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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 3, 1946, Beatrice, Nebraska                                THE TEMPERATURES Yesterdays High 43 Low Hlph Year Low Year Ago 18 BEATRICE DAILY SUN THE WEATHER NEBRASKAKANSAS Partly If You Didnt See It In The Sun It Didnt Happen Member of the Associated Press LUME XLIV FEBRtTABY 1946 lOW HE SEES Groundhog saw Ills shadow and tradition says that means six weeks of Thirteen 20 Missing In Old Home Fire Aged Persons Trapped In Jennings Hall At Cleve Ohio After ANNOUNCE P R O B E Youths Named o City Office Jobs the world with emphasis on war torn Have Theme for Week The local are taking part in national Boy Scout week which begins Iganization offices in one of the February 8 and continues through lost drastic shakeups this city j the following Is ever I Tnenie of the week is Scouts of Immediately after installation i WorldEuilcling Together and new officers plan to start on locM bQyR flre in world fellowship I Gerald Eden will succeed Bert lanuing as mayor of the City of fcatrice it was announced day by local scout I Eden and 16 fellow scouts will Ike over all city and many civic SPEAKER ROCLAMATION During the week of February we will pay tribute to our oy Scouts here in Beatrice and the United States find the This is Boy Scout when we acclaim contribution of Scouting to tur national and community In these days of Scouts will continue to be in the fore in worthwhile commun ity and patriotic projects which part of the Scout program tor We are proud of the tine record made by our Scouts Vnd we look with confidence to heir future Bert proclaim Feb haary 814 Scout Week in the City of fficial The public will kept fully informed on all im prtant spokesmen for mayorelect stated yesterday in I news The entire list of officials was lined to office on a platform pledged world cooperation the resetablishing and strength two ways the for rebuilding scouting in lands ravaged by war and Shirts Off Our the gathering of literature and other material for troops that are luarting in foreign Parents are invited to attend a series of Parents Nights and courts of honor scheduled for troops 225 and 226 on 11 troops 222 and 223 13 and troop 224 on Assisting Eden in the city gov ernment will be Wayne city treasurer Rodney com missioner of public works Vern city clerk John Krous city engineer John street commissioner Leslie Kle chief of police Harold Rob fire cnief Glen city attorney Bill light and water office Dick chair man of park board Donald Von 2 Thirteen aged persons were knowr dead and 20 were missing tonight in an explosion and ensuing fire which engulfed the tarpaper anc thin walls of Jennings Hall a Catholic home in suburban Gar Cield Sister May director of the sisters of the Holy ad ministrators of the said th blaze destroyed all records of the home but four hours after th fire broke out at EST 29 of the 62 occupants were known to have Probe Will Be Made Coroner Samuel Gerber o Cuyahoga county reported th known dead as but Jame Nash of the Garfield Heights po lice department said he helped car ry out the bodies of 13 Gerber also announced a thor ough investigation of the blaze would be Loss was reckoned by Elmer second assistant fire chief of at The one story structure was completed June and named for Gilbert late pastor of Agnes Catholic who left the bulk of his estate for erec tion of the of the aged Residents in the home perished wTTen they be came hysteriacl and resisted res cue Sister Hyacinth re She gave this account of the the centurys fourth ma or disaster in greater I was in my office and the nuns were having prayer period in a neighboring building when I heard the I rushed in to the hall The smoke was so dense 1 couldnt see my hands in front of I rang a bell to alert the house and then tried to help get occupants In two minutes after the everything was on Heat Is Intense The sisters felt they would suf but kept trying to pull the occupants out of their I didnt see any flames because the Connecticut Area Suggested For UNO Home Kenneth superin tendent of Topeka is to be speaker at the annual chamber of commerce February Finish Plans For CCMeet Tickets Go OnSale Tomor row McFarland Speak On To chairman of library board j smoke wag so thick but the neat Jim police judge Donnj wag intense president of chamber of i one pOOm l saw a woman commerce Willard presi vvaiting calmly while firemen tried nf Tnhn 1 free denl of junior chamber John Hen chairman retailers board and Richard secretary of ping of scout troops throughout chamber of ine Coyotes See No Labor IhotAtFilley Law For While Hunters Gel Good Start On A Busy Hunt Wolf ICoyote hunters brought down le of the sheep and poultry kill between Filley and Adams yes getting another busy wolf nt weekend off to a propitious including 7 coyotes killed in the llnceton hunt a week and It included in previous sterdays hunt north of Filley seasons total bag for area to 186 Hunts to Jy are expected to bring the to over ive hunts are now scheduled this area Details on ost of them have already been They include hunts in pgan township in the vicinity in the Swanton lymouth area and near I Yet another hunt will be staged in Richland Jef rson Assembly for this will be at Coopers station in Trucks carrying hunt to the lines will leave at foceeds are to go to the March The scheduled to Dye at 2 will be elvy to the east Bower road two miles east of highway 2 miles north of Fair fry the river road one and a half miles east of Roundup will be at the Ichland Center FOR CONFERENCE Congress Leaders Expect Weeks To Pass Before Leg islation 2 JP Congressional leaders said today they expect several haps elapse before any strikecontrol legislation actually goes on the Strategically placed members of both majr who de clined to permit use of their expressed that view to a The house expects to pass some sort cf bill next If it fol lows the lines of the case measure now under the leaders the senate is likely to go slowly in making up its and in the approve t less string ent bill than the house Then will come an effort to reach a Frequently that is a long Republicans Support Bill Sponsors of the case measure hope for house passage They may not get a vote before Most republicans and a substantial bloc of southern democrats are That became evident in two days of warm debate this The bill would create a federa mediation board to help settle dis putes and ban strikes or lockouts during a 30day cooling off It would allow wider use of court injunctions against work ers or permit civil ssuits for violation of laborman agement contracts and outlaw vio lence in Just as firemen were a bout to reach her hair burst into flame and she AIR TRAGEDY AFTERMATH ELK 2 bodies of four of the 21 victims of a United Air Lines plane crash on Elk Mountain were brought down by dog sled The men who made the gruel ling climbfell exhausted on the ground at the completion of the Airlines officials planned to return for the other bodies Members of the party said all of the bodies had not been found but expressed the belief that they could be located tomor The Dawns Early is the title of a talk to be given by Kenneth at the an nual chamber of commerce February The talk is to center around the theme of the Education it Affects your superintendent of Topeka has won acclaim as a speaker for his ability to blend inspiration and good He holds a doctors degree from Stanford Sale of tickets for the meeting will get under way February Chairmen William Weigel and William McKissick If you are not contact ed by the ticket committee reser vations must be made by February 7 at the chamber More than seventy teachers have already made their They will attend as The teachers also be allowed to bring their or tickets must be secured in advance afcthe chamber office for those of teachers families in terested in The ladies of Johns Luth eran church will serve dinner at in the auditorium basement Music will be furnished by th high school President Bau er will review 1945 five new members will be elected to the and the junior chambei award for the outstanding youn man of 1945 will be Greenwich Stamford Area Recommended New York As Interim BE PERMANENT SITE NEW 2 40 to 50square mile tract of land on the New YorkConnecticutt border was recommended today as choice for the site of an interna tional city in which the United Nations would establish headquar New York City was suggested interim headquarters until the international capital was con The recommendations were made in a 35page report by a UNO site committee to the United Nations general assembly in Recommend Hyde Park Stoyan commit tee said at a news con ference at the Waldorf Astoria that the report also recommended Hyde and the Blue hills and north shore areas near Boston as possible sites for the permanent headquarters of the United He said Boston and Atlantic City had been recom mended as alternates for the in terim In where the site selec lion was made known simultan eously with the announcemen the general assembly planned to hear the recommendations for Appears Army And Navy Conspired To Blot Out TipOff On Jap Attack Joan Theobald Wins DAR County Essay Test Joan Beatrice high school won the Good Citi zenship contest sponsored by the ADMITS MURDERING DAUGHTER SAFFORD Bases Charge Disappearance Of Messages Captain Insists He Had Decoded Jap PICKED UP 4TH mally Tuesday and expected fina action by the 51nation body with in a When the site committee began inspecting the territory within 8 miles of New York City four week Gavrilovic said we hav in mind a city built as Washing ton was built more than 100 year only on not such a big Will Get Fair price Such a city would displace a first about persons now livin in parts of two Connecticut and four New Sork towns and cause the dismantling of some of the palatial estates which dot the rolling country of the The center of the area is 35 runes from New York For many years wealthy New Yorkers have maintained fashionable es tates in the The United Naiions headquarters would cover some of Stamford and of North Castle and Pound Clothing Sent To Lutherans In Europe Nearly one thouasnd pounds of two huge sacks of shoes and six cases of canned foods all donated by members of Pauls Lutheran Church of this were shipped to the Lutheran World The European Relief Clothing and Food Campaign was spon sored by Pauls Walther Lucile chair The clothing and food Frank Grand and his pause before entering courtroom where he pleaded guilty on charge of murdering his Dorothy in The minister signed over all his property and savings to Siple before entering the Darlan Joined Hitler Plan Against England By Daniel de Luce 2 French Deputy Jean Darlan joined Hitler in scheming to destroy the British empire in 1941 and pledged Syria as a nazi supply base in a pros pective Battle of official records of the German foreign showed The assembled by the American prosecution for the nazi war crimes trial here but not in troduced as indicated the sharpfaced admiral was induced to commit Vichy to the nazi cause by vague promises that France would gain third place in the new world order planned by Hitler and who was violently anti was assassinated in Al Africa under an arrangement with An arch colla borator with the he went over to the side of the allies after his capture in the surprise invas ion of North Plot Backfires The German documents Nu ernberg confirmed British charges Vichy plotting during the cial spring when the British em pire lifeline through the Meditei ranean was all but severed by the first campaign of Nazi Field Mar shal Erwin in North Af rica and the nazi lightning war in the Elizabeth Montague chapj has been donafed during the Blue Springs Blaze Razes Machine Shop The Suns Own Service BLUE completely destroyed the Heve lone Machine shop on highway 77 here this Damage was estimated at The frame building and contents were partial ly covered by Ray Heve Paint in which tools were being dipped was believed to have been ignnited by a spafk starting the according to fire depart ment Flames from the machine shop rolled over a house which stands 100 feet from the machine shop but firemin played water on the building to keep it from Ruins of the machine shop were still smouldering late The Wymore fire department aided the local ter with an What can students do to promote better racial The con test was held Saturday moraing at the high Other Gage coun ty contestants were Norma Shal Odell and Frances Vir Miss Theobald will enter an essay for state Her winning essay appears on page past six weeks will be distributed among needy Lutherans in Eu Grain Black Market Menaces Bread Supply 2 A growing black market in grain threatens the nations bread dup Senator Butler rNEB de clared In introducing a resolution for immediate investigation of such operations affecting agricul tural I have began to receive wires and letters from millers and other buyers who say it is almost im possible to buy a carload of Don Hawley Files For County Register Deeds Donald Hawley filed day for nomination on the repub lican ticket for the office of regis ter of entered the register of deeds office as deputy in Octo He held this position until early in when he was appointed acting register of deeds in the absence of Dean who is on leave of absence while in military Hawley is a gradaute of Seward high school and has been a resident of Beatrice since But Darlans plotting French patriots kept the British alerted regarding his and occupation of Syria by British and free French forces started just one month after Darlan was re with 2 Safford told Pearl Har bor investigators today that there is the appearance of a war and navy department conspiracy to blot out receipt of a tipoff on war with The naval in charge of Intelligence in naval communica tions in based his assertion on what he described as the dis appearance of records on messages intercepted by east coast radio monitoring stations for the month of The Japanese hit the Pacific base Says He Intercepted Message In disagreement with numerous earlier insisted He had seen an intercepted arid decoded Japanese thrfee days before the which in cluded the words east Those under a Japanese code known would have adi vised Tokyos agents abroad of a break with the United Safford asserted that such a message was picked up by the station on and at least 20 officers knew about 7 Why would any of these offi cers de cover up that message so people wouldnt know Japan was about to commence war1 manded the committees Seth Richjirjlsonf It is human to try to cover tip a Safford Safford said I prefer not to an swer a question as to whether tie now believed that General George wartime chief of directed destruction of the giers on while he ported to have signed up was serving as civil head of French McNtJTT IN 2 council of foreign ministers or leir deputies in London probably Jill set May 15 as the date for tening of the 21nation peace Inference in it was learned Iliably VATICAN GETS CLEANING VATICAN 2 Hundreds of trained workmen are busily engaged giving Ehe vati can a thorough cleaning and over hauling in preparation for consis tories creating 32 which will be held beginning ane to Land Patient Airport Today Beatrices municipal airport plays a new role today when serves as a landing field for Joseph a a Gage coun resident many years is linjr flown from San In ambulance will be waiting at jie airport to transport him to the An uncle of Ladd and Ernest and a brother of Fannie Henzel of yeafs ago moved from farm near Virginia to Ca He was visiting in San Antonio recently when he was taken seriously He is being1 brought Beatrice so he can be nearTUs relatives and old abnormal barter told a Butler Lower Long Distance Rates From Beatrice Reduction of telephone rates for interstate calls of distances be tween 340 and were announced local telephone office They are in effect Typical of the rate reductions are San down from to Salt Lake to to to New York to and to These rates are on stationtosta tion calls during the Reduc tions in night rates have also been Calls to points within the state or less than 341 miles distant are not For the rates to Kansas North Platte and Topeka are not to be Feb 2 Paul high commission er to the arrived to or on an day and said there is urgent need that congress act immediately to provide war relief for the I seek quick action on the essen tial legislation which must be passed before the Philippines can get rehabilitation under McNutt said in a Name Local Attorney To State Committee Harry Beatrice attorn was reappointed by the Ne braska supreme court to the 18th district of state committee on inquiry which investigates com plaints against Joseph Falls and Wilber were ap pointed new members of the com according to Associated VETS DUB Associated Press More than returning vet erans on 23 transports are sched uled to arrive today at one east coast and thiee west coast Twelve ships with men are due at New On the west eight ships with men are due at San Francisco two with at Los and one with 218 at San Steel Strike Action Delayed Truman Will Call In Men From Onlside Government To Discuss 2 federal action on the steel strike was put off tonight at least past the weekend with announcement by a White that President Truman will call in men from outside the government to discuss that and other economic affairs next The announcement followed day long conferences between the pres ident and his highest advisers on in which the official said the entire situation was You cant divorce the steel strike from the nations general was the answer to a question as to whether the steel strike had been in the No Conclusive Results The official yaid there were no conclusive results from todays His report followed the days second White House visit by Sec retary of the Treasury Vinson and Secretary of State both former directors of war mobiliza Vinson and Byrnes were in the presidents office for two hours earlier in the They returned late this first Byrnes for a half hour alone with Tru man during which foreign affairs were gone then Vinson to join them for another half hour on domestic SoldierWife Plan Changed War Department Hastens To Include Wives Of All Sol diers In 2 The war department hastened vto day to put all service wives on the same footing when it comes to joining their in the oc cupational Wives of corporals and sergeants were given equal rights those of commissioned offi master and first technical sergeants and staff ser who already had been of Had ThirdHand Report He said he had had a thirdhand report to that effect and reluct antly told about it a naval in ciuirv made last year by Richardson said flatly he didnt believe there was any such mes The counsel suggested that If there had been any destruction of copies of the the White and the armv and navy high command would have been ln They were among the few receiving copies of the secret Japanese Safford said he had never indicated White House in his t Richardson referred to his tes timony that a copy of the winds code executes message had beeaf shown to Admiral Beards Pres ident Roosevelts naval T In all cases the request that his family be permit ted to join and approval will be contingent on available food and medical The hus band also must agree to stay over seas at least a The announcing the change of plan said at present the law does not permit free transportation within the United States of dependents of the enlisted grades below staff It added a means is be ing sought to get around this The law does permit transport ing these dependents oh army ships free of charge except for The average meal charge is about 25 More ExServicemen Aided By Red Cross Showing the effect of the end of the the monthly Red Cross st home service report by executive indjr cates a great increase in the num ber of exservicemen receiving aid from the Red Cross as compared with the figures of Last January only two exser vicemen were given year the record shows 30 receiving1 In 45 army personnel and 10 navy received aid as compared with 21 army and navy this Seven civilians were aided last January and only one this STARTS TODAY Flue fire department answered a call to the Arthur Sonderegger 1617 Court last night to extinguish a flue Damage was T r Germans Broke Atomic Emergy In 1941 CLOSING GROCERY STORE Tbe Sniis Own Service BLUE 23 years in the business Wilson is closing his He will continue as Blue Springs 2 UP of Germanys leading a tomic scientists said today Ger many knew the secret of harness ing atomic enWgy in but was industrially and financially power less to apply the discovery in pro ducing Otto director of the Kaiser WLhelm Institute of Chem istry in and Werner director of the Kaiser Wiihelr Tnjtitute of told in an intervkw of Germanys a who with his cowork search work on nuclear energy ers recently returned to Germany from England where they were taken soon after the wars re ceived the Nobci prize for chemis try last The which he won n 1944 but could not accept because of the presented to him for discovery of a method of freaking the heavy atom won the 1932 Nobel prize for He was tomic experiments during the head of the German scientific re during the He told his story When the war Harm and myself along with other sci entists were called in by German military officials and asked what we thought the possibility was on producing an atomic Concerned Over Discovery They were extremely that America or England would make the bomb and use it against Germany with the publication ofHahns the secret was We we must first do research to see if atomic energy could be captured under the fission process of i By the end of we com pleted an energy machine and further experiments proved conclusively that wft win atomic power frqni uranium Thus we had the secret of nesting atomic energy but unable to apply it b ages of manpower i U Meet Vic recently 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