Beatrice Daily Sun in Beatrice, Nebraska
19 Apr 1937

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19 Apr 1937

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Beatrice, Nebraska R e s to l t s mrs Vav. Sold an electric Range after running an and in the Sun classified columns for one Day. She asked $15 for the Range. The and Cost her 20 cents. Sun want ads bring pin Money. Call 263. Beatrice daily Sun if you did no to see it in the Sun it did no to happen member of the associated press the weather Nebraska arid Kansas partly Cloudy tonight and toe Dav. Volume xxx Beatrice Nebraska monday evening. April 19, 1937 no. 238 ured through work of slate child welfare i i Elt Page it Onnive benefited in smut Gan i dim i. Sami Johnson. Times it i rippled i Imi Dri n serv k is last sales at eth Street barn five Gage Towny Chili settled in several can extent of a Complete r ii of the crippled children s Are ministered by Tho state c a a tor Mildred j >hr1 in said in addition there a Era receiving sen Quot. N plans for further car. Ii have j 3 to through vices Adalid welf direct Oday. As an example o Rector Johnson Cit two year old child feet and unable to a was treated a in Hospital i returned to i walk As Well the child i under the pre 16 years of whose Parent Able to provi treatment by lion. Cd child welfare Bure ily physic Tan and is stance d. Reel or. Similar work rears by the i kit o. F assisted or. The program a total of i,08l have received a a or since March. 1936 or acting .-.tree? r it welfare Bureau has local office expense jointly by the state a three oth or awaiting service Idle chose of a n with club ilk. The tot in or hoped and recently c.1.0. Union files charges against Ford i nit cd \111o worker charge discrimination and intimidation gain to Ford. Can i \ g. M. Strike m Vav apr i i Iii i. S. As Clipper ended 6900-mile Fligle determined on death penalty w for gangsters the in or parents Able to any he to receive is services ram my t be under e and i ast be one Are final in fitly Miry medical yes and t los Pitanza ate refer red to the organize Little theatre graduates i take roles Tai a for b r. Ai it fan rippled children ices or care Harry j. Beck child led the shared Federal if the inform i Are and governments As Security program Art the social Sage fount get it ski Mhz Mitt of extra Penn tax Gage county s share of the extra enc Cen of Gas line tax it Ier the Law enacted by the state legislature. Will be approximately Sio. Boo each year to use in Matching Federal Funis f r a he. Str pm Washington. April 1ft by Homer Martin president of the United automobile workers announced today the u. A. W. A. Had filed charges of Quot discrimination and intimidation a against Henry Ford with the National labor relations Board. Martin said the charges were filed at the Board s Detroit office. 1 j Martin flew Here from Detroit the auction last Friday at the Beatrice auction House operated by col. Ben Ridgley. Was one of i today to discuss with the i a Vav last at the old location in the Bam on 7th Street. Within the be few weeks the sales will be t , to the 4-h building at the fair grounds Ben is seen in front of the door i ? 1 in Oral motor plants at Oshawa Ontario and plans to organize the Ford motor company Plant. A we already have drawn up i plans for organization of Ford workers a Martin said. A probably the Only thing we will vote on is a sympathy strike at general motors plants in this country Quot Martin declined to forecast what i the Board would do or express a personal opinion As to the advis i ability of a second series of strikes in United states plants of general motors Oshawa ont., april 1ft Jim l l ii a it spread of the general motors England tin frigate reports strike to the United states within that Poison Ira i being a Ewd it a expected by unit r. A i de automobile workers Union Lead a lipped r rom Germany. Pm today As Premier Mitchell i Hepburn warned of a More drastic b a sol protest action to halt a invasion of or. . Lanfu but the committee for Indus Baldwin Block de Hial organization. Learned from Madrid april 1ft la insurgent besiegers of Bilbao Drew their lines today for renewal of install Side Stop Light ily for Pla of tart drilling Hole Stop eight Lorf to. Now the City s pneumatic drills Are adding their raucous Voltes to the Din the Gas and electric company drillers have been making in the business Section. The Gas line repairers Are putting in new joints in the Gas Mains and it takes a lot of drilling to get to the work the City s drillers Are making preparations to change the traffic i Chis to Side positions eliminating the traffic posts in the Center of intersections on court at fifth and sixth traffic lights on the new order have already been installed at fourth and court and the Comers on Kila at fifth and sixth also will be Tea in Safe Drivers accustomed to finding j Nebraska e the traffic Light at the Center of i the intersection have been running the lights at fourth and court but the constabulary has been intent until habits of conforming to i the new order Are established the y. M c. A is adding a dramatic club to its list of activities c. D. Looper physical director announced ten Lay. A Quot Little theater movement will be of interest to Many High school graduates who enjoy but have Little Opportunity to appear in dramatic presentations its particular Appeal will be to those now out of school who were prominent in High school and College dramatic. The club will be open for Calls to perform before any civic group. And by seeking the City s Best Talent for membership Hopes to produce Good shows All varieties a both one a t and full length. All persons interested Are invited to attend the first meeting of the club thursday evening. April 22 at 7 30 in the Myca building. I or Gaines of the University of Ision department. 500 cannons Shell Bilbao a it ii ant two outlaw Vav lid fatally hint flak i t i pay Vav till i heir it in i a Baker i of blood i i spite is i f or it a Kansas it a determination love t to it but Laws lives for t at o c a Man was expressed today fellow agents of Wilberly b hot fatally Friday in to. A a a a a Post office gunfight. Dwight Grantley a a i of the Kansas City office of to. F Ray. Bureau of investigate Fred Power and Rob a anew York gunmen would Ocar rained during the Day but f re Patrick w. Croker u. S. Cormus Talon or in Kansas City Kas. Quot absolutely a Brantley a i to an inquiry whether the death pity would be sought for i wet and Suhay. S s. Alexander v. ?. Attorney at Topeka planned of Issue murder warrants against the or also accused of the $18,Odd Berv if a Bank at Katonah n in arrest at Platts ight after of a trap were parole. Peka. A pass auditing Bill to l improve county gov t i april Ift in a m i p t amp Ali i y t a f in v Mew York gunmen and demand the while the father of i agent who was nets in the Poslof their offensive after warning the Basque government Vav artillery pieces were lined up to Shell the City a defense. It was Learned from the Union High command officials expected to order a walkout from general motors plants in the United Staten unless the Oshawa strike which has made 3.700 workers Idle is settled. Leader of the automobile worker Union. Unicameral, Mea 0 Fot u of 1 1 tire tor anti Al audit i it of count government in state \ tit Rio. A j fit to Fri hot pass measure 111 b to plur a part add although communique. From Johr u lcom�7or m<lu7 my or. I help ovulate tutors off in Ray rial Organ Muon. Were known to plans several productions Are Al 1,1 repose preparations have discussed spreading the strike ready being considered. Of feeder mad county Board it til Laie year the ement by the Fede for Matching fun a Der in additon to ii county receives f four cent tax a varying from s monthly. Nato was of Chi or. Itra Clef. Y for in t it cars i in of n Mhz of h a i y. Ainee High on it they Lincoln big show week the la of their out Nee to ail m circus i i sanding school boys non Val. In a Quot Wood w h cd director is band into t opening of Formaner hot Roi get to i m Vii r in i Iii w i i hoi but you can t ted postmaster j c Douthitt that Beatrice pol e arc not on the to he a. C die j not of bed at four of clock this morning by policemen Luth Mumfor i and John Garrison when they Dis Cove my that the Light Over the vault in the Post office w to riot on. The postmaster invest Quot a ted but sound no evidence that anyone had broken into the Post office. Monday temper i rus pm. To 8 a. In. 45 i iut ii 3e�trrt1uc High 71 tie a id lights poets unit be Tom Down after the new ones Are in place the Light panels will be removed and placed on the new lit by hosts commissioner Jim ter Hune said it will probably be several weeks before the work is completed because City King sneer w. E Ewing has his men working on the project Only part time the dear ability of a change in the Stop lights was first Brough Forward by the pet Peeve committee of the Junior chamber of com still Grill suspect of Lanham rubbery mba. W. J. White Dies w Homi in k Nsasi to close the 20 mile Gap which sep below la Border yesterday after Arate i army from the besieged. I the collapse of Hepburn a blockaded and near Starling City. Major Effort to Settle the walkout basques declared the interruption with it. I o. Organizer barred meant the drive was permanent from the negotiations. J w 7 formerly Nav at the r mrs. Harry her husband mrs it of Beatrice lied s Home of her Haugh he Kiowa. Kans passed away in 1920 or. And mrs White were old settlers and for a time operated a hotel at Holmesville later taking charge of the grand Central Barwood Potete in Beatrice. About Itoh they moved to Kansas City by halted a British foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the House of commons the government was investigating reports Poison Gas was shipped from Hamburg Germany to spam. Speaking a few hours before the scheduled launching of a unique internal a patrol of Spain to 27 member nations of the non intervention committee Eden also Dis w Here they resided until the death j closed insurgent Genera Francis of or. White she then went to of Franco notified London his authorities at Coll r continuing their a cd Downs Hank i to. According to 8 a i Wash. Grilling of Abbery Sui Seriff Tom gently j charge. Will it if Landau Jwa arrested there rein d jailed on a minor through fingerprint he lifted As a suspect in the i Bank robbery of july 15. A two e other bandits out Man is sen the Iowa pc Aine ing a lit in Al form where has lived until her health failed. She la or Wert to make her Home with mrs Hill the late mrs. Truman Davis was a daughter of the deceased. Surviving besides mrs Hill in a daughter. Mrs. Josephine Wherry. Sanger Calif the grandchildren in this Vicinity Are Charles. Raymond and Donald Davis and mrs a h Zehrung. Beatrice and miss Bessie Davis Lincoln funeral services will be at 2 c t lock tuesday from the Berg Meyer Chapel the Rev. It it fouls officiating interment in Evergreen Home cemetery forces would Quot intensify a their mine laying at certain Bay of Bis j the British government assuring Protection to its merchant shipping on the High sea but not within the three mile limit of the port of Bilbao has aaa Ita Rule Union officials said they self general motors had broken two agreements with them in not settling the Oshawa strike which Rny ered its 12th Day today. The first was the february agreement in Detroit which settled the prolonged Michigan sit Down Tbs second Union leaders said was reached just last thursday in Detroit to cover the Canadian situation. It was this understanding which formed the basis of the abortive saturday conference called by Premier and which he charged failed when c. H Millard. Local Union head Quot double crossed him a definite Knock def a Hepburn declared he received Quot definite knowledge from police that c. I. O. Organizers were trying to bring on strikes at the International Nickel mine near 5ud applied to a local situation a there. Ury m Kirland i Ake and where it maintained the Harbor j Porcupine mining areas in North was dangerously mined. Pm Ontario president Juan Antonio Aguirre an further a invasion of on of the Basque government was re. Tario by the Lewis organization ported to have protested against j Hepburn warned would bring he called Quot baldwins Block Quot More drastic combative action than has been instituted to Date Lincoln april it Nebraska leg is at ire j Ator Hugh b Ashmore auditing and accounting by a vote of 40 to 0 the measure one of i signed to improve Coo. Ment in neb asks audits of cd a treasurer. And i of the other off quires the state bsh a uniform a for All county of state auditor 1 or the Bdl if so Emor will he in ploy six addition augment the staf has to make the a of the audits to and the entire s available to the f the act would 90 Days after the Joum barked by the of county tax pay Bill was opposed Ceram organization d. Forsyth of other county in establish county i to provide for cd Hon have adva and await final Deposit Long Battle senator Sav Louii Reform Bill would a Senate of president would got pro no i a. U. S. District a Alexander planned s charging Al it Suhay acc Katonah. N. Y with the murder t Baker. 27, Federal vesti gation agent As he participated a pared to re to their Ari d Power Ard d of an $18. A Herly Vav. It of in wides tor an Ime a pm hts to Sty thru Shrai cling and one v re All a Loci to select file Grap Wirtly after the stick up settled the Bank staff identified is As the gunman from photo what advice from Madrid said gov a in mint troops were driving Forward in the Teruel sector in a double thrust to Pinch off the Easterly insurgent salient which has menaced the temporary capital at Valencia since the Early Days of the civil War. The strike w hich has been marked by peaceful picketing showed co outward sign of weakening. The men walked out after the company refused to recognize the u. A. Vav As their collective bargaining agent and sire the strike started the company has made no Effort to operate the Plant. Re. A pah gtd his ii that Titi ravers a Malta if 2 instead t >1 6 new i str is to the Roosevelt Cour Day the measure lathe president would a instead of a potential six Lineal supreme com the senator who be quoted by name said Tion would win Over Loc rats w to want to Quot a re their party Leader a constituents to pass the Bill it was the first tune any of die leading opponents of the hot a contested measure agreed it Ould be enacted with a provision for a y increase in the size of the supreme court. Opposition leaders heretofore have insisted they had a solid Block of 43 votes against the Bill and that no measure the Senate with that in ing opponents. The Senate judiciary resumed hearings test it under an agreement to e a week or to Days. T lion presented Alan lit York lawyer. Jail Ana att it la 19 be he a id before a i a. S. Commission 1 oppo ther in Ham Ess City has or Bill said to in let Aven Worth Kas location of lid Paiss if a be let a1 penitent liar y. Recept two a h. Baker y urn a an Arizona six Alai state senator am d father of the Justice s. Slain agent said he will take hts liked r tot to1 son a hotly Home for funeral ser lid a Moth vices and burial. Baker died in a rec it Lough i Hosp t Tai Here real r Midnight Satui t Quot get rights i Dav i after an erne urgency operation and their and at least to o blood Transf e Bill. Iona were futile j. Edgar hoc Federal Bureau said in via Shine Hay admitted lid Baas Iff. Ai neb of Tho investigation Power and in Topeka shoot pm Friday night to fired by to kit 4 inc h scleral Plattsmouth Ester recovered Mal $6,954 in in a Kan i occupiers City thurs j. Ii. Jim sox Dik i did no i Ibi h 11 j. H. Jimerson 67, formerly postmaster at Liberty died suddenly at his Home there today soon after the noon hour supposedly from a heart attack. Surviving Are three children Cecil of Algona. Ore mrs Thomas Hewitt of St. Joseph mo., and mrs. Marie Mutchmore. Beatrice. He also leaves his aged Mother and several Brothers and Sisters no arrangements have been made for the funeral Lodi Albert l Ake lad. We Levan Flat do Ati i 1 Moons or. I la Irlotte in abandon much wheat rage in Best Section Lincoln Ai ii Anderson Stab and cultural statistician Lack of moisture Ai in the thirds of Nebraska heavier abandonment wheat than expected. Much of the wheat in the East tit a p a. Federal Agri said today a lust storms Eastern two has caused of Winter one and a half feet to More than three and a half feet Quot in the Western part however moisture is Quot extremely abort and As a consequence crop production prospects in that area Are Quot very discouraging. As a whole the Spring season is he said the seeding . Riou Dik 1 did Fly of o a St or s e Rigg old resident of Beatrice died suddenly Bat inlay night at Long Beach Calif., where she left recently with or. And mrs. N. M. Ryan who drove their son. Lindley Ryan to California he having been transferred in the Navy department to a coast Post it is said pneumonia was the cause of death. Mrs Rigg was a daughter of the late g. W. Hinkle who operated one of the first drug stores in the City and at the time of his death was an extensive property owner. Her husband the late s. A Rigg was for years employed in or. Hinkles drug store he later sen Rice has one of the other seven funeral services will be tuesday Edaa postmaster of this City and roie5 afternoon at i o clock from the for a number of years was inter Gilbert a pre medic freshman Home of her son. Rudolph and at a v u a Fon t4 a in to Vas prominent in Beatrice Madgh 1 30 from soap Creek Church the i Fly Mouth a Mool dramatics debate oratory Rev. Goes officiating. Interment in s Miami mum0 11 Quot a a Bronzy j Church a met cry mrs. Rigg is survived by her 8, in the unco5n newspapers surviving Are the following Chil sister mrs n m Ryan a Niece sum Lay the Louis was a Cousin of Dren Henry of Deshler George of miss Katherine Rigg and a two Robert Taylor. Because Louis is Plymouth Fred. Rudolph and or nephews George and Lindley Ryan. A from Beatrice and takes part in nest of Dewitt mrs Lottie Rahe funeral services will be at 2 30 i dramatics he is often called Tav of Ellis mrs. Fred Bergmeyer of of clock Friday afternoon from the Lor Quot on the Campus thus giving Wilber. Mrs h Grummert of ply Home of or and mrs n. M Ryan Rise to the erroneous impression month. Mrs August Deeke of drills friends said Here today i la Chi f. St Vav vhf i in Vav i Hgt m Nimon but Louis Gilbert Beatrice and Dorothy Knight Lincoln will play the Leada in Bill of Divor cements to be staged by the plainsman players of Nebraska Wesleyan University Friday and saturday at Lincoln. Margaret avers also of Beatrice. Has one of the other seven mrs Charlotte Pohlman s4. Died suddenly Saturn Lay night at the Home of her son. Rudolph four Miles Northeast of Dewitt. She w As an old resident of Saline county her husband who was presided of the Farmers a merchants Bank at Dewitt died five years ago. V Way to my a Sho s to take up a previous of Charles e Stewart 67, for gift wanted to two years a resident of Gage Coe ted to Check to tiled saturday evening at i Luse Home about fifteen Miles North i at Beamer after a Brief illness m Stewart preceded him in 1929. Surviving Are the follow children Hurley. Burlington col Russell Central City Gayle us w Ood Calif Perry. Man Newpol Leslie grand Island mrs. Fli enee Sorenson Filley mrs Xvi York. Denver funeral services will be Al 2 of clock wednesday afternoon Fri pm. The Cortland methodist Church t the Rev. Mckinzie officiating int ment in Highway Center Cen ter Washington april 19 up Simeral agents maddened by the a ath yesterday at Topeka kans a special agent Wimberly w Aker raised a fund of 17.156 to to which they said would be sent a h. H Baker of Yuma Aru 5 Multi 11.\ i in i Ummi Al i Al Conti St u keeping Wilt med Able to t aught about a Ashmore a Cei Ved this or Lea and the a taxpayers in his plan to t saw it Accel Quot of >1 Conn Sec re w c Rma business vis pm third he said has not made of grains having been delayed. Al the anticipated Progress and As a 415 North fifth Street this City Extension i i Hgt meet mat Vav Lek Witt w Hhd in i Obi v i i in ii Rutx by w Vlk of t result the abandonment there will be somewhat larger than indicated earlier. Only half of that area has what can be called a wheat a the statistician reported. A a the Best wheat is limited largely Quot Anderson Aid Quot to the Terri Ory East of and including Gage and 1-Aneaster counties Sarpy Douglas. And the Southern half of Nuckolls. Thayer an i Jefferson the soil moisture in about to Southeast i ii counties he Slid i fancy satisfactory laughing from the annual achievement Day of Gage county Extension clubs Falfa is showing up Quot quite Well Anderson declared and Quot even Pas it flu Bottom a Quot pm it Quot will be held thursday. April 29 at what better than expected in View l. Al in of the damage from he drought the last three qty eight clubs receiving Extension the smallest number of cattle a let from the University for Market in Many years was on j eco Noi lacked a it ment will feed in Nebraska april i. A direct pm per n the program As result of the drought the Statis up Cial features will be talks by to Lucian said. The total was about county agent a e Huff music 55 percent lower than a year ago. th1 Gage county horns and a dry conditions have shot toned the special meeting in the morning for be v Hui e Wilm in is state officer a tit ,. San Francisco april 1ft Coli , neb. April 1ft a attorneys for four railway Marie Lemley of Lincoln was in brotherhoods and the Southern a stalled As president of the Nebras civic Railroad company worked on a federation of business and briefs today for submission to the professional women s clubs at the Federal emergency Board appoint close of the convention Here lasted by president Roosevelt to Deal night. With a threatened strike of 8.500 other officers elected and instal Nien employed by the Southern paled were leis Van Valkenburg Dou final Passa and account. A Long Battle i Ade Farmer. I Teres by i Hitchcock col years ago in against his to he wanted county Board time before. Is the Slack left finals Ashmore know Why he att into the books to of the deficit. He every turn by Box he said no one be Terre. The More i to the madder i go Quot and finally i co form accounting audit system he organized a Rue unit. Propose state organization j de. Four years a legislature with the express desire of introducing his Bill. He was Defeated but he ran again for the unicameral and won the lawmakers also passed senator Lester l. Dunn s Bill requiring state tax commissioner w h. Smith to Purchase mail meter ing machines for metering outgo my state mail. Sponsors of the measure said it Washington. April 19 i tvs eel opposition by a few men wit Quot would save the state several Hun senator Norris i web proposed any political influence dred dollars annually. The vote was today that constitutional amen pausing now and then to put 35 to 4. And the measure carries merits be ratified i by popular a his pipe reflectively Norris spoke i the emergency clause for lined Unity vote in two thirds of the a with a determination a wow crate effectiveness. States. Of hrs Long struggles for the Arn la 412, giving prisoner of the thrusting yet another Factor Duck Quot amendment and for muscle a Tate two months Good time for into tie controversy Over the con j Shoals legislation working outside the Walls of a siltation and inc judiciary he aug but the nebraskan vigorous fur penal institution or for attending Geste i replacing the amending All his 75 years was not looking school passed by a vote of 31 to 9 clause of the fundamental charter Back. T it carries the emergency clause with one designed to simplify Quot in a thinking of the future How Speed and reduce the Cost of the said preparatory to introducing amending process. The latest amendment in the sen a live always favored submitting ate at noon today amendments to the people a he the projected amendment said in an interview. Quot the thing which would repeal article five of that has brought it to the fore the Constitution would not alter now is that opponents of the pres i the provision that a two third ident s court Bill say a let s take it j vote in Congress is necessary i to the people a they propose con submit an amendment. Proposes popular vote constitutional amendments Floyd w Seley diff it Home in Liberta Floyd Willey 38, died sunday at his Home in Liberty after an illness of four months he is survived by his wife and Stith Tamal amendments. States would have to about Tho North Platte first vice president Imogene Scamman of Beatrice second vice president i Ziretta m the Price of wheat w As 3 cents stronger on the local markets to supplies of Corn feed Grams. Hay leaders and present anti past or is Brandon of Omaha recording Sec Day. The top being 1 26 other an i forage with the resultan Dent an exhibit of u lessons Mary my to Morgan of Lincoln Giam anti produce Price were in High prices. He said. Swul be on display at the Church a treasurer. I changed. Seven children his parents and mrs. C. R. Willey and relatives funeral services will be at o clock tuesday from the Libert Baptist Church the Rev Powell officiating. Here is a Way to take Ann i to the voters in the Hents to the people. At present next general Eta Hon fret sub with ratification dependent on a Mission except that if an Al Hon 30 lion by three fourths of the state i followed within 60 Days after attire or conventions. It s a1 Mission the amendment vote e most impossible to get an Amend would be deferred in ii the a meat adopted if there is concert ceiling

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