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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Beatrice, Nebraska Of Atrice p i y san Beatrice no monday june 5. 194 Beatrice daily Sun v. Us. Marvin Marvin founder. Publisher published sunday morning an at Ely a or Day to Bing but saturday except Christ May. Thank giving and july 4, at 113 North tilth Street. Entered at pop Tofile Beatrice Nebraska As second class matter july 5, 1303, under act of Congress May 3, 1873. Member or associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use of reproductions of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper. All right of publication of special dispatches Here Are also reserved. Subscription rates by mail per year in Advance first zone $3.59 beyond first zone $7.30 a year six months $4.00 three months $235 by Carrier i week 15 cents. Member of the audit Bureau of circulation volume flu no 2so to political Cimon the Surprise of some people Over apparent Early successes of the c. I. O. Political at Tion committee is really Mort surprising than the results says Peter Edson washing n it a respondent. He looks into Copac methods and finds them Standard practice of political machines. Tammany Hall and All the other organizations in City politics have been using the same technic for years. Edson cites a sort of Campaign textbook put out by the United electrical workers a d distributed by Copac the introduction is a lunch time conversation Between a couple of the boys Marty and toe in Rich native vernacular with a sprinkling of grammatical errors to make it ring True. A a it a a War we re All in Quot says Marty a not a pinochle a sure it s a War a answers Joe a Haven t i got a boy Over in Italy this very minute sure it s War and that a Why i say the hell with p gradually however. Marty gets Joe interested. A but what can be done now asks Joe. A a How do we get rid of some of Tho of ways we got in office. They ought to Pickle a few of those congressmen and then ration pickles a a it a not so easy Joe. But its got to by done. That a Why we re setting up those political a Tion committees everywhere so we can begin to bargain Colic Lively with our Congress another half Page of dialogue and Joe is convinced a you can count on or a he ays. A the whole Damn world is counting on you Quot Marty tells him and the pair go a. To v c. The question and answer method of putting Over an idea is employed by the Copac textbook. Typical passages a Karen t politics too dirty a a certain politicians May be too dirty. The quicker these Are out of Public office the better a does political action mean a third party Quot a no. In the words of Sidney Hillman the Cio does not plan a third party at the time a a Wall la hoi stay in politics Quot a yes labor is in politics for the political handbook contains practical suggestions on registering As voters canc Ashing selecting candidates preparing voters lists and seeing that All workers get to the polls. Methods of gathering adherents to an id a. Program or political party have become standardized. Trying to win people by argument is sound democratic practice. Every political committee Worth its Salt sees that voters whose ballots will be favourable to it Are in the Box on election Day. Jim Farley was no magician Only an industrious worker at the Art of keeping in touch with the state and county and prelim t committees. That is Why he could make such an accurate forecast of a National election result. What is the purpose of Cio s political action there is no secret about it. While Marty is talking with Joe he says would t it be a help to us Joe if president Roosevelt had More people in Congress who really wanted to help him win the War and Settle the Pean like it should be Quot you done to need to read any farther to know the answer. On treatment of Primmer Moscow a Izvestia a Goemmer publication As ail newspapers Are in presses Surprise Over the Way germ of War Are treated in the United stat a Celebration of Hiller s birthday Camp and the Banning of anti nazi i controlled Russia t pm prisoners is it i Des books and papers from the Camps and the pro nazi paper at Trinidad Colo. The american Way Calls for observant it treaty obligations in the treatment of prison and of course we lean backward with people who have Given up fight the re is no did Mash ton in this distribution of a dealing mistreat prisoners and make their stay unduly irksome. But pampering is unlikely to convert Many of them and it May be interpreted by our guests As a sign of that decadence which the nazi fied mind expects to find in us. Tile russians having had More direct dealings with their enemy neighbors than we have had. Can be expected to regard germans with a greater degree of venomous hatred. Of the German nation Eer finds itself in the position of having to choose Between defending the Frontier being attacked by the it in bans or that attained by american and British armies they probably would choose to yield to the less Tough and ruthless of their enemies. Napoleon had to make a like and he was eager to reach a British warship instead of surrendering to any of his enemies on the continent this time observes the no of world was t waiting impatiently nates it had real hed into the Achor them. New the in Rife d rile upper room Spe and Lively aft of Mem a soned re for any All Poi to it res Seif to i the i p that exp Whitew porting ded do Rte i mrs Seldom applaud to Arch Jarrell Why Lier is presumed to lie considers it in night mean his on in too. The reporter thirdly the sea show enthusiasm i my i los pc if to i if bungee a subjected Xiv Apple inc notes. A f ago ids Aid of Friend of than Wei tended a that i so full of a granted t crusading be to Jow i. Here recent i at every spirit. Be i items i v Shoter for a before had d his Sui i in notifier ? a fee Al re with the some say that newspaper report cynical. This is not a necessary r course of a lifetime of reporting. Makes suit in he May gather facts about a lot of thing particularly endorse dog fights i tee resolutions official actions by floods fires accidents weddings a but its All in the Day s work. S he does not up gift commit Public bodies. Birth deaths that reminds my. Other a from my notebook and an item o cd to get into print. A team to a Spring Wagon staged a Trice Street the horses sir which brought them to a St rare. I of of horses a a Way on Dale i a i n. Run a Ita. M r be those v instinct or something for them to vacate to the cold outdoors ter beetles that the Tiiman habits this june t ring a fall of 38 degrees Iron temperature seems to vindicate but. I m no appeaser from now of be squashed. No Quarter Given r Cere wan be was n Pons and old snap i sunday their Jud i its get r asked be. M. Ripe return Lent. With the scissors mope labor hoodlum ism St. L Ouis Post us the c qty of St. Lour lbs Many Vita War plants and the greater part of it s neighbouring a Ca were pm iced at the men y of an in rest nubble labor Grot p the bus and Street ear men who took the vie iou action of going o it on in in. Cath Ouzel and to announced strike at i of clock yes in Public transport nation is the life artery of a modern to to. When these rn�?�11 Stop p i blk trans Porta lion because of a grievance against its it. They Cut t he vital a Uteri re with Ord in a greater i importance w it a we i production Lur of decent la by of unionism a aet i if Jar Loci urn is in. It Iii win t i i of the United automobile workers recently in i rued i i work of an Anarch h Arr. Cd Jinan sized labor against the Deal of the Wilt ical strikes that have Ling the country Post War planners try for i he air by i Hin to we pin or time and in it. Orc f get local Trad Peen pied Caa Tiar hum Vav a a a j Stanton a it As a Chi it pared with when Cit flour % of lectors waifs n boats and the air t to Stripto a do ifs the Sal count gone a count i y n where to i would Naoo Paaul ult la con. The a there a a a a Ting Jack Stinnett for a Altol p ie., Ita d that to or Ting a a is Vii in i a re Burt arms Vitkov Al i Brasher of i of it Vay Isy William lights i c i must for laughs movie Star postwar dream James thrasher Amene Dele w Beal nag egg pay to i Quick miracles thinks its Brignall Fem i cheated. Civ Post i its better that the Smith face la Mica the less glamorous facts and redesign their dreams then go right ahead with their building plans. Comfort con those dreams Al Many cases of a Bonds it. And now National Asso builders with a at first Blush it Lek but it will to by an act of eat Al a is in asked to coast nits and my Case based on and Mav about their Post War w expectations. The follow of the Smith family is i the majority of answers be considered accurate the Smith plan to build within two years after the War and to pay Between $5000 and $6000�?not a re than $1000 Down or More than of a month. Fur that they exp f in t on and basement. The Sepa. -1to dining room and two tile s Nim Mer Ontois simpler n plus Itei to my a Wai i w on Sive use and else a conditioning electronic housekeeping e of plastics i fixtures. Nai d i a a w in on into w s thai a Cord they they out their n pro v thin vision pms Tor Drivers the better vision Institute is j taking a severely critical look St proposed legislation for a system of express highways linking am i Erica cities. The highways Wouldhave a minimum Speed limit of i 75 Miles an hour and the Institute seels that Many Drivers Haven t. Good enough vision to operate cars i at that Speed. It cites the recent recommend a i Lions of prof a A Mer of Iowa i state College that unrestricted j driving licenses should be Given i Only to those having 20 30 vision j in one Eye. Or 20 40 in both. For i Drivers with less than 20 too vis Ion he would impose a Speed Lim i it of 25 Miles an hour j if seems to us that the Institute i is thinking along sensible lines j most states now test Drivers for mechanical ability and test brakes for safety. In Many states too Quot drunk meter test findings Are i admissible As evidence. But too i Little care has been Given to bad vision which is certainly a cause i of Many accidents a consideration of this added i safety measure should be part of a National program aimed at re i dyeing our appalling traffic toll when Normal driving is resumed. M Vig i i i to \ yet it Glon Al. In Vii Luis idler the Vin n or of two a a Demy swards Tor photography for a How Green Vav As my Valley and a the song of Bernadette Quot writes t a Lay for Bobbin Oron. This is the seventh in a series of award winners. Hollywood i have been absorbed with pictures Ever since j someone gave me a Dollar camera. I was working with horses then 1 and i used to make snaps of the j stable boys and my fellow jockeys. A fellow i met at the track Fred Balshofer of Crescent films in Brooklyn gave me a Chance in movies. The screen was getting a toehold in those Days and tile men who made pictures were Arning As they went along. When we shot a the perils of Pauline we weren to bothered much with atmospheric effects. One of the first commandments of the Industry was Learned through our mistakes you cannot play com very in the dark. You can shoot mystery or horror in dim lighting but for laughs you must keep it Bright. Of cont get technique is new. After studying the script today a earner dim Tor indicates the cameras path with the same scientific precision a navigator brings to his ship. Such major errors As Are made in films now come under the heading of the unpredictable human equation. The most laughable of these in my experience was not funny when it happened. I was working with George Fitzmaurice on a big Jim he wanted a mine disaster to end mine disasters. To was an elaborate set up. Dynamite blasts were planted and timed. Everything was to move like clockwork. Tile water pressure. Regulated so Cave ins would occur at the right moment and Hie water would push through the Walls of Tho slope and Rise in the level was to be handled for terrific effect. I handed fit a whistle saying Quot we re set to go when you blow this whistle. I la get the earner set. And then. I never finished. Fitz. Idly tossing the whistle in his hands put it to his lips to try it out. The whole show started and carried through without a camera trained on it it took two weeks to set it up again. Tomorrow Charles Coburn Hori int Al a or a 11 vely i pictured a 57 require Tress. Martha 58 she is one of Hollywood s to i ret Kun jute v7u&Quot he u a Quot n1 hem Quot a o r a let r i a to. Be r o the7.u it my 2 she is a film 13 narrow Inlet 14 wireless 15 Story 16 heroic 18 blow Horn of lubricates 20 accomplish 21 registered nurse abbr 22 night Bird Young vertical 1 native Metal 2 immerse 3 air attack 4 senior abbr 27 biblical 5 feline pronoun 6 smells 28 near 7 King of beasts 30 grab 8 Fate 32 erbium 9 hide Symbol to appendage 34 Bone so r s a f a r i in 3 Lun. A i a it at l Eton so a pm v f of ctr 26 seas 43 soft Mineral 44 aluminium Symbol 45 transgressions a a a a 46 raced 47 individual 48 vegetable 23 South Dakota 11 everything 37 Street abbr 49 title of abbr 25 playthings 28 measure of area 29 five and five 31 cerium Symbol 32 greek letter 33 astonish 34 either 35 steal 36 Donkey 38 measure of cloth f 39 half an pm 40 powerful explosive abbr 41 pedal digit 42 belongs to him 43 transpose abbr 44 like 46 wander 48 compensates 50 italian Money 53 against 54 girl s name 56 move head 12 things latin 38 Daybreak 17 folding bed comb form 22 soothsayer 40 shy 23 look fixedly 41 rendezvous 24 fiend 42 despise respect 51 fish eggs 52 paid notices 55 electrical Engineer abbr a g j 4 s in 6 13 4 is full us r ii a 8 4 to b to a 14 its in v i % jul a 2 30 ,.,. 32 34 a 35 so % v j a 40 a 41 pm 43 by 44 45 4� 41 43 by 5 i 54 155 53 la out of the past to n year Aga the i la i Valiums Union Creamery company voted a dividend of 6 percent to stockholders at the annual meeting. Mrs l. Simu k of Wilber receiving treatment in a Beatrice Hospital. Burglars failed to gain Entrance to the Safe at the Beatrice cooperative Creamery company Plant and gave it up a Ond Job after butte1 my lock off Sale doer. Funeral services for mrs. It Auk Zinn Beatrice held Nom Centenary m e. Church the Evev. F f. Travis officiating has Zinn died suddenly at Lier Home and left husband and three children. Robert Hulbert 3-year-old son of or. Arum mrs. Erie Hulbert of Seward died of strangulation after swallowing a Medicine capsule Twenty year ago gee-1re Miller. Beatrice Sells Homo to Harold Roff. Services Tor mrs. Adeline deck \ Bat or held from Bra lever funeral i. M in to cemetery. Will by it 1. In i be . V i ut., i. It it relatives i mrs Grace he run of Beatrice passes away. Leaves daughter three Brothers and two Sisters. All three of the convicts who Cost aped at tin j Nelson Coy my Penitentiary after killing a guard were shot and killed while thug Quot n a i met i Miles from Jefferson City. Ii i St i k Lon la Airm a Santa Cru z de ten Fri be i june 4 delayed up a Lone j american airman who said thai bomber in which he was a Crew Man had been fort�<1 Down it St to Days ago by engine troubled was rescued from a life raft off a a a a i. I a i v ova j i fishermen today. Spanish Nae i vessels Wei e dispatched to a Arch 3 Tor other members of the plane so Crew. J d. Re in did the and in mated Dos try. Vaa sed r came to there a Rev out it a off. The it a build unless least the first movements. He Smiths get postwar House advertisements hich. It turned out or reside the building in to he association can t of the sources and be conclusions no basis for thinking Smiths will have the try improvements they Washington May 28 up j the War department announced to j Day the temporary appointment of j maj. Melvin Harrison Adams of Brule neb to lieutenant colonel the total length of Oil gasoline and natural Gas pipe lines in the United states would make almost 13 loops around the Earth. Hold everything want at the time they expect them the of on in i a is of Cooter d b e they want to pay. J new materials arc Market but at the of development i i Are More expensive volitional materials j Iii Hie in lower priced such things As Clee i in and heating Are s at present other inno Mem destined for an Evo growth Over a period of j ? is important since the Industry offers one of the a caul sources of Rrime it War Job opportunities. \ will be no healthy i f a disillusioned Public i Eti ii Prophet of chapter i i Ness old Henry a speech had a you done to love him your in it was raining when Spring brought on. She Shook her head gag ement before tile War was i stepped ail the Nam at Tenn it she Usa do. I Ileya Huv just a Jesuit of. My Friend i mile Cipot. The station was a any j asure a dr1 shapeless smudge in the fog. It u a Randii of win was like the ordeal waiting for i 0 nianasc8 i a her in Candlewood she a to Tail Watn a put out her hand and touch it i i cd what train we d be on. Concretely but it was there Niers of i. j of threatening her. She shivered s fish. I with a deepening sense of dread. L through the White fug curtain under the circumstances it Anh a7ivicrfi would have been difficult enough to come to Candlewood in the Sunshine. The train whistle echoed Bac there trying to hold the dam up eerily and was swallowed up in i at Riv Quot 1> ship. If you a loved him you w Ould have married him before manages Candlewood will he went into the Navy. Now just 1 because he a injured there is no reason for you to let sympathy drive you into his arms. I Don t think head want it that Way. A the does no to she reminded him dully. A the does t j know that i love you. Or that we i Henry Ner Rcd at them a minute a Ough the Whit and advised stiffly a i got to be Gettin on every-1 were to be married. He War a. Ltd body in town is out snaking Sand at sea and then alter i met you j bags to the men on the levee. A have i Ever told you about my Post War plans a she. Glances Gail Raitio it a its wit id to d p is 11 pm Fieri a lit i of minor g person i. The com into thru of f in vial and t rot in. Froin Thna Ted population of the 1950 will fee Ltd pm Ltd u i d 150 too too. The a t none plane to every Caa consider this a i v it to Tiv j joint out that j. Too men now g t Are out will a to mild than that will Hay on. Depending on locally j 11a ii a i a a no lot a i conditional i this. As Caa re i an Effort at a Eon i but when Voo re. It too 1,000 a Onie Only in flying u Limas Ai me j i is Only six years a Lily admits Rva tive Giu that a by. It seems in the. Old prescribed 11 am like the be he end. Holi. I i l l \ i it Riki no matter How your own Par turn ruffs make you feel toward the Law devised office of Price administration you la have to Okay its newest plan to Clamp Down on prices charged in bar d r shops and to Auty Parlours. Milady s stratospheric Hairdo Bas needed a ceiling for Long lung i Onu it old As for a Bowler Mou i Iii Cut Why nay Coes in by inca a re vict inc r m re u % or Oft the thundering clamor of rain. And then a Shadow moved across the platform and a steadying voice said a Spring a a Dirk the heavy fog fell even Between them but his arms hard about her drove away some of the Clammy chill around her heart. A ooh Dirk a it was foolish to cry. But. Somehow the fog seemed like an Omen though the roots of her fear went far deeper. She was afraid of losing Dirk. A this is awful Isnit it a she whispered still tight against his Navy Greatcoat a a very fitting reception a Dirk said grimly. At Wood City a he said grimly. If that crazy River Ever gets familiar through it la wipe ten my of a Laminar the map. The key hiding place is i under the Loose Board there right Side of t e door. You Kin keep warm inside and lock up when a and of. Yes miss Bink drop ii note to our maid anti Tell her How much we appreciated thai splendid dusting tub in did yesterday t hey had come in on separate trains. Dirk on a two week furlough. From great lakes and Spring from her farm fifty Miles West of Chicago. This should have been their wedding Day. They should have been Back in the hot Illinois Sunshine where the farm j Fields were fresh and g r e e n. I Spring should be showing Dirk the Cardinal swinging in the top of the tallest Poplar. But All of that was just a dream almost a memory. He was lieutenant Derrick Lane u s n r., she was still Spring Manning and they were Herr on this fog hidden depot platform in an isolated Countryside. Candlewood a the cold Gray Stone House As ponderous and grim As old Adelaide Manning herself a Lay before and Between you go them. Spring. A the station door opened and a ,. Path of Silver Light showed Pring watched him disappear through the Mist. Henry Bing j like a Shadow melting into Ham the shrunken Little station nothingness agent clucked Embarrass edly Dirk took her Arm and they a old Henry peered at them through the fog. He was on special duty for the Navy and disclose his address. I simply get the news to him. Aunt Drusilla is the Only one to whom i wrote. I be told her All about you. And then Al Van wrote saying he was Back in this country. I had a letter half written to him when Giles Telegram came telling me head Bern blinded. Of Dirk i Send my letter then a Spring s mind went to Ber aunt paced up and Down the platform j Drusilla who lived in Vancile they did no to talk at first they Wood House with Lier second Hus right glad you came and rattled the door Knob. Spring Drew away from Dirk. A Meh that you Spring pity j did no to have to. Dirk knew the j band Gilbert Hayden whom bout Elvan Morrison ainu to it i doubt inside her the sense of had married four years know they told you i sent that wire from your Uncle Oil myself. Guess bes All right except his yes Elvan that is. Right sorry a bout the Accident. Right glad though he a got. You Stundins by him. A Man Kin stand most anything if his worm n Folk Dirk Felt Spring suddenly Wilt against him. A is there a taxi in town a he asked savagely. A we w ant to got to Candlewood before dark. It s six Spring stirred out of tile numb duty that was behind this Sud-1 Candlewood w As owned by i Den trip and she knew equally and equally so tenuous Adelaida Well the determination within1 Manning Springs great aunt him. The letters inside her purse the two women had raised were like whispered warnings. A a in a not going to let you do it a Dirk said stopping abruptly. She could see the defiant vigorous line of his jaw the Peculiar wonderful straightening of his body when he was decided about something. A a in a not going to let you marry Elvan Morrison a he said fiercely. Spring their brother s c ii i i do from tile age of seven until a year ago when Spring had gone West after her father s death to take Over the management of the Illinois farm. Drusillar a letters had been increasingly strange during the past months of separation. To be Cou trued

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