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Columbus Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Columbus, NebraskaThe daily Telegram number eighty sixth year bomb S. Consulate in Montreal Montreal up a May Day time bomb ripped the . Consulate Here today smashing windows and doors. N o one was injured. Police speculated the blast preceding by a few Tain s the first May Day demonstrations to be held Here in some 20 years was the work of leftist sympathizers. They admitted they had no real a painstaking six hour search failed to uncover any further explosive charges in the Consu late. Police guard was posted immediately. Till explosion at a.m., shattered 78 windows blew six barred doors Oft their hinges and buckled the basement Ceil ing of the two building com plex along Montreal s so called embassy no one was in the building at the time since the consulate was closed for the weekend. In recent Days there has been some anti american feelings Here because of S. Involve ment in the dominican Republic. But S. Consul general Richard h. Hawkins said he had no reason to believe the blast was linked to the carib bean situation. The explosives believed o have been either dynamite or a plastic bomb were described by police As two hours after the blast the acrid smell of explosives Hung Over the air around the two hand some Graystone buildings on downtown Mcgregor Street. The consulate was closed for the weekend and was not occupied when the explosion occurred. The building has been threat ened in the past. A month someone tossed a Rock through a window. Columbus Nebraska saturday May 1, 1965 evening except single copy Light weight flame throwers discovered plumber files million suit Dayton Ohio Erl j. Hand a Dayton plumber Friday filed a million dam age suit in . District court in protest against fluoridation of Public water supplies. Named As defendants in he largest civil suit Ever filed Here were the City of Dayton the slate of Ohio and the United slates because they have either jointly or singularly promoted fluoridation of Public water throughout the United Stales and somewhat of a intruder at the Jacob Louis form four Miles East of Columbus was victim of the family watchdog Prince recently. The dog killed a groundhog Lor woodchuck and brought it to the Louis boys Paul and Danny. State game conservation officer l. A. Wilkinson said that a few groundhogs Are to be found in this part of Nebraska but thai they Are Seldom seen. Telegram photo Venezuela accuses S. Of violating Oas charter Washington Upil Vene Zuela accused the United slates today of violating the charter of the Oraibi Bizalion of american states i Oas i by unilateral intervention in life affairs of the Dothi Nican Republic. Tie charge came As the Oas was meeting in special session to discuss the dominican re Volt. Besides the venezuelan at tack on the United slates. Chili understood to be ready 10 demand the troopers sent to Santo Domingo to protect . Citizens there. Costa Rica meanwhile was to in preparing to request thai the . Forces be internationalized by placing them under direction of the Oas and they be augmented w i i h Token units from other Oas members. The venezuelan charge was i Ircul aled among delegates As the meeting go underway More than Une hair late behind closed doors. Saigon communist Cache captured Fri Day South of Saigon included Light weight flame throwers and ammunition for other weapons new to the red Arsenal it was announced today. . And vietnamese Intelli gence officers tallied the Hoard today during a Lull in the air War Over Viet Nam. An american military spokesman said that As of mid afternoon nol a single bombing attack had been launched against North Viet Nam. If the Day ends with no new attacks it would be the first time since april 13 that North vice Nam had nol Ben hit by . Planes. American jets were Busy in the South despite the Lull in North Viet Nam. A spokesman said 55 air strikes were made inside South Viet Nam by air Force and Marine corps jets. The biggest raid was in Binh Dinh province 270 Miles North East of Saigon where 37 f100 super sabres and six b57 Jel bombers hit Viet Cong concentrations in an area where the guerrillas have tried to Cut Highway 19 linking the Central mountains with the sea. Delayed re Poi is from i h c provinces said communist guerrillas kidnapped four japanese surveyors wednesday on the shr pack River in Darla province where the japanese were working on a water conservation project. Discovery of the Flange throw ers was the first confirmed Evi Dence of their use by the communists although there had Heen reports of such weapons in action in the Central High lands earlier this year. Col. Lan Quang tin Deputy commander of South Viet Nam s 7th division said the flame throwers apparently of red chinese manufacture were particularly suited to the Small vietnamese ammunition found in the Cache about 50 Miles South of Saigon included what appeared in be shells for a 70 my howitzer and chinese made 3.5-Inch rockets. However no howitzers or rocket launchers were found. The communists Are not known to have Wear wins of either Type. The haul also included one 81 my. Mortar three 60 my. Mortars 21 heavy machine guns of East German design with anti aircraft tripods eight automatic rifles 98 sub machine guns of czech design 240 american made rifles about 000 pounds of explosives about 30.000 pounds of assorted ammunition 53 anti aircraft mounts for machine guns and three base plates for comm mortars. The Cache was discovered by troops engaged in a search operation in which at least 152 communists were Kil led. Won t be Able to make it to court Redwood City Calif. Lull prosecuting attorney Bruce Lailey subpoenaed two parties credited in a sheriff s report with capturing a gunman. One identified Only As Iro won t be Able to make it to court. He s a two year old Ger Man Shepherd police dog. I guess f barked up the wrong Bailey said. Cease fire appears going into effect Columbus High third Quarter Honor Roll the third Quarter Honor Roll at Columbus senior High school lists 137 students. Honors were quite Well divided among the three classes. Seniors led with 50, and there were 46 juniors and 41 the Honoreus Are seniors 1.00 Linda Abegglen Nancy Abraham Anneli a 1 d w i n Michael Brazeal Sharon Greene Gary Gruel image Karen Kimland Janice May John Ziegenbein. 1.25 Rodney Keener Diane Blaser Dee Borchers Pat cof Santo Domingo marines fought off a series of Small attacks on the . Embassy today bul a cease fire appeared to be going into effect in the week old communist sup ported revolt. The first american casualties of the uprising were suffered Friday. Two . Marines were killed and 1g american service men were marines and four paratroopers in clashes with leftist rebels. In Washington the state department reported two marines killed and 17 marines and three paratroopers wounded. Benjamin Ruyle. Chief of the political Section of the . Embassy said a Small fire fight was going on in front of the embassy when he arrived today and thai the marines made him Rush inside. He said the embassy was under fairly heavy lire earlier Loday. Ruyle said there had no american civilian casualties and Ihal the marines have taken up positions on the Ier Amei can spokesman said Many of the insurgents trying to restore ousted president Juan Bosch to Power were nol in touch with rebel leaders and that the rebel leaders had no control Over them. The tentative cease fire was negotiated Friday by papal Nuncio Enin Nusele Clarizio. Ii stipulated thai the organization of american Stales should arbitrate the dispute. Jose a. Mora uruguayan Secretary general of the Oas was Dis patched Here to help. Although Small scale fighting continued the cease fire apparently ended the plane attacks and the Navy bombardments "1 am told thai wore i got Here it was under fairly heavy fire. But these Are alleged by the rebels to be persons Over whom they have no the stale department in Washington issued a statement to clarify press dispatches said to give the impression the . Forces were conducting a joint or combined operation with the Loyal faction. Officials said the . Mili tary action was confined to operations within the nine Square mile International Neutral zone set up Friday by a Marine armoured column Anil to the evacuation of foreign nationals. Divis Ull Lill dul 4 til. Wpm i Fey David Ernst Michael Gem i Melcor of the embassy and they Ini Lifavi Hrisco. Dennis Hirsch Are defending it very valiantly. Weather Outlook next 30 Days Washington up temperatures will be above Normal Elliis month in Southern Middle Atlantic and West coast states according to the S. Weather Bureau. In ils 30-Day Outlook for May the Bureau said thai lower than Normal temperatures would be confined to the Northern and Central Plains and the upper great lakes. Larger than Normal rainfall was forecast from the Northern and Central Plains East to the appalachian mountains. Below Normal precipitation was expected to he confined to t h e Western Quarter of the nation with near Normal amounts else where. Dave Heiser Dennis Hirsch Brunner Donna Hoyle Kathy Kuska David Sieh. Tom Petsch Ron Brun Turk Eriksen Judy Holl Man Ron Klutman Ruth Large Carol Loshbaugh Mark Meschke John neater Jim Prentice. Drue Sander Sharon Sowder David Wilke Thomas Wolfe. 1.75 John Apthorpe Linda Bir Kel. Stephanie Floyd Laura Hanson Carolyn Hellbusch Audrey Henninger Karen Johnson Maureen Johnson Jon Kiser Lonna Muth. Lann Simpson Maxine Treadway kick Wald Man. Susan Walker Chris Losh Baugh Lila Mazuch. Juniors 1.00 David Evans Cindy fore Man Dwight Hellmers Suzanne Jouvenal Mary Lund june Mil Ler Mary Beth Peterson. 1.25 Lenore Berends Susan b o r g e 11, Terry c Clementson Onidi Ellenburg. Pal Kluever John Lippert Peggy Mccamley Kay Mcd Anici Carolyn Stuth Man Karen Wagner Vicki wat Kins. Roy Blasig Cindy Bryan Connie a Tipolt Susan Helfrich Chuck Hodges. Gary Inselman liar Joy Charlene Langley Eccl Leininger Sheryl Locke Blaine Lueicy Sara Miessler Jacki Mihulin Scott Nelson Don Wolfe. Marly Gotschalk. 1.75 Mary Boyd Darrel Hespe Mike Kathka Barb Loscko Alarva Menke Vera mod Lin. Charlotte Oglevie Ray Simek Phyllis Slohoda Kathy Torczon Cindy Zastera Debbie realty. Sophomores Marcia Carr Kathleen Corder Linda to. Janssen Jean Nie Kiser. Kiln Mikkelsen Judy bitter. Jane Clausen John Schneider. Marilyn Treadway. 1.25 belly Aerni Jeanie aus Inan. Larry Gratis Ruth Gross Susan Hake Mary Hunter Deb Bie Kulman Gary c. Krum land. Marilyn Heiser Randall Schreiber. 1.50 Linda Aerni d c l a Coover Ralph Eickhoff bar Bara Hansen. Connie Lle mining there is no question that the marines Are doing a tremendous sporadic firing sounded throughout Santo Domingo to Day and there were occasional bursts of Machin gun fire and some explosions. But generally a cease fire seemed to be Tak ing effect. Weather Outlook ing had suffered some dam Columbus i think a few than a hit the embassy he said. This has been Small fire. There Are snipers in the area Small irregular there was a Small fire fight going on in front of the embassy grounds when i arrived this morning. The marines stopped my car and told me if i wanted to enter the embassy i had bet Ter gel in fast because there was firing going on in the area earlier this morning i heard machine gun Janice Mary Divis. In year old daughter of or. And mrs. James Divis sr., of Bruno is another candidate for the title of miss Columbus in the annual Page ant to to held at 8 p. M. May 15 in the cd Lumus senior High auditorium. Janice is 55 with Gold weekend to be pleasant 55 Low this morning 92 High Friday 62 High year ago 44 Low year ago Sunrise sunday Sunset sunday Sunrise monday Sunset monday by United press International a pleasant and continued warm weekend is forecast for the Cor Husker stale with Only a few showers aril Thunder storms in the i Panhandle Sun Day marring the weather picture. Ii will in generally fair through sunday with partly Cloudy conditions prevailing in the Panhandle sunday. Lows tonight will be in the 40s in the Panhandle and in the mid 50s to lower 60s Over the remainder of the state. Highs sunday will be gs-75 in the Panhandle and in the mid 80s to lower 30s elsewhere. Friday s High was a sizzling 95 Al Burwell with several other Points having read Ings Over the 90-Degrce Mark. In the overnight Low was a pleas ant 44 at North Lalle. U will he partly Cloudy Over the state sunday night and monday. A few thundershowers arc Likely in the North sunday night. Lows sunday night will be 45-55. Highs monday will be Nebraska fair through sunday. Lows tonight mid 50s to lower 60s. Highs sunday mid 80s to lower is. Eastern Nebraska fair through sunday with some local areas of partly Cloudy skies. Low tonight upper 50s to lower gos. Highs sunday mid and upper 10s Northwest lower Dos extreme South. Today s Index to 16 pages farm news editorial women s news news in pictures sports classified comics Page 1 Page 4 Page s Page 6 Page ii Page 14 Page is Janice Divis in Brown hair and Blue eyes will offer a comedy skit As her Talent presentation. Miss Divis lists sewing swim Ming horseback Riding and boating As her hobbies. Shu plans f be n beautician. Tickets far the pageant arc now on Sale Al downtown Tex ill. drug All Jack x till stores. Rickner s service and is c k cafe. Steel London i up i Liu Tlle Linos i Day a Xor Nogle on which could brn i time minister har old i s n s government. Korle Susan Kripal baby tic Ferguson Debbie Foreman Don Oppliger Jim Swanson Janelle Thomas Tom tread Way. 1.75 Emily Cameron Dave Gildea Judy Markham Rodney Miller Shannon Cole Karen Richie. Kathy Stradley. Mary Wright. Occident report Friday 0 total this year 2i5 last year .175 injuries 20 fatalities i babies tested for pkg members of the i late l Lui j county medical society re cell Light weight and portable audio visual aids such As the one shown at the right and measures to test another packed into carrying Case Are being designed and built by Dean merry. Newborns for the inherited Dis ease phenylketonuria pkg while the babies Are still in the merry merchandise being made Here the name merry Merchan Diser May sound like the Nick name of an extremely Happy Salesman but in reality it is the name of a new product be laminated panels rear projection screen and various types of display panels for products literature and signs. Models Are also for several other Ine manufactured and sold by Nebraska industries in enterprising Columbus Busi the unique part of the mar no Osman Dean merry. Chandise is that it folds compactly into a carrying Case merry merchandiser is an ear to Casi by audio visual Aid with Many in one Man m of Dos rial and educational uses displays this size require pc tic device has been developed in past two years by or. Jerry owner of merry s re p nto Graphy. Inc. Of Colum or a blood lest. If this Ebnor Malily is cred in the first few weeks of life mental damage can be pre vented by a special diet. Kali local Hospital will give Hospital newer tests have be the Guthrie pkg blood test to come available which Are More accurate at an earlier age than is dealer for merry a product the diaper test Many local Doc and other dealer possibilities tors formerly used. Pkg is a disease caused by an inborn error of metabolism wide photography Supply firm of into the merchandiser Are prevents Normal develop Mother is asked to Ixl remely Light weight merry Mcnol of the baby s the instructions for of the tinted out. The Basic frames Mother s Normal metabolism am a Clung u to he hos. Of the protects the baby before birth ology Laboratory. Re new u., Cial packing boxes which Over the past two by from one location to another. The product being Buill Here is easily placed in the rear seat of most cars yet in unfolds into a very attractive display companies at conventions a ii l dealers meetings. The Standard Model is five eel wide the extremely portable Dis phys Are being used by several Anil eight feet Tali featuring Olor Ful and which can be adapted to the needs of nearly every business involved in the advertisement of a product. An Omaha outlet of a nation Are being investigated. All of the materials which go sex pointed Are of aluminium and the Sive looking picture frames Are of a material nearly As Light As styrofoam. The merry merchandiser was a part of several of the Dis plays shown at the recent co Lumbus Home and recreation show. The product is just one More example of ingenuity displayed by the people who have and Are making Columbus the City of Power and Progress. Newborns. As a double insurance and because the condition May not be delectable in the first few Days of life a filler paired for a urine test is sent Home with the Mother. When the child is three weeks old Lii Imza P. Employee3 of Columbus and Omaha donated a watch to or. C. C. Fletcher Center on the occasion of his retirement. It it being presented by Laddie Markyla ticket agent As Earl b. Harrelson freight agent watches. Telegram photo c. C. Fletcher retiring after nearly 49 years continuous employment with P. However As soon As the new f test Are sent o the bom with pkg begins to take has doctor milk the Phenyl Lane one of Chough pkg has a Low Rale the protein building Block mole Fly occurred Sci omy once in it is important that every child be tested. Baby with pkg look and act Normal at birth but Early testing and diagnosis Are Essen Cules starts to build up. The baby s body cannot Han dle this Basic foodstuff found in milk and Many other foods thereby harmful chemicals accumulate in the blood and Block the brain growth. The chemicals overflow into the urine and Lial. This easily performed could save a child from a life of Are easily identified by a urine mental retardation. Retiring from the Union Pacific Railroad after nearly 40 Vears continuous employment Claris c. Fletcher 1701 Behlon Street looked Back Over a Ca reer which began july 17, 1916 Al Elm Creek when he was hired As station Helper. Or. Fletcher was promoted to agent telegraphed in 1018 when he was transferred to Sta Lelon neb. The promotion came with the help of a Man who later became one of the most famous railroaders in when Fletcher worked at Elm Creek As Helper a. E. Stoddard in mediated past test Percsi Donl of the Union Pacific was second trick telegraphed the Morse code making in pos sible for him to be promoted to telegraphed. During this Lime Stoddard and Fletcher roomed together. Later Fletcher served As agent and telegraphed Al Mil Ler Kearney Columbus. Grand Island and Back to Columbus. His first stay in Columbus was from 1937 until 1042. Afler the Transfer to grand Island he re turned to Columbus april 7, 1047 where he served As ticket agent until his retirement March 1, i Foffi. Laddie j. Markytan has been appointed to succeed or. Flet Cher As Tickel agent Here. There. Stoddard taught Fletcher Markyla started Liis Railroad career As night sention Helper at Humphrey in april 1343 and was promoted to agent Tele Grapher in july of 1943. He has worked in most of the u p. Stations Between Omaha and Island and some West of grand Island Blore coming to Columbus in 1949 As Telegraph or ticket clerk a position he held until his appointment to succeed or. Fletcher. Or. And mrs. Fletcher plan to continue to reside in Columbus. They have one son Sylvester who is assistant chief dispatcher for P. At Omaha. An other son Bernard lost his life during world War a when he was a member of the 15th air corp

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