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Findlay Republican Courier (Newspaper) - June 28, 1945, Findlay, Ohio JUNE 211S4S roui AREAS IN FOR RETURNING 1 of theM win Mmt RESIGNS OF LUZON Say Kume Island The Liberation of all of main island of the waa Thursday by Gen. Douglas A complete in 18 days ef the loag vaHey of aaM the waa most aai fought in Tho General waa to the 4ea4 and ol to be of the defeat on Luzon came some hours after a new American invasion 50 west ci The that Allied forces invaded apO milea and Ant of Kari Wednesday night that in preliminary discussions of a new had raised Takai Time Out for Drive to Cottage in June an hour out of one of the busiest and happiest days of hii homecoming as president President Truman Wednesday drove 10 miles through the green side tQ visit his 93.yer-o)d moth Mrs. Martha at her drove here from his his press which his homecoming and spent a half hour with his who was happy and excited with the was the time she had teen him since when she went to Washington for a Mother's Day knew vou would come Just as soon Mrs. Truman told her son as he strode across the Dorch of the cottage where she lives with her unmarried Mary here the president passed the old Truman which he operated from 1906 until 1917 and hU J. now It is on the outskirts of 600. where moved after she reached advanced QAID GENERAL VOTED A June 27-^ voted a Wednesday for the general bomben oU ol the mm at hi was by volee on the Gen. to be Dent J strategy air force com. in the an tile China for the W. his fleet htt three a fourth and a admiral a few planes made fruitless attempts to raid Other Ai the Mirt oil Slower Than June 27 war manpower commission estimated Wednesday night that by August will be than the 2.000.000 cases the predicted The by a was Made ae the reported tkat Jell hw 40.060 In to level was 100.000 lest than in said the which is based on a census bureau Manpower officials thai unemployment probably has been on the WMC declined to make a of how far shy of 2X0.-n 000 Unemployment will be in other officials indicated it might total around 1^,000. The hisher it Appointe Him AlHed of Stote BATTLS m the of the wrier tm whirk waa kH la SO ky two witk a task la the aod May 11. crews lo ward off farther Ilie ski te a west yard wHk asi dene or with Turkey of i- Soviet advantages In stratte Dardanelles connecting the Black Sea and the question of proprietorship of the northeastern Turkish province of formerly Soviet also was these same quarters hut It was stressed that no Russian demands as such had report itself made no of revised idm about August but the agency s estimate of 1,300,000 out of work by Dec. 1. new fbr b as wnh was aot of 194^, WMC Chairman V. that Mismanagement Charged By House Sin July 27 - picked Edward R aa the United States lo the bla Immediate resignation as the secretary of made the tn a home town newa in the midst of a day of celebration welcoming back to Independence for the first time since he tered the White said he hie new rotary el sUte Monday or he off of te haee ktal reports ho had F. In the one the sakl the BMn he waa not now In which would fit president made public a dated at tn which he ed work at and told DmM Hi LACKS cur for brief hi the He aid that possibly as many - reports that bombarding oil port on Borneo's southeast where confirmed bv Nathan war correspondent for The news agency Australian army a to kill General Sir Thomas Blamey and his staff officers on The Japanese came to within 20 to Page SUCCUMBS ON June 27 J. 68. of trait artist and former Columbus newspaper cartoonist died of a heart attack Wednesday while en route bv train to New Tork on a business Joined the Ohio State Journal suff In 1807, in Columbus and was cartoonist from 1901 umil his retirement In 1935. During his cartooning his sketches were distributed by the Newspaper He drew Ftom and 'The Toung Lady The te a sarlea off the attack ky ee a train greater seven Polish in Warsaw to set up the that Polish government of national unity upon at King Leopold III of Belgium abdicate by June 27~iAP~A house subcommittee asserted Wednesday that mismanagement in the war food had resulted in food and money running into of dollars of giving falae ia when H to oai the a report on s lengthy investigation of ft levels of may ducted ed by Rep. WFA of wasteful poor bookkeeping and inadequate lax hiring methods and and Bond Saks from June 27--/U.R)i 2.000,000 may be out of work at any given stage of the cutback program after reported tkat Marck 15 to Jane I declined from to this McNutt continues at the very low have prevailed for sales in bond hv a billion sway their Leader Dr. Albert been for manpower The gigantic total was In during the such as the result of announced Gen. trade and service industries which Lattre de and i op to latest a French Tbe WMC said ikat That was more than twire their command In X X X on the part of some 11 the of for Il sald ike aiH a la a of and the kas beea one of of tke tke lo he It alee War Food Mar. via M on the to only wanted him to take the tn solid structure of the charter thia week at aa ef the ofi Rioord hi IS at least Iht thh In V 8 that the States haa been a v president and of Webstar hi of two May 1 of sUte under i who had ' dent upon waa asi of tute 1 ask its Immediate ratifica tlon he said he had not made mind whether do ao tn will serve as his i a ji a er tn the work of the States formal the HELD IN ASKS HUBBY TO June 27 held on a manslaughter charge in the slaying of a young submarine asked her husband Wed to home at from his overseas post where he is serving as an army paratroop 24-yaar-old beauty sent the to Major G. former New university from her cell yet la eay m easing of tke manpower goal with and farm I more the overall goal for the individuals were their are quota with the fact that 29 areas amounting to and his nomination to railroad at his own of the food diet and handling near of in liberal labor market nnn nnn War bond on the charter He Is hack there 2 If the si were leM than which nor j 1 railed mally in regular channels In the sir of in s offered daUy for to fly without of Instruction from beef the tin since April 1. i __ K- on i transported and He 1 when SHERIFF of the few tt ID DAI I nny and the flight on the signal mother BALLOON INTACT I We were frequently met with the choice of whether would proceed ami avoid or act quickly and get the food to LAKE June 27 The Deseret News told Wednesday of a western who struggled 55 1 time he one Jaa She haa been the balloons which Japan In been to North I i to Page attempt highest in the gift of the in 2Vfoot fall ter the hut all three Haa to do a little police she toM them that aht ahot Albert 19, late Saturday night she thought he and hU James ware Intruders In the home of her neighbors the Charlea paper said the office of in Washington approved the which did not because of security the name of the peace which he is A Army received -E for ke In at kle mm of to Page Ohio's participation in the or of the county i tb ee progresa Duties Prepared For June 27V-Con(rii prepared new powers aad for P. Anderaon to use in control of the he secretary ' what Anderaon wanta on legislation extending price controla one y iar July same day the Mew Meato succeeds Claude in the were these other on the food A en of the war to plan as a substitute for a much broader amendment by Rep Andresen This would have allowed the of to Economic Director William U Davis on food Wagner told reporters how ever that new still subject to formal In both branches of makes Anderson first on food new food pricing proviso administration leaders had feared sharply the effectiveness of the control One would have the sUte director said here U. S. serv ice office here has expanded to lobs for in line is the deadline ineligible to qua result Next In line For Presidency Until ACES SET All records of arm have in the by the iVi the loss of a enemy the with of OPA divisions to district courts tnt a er for OPA for dia teat Mr L A move hy aoma te - - notT in the to and all farm resignation of Secretary of succession law of pnv vides that WMC labor management case of the panel here haa recommended death or * in-control on male labor hiring in of the the area be vice through registration for voting at the July donations to pour in for the July 4 war bond accepted an amendment by Rep. i quotas on houm if they wm sanitary conditions by the Another change 0ven directs OPA to a on rent controla I Involved a itona In the in 1912 Senator the secretary of an OPA orders bond purchasers have til tonight to get a free circus the presi shall pass to to the speaker of the Treasury the house next in line after half Jr. became vice em bodying this proposal was ap proved by the house committee Wednesday on a 10 to a rote but veteran expressed doubt It ever will come every hand predictions were heerd that the new secretary of sute to be named by President Truman next would be F. supreme court and director of war Democratic leaders were known to have felt that some one with a more Lists June fen se headquarters aaki Canada in the an atr force including anri 2.mii W ' war up to May St. In the years of the P Worn War Canadian 190.0. in party and three hours the to cover afl looda and to require the 't approval of than br in the Bilbo merged churches Morgenthau will be next to which would lead to the want the FEPC te any wUl meet Solely until Aug line until a to If And he saMI III is appointed takes to This wast think la Meantime to be a major reasM show up Columbus Grove tary of Sute Joseph C Grew the accepted the hear one killed in a lien on will serve as acting secretary does not put Grew of the position had annual Putnam county j in the Une of presidential grange will be hekl because the the to persona that It was waasa to leave the country third court of the as cabinet with Prim Red peala a in a Truman haa and the 1888 law have been
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