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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Beatrice, Nebraska Temperatures j p. In. Unofficial 95 yesterdays High. 96 today slow. 73 High year ago. 97 Low year ago. 0 Beatrice daily Sun weather of Yoni did no tse it in the Sun it did no to happen member of the associated press partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow scattered Thunder showers tomorrow in the afternoon or at night cooler tonight Low tonight 60�?Ts High tomorrow 85. Vol. Xiv Iii ii Kat it i cd. Nehk ask a Fhi Dav eve Ekin ii Jine 2., 19 >0 5c pet copy no. 288 Schuman plan brings test for Britain Domestic Battle indirectly threatens plan for French associated press the British and French governments in the next three Days Are facing i or death parliamentary tests even As six nation conference works in Paris on the plan to Pool Basic industries. The British government is Basing its win or resign House of commons 1 St next week squarely on its derision to remain aloof f in the present Schuman plan talks until it learns More about How the proposed steel Coal Pool w works. The Fien h government whose foreign minister. Robert Schuman authored the plan and gave his name. It it is faring a Home Lont fight for its own life tomorrow the French crisis concerns Domestic financing but May indirectly Al Lect the Progress of the International Schuman plan if the gov i Ament of Premier Georges Bidault l Defeated. Bidault asked approval of a Law prohibiting new government expenditures unless Lime Are covered by income. Pay rises at Odds with Bidault a pay As you go policy the Assembly approved a socialist party proposal which would give government employees pay raises equalling about Quot o the Tai budget. Bidault a Quot he could not endorse payments that would come due when he might not he in office. He a. Ked tor a vote of Confidence. Meanwhile the six Western european nations discussing the Sci Man plan went Over plans advanced by French economist Jean Monnet. A spokesman said the group might adjourn today for about a week to let the negotiators consult with their Home governments. In Washington meanwhile inquiring senators were informed that Britain so world wide interests responsibilities and commitments Quot prevented a More Active role at present in the Schuman plan. This information came in an a informal statement on British policy in relation to Western Europe by sir Oliver Franks the British ambassador to the United states. Hoffman testifies Widen River Bend dotted lines show approximately the area being Cut Down to the present level of the Blue River just above the court Street Bridge. In times of High water the River then will have 4 railroads will shut Down if strike begins a wider Channel at this Point. Railing of the Bridge May seen at the left of the picture which was taken looking Sun photo. Chicago Dune 23. A a four of five big railroads have announced they will Stop running sunday if an expected switchman s strike begins. The Al switch men Sun Ion of North America has set 6 difficulty. The trainmen have threatened a walkout next month. The Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad announced today a Vav e s t b found California Zephyr will run from Chicago to Dencer. From there it normally a. In. Local time sunday As the j is hauled by the Denver and Rio strike hour against these Midwest j Grande Western and Western Paern and Western roads. S civic to san Francisco. What Hap pens from Denver West the Bur the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific the Chicago great Western lie Western Pacific tile great Northern and the Denver and Rio Grande Western. All but the great Northern have announced shut Down plans. President f. Gavin of that line said yesterday the Road a will do the Best it can to keep running. In san Francisco a great Northern official said All but 60 of the line s 1,200 switchman Are members of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen instead of the switch men a Union so the Road expects to operate without serious Agency to Aid new hospitals health and Hospital ass n. Formed miss Voss Secretary the great Plains lutheran sir Oliver outlined the policy of health and Hospital association is the i Abor government in a i the Namo of a new Agency creat letter to pau1 Hoffman admits cd to perform a service to new Viator of the european recovery hospitals and convalescent Homes program who made it Public while 1 being questioned at a session of the Senate foreign relations committee. De Shalla seeking supervisor posted f. Shalla a Farmer living near Odell yesterday filed on the democratic ticket for election As supervisor from District seven. He is a former Odell and Diller business Man and is presently on the paddock township Board. Roy Mathias Ellis who was appointed to fill the unexpired term of William Vitosh Odell who resigned As supervisor from District seven has also filed on the democratic ticket for election Clyde Thober Ellis had filed earlier for the Job but withdrew his filing when Mathias was appointed. He said he and Mathias were Good friends and would not run against him. Nix on fireworks to enforce ordinance in the interest of a Safe and sane fourth mayor Harry Price urges All citizens to do their hit to prevent accidents such As frequently mar the Independence Day Celebration. The Beatrice ordinance which forbids Sale use or Possession of All types of pyrotechnics in the City will he strictly enforced the mayor said Cap pistols and sparklers Are not included in the ban but All other devices for making visible or audible pyrotechnic display arc forbidden. John tonnies of Dewitt passes away Ith Sun own service Dewitt june 23 a John tonnies. 59. Died suddenly at the Home of his sister mrs Emma Rahe Here last evening following a heart attack. Born in Lancaster county near Hallam he came to Dewitt 20 years ago and had operated a shoe store and shoe repair shop Here. Several months ago he suffered a heart attack and was taken to the veterans Hospital at Lincoln following i release from the Hospital he made his Home with his sister. He was a Veteran of world War i and was a member of the american legion. Surviving Are one brother Herman of Beatrice and three Sisters mrs. Herman Rahe and mrs. Emma Rahe both of Dewitt and mrs. Walter Rahe of Swanton. Funeral services will be sunday at two p. In. At Trinity lutheran Church Dewitt with the Rev. Erwin Janssen officiating. Burial will let a in a Grove cemetery. At meeting cd lutherans Ai Phillipsburg kas., thursday miss alone Voss of the Grace convalescent Home Beatrice was elected Secretary of the new service organization. Other officers chosen Are Rev. R. Radloff Cozad. President or. I Oran Wolte Lincoln and Carl Westin Kansas City mo., vice presidents Herman Koch Cozad treasurer. Other Board members Are Howard Vogel Phillipsburg and Rev. R. Beekman Gothenburg. A it is our plan to assume responsibility for the operation of Small hospitals where such service is needed and to operate convalescent Homes and other health and care institutions a a miss Voss said today. Quot Many new hospitals Are being built in Nebraska and Kansas county seats and we have already begun to select a highly competent staff to assist such institutions. A your plan is to have the local communities continue a voice and some responsibility even after a lease agreement has been made. We believe that better Public relations and sounder financing can thus tie accomplished. The financial hazards involved in the operation of hospitals and especially Small ones is Well known. The technical skill required for the planning and opening of the Many Well built and equipped Small hospitals can im1 secured Only by a cooperative twelve applications from Kansas and Nebraska have already been received by the great Plains lutheran health and Hospital association. Its temporary Headquarters Are at Kansas City to. Clatonia Man gets Maryland to on set the Sun own so it Tco Clatonia if you want to j View television programs from a Maryland on your video screen you la have to move to Clatonia. One to watcher George Cordes. Can testify to this. He saw a sports i item and the Call letters of Tele i vision station War to Haiti More md., the other evening. Of course Gerdes was quite surprised when the program flashed on the air he was trying to receive station a mtg from Omaha he called my Ion b Roker of the Roker radio and television store thinking something was wrong with his spa. Upon examination. Roker found that through a Freak condition in the atmosphere the signal from the Maryland station had Cut out the Omaha station. Roker blamed the condition on a very High Thunder Cloud in the West which helped to reflect the Maryland signal onto the Antenna normally television stations Lington said depends on operating arrangements of the two other roads. The switchman seek a 40-hour week with 48 hours presidential fact finding Board did not recommend granting the request. All peace making moves have been taken under Federal Law. The National railway mediation Board worked at heading off the strike but no Progress was reported. No Progress was reported either in the threatened july 15 walkout of the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen and the order of railway conductors. Disagree with Board they also disagree with a presidential Board s finding on wages and hours. The Board did not include the two groups when it suggested a pay raise for some other rail workers. Another strike Call was issued yesterday this one by the Pullman conductors division of the order of railway conductors. The Pullman conductors must i submit to an investigation of their demands by a presidential fact finding Board. This would Auto magically delay the strike 60 Days. It hey want their Basic work 1 i month reduced from 225 to 210 hours without a pay loss and Cor i Tarn working rules changes. Ten enter bid for party conventions ten persons filed for election As delegates to county and state party conventions yesterday. On the democratic ticket Hale Mccown and Fordyce h. Graf j filed for delegates to both the j county and state conventions. P. M. Everson Henry f Brandt sr., and Samuel e. Clarke hid for state Delegate spots Only e. E. Powell George Henzel Homer in Grimes and a j. Nielsen filed for county convention delegates. The Only Republican filing yesterday was that of Dean Sarkett who filed for election As Delegate j from the fourth Ward third Dis strict to county and state Conven a tons. Third time not a Charm for woman Pasadena. Calif., june 23 twice denied an Auto Drivers License with instructions to get More experience mrs. May a. Began came Hack the third time she got the experience All right but not the License. Mrs. Fegan showed up with her temporary permit to make another trial run with an inspector for the state motor vehicles department. But right at the very Hack door of the department office she ran her Auto into the cow Catcher of a slow ing Santa be freight train. Attracted by the crash state driving examiner George Bray walked Over and relieved mrs Fegan of her temporary permit. Only Lier feelings were Hurt. Crime investigators get Sharp criticism senator says group looking for mice Only says probes should get at ties Between crime politics Cross country video Chain gets acc of nationwide network to be constructed by Jan., 1952 Washington june 23 Ltd a the Federal communications commission today gave the go ahead signal for the construction of the last links in a Cross country television network system. Permits were issued to the american Telephone and Telegraph co to Bridge the final gaps by Jan. I 1952, with a Chain of microwave relay stations Between Chicago and Omaha and Between Omaha and san Francisco. A similar microwave system Between new York and Chicago is nearing completion. A the microwave relay consists of spaced radio stations which pick up and amplify the video signal and Quot bounced it on to the next station. A t. And t. Will build 55 Sta a tons on the Omaha san Francisco Johnson Bradley line of Carr a to across the Rocky to. T to in mountains. They will Cost about return Japan policy $17,900,000. To be studied construction on the Chicago new commander capt. Harry l. Spencer of the salvation army who arrived in Beatrice Early this week from Alliance neb., w ill be in charge of the local army corps. U. S. Security is in East i Omaha system Wail run about $2, v Tokyo june 23 to defense 300-�00. In a the trans continent Secretary lands Johnson said be to syst Ltd Cost around $37,-Foro his departure for the United states tonight that he thinks in addition to the coast to coast a the Security of America is tied microwave relay the a t. And t. In with the Way America main also has underground coaxial Cable gains its position in the far chains carrying to in Many parts in a plane Side news conference Johnson said a America must do and i am sure will do All things necessary in the far East for the of the country. These can be connected with the microwave relays. A. T. Amp t announced today that Security of the United states and construction of a second to Chan peace in the tile defense Secretary said he i and Gen. Omar n. Bradley chair i Man of the joint chiefs of staff came to the Orient a to secure the facts upon which our policy toward Japan should tie based i if we Are most effectively to protect the Security of the United i the two have obtained those1 facts he continued but a until the i facts we have determined have i been evaluated by the secretaries of the armed forces and by the joint chiefs of stall and our conclusions have been reported to the commander in chief no statement w ill lie issued by the de i apartment of Johnson and Bradley took off in their Constellation or Anchorage Alaska at 9 15 p. In. 6 15 a. In. Cost. They expect to reach i Anchorage for a Brief Stopover before continuing to Washington in in hours. Johnson walked Arni in Arm with general Macarthur to the j plane. Shaking hands with the occupation chief he said Quot you Are doing a magnificent Job. Take rare of As the plane taxied Down the dark runway Macarthur rom merited Johnson a and Bradley a j visit Here had been a highly successful. A delightful weather ahead Omaha. June 23 up the exp ended five Day forecast for be i temperatures will be nor a Mal Over Nebraska saturday through wednesday Normal maximum 88-90 Normal minimum 58-60 Thunder showers saturday minday and again wednesday slightly cooler temperatures indicated with Thunder Shower activity precipitation average -1 Nel Between Des Moines and Omaha. Originally scheduled for completion Early next year will be completed instead by october. As a result it will be ready for use at about the same time when the first to Channel Between the two cities is expected to be available this fall. Petition to obtain traffic Light started a petition to have a traffic Light placed at the intersection of 16th and court streets has been started. According to Char Les e. Peterson. 1609 East court Street. Tho petition started this morning is at the Davison filling Sta Tion 16th and court. Reason for the petition according to Peterson is that crossing court Street has become hazardous because of heavy summer traffic. The petition was started by residents who live in the immediate Vicinity Twenty persons had signed a half an hour alter the petition had been started Rural fire damages to bushels of Corn the Beatrice Rural fire truck was called to the Ben Fiedler farm about two Miles Southwest of Beatrice yesterday afternoon where a Corn crib was burning. The truck arrived shortly after 5 30 p. In and subdued the flames before there was Anc serious w Hington june 23 spa senator Wiley a wis sharply criticized the Senate crime investigating committee today for a running around after mice r Ather i than trying to uncover ties Between politics and crime. Wiley a committee member j him spoke out As senators j questioned u. S. Prison director Jamse v. Bennett on his views for controlling crime. Wiley referred to a the Kansas City murders and the theft of ballot Bones in Missouri. A we should concentrate on that one Wiley said. A we Are running round after mice and cd g t to be getting the Breeding chairman Kefauver a Tenn promptly to i reporters the committee is going into Missouri to hold open hearings a on the basis of evidence we be already col Lect a a including a Check on contributions by gamblers to political campaigns. And he confirmed reports that a committee investigator in Missouri has appealed for More help Hearse he has found conditions which Are a too big for him to handle alone. Kefauver said the committee expects to decide this weekend whether to give More help to the in estimator George White who is on loan to the group from the u. S. Nares to is Bureau. The chairman commented that a we have demands for investigators from All Over Tho other development of Bel de pc log Mats As the committee pressed us investigation of nationwide gambling and organized crime 1. Kefauver said Senate investigators is. Ill go info Ohio assured by gov. Frank j. Lausche of full cooperation from state Law enforce. Genies 2. Prise i ret a or Bennett told the senators the american bar association is considering recommending legislation aimed at slapping an excise tax on gambling profit 3. Kefauver said the committee has Start h digging into income and tax records of big shot gamblers and racketeers. This was made possible by an order from Quot a resident t. Iman opening confidential files to the senators in run water valve Charles Elliott City water superintendent looks Over the big valve installed deep in the ground near the City Utility department Utility building on 1st Street. Water to the West Side was shot off for several hours late wednesday night and thursday morning while the valve was being installed. To this valve will e fixed a new 12-Inch main which will Cross the court Street Bridge to join the water system in the West part of town replacing the temporary main which has served since the old main under the River went out during the May flood Sun photo Gabrielson says americans in Accord with Mccarthy Atlantic City. N. J., june 23 j Yective have received great sup-<2p> Republican National chair port in the country Man Guy Gabrielson launched the Gabrielson made no comment on views expressed wednesday by gov. Alfred e. Driscoll of new Jersey who wired him to say a i party a 1950 vote getting today with the assertion that americans a wholeheartedly agree with the objectives of senator Joseph j cannot condone methods that in Mccarthy of Wisconsin. The name of patriotism May con Gabrielson opened a two Day tribute to the destruction of our meeting of Republican leaders form of from Maine to Florida. The Gath a attending the meeting Are leering most of it behind closed preventatives from 17 slates on doors is the first of three a shirt the Eastern Seaboard. Chicago. And he said he does t department is communist in Enow when the Missouri hearings filtrate has n Cei Ved great Sun Ning Down leads in criminal Active sleeve organizational meeting.-. Itier a aimed at getting out the Republic 4. Kefauver declined to say can this fall. J whether hearings will be held in Mccarthy who has it lagged c know 1 port in the country generally Gabrielson told newsmen before the meeting convened. A from my Survey a he said the trend of opinion is that the peo ple wholeheartedly agree with the objectives Mccarthy is after and he has cast doubt on whether the government has come clean j with trying to rid itself of Dis-1 it was the first time Gabriel son had voiced his opinion on tic questioned i nations reaction to Mccarthy is of charging j charges. A i done to think a the cop chairman added a that the average person is close enough to know or care about the methods employed by Mccarthy. Certainly his of Vav i 11 Start. 5. The hearing disclosed that a St. Louis gambling firm has been doing a $5 x ,000-a-Day mail order and Telegraph bookmaking business on horse race and baseball bets Kefauver said the firm is c. Rich and go., and that its records Are in the hands of investigators. This disclosure came As chief Post office inspector Clifton c. Garner was being about the possibility gamblers with violations of postal regulations in the use of the mails. Horse show at Gage fair Lexington Plum creepers will present show sept. 18 Ray k. Calkins will open Law office Here local girl named Raymond k. Calkins Beatrice. Son of or. And mrs Ray j. Calk to youth committee damage. About to Bushi lock bushels stored in Wen damaged Gause of the fire was undetermined. Is of the j Lincoln the crib ins 620 North 7th Street was among 135 persons who passed the Nebraska bar examinations Given at the beginning of the week George in Turne clerk of the stale supreme court an-1 non need today. Ray will he sworn in at to a rn., tomorrow saturday As a practising attorney before the Nebraska supreme court and the United states District court in 600 stranded when ship called firetrap j he will return to Beatrice to open a Law office at 111 North Elf i h St i get. A graduate of the Beatrice High j school class of 1941, Calkins ser Ved one and a half Vears in the four youngsters today were elected members of a newly formed youth commission at the Nebraska episcopal churches annual summer youth conference at Doane College in Crete. They Are Pamela Peterson. Beatrice Nancy Chapman grand Island Twila Lutz Blair and Don Bole Gering. The Rev Don Haviland. Beatrice director of episcopal youth activities in the state said the commission will help work out a program for Young people in the Church. Miss Peterson and Boley Wen chosen to represent the group a a regional Young people s Confer army. Ile is a graduate of the Ltd nce at Laramie Wyo in october. \ tire Lexington Nebr Plum creepers a Well known band of horsemen will be on hand for the i Gage county fair this fall it was announced today by git Switzer who will again be in charge of i the horse show. The Plum creepers will put on an evening show in Trout of the i grandstand on the opening Day i of the fair which is sept. 18. The Lexington horsemen per a formed during the 1948 fair. During the business meeting held today Vav. W. Cook was elected treasurer of the Board. He replaces r. W. Drafz who has moved to Pueblo Colo. Or Vav. Simie Beatrice veterinarian. Was named to take Trefz s place on the Board. Cook w As already a member. First meeting on 1951 Celebration May 17, 18 and 19 were set Quot very tentatively for Beatrice Hall Century of Progress Celebration in 1951 at the first meeting of pie chamber committee in charge headed by Paul o Staehs the committee discussed the matter in very general terms hut does not expect to have any very specific plans for some time new York june 23 it pm six Hundred dejected College students were stranded in new York today Aller i tie coast guard branded j hair chartered Stop a a a firetrap and halted its scheduler sailing for Europe. The coast guard clapped its flan on the 6,8 k ton norwegian liner Svalbe a a aids just two hours j before it was to sail with College j men and women from All parts of j the United states. The vessel owned by the norwegian government had been chartered for $200,Ock by the National student assn., whose president is Robert Kelly of St. Peters College. Jersey City n. It had been scheduled to Dock at Rotter can Only transmit for a distance i dam on july 3 and leave there i of 6ft to 150 Miles Roker said. Aug. 31 for the return trip. Stairway narrow coast guard inspectors told miss Helen Bryan 24, sat All Lawrence College student and is a to avel organizer that the vessels Stair Vav ivs were too narrow its wooden bunk. Did not meet safety regulations and there was no automatic fire alarm. The students heard the news As they waited on the pier ready to Board the ship a loud moan went j up. Girls wept on one another a i re tilde a and one big College boy vented his anger by booting a i suitcase into the water the disappointed students spent last night in Columbia and City Collego dormitories hotels and elsewhere. Their future plans were us certain although the association indicted it might be Able to Hunt the round trip e Cost each Stu up another ship p see was to Lucent $310. Warned earlier coast guard officials said thai student representatives had been told at least a month ago that judging tentatively from pictures of the ship it would not he Able to meet requirements for use As a passenger vessel. The coast guard will continue its a Bostiga Ion. After that the vessel May sail it said but with no More than 12 passengers. The agent for the ship is the norwegian american line the Svalbard then named the Togo a was i in by the nazis in the invasion of Norway Heater the u. S. Took it no Quot and sold m to the norwegian government. Tho Nebraska conference saturday. Plan reception to ends University of Nebraska with the degrees of Bachelor of science in business administration and Bachelor of Laws from the Coll Quot v of Phi Delta Honor Rev. Haggard Phi Legal Law fraternity. Others in the Beatrice area who passed the state bar exams Are William v. Dafoe and Robert Lawrence Morrissey both of Tecumseh and Theodore a. Nave Crete. Fort at a a St Haggard reception to Titian clothing stolen Willie Fritzen retorted to police last night the theft of a work jacket. Shop Cap pair of work shoes. A safety razor and some throw line from his Cabin South of the Glenover Bridge Revand mrs will be honoured be held in the eel of the first Chr today at 7 30 p. In Rev. Haggard who has serving As associate minis the local Church for the pal years will leave Here july come. There Are a great Many things we have to think about a chairman Staehs said. The problems of possible floods at Chautauqua Park and the Fairgrounds came up in discussion of possible locations for events. Date of the opening of the projected new 6th Street room Bridge not yet known will Ive Hutch considered in further discussion on the exact dates. Been tile committee is also seeking or of an appropriate name for the Celet two brat Ion. I to chamber Secretary Don Porter begin his ministry with the Church brought from chamber files a at Drummond okla., and to com program and committee meeting plete his graduate studies in minutes of the 1907 Golden an Phillips University. River nary Celebration w Hen the reception is sponsored by thousands of incandescent lights the Board of Deaconesses of the Quot brought directly from the James Christian Church. The Public is town exposition was a featured met Tad attraction

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