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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1945, Yuma, Arizona                             THE WEATHER AT TTOIA leported by U. 8. Weather liureaii Highest last 2-1 hours ............103 Lowest last hours 78 Average high this date.......102 Average low this date........73 Ki-lativo humidity II a. in. todav VOLUMK 205 I-I51DAY, AUGUST Ml. 19H WEATHER FORECAST TO SATURDAY MCHT Partly cloudy ami continued warm. YUMA, ARIZONA THE ARIZONA SENTINEL- VOLUME 205 GUPATIONS FORGES LIN Cmrd. Stassen Says Majority Suffering From Malnutrition To Demonstrate Use of DDT Confer on Tokyo Bay Entry As a service lo th j uhli di-iuonstralion mi tin use I 1 a preparation lor the e of noxious insects, is to hi here in Yuma next In on their handy, an- Press Staff ('orrespiinilcnf Admiral lladger's Flagship, Vo- kosullll. Aug. (U.R) Kilty per cent of the 1.300 Allied war pris- oners already rescued from camps ill the Tokyo area were treated si. brutally by the Japanese that they need hospital care. C.omdr. Har- old Slassen revealed today. iMr.Nf prisoners said Ihey were regularly by Japanesoj torture s.. parenlly the result of thumb screws or similar devices. Stassen, former governor of minil William F. Halscy's staff, j said there were many reports of dying from heatings and: lack of care. No instances of de- liberate executions yet have been reported, however, he said. The latest count showed I.-IPl American, British. Australian and Duleh prisoners liberated and aboard the hospital ship Benevol- ence, those who dn not require hospital treatment will be trans- ferred soon to army ships along- side for transportation home. Sonic prisoners told of an "in- I'N'P Wo Claims j i piU.5. Sailors Rape Japanese Women Office of War Information Is Terminated in i ciUs bt t u i i u ik'inunstratinn at th Hilltop t.ItiCi on Wrcnit'Xilav at ji.m. In addiiidii Lo Ihe (ii'monstnttion. prt.'caulions in Uu DDT will soon hi: muly for i vilian n.Sf, it is .said. Tin1 uniit-d forces IIMVO ust-d it f-f'forUvrly for many Smiie civilian nnd ical have already n supplied it. The public invited to attend the demonstration. Us sponsors j i, t would appreciate a phone call lo i of Adm. William p. Hnlspy's staff nnd Japanese nnvy officers S50 from those who pl-in lo 'U ;U1C' "Aiiniino charts of Snyami and Tokyo Bavs to I t-'JHry by U. S. Third Fleet, in e.onferonec held aboard U. S. S. Missouri, OIK in OK ei mt icj may know j flagship of 3rd Fleet. U. S. Nnvy Rndio-Tclcphoto Irom CUiam. how many to expuel and plan for. j__________________________________________________________ AUK- 31 Ir sidf-n! Truman luduy onU-rotl H Jtboliliim of the Office of War In-M- formalioii jnid asked Secretary oi'i I ili: James F. Byrnes to pro- j pi ;i program to put f 11 ign informational needs on ;i i continuing basis, I1 ffeetive immediately, tin1 Tor-! functions of OWI and the! informaUonal operations of Ihe Office of Inler-AmeriL-an Affairs were ronsnlirlatcd in ;i new inter- im Interim timial Information serv- ice within the State department.. Postci Clerk Returns To Duty Here After Year In the WACs Veterans Seniority Rule Will Get Court Test A up. (U.H) for veterans ap- peared today to be headed lor a! in lho Yumjl in year supreme court test after a Having 2.1 years to he Miss F.milifi M. Ghiotlo. recent- i ly discharp'od WAC. i.s again al jlhe window in the local post office where she served for many ycary i Klamps and parcel post. i She is one of the oldest clerk quipition rontfr" inland from Tok- yo. Airnii-'n and submarinf were the main "cii.stoniers.'' Stas- sen said. hack fired. "hospilal" also was Thi! wllosc lmlllstnul ex-serviceman guis his old job if who must Uie worst ers :-aid. "Von shouldn't use 1'iir that paid. "Yon could only it as a hrlihole. Tho fillh WIIH in- IMCOS. pri.son- the word desc.ribo She U'ACs as a postal fit Santa Ana and part, of it a I. the Kinynnm, Arizona, field. Mi sy Ghiolto wa.s discharged Shove! rahani seniority for time worked and time spent in the na- vy, but no more, sponsored f.he; move for a court review. Judjre Matthew T. Ahrnxxo held that the Sullivan Dry Dock and repair Corp. of Brooklyn. N.V.. Cdotex Head Complete, LOS AKOELES. SAN I.-KANCJSCO. Aug. ,-ii IU.RJ Japanese officials have filed i "vigorous protests" with Americ- an occupation forces over two as- 'serled rape eases by American sailors. Tokyo radio said today. l Tokyo broadcasts recorded by j United Tress asserted wholly, without confirmation that, two] j American sailors bad raped the wife and 17-year-old daughter of a Yokosuka chauf- fcur "at the point of a revolver." Two other sailors, the broad- least claimed, raped a maid at an- I other Yokosuka bouse. The "outrageous acts" were committed "under pretext of a i search for Tokyo said. Yuma Soldier Is in i'iclurcd above is Ma.j. Greg Effeetive Sept. tbe domes- j "oyington, fameil air nee' who was j tie fnnetions of OU'I will be abol- j reseueil yeslenlay after undergo-- isheil. livrnrs was directed to j "imilhs of iinitlll (reatmeal JJ abolish the interim International i Jal> Prison vamp a( Omori. I pV Information service by Dec. 31. i '''oyingtiln is said to have been! Tim president pointer! out in baseball bal by Hie statement accompanying his who sought to obtain mili- eeutive order thai while it is pos- information, Like oilier sihle now to curtail wartime gov- ernmental information services, enpaiils of tin; prison, 'be is ro- cd tn h To Pay the Price An American rloetor raptured faileti in its legal duty to Fishgokl on Mnam was given a piek aiullwhen it laid him oi'f rather thai- s-lin-.-i-l job until recently and not j a non-veteran worker with 26 day; permitled treat fellow pi is.in-' greater seniority c-rF. although Japanese medical! The ruling, iiailed by I'.1'1'" help wa.-i inadequate, i Service as a complete Victorv for: .il--'U.R) 1'. ..I i.....-... T> 'Kase. Harvard-educated spokes- I5V Askcd if Japanese camp offic- j Director Lewis E. Hcrshey's fam- ials bail expressed any remorse, j oils memorandum 1W-A. got a man for the Japanese ioroign of- fice, said today Japan was ready at as promised todny by Bror nahlbcrg. president of the Celotex Corporation. "The greatest era of '-onstruc- tion in Ihe history of the nation will get underway within six Dablherg said. "Our own war experience hints uf the possibilities. Several lluni- jsand comfortable, permanent four- i and-nne-hrt if room houses were built with Celotex Cemesto units at a cost of S2.SUO or less. "This price did not include any profit for the dealer, or the cost lot' the land. But these houses were only partially prefabricated and were not manufactured by tbe as- sembly line process." Dalilbcri: said assembly lines would be able to produce house sections as well as they did bomb- '.i iiioi.-.iLdi iiiioriiialion services, I "Sonic of our foreign information j "ulriflon. operations v.'ill continue to be nee.-' rssary." 1 "The nature of presenl-day 1 MflW  ne in the eity to be occupied four remitsu. with would creati where they can live more fully and freely the other three days." Dnhlbcrp said low cost housiim- --..f... HMO..-..i ,n-i cre-ite -i need for Ci who up until now have landed niorninp when a cur luv In. has been doselv asso- -o" netion w -'men fo Hi- nnd bullets. ,-ollidcd he.-idon wiUi. f" their neu- assinnnnMit westbound car 70 miles east of need for .i.ooo.lioii l.t swords at the means of informing foreign peo- ples about this country." on Marcus Island Wednesday, EWT.i. Japanese sol- diers and alike were pas- sive. liold Three Cities Patrols of American air-borne troops from and sea-borne for tuburculars dortginp stringent; keenly felt. It was bis keen sense units from Yokosul'a 20 miles to rules of their home states. j of fair play that caused him to the southeast, linked up in the j As a result, lie declared. Ariznn-j tr.v break up an unfair scuffle j vicinity of Yokohama and quickly an.s arc in daily contact with dis- i between two French civilians and consolidated their bold on tbe. tri- ease spreaders who should be American soldier. One of the angle bound bv the three cities .regaled. French civilians fired the shot! Gen. Dongliis .MacArthur was Kurlander said at least D.OOCI' slnick Gilbert in the hard at work on details of the oc- persons with active T.B.. each ishollltlor passed through hi.s ciipation in his new headquarters ibaviiiK the potentiality of infect-' Tlle Frenchman is in the in the new Grand hotel at 1'oho- linp upwards of 10 other persons, i "f and will payjhamn, one of Hie lew buildings in M-i freely without cv- hi's Gilbert was tfven I the city to escape destruction or md 'lapanese nation' 'l "c Rruve pnh-1 flrsl aul everything possible [heavy dnmage from American Hi; liealth hazard they arc (lono Silvp hls hm llis "ombs. .Some troops guarded island. miles southeast of Tokyo, was for- mally surrendered with its gnrri- son of LVM5 army and navy per- sonnel in n ceremony today aboard the destroyer U.S.S. Bagiey. The Xavy announced that the Japanese conimanedr of Marcus. Rear Adm. M. Matsubara, rose from a sick bed to attend the cer- emony conference on the forecas-: ng aware of the grave p.. lie health hazard thev arc cans-' i addefl that physicians! was done to save his life hut bis bombs. .Some troops guarded wound was too serious. jibe hotel. was buried with tullj iF.adio Tokyo said AlacArtlmr in- ,1'i.ieo mat pnvsicians........................... limuiu throiighoul the nation nre. being j lnilitiir-v llo'_lors -Jl 1000 (10 a.m.) will move his urpert not lo send tuberculous aL France, j row to tbe former resiiieiie" c-t tients to Arizona, because of 7fl of our company j the manager of tbe dearth of control measures anil After thc chap- Petroleum company, i serious shortage of facilities. lill> Service, u There are only beds for. tubereulars in th v vl Ml., t- "II till; llucca.s-. tie of tbe Bagley. He was accom-, panied by five staff officers. -Newsmen Hater Tokyo firing squad fired three salvoes.! American newsmen 'already slate the blipler blew; have ventured from Yokohama ir is occu-; Ups- were six of I to ruhblc-heap-d Tokvo to i-_: __ .1 TI ____.. _ I i-v-1 Matsubara presented the u R Of U'p tota1' r'nn "re veterans' reiirescntalive. Hear Adm. F. M ;iflft Service U'hitinir. NY a-id-. 'Jns ''iiurch Alexandria. Va.. three hospitals, inf, in on Page -I. 2 Yuma Navy Men Abcai'd Carrier Wiifh Task Force 38 westbound car 70 miles east of. js .lnximx on H. K. Highway SO. stale llighw.-.y Paul Piilard In "ln'' mjur was brought niinute ccrenionv. r.uneh the i I in Hie crash. II to the Yuma Ccncral hospital. It of ;i broken arm and bead and r say fri.Midship'.' 'stion of war criminals test, thai laces us. spends on you." would happen if the Japanese w a s asked lo turn over former Pre- nuer Hideki i Kase said: "If the Japanese people iinvmced that, any man .aziin Tojo. esigna- brought to .justice, they will not AP.OAHDTHK irss KKSEX IN chest injuries. THK I'ACIKIC -Two Y n m a, i Hunch's wife and five children men. Frank .M. Con- were not hurt. Pillar.! said, and nor. lad.irman. third class. were taken to U'clHnn. Stephen imN. Wl 1st St. and Albert P. i Halalsk, of V.'alcrtown. N. Y. ami'. IJ.ilen. seaman, first chi.-s. his wife and two children, in the Ave.. serve west -bound car. a Kord se- aboard this carrier which steamed dan. also escaped injury, although rinse lo the slimes of Tokyo with both cms and Hunch's trailer I'a.-k Fore.- .'IN io launch her were liadlv damaged. planes aKainm Ihe remaining; "'.Hi drivers wen- rcporled atnmties was different port. strength of the em-my in (hi- final have been driving all night. Tbe days of Ilic war. i crash occurred on the north side All hands answered reveille sev- of highway, Dillard said. IJnni h's ernl hours before sunrise that sedan and two-wheeled morning. They bad bad their overturned twice following breakfast and were waiting at ''rush, it was said. th, Gov'f Will Step Out As Competitor Of Housewife in Meat Buying The American pul day that its biggest wartime com- petitor tor the meal supply. Hu1 government, will step out of Ihe priorily market Kept. the orn ade possible points re- pied and under future reservation. friends. It was a j tho north, but MacArthur Of the total, rinri are in veterans'. beaulifl'' ''lntl imPressive cere-1 waiting to build up a buyer arid mony. Two members of the com-; more impressive force for pnny took several pictures al tlie.nndly on-upvina Ihe capital time, and will send you prints at; may ent.-r Tokyo within the ncx' a future date." few days, however Gilbert, who worked as a boil-' He already -rmaker's helper at. (he local. lo .lajianese Koutbern Pacific roundhouse prior: the .lapniiese iinvernmenl anri Io bis entrance into the nrmy isumahly Kniperor H i i o h'i t o more than two years ago. is sur- i through slaiTs rathei tinr vivcd by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hanion Higuera; brothers.' ____ f'h.-irlie and Kddie. both serving in. tbe (i.S. Army in Kun.pe. Ramon, 'iilberto and .lor: mifi three sis-, ters. 'i'rini. and (Gloria.. county hospitals, and only state institutions. Will Fly Hew Chemical to Save Siamese Twins A.s a conseqiu nee food officials' As the sharp slash in quired for meal for tin- next lion period, hegiiuom; Monday. BOSTON. Aug. -I.I.R, A quail tity of (he new ebi-mi.-al fibrin film product "f blood plasma predict that civilians will per cent more meat in the Insl i ministration is worried about tin- attempt, to three mouths of Hliri, still Ic.-iv-: possibility of aniill.er mflatiomirv dav-old apane.se nubtaiy men acoiised of I ing 7ftO.OOII.OOI) pounds for ex-! food pric'e spiral such a.s followed Tile bureau of labor 1. was elironle by plan.- today to 'emx. to be used in an tbe lives of twins. Tbe film, developeil in Harvard 2 Local Youfhs Arc Called For Induction Lt. Felix McCrory Completes Study Course in Italy onii on Page ol Tommy Jennings and Jon.-s, local yniuig men, were .-ailed imlucti I'MVKKSITY TKK. Florence. l.iouleii.int Felis ol Mr. IIM. I Mri STI'PY .M. MeCmrv. f.n Fells Mcf'rory. ories, Cind Mrs. Cdlfl From Vacation their stalions for the firstligl'il of c- w- by one. followed by the bombers and torpedo planes. out lo Iho Tiusk never ttirnuU. i if I.'IT Nortli Trnih jivi-mir, Vuni-t, fho'Miix I hi? for ft-crjuiy r> into tho armrd tnivcs. I'Mir-wcrk d-rni tin- Mnilitw- ni'.'in Stn- PalnitT, socrp-' M-Icrtix'v siTVH't' board tics meanwhile, reported Ihatj I.i.N Arc bci-e by plane last night in re- tary of tbe selective service board dv OiH.-r. Italy, meat counters were better stock-1 To combat this il plans lo hand' spouse to an appeal by Ihe Uev. here j Tbe IL'liii many form" ed in mid-August than al slmpping lists" Kmmett -Mcl.ouglilin. silpcrinlend- (..'comhal men. ,-ia.ss-s .T tune since last March. to housewives to use for spotting; ent of St. .Monica's hospital where' he called up for the (ith of Sep. Ibis first full lime The agriculture department an- above-ceiling pi ices nounced that, it was lifting Hie other foods. last remaining set-aside on fed-' Tbe lists will he randa, wet distributed bv Tbe film twins. Louise and Micaila Mi-; (ember: and that "n the ap born. becomes 111.: j proximal.fly In Japanese youths nf j university's Ifi modern meat production.; local ration hoards starting next translucent, elastic material like Packci-s no longer will have In n'-jweck. ICacb housewife will be! latex when wet. It will he a sheet of! Ihe colintv will be called Postoffice Will Be r McOraw seh ,1 I serve 50 per cent of the oi.lpul asKe.l to write m, her list for one' used to a twin mcm- incipa, lhl. lwilw Ml aosed Labor oay in! h.-ind plcK'eil mst nielor.s. (.Nasse.-i in So subjects average sliidenl.i eaeb. Inn.- for T Illls Ml's' He' visiting 'aiu bad spent tu-o m. in and three weeks ago. who has Avenue grammar school each i Their son. Crawford from s to 12, where i been attending Brown military tciu'hcrs may contact him, he wiiil. academy, returned with them. government purdni.sc. Set-Asides Arc Removed lamb, vcnl and othe were removed 10 days Henccforlh military government needs for ber butcher and grocer kinds of food and turn for the list The chemical previously had. observance of I.aboi to the local board. I be lists will been restricted to Army and Na-1 Mondav Sept th give the OP A a picture of price vy use but a spokesman at. Har- office will be closed the abdomen, list The chemical previously amp] Mill I Del ion. >av' Crory saw eomt.al local niist'-jS'lii.nlniii. He v.-.-a dav. M'-dile '.'n.l Mc- vith a Kightci (hi- Air complalnls in various areas. i vanl said the twins' case was un-'. er rural nor city deliveries will bei Uibbnn will, Haiti.- Bowles, in! usual nnd offered a chance for i made, Mi-cording In Mrs. Kleanor! tion Star. is a of Price Chief Cheste (Contiauei.1 on Paye. -IJ medical experimentation. ing McCoy, postmaster.   

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