly controlled. There should be More control on who can have and not have guns. Asked if president Nixon a welfare reforms were bottled up in committee and unable to get to the floor Morrison said he knew of none which were bottled up. The two senators from be manage licenses Ernest Samuel Weclowski 31, Lincoln and Karen Lee bal cer 26, Lincoln. Elmer Elliott Henderson 25, Union and mrs. Catherine Sandra Hardbarger 23, Union. The first National and first Security Banks of Holdrege Are handling funds raised for the operation. Police officers attend conference five Beatrice police officers attended the 19th annual conference of the police officers Assn. Of Nebraska at Sidney this week chief Merl Hesser assistant chief Clarence Nie Man sgt. Gary Wiebe and officers James Schultze and William Fitzgerald. The program included talks on preparation of cases for court the Nebraska Law enforcement Center at grand Island the Grant process from the state crime commission and proposed legislation on Law enforcement. Sec us for your wedding announcements 416 court Street Goodenough s casters he was invited by Abc to become the first television newsman shortly before world War ii. In a radio interview he recently recalled that he always arrived at the studio late and got Only a dab of makeup for his to appearance. A one evening i blew in just in time to go on the air a he said. A nah they could do was slap me in the face with a Large powder puff. Another a first a what happened was another first. A lot of powder stayed on my upper lip and after i had been on the air a minute or two i began to sneeze. That first sneeze in the history of television i was told was the funniest incident anyone had witnessed on to up to asked about his approach to broadcasting Thomas said. A a in be always considered myself As an observer of the human Shadow show. In be never been a special pleader but in be always been concerned. But As an observer in be always tried to avoid the gloomy. In vie always been on at the same time which is the dinner hour and i did no to want to destroy the digestive system of America. In be always tried to end with something not nonsense although it has been but something what a ahead for Lowell Thomas More years of broadcasting he Hopes. He also is planning an expedition that will take six years to Complete. Education plans see or Call Fred Venemann 112 no. L9th pm. 223-4119 Home pm. 223-2976 lutheran brotherhood fraternal society that cares about lutherans. New Road marriage Marks the beginning of a new kind of life. One in which financial Security becomes increasingly Lompo Octant. You can guarantee funds for the future even if you re on a limited budget now. To find out How Calli me. No obligation. Crone Weston Agency office 223-2394 Home 223-5588 707 court Beatrice Nebr. Representing Woodmen Accident and life company Roy a. Broadbooks touch Down i a i it a Beautiful do it yourself Kentile floor in 2 hours or less Speidell monuments inc. 6th amp Market St Beatrice phone 223-5106 this message is sponsored by the Hock of Ages corporation. 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