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Nebraska State Journal (Newspaper) - November 26, 1936, Lincoln, Nebraska Two Lincoln state journal thursday november 26, 1936 Hull and leaders predict Parley Secretary confident peace conference will remove s obstacles. Pm Octlona of the results Teriw american conference delegates of several arrived wednesday hum Secretary of state the United group which reached Here abroad the Steamer Ameri can legion asserted he was completely confident the comvren9e will achieve a marked Success m removing obstacles to the future peace and Prosperity of this hem come determined to make the conference an example selfish Hull Sald this will be a shining example to the rest of the world the result that can be obtained when nations joined As equals elaborating in the sincere Spint of unselfishness sympathetic Jinder standing and Mutual prepare a path of Pauleus Sannon chairma11 of the haitian group said. Mexican ambassador to ton who is a Delegate to Par Ley announced his country hoped an agreement for arbitration conciliation of american would be reached. Mexico. He said was determined to follow its traditional policy of non Etfer Ference in the internal affairs other states. Or. Luis Manuel debayle. For eign minister of he would advocate completion of the inter american which now runs from the states thru much of Mexico. As an artery to promote and Goodwill. A salvadorean Delegate Castro Ramirez expressed Hope to hts con Ference would create an inter american court of Justice. Was understood the United representatives would notation of an inter american court but would not agree to join it it the United states has entered the world court of tonal Justice at the Hague Secretary Hull made formal Calls on president Agustin p Justo and Argentine foreign minister Carlos Saavedra Pamas and then announced he would Gin informal visits on delegation of the various nations thursday. Thus he plans to revive the Friendly neighbor formula of informal chats with which he created an extremely favourable impression among delegates to the 1933 american conference at video Uruguay. Madrid defense bears the Brunt of rebel bombs continued from Page 1. Ades one Case of Shell and four cutlasses. Subsequent investigation was said showed the former embassy sheltered refugees storing arms and there were 45 arrested in the building but said they believed some other s including the former Marquesa de Urquijo and the former countess de mobiles apparently had refugees in other embassies. Fleet of ghost cars. The defense Junta night was disturbed by the act ties of a Fleet of ghost cars which roam the City at and snipe at militia cars. Outside mad rid meanwhile the International column of anti fascists fought with backs to the Wall to make their Promise to drive their foes from the Hospital clinic buying of University City within two Days. A government Surprise at tack on the Casa de Camp ir1 the morning broke a concentration of insurgent troops for a final As Sault on the go merriment announced. The War ministry also asserted its forces held near seconal. And that siem Pogue lot near Aranjuez was heavy fire. A group of politically British members of Pari who journeyed to spam to to humanize the civil War. With Madrid s defense Leader col. Jose Miaja. While Salvage corps continued digging in the Beautiful Pink plates in numerous shades dentures of Beauty other plates made highest Grade materials Economy our watchword a state Law Price advertising Bridge work Teeth Teeth filled Gold inlays Silver fillings plates one Day service or. Cousins dental offices St Day 10 a. A Only Friendly w l ome fam Oteous treatment s so a m. To 5 v. M. 1319 "0" St. Bodies of those killed in past bombardments. The defense Junta food Supply commission ordered All trucks requisitioned to transport food into Madrid where practically the Only diet obtainable was that of a strict vegetarian. Government forces attack. Talavera de la Reina Spain. Up Spanish government troops attacked fascists three Miles South of Here in a Dar ing thrust far from Madrid but insurgent air bombs threw them Back. The attacking column apparently moved up from the Region of naval Hermosa during the night and the first indication of the assault came when shells be Gan dropping in the town in the Early hours from the High Bluffs across the Tajo River. Twenty fascist planes took to the air and loosed bombs and machine gun bullets on the advancing socialists. For hours dense Clouds of Black smoke Rose thru the mists Over the Hills lying directly Outh of Talavera while the explosions echoed thru the streets of the town. One body of government militiamen trapped in a Gully suffered heavy losses. The assault on Talavera which lies 75 Miles Southwest of Madrid was the first reported government attack m that Section since the fascist troops tightened their semicircle around Madrid steel shutters quickly were hauled Down Over the windows of cafes. From a rooftop one could watch a spectacular air show. Small fas Cist planes spurting fire from their machine guns Dove straight at the attacking government troops rising again out of the Mist they repeated their dives in relays in a sort of game of Fol Low the Leader. Then four trim stored bombers joined the Battle loosing several 500 Pound missiles on the socialist soldiers. The residents of Tala Yeia the town from which the major insurgent drive on Madrid started Sev eral weeks ago were almost oblivious to the encounter. Women continued to Wash clothes and the workmen went on repairing a clock on a Tower. In the Street men carried in Coal. Truckloads of fascist soldiers singing went to the Aid of their comrades outside the town. The insurgent planes Cir cled so Low overhead their pilots could be seen. Ambassador in protest. London. The Spanish socialist ambassador protested to the British foreign office activities of German and italian warships in Spanish Waters. The protest included reference to the Torp doing of a Spanish warship off Carta Gena Harbor. The Madrid govern ment in a communique by infer ence charged German submarines with responsibility. The Day s pro test was expected to be referred to the european no intervention com Mittee whose subcommittee meets Friday to continue drafting a plan to supervise imports to both the Madrid and Gurgos governments. Britain still was pressing insurgent Gen. Francisco Franco for reply to its query whether foreign ships would be permitted to Anchor As neutrals at Barcelona if Franco attempts to enforce his warning he would destroy the port of Neces sary to prevent arms shipments to Madrid. Foreign Secretary an Thony Eden told the House of com Mons that foodstuffs and Coal would not be affected by the government s decision to prohibit carrying of munitions by British ships i to either Side in the War. Crop control on new basis being whipped in line continued from Page 1. Effective substitute for the in validated aaa. Of course the soil program is still in its infancy and necessarily will need revision and the head of the agricultural department said. So far however it has proved an effective substitute for the agriculture adjustment adminis the triple a was ruled invalid by the u. S. Supreme court earlier this year. The soil conservation program financed by a 500 million Dollar appropriation is designed to improve soils and limit production thru paying subsidies for substitute crops or produce not grown. My tour thru the South con Vinces me the Farmers Down Here want something equally As Strong As the Bankhead Cotton control Wallace said. We have Al ways had Fine co operation from Southern Farmers and that goes pretty Well for the rest of the Wallace would not say what specific parts of the farm program he wanted changed or strengthened. The Secretary and a group of department and regional experts completed a ten Day tour of Southern states. Rural re settlement and rehabilitation projects received Especial attention. For reclamation office Salt Lake City offers per manent Headquarters. Spokane Wash. Director of the National reclamation association considered an invitation of Salt Lake City to establish Perma nent Western Headquarters there. The offer came from the Salt Lake chamber of Commerce after the association had voted at its closing session Here to establish an information office at Washington d. C., and a National Headquarters in the West. The association voted an appropriation of for 1937 to drive for National recognition of reclamation s value. The final budget car ried by a vote of eight states to six. The endorsing states were California Colorado Idaho Mon Tana North Dakota Oregon Utah and Washington. Dissenting votes came from Arizona Nevada Nebraska new Mexico Texas and Wyoming. The association re elected its officers. O. O. S. War Den great Falls Mont is presi Dent. A Resolution proposed for pay ment to the reclamation revolving fund of 52 y2 percent of the Mon a month end Sale suits out of our regular Stock Selling for 25.00 and 21.50 1795 Ritoli draft and other Fine make s Are included in this Uig smartly tailored of Fine in sport Harki Plain barks single brr amed double breasted Bines and Browns. Don t it i p store Llyn St. Yes received from royalties and rentals within naval Petroleum re serves under the Oil land leasing act of 1920. The Resolution also proposed legislation to turn percent of the Rola ties and rentals income to the state in which the leased lands Are located. The association urged preservation of american water rights on those streams which flow thru foreign territory. Bond signing Derby ends Colorado officials dispute Over Marathon Victory. Denver. Colorado s Bond signing Derby ended amid flourishes of Ink smudged fingers and a dispute Over the Victor. I said Charles d. Vail state High Way Engineer. I finished Vail had a two Day Start on countered gov. De c. John son As he affixed his signature for the 15th thousand time this week but i won. My lapsed time was 19 hours and 35 minutes. Vail took 24 hours and 30 parti sans of the state Highway Engineer pointed out that the governor s name contains two less letters than Vail s and claimed an unfair advantage. The Bonds each of denominations were to secure for the state the last of its Revenue to build highways. Arabs read Hitler. Berlin. Arabs who join with nazi Germany in antagonism to jews Are Reading Adolph hit Ler s Book my the Fuhrer s autobiography with its Anto semitic theories has been translated into arabic and already is a Best seller in Palestine Ger Man newspapers say. Gassaway Davis to marry divorce Grace Vanderbilt and will wed her Cousin. New York. Society writers reported that Henry Gassaway Davis 3rd., divorced several months ago from the former Grace Vanderbilt will be married soon to her Cousin Consuelo the former mrs. Earl e. T. Smith. The former mrs. Smith left her new York Home several Days ago to join her father wham k. Vanderbilt jr., for thanksgiving on his yacht Alva at terminal Island Florida. Davis mining Fortune heir and grandson of Henry Gassaway Davis one time democratic vice presidential nominee left for Flor Ida. He eloped in june 1127 with Grace Vanderbilt daughter of Brig. Gen. And mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. A policeman was wit Ness to their civil ceremony and later a night watchman and Davis Uncle col. Henry h. Armistead were enlisted to witness a religious ceremony in the Little Church around the Corner. Cholly Knickerbocker writing in the american said Davis and mrs. Smith planned to have her father make a formal announce ment of their engagement from Miami during the coming week Miami Beach Fla. William k. Vanderbilt announced his daughter Consuelo the former mrs. Earl e. T. Smith would marry Henry Gassaway Davis 3d., Friday at the Vanderbilt s terminal Island estate Here. The ceremony to be performed by county judge w. F. Blanton would be attended by Only a few friends of both families. Vanderbilt said. Tie Security act . Are people already Over 65 eligible to Federal pensions no. Are their wages taxed for the pension fund no. Are their wages taxed for unemployment insurance the Federal unemployment tax Falls on the employer. State Laws differ. If an employee reaches 65 be tween now and 1942, will he be eligible for a pension it would depend on when he reaches 65. Two requirements must be met to qualify for work in at least five Calendar years beginning with 1937 and total earnings of at least it is too late for persons Over 61 to qualify. Could a Man continue working until 1942. Though a few years past 65, and become eligible no. If a Man near the age limit qualifies must he Stop work at 65 in order to have his pension begin in 1942? no but the pension will be held up each month in 1942 or there after that he works in business or Industry. I get a month As a watch Man and have 22 months to go after Jan. 1 before i m 65. Do i have to pay and what do t get your wage account at 65 will show on which in taxes will have been paid. You won t be eligible for a pension but will be entitled to 3 1-2 percent on the or to on the 65th birthday. I am a widow of 57 and keep boarders. My earning Power will be about done for by the time i m 65 and then How about me since you Are self employed the pensions do not apply to you. If you Are in need after 65, the fed eral government will match what Ever your state will allow you up to a month or a total for you of does the fact that i work for a near relative have any bearing on the pensions no. How much will i receive at 65 on a salary of a month during the next 13 years a month. What will the tax rate on my wages and my employer s payroll be starting at 1 percent in 1937. It increases gradually to 3 percent in 1949 and thereafter. You and your employer each pay next year and in 1949. Down on toe Falconer the Pilot unable to much Engsi but managed to make known that he desired to refuel. It is the plane one of a dozen bought in Canada for Mexico and was be ing delivered it later took off. Of Mary Brief honeymoon with her fourth husband begins. Excelsior Springs. To smiling happily Mary Mccormik the Texas Plains girl who became i an opera Star and a Princess Boigan a Brief honeymoon with her fourth husband. Homer v. Johann i sen Chicago attorney. I they were married quietly in a five minute ceremony at Kansas City earlier m the Day. The Justice of the peace who married them and the clerk who witnessed the wedding did not know the Bude was the famous Prima Donna. Mits Mccormic said they prob Abl would remain Here about a week1 j before her husband returns to his Law practice and she goes to Cali fornia for a radio appearance. Mary later told reporters were married by a Justice of the peace in a Little room that had no windows it looked like a Saloon and i did t know whether to say i do or order two accused of threat. Philadelphia. The fed eral grand jury indicted John a. Bartenback on charges of threat ening the life of president Roose velt. Federal Bureau of investigation agents arrested Bartenback last August and accused him of sending three threatening letters to the president. He has been held in prison in lieu of bail. Plane loses its Way. Buffalo n. Y. A mexi can bombing plane fully equipped with machine gains and bomb Racks on its Way from Canada to Mexico became lost and came absolved of killing. New York. Homicide _. Charges placed against Michael Bowen 32, in connection with the killing of Morris Erde. 71 year old Pumpernickel following his arraignment. Erde disappeared nov. 8 and his body was found four Days later in a courtyard of his apartment House where Bowen was employed at janitor. Thanks a million for More than a million America has bought Chevrolet during the past twelve months thereby giving Chevrolet the greatest year in its history and the greatest measure of buyer preference it has Ever enjoyed. The builders of Chevrolet Are thank Ful for Many things but most of All for the warm Friendship of the american people. And so again at this thanksgiving season we say thank you for you have Given Chevrolet a measure of Good Mil without parallel in the annals of modern Industry consider for a moment All that you have done to inspire Chevrolet s appreciation during the past twelve months you have purchased Chevrolet of have made Chevrolet favorite car for the seventh Lime in the Pat ten of have Given Chevrolet Strong preference in every Section of the country you have conferred this same High Honor upon Chevrolet trucks by purchasing More than commercial units you have made 1936 the most successful year in All Chevrolet history. And now to Climax these expressions of Friend ship you Are displacing even More marked prefer ence for the new Chevrolet for 1937. It is difficult to express adequate appreciation for gifts so great and so generous As these. All we can say is thanks a million for More than a million cars in 1936 and All we can do h offer you the still finer Chevrolet of 1937 in return for the finest Friendship Ever bellowed upon any motor car manufacturer. Chevrolet motor company Detroit Michigan can i w a 1 93?

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