Beatrice Daily Sun, March 2, 1954

Beatrice Daily Sun

March 02, 1954

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 2, 1954, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures High yest., low today ............ 45-27 High, low year ago ........ 31-21 2 p. rn. (unofficial) .............. 32 Precipitation This Year  .......2.05 BEATRICE DAILY SUN “lf You Didn't See It In The Sun It Didn't Happen’ Member of the Associated Press Weather Fair and continued cold tonight with diminishing winds; low tonight about 10 above; Wednesday partly cloudy with high near 25. VOL. 58 BEATRICE. NEBRASKA, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2, 1954 5c Per Copy NO. 194 'Believer' Made Out Of One Repiesentative WASHINGTON if) - Rep. Miller (R-Neb). chairman of the House Interior and Insular Public Affairs Committee, said Tuesday he is considering introduction of a bill to give Puerto Rico its independence. The purpose. Miller said, would be to give the United States some control over movement of Puerto Ricans into this country. As a commonwealth, residents of Puerto Rico now may come and go in the United States without restriction upon their movements. GOP Leader Hits Tactics Of McCarthy Hall Has Meeting With Eisenhower; Refuses Comment Few Petitions On File For City Offices Barker Not Sure If He Will Run; Wickham To Retire With the deadline for entry of candidates in the coming city election only two weeks away, the petitions of only six candidates are on file at the City Hall, and all of these are for the office of councilmen. Eight councilmen are to be elected. one from each ward. There are other council candidates in sight, and erne candidate has declared (but not yet filed) for each of the offices of mayor and clerk-treasurer. No one has shown interest in the job of police magistrate. Deadline for the filing of petitions of candidates of all offices except school board is March 16. (Deadline for school last Thursday, when $17.6 Million Power Plant To Go Up Here Expect Work Will Begin Democrats Challenge Benson View Doubtful If Lpng Farm Price Drop Has Been Halted 5 Day Weather Forecast Is Below Normal WASHINGTON if* Sons. Russell (D-Ga) and Mansfield (D-Mont) challenged Tuesday Secretary of Agriculture B e ti s o n's contention that the slide in farm prices has been halted. Russell, an wdvooate of rigid price supports for major field board was crops, said in an interview Ben-five filed.) sons contention iii his annual ro- OMAHA (T» The five day fore-1 cast for Nebraska ami Kansas;! Temperatures will average IO degrees below normal through Sunday, cold at beginning with slow warming trend: normal maximums 46 Nebraska. 33 Kansas; Minimums 21 Nebraska. 27 Kansas; precipitation in Nebraska should belight - .10 or less. but increasing southward to .20 to .30 inch in Kansas; expected in Kansas and possibly southwest Nebraska Friday or Saturday. WASHINGTON lf) WASHINGTON — CONGRESSMAN CARRIED FROM CAPITOL—One of the Congressmen wounded in the volleys of pistol shots from the gallery of the House of Representatives Monday is carried from the capitol. (Another picture on page 5). (AP Wirephoto). ‘No Remorse,’ Say Pistol Wielding Puerto Ricans Rep. Bentley Remains On Critical List Congress Resumes Business; Thirty Guards Are Added Bv WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST WASHINGTON (^-Congress add- White House Security Guard Is Increased WASHINGTON (ft — Increased security precautions to protect President Eisenhower were evident at the White House Tuesday as a result of the Capitol Hill shooting affray. On the main Pennsylvania gate loading to the President’s office, for example, four uniformed Wh.te House policemen and a secret Puerto Rico 'Shocked* By Terrorist Act Legislature Adopts Motion Condemning Nationalists Crime SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (f) -The Puerto Rican Legislature adopted Leonard W. Hall of the Republican National Committee said after with President Eisenhower Tuesday that "I can’t go along’* with Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) when he attacks persons “fighting Communism just as he is.” Hall did not relate that comment directly to any specific situation for Allen Davison as mayor and — Chairman ! Al Kleman as city clerk- treasur er. Mayor Perry E. Barker has not yet decided whether he will seek another term. Wickham Out F. W. Wickham, police magistrate. said today he will not be a candidate for re-election. Lamar Robinson, who was en- Charge Two Wilber Youths With Assault but he said ho did not like the way t dorsed as a councilman candidate things developed last week in the aj a Third Ward meeting, has controversy between McCarthy withdrawn from the race, and Hie Army.    ;    George    Fulton,    endorsed    for    the In that collision between the sen- council at a First Ward meeting. Say Wilber Youth Threatened Girl, Mother With Gun sehower's reaction. Eisenhower's backing bas been given to a statement from Stevens that the secretary will do what he can to protect any future Army witnesses against unfair treatment in hearings by McCarthy’s Senate Investigations Subcommittee. Hall told reporters he believed un—v,wiit,.    uv.v. |    ,.    ,    i    nil-riri jvn itii ucKisiaiuic nuuu»»> i a cure for the situation might lie ed 30 guards to the Capitol and(sc^‘^c appn "c,e s a lone .    I    a resojution Tuesday condemning in changing the rules of committee resumed business as usual Tues-1 Ordinarily there are only two tbe sbootjng by Puerto Rican Na-; procedure. A move in that direc- cuscd the Army munists” and of browbeating pincer wnncwM i 1o see bow many more petitions Hall said he had discussed the are    before    throwing    my    hat so-called McCarthy situation with Jn the rjng „ rulton toid T h c the President, but did not give El- <-un d«y although still aghast at the uniformed men al that post and incredible pistol attack by Puerto they usually remain in a small of- Rican fanatics on the House cham ber. An air of grimness was heightened by news that Rep. Alvin M. Representatives Monday. The resolution was supported by the majority Popular Party and the Statehood Party, both of which fice just inside the gate. Tuesday there were two men outside the gate and two inside. A guard house at the Pennsyl-Bentley (R-Michi— most seriously j vania Avenue end of West Execu- continued association of Puerto Ri-wounded of five lawmakers hit by J    tive Avenue, which runs alongside    co    with    the    United    States.    Mom- the spray of bullets from a gallery    the White House, was manned for    bors    of    the    small    Independence —remained in a critical condition, tho first time in months. That post Party, which seeks freedom for The 35-year-old lawmaker’s phy* abandoned several months ago the island t h rg> u g h peaceful sician still gave him only a 50-50    when a cut in appropriations rechance to recover despite eincr-    (bleed (lie size of the White House blood police force. tionalists of five congressmen on i tion has been initiated by the Sen-the floor of the U. S. House of j ate Republican Policy Committee and various billa on the point have been introduced. port that 1933 was a year in which the long decline in agriculture prices had ben halted is "news to the farmers,” “The farmers are wondering | what has happened to the 11 a billion dollars that didn’t get into their pockets in 1953," Russell said. He added he was alluding to that size drop in income under the 19321 level. “I agree with the report of the Senate-House economic Committee (The Nun'* own Server) which said this is no time to be CLATONIA Assault charges reducing supports on basic commo- were filed in county court today dities." Russell continued. “How- against two Wilber youths, one of whom is alleged to have held a mother at after the escort her olleyball game last week. Mansfield said Benson had shown !    ^ youth* were Identified as "inconsistency" in his advocacy of clary Gruis. 18. and Alan Zueh, 17. flexible price supports by reducing both of Wilber, the dairy props while recommend- According to Sheriff Ned Maxing high rigid supports for wool. we||( cl nils met the 14-year-old Disputing Benson’s contention k,ir| nt „ volleyball game in Cort-that tho farm price drop had been |and askod if he could take her halted, Mansfield declared    home.    and was refused. “I cant agree that a sound per-1 'rho girl went homeavith friends, Mono i* on rn- «« Iron, meiWfnt farm program has been hut found Gruis wafting at her p .IV* 7 I V    !    developed.    Secretary    Benson    ought    house.    He    followed    her    inside Fourth Ward. A ward meeting had I ,o Bion hiamimr th. nrevinn. »rt-    10    la ator and Secretary of the Army; sajd today he has not sure wheth-1 pvcr' ^ have no quarrel with Mr. Robert T. Stevens, McCarthy ac-1 pr or not he will file.    t    Benson    s action in cutting supports; Clatonia    girl and her iy of “coddling Com- j ..^y potion for councilman has on dairy products from 90 per cent I gunpoint for two hours a Stevens accused him j bpen Vaw-n up. but I am waiting ‘° ™ per CPnt hp‘;nuf,p    J"'0'' «''» refused to let him cs I officer witnesses, i Jo sep bow many more petitions suction can be controlled effective- home from a volleyball ga had discussed the ...    Knfnm    mv    hat    ly*    ; week. Councilman petitions now on file are: First W'ard: Alvin Saathoff. Paul Koliekowski and William Baith. Second Ward: Louis Bates and Dr. Harry Hepperlen. Third Ward; Arthur Thies. meeting nan t0 s<0p blaming the previous ad-l*s-1 Jackson and endorsed F. ll Oral. Gaorfa" Ut-1 mhiTtorttoTtw faro .urn'lus^ «'n'ri I    -    ?“•    ""i    lhlea'?n,d    «* •cnhap. Dr. H. s. J.ekson .od .    ,.'r".!°.n    I,?™    K|r* ««■ her mother with a gun Dr. D. D. Lock. fi _    ...    .      —    mother with admit that in 14 months he has j0P RCveral hours _ .__.    ,    „    .    .*"•    little    b lower the surpluses Thc oU) you,j, Zlch indorsed for councilmen at o h- piling up in h i administration or Uuuld* In . ear. Charges were er ward meetings, but not yet IU-‘ to stop the decline in farm prices." ni oferred aizainM him ihe sheriff ed, an : Fulton in the First Ward; I Benson announced Monday that|sni,j bcrailRP he suoniled the gun Afetal* Affr<vi*l Saw    fr>    I    <-4    /if    Lf    Am    a    jail*    *    “t gency surgery and four transfusions. Bentley, hit in liver and lung, was in an oxygen tent. The other wounded lawmakers were all reported to be doing well. About 200 members were in their seats when the House convened at Haws Appointed To National Committee his talk with thc President, Hall said: "My feeling about it in this: While Joe (McCarthy) is fighting Communism I go along and we all go along. When he begins to means, abstained on the balloting attack persons who are fighting although a resolution proposed by Communism just as conscientiously tho party also condemned the as he is, I can’t go along with shootings.    j    him." The Independence faction s reso- At another point in his exchange lution went on to lay the blame with reporters, thc GOP chairman for the incident on the “present sajd be djd not think anyone would colonial system” in Puerto Rico. I say that “generals in our Army After mentioning the subject of Hair McCovvn in the Second Ward; in one effort to get rid of some of, and knevv what Gruis intended to — - Franklin Keyes, Russell Arthur the huge surpluses acquired under do and Ralph Ileikes (and Robinson, the price support program, a study who later dropped out) in thc being mwdc of offering the stocks J. Dexter Haws of the Local Soil noon. They stood with bowed heads    Conservation Service Office, has as the Rev. Bernard Braskamp,    been appointed a member of a chaplain, prayed for the recovery |    national committee to deal with of the victims, for strength and    farm and ranch planning. Tho ap- faith for their relatives, and for    pointment was made by D A forgiveness for their assailants.    Williams, administrator of thc Soil Ask* Prayer    Conservation Service. Dr. Braskamp visited Bentley The purpose of this committee Tuesday morning and said I h c    is to fully explore present Service    Thomas S.    Gates,    who has    boon    in wounded congressman I rod asked    procedures in^ ^conservation plan-    pue,.to r1co    observing    Navy    ma neuvers in the Caribbean area. It was not voted on by the lawmakers. Passage of the condemnation resolution was announced shortly before Gov. Luis Munoz Marin left San Juan for Washington by plane. He was leported hop ng to be able to visit the five wounded congressmen. U. S. N a v y Undersecretary said he was convinced the attack that he pray for those    who shot    nmg, to    recommend new    policies him because “they did    not know    and detailed procedures    needed, what they were doing."    to    assure an effective planning Lolita Lebron, who claimed the s>s,cm-ringleader’s role in a jail inter- Other members of the committee view, summed up “I do what I are Clarence Richards, Tennessee, j    SHROVE    TUESDAY must for my country.”    Harold    Lakin, Michigan,    G. M.    At    Christ    Episcopal    parish    hall And Rafael Coned Miranda de-    Morris    Texas, Bob Perry Cali-    this noon    the    United    Women’s So- clarcd “We don t talk about the    Utah*    end    How-. arty served pancakes to about 200. little things.” are not fighting Communism." To a question how thc McCarthy probe might affect the coming campaign. Hall said: "I think all these incidents throw a fog around the program which is one of the finest ever presented by a President I think that program will go through, and these little offshoots draw the peoples attention away from that program.” Reminded of a statement he made several weeks ago that Mc- profoundly shocked all responsible earthy was an asset to the party people on the island.    j    Hajj    sajd    he    did    say    that but add ed: “I don’t like the situation as it developed last week." a rd Busch of Pennsylvania.    (They will    be serving    again this ,    The Committee is scheduled to evening from 3 to 7 p. rn., in their say apou    mppt jn Washington, D. C.,    the    traditional    observance    of "Shrove week of March 8.    'Tuesday."    9 Report FDR Opposed Action Against Red Party In f42 Both had more to Puerto Rican independence than about tile wild shooting that disrupted proceedings in thc Hou.->c. Along with two other Puerlo Rican men—Andres F. Cordeo and Irving Flores—they were held in bail of $100,000 each on charges of assault with intent to kill. Face Charge* uJroVvMrfiTthS J^ol'each1 WASHINGTON in - InvMlicatmj- spoke and said thai ha hold no wounded congressman, ui a pus- scna,or8 Tuesday made public the brief for the activin*, of Ihe Com- siblc total of the wounded would become murder- punishable “j1 ys by death in the electric chair—if one should die as a result of their wild outburst. In addition to Bentley, the wounded are Hops Kenneth A. Roberts (D-Ala), shot in tile knee; Ben F. Jensen (It-Iowai, wounded in thc left shoulder; Clifford Davis County Rejects Bid On Crushed Rock At a letting for 10,000 tons Third Ward. Polling Flare* Polls will be open Apr. 6 from 8 a. rn. until 8 p. rn. and voting places have been designated as follows: Ward One — First Precinct, South School:    Second Precinct, east part of Court Street Grocery at lith and Court Street. Ward Two — First Precinct, Courthouse; Second Precinct, Knights of Columbus Hall, 8th and High Street. Third Ward — First Precinct, West School; Second Prec.nct, Belvidere School. Fourth Ward — First Precinct, Fairview School; Second Precinct. East School. This afternoon figures at City Hall disclosed that 3,426 voters have re-registered. There are 1.026 voters registered from Ward Two. Next highest is Ward Four with 919. "In thc 1950 election there were more than 6 OOO voters registered, but each of those must re-register before the Mar. 27 dead line lo be eligible to vote Apr. 6." City Clerk Al Kleman said today. on world markets at competitive prices. Most of thc stocks were acquired at prices higher than present world market levels Benson, saying the Agriculture and State Departments Late In 1954 Construction OI NPPS Steam Plant WM Take 2 Years Construction should begin late this year on thc $17,600,000 steam generating plant which the Nebraska Public Power System will build near Berftriee. NPS Executive Director Dewey DeBoer told The Sun today. DeBoer had announced late yesterday that the NPS has decided to go ahead with the huge project, amt had set April 6 as date for sale of the bonds to finance the 70.000-kilowatt plant. Thc plant will occupy "several acres," and will employ about 50 people. DeBoer. NPPS expects to have it operating by late 1956. "We will be getting extra power from the Bureau of Reclamation hydro plants in South Dakota, but by 1956 we expect that our demands will be exceeding this extra supply," DeBoer told Tile Sun. "We have been told that the Bureau xviii give us no further increases, after 1956, until I960.’* There were several considerations which led to selection of Beatrice as site of thc huge generator. Fright Factor "York is actually the center of our load center,’ said DeBoer. "We selected Beatrice because of thc more favorable freight rates on the coal we will use, access to natural gas (two natural gas pipelines run near Beatrice), and availability of a large supply of water. And the proximity to the load center." DeBoer said the decision to offer the bonds was made last week at a conference attended by officials of the NPSS and the hydro districts — the Loup River Public Power District and the Platte Valley Public Power District. Thc decision was taken despite refusal of the budget board to approve either the NPSS plan or a similar one proposed by Consumers Public Power District. NPPS considered Consumers plan unacceptable and decided to go ahead on its own. Consumers had proposed to build a steam gen-Nursing Serv ice is one of the oration somewhere in eastern Ne* many aspects of Gage County Red bra.ska, arguing that it, rather than NPS. should provide the supple-power because it could money at a more favorable Nursing Service A Red Cross Activity arc exploring tile possibilities of j ,(js" /V.l.'.yL’v * Hl,houk|1 R requires n' > more aggressive export sales poll- Ur <$126.34 hts! year) from the rmal des. mentioned cotton and dairy county chapter * budget.    Ixnrow products specifically, Lewiston Dedication Ceremonies March 12 The Red Cross provides a First Aid booth at the Gage County Fair and hires a registered nurse to be on duty during the fair. In the event of a disaster, the Red Crocs pays for the services of registered nurses to be on duty around the dock at the disaster (The Mun'i Own Service) LEWISTON Dedication cere monies of the new auditorium' gymnasium here will be held the .shelter. The Red Cross also furn-evening of Friday, March 12. not i*he* the nurse who works with March 3 as previously announced, the city doctor who gives free ty-Supt. Edwin M Wieland an-. phoid shots and othtu* inoculations flounces that an interesting pro- during floods and other disasters, gram has been planned and will    Under the Home Nursing Chair- be headed by tile dedication ad- man, the Red Cross provides indress bv F. ii. Decker, state sup- struction in home nursing through erintendent of schools.    ot*f the county. Instruction in Civil The program will be held in the Defense is also a required part interest rate. DeBoer said the bonds to be sold next month will be revenue bonds of two series maturing in about 35 years starting in 1959. Diey will be NPS bonds, but the Loup district will issue them. The decision to build the plant had been put off for nearly two years awaiting determination of Bureau of Reclamation power to be available, DeBoer said. It now appears that about 100.000 kilowatts will be available from the Bureau by 1956. Demand Grow a "Our experience has been that demand for electricity doubles ev- new building starling at 8 p. rn. ol this course. A paid registered i ery lcn ye«rs. We can expect to LION’A CHORUS TO MEET Boil Bagby announced this rnor- nurse is sent by tin* National Red Cross to train instructors for these grow kilowatts or Harvey Essam Dies crushed rock ,od»y. th* county i ln Local Hospital board rejected the only bid submitted and agreed to buy rock on the open market. Sole bidder was Grosshans and Peterson. Marysville, Kan., who asked $1.30 per ton. The board, whoso road has been paved with rock problems lately, had another one tossed in their today. osshans representative told about 25,000 . r, .    i    year,**    DeBoer    said. ,    ,    ...    ,,    ZK"W‘    T    T1’"1’*    NPPS    export,    to    KOI    40.000    KW ning that all mernbeis of tile Lions the necessary equipment and sup-1 Club chorus are urged to be pres- plies ent in tile Paddock Ballroom « inufit’out'h if all Pul’Po,'l0rl minutes of a 1942 Navy munist Parly, but that the Presi- ,a<1 anf)l‘ survive ThoWharve Department meeting at which the dent had stated that “considering laPs ,odaJ ntmixhtthio la,e President Roosevelt wros quot-    the fact that the United States    and    A Gross cd as saying “the United States    Russia were allies at this time    »nd    the group that the company could    arv    Methodist Church was bound to not oppose the activi-    that the Communist Party and    the    not afford to quarry blue hard-    service* will    be held 2 p..... ties of the Communist Party” in United States efforts were now bent rock at the $1.30 price, and may ds% the Harman Mortuary, the this country.    toward our winning the war,    the    have to shut down their crusher.    Re*.    Walter    Jewett officiating    Bu- The Senate? Internal Security Sub-    United States was bound to    not    J Grosshans is faced with the    rjaj    ...,]j bf.    Jn Evergreen    Home Harvey Essam, HFD 3. Be»t-rice, died Monday afternoon in a local hospital. Born Feb. 20, 1883 at Beatrice, he farmed five miles nonhiast of here. is survived by his wife, May: sons Robert and Dean. a brother Charles, a sister, Bebeeru Essam, all of Beatrice; and four gradnchildren. Ile vas a member of the Centen-FuneraJ p. rn., Thur- to During the past year 12 qualified night at 8 30 p. rn. Tile chorus instructors were trained for this is making plans tor an    appearance county, eight in Beatrice, three Mar.    17 at Holmesville.    in Adam- and one in Wymore. — -    ^    Approximately UK) persons Tvttend- C'OLLTCTOK    Bl "HY    cd classes held by these mstruct- Forrest (Rip) Haney, city dog ors during the past year. collector, had one of Ins busiest    _ _______________— days of the yea- Monday, Of the    LIFTS IAN first eight entries on the police LINCOLN </f> The ban on ship-blotter, seven were reports on ment of cattle into Nebraska from dogs, (’alls included stray dogs, Kansivs and Oklahoma was lifted (Figs in yard, and too many dogs. Tuesday. (D-Tenn). shot in Hie ii gut leg. and admjttod fb(l document in cadence George H. ballon iD-Md), hit subject to revision if the Navy lat- srloud. Chairman Jenncr (R-Indt any radio operator for the sole ira- soft yellow rock that must be re- committee placed a copy of the oppose the activities of the Com- same problem the county had be- Cemetery. document in its official records at munist Party, and specifically to fore it sold its rock crusher — \    _________ a public hearing, and had it read not disapprove ihe employment of what to do with some IO feet of PqJJ^0 JVKqIcO THirtOdll Arrests In January Forty-eight meals were serve* to lodgers at the city jail durin The document was read shortly that this was an order and must and 70 per cent blue rock. The!**1** month of February, according (Continued on Page 2. Col. 2) .    .    ,---*— —----—.......-    Communist Party or that he was reached.    I    i    ,    . the rn p.    cr produces an official version active in Communist Party affairs. They propose to sell the county' Fort y-e. grit mea)* were served Roberts also underwent surg y,    differs    from    it.    I    “The secretary further stated a mixture of 30 per cent yellow lodtr* >^ »♦ the city jail during but it was of expjoraoiy    .)    The document was read shortly that this was an order and must and 70 per cent blue rock. The! His physician Jepoi 0f ■    after Rear Adm. Adolphus Staton, be obeyed without mental reserva- bottom four feet of yellow rock <° ’    ,    .    „ of ’’’cive    damage    p.u I    rpj bad qUO(ed Adlai Stevenson    lions."    is hard enough to meet county P°|f handed in at the City Hall founded.    to the subcommittee as telling him    In Chicago, Stevenson said in a specifications, the company repre- Beml*y    was    .truckin    th* appel durin, WorW War II .hat "I don t    stateroom This is the same old xentattve said. think we should |ie too hard on thc    story that was brought up during The board took the matter un- Commies.”    the 1952 campaign and fully ex- der advisement. Charles P. Grimes, the subcom- plained at that time.    I--- mittee counsel, produced a typed “While I do not recall the in< i- «    •    , copy of minutes which, he snid. dent in detail, I was executing the S^OrVlCOS I nUYSClay pui [Killed to describe a meeting orders of mv superiors and I be- r* _ f _    • mar- J _ A'Ui.(*n.S on May 19, 1942, at which Secre- hove their decision was to leave AOF LOVI l*lC5riQ6 tary of the Navy Frank Knox pre-, the doubtful radio operators on the WYMORE — Levi (Lee) Mc-sided, to discuss whether Commu* merchant ships at that critical I Bride, a former Wymore resident, nists be barred from jobs as radio time to keep the convoys mov ing. I died at a Fails City hospital Sun-operators in the Merchant Marine. | “My boss was the secretary of day. Funeral services will be in The document reported that Rear    the Navy. Frank Knox, formerly j Falls City, with graveside rites Adm. S. C. Hooper had warned the    Republican candidate for vice pres-1 and burial in Wymore, Thursday, BHS Students Begin Tax Poll In City Beatrice High School last night began a poll of Beatrice residents to determine their knowledge of and opinions on the Nebraska tax problems. The student pollsters planned to hit every tenth home, about 1,000 people. Arrests totaled 13. there were 481 radio messages precessed, and 49 dog calls Other enti ies on the report include $110 assessed in fines and $42 in costs. Two speeders were apprehended and four reckless drivers. There were also three intox* cation charge* and four traffic violations. REA OFFICERS New’ officers of the Gage County Rural Education Assn., elected recently, are Miss Dorothy Miller, teacher at District 156. president; Mrs. Beverly Jurgens. District 14. PRESIDENT PINNED—Judging from his facial expression. President Eisenhower seems to tie trying to help E. Roland Harriman pin a Red Cross button on his lapel. Harriman, volunteer chairman of the mole from the Bureau this year, 30.000 more in 1953 and another 30.000 in 1936. These increases will take care of the anticipated demand to 1956. said DeBoer. “Rut we are given to understand that after 1956 there will be no more Bureau power for us until 1960, We look for our demand to keep growing, however, and the Beatrice plant will be ready to take care ot if.” The 70.000 - kilowatt generator here will be the largest single unit the NPPS system. The Bellevue plant has a rated capacity of 90.000 kilowatts, but it has three units, each turning out 30,000. Power from the Beatrice plant will be fed into the NPSS power grid at the sub-station northwest of Beat l ie. While normally such steam generation plant- are located on a river, because of the large amounts of water needed for cooling, and although Beatrice in on a river. De Boor said that probably wells and cooling towers would be used here, because of the good underground water supply here. Such a plant would need several thousand gallons of water per minute. Ray Schacht. manager of Consumers Public Power System, had no comment on what this action on the part of NPSS would have on Consumers plan for an eastern Nebraska steam plant of its own. Monday Consumer* did announce that its board of directors has approved the expenditure of $2,100,000 for a steam generation plant at Ogallala, to boost its capacity in western Nebraska. meeting of the dangers of allow ing    ident arid no lover of Communists i    1:30 p. rn. The project is part of the s< hools j Communist cells to form in the    and extremists of any kind. i    The deceased    w as the brother modern problem course. Beatri- Merchant Marine or elsewhere. ,    "It should also be remembered    of Mrs. Glenn    Richards, Beat-    S vice president; and Miss Lydia American National Red Cross, presented the Chief Executive with the 1    ........................................ clans are asked to cooperate with; The document said    tlrot    we    were    allied    with    Russia    I rice, and Mrs. Charle* Reiff, Blue t Holding, District 160, secretary-, pin at a White House ceremony as the Red Cross launched its 193411 Corn .................................. $L40 the students.    *    “The    secretary    (Knox),    theniat that time."    Springs.    treasurer.    campaign    for funds and member*. (NEA Telephoto).    I    n    —« .... — «■ ■, Local Grain (Following prices approximate based on the normal freight differential.) Wheat ................................ $2,18 ;

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