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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Beatrice, Nebraska
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Sweet music 8 30 Lux theatre information spotlight hand 8 45 Lux theatre 1. Please i band tis. Story 9 00 screen Guild Percy Faith i Gladstone news 9 15 screen Guild Percy Faith i top of evening to no Blondie or. I. Q. I. Heidt for hires 9 45 Blondie i or. I. Q. I Heidt for hires 10 00 love a mystery new Tower i news 10 15 Ivy bpm program i sport i a 1st Aff show i 80 in bpm Pron ram Isy Phonet to i dance Parade 10 45 in bpm program by Inchon amp Tea Dane Parade Beatrice neb., monday june 5, 194 4 Beatrice daily St it Page three radio program honoured at monday ii be 5 four Jap targets 11 00 Warrington Orch Midnight revue 11 15 Warrington Orch midnite revue la to a it dds worthy i revue at new la 15 a i holds Vav on i Midnight Revuel a m a 5 Odusch j a Rice Parade dance Parade dance Parade Northern Kyushu Fukuoka to 3 Casebo tip Kumamoto a Kagoshima if a Tiesi a wow june 6 Zowi k Tok 6 00 a news news 6 15 farm service aunt Sally 6 30 now its. Leis Morton w e los 6 45 idols to markets Victory music farm program is Lent farm program silent new musical clock farm program mimic Al pm. K 7 00 news 7 15 Roundup 7 30 around up 7 45 or. P. Bradley a sex Dreyer Agronsky m. Agr Orisky cheerful earful Andrini Boss Musliu clock news news ibo Olitan bord i Lyle. Don. Stan a clock. News musical clock 8 00 pushing 8 15 Iru Snong 8 30 Ihl ble 8 45 Bible family Melody til news breakfast club Bra fast club family Creighton uni. Breakfast club Abr fast club Stan Rucker co breakfast Clun Bra fast club stat Rucker co. Breakfast club breakfast club 9 00 news 9 15 Jessie Young 9 30 Jessie Young 9 45 open door Lara Lawton Sweet River Sweet re new world my True Story my Tri in do mate Story tit. Music my True Star play House listening Post Ltd quiz 10 00 honeymoon Hill Road or life Isar i s 10 15 second husband Vic tit Sade Isar i s 10 30 Bright horizon Brave tomorrow kill Martin Etc. 10 46 aunt Jenny David Harum lean Sullivan 11 00 Kate Smith in Lyons religion 1 15 big sister 11 30 Helen Trent instrument farm tit Home la 45 Texas Mary news Tower farm amp Horne Baukhage news i living should m arme Marine Killeya a picnic in honer of Rte. And mrs. Ralph Petersen who left thursday for Arkansas was held at Chautauqua Park on monday evening. Relatives attending were or. And mrs. Chris Petersen and sons or. And mrs. Fred Petersen or. And mrs. Richard Vonasek and Al Len Dean of Orab Orchard mrs. Anna Petersen Nick Peterson and daughters or. And mrs. Melvin Scholle and mrs. Vein Mather Ruth Halcomb left monday for Kim bad where she will spend a i few Days v visiting her brother. Luverne Ani family and her sister i mrs. Ora Evertson. Or. And mrs. Elmer Broadwater land children were tailed to co i Iamb us wednesday due to the i serious illness of mrs. Broadway Tor s Mother. They returned Home monday. Julius Thomsen caretaker of i tile cemetery is to be commanded i for the Fine Way in which the Cem i every was mowed and made ready for decoration Day. Circle meetings i Circle i was entertained thursday at the Home of mrs. L. vis. Mrs. De Kane was assisting hostess and also conducted Deva Shir Lee of Fremont spent Mem urinals quilting was done and sorial Day hate. I lunch served. Mrs. Harry Borg j or. And mrs. Ray Seeley of lib Man will be the june hostess. Erty and or. And mrs Ray Seeley Circle ii met May 24 with mrs. Jr., of Miami fla., were in Filley j Clarence Armstrong with mr5, j visiting friends tuesday. Harold tic it assisting. Time was spent quilting arum refreshments served. In june Tho hostess will be mrs. Marvin Bowers. Or. And mrs. Walter Jensen Japan s main Industrial centers Are fairly closely concentrated entering in four areas i Tokyo Yokohama 2 Nagoya 3 Osaka Kobe and 4 the Northern part of Kyushu Island Japan has Rade great efforts to decentralize War industries distributing some among Home workers in households dispersing others into Manchuria and along China coast at tientsin Tsin Tao Shanghai and other places. Aomori Hamaishi Sendai Niigata Honshu Oyama Tokyo Hoshi w. S Yokohama Okayama Kobe Nagoya Kyoto j j Isakawa Shikoku Koch Vyt Hirohama than two 2 Miyazaki Pacific Ocean Kyushu Veteran Home return to Post f. A. Wylie fireman first class Adams Willard j. Emal of the of the u. S. Navy. Who has been sea bees has returned to port in four major engagements and hueneme Calif., after spending a eight different Battles in the North ten Day furlough with his wife and and South Pacific is in Beatrice parents or. And mrs. E. Femal on leave after an absence of three of Adams. Years Hejl a visiting his parents. Or. And mrs. O. E. Wylie 1312 North 19th Street. Beatrice where he would like to meet any of his old friends while he is Here during a Short stay. A a memory honoured la Harry Keith Mchugh son of or. And mrs. Harry Mchugh of Pawnee City and Nephew of Foster Brown of Beatrice was honoured at the Lincoln army air it. Mchugh was reported missing March 29, 1943, and was officially listed As dead a. Year later. He had been stationed in the Mediterranean theater of War As a bomber Pilot. Announce promotions for Nebraska officers As Allied forces continue their inexorable hop skip and jump Progress in the Pacific Jap press and radio expresses Enrri of and co., Over possible Allied attacks on their Homeland. One reason for vips jitters can he seen in map above which shows How enemy s main production cantors Are concentrated i four areas All within a Short bombing run. Union Center 20 12 00 news i if 1 Beautiful 12.15 spinner Call alarm 12 30 Ivy gather. D. Call news Tower 12 45 Market 1 00 news 1 15 j Eye Jordan 1 30 or. Malone 1 45 Jessie Young Oon Day forum farm hand Baukhage Jack Bor he Lopez Orch. Woman s Iii mrs. Millie Sorensen Ray Braddock. Mrs. Anna Jensen Arthur Merna and Elsie Jensen were Din nor guests sunday of or. And mrs. Frank Sorensen of Pickrell. I mrs. Carson Carmichael and mrs. Fred Petersen spent Lincoln jeweler Dies i ter Flection to Ollie Lincoln june 5 up shortly after his election As Secretary treasurer of the Nebraska retail jewellers association Here thurs Day Charles j. Stiastny guiding Light George Johnson Kun ? Nan it urn. R today s children mystery Cher mystery chef Ila Btu of world Lades be better ladies be treated Undy and Jane ladies be better ladies be seated 2 00 Mary Marlin women of Amer Downey a Portia faces life a Perkin Hollyw 2 by Lois in Joe Pepper Young news 2 15 Mound town right to Happ d using Sines d tint Downey sings univ Wood to i Day in Beatrice where they attend i jeweler since 1903, died of cd a birthday party for mrs. Car attack. J Michael s granddaughter Genevieve Stiastny will he succeeded by William Breckinridge of Hastings elected by the association after Carl b. Rhine. There were members present. Mrs. Chester e. Novotny and the h. S. O. Club meeting was i daughters. Laura Julia and Ros held thursday at the Home of mrs. A a and Doris. Dean Dale and Elaine Friedemann attended the Levi a. Wilterdink. The meeting j8ch0oj picnic tuesday at District was called to order by the presi 22 in Pawnee county whet miss Dent mrs. Kate Wilterdink fellow Lela Friedemann has taught tit de by the Flag Salute. The roil Call past term. Miss b Rie Dernar. Re. ,. A a turned to her Home with them. Was answered by each member a Harfy Dibble of Sonoma calf giving a housekeeping hint. Who visited his neice mrs. Arnold the Secretary a report was give r. Friedemann since sunday went in by mrs. Margery Pearl in the u0 Beatrice wednesday. Yester absence of Secretary mrs. Abe a Surprise party was Given Lincoln App it was agreed on that the Fnu a and mrs. Marvin Sutt Quot a a a Peart annual club picnic will be held at Wylie says after All he has memorial Day services with seen he is prouder t Han Over of his the or is posthumously Home town. He has been in the of. The distinguished flying Cross to Battles of Midway and the Coral la sea in two Battles on Guadalcanal through the Aleutian and Korman Dorskie campaigns and in engagements in the Marshall and Gilbert islands. Or. And mrs. O. E. Wylie have two other sons in the service Orval d. Wylie also in the Navy stationed just now in new Jersey and Paul e. Wylie on anti Craft duty at Camp Haan Calif. Home on furlough i Washington june 4 up a it. Walter Grauer. Stationed in the War department announced Texas is Here on a furlough with temporary promotions of seven his family. Nebraska officers today and re v _ leased the name of one ordered to it Maxwell Field Active duty. Darrel d. Carpenter 21. Son of promotions were granted the mrs. Alice Camp. 640 West court. 10i�?ovunr. ,. Is now enrolled As an aviation to copt Douglas Carlet in Tho pro flight school at Hamm. Kearney Arthur Eugene Maxwell Field ala., an installs Adamsjr Lincoln Tion of Tho army air forces train _ end o a. La a a Thow my command to has Boon in Tho p rach re it Fen the Columbus armed forces fifteen months. P1�-in ,1 Arron Martens Ogallala v Robert Lee Marquardt Tekamah in South Pacific i a Ohrn Christopher Williams and it Walter Stewartjr. Son of Robert Hent y a Hugh. Both of or. And mrs. Vav. Ca Stewart of i Niana. Lincoln formerly of Beatrice is j 1 0 and lieutenant Edwin Georgo now somewhere in the South a of Lincoln was ordered to Active civic. He is assistant engineering duty officer at an undisclosed Airfield. V nine column ads at new Orleans Wilber Milo Steve Vlcek i Omaha. June 5 it up a the Oma Seaman first class has returned a world Herald today began puh to the new Orleans la., armed libation of its classified want and guard renter after five months at Section in nine columns instead of sea with a naval gun Crew of a the conventional eight As a Means f and Ronald or. And mrs. Carl b the Arbor state Park in Wymore Rhine and sons or. And mrs. Ver merchant ship. Thomson of or. And j of conserving newsprint. The of 3 of Broadway Matt backslash Vav if Ethel Valet 3 15 matinee to new Stella Dallas i it in Norman 3 30 Lour Gal sunday Lorenzo Jones Vav lip new 3 45 Texas Mary Widder Brown news amp Mush a Rte Rma to news 4 00 new i girl Marble Amana revue 4 15 polka band love a learn three Romeo 4 30 polka band just Btl sea hound 4 45 lamer. Women Farrell. New Dick Tracy instrumental three Romeo boy detective Dick Tracy Sao Gordon amp Betty Goldberg 5 15 Edwin Hill around town 5 35 Superman i new sport 5 45 Ivorid today news sports Terry a pirate Terry tit pirate new shop Harriman Jack Armstrong Jack Armstrong capt. Midnight adventure 6 00 news Fred Waring 6 15 John a Eisolt news 6 30 american. Skippy theatre 6 45 i. Melody hour Skippy theatre news new Church or gun. Dinner music Heidt for hires double or Noth Heidt for hires double or Noth 7 90 big town Ginny Sims f la big town Binny Sims 7.30 Judy Anova Date with Judy 7 15 Canova amp news Date with Judy a staff music sign off 8.9$ Burns tit Ahen 8 16 Burns tit Allen 8.30 Blau co. 8 15 i ,. Carnival mystery theatre mystery theatre l Ibber my Lee j i. Ami Molly Gabriel Heatter i Trade wind islet tight ban bands tit Story 9 90 to. Of a Astore Ltd. Bob Hope 9 15 Corwin Bob Hope 9 30 Congress Speaks red Skelton 9 45 Guy Lombardo red Skelton Fulton Lewis our boys to Isan Quentin 10 00 Lova a mystery news 10 15 Ivy bpm program sports Parade 10 30 i whirr program Coleman show 10 45 in bpm program Coleman show 11 00�? Buffalo present i till show 11 15�?buffalo present news a review 11 30 j. Rihard s or Midline review 11 45 j. Hilliard a or. Midnite review news i dance a and dance Barad dance a Rad pane tit be dance a Rad dance Farad dance Farad to re her. Paul hedge has joined the Beatrice City band for the summer. Or. And mrs. W. Vav. Thompson had As week end guests the former s sister. Mrs. John Biltoft and daughters. Phyllis and a Aribell of i Ali d Superior. Other dinner guests on sunday wire or. And mrs. Ray Thompson and children of Baines ton and or. And mrs. Tom Hartman of Liberty. Mrs Loran Hobbs of Beatrice was a luncheon guests of mrs. Fannie Linscott on Friday. Or. And mrs. Harold Giddings and daughters spent sunday at j Fairbury where they visited or. And mrs. Glen Terp. A Nephew of i mrs. Giddings who is in the Navy was Home on leave after 18 a months spent at sea and seeing j action in five major Battles. Mark Thompson of Chicago and i mrs. Wilfred Meyers of Lincoln j spent the weekend it the Home of j or. And mrs g. H. Andrew and sons. On sunday a family dinner was held at the Andrews Home. Those attending were mrs. Katherine Thomsen of los Angeles or. And mrs p. J. Thompson or. A fid mrs. Leonard Corr and mrs. Katherine Parker of Lincoln called on mrs. Lizzie Mcconnell on sunday mrs. Corr is the granddaughter of mrs. Mcconnell. Or. And mrs. Re Boggs and on the last sunday in August. A and sons and miss Liza a program was Given in charge clocker dropped in on or. And of mrs Menn Trauernicht. The mrs. Floyd Craig in Honor of then birthday song was Sung to Mem wedding anniversary Friday Stiastny s death bets who had birthdays since de 1 night. Ice Cream and cake which other officers elected at the Comber. Mrs. John Hardenbrook was brought by the callers was 39th annual convention include and mrs. Arnold r. Friedemann enjoyed by All. Harold Sutton Mccook president became members at this meeting. Or. And mis. Clarence Vav. Hoi i eighteen months with his parents a. J. Aubel Ord first vice Prest the meeting was adjourned in Man and sons who have lived at. Or. And mrs. Chris Roberts. Cpl. Dent Corey Chase. Holdrege Sec til september. A lunch was sen Vancouver. Wash., since october Roberts was recently transferred end vice president and e. H. Of by mrs. Wilterdink and assist have returned to make their Home j from the coast artillery to the Scoggin Alliance third Voce presi my hostesses mrs. Menn trailer they Are visiting his parents or. I Field artillery. He is Home on a Dent Nicht mrs. Jake Ruigh and or land mrs. De Holman and family. Thirteen Dav furlough. Mrs. Steve Vlcek enlisted feb. 2. J Rall Page size remains Unchang-1942 his wife lives at Wymore. De. The newspaper said it would v a return to eight columns after the visits parents newsprint emergency. Cpl. Floyd k. Roberts vrho is i stationed at Camp Barkley tex., is spending his first furlough in Hollywood motion picture studios employ 30,000 people. Soothing medicated powder tit n e w a Brier As of june i doling men of 17 May again join the air corps enlisted Reserve a sure glad i be got a Ford a i cover a radius of 50 Mues from the i m Denver to inspect the brands on live a m Stock at Railroad shipping pens and ranches that ship by truck. Often i have to get to several Points in Quick succession. Ford reliability counts a in enlistment in the air corps enlisted a Reserve is once More open to qualified voting americans. Who want to win their wings on the a greatest team in the world a an aah air combat Crew. In april thanks to the air mindedness of americans youth the a aft a personnel program was Well ahead of schedule. More than enough men were in training and in the air corps enlisted Reserve to meet scheduled quotas for combat Crews. At the same time the need for men in other branches of the army was urgent. T therefore opportunities to join the aah a including the 17-year-old enlisted reserved were suspended. As the commanding general pointed out the suspension of enlistments in the Reserve was intended Only As a temporary measure. Accordingly effective june i enlistments have again been opened in the 17-year-old enlisted Reserve in order to insure a sufficient number of qualified individuals for training this fall. The Aap is a team today the aah is the largest most powerful air Force in the world. Fighting Side by Side with the planes of our Navy and our allies it. Has won control of the air in every theatre and has carried the War to the military and Industrial hearts it Germany and Japan. To is daring the enemy to a come up and yet its losses have been less than anyone had anticipated or even dared to Hope. I i hat All this has been accomplished is due in Large measure to the fact that the aah air combat Crew is More than just planes and men. T he combat Crew is a team. The greatest fighting team the world has Ever seen. With gunners Bombardier navigators and pilots flying and fighting together to w in. And any Young Man who wants aah w Ings should keep this Ideal of teamwork uppermost in his mind. It is the key to aah successes in Battle. It will be the key to his own Success in the aah. Of you want to Fly with the aah you May apply at any Aai examining Board for enrolment in the air corps enlisted Reserve. Upon passing the preliminary qualifying physical and mental tests you will become a member of the u. S. Army air forces a on inactive duty. This Means that you will not be called for training until you have reached your 18th birthday. Of you Are. At work you May remain on the Job until you Are 18. If you Are in High school you May elect to finish the semester you arc in when you become 18. If you Are a High school graduate not Over 17 years and 9 months you May elect to Rake advantage of the army specialized t raining Reserve program which provides free College training for men oppress ii ing military age. When called Vou will Fust be Given a a Basic training. During this Pend Vou will take a a aptitude tests to determine whether you will be classified for training As gunner Bombardier navigator or Pilot. Your place on the Aat team ii you have an outstandingly High aptitude rating for a particular position you May be Given an Opportunity to compete for the classification that you prefer. But it is important to remember that All jobs on the aah team Are vitally important. That air combat Crew s not Only Are chosen from the very Cream of the nations Young men but that each seat in every plane must be filled by the Man Hest Quail fed to fill it. Gunners go into actual combat As noncommissioned officers. In addition to being the worlds Best Aerial marksmen gunners May qualify As trained technicians in radio armament or air plane mechanics. Pilots navigators and Bombardier Are graduated from training As 2nd lieutenants or flight officers. Your Job and your rank in the aah w ill depend upon your own demonstrated abilities Hor full information As to Quail-1 to my for the air corps enlisted Reserve,1 see your nearest aah examining Board or local army recruiting station. I or pre aviation training whether or not you have yet reached 17, you can begin now to prepare yourself to qualify for the air corps enlisted Reserve. See your local civil air patrol officers about c a p. Cadet training. Also see your High school principal or adviser about recommended courses in the air service division of the High school Victory corps. Both offer excellent pre aviation training. And help Point the Way to of wings. U. S. Army recruiting service for in it Nrma Unn in Kata att tin Catt training apply at Naa Rait Offitt Saint Tiff tar procurement. This Adier Themel hat the Apptt no the joint .4uw> Saiy pen met Beard news note zoo million gallon of Waler a Day Arn pumped by the pc d powerhouse at Ihn song Plant at much As it used by Detroit Cincinnati and Washington combined. 30,000,000 cars Ano trucks Hake Beer built St Ford Fly and fight with the a on the go in ail kinds of weather. Cattle trains and trucks can to wait. Rut my Ford was built to hurry places safely. Arum it the lowest Cost travel you could ask. So it la or another f Ord for me after the War a a bet four life i take care of my Toro it nets Ford protective service regularly so i Ratch the Little repair lie fore they get big. I need transportation i can depend on and my i v56 Ford certainly delivers we Don j. Or Al n Colorado to Rand inspector Lien or. Colorado As millions of Ford owners know Ford cars Are reliable. I hey last a Long time. T hey Cost very Little to run and maintain. T hey Are fast and Power Ful and comfortable and they keep their Good looks for years. That is Why so Many Ford owners today Are saing sure glad in be got a Ford a Guba test am in Tab would a cattle shipments can to wait for a tardy inspector. I i
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