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   Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 14, 1947, Beatrice, Nebraska                                Temperatures 8 Yesterdays 88 Todays Low Kulnfall High Year Ago 75 Low Year Ago 67 BEATRICE DAILY SUN Weather NCBRASKAKANtA little If You Didnt See It In The Sun It Didnt Happen Member of the Associated Press VOLUME XLVI THURSDAY AUGUST 1947 Single Copy 5c 33 Missing Girl At Fairbury Returns Home Hiding Near Her Home She Got Idea From 14 Dcp tity Jefferson County Attorney Mnx Denney said today that Ardith Ann daughter of and Lester Jones of missing since had ben turned over to her parents after having given herself up to local law officers here The who had informed her parents she would run away when they insisted she accompany them on a vacation to the far ap parently had been hiding under the porch of a girl friend and has been in Fairbury at all times since she i according to i Last police gave reporters an opportunity to question the yearold youngster She j told the newsmen that the under whose home she was knew nothing of her She further states that she fully intended to surrender 5 but that a searching party com posed of 500 men had changed my During the past ten the girl explained that she had come out of hiding only during the early morning hours to hunt food and She said she got the idea for her actions from a recent mov ie shown Name Bailey Gage Tax Field Man E E Bailey of Lincoln has been named by State Tax Commissioner Robert Armstrong as his special field mar for the central which includes Gage Bailey and the other two men permanently for I western and eastern districts 01 the state will assist local assessors and county clerks in finishing up the assessment this year and pre paring for the ne next A scries of meetings will be held in September and October At which county officials will be in structed in the methods of real estate Explanation of the new assessment laws will be Wed Japanese British Turn Over Rule Of Indian State Crowds Cheer Vice r o y Violence At New Actor Chat At Night Cluh Gage County Assessor Raymond Johnson said today he had not re ceived notice of the meeting for this area He said Gage county will not require aid infinishing up its assessment this year as it is already Salaries of the fieldman will be per according to Arm which is provided by a spe cial Tcii field men were formerly employed on a temporary Frank White of exarmy officer wlrj plans to marry Pia daughter of Sithiiuro diplo AP Youth Killed Playing Game Wayne Rough Ac cidentally The Sims Own Service 14 13yearold son of and Floyd who lives southwest of accidentally hung himself last eve ning while playing accord ing to the Jefferson county sher iffs The boy had fastened the hook on a block and tackle on the gar age to a cloth around his neck and accidentally fell off the farm im plement on which he was stand breaking his His moth er found him and the sheriffs of fice was The Roughboughs live one and onehalf miles south of The boy is survived by his paiv ents and several brothers and sis The Nuckels funeral home of Fairbury is in charge cf arrange lowans Will Visit Camp At Ashland CAMP 34 Ray commanding gen eral of the 134th infantry divis ion composed of National Guard troops from Nebraska and Wilberites Relation Hurt In Car Wreck The Own Service Josie and John cf mother and broth er of Joseph Mundil of are in a hospital with injuries received Sunday in a collision near Mundil suffered broken a fractured aim and internal inj juries and her son received broken face lacerations and The Mundils were on their way to Wilber when their car collided with 14 roy Lord Mountbatten relinquish ed the reins of British power to day to the new Moslem dominion of the birth of which at midnight tonight he called an event in the viceroy declar ed in a farewell address before the Pakistan government assem two new sovereign states will take their place in the com monwealth not young nations taut heirs of an old and proud civiliza tion full independent states whose leaders are statesmen al ready k n o w n and respected throughout the world not immature or but fit to carry on their great share of responsibility for peace and progress in the Internal Strife The viceroy returns to New Del hi tomorrow to surrender British power to Hindu India and become governor general of that new dom Even as he spoke in blood was being spilled in com munal strife in where fighting between Moslems on the one hand and Sikhs and Hindus on the other reached new heights of destruction and the capital of the vast northern province which is being split between Moslem Pakistan and Hindu counted its cas ualties in the hundreds after long hours of rioting and flames swept The into Amritsar and other outlying areas of Cheering Crowds In this predominately Hindu thousands of cheering per sons lined the route from govern ment house to the constitutent as sembly waving green and white Pakistan flags as Mount batten Mahomer AH president of the Moslem league and the leading advocate for al ready has been chosen governor general of the new dominion and president of its constituent assem The birth of freedom means that for the first time in nearly three centuries Indians will have complete control over the destinies and vast resources of their own It means that the teeeming sub continent which has been a rich jewel in the British empire for so long a time now becomes two na a Hindu dominion of stretching from the Hima layas to Calcutta and a Moslem dominion of two parts populated by Par sis and the countless other com munities of India numbering divided be tween the through much of the fighting also fanned out 22 Prisoners To Hang For War Crimes John Meyer Howard Hughes press agent for a senate suubcommittee subpoena has been chats with actor Dane Clark at the El Morocco night club in New Customs collectors have been notified to stop Meyer if he attempts to leave the AP Will Cancel Italian Debts Move Made To Ease Peace Treaty Total One 14 The United States today agreed to cancel about in debts owed it by the Italian gov The state department announced the decision in making public an accord concluded with an Italian financial mission after three months of Waives Claim Under the the United States waives all claim to payment for approximately in civilian supplies furnished by the American army to Italian civilians and owed for occupa tion About additional out The terms of the understanding have the effect of alleviating sev eral of the1 burdensome clauses of the Italian peace and there by substantial assistance is rend ered to the Italian the state British Heiress Gets Gift Of SunninghiH Paik 14 ingham Palace announced today that King George had given Sunninghill picturesque 300acre Berkshire to Princess who will be married 20 to Lieutenant Philip former Prince Philip of The clematiccovered mansion adjoining Windsor one of the Royal will be the country home of the heiress pre sumptive to the British No decision has been reached about a home for the Royal cou ple in Wants Soviet Reply In Week will observe training of the a uar in which WllUam Jones and aska troops now encamped here for the first period of consolidated training since the On August Guy adjutant general of and Nebraska division staff officers will go to DeJMoines for five days observation and training with the Iowa In cluded in Henningers party will be John GABRIELS HORN 14 of stealing Gabriels Patrick was ar raigned yesterday on a second de gree grand larceny State police said Deegan was arrested Tuesday trying to sell a saxophone belonging to a summer resort his brother of Koit were The Jones brothers were not DISTRICT MEET estimated 300 Kiwanians and their wives from four states are ex pected at the Rocky Mountain Kiwanis district meeting at Chad ion District Gover nor Glen Avery said The district includes Wyom ing the Panhandle of Nebraska and southwest South Dairy Entries For State Fair Large The largest number 4H dairy entries from Gage county for sev eral years has been made at the county extension office for the state fair this Making the daily entries are Harry John Jer ry Ronald Charles Gerald Jurgens and Arley Four girls are among the 16 4Hers entering The girls are Janet Carlin Dorothy and Martha The boys are Eugene Kenneth Bernard Harold Dick Charles James Robert Lloyd Howard Eldon Busboom and George Entering swine are Donald Arley Waldo and Harold Arley Waldo is making Veteran Termite Problem In Eastern Home 14 Martel got rid of the termites in his house by burning the place down on the hottest night of the A crowd of 500 watched as the World War II veteran pour ed gasoline on a pile of timber on the first floor of the two story dwelling and put a match to In 40 minutes the 125 yearold home was reduced to The fire was set with the ap proval of Fire Chief John When Martel bought the house a month he thought his wife had solved thehousing He found instead that the window frames and flooring were so honeycombed with termites that the building was beyond Martel plans to build a new home on what can be salvaged from the Approval Of River Water Uses Lauded 14 as important as the appropriation of for Missouri basin development was congressional adoption of the policy of multi pleuse development of the in the opinion of Lew ia The Missouri division engineer told the Rotary club yesterday the congressional policy will open the way for the plan designed to bring acres of land un der boost power out put and bring navigation and recreation he the sole Gage county sheep Simkovskys third LICENSE REVOKED The Suaa Own Service 14 Simkovsky of Milligan was fined and costs by Wilber Police Magistrate John Wozab and his driving license was revoked for one year on a drunken driving Simkovsky was arrested Sxjnday afternoon by Saline Coun ty Sheriff John It was department announcement Points of Accord Other highlights of the compre hensive accord with the Italian government are Unfreezing of approximately in blocked Italian prop erties and assets held in the Unit ed States once the owners are cert ified as Turning over of 28 merchant vessels to the Italian 15 of them American liberty ships which will replace seized Italian vessels lost during the Eight others are Italian ships being re turned by the United States and five are vessels purchased from other American Decision to negotiate a treaty of commerce and navi gation between the two countries in Rome early this Payment by Italy to the Unit ed States of before the end of the year to settle promptly Claims of American United States agreement to redeem to in script issued to Italian prison ers of war formerly held in the United Couple Meets Adopted Children Fremont Feed Mill Fire Loss 14 A spectacular fire today destroyed the Sargent feed mill here today at a loss estimated by the manage ment at The first reported to Elmo and his from get acquainted with the three children they have They met the Erhard Roaita Annies and Ursula Uer left to for the first time at LaGuardla Field in New York after the children had flown from their native ME A have started with an began in the meal bin and spread rapidly through the threestory rambling wooden The company is a branch of a DOS Moincs Fremont hampered by equipment were helped by fire companies from nearby including North Bend and Their efforts were directed to ward preventing damage to near by The mill itself was destroyed within a half One volunteer Oscar was slightly burned as the firemen succeeded in extin guishing the blaze before it spread to two nearby coal companies and a wool Gives Support Truman Pepper Voices Approval Of Tru man Second 14 From the White House steps Sen ator Pepper dFla voiced his support today of President Tru man lor I dont think there is any ques tion but that the president should be and will be and should be and will be Pepper declared to reporters after a call on the Adding political significance to Florida senators remarks are the particular position he occupies in the democratic Pepper is close to the CIO and other labor He also is a warm friend of Henry former vice president who was ousted by President Truman as commerce secretary after they clashed over foreign Frequent Critic Pepper has been frequent critic of the president administration although he ap plauded President Trumans labor and tax bills Pepper called at the White House immediately after Tru man had held a weekly news con fercnc at which political matters came up in a small In response to reporters quest Truman told the confer ence he favors holding the 1948 democratic national convention anywhere the national committee Pepper told reporters he did not discuss politics in his call on Truman but wanted to make clear his Long Pepper had said he would not go along with any third party movement being talked among some friends of 5 Including Handed Life 14 An American war crimes court today sentenced 22 Buchen wald concentration camp attend ants to hang for atrocities com mitted against inmates during the nazi Five others were sentenced to life among them Frau Use widow of the former Buchenwald who is expected to give birth next month to a baby conceived while a Shorter Sentences One defendant was sentenced to 20 years two to 15 years and one to 10 The 31 defendants were con victed Tuesday after a four months More than prisoners died in the notorious which was situated on the outskirts of a quiet town in Thur ingia province famed as the resi dence of the German poet Among those condemned to die were Hermann a former camp and Max former camp American Guilty Those sentenced to life impris onment included Edwin Katzenel a former American cit izen selected from among the in mates to become a and former prince Josias a highranking elite guard officer and the first German of royal blood to be tried for war The where several hundred Germans have been tried for war crimes in the last two was jammed as the court Emil read the Most of the defendants received sentences with outward A doctor was in attendance for Million Dollar Eyes Adopts Direct Action United Korea Letter Gives Put Up Or Shut Up Atti Frau because vanced of her ad The hard redhaired who al legedly shared the camp rule with her commandant was accused of having prisoners killed so she could make lamp purses and book bindings out of their tatooed Many Prisoners She tried unsuccessfully to es cape trial because of her preg which has never been offi 14 The United States gave Russia one week from today to put up oi shut up in AmericanSoviet ef forts to achieve a united Stripped of its diplomatic lan this is the essence of Secre tary of State Marshalls letter to Soviet Foreign Minister MolotoV setting an August 21 deadline for a report on the long stalemated negotiations by a joint commission in Further Steps If the Russians fail to put up by Marshall each gov Janice young film acternment may immediately consider ress whose her studio what further steps may usefully are the sexiest in the be taken to achieve the aims of the signs an application in Hollywood Moscow namely the es to insure them for She or may not be granted the but her press agent figures the idea will be worth plenty of AP Must Rebuild Labor T r u man Accuses Congress Oi Tear ing Up 14 In blunt President Tru man accused congress today of tearing up the labor That was one the accomplish ments of he said at a newa Quickly Mr Truman add ed that he has no doubt the labor department will be rebuilt even it cant be perman ently torn Cut In Funds Congress made appropriations cially Her husband cutsv which labor department of was executed by the nazis sever al years It has been estimated that ap proximately prisoners were held in the Buchenwald camp at one time or another dur ing the nazi COURT CROWD CHEATED SANTA 14 love letters exchanged in jail between two young col logiants on trail for ref erences ranging from the tender to the were submitted to a jury of six men and six women today for silent In a courtroom so the doors literally while hundreds of other curious formed queues stretching from the second floor to the Judge Morrison admitted the notes into the trial of Louise and her blonde boy George Fairbury Festival Draws Seven Bands The Suns Own Service Be atrice municipal band is one of seven entered to date in the thir teenth annual band festival here August Each band will give a 30minute concert during the afternoon pro and in the evening a mass band composed of members of all seven organizations will present a A special feature will be the ap pearance of the Sesostria Shrine Temple Chanters from Other bands which will parti ticipate are from Marysville and Gen Hebron and Although the Fairbury municipal band will the Fairhury high Plymouth and IJller muni cipal bands have declined invita ficials have declared will mean a cut of onethird to onehalf of the departments As a result of these of ficials the division of labor standards will be abolished and operations of other divisions re The labor standards divis on has been making studies deal ing with safety and other indust rial the TaftHartley labor law took the conciliation ser vice fwhich seeks to settle strikes and labor disputes from the labor department and majie It an in dependent Truman gave his appraisal of what congress did to the de partment after a reporter asked him about the future of various labor VISIT FORMER HOME Virgil McPherson and former Beatrice now of are here visiting Beat rice and Cortland McPherson is manager of a Fair way grocery at Greatest War I n History Ended 2 Years Ago Today Under One The president was then tablishment of an United Korea which can take its place among the United American authorities who left no doubt as to the new put up or shut up attitude shall as determined that the Kor ean negotiations must not bog down completely as have efforts to reach agreements with the lets on some other Might Quit While the letter made no men tion what further steps this government might have in mind some officials suggested the Uuttr ed States might take the issue back to a fourpower conference in quest of other method for reaching an As a last they added this country might simply give up the project and concentrate on re building southern Marshalls deliv to Kremlin Tuesday by Bedell was made public by the statedfe partment while the secretary was enroute by plane to the InterAm erican defense conference at Rio De The Korean negotiations have been deadlocked a second time since July Years Lapse They were resumed at Molotova suggestion May 20 after a years A 1945 Moscow agreement formed the basis for both sets of That agreement called for setting up a provisional Koreaa government and for a joint com mission to consult with the Kor cans themselves and make recom mendations for the consideration cf Britain and the United The agreement also provided for Korean independence after a five year period of But the argument between the United States and Russia has kept any of its main provisions front being put into asked if the last republican platform did not promise a concentration of all the various activities dealing with labor under one The president said it did and that he could recite chapter and He replied that the republican record speaks for itself when a reporter asked if congress act ion did not repeal this First National Ups Surplus To Directors of the First National bank at their meeting this week transferred from undivid ed profits to surplus it was announced This makes capital account surplus and undivided profits vice in making the announcement stated that deposits had increased by nearly since June Associated PreM The greatest war in history came to an end two years ago to day with the surrender of The surrender announcement was made in a broadcast by Em peror the earnest little man whose powers have been wiped away in these last two but whose people still treat him with General Douglas MacArthur is in charge And from him to day came a message to his occu pation forces reminding them that the victorious end of battle became the beginning of an equally vital campaign to secure the Last Phase We now enter the last phase in Japan of this test of our he It is you men and military and who have composed the allied forces of occupation who are bringing this task to a suc cessful The socialist premier of Tetsu noted the anni He called upon his countrymen to stress labor and an international look if they would become a thor oughly peaceful Ideal Nation We are now living in a war devastated Katayarha said in a We must clean and level up this scorched earth and build upon it an ideal nation based on peace through the united effort of all the Conquered Japan will be op ened tomorrow to limited foreign but the peace treaty for which the Japanese yearn is still in Preliminary talks may start at the insistence of the United Speed Treaty A call for a prompt peace was made in a VJ day boadcast by President Manuel Roxas of the Philippine He said the peoples of Asia are clamoring for speedy conclusion of a treaty and said it is essential to restor ation of mutually beneficial eco nomic relations and will provide stabilizing influence in this part of the In allied capitals of the VJ day passed The peace was still to be URGES VISIT Aug 14 Karl Stefan rNeb Scott Tells Rotary Oi Beatrice Bridge Wardner state told the Rotary club today how a last minute amendment to 1944 federal road law made it possible for Beatrice South Sixth street bridge to be built 100 per cent out of federal Half of the amount will como from funds raised under the 1944 law as amended last Plans for the bridge will not be completed this The city of Beatrice will have to pay two thirds of the cost of the rightof way and N Scott discussed the states high way construction and In 1945 the amount needed to put the roads in order was estimated at disc osed today he and other members of the house appropriations sub committee have been invited by Secretary of State Marshall to FAIR TICKETS ON SALE fair tickets now are on sale at the county extension of The tickets are 35 cents each a book of This a savings of 25 cents per ticket as the tickets at the gate will cost 60 cents sale at the county extension office will close visit Europe and Asia this sum TODAYS BASEBALL AMERICAN Philadelphia 002 001 0205 6 1 New York 103 010 8 10 2 Savage 5 and Rpsar Shea ft and NATIONAL Boston 000 000 4 Brooklyn 000 1 Spahn and Camelli and OJO 200 10 0 Pittsburgh 300 002 5 9 Wilks 8 and WJI Ostermueller and How Quickies   

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