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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 10, 1932, Beatrice, Nebraska                                PAGE FOTJK BEATRICE DAILY SUN Beatrice May 1932 BEATRICE DAILY SUN by n 31 North Fifth f Kirrrrl n Ic n trrond clnss of Associated TrfFS Is rxchi lo 1h use for ro jn of nil now rtistiBtrhos o H or rot otherwise in tin rnprr i Vkbs of puberal ion of c hfri in nro fliso rc By mail t l Vrrrt er HIS Hoover received many messacos of congratulation from nil river country on his demand that congress expedite the business nf providing sufficient revenue for the It an issue of the people against delays find destruf ivelegiMMion which im pair the credit of the United the president It if also irsue between the peo ple ncd the locust swarm of lobby IP s ho haunt the halls of con gres seeking selfish privilege for Fpfrinl Hoover has been in H posi tion to see the danger to the na tion in the powerful Influence of groups seeking selfish ends In leg witnessed the fixing tariff schedules at exorbitant levels to satisfy certain and he was powerless to prevent of congressmen to lob 1vit He has seen the prohibitionists hold a club over the of threatening political death to the man who dis obeyed He has seen the pol lUrnl schemers extract a halfbil lion dollars from the public treas ury for farm He has seen two billion dollars carried nway to feed to sick He seen various interests striving to incorporate tariff measures in a revenue and has witnessed the hammering of special groups to certain tax specifications el Perhaps the president has been wanting to cry out against all these intruders In the peoples af fairs but was able to bring himself to the striking point only after most of them had got what they He may have been trying to lock the stable before the horse was But his courage fin ally came to and a harassed people If he succeeds in driving the locust swarms of lobbyists from the halls of con press perhaps they will stay away until they get hungry The Journal fayt A dejected whom had seen pacing the street for two hours Monday fin filly confessed that he merely had been trying to think of something mean to say about There i something wrong about that it In the first it wouldnt take anybody two hours to think of somethingcaustic to say abou the And besides there isnt any such thing these days as a dejected Rippling Rhymes ISy Walt TH1 KVSOK Given much In in the palmy days f won reputation preity n All the hrrmds of in he with the vonni ind on stern every hour of every Thouch by friends of he never and the that vere forbidden wore Vo t limps he ist lie riiinddcrrd virtue an absurd and and his aspei disdain ul when he viewed t Thus he no evil spnred while his VMS in its bloom till the scar ed him with a y of Ml once he quit his rs when hat ukase harshly rind hes readingpious in a hermits gloomy Cid are and thryre rvail d with dread all Hie places ire orsaken where he used to paint things Xow somewhat to boasting of his present sterling and wo find him roundly ronsting all follies of his In his talk there is no lity for the sins he once enjoyed evervthing thats gay and witty hould wiped out and destroy All the yuiingcr folk are head el for ovc for he finds that they are weddvl to the things he once There s nothing in the doc trine he provides he rstrong for methods he would have the sinners It is sad when men abandon vices fiesvo and fev ered and the plaform that they stand on has no mercy in it All is stern denunciation for the boys who trek iIons in the vale of in the land of Things Gone accomplishing his outlined econo Bryan and his legislature were elected at the same Hoover was elected with a republican house of representatives having a republican majority but lost the majority during his term of Just Folks Bjr Onoatt The Falls City Journal was quite Incensed because the authentic have been unable to appehend follow in Richardson county who brapeed that he never did buy a motor car license and that he does nt Intend Nobody seems to tell the fellows isnt so Perhaps The Journal is letting people kid The man may not own a motor Van Winkle never The Liberty Journal is now fifty yenrs That is much longer than most newspapers havebeen to Fifty years ago this wcstTn country was for CTiTtorn money was coming out here to develop the For a many years now western has been going east to de velop industry Intoxicated city firemen should be arrested like ordinary faici the Omaha fire cm learningthat several firemen had been staggering out of a Maybe they were just tanking up on A Brown farmer has a way of economizing which ught to appeal to members of He went to Falls City t io other and persuaded the watchmen to lock him up in for the although the advised him to go to a ho The next morning the fellow lined for intoxication and tor possession of and ie In Nebraska we have a demo cratic governor and a republican while nationally we lave a republican president and a house of rcpresenta To be consistent those who WL J blame Bryan for not rcduc nt more than he hasdone aiao blame Hoover for aot Out Our Wa By Williams OUT OtHAR Atsl1 DO Best MESS SHED AGREE Tvl THE UPPER ROOM FATHERS What do you do when a young fel low comes And sits in the parlor and twiddles his Or settles himself in your favorite chair And acts just as though hed a right to there When you know very well why hes hanging Do you call a policeman and have him thrown out When you come home at five for a prodinner nap And you find on the sofa that dreamyeyed And four times a though expenses youd The maid sets a place the table for Where he ogles your daughter the whole mealtime through Tell you what is there to do When mother keeps saying the young mans all But youre certain yourself that hes not very And you dont like his his collar or Is it wise to start warfare youre certain to lose When he borrows your car and your Is there something to stop this n father can do I know whats on foot and I seem to recall A father to whoa I no thought at I was after and would be or When I entered I though he should get up and So 1 fancy when young men are prompted to woo There is not very much that a fa ther can tMLM IS AlfiJtT BY BOSTON K May 10 V Host on police are holding lianklin arrested hero April ponding a hearing on liarges oi usingthe rnaila to Ho is wanted in and Lincoln May 10 Franklin Linton hild in Bo don for postal indileii here several years i and tcncocj to jail tor iiud by He disappeared after givinj a sub stantial and has been sought since The complaint he repre sented himself a salisiiian and and drew cd pay from several firms without givinsr anything1 in IKpleaded guilty to the Bones in Horses Body The number of bones in theholy of a honse Is hlmewliat ac cording to whether the tecth or cer tain parts nf the skull nnrl por tions of the body iro Itvlndcd us separate Thorp nro niately 215 honos in a hirsrs skele ton or If the arp afl 2 Back to the treadmill after a so journ of several days in Missouris famous water I find the old home town not much Ar abella has presented us with eight tiny but that blessed event was and the expected things do not make the hottest Each chick has a stripe down his She seems elated with her bolt of lightning the other night shattered I questions serve to bringforth ani Uwers which stiMiiihtoTi the whole v Sltc1 as hol at an afterthe thing As we proceed through for a slap nltlp H cost we all accumulate a group W him ssevcral During the incidents which we counl worthy1 estlvo tnrlntara the honored i of In the younger years uest PIeaded a headache and ex men embroider the story with fea tures supplied by the j but as they become their life history falls into a certain patlern and Ihey seldom It is restful to the hearer to fol low a familiar watching for variations from the last telling which perhaps was heard several years It is a sign of matur ity in a man when he sticks to the details of lhe story of a given in cident in his He has tried different ways of telling it and fin ally has settled down to one ccr a large tree on the lawn of a Lain form of yers North Fifth street A banker on Sixth street said he would not like to have his prem ises a target for but lots of churches have been known to be struck by As we drove through Buruchard and I saw the sign on the coal bin tellingthe world Burchards proud boast that Harold Lloyd is a native son of that I recalled my suggestion of a few days ago that we find out what are the movie possibilities of some of our own young That Burchard sign also bears the information that Beatrice is only 30 miles Be at rice giving a second Norma Shearer to the world would be no more extraordinary than Burchard producing the foremost male com edian of the silver matter must be looked This The pardon given the four con victed persons in the Hawaiian killing appears to meet with gen eral In the same I read about Al Capone being put behind iron bars for a term of elev en years for neglecting to pay in come It would seem out of place to imprison anyone bearing such a name as Granvillc Fortes simply isnt Excelsior Springs in front of the a couple of boys were doing a thriving singing as they shined shoes for cents per Perhaps that is one thing that is the mailer with bus not enough singing and cheerfulness about The price of a is back to the preboom but the boys didnt go about advertising that they were work ing at depression They did say a thing about hard They threw in something extra with their work and many of Ihe customers showed their apprecia tion by throwing in something ex tra when they Senator Borah made a notable speech in the deploring the of leadership in the govern enurnorating Ihe hardships of the masses and declaring for re duced armaments and for remon herself to lie down What she really did was to call up her boy friend in London for an hours charging the bill to her While calling on this same bach elor a messenger delivered a gor geous silk house robe which he im mediately donned for a breakfast he was to pal II was quite a I always save things like that for Thingumbubs Fonlaine Fox us ually catches cold after a hair The late Louis Sherrys favor ite dish was white bean Will Johnstone makes faces NEW May Manhat tan has innumerable lonesome They TO particularly not icable in those aristocratic areas running eastward off Fifth avenue in the 50s and Life seems to run leaving an atmos phere of gray Such desolation is heightened by those forbidding iron grills block ing entrances for hoi Cur tains are usually down and at night only chinks of light splatter the Residents seldom They bowl up instead in quietly purring And quickly Just now such arc bleaker than Occupants feel the blight of withering dividends and bond That diffusing warmth of com mon woo so pronounced among middle class folk is never Along such streets there is an in clination to tiptoe and Sometimes at a stiff butler with lifts the portcullis and lowers the draw bridge to put This is about the only canvassers approach ihe aloof for long experience has taught them of certain I am told there are where a resident may be ac quainted with a single neighbor on the Once in a while at win dows will be seen a face of patri cian chiseling as though seekinga fleeting glimpse of a world cut The effect is During summer months tho houses are boarded while dwellers flit from one European spa to an Only the caretaker puffing his pipe in the gloom of a Every mansion is filled with treasures in a tangle of burglar Patrolmen dislike loneliness of while Irvin Cobb wears a wrist watch wrong side Montgomery Flagg drew the first comic strip Nerv Peggy Hoyt always car ries an extra pair of stockings in her Lee Olwel keeps seven dogs at his lownhouse Paul White man is a crack riflo At a mixed dinner recently a gentleman late in the evening in formed me some one at the gath ering was a drug He de duced it from fresh candle drip pings in the Candles are used to sterilize spoons holding At the same party the author of an incredibly dirty book boasted his tome was a best Such bleats bring out the Cornstock in and with the fluttery laugh of uncertain social instincts I twitter ed Why not a best smeller 1932 McFadden appeared In the ear of the chamber and started down the center Someone saw him and let out a Oth ers took it both He took his seat first on the re publican side and then walked over to the Democrats on all sides grasped his It be came necessary to greet with both His face flushed and smiling in he finally sat down and started the duties of a con gressman Just where he had left Sundown Stories DEDICATE SITE OF KED CLOUD AGENC1 with add egg and Toss soft dough onto floured board or Pat out dough until 1L inch Cut into Iinch Arrange on top chicken Bake 20 minutes in moderate Serve in dish in which Celery Seed Dressing 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1 teaspoon onion juice 6 tablespoons sugar 5 tables spoons lemon juice 1 cup salad oil 1 teaspoon celery seed Mix ingredients in wide mouthed After that a service Cork and shake for several wns hpld at lhe cottonwood tree When ready to shake bottle well and pout over the salad ingredients which have been arranged on May 10 Descendants of Red famoui chief of the Sioux pioneers of lhe west and other interested in frontier participated in the dedication yesterday of a monu men on the site of the old Red Cloud agency near The monument was erected by the Chadron chapter of the and a greatgranddaughter of the chief unveiled Jim Red grandson of the was as were other cast of here where Sioux chieftains and government officials signed the Black Hills treaty in Wild By Mary Graham Bonner I like to make mud Peg gy answered the but 1 dont believe Id care for a mud It would be harder to get i he mud off me than it would off because of your shelly agreed the but follow me now and Ill lead vou along a forest trail and then point the way you should go if you want to visit the wild The children traveled on alone after having been given their di When they came near the wild pigs they thought they had never seen so many animals at a They all grunted and squealed John and Wel come to the home of the wild known as the Collared Peccary said I know some of your barnyard they the barnyard is all right for our but we like wandering over deserts in the southwest part j of your country and through the j Mexican forests or our warm for ests We find so many delicj ious nuts and such a fine variety of Do you like to have your backs scratched Peggy Adore simply they said in squealing John i and Peggy each got a strong stick In Nulihell After burying the hatchet j mark the Surveyors Link In surveyors measure a link to bu Cant Marry A tvtnlng fill from her crrcntrio Crattnn takm ticorrito It t veil away from a dinner pnrti irith cousin Gtirth find Kydrr bit Jirr interest in Jirr work from mindinri iha ffie is so her jnh that shn cannot tn marry Eddie itJiom she becavso Matching trill flra iraman worlnnn lor dim tcfn Georgia not Ihnt the in inidrr of lr iig thy sntircc of rae of Matching nnj 1 in ifn to thn finilfi irAOrt Croze FWrtti Crtornic a rtisv his employer Hint he s attending inp Arririna Mutt tpreinl the the backs of as peccaries as they and scratched many collared They ere much larger than their barnyard with fine tusks and coarse black and white But now they said some oth er cousins were expecting a visit from the so John and Peggy wandered Beatrice In The Past Chapter 5 YES OR NO footman greeted Gnorcie deferentially and to py the while she took the Ftert at the main staircase nt a She did not slow down until he gained a bedroom nt the hvk of tha upper hall and was throw Ing her cicaV on to the On the hack nf tho door hung overall of dark linen and this leather helmet made hit head smaller hut hs leather flung added width to his already massive The room vl brnterl faintly as ho bore down upon in office dear hoy she put the desk twoen them but her eyes hung iinon plorylng In his height tall as sho overtopped her by I wondered if youd ho here 1 suppose yUre flyinp with thatf She tonrhod tho finished My orders wero just a Old Mans in a devils me up when he yaps me like that Cant think hiw you stick I dont let him get on my she smiled her eonlident smile and Eddie Town senl fcmilcil hack at They each ojher Each felt in the other a reckless an almost animal Joy In effort and V11 dnt let anything get on ynnr flo you Only on it sight too Spoiling ay Cieorgifl whisked over the gleaming i you and Its got to apricot of her The overall I mean Look I nas made long but a gleam of vclj reckoned on getting a word with Will you marry me In a day or tsvo Or shall I forget you Washington Day Book What the country i swank such exile is nocds is more money and an easier preferred to isolation in the oul for people to gel it so they firs on Christmas day they can pay their said lhe arc The Old Fiddler probably j In many receive morn in a lump got a thrill from reading Borahs I sum than the them the for they are very near lo greement upon the money ques People who Old fid as an impractical monetary cheme will have to think up some real arguments before they push oenator Borah I i you have been on a num ber of trips with one person and have listened to his narrations of events which make up his life his you get pretty well acquaint ed with the various Some people might find it tiresome to hear a certain group of reminis cences over and over but I find it interesting as I make a cheekup to if a given lory svill follow the same lines that it followed when I last heard Occasionally there diE hut a few well entire OO John Ringling never fails to watch the hazardous exploits of a group of five wirewalkers with his circus who perform f0 feet up on i a single strand without a Yet he always turns away quickly when in a pyramided peak they looter in a breathless Then there is the woodenly in articulate Hugo who is flung in a crazy sprawl entirely across the arena from the mouth of a booming Hugos love for his art is an epic in His season earnings are spent in glittering paraphernalia for dud ing up his Kilvered The boom is H An electric spring cUtapults OO By Herbert Plummer thrills some members of congress more perhaps lhan to see a practically read out of his party by the bosses for something he has vindi cate himself at the polls back home by being There for the caso of Louis McFadden o f LOUIS MCFADDEN i t will be is the redfaced republican who accused President last December on the floor of the house during debate on the of fieling out to Stripped of his patronage pow pointedly ignored by the White House for a breakfast conference for obvious reasons and by unani mous and subjected to scathing denunciation from his col McFadden seems to have rather drab prospects for the fu In the words of Senator Reed of Pennsylvania at the time Wo intend to to all prac tical purposes as though McFadden had Gets Tho ilal Hand Apparently the voters of his district agreed with When the votes wsre counted in the pri mary McFadden had amassed some more than had But it was the reception accord ed him informally on the floor of tho house when he returned to Washington which probably meant tho most to The house was meeting in night Twenty Years Ago The Sabbath School Workers convention for the sixth district met at the United Brethren The ladies of the church served luncheon to the Bnatrice opened the Mink league soaaon wilh a narrow 3 to 2 win over The budget to raise money to advertise the city of Beatrice had massed the The goal had been set at A heavy rainfall visited this section of the The rainfall vas accompanied by strong winds and fharp No damage was Ten Years Ago Members of the BittingNorman American and the Womens Auxiliary were to attend an impressive Mothers day cere mony at the First Baptist Kilpatrick presented the local Mason lodge a gavel which he secured while on a tour of Asia Dalbey said on returning from a trip to the The Or ient is interesting but home looks Those who made the trip wore Dalbey and Kilpatrick and Ro sanna The high school nine was to play Lincoln as an appetizer1 for the Stale league opening lhe next Fairbtiry was to be the Blues op ret still showed round her ankles you Theres uant to Sho chanced her brocade shoes for dark leather and at tho dressing tahle wiped all makeup off hor face and passed a comb through her Then sho swung out of tho room and entered the one next to as richly carpeted cur tained as tho was one of her many There was a desk with type and next lo the typewriter a transcribing ma On the just uclcr the Sho glanced Rt the Ill have to go the Instant for 1 Ill risk that the Od mans transferring me to depot for at least a And Im to go at the end of see what that girl shant see earn other for ths Its not an Im not protendinp All the Menus Of The Day greenshaded a its to long for me to go on inder of black and shiny was i whether at the end of awaited Sho Clipped it on it IJP any more willing than the pulierl a pair of earphones over her pulsed her hands upon the keyboard of her typewriter and presently was typing at great speed while the slowly UirninR on its transmitted tho faint voice you nre now to chuck your job and marry To come straight out with you marry me in a day or two so ns to have a bit of fun before I leave Or shnll I forget you Tho colden tone of her skin By Alexander George Chicken Pie Uses leftovers A Dinner Menu Chicken Pie Buttered Asparagus Bread Butter Lettuce Salad Celery Seed Dressing Chocolate Sponge Cake Coffee Chicken Serving 6 4 tablespoons butter 4 tablespoons flour 2 cups milk or stock i teaspoon salt i paprika 2 tablespoons chopped parsley 2 tablespoons chopped celery 1 tablespoons chopped pimentos IVa cups diced cooked chicken cup cooked peas Melt Add Add milk and cook until creamy sauce Stir Add rest of Pour into shallow but tered baking Crust 2 cups flour 4 teaspoons baking powder 3i teaspoon salt 5 tablespoons fat 1 egg cup milk Mix baking powder and session considering tha economy Cut in fat with Mixing of Gratton Matching into her paled a her wide mouth was Entirely phs typed From the maddening indis tinctness of the record sho knew that the document she was typing was a highly confidential The Old Man almost grunted Into his dictaphone when the matter was Ho knew in the she would bo able to make it Even if she could only hear an occasional snatch of her ex perience of him and his her and that halftelepathic intuition that rarely failed would managethe The though immensely ex was not In less than she took off the earphones and reread what she had Fixed into the surface of her desk was a which she rang three short Then she got up and walked over lo the The door opened and a young brown giant of a man came Eddie sho girl He stood smiling at very light on his feet for all his huge His slightly bloodshot eyes held that hunger for her that she adored hecause it EO profoundly disturbed His Sure you can forget me of course Im not But a fellow whos trying to forget a girl will do a lot of things to help And if you were to want to whistle mo I mightnt bo free to Sho didnt resent his standand deliver would have clono tho same in his place but although she had so much In com mon with she was shrewder than sho had studied old Patchings methods for three Meet a bluff with Hhs played for Why does ho send you to Mex ico Eddie Ho did mention something about a relation of he I think it whod been out there and Is going out Wants to take a pilot and observer out with Chaps in town now and Im to meet him in a day or But thats neither hers nor What I is your yes or I can stand up to it if its but I wont wait lor it any Julia ClettAddams Bluffing cant last and Georjiie dives Eddio her answer   

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