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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 26, 1969, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Nebr., Sun., Oct. 26, 1969 January target date for power district merger 4-H'ers cited at Jefferson Fun Night LINCOLN (AP)—January is] The districts originally had in-o, the target date for the long- tended to effect the merger by awaited merger of Nebraska’s! the sale of $24 million in revenue three major power agencies, the bonds. The sum necessary to retire existing debts of Platte, Consumers Public Power District (CPPD), the Platte Valley Public Power and Irrigation District and the Nebraska Public Power System (NPPS). The merger would result from an agreement reached Thursday by the board of directors of Consumers and Platte Valley. What the boards did was decide the execute lease-purchase agreements to finance the merger of the two districts and the NPPS. This avoids the costs which would be involved in refinancing existing bonds at current interest rates, which are higher than prevailed when the bonds were issued. John Brogan of York, president of the CPPD board, said he feels certain the merger now will be completed by the Jan. 31, 1970 merger deadline which the districts set for themselves some months ago. The next necessary steps will be taken at another meeting of1 impound, 11-ounce boy bom in CPPD and NPPS. But Brogan pointed out that interest on current indebtedness runs at less than three per cent, while money could not be borrowed now through long term bonds at an interest rate of less than seven per cent. The cost of this higher interest could amount to approximately $1 million for the districts and their customers. Brogan noted. The lease-purchase agreement means simply that the new power district to be created through merger will pay off existing debts of CPPD, Platte Valley and NPPS, and thereupon acquire title to the property. The new district will be called the Nebraska Public Power District. Sixth generation of family living PENSACOLA. Fla. (AP) - A the two boards Nov. 13, he said. At that meeting the drafted lease-purchase agreements will be approved, and a petition requesting an amendment to Baptist Hospital Friday repre sented the sixth living generation of his mother’s family, dating back to 1873. Identified as Baby Boy Blan- j    Actress hit in head Deaths    filming a scene ------HOLLYWOOD    (AP)    —    A    FAIRBURY    —    Approximately    Outstanding Club awards were j gram by leading the 4-h Pledge mT •    (floating log    hit Rosalind Russell    300 people turned out for Jef-1 presented by the Fairbury    Jay- j and the    flag salute. IV! CIN air    I in the head    but the mishap kept    ferson county’s 4-H Fun Night    cees to the Oregon Trail    Star! Gary    Traeger, Fairbury.    vice- Mrs. Goldie R. McNair,    4617    the 56-year-old actress away    held    Thursday    at    the 4-H    and    Club,    Diller    in    the Home Eco- president of the 4-H Council Eden    Circle, Lincoln,    died    from the scene she was filming    Community    Building in    Fair-1 r.omics    field. Mrs.    Mildred    Ste- Thursday at her home.    | for only an    hour.    bury Awards were the highlight of the evening with 42 4-H members receiving awards for the for only an hour. Mrs. McNair was born in { Spokesmen for United Artists Denver, Colo., and came to Be- Studio said Miss Russell, swim-atrice 20 years ago. She had ming in an eight-foot deep tank lived in Lincoln the past seven 1'riday, was hit by a six-foot year’s work. Kathy Rothmeyer, years. She was a member of 1 long log that flipped partly out Fairbury received a registra-the Second Church of Christ of the1 water after she pushed j nori to Leadership and Conser-Scientist and the D.A.R. She away from it.    vation Camp in the Junior Lead- was a member of a pioneer After resting, she returned to er pj^ an(j Donovan Meyer, CPPD’s charter to accammo- ton until he is officially named, date the lease-purchase arrange- the baby is the son of Mr. and ment will be adopted. Three at Pershing in 'Who's Who' Three Pershing College students have been selected to be included in the 1969-70 edition of "Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.” They are Emil Boryca of Omaha; Joseph DiSarro of Westfield, N.J.; and Albert Femback of Villa Park, 111. These students were selected for inclusion in this listing for their academic standing, campus leadership, service, and future potential. The purpose behind "Who’s Who” is to provide a national organ for recognizing outstanding campus indivuals. Mrs. Kenneth Blanton of Pensa cola. He was bom by Caesarian section but the hospital said Douglas Peden Art lecturer at Pershing convocation Tuesday family that crossed the Plains the set of "The Unexpected 1 in a covered wagon from Mor- Mrs. Pollifax." gantown, W. Va. in 1874.    -— I jx*iio^ceau trfc1    “ r,origioa,ed % coin; a son. Professor Arthur “J *e elephant as a symbol I J. McNair. Golden Colo.; three °[    '    ? v P37 grandchildren, nieces and neph- cartoon pubhshel Nov. 7. 1874. CWS Funeral services will be held th**ee brothers, three sisters, at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Roper and two grandchildren preceded and Sons at 4300 O Street, Lin- her m d€ath. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday from Emmanuel Lutheran Church of rural Beatrice, with Pastor Calvin C Fick officiating. Burial will be in the Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery, The body will lie in state at the church one j hour preceding the services. A Family Pryer Service will be! : Mrs, Galen E. Johnson, of 815 | thTeld at the Fox-DeBuhr Funeral No 4th St. passed away in a Home at 5 p.m. on Sunday. Omaha Hospital on Friday.    A    Memorial    has    been    estate She wa. bom Nov ll 1967 in lished to the Emmanuel Luther-Beatrice, and was amober of | an Church and the Voice of St St. Paul Lutheran Church. I i“hn w',h Vernon Meints a n d Besides her parents she is | Ehme H Stevens in chage. survived by one sister Beth . Fox-DeBuhr Funeral Home Ann of the home. Grandparents, I m charge of arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frerking Jansen, received a registration to Leadership and Conservation Camp for his work in Tractor. coin. Committal service a 3 p.m. at Evergreen Home Cemetery in Beatrice. Roper and Sons, Lincoln, in charge of arrangements. Johnson Karen Kave Johnson, one i year old daughter of Mr. and of Beatrice, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Crab Orchard Great grand-parents, Mrs. Ek-kie J Paben of Beatrice, and Mrs. Ernst Stolte of Odell. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Fox-DeBuhr Fu- Douglas Peden. Assistant Pro- at the Tenth Midwest Biennial, both the baby and his 15-year-    lessor of Art at Nebraska Wes-! the National    Small Painting    Ex- old mother were doing well.    leyan University, will be theihibit, the Nebraska Centennial    .    nera1 "Home The baby has two living    lecturer at a convocation at j Exhibt, and    many others.    \    ‘_ great-great-great-grandmoth-    John J. Pershing    College on    B e s i d e s his painting    and    PrrFi^n ers, Mrs. Mary Greer. 92. and    Tuesday, Oct. 28,    at 1:30 p.m. I film making, Peden is a    pub-    rODOn Mrs. Lou Jobe, 96. both of Rose- Peden will lecture on Expert-! lished poet and has written sev-    Mrs. Fannie Paben. 76    of bud, Ark. H:s great-great-grand- mental Film Making and show'era! piano pieces in a string R 3, Beatrice, passed away in mothers, Mrs. Owen Newman,    some of his films at the convo- quartet.    J    a    Beatrice    Hospital on Friday 70, and Mrs. Mae Jobe. 80, are    cation. The films    are a result    The Tuesday lecture will    becoming, both from Romance, Ark., but    of a U.S. Office of Education    held in Lincoln Center, Room    She    was    born March 22, 1893 all of the others in the six-generation chain are from Pensacola. The infant’s great-grandmother is Mrs. Farris Jobe, 49, and his grandmother is Mrs. W. E. Watson, 31. Lebanon bROM PAGE ONE The directory has'appeared    *10(1 taken * Da* J    i    mascus,    the    Syrian    capital. It was not clear from the re grant-in-aid. Peden received his MFA from the University of Colorado and his pictures have won awards WHOOPING CRANES LINCOLN (AP) - The State 1A. The public is invited. City Council in Monday session The Beatrice City Council will _    _    , ,    ,    meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Game Commission says three; lh, Councj, chambers in the annually for over thirty years and includes listing of .students from over 1000 colleges and universities over the United States. Newest Creation* JEWELRY & DIAMONDS Hamilton • Vantage Bulova - Caravelle WATCHES Radebaugh Jewelry 107 N. 5th St Beatrice, Nebr. ports whether the occupation had been carried out by regular Syrian forces or by guerrillas. Guerrillas in Lebanon never have been equipped with tanks, but the Syrian government insisted in a statement from Damascus that its forces were not and would not be involved in any action against Lebanon. "We shall never direct our fire against Arabs.” a communique said. "We save our armor for the Israeli enemy.” A PLO spokesman in Beirut reported that all police pasts in Lebanon’s 15 Palestinian refugee camps have been evacuated by security forces and taken over by guerrilla militiamen. * "We will not allow the Lebanese to come back until Palestinians are given equal rights | with other citizens of this country,” the spokesman said. whooping cranes have been sighted along the Niobrara River north of Bassett. The birds are migrating from nesting grounds in Canada to the Aransas Wildlife Refuge in Texas for the winter. Try adding Imitation bacon bits to the seasoning in your potato salad. I in Fillev, and lived on a farm 7 miles north east of Beatrice for the past 40 years. Ste was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church of rural Beatrice, and a member of the Ladies Aid of the Church. Survivors include three sons, Henry G. Paben of Hastings, and Ekkie T. Paten and Martin G. Paben both of Beatrice; G. City Auditorium. Items on the agenda will in elude discussion regarding the two daughters, Mrs. John Beatrice Building Inspector, the "Anna” Dorn and Mrs. Herman purchase of parking meters, and ,G. "Marie” Dom both of Filley; reports from City Attorney Earl Ahlschwede regarding the re- 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. codification of the Beatrice Mu- Anna Schuster of Filley, and nicipal Code and an ordinance Mrs. Mimke Anton of Odell, two concerning the mobile home and Henry H. Jurgens both of district,    Filley. Her husband, George, CAPITAL FOOTNOTE j A»*<xiali-d l*rr.* The Senate Commerce Committee’s hearings on the nominations of Dean Burch, former Republican national chairman. and Robert Wells, a Kansas broadcast station owner, for j seats on the Federal Communications Commission will reopen next week. WHEN YOU NEED A Special Waij IO SHOW YOUR FEELINGS An |4m NOW! 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Open Wednesday & Saturday Nights Until 9 P.M. # Instant Credit    Easy    Terms Wozab SWANTON - Edward E. Wozab, 67. of Swanton, died Friday at his home. He was born November 17, 1901. Surviving him are his wife, Mary and a sister, Mrs. Lillie Svoboda of Swanton. He was preceded in death by his parents, and one sister, Mrs. Mae Baria. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Za-jicek Funeral Home at Wilber. Burial will be in the Bohemian Cemetery west of Wilber. The Rev. Paul Quackenbush will officiate at services. Zajieek Funeral Home, Wilber, in charge of arrangements. Judene Dunn tops at Talent Find Judene Dunn, of Wymore, was the winner of the Upper Junior Division of the Farm Bureau Talent Find, held at the annual Gage County Farm Bureau meeting, Tuesday evening at the Beatrice Legion Hall. Judene is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dunn. Becky Wiebe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wiebe of Beatrice was named alternate. Judene sang a vocal solo and Becky presented a piano number. Rebeka Spilker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklins pilker was winner in the Lower Junior Group with a piano solo. Mary Jane Dunn, a sister of Judene was named alternate, sihe also sang a vocal solo. Judene and Rebeka will represent Gage County at the State Convention, November 16, at the Lincoln Hotel, in Lincoln, phens is the leader of this club. The Happyrock Club from Gladstone was named outstanding agricultural club. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Glenn are the leaders. Lea Fairley, leader of the Cloverleaf Club accepted the plaque naming his club the champion dairy club of Nebraska. Dr. John Orr, associate state 4-H Leader, introduced Mr. and Mrs. William Wrigley of Diller and Efrain Torribio, Dominican Republic. Efrain is a guest in the Wrigley home under the International Farm Youth Exchange program. Efrain spoke briefly on his work as a 5-D agent which compares to the 4-H program in Nebraska. Neil Engelman, Harbine, the Jefferson County 4-H King, was master of ceremonies for the evening. Nancy Busing, Fairbury, 4-H Queen opened the pro- the 4-H welcomed the guests to this annual event. The committee in charge of food was Mrs. Dale Hansmire, Fairbury and Mrs. Harlan Burger, Plymouth in cooperation with the Fairbury Jaycees . STERILIZATION CASE LINCOLN (AP)—An attorney says action by the state legislature will probably keep a Nebraska sterilization case from going to the U.S. Supreme Court. Vincent L. Dowding of Grand Island, said the legislature’s repeal of the sterilization law effective Dec. 21 will end legal maneuvers on behalf of Mrs. Gloria Cavitt of Cozad who is in the Beatrice State Home. Dowding said he will ask for her release in December, CAPITAL QUOTE Associated Press, "My conscience is absolutely clear,”—House Speaker John W. McCormack, denying he knew about or aided any influence peddling through his office. 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