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Beatrice, Nebraska
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Monday, June 9, 1975
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YES WE HAVF NOTARY SEALS MACHINES 8 SUPPLIES 200 N. 5th St. Ph. 223-3567 PRINTINGS FURNITURE 416Court St. Ph. 223-5918 Beatrice. Nebraska 66310 Locals Griffiths-Hovendick Chapel Dignified, Personal Servlrp , Coming Events— Read the Daily Sun's Calendar on this page for news of coming events. Meetings— Check the Happenings column on People Page for club and organization meetings. Crisis Line— Need to talk out a personal problem? Call the Crisis Line, 228-3411, anytime night or day. WETIP— WETIP (We Turn in Drug Pushers) P.O. Box 505. $500 reward for information leading to conviction. Hospitalized— Kenneth Bailey of Firth is in St. Elizabeth's Community Center in Lincoln and would enjoy hearing from friends. Card Shower— A card shower is being held for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Witulski, Rt. 2, Beatrice in honor of their 58th wedding anniversary Thursday, June 12. Receiving Treatment — Ehme Busboom of Cortland is receiving cancer treatment at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, 42nd and Dewey Ave., Omaha, Neb., 68105. He will be there several weeks and would appreciate hearing from friends. Burchard Reunion— The Burchard High School Class of 1940 is planning a 1976 reunion. They are trying to locate the whereabouts of Arthur Prouty. Call Mrs. Leonard Snyder in Liberty at 696-4304 if anyone has any information. At the Mennonite — Admitted: Roger Meints; Mrs. Dale Meeske; Mrs. Maxine Seel; Susan Calhoon; Helen Hall; Mrs. Don Beach; Master Stephen Hale, Adams; Denise Powell; Julie Jurgens. Dismissed: C. Eugene Pile; Mrs. Dan Reed, Wymore; Mrs. Gilbert Steward, Belle vue; George Loth; Mrs. Jerry Nickels; Mrs. Dennis Roschewski and. baby; Mrs. Richard Salts and baby; Mrs. Michael Graham and baby, Wymore. At the Lutheran — Admitted: Mrs. Hattie Harms, Hebron; Mrs. Oscar Fritz, Adams; Nathanael Jurgens, Pickrell; Mrs. Joe Windle, Wymore. Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Ellis, Wymore; Mrs. Floyd Franzen, Odell; Mahlon Smith; Mrs. Josephine Doehring, Fairbury; William Morris; Rudolph Novotny. At Pawnee Hospital — Admitted: Forrest Schaffer, Humboldt; Mrs. Ivan Butterfield, Pawnee City; Ray Campbell, Pawnee City; Bryan Gagnon, Burchard; Mrs. Everett W. Todd, Humboldt; Roy Crawford, Pawnee City; Ernest Gutzmer, Humboldt. Dismissed: Mrs. Herbert Droge, Pawnee City. // you're missed If you are a carrier delivery subscriber and fail to get your Beatrice Daily Sun call before 7 p.m. on weekdays, 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Beatrice 223-5233 and Fairbury 729-3560. Understanding Service Harman Mortuary, Inc. At Fairbury Hospital— Admitted: Brenda Ells, Steele City; Sheri Hinman, Fairbury; Patricia Bartels, Tobias. Dismissed: Mabel Strawhacker, Washington, Kan.; Helen Boone, Fairbury; Brenda Ells, Steele City; Charles Beggs, Fairbury. Fox Funeral Home Friendly Courteous Service f Calendar ] Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Neb., Mon., June 9,1975 Get your event of public Interest in the Calendar. Write Debbie Hendrickson, Beatrice Daily Sun, P.O. Box §47, Beatrice, Neb., 68310, or call 723-5233. Tonight Pre-Natal Classes—7:30-9 p.m. North classroom, Lutheran Hospital. Gospel Meeting—June 9-15 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ, 113 S. Center. Earl W. Lewis preaching. Everyone welcome. ESU Board—8 p.m. Educational Service Unit No. 5 meets at School of New Hope, Hebron. Tuesday, June 16 Recovery Meeting—112 N. 6th, downstairs of W.H. Davis Agency. Association of nervous and former mental patients. Information: 223-3026. Cortland Rural Fire Dist.—8:30 Housewife not fooled by "figure juggling" Whan You Are SURROUNDED Pick A Picture Frame At BEATRICE GLASS CO. 118 So. 4th OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-The American housewife "won't be fooled" by a recent government study which seems to absolve supermarket chains from blame for increasing food costs, State Sen. Loran Schmit said Saturday. Schmit, who has sued Safeway and A&P for allegedly fixing meat prices, said a Council on Wage and Price Stability study doesn't show large supermarket profits because "it accepts their methods of accounting." "These people in the food industry are experts at figure juggling," Schmit said, "but the American housewife knows what's really going on. She realizes that the percentage of return to farmers continues to decline." The study showed 15 large food chains realized only ninetenths of one per cent profit after taxes on their sales during the first nine months of 1974. Schmit said the figures should be viewed differently. He said supermarket returns on sales are not as accurate an indicator of actual profits as are returns on investment Failure to yield ticket issued A failure to yield summons went to Kristin M. Penner of 1915 Arbor Ave., following a Sunday morning accident in the 1800 block on Scott Street. The other driver involved in the 10:12 a.m., mishap was Howard E. Trauerhicht of 2002 Arbor Ave. Damage to his car was estimated at $200, to the Penner vehicle $150. A tractor-car accident Sunday around 11:30 a.m., near Caldwell and 8th Streets, resulted in a summons for passing at an intersection being issued to William J. Kechely of Wymore. The farm tractor was driven by James E. Smith, Route 1, Pickrell. Heaviest damage of around $300 resulted to the Kechely vehicle. A Sunday mishap in a parking lot at 914 E. Court St., resulted in an estimated $300 to a car driven by Debra A. Stevens, 1315 Washington St. Damage occurred to the hood, right front fender, and bumper on the other vehicle, which was operated by Jane E. Cook, 414 Lincoln St. dollars. Schmit said returns on original investment are "substantially higher" than those on final sales to consumers. Schmit's 1974 lawsuit against Safeway was settled out of court in March. The chain admitted no wrongdoing, but paid Schmit and his co plaintiffs $40,000 and agreed not to exchange beef pricing information with other grocers. The suit against A&P is still pending. Man held here for Hastings police It was shortly after 1 a.m., Sunday moraine, and the car Officer John Scholl spotted in the 100 block on North 4th Street was from out-of- county. Upon stopping the car, and talking with the driver, he remembered a description on the teletype back at headquarters concerning an embezzlement at Hastings. The driver of the car, although at first identifying himself as someone other than the name on the teletvpe. Officer Scholl recognized him from the description as Jose A. Pacheo Santiago of York, Pa. Santiago was jailed and is being held for Hastings authorities on the embezzlement charge. Births ROBERT'S SHOE REPAIR NOW OPEN 301 West Court St. Ph. 223-2115 Beatrice, Ntbr. Koch—Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Koch of Beatrice are the parents of a 7 Ib. 11% oz. son born June 8 at the Mennonite Hospital. The mother is the former Patricia Keck. Jahde—A 7 Ib. 2 oz. daughter, Jennifer Dawn, was born June 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jahde of Hales Corners, Wis. The mother is the former Judy Scott, formerly of Burchard. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott of Beatrice and Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Jahde of Pender. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott of Beatrice. Koeneke—Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koeneke of Pawnee City are the parents of a 6 Ib. 2 oz. son, Matthew Alan, born June 9 at the Pawnee County Memorial Hospital in Pawnee City. The mother is the former Janice Brown. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Koeneke, all of Pawnee City. p.m. Cortland Fire Hall. Wednesday, June 11 Board of Public Works—12:30 p.m. BPW office, 205 N. 4th. Hanover Library—North Central Kansas Libraries van brings new books to Hanover City Library. The librarian, Mrs. Judy Springer, can get any book anyone wants from the van. If you want a special book let her know. Glenwood Township—8:30 p.m. Odell Fire Hall. Young Nebraskans—8 p.m. Adams High School gym. Concert. Police Court The following persons pleaded guilty and were fined In Gage County Traffic Court. Listed are the names, charges, and fines. Speeding violations are in excess of 55 mph except where otherwise noted. Eight dollars court costs were assessed. City Cases Daniel L. Bates, 1202 N. 13th, fireworks, $25. Russel A. Behrens, 1620 Grant, fire works, $25. Dale E. Kyker, 1720 Park, fireworks, $25. Robert P. Hlckman Jr., Beatrice, speeding 50 mph In a 35 zone, $25. Larry D. Genrlch, 220 Granville, fictitious plates, $25. Richard D. Essam, 1708 Monroe, inspection sticker, $10. Joseph Bednar Jr., Wymore, no driver's license, $15. George W. Manes, Wymore, stop sign, $10. Brenda G. Chapman, 1524 Lincoln, speeding 35 mph in a 25 zone, $10. Richard G. Whittemeier, 301 Graham, speeding, $20. Salvador Muratella Jr., Lincoln, no driver's license, $5. Paul D. Higglns, Tecumseh, intoxication, $25. Kathryn S. Steinkamp, 612 Lincoln, negligent driving, $10. Richard H. Shasteen, 718 N. 10th, unsafe backing, $2. Linda D. Essam, 1708 Monroe, unsafe backing, $2. Lena M. Cherney, 916 N. 13th, unsafe backing, $2. John T. Andreesen, Wymore, following too close, $10. Larry L. Aden, Box 80S, unsafe backing, $2. Jeffrey R. Williams, 5145 6th, stop sign, $15. Orville I. Shower, Beatrice, failure to yield, $10. Rudolph R. Paul, Wymore, failure to yield, $10. Donald F. Jungbluth, 1509 Wentworth, failure to yield, $10. Rev. Stephen P. Jones, 612 N. llth, negligent driving, $10. Donnie W. Arrington, 605 S. 10th, no operator's license, $15. Ralph R. Roszell, 922 N. 10th, stop sign, $10. Emit Haas, Wymore, Failure to yield, $10. Kenneth L. Cumpston, Wymore, intoxication, $5,10 days in county jail. Dennis F. Hagemeier, 1617 Wentworth, failure to yield, 1 week probation. Mark G. Otto, 221 Granville, unnecessary noise, $1. State Cases Jean I. Benson, Summerfield, Kans., speeding 62 mph, $10. Teresa Starr, Fairbury, speeding 63 mph, $10. Charles W. Pilcher, Fairbury speeding 70 mph, $25. Harvy J. Hippen, Virginia, speeding 63 mph, $20. Alexander G. McPherson, Lincoln, inspection sticker, $10. Kevin K. Watteyne, Tecumseh, speeding 60 mph, $20. Kathleen M. Hankel, Wilber, speeding 60 mph, $10. Darwin D. Buss, Adams, careless driving, $5. Donald L. Baehr, Blue Springs, reckless driving, $10. Robin W. Weathers, Holmesville, driving where prohibited, $20. Ron R. Weathers, Holmesville, driving where prohibited, $20. Kenton R. Bellamy, 1514 Jackson, passing on a hill, $15, Ralph E. Spier, Hallam, speeding 65 mph, $10. Samuel Workman, Wymore, no drivers license, $2. Gary T. Thompson, 1420 Elk, speeding 55 mph in a 35 zone, $55. John S. Gardner, Lincoln, speeding 68 mph, $30. Kevin D. Riekenberg, 1001 S. Center, speed contest, $20. Coffee producers demand increase 6th 4 Co USED LOWREY ORGAN 2-Years Old, Has Automatic Rhythm! In Walnut Color, With No Scratches. New$l,795°° Now $99500 — Includes Bench & Delivery — KNOWLES MUSIC STORE SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — Coffee producers and exporters from six LatinAmerican nations today demanded a 621/2 per cent increase in the world price of coffee and threatened to withhold exports if the demand is rejected by the world coffee conference in London in July. The coffee men demanded a minimum world price of $65 per 100-pound bag. The current average price is $40. The demand was issued at the end of a four-day meeting of producers and exporters from Mexico, Honduras, AtTht CHURCH OF CHRIST 113 So. Center, Beatrice EARL W. LEWIS - Preaching June 9th Thru June 15th Time: 7:30 Each Evening EVER] Deal of the century Belgium decided Saturday the aviation "deal of the century" in favor of the United States, selecting the YF16 lightweight fighter plane built by General Dynamics Corp. over the French Mirage PI. Premier Leo Tindemans announced the decision, saying his country would buy 102 of the American planes. (AP Wirephoto) Restoration funds for old Smith house FAIRBURY—The Jefferson County Historical Society will receive $800 to restore the Smith limestone house on the river road northwest of Fairbury. The grant is from Bird and Son, Inc. of East Walpole, Mass., a private organization which provides money to preserve American landmarks. The restoration of the house and a lime kiln built in the 1870's are Bicentennial projects of the Jefferson County Historical Society. SILENT RUN The Fire Department made a silent run to put out a fire in a trash container in the alley behind Cengas at 623 E. Court St. at 9:31 p.m. Sunday. Beerman guest speaker at flag presentation PAWNEE CITY-Allen J. Beerman, Secretary of State of Nebraska, will be the speaker at ceremonies on the courthouse lawn in Pawnee City Wednesday evening, June 11, when the community receives its Bicentennial Flag. The flag, to be presented by Don Searcey, Executive director of the Bicentennial Commission, is presented to those communities that have met established criteria of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. Accepting the flag will be Alice Brackett, a retired teacher who taught for 45 years in the local school. Barry Kennedy and L. Joe Stehlik, co-chairmen in charge of the evening's program, report that the regular band concert, a presentation on the Civil War by the Rotary Club and an ice cream social will also be a part of the evening's entertainment. Lincoln Goodwill Deposit box now located at Gibsop Discount Parking Lot Save tax dollars. Build for your retirement Beatrice National Bank has a Retirement Plan under the new Individual Retirement Account (IRA) that will allow you to reduce your current income taxes today and build your retirement for tomorrow. Questions and Answers about the new IR4 plan and how it affects you: Guatemala,. Nicaragua,, Costa Rica and El Salvadpr. These are among Latin American countries that produce a mild coffee strain that makes up about 40 per cent of the world supply. The United States is a major importer of this type of coffee. Observers say most of the industry in the other countries will support the demand. MARRIAGE LICENSES Lyle E. Waring, 22 of Fairbury and Denise A. Lindsley, 20 of Fairbury (issued in Fairbury). Larry G. Koehler, 21 of Clay Center and Rebecca S. Ruhnke, 19 of Fairbury (issued In Fairbury). Dale E. Burda, 28 of Western and Marcia Roesler, 23 of Western (issued in Fairbury). Dale Herbert Siemsen, over 21 of Fairbury and Sophia Louise Flalung, over 21 of .Fairbury (Issued in Fairbury). James G. Horner, over 21 of Belleville, Kan. and Fern L. Cllne, over 21 of Belleville, Kan. (issued in Fairbury). Timothy F. Shepherd, 24 of Fairbury and Sherlyn Ann Loveioy, 19 of Omaha (issued in Fairbury). Randall L. Vogt, 21 of Plymouth and Denise Marie Troxel, 17 of Oilier (issued In Fairbury). Michael E. Blacksher, 27 of Lincoln and Lyrme A. Arnes, 21 of Lincoln (issued In Fairbury). Glen Eugene Rogers, 22 of Fairbury and Shirley Marie Reynolds, 19 of Endicott (issued In Fairbury). Raymond F. Sifuentes, 23 of Dallas, Texas and Janice E. Scherbarth, 21 of Dallas, Texas (issued in Fairbury). Who is eligible? All who are employed and are not covered by a company retirement plan. How do I save income tax dollars? You deduct the amount you save in your IRA savings plan from your adjusted gross income. Your tax liability is less. You save tax dollars. How much can I save each year? 15% of your earned income up to $1,500. How much will I save in taxes? The actual tax savings will depend upon your earned income. It will vary from individual to individual. For a person paying 22% (effective tax rate), the savings would be $330. Will I ever have to pay income tax on the money I save? Yes. When you begin drawing your retirement, you will pay tax on the money you receive. But for most retired persons, they will have double deductions and probably will be in a lower tax bracket. Both will reduce the total tax liability. Will I pay income tax on the annual increases to my retirement fund? No. All interest earned on your IRA retirement funds are free from current income tax liability. The interest earned is not included in calculating your current income taxes. I will have enough money when I retire. Why should I open an IRA savings plan? You'll save tax dollars. Each year you will pay less income tax if you save in a Beatrice National IRA savings plan. Each year you will be worth more money. Your taxes will be less. Without opening a Beatrice National IRA savings plan, you'll be paying more income taxes than you should. When can I receive my retirement plan benefits? You can start receiving payments at age 59'/ 2 , and no later than 70'/2. How do I open a Beatrice National Individual Retirement Account Savings Plan? Come into THE BANK and talk to any officer. He'll be happy to show you how to start saving tax dollars now, while you build for your retirement. What will $1,500 mean to me? This chart shows how $1,500 will build and how much you will save in tax dollars. No. Yeuru 1 5 10 15 20 Total Saved $ 1.500 7.500 15,000 22.500 30,000 Interent Burned t 116 1.925 b.O'tO 20.404 41,63;* Total Value of Your Finn $ 1,616 3,425 23.090 42.904 71,632 T»» Saving*' $ 355 2,073 5,080 9,439 15.759 •22% nfftctiun tux ratt Save tax dollars for your retirement with a Beatrice National IRA savings plan now. You expect more from the largest bank in Beatrice...and you get it! THE BA7XK... Beatrice Motional Bank Main Bank, 6th & Court • Monday-Friday 9.00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. Motor Bank 6th & Lincoln • Monday-Friday 7:30 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Saturday 8:00 A.M.-12:30 P.M. Inetallment Loan Dept., 115 So. 6th Street • Open Thurbday until 6:00 P.M. atrlc. otlonal oak lancltru I trust co. Member FOIC

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