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New owners change II Nixon spends evening Hospital Report Call on Potomac Wednesday, June 5, 1974 Columbus, Nebraska The Columbus Telegram -- 11 letters on NTV stations -KEARNEY,' Neb. ' (AP)-The new owners of the four'NTV Network stations have an- nounced immediate changes in the call letters of, the four tele- vision properties. · KHOL TV, channel 13, licens- ed in 1953 to Kearney-Holdrege, has become KHG1 TV. The ini- tials -are those of Kearney, Hastings- and Grand Island, the three major areas served by the station; KHPL. TV; qhannel 6, Hayes . Center, has become KWNB TV. The call letters represent West- ern Nebraska Television; defin- ing the large area served by the station. KHTL TV, channel 4, Superi- or, has become KSNB TV. The call letters represent the Kan- sas-Nebraska area served by the station. KH(}L TV, channel 8, Albion- Columbus-Norfoik, has · become KCNA TV, with toe call letters representing those three cities. NTV Executive Vice Presi- dent and General Manager James Johnson . said the net- work plans complete renovation of. the NTV studios, the pur- chase of new equipment and the addition of new employes fa the near future. 'Johnson also announced the appointment of Linda Johnson as community relations, direc- tor for the network. She for- merly served as a secretary for the stations. The network 'was . officially transferred from'the Bi-States Co. to NTV Enterprises, Inc., . last Friday. Officers of the new company are John Payne, pres- ident; John Crowky, vice presi- dent; Alan Otdfather, treasur- er,- and Charles Cfldfattwr, sec- retary. · - Pavne is manager of Payne- Larson Furniture in Kearney, Crbwley is president of Geyer- man's, Inc., of Hastings, Alan Oldfatber is president of the First National BaHk of Kearney and Charles OWfather is a Lin- coln attorney. WASHINGTON (AP) - Pres- ident Nixon has spent another evening on the Potomac aboard the presidential yacht Sequoia. Nixon dined aboard the ves- sel Tuesday with While House "Chief of Staff Alexander M. Haig Jr., Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and.a Kis- singer aide, Brig.. Gen. Brent Sconc'roft. A spokesman said the group discussed the Mideast situation and Nixon's upcoming trip lo Moscow. The President has dined aboard the yacht several times in recent weeks. American herds of Black Angus produced 3 5 0 , 9 1 0 purebred calves in 1972. B*hltn Community H**pit»l Admi«i«rw: Denise B e h 1 e , Mrs. Kalhryn Krzycki, Mrs. El- sie Mazuch, Mrs. Mary Justus, Columbus. DismitMli: Lori C i m_p 1, Suzanne Davidson, Bety Tisa, Mrs. Lennart Jorgensen, Jerald Knight, Mrs. Dennis Svehla, Columbus; Come Masek, David City. REBOZO SALE KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) - Charles G. "Bebe" Hcbozo, Key Biscayne banker and close friend of President NixonJ has sold his Key West-based Mon- roe Land and Title Co. for an undisclosed amount, according to the buyer. Gay favors inspection of 57 phone companies LINCOLN, Neb. (API-Ne- braska Public Service Commis- sioner Duane Gay said Tuesday lie favors random, unannounced inspections of the state's 51 telephone companies lo assess the quality of service. Gay said such an approach would be more effective in spotting trouble areas than a proposal pending before the commission' requiring the tele- phone conmpanies to make an- nual performance reports on service. He said the advantage of the inspection approach is that the commission would be relying on data gathered by its own staff instead of information pro- vided by Hie firms when it con- siders changes in rates and service. · . ~~ The commission already has taken steps in this direction, he said, by ordering a $5,000 piece of equipment which can analyze a company's perform- ance. Meanwhile, the Nebraska Telephone Association has writ- ten the PSC expressing opposi- tion to the proposal requiring each company lo document the quality of its service. Edwin J. Kinigan, executive vice president of the associ- ation, called the annual reports excessively expensive and un- warranted in light o[ the num- ber of complaints. Kinigan said "as our tech- nicians worked on the problem, the difficulties of designing a standard reporting approach became more and more appar- ent, The industry therefore lakes the position lhat no fur- ther reporting on service stand- ards is desireable." ·TOOLEYS FAMOUS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS LARRY WILLIAMS of Hw Ne- briika.Satoy Patrol was honor- ·d by Knights of Columbus Council No. 938 as Law Officer of the Month. An investigator for the Patrol's criminal di- vision': he has been in law en- forcement eight years. Larry and his wife, Jeannine, have two uxis, and are members of First United ^Methodist Church. His hobtes include golfing, hunting and fishing. Grand jury will get evidence of alleged hoax HALLANDALE, Fla. (AP) -- A federal grand jury will soon get evidence in connection with an alleged extortion hoax in the case of a hanker who claimed he was kidnaped and held for ransom, police say. James Longo, Hallandale chief" of police, sakl Tuesday the FBI had-lo!d him thai the case of Albert. Dantzkr, . 4 3 , would' be presented to a grand jury in .-Fort Lauderdale this week or next. "The direction of the evi- dence points to extortion and Hie criminal filing of a false re- port to the police," Longo said. On April 10, Danlzler tele- phoned associates at the City National Bank of Hallandale, north of Miami, saying he was being held for $60,000 ransom. He gave directions for deliv- ering the money and .was not. heard from until the next day, when he showed up in nearby Fort !,auderda]e. He told polkc there that Ire eluded his abduc- tors by jumping into the Atlan- tic Ocean from a small boat and swimming to shore. The ransom was never paid. 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