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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Beatrice, Nebraska The temperatures to he 3 p. In. Yesterday High to la \ a Low. To High year ago. 91 Low year ago62 Beatrice daily Sun tt1e weather Nebraska a partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature. Kansas partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature. A if you did no to see it in the Sun it did no to happen member of the associated press Lume Ali Beatrice Nebraska monday evening june 5, 1944 single copy 5o no. 280 Iii Over county Lite River Indian Creek out of ranks Mon umm Lai week Elid Rains a thousand a Quot a a bombers raid French coast England \ Poland Loudon 4 Germany Foj oin i in reel or four i Normal. Bridge. River higher i hat Ira Mio mar Odell the big Blue River and both loan creeks in Gage county were sunday As a. Result of heavy ins in the North and South parts Gage county saturday night Iii More Rains sunday afternoon. The Blue at the court Street Edge Here was about four feet ghee than Normal at the High tint sunday noon after which in Waters began to recede. Heavy Lins late sunday afternoon near Atonia and Wilber brought loan Creek up again but by this Ion the Blue had subsided to Iree feet above Normal. The Blue did not Rise High Tough to flood Chautauqua Park though benches in the lower arts of the Park were removed a precaution. Sunday noon Indian Creek was j it., of its Banks on North second reef and water was running i a Rosa the Street on both sides of in Creek Bridge leading into Glen a. This morning the water level and dropped or nigh so travel there mid be resumed. The Hoyt Street Road into Glen vet from the East was not Are i it ulv menaced by rising Waters it unday. But lowlands thereabouts Here flooded and Indian Creek was wide torrent about five feet Bove Normal in South Beatrice a Small twist a saturday night Southwest of he Beatrice fit id club Tore the i oof off a i Birken House and it topped part of it on an autom pne damaging the ear quite Ballat the Home of Dean Gilkerson n East Oak Street. The wind Iso blew the Back porch off and so caught up a Hay rack deposing it in a nearby Alfalfa Field t lib i reek smaller a e. Palmer weather observer it the court House this morning sported 132 inches of rainfall in Beatrice since saturday afternoon Plymouth reported rainfall of in or two inches saturday and sunday. Cub Creek was swollen sunday noon with water coming in to within a Tom it tin floor of lie Bridge five Miles West of Beatrice in Highway i Tornado near Odell at Odell a bad storm was re sorted Saun est ought be i Wien 6 mall p. Rn., with % inches if rain having fallen. West of Dell wind blew Down big Brancher Trees and at the Alfred wheel farm six Miles South and me mile West of Odell a Tornado ook All Tho buildings except the Louse according to reports Hoard y Joseph Sheila aaa county committeeman. Much Corn was cashed out and must be replanted j said. Indian Creek at Odell was nailing Bank full Shalla said. Oiler had Only 1 inches of rain which held Down the flood Waters it Odell. But toward Wymore Here Odell a Indian Creek joins die Blue and farther on flood water spread tub at Barneston to Blue River was reported out Over the Bottoms last my lit Hail id near Liberty Between Wymore and Liberty two heavy Rains tame saturday zoning tile first a two in her striking about 6 p. In. And the bei.on11 about 7 a it i with 2 Inch a More accompanied by furious wind and some Hail. A Windmill was in ported blown Down and Hail Cut Down Tomato plants and damaged Alfalfa. Much Corn was washed out my will have to be replanted. George Fulton motored to Wymore to meet his daughter coming from Omaha and on the Way toward Liberty his car with chains on became stuck in a Toad inundated with deep water and had to be pulled out with a tractor. Near Clatonia another heavy storm came up Nom the Southwest sunday afternoon. With heavy wind and rain adding to i flood Waters coming into Indian Creek Ami the Blue. I Herman radio sax Lianes Ere Dyer Laris reds Mil Hungary. Ith Maul in Row in Rwm Florence Marks. 5, leaving police station where she amt her Mother discussed with officers Lier abduction from her doctor father s Home Iii Seattle. A wire photo. Argue retrial Charlie Lin tier by Vav. W. Fletcher London june 5 of it approx mat Cly 1.250 american heavy bombers and fighters leading an Allied Aerial assault of powerful proportions against the fortified French coast smashed military installations in tile Boulogne and Calais areas today with an Esti a mated 2,200 Short tons of bombs j this was the fourth attack in i a Row against the Pas Calais 1 the Hgt a of France closest to England and it. Came after bad a bombers attacked French coast i objectives and targets in Cologne it Germany last night. See rocket shells watchers on the English coast facing Boulogne could see enemy rocket shells rising from the ground leaving a thin Trail of smoke and exploding High in the air. For More than three hours powerful fleets of american and Brit London june 5 to american bomber formations were Over Paris at noon today the German radio at the French capital asserted. Berlin reported that russian planes were Over Hungary last bombers thundered across the i English Channel Clouds which re placed the earlier Clear sky failed to halt the offensive. Lithuania 8 la / Prussia Moscow Smolensk maund Spain Quot austrian Bungay f Rumania i a a bulgar a i Italy % of Greece a it a Russia a Kie Kharkov Rosnov states pre War boundaries As of sep 1.1039 nazi fuehrer great filth army Sneads northward of romans Happy As liberators entered City stars symbolize Allied bombing bases in England Italy North Africa Middle last and Russia with dotted line indicating possible pattern of shuttle bombing of Lliter held territory following first West to East attack by planes which lauded at secretly prepared american bases in Russia. Via wire photo. Declares Herman i rout moved Northwest of its i propose i Apical it pm City. W Elc did by some i s compiled from a dispatches Adolf Hitler acknowledged the a fall of Rome belatedly last night with declarations that the German i fighting front had moved to the j Northwest of the City and that a j proposal had been made to the allies to regard the italian capital j As an open City. Two special German commune is bricks or y japs prepare n offensive High court hears Vrgo ments i o not i it in i inter pointing new judge. Lincoln pre me court ments on a us court s Ord r judge Cha re june 5 it a today or it Ion to be a p Point i r ? e. Eldr Cook t Cha re tried it charge fatal Elkhorn f Ion of the Presto Hutter n a first in convex hooting of Rmer. N trial the it the Mah the us i argue the Triet of my it trial of Glo was leg rec murder Ion with the Grant Fallon. 11 the Conius Harg was re the and the re since june began the More than 200 Miles of French coast line a bristling with German guns has been shaken from end to end by Allied bombs. The big British bombers made it their target for the third Cense Cutie flight last night. The u. S. Eighth air Force has neglected j targets deeper in the continent for the last four Days to conc enter by a Illiam Phipps associated press the japanese War octopus is running against Ever heavier Allied air blows on five of its far lung tentacles but Tokyo radio said today monday Quot an offensive which will Cut China in two and foil american strategy is ready. Allied Aerial successes were reported in new assaults in new Guinea operations in the Southwest Pacific against the Kurile islands in the North Pacific and on Truk in the Central Pacific in the India Burma theater an Allied operational summary said Quot overwhelming air superiority was a major Factor in placing those campaigns in favourable positions before the monsoons curtailed Progress. Adm. Lord Louis Mountbatten announced gains of 200 Yards in bitter fighting for Japan a my Itkina base in North Burma and japanese withdrawal from Samsun in the Western end of the North Burma front. While the Tokyo radio talked of Japan a readiness Quot to launch Tho most formidable offensive Ever against the allies a nip ponese troops edged closer to Changsha. The invaders main Force was 40 Miles East Northeast of the City another 35 Miles North and a third 50 Miles Northeast. But in Northen Honan the chinese recaptured Ansing in their drive on the big japanese base of Rochow 55 Miles East. In Honan province 400 Miles North the chinese pressed on toward japanese occupied Loyang from captured Sun Hsien. 45 Northeast. Other chinese troops in Yunnan province crossed the shave i River pushing to within 12 Miles of the japanese base of ten Chung in their drive into Northern Burma. Gen. Douglas Macarthur mounted a new offensive in an attempt to wrest the important airfields from the stubborn japanese defenders of Biak Island in the Schoutens. Daughter Boach a verdict liberating and the int Eugene cd that the order or modified so trial court said order was Quot very la \ i. Frank i irs to Texas Bay irs Home a f. Flu has received word her brother in Law a vies formerly a a a of of the the a of which r his Hon red in he is Roi this City death of a Frank Beatrice. Night at he Vig i Beatrice six weeks ago. Is survived by his wife two the Rev. Francis Bales of purred saturday at Lassie Tex. Dated to no jury did not r after 21 hours of jury was diam is trial ordered. Mutter s Atte Sullivan arguing should be revoke As to absolve the the High court s damaging to judge Henry Beal who presided at the trial. Attorney general Walter Johnson supporting his action in asking for the outside judg said that Quot while the order has East reflection on judges of the fourth judicial distention to i vat reflection on other judges of the Fourt judicial Henry j. W Ibec Dies to Home Northwest i of it Henry j. Wiebe 81, who we born in West Prussia Germany i february 28, 1863, and came to i Gage county in 1878, died at his a farm Home 81 t Miles Northwest of i Beatrice yesterday where he had resided for 57 years surviving Are six sons Gerhard j Henry Alfred Rudolph and Arr j old ail of Beatrice and Oscar i who is stationed at a Public civil j Ian Camp at Hill City s d.,. Daughters mrs. J. B Klaassen j i Beatrice and miss Gertrude Penner of Tho Home Brothe Jacob a. And a sister mrs. Vav. A. Penner Beatrice mrs. Wiebe died a few years ago. Funeral services will be at 2 j of clock wednesday afternoon from the Harman Johnson funeral Home i with the Rev. Walter Dyck of Fie in Ting and at 5 o clock from Tho country mennonite West of town with the Rev. Cornelius Benni j and the Rev Walter Dyck in j i charge. Interment in the Church it cemetery. Atle. I Avern of tiers i o meet Here june 6 a meeting will be held for res Laurant cafe and tavern proprietors tomorrow evening june 6, at 7 30, at the chamber of Corn a Merer office in the City auditorium. Fourth and Kila streets e. B. O Brien District i ice a District it Maha Leguia trate on immediate tactical gets behind the invasion Wall. Dump 13.000 tons it is estimated that Well Over 13,000 tons of bombs have been j dumped on France by american and British heavy bombers alone in the last 72 hours. The greater part of this i a stating weight of explosives has fallen in the Pas Calais area it and on nazi Strong Points surrounding the Channel ports of Boulogne Calais Dieppe and Dun Perque the rest has been aimed ? mostly at Road and rail communications As deep into Northern France As Paris. The German radio soon after j noon warned that single enemy planes were Over the lower Danube suggesting that Italy based bombers were on the prowl j the nazis asserted that Germany itself was free from enemy planes i preceded by Thunderbolt fighter bombers which div bombed flak defences a Small Force of u. S. Medium marauders attacked the Northern France invasion zone in midday. Pilots reported moderate flak and no fighter opposition. Rocket carrying typhoons of j the British second tactical air j Force struck radio location instal subs destroy w 16 More ships Outh drowns As Rains fall oiled stale Brines it h japanese \ Essel to 589. Total Slink slight properly damage rail. W ire ser ice disrupt-1 by floods. In lat ions second in Northern franc successive Day. For the new fanned Roods. Meal Stamps valid five new coupons for processed foods canned goods and three new coupons for meats and fats Are now Good for to Points each. The five Blue Stamps from War ration Book i Are these r8, is to us and vib. They became valid june i according to word from the Omaha opa office released today. They Are Good indefinitely along with All Blue Stamps from a8 to q8. The three red Stamps from ration Book 4 Are i a y8 and w8, which became valid june 4. They also will he Good indefinitely along with red Stamps a8 to to. All meats sex opt beef steaks and roasts Are still Point free. Washington june 5 up it a United states submarines have destroyed 16 More japanese merchant ships the Navy reported today. Bringing the total of enemy ships sunk by american subs to 589. Tile latest bag included a Large transport and a Large cargo vessel. Navy department communique no. 522 said sink 118 combat ships a a Pacific and far East Quot i United states submarines have reported the sinking of 16 vessels in operations against the enemy in these Waters As follows a one Large transport a one Large cargo vessel Quot seven medium cargo vessels. Quot two Small cargo vessels. A four medium cargo transports. Quot one Small cargo transport. "2. These actions have not been reported in any previous Navy a 11 ment the total of enemy ships sunk to Date includes 148 combat vessels. New sugar stamp will become \ a i i Ltd jump it on Friday june 16, another new sugar stamp will become valid for five pounds of sugar. This will be Quot sugar stamp no 32�?� it a the last Page of War ration Book 4, and it will in Good indefinitely in addition to sugar Stamps 30 and 31 on the same Page this information Nom the Omaha District of a office. Norfolk neb., june 5 up a one youth drowned in the North Fork River slight property damage was caused and rail and wore service were disrupted Rains of almost cloudburst proportions fell in Northeast Nebraska Over the week end. Frank Krutina 14-year-old son of mrs. Emma Krutina of Norfolk drowned yesterday when he went swimming alone in the old North Fork River bed. Filled with water by last month s flood in this area and deepened by saturdays heavy Rains. Cloudburst during which several inches of rain fell in less than an hour preceded the flood. Basements flooded Homes in Hoskins neb., which were flooded May 12 in the last flood were threatened again by High Waters Anil basements in the business Section of Winside neb., were flooded. Wire service to Winside was still out sunday and the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad line to Winner 8. A was reported out of use because of washouts near Hadar neb and Verdigre. Neb. John b. Atkins 70-year-old resident of Norfolk where streets j were flooded fell into a water filled Gulch while shoving a Corn stalk Jam under a Small Bridge hut saved himself by swimming under the Bridge under water to the other Side. Lek to speak president Roo a Elt will speak Over All major networks at 730 p. Iii. Cwt tonight for 15 minute on developments related to die capture of Rome the germans first Learned of the fall of Rome in a 7 a. In. Broadcast today and the Berlin press said the Allied Victory a a involves a loss of prestige for Ger quest the first word in Many Days from the fuehrer a Headquarters j were broadcast after Allied troops had liberated the eternal City. J fight Loos on the fight in Italy will go on. I said the first announcement Quot to Force final Victory for Germany j and her allies. The year of the in i Vasion will bring Germany Sene j noes an annihilating defeat at the most decisive moment a it declared German troops had left Rome Quot to prevent its the other announcement assert. Of Field marshal Albert Kessel ring had Given the Vatican proposals that Rome to made an open City and asked they be conveyed to the Allied command. The announced proposals said j the German High command pledge i of itself to keep no military installations within the open City area and would carry out no troop movements in Rome. Fought in streets Field dispatches said German Armor in Rome offered stiff resistance to the Allied troops and German snipers fought from Street to Street before they were wiped out German propagandists immediately launched a Campaign to impress people of the Axis that loss of Rome was really favourable for them. Quot abandonment of Rome is a considerable gain from a military Point of View Quot said Karl Praegner German radio commentator. Welcome fifth army Rome june 5 Ltd it Rome sinning brightly in sparkling sunlight and spared almost entirely from the ravages of War today gave fifth army troops a which turned the eternal City a near carnival. The City is virtually intact. The germans last of whom Alin keel from the capital last night like beaten dogs limited their demolitions to a few installations of no artistic or religious importance. W Ith hardly a look at Rome allies race after retreating nazis. Of i it it wit u v n unable to find a year s search to porch to tile Home in new Orleans Man. After a Lay bricks for of her daughter mrs. William w Addel i a grandmother decided to tackle the Job herself. She did after writing the Federal government for information on Brick Laving. Al wire photo. British subs sink ships a is \ is sols i destroy Elt a in Mediterranean. V e g e a ii i Heaters of Var. By Noland n Orgaard Allied Headquarters Naples june 5 it a the powerful fifth army thundered across the tiber toward Northern italian horizons in Pursuit of the 10th and 14th German armies today with hardly a look at captured Rome ancient seat of Western civilization fallen a prize to Allied troops after nine months of sacrifice. Last ditch German rearguard died within the Shadow of the roman forum and in the streets of the government Quarter in bitter clashes As italian partisans j bar chested and wearing Hammer and sickle insignia fought hand to i Allied Headquarters Naples Dune 5 Pic five Hundred american head y bombers joined lighter planes in smashing attacks on enemy communications North of Rome today in an Effort to snarl the German Retreat from Rome. Rome Dune 5 tip Pope Pius addressing a crowd in St. Peters Square expressed thanks to god tonight that Rome had not been destroyed by War. London. June 5 up British submarines Sank 31 Axis ships 26 of them merchantmen and five naval auxiliaries in recent operations in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas the admiralty announced tonight. Seven other merchantmen were damaged the communique said. The u. S. Navy department an ,8uns flounced that american subpar hand with fascists and nazis in a Brief Battle for liberation. Italians kiss allies the italian populace cheered american and Allied infantry and tank teams As they threaded the City s streets rushed to kiss the bearded and Grimy liberators and with shrill cries warned of ambushes ahead. Some of the romans died in the City s closing hours of German domination victims of machine they tried to seize almost i bar handed. Lark grateful London. June 5 up a the Naples radio said la Gen Mark w. Clark of the fifth army in a speech to his corps commanders had declared Quot i doubt if the 14th German army is any longer capable of fighting a Quot it is a great Day for the fifth army a Gen. A Lark was quoted As saying on the capture of Rome. Quot French British and american troops have made it possible and i want to thank Gen Faker i la Gen. Ira c. Faker air commander for his air support. Moscow june 5 tp1 news of the Allied capture of Rome was received enthusiastically in mom i cow today As a sign of impending Complete occupation of Italy and defeat of Germany a . Mikhail Galaktionov. Anes had sunk 16 More japanese merchant ships bringing their Tai to 589. J one of the British prizes was a Large and strongly escorted munitions ship bound for the big greek Island of Crete. Shell store targets submarines also shelled a mini i Ber of Shore targets on the italian i land South French coasts and on Welcome Urcie admiralty said. Into pie Kag one f largest yet announced by the admiralty included two Large Supply vessels two medium sized and 22 Small Supply ships. In the same area where the munitions ship was blown to the Bottom a Large Supply ship was torpedoed and sunk and a number of smaller vessels were dispatched by gunfire. The naval ships sunk included a medium sized Salvage vessel and one of possibly two mine sweepers. An Oil refinery on the italian coast a railway Yard a seaplane hangar in the South of France and a radio station on Crete were bombarded by the undersea Craft. But despite the sporadic clash to is which took place even though the German High command had pretended until the last that Rome was an open City the italian capital with its store of cultural and religious treasures apparently came through unscathed for the most part. Quiet at Vatican police officers said All was quiet at the Vatican where tire Pope has been a virtual prisoner of German bayonets since last september a Berlin broadcast said Baron von Weizsaecker German ambassador to the holy see Quot has left his residence in Rome Villa Bonaparte and moved to Vatican City. Other diplomatic missions of the tripartite Powers will move to Vatican City namely those of Japan Hungary Slovakia Romania and British correspondents in Madrid said the Pope spent sunday in prayer and in consultation with papal officials during the hours of reviewing in pravda words of prs an Allied i Gen sir i was desc rib execution Quot a Quot of the most and strategic the Victory in an article used the warmest t Given Here to operation. Alexanders plan a a excellent a its a and its result important political significance. Dan rold i feet Filer i luny changes steel tank has of conversion scare Lorado Springs Colo. Wallace Sioux City la. Three daughters mrs. Pieta Williams Dallas Tex Virgin i Tyler Tex. Lillian at Home. He it Beatrice 28 years ago and at the time of his passing he was pastor of the evangelical Church at Lassie. Burial will be at Houston Tex Kim. Gites i p pow ers Naples june 5 a King Ait Turin Emanuele has signed a decree giving up his Powers and turned it Mer to the italian government it a reported tonight endive and Mark havens Price Liaison officer from will explain restaurant Lions arid directives. Invitation letters hav it sent from the Gage count Price and rationing office Gage county cafe restauro tavern owners As Well As a i s of drug stores and other p where food is sold. He it and own reclines pm Kell of a Ipi pee. John Mitchell of Omaha formerly of Beatrice has be n it awarded the purple heart for wounds received in action on the Anzio beachhead according to word received by Beatrice friends Mitchell who enlisted at Omaha i us with a Hospital unit. Ithe following article appear i in the june Issue of Fortune mag j Juzie out today. There s a lot of talk about How j j Tough r conversion will be for Littie business but it Doest bother Beatrice steel tank manufacturing co at All Poi thirty years after it was founded in Beatric Nebraska by Handyman Tom and i Lams this company manufactured i steel troughs storage bins and j Well Cating for the farmyard an a flumes and culverts for irrigation i projects. Since the Middle of 1941 it has been making cases for depth charges in re Plant near the Blue River about 1,400 Miles from either Ocean. It did this Jon Well j enough from the Start to win one of the first Navy quotes Quot Between i the Mississippi and the Rockies and four stars have since been added to tile initial award. But j the company expects no favors for work Well done. Quot when we started in this War production a say.-, Young Tom Adams a we wer Jarl a Bunch of Strong Arm Mer Ane s i with an oversize tin shop. Weil tire Guye Nugent has educated us we be years ment most Ltd a ked ten or of experience i into three Yar constructive put we could in Adana no big and v or fifteen my Devin a a that the Star plan it to and in january 1941, ablation trip East Tom in to shop around i i tracts. Ordnance of Nide a acing to even he s or. Started it than a Blad till machinery a till i s in 11 olde ii bet rung Tor Plant shop i than himself. When he i 1935, the original shop had augmented by half a dozen lean tos marking the company a modest growth. He left this unpretentious Plant to his son Tom i Aud his son in Law a strapping All a Oun Mechanic named Marion dote i save in the first world War old j Tom rarely employed thirty Mea and sales Seldom grossed , his heirs did Little better until 1939, when the government s Ever i Normal granary program called for 1 More than 60,000 new storage bins i in two year. Young Tom Long i used to Selling irrigation and Stor age equipment to government a i envies got his share of it n. Cd building from Tii a department f i agriculture. Sales in 1939 hit $258,000. In 1940 they leached$283,000 4 but Una business wit cd Iwuh. D Lou St. My hut by a Navy blueprint Fin Call thai Kansas City Iville could his Sheet a i last Day in comma ruler of the old a depth charge. It a much More precise Louis no our Etal Plant Washington threw him Mark i Rhea work Adam had Ever done hut a boasted he could it. Sui his first contract in March 1941. Has grossed Well Over $1 Mit a year in Navy work and to built an addition to i out of Plain sturdy whee he financed it himself and a it with machinery include prize 84"x60&Quot had Mauiu which he is writing Oft with Ainoi Tiza 11 in Quot certify Lea Tes. January 1943, payroll was up 250, including deaf mutes and Lees from Beatrice face blk i minded institution. Mott of the work is too heavy for women but at the Peak Twenty five women i worked in the shop. I but thy Laster Tom Adarno Contra lookup March build Ala Navy or Hopes to erne Urb ter the making rues in to i v he rec to some path Char e Sunborn fore the i t last Ai out he la in Deer i for a landed Minum a Nance get by Ich will i War in biplane in Vic Rived i of his this be earn w Cut Bani her he new work a Eon time wider to Iii from but Metal e Little i a Grant nil of a Ira farm help Here Southeast Nebraska Farmers Are going to need extra help during the Rush periods this summer but they count on getting most of it locally. Corn cull a Ting haying Harvest Ara the Busy seasons everywhere in the Eastern counties vegetable crops will need extra hands tire transit labor is expected to go farther West where the Small Grain crop is better than he re these facts were brought out at j a District conference of courtly i agents and labor supervisors held Here today. The a in cultural Extension Stilt office was represent of by a i. Ross a. H Maunder l. R Snipes and e t Winter. J t Clinty reports Gage county w ill not need exert regular help Seward j High school boys has less 5 per cent of Normal wheat i Perren u sing than 8 Harvest assert i per in Ess i a pm 1.1 to a in i it Blit is f by tie by per Lite ires. In to in Palait a Tun or lion a Anis h Plant Iron equip my a press Quot fast by to Par prewar line today Tom Adams has a backlog approaching $2 million he has More Money in the Bank than he Ever had in his life. He Lins a better Plant and More highly skilled workers. In october 1941, a. I of l machinists organized i shop and in negotiating three contract he has found the Union easy to get on with. He Nas no labor troubles and no management problems either Adams and Dole and their families own More than to percent of the company Stock. Unlike executive committees in continued in rage 2, cd Usu uni Marn tha. Half of cent a Light n not plat Cis but t Asse ii no growers Satin about 8 Good Pawnee Richard i or or \ in f fens j heir nine 1 help it hat and i h need to use will he n for a. Heat to hands Intel. Expected 75 por will be Nemaha violent liberation of the City. The Swiss guard had been doubled about Vatican City to prevent an influx of refugees. German broadcasts said Allied diplomatic representatives to the holy see already had left the Vatican precincts for then old apartments in Rome. King Vittorio Emanuele was expected to hand Over his Power to Crown Prince Umberto at a Tor Mal ceremony in keeping with his Promise of several months ago to act when the allies entered Rome although first reports from rom wet1 scanty concerning damage in the City a number of demolitions were carried out by the germans. Dispatches said the Felt factory had been the scene of one such demolition while efforts also apparently were made to wreck Gas electric and water util i cities. Allied Headquarters announced the occupation of Rome by the i fifth army last night Aud thus was realized on of the main Obj Jec Tives when Gen ii Harold Al exan Tler started the huge Allied offensive May la. The other main destruction of the and 14th armies. Ane Tivi s or i out and i the fifth a used today inject Ive the German 10 the remained to be toward this of and eighth a Rai Side w Edwd in Brid irk i j wed Dic Ker Dies it Hume at Nauvoo 111, Moc s on not 5 t.49 w Tise be was year Quot to it Day con a Gen. Lark. A ears father new York. June Gen. Mark Vav. Clark army troops took Raj ignited Quot father of the the National fathers Day committee announced Gen Clark was no Honor by a Cable a signed by Alvin Ault director of the a the Putter. Fathers Day wheat acreage or h. A Kempner today re Normal looks crewed word of the death of James Prospect fair Dieter formerly of Beatrice ii Oats poor which occurred saturday at his clod Oats fair Home at Nauvoo Iii. Ider Par John j or. Dierker was employed at the Kempker furniture company store on North fifth Street beat a for three month before re la turning to i Home in Illinois. If Ted it to if the Rome a executive to Day cornus june is. Fined for King Spear Elvin Koch of Dewitt paid a e Dollar Tine and $2 60 in costs county court today after plead-4 guilty to a charge of fishing for in in with a til e. Or. A Spear v complaint in stale without a permit. Was filed by Roy courier Vatious firc

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