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25 Feb 1940

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25 Feb 1940

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Lincoln Nebraska State Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Lincoln, NebraskaInternational news service associated press United press largest circular Lien per capita of Amy City in the i in led state fion 81.000 Sci 1 0,000 Popula lion. Street no. Am. Newspaper Alliance founded in 1867lincoln, Nebraska sunday february 25, 1910 ten cents Roosevelt remains farm Agency 10 on Illinois ballot Dewey unopposed Garner won t stra"9ed t0 death enter primary m in Nebraska fears Burke i Ould suffer in new Deal anti new Deal fit fit. A. G. Black new Fca chief outlines plan to Aid landowners. By the associated press. A teat of popular strength in Illinois Between president Roosevelt and vice president Garner took definite shape saturday. Altho the contest was regarded As assured when the Midnight deadline for withdrawal from the j april 9 presidential preference primary passed it was not Defi mutely known whether the chief j executive or Chicago democratic i leaders who filed pet it tons to place i his name on the ballot had made j any move to withdraw them. I new is Vogel chief clerk in the a Index department at the Illinois j Capitol said he had not opened a Batch of mail which came in sat a urday night and would not until j monday. Quot eleventh hour developments left j Thomas e. Dewey alone in the re publican Field. Representative j Hamilton fish announced that he we Ould not remain in the race j mayor la Guardia of new York made a similar decision earlier. No declarations. No other presidential aspirants j had chosen to seek support in the j Illinois vote. Petitions for fish. La Guardia _ and Roosevelt had been filed with t out the customary signed Declara uses Mav 15 adjournment Tion of candidacy. The president s name was entered by the Organ Datcy has not Alwg to the bruised strangled and Frozen body of Frances Marks new York bookkeeper who left Home eight months ago to a a to better things a was found in a narrow sever excavation in Manhattan supper East Side. After persistent questioning of two men. Police found themselves at a a a dead end the 23 year old girl s body was found about four blocks from the garage where she worked. Washington up. Amid some internal dissension the farm credit i administration Multi Mimon Dollar j Federal agricultural credit Agency j has embarked upon a broadened i policy designed to keep Farmer j debtors on the farm and to protect them against foreclosures. Under this policy strict Bank j ing procedure will be abandoned for extreme leniency in cases 1 where Farmer borrowers Are deemed to have a Chance of eventually meeting their obligations. A. G. Black the Agency a new chief outlined the policy saturday j in a discussion of recent Resigna tons of some officials in protest against the policy and a recent presidential order placing the Fca heretofore autonomous under the agriculture department. Latest resignations included those of Peyton Evans general counsel and the president and turks mobilize Laborti fearing War with reds russians gain on finns a. G. Black a a Farmers must be encouraged to become Story at left confesses killing Man who won his common Law wife denies fire. Tacoma Wash. Up. Undersheriff Clyde Knowles said saturday night John Ord 42. Tall gaunt Tacoma fireman had confessed the brutal wedding night slaying of the Man who successfully had courted his common Law wife. He denied How Ever the officer added having set the fire that turned the couples honeymoon cottage into a funeral pyre after the Bride and a third Man had been wounded. The body of Hale r. Rosier 56, former president of the Washington state elks association was removed Friday night from the ruins of his suburban Home. His Bride Myra. 36, reported by Knowles to have lived with Ord for ten years Clung to life in a Tacoma Hospital a Bullet wound in her Abdomen. Mrs. Rosier also was beaten severely about the h e a d and shoulders and was reported in a critical condition. King Pomeroy soviet army a pincers close in on Vii Puri invaders capture coastal base lose to finns second cite. A a it a a it 7 inn Troto fun Ihorn an Tinct 50. Who lived in Nosler a Home re vice president of the it a s fed to Crete against Cei Ved Scalp laceration from stove poker blows. He is recovering. North Platte schools said lacking. Quit Early for tells Congress eral land Bank at Spokane Wash. There were reports that Ither resignations were to follow. To Aid landowners. A the Fca is taking the Broad North Platte. Up. F. V social View a Black said that its r Roddy of the american duty is to help Farmers become. Landowners even if it has to adopt j committee investigating special measures to help them. It in american activities in Tjie City. Iza Tion captained by mayor Kelly and National committeeman Nash. Their action has elicited no comment from or. Roosevelt. Rut recommend. Is our belief that such a View would in the end serve the Best interests of the nation As we Ell As the a in proper cases worthy but seriously delinquent borrowers Are being assisted As rapidly As possible he measures which Are de signed to keep them on their farm to Lvi by nto the Pequot t0 i �1,1 to Ose and protect them against fore a f a Plata to present their closure. These special methods reacts a a the a num tee. So far. Being urged Only after careful he a a a Quot a one has presented any study of the individual Borrower s evidence to the committee a Ducat said saturday unless More a Concrete evidence is presented to the committee the schools of the City will be Given a clean Bill of a the american. Legion agreed to bring rumours of in american re condition indicates that his regular instalments and delinquencies Are heavier than he can meet from the Washington. Ins. Presi Garner associates have asserted Dent Roosevelt desire Congress to j Normal production of his farm that if or. Roosevelt remains is i wind up ibs business and quit by and cannot be handled toy toe land Lent they will regard him As an this was revealed Satur i Banks usual methods of treat amp Active candidate. May let the Illinois primary does not Day As democratic leaders made a these special methods include the a suspended payment plan bind delegates to the National con plans to Brig about Early adjourn j mentions. But the comparative j Merit a inc of the votes compiled by the. Pre8ldent Roosevelt urged the rival. Will servers. Gauge of re i of cps red on Spe Ettive strength we is m add a Rule he told led. Varice of the nor Ninaking conclave. To meanwhile. It was made known i new o the drive has a three fold Pur that gamer will not enter the Nebraska primary because he believes his entry might Hurt the re nomination chances of senator Burke one of his chief supporters. Roosevelt s supporters have arranged for his entry into the race. Garner wit reported to believe that if he went into Nebraska and i there was a Sharp new Deal fight. Burke might suffer. No Quot purge in Nebraska. The administration after working unsuccessfully for a a purge Quot j of ant administration senators in pose 1. Developments growing out of Europe s wars and a possible peace move. 2. To promote Harmony in the party in. Anticipation of the coming Campaign. 3. To Avert any possible defeats of the new Deal in Congress that might impair toe democratic presidential nominees strength. It was recalled that every major defeat the new Deal suffered in under we hich toe Borrower is Given a a a rest period on his debt payments. Designed to give him a Chance to catch up financially variable payments. The a variable payment plan under we hich payments on debts May be larger in years of Good ing there is no ground for the Roddy said he has talked with half a dozen students of the High school regarding their instruction took woman to Hospital. Ord was arrested after taking mrs. Rosier to a Hospital. Knowles said. Both. Mrs Rosier and Pomeroy signed statements accusing Ord of invading the Home shooting Rosier then setting fire to his kerosene saturated clothing and injuring them. But the officer said the fireman told this Story a she mrs. Rosier told me at this time Friday that she and Rosier had gotten married and i told her i would come out and congratulate them. A i knocked and Pomeroy came to the door and let me in. I congratulated them Myra and Rosier. I told Rosier he had a lot of guts marrying Myra after making the remark he had about her. A this started an argument. He Rosier went for his gun. And i hit him with my Fiat and knocked him Down. Then Pomeroy made and is convinced that any rumours were founded on misunderstanding i for me and i hit him with a chair by students. And knocked him Over against a these students Are learning of the circulating Heater knocking the various forms of he asserted a but in my opinion this is a splendid Way of teaching democracy. Our government can stand comparison with any the Heater Over and starting the fire. House burning a pretty a the Rosier got up and was getting close to the door where he German British defences of War Aims lineup Istanbul p1t in readiness Roddy said he believed some of kept we on of j pulled my gun the rumours were started when Stu-1 Rosier and Myra run dents asked representatives of crops. I for use in their school w Ork. These the a Are amortization plan tin j representatives he said then Between us and i hit her. Then i yields and lower in years of poor j various a a isms to Send literature i hot Rosier because he was still ii for use in their school work. These i a a to get his gun. A Pomeroy Lay there while i was i placed the students names on their mailing lists. Because there has been no meeting of the committee Roddy said he did not know what action the Der which farm mortgages Are rewritten to give the Borrower a longer period of years to pay thereby reducing his annual payments. Black indicated that the Fca we Ould foreclose Only in cases of obvious a bad Faith on the part of a borrowers or in cases we Here it was i certain that the Borrower Toad let shooting them. When i shot Rosier he Pomeroy got up and tried to hit me with a piece of chair. I then grabbed the poker and rapped Pomeroy Over the committee would take in further 1 head investigation. A Myra tried to hit me then and i knocked her Down with part of a chair. Then she begged me to take her to a doctor. By this time the fire in the House was Appeal for blood donors 1938, was reported to be taking no j Congress came after june 1, Dur or no.c�? pay cd out j j Hurn Inek or Etta Cood soul dulled part in the contest Between Burke ing the past six years. A a with 0maha woman needs rare out and took Myra to my Home. Kits agric Ltd department Civ a con-1 Type for transfusion. Quot up to this time i aids t Unow senator Bankhead an adminis plan fell in. July 1937. The admin traction supporter said saturday is ration s neutrality Bill was a. A it would be better for All con a wrecked by the Louse last july j they take part m them corned a if president Roosevelt an and the huge housing program bounced at once his attitude re was Defeated Back in 1935, the Garding a third term. President s inheritance tax pro a the Alabama senator who is postal was buried in heat of sum supporting his brother speaker Mer it Bankhead for the democratic presidential nomination told reporters Quot the president should give expression to what he is going to do. I Don t think there is much disagreement on the Point that he should make his intentions known. It would be better for All concerned including the president if he would make a tool programs but would suggest Omaha. A. Relatives a pealed saturday for blood donors to Aid mrs. Theodore Honeycutt cup la Nill n Iuliu ,32 of a Maha Gra Ely ill with Ruu a Uulu Juaiil pneumonia and pleurisy. They said a blood transfusion is needed asks communications com but none of the 25 persons tested so far has the right Type of blood. Panics merger. Washington. Up. The Federal communications commission saturday night recommended that International communications service companies in the United states be permitted to consolidate not Only As a Means to better and More economical service but also Roosevelt should seek renomination a then he can have it without much a a landslide in Georgia. President Roosevelt received vote of a landslide proportions Quot to head again the democratic ticket a Tutu Hutc a. 9wicilla n a a Ito foresta11 foreign domination of Bankhead asserted that if or Mercury far below freezing such vital channels. Across state warmer is forecast. Eastern Nebraska temperatures. Dipped close to the Zero Mark j provide an equitable device for be .4 i a Early sunday morning As warmer curing equitable communications a Wea Jer move in from arrangements with foreign admin Quot the East. Is rations. Omaha had the Low Reading previously the commission had recommended consolidation of do a unified system the acc said in a report to toe Senate interstate Commerce committee would promote the National defense and in a make believe Seminole county Yien a it it a 4 above. Lincoln Reg preference primary. Estered two degrees higher with the president was the first Choice of 841 voters with vice president John gamer second no setup in the cold we ave expected until later sunday. Lincoln residents shivered in be Notery by state oor Qew fret zing weather All Day sat Dell Hull received 3 votes for first urday when the Mercury climbed Choice National democratic chair a to j5 for he h h from h Low of 3 Man. James a. Farley 2 senator above Wheeler of Montana 2, social be with a forecast of warmer Over county administrator Paul v. The entire state sunday the air-1 Section a main news markets. It 1 waiter Mystic Telegraph companies and the report concerning International facilities is supplemental. Legislation is required to remove prohibitions against such mergers. In today s paper that face kept a grinning now they know Why new York. La. Mrs. Benjamin Hebald saw a grinning face pressed against the window of her fifth floor apartment in Brooklyn. When police arrived the face was still grinning. They opened the window and a Man toppled in from the fire escape dead. In an adjoining building patrolman Herbert Miller started for his precinct station to report having fired at a burglar. Noticing fellow patrolmen at the Hebald apartment he went in and identified the dead Man As the one he shot. Miller thought the burglar had escaped. Myra was shot. I took her to the county Hospital and when the doctor and nurses took charge of her i took a ride in my car and threw my gun away then came Back to the Hospital fire drives out family Beatrice pastors House is damaged badly. Beatrice. Ltd. Fire which started in the basement drove the Rev. Adolph Heckel and his family out of their Home saturday into near Zero weather. The House was damaged badly before the flames were checked. Americans in army. With australian Imperial Force Palestine. Up. Two americans Are serving with the australian infantry in Palestine and Are worried Only whether they will lose their american citizenship As toe result. The americans Are Corporal Michael of Ryan 35, of Richmond va., a former aviator and Corporal travers Thompson 39. Of san Francisco an Aerial photographer. Helsinki. Ltd. A strategically spread red army its dead littering the Snow at the rate of 6, 000 in two Days was reported saturday night by the finnish High command to be striking massively at the Island environs of Vii Puri from a captured coastal base Only seven and one half Miles away. From Kaisalahti nestled on the War wrecked Gulf of Finland railway just below Finland a erstwhile second City and. From Koi Visto 172 Miles further South once the Western Anchor of Finland a Mannerheim line toe soviet offensive stretched out Over the Gulf ice to Hammer at finnish defenders on the remaining islands in Vii Puri Bay. Eastward other divisions pressed on against the finnish land defences Between the Gulf and Lake Mola striving to Complete a pincers action on Vii Puri. Saturdays communique telling of russian attacks from the Region of Koivisto we As the first admission that the invaders had entered that strongly fortified isthmus area. It was not made Clear j whether the red army forces had j taken Koivisto fortress offshore Island stronghold whose coastal artillery guns have been turned Inland to play havoc with russian communications. The red army communique on saturdays fighting claimed the occupation of the strongly fortified islands of Koivisto tour Insari and Pii Saari and. The capture of 12 heavy coastal Tower guns Field guns a great number of machine guns and dumps of munitions. The russians also said 28 finnish defensive fortifications were captured in fighting on the karelian isthmus City a combat area. Vii Puri once a modern town of 74,000 now is a virtual combat area its buildings wrecked by shells and its noncombatants moved moved away. The finns said these Gulf and land attacks directed at Vii Puri from five Points resulted in heavy russian losses that six tanks and six batteries were destroyed. But the finns did not this time say the attacks were repulsed. On the finns left flank East of Lake Mola. Two russian detachments. Of unspecified size were declared to have been a wholly annihilated Friday after piercing the finnish lines. More specific soviet losses were dotted up to Over 2,350, As follows Salme Kaita East of Lake Muo Laa More than 1.000 dead machine guns and other arms left on toe Field. Northeast of Lake Ladoga a about 1,000 killed 15 tanks at Khmo on the Central Eastern front a the enemy lost 350 killed,.&Quot the Day previous toe finns estimated russian losses at 2,800. Admit Koivisto fallen. At the extreme Eastern end of the line near Taipale toe finns counter attacked and destroyed two soviet tanks. The announcement likewise disclosed a rapid russian Advance up the railway to the station of Kaisalahti seven and a half Miles South of Vii Puri presumably As a result of toe finnish Retreat to a new line of defences just before Vii Puri. Kaisalahti however is hemmed in by islands at least some of which presumably Are still in. The hands of finnish defenders. Both bombing and scouting flights were made by the finnish aviators. Would Gan for indigent by International news service. Following Are the German and British War Aims As proclaimed saturday in speeches by Chancellor Hitler and prime minister Chamberlain Hitler. 1. The crushing defeat of Britain which the nazi Chancellor described As Quot a plutocracy that tells us what to do Toen tries to starve us unless we 2. Creation of a new world order devoid of Quot plutocratic capitalism As allegedly exemplified by a stain. 3. A a Lebensraum or a living space Quot for the German people in Europe. 4. The return of Germany a pre world War colonies. Chamberlain 1. The removal of the Hitler regime in Germany to make Way for a new German government w hich a can be 2. Recreation of a Independent polish and czech nations. 3. Defeat of the nazi Spon Sot de German wish to dominate the world. 4. Rendering the Small nations of Eurdie free from constant threats of aggression. 5. Reconstruction of a a new Europe on a basis of world peace disarmament. A Freedom individual conscience and religion Anglo French technicians arrive As Allied More in predicted. Istanbul. Sunday. La. Taking Steps amounting virtually to civil mobilization Turkey sunday applied new emergency measures As the possibility of War in the near East us As regarded with increasing apprehension in this country. The government co ordination committee which was formed to place Industry and Commerce on virtual War time basis. Inaugurated obligatory labor system in the Regli Coal Basin. Under the plan expected to be extended quickly workers in All Industry would not be permitted to leave their jobs. General staff officers arrived from Ankara for final Steps in organizing Istanbul a defences against any possible air and sea. Bombardments. More British and French technicians arrived to help make the country ready for War. See certain War. Turkish newspapers predicted that War Between the allies and soviet Russia was certain especially if Russia becomes a important source of supplies. It was asserted that in such Case the allies would move immediately against toe Rich Baku Oil Fields of Russia on toe Caspian sea. The newspaper Yeni Sabah closely connected with the turkish government declared a both toe logical and Legal justification already exist for Britain and France to declare War on official quarters reiterated that Turkey was ready to fight to defend her own Security. Turkey earlier had been Virtu rally isolated by storms which swept across Southeastern Europe and turkish officials had denied a rumours of impending War which circulated in anxious Balkan capitals As the result of a prolonged interruption of communications. Rumours denied. The bewildered foreign office in Ankara issued a Blanket denial of the rumours which included reports that turkish troops were mobilizing on the russian Border and that Telephone had been shut off by a decree declaring a state of emergency. Spokesmen explained that winds of Hurricane intensity had ripped Down five Miles of Telephone line in european Turkey. Nutt 2 and senator George of Georgia 1. As a second Choice candidate in Rase Roosevelt should decline a third term. Secretary of state Hull was Given a substantial Lead to port weather Bureau reported a Section by sports want ads. 10 above Reading at grand Island Section cd society clubs. 16 at Overton 19 at North Platte we Hile Hayes Center reported 21, big Springs 22, Sidney 23 and Cheyenne 30. Denver had a 33 tailing 245. The president received j a it it a Only one vote for second Choice of Serwas said Riftin it Snow it and chairman Farley 154, Garner 78, temperatures spread Wheeler 11, Mcnutt George 3. A across tic Eastern two thirds of and former governor Eugene Tal he Natum m the second Arctic. Madge of Georgia 1, a write in. Bom cold wave of 1940 the vote altho unofficial and j the v g weather Bureau at not binding m any Way attracted cbj0ago said wintry elements a a t t a in i t Levi t if ii a c rho Fri i _ _ a. Quot. _ Section do editorials feature. Heaters radio. Comics three sections. Special writers. John Bentley. Page Quot Cyl Sherman. Page or. W in Liam Brady. Page Ely Culbertson Page Barney Mark Sullivan Page Kathleen Norris Page wats 1940 amazons to Start service in France drops off Gold Standard puts strict control on foreign Exchange. Stockholm. Sweden. Up. Sweden moved swiftly saturday to reinforce her precaution against the spread of Europe s wars. The government of prime minister per album Hansen took the country completely off the Gold Standard agreed to establish strict foreign Exchange control thru out Sweden and called the Riksdag into special session on sunday to approve its for conserving the nations wealth and building up defense forces. An additional $22,000.000 was approved for strengthening the swedish air Force especially in fighting planes As a result of orders for defending air planes and artillery to destroy any foreign Craft that violates the swedish Border As in the bombing earlier this week of Paja la. The foreign office disclosed that Sweden had presented a written protest to the soviet government following russians rejecting of a verbal protest against the bombing of the swedish Frontier town of Pajala. A reply is now being awaited from Moscow. It was. Understood that the written protest was sharply worded As a result of toe soviet denial that russian planes bombed the Village. Nebraska partly Cloudy Sun the foreign office spokesman a and monday warmer in Cen denied German reports that the j trial and East sunday and in South nazi ambassador had told Sweden West monday that Russia had no hostile Intel Lowa far sunday monday t Ion again at Sweden in connection a 1 y Cloudy ring Tern be r Atu re with the Pajala incident a unday and in South and East Tass the official soviet news i monday Agency already has asserted that _ South Dakota partly Cloudy no russian planes flew Over a j Suntay Antl monday warmer Sun Jala or any other swedish Terri-1 a tory. In a statement to the press the Secretary of the foreign office said Wool from dog s hair. Staunton a. I Jet. Mrs. C. J. Blackburn put a new twist to that a hair of the dog business. She sent the hair shed by Are pet Chow to a Canadian yarn concern. It was spun into Wool almost As Fine As Angora. Mrs. Blackburn is right proud of the sweater she knitted from it. The weather 3-b 2-b 5-d 5-a 7-d attention in that it was the first j Public expression by actual bal would stretch from the Rocky y go d9.mountains to the Atlantic Seaboard features. Lot on potential democratic presi. In ring the weekend but would not i churches. Page dental Candida Tea. A reach the intensity nor the South-1 crossword Puzzle Page t a pvt d it n it r a id Ern regions affected last month. Editorial. Page i u la i Maui i t r Ai n. Temperatures in Many Central Gallup poll Page Omaha. Up. Herman ban Plains states were below freezing Mere mention Page Ning and James Frank Williams and were blanketed by As map Page climbs 17 flights. Were ordered extradited to Omaha i much As 6 or 8 inches of Snow by a u. S. Commissioner at Nash Ville. Tenn., to stand trial in a $25,000 jewel robbery. They were identified by David g. Hay Chi , up. Burgess e. Cago Gem. Salesman As the men1 b. A Quot. Pfischner of nearby Mill who forced a taxi Driver to drive \ Vale does no to like elevators him into the country where the invited to a banquet in a Down robbery was perpetrated. They town hotel he accepted were arrested by a men on a j altho 67, he climbed 17 flights charge of unlawful flight. \ of stairs to keep the Date. Novel Page of Black Page people you know Page radio programs. Page theater. Page weather for the week Page world this week. Page Helen and Warren Story Page 6-c the arts. Page 6-c fraternal Page 8-c k wedding anniversaries. Page 5-d with the expeditionary Force in France. Up. Ten commandments intended to regulate the behaviour of the women a auxiliary territorial were promulgated saturday in preparation for 5-d the arrival of thousands of women 5-c who soon will become for the first 5-d time in history part of the British i army. The commander of the wats mrs Fuller Maitland arrived with six assistants including a 4d former parlor maid to supervise 6-a arrival of the main Force. None j of these 1940 amazons will be More than 40 years old. The commandments All British women serving in France will be subject to military Law. All wats will get four fifths of menus Field rations and four fifths of menus pay. Silk stockings May be allowed but no frills or flounces and Only toe regulation Cotton uniform. 7-c 5-d 1-d 4-a 8-d 7-d a a 8-b girls will be allowed to use their own lipstick and powder. The army will trim their hair at government expense with a smart Bob As the Standard Cut but those wishing to Wear their hair Long May do so. Fraternization Between wats and be men will be Al wed and even encouraged. Officers of one service May Dine in Public restaurants with officers or privates of the other service. Wats must Salute their own officers and May be expected to Salute male officers. Army canteens w ill be open to wats w to May also visit be soldiers messes if invited and May return the compliment. Wats May be allowed military allowance for relatives in necessity and even a for a husband at Home if the Case warrants. In the event of marriage Between a wat and a be the girl will have to go Home. Magaret suggests Canning factory Purchase. Omaha. Up. County Relief director of Maga ret asked Douglas county commissioners saturday to consider buying machinery i at the Canning factory on the two Rivers Federal farmstead project. He said the equipment Cost $15,000 originally but he believed it could be bought now for a fraction of that. He suggested establishment of a Garden and Canning project in flast Omaha for the county s indigent. Reporting on another phase of the county s Relief program mag Aret said he expected representatives of the surplus commodities stamp plan to arrive Here next week preparatory to putting the plan in operation Here. Hyde Sweet program. Nebraska City. A five meetings Are scheduled during the week of feb. 26-March 2 for Hyde Sweet Republican Short term congressional nominee b. M. Spencer Campaign manager said saturday. They Are feb. 26, Lancaster county Republican workers Lincoln March 1, luncheon at Beatrice and Republican rally David City March 2, Republican woman a club Lincoln and Republican banquet Nehawka. Sweden would not be satisfied with such an answer from the russian government whose written reply is expected in a few Days. Well informed political circles said the swedish government had a several proofs of the fact that it positively was russian planes which flew Over Pang Ian last wednesday and dropped bombs. Dispatches from n o r t h e r n Sweden said that swedish youths including Public school boys were forming Home defense corps and the press indicated a rising clamor for More Aid to Finland on a voluntary basis. The new financial regulations Are expected to enable the government to increase swedish Aid to Finland. There were reports that a new financial policy calling for big scale delivery of goods and Money to Finland might be presented to parliament sunday or in the near future. Weather Outlook for feb. 26 to March 2. For the Northern great Plains Light snows at beginning and toward end of week otherwise generally fair moderately cold. Lincoln temper Vii res. 12 30 a a. .10 1 30 p a. ____14 1 30 a a. T 2 30 p a. ----14 2 30 a a. 7 i .30 p a. .15 3 30 a my. .6 4 30 p a. 14 4 30 a a. 6 5 30 p a. 13 5 311 a a. 6 6 30 p a. 11 6 30 a m.5 7 30 p m.�. .,10 7 3ft a 8 .30 p a. A a. S s to a 9 30 p in a 9 30 a a. Fijo ,30 p m.6 10 30 a .11 11 30 p a 11 30 a m 12 30 p a. 12 30 p my a. .13 highest temperature a Yea ago 28 Low .St temperature a year ago. 16. Bunow. 7 07 a m. Sunset. 6 13 p m. Highest Scottsbluff selected. Scottsbluff neb. Jet. The Nebraska Home demonstration Council saturday awarded the state convention to Scottsbluff for june 11, 12 and 13. The program w ill be arranged at a meeting in North Platte March 13. About 1,200 women Are expected to attend. Temperature is Deg Tom Tow eat temperature 4 mean temperature 10 degrees which is 19 degree below Normal 6 30 a m. Dry Bulto 3. Wet bulb 5, relative humidity 87 12 30 p. M. Dry bulb 13, wat bulb 11, relative humidity �9 1 30 a. M. Dry bulb 11. Wet bulb 10, relative humidity 73. Prevailing direction of wind North highest velocity 24 Miles per hour. Degree Days yesterday 55, total degree Days present season 4.730, Normal degree Days 4,557. Height of barometer at 6 30 p m. 30.56 inches. Precipitation for last 24 hours Trace precipitation since Jan 1, 2 16 Normal since Jan 1, 1.43. Kes . 11 he got stung Richmond a. It Dpi. The thief w to looted b. M. Nunnally a property probably got stung. He took Only an occupied Bee hive. 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