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   Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - March 11, 1946, Bakersfield, California                                f i h I1 f T i J THE WEATHEH Temperature High yesterday Low L Kfllnfal Season Airport Tear Season Land Forecast Scattered cloudiness today clear tonight and Tuesday not quite so Officer Shoots Man Fleeing Arrest See Page 9 58 TWO SECTIONS MARCH 16 PAGES ft r V 19 4 j CostPlus Markup formula to Put More i Clothing on Shelves tap V I L March government moved ahead today with plans to re lieve the womens hosiery L shortage after announcing a new price program to get more mens clothing onto re T tail With both Congress and the White House getting pro tests from stockingless the Civilian Production Administration was drafting a to through pounds of rayon yarn monthly to hosiery n CPA is expected to take this step in about two weeks after meeting with representatives of rayon pro yjj The plan would raise total monthly production of rayon stockings to about of j nylons is now running around a Some Women Piggish A CPA official said present nylon production itself was enough to give every woman a pairbut that some piggish women are buying up everything they could find while others got The OPA stepped into the acute shortage of mens clothing Sunday night by announcing longawaited revised price schedules designed to end hoarding by manufacturers and get more lowercost apparel on the OPA said its new program would wipe out inequities in clothing prices by substituting a new costplus markup formula for the price freeze now m It also re stricts manufacturers to their high est priced line for 1942 but allows a 6 per cent increase to cover higher On Current Coats Under the manufacturers of mens and boys tailored clothing will be permitted to base their prices gen erally on current rather than costs as At the same they must re A charred human undis n as to sex and chained by its neck to a firedemolished was found Sunday morning by three astonished southland rabbit hunters on an abandoned mineaccess road 16 miles southwest of n Investigating1 officers from the trict attorneys and sheriffs of dispatched to the W found only the skeletal remains of wa body and the car completely by flames so hot that much of the metal and windows was Remains Analyzed county pathologists and the cornoners office are attempt ing to determine the sex of the victim by analyzing remains of the skull and No other f bone structure was A light apparently wrapped around the victims neck and looped around the car doors post and encircling both front and back was the link offi cers to a The chain was locked on the outside of the officers Gerald Curtis of reg istered owner of the 1936 Pontiac has been missing from his home since January but as yet Investigators are unable tpdeter mine whether the charred bones are those of the missing Investigators searching the fire blackened only bits of burnt clothing on the but were unable to identify it is belonging to a man or The three teenaged youths who found the pyre while hunting in a gully near Becks Silver mine were Robert 1627 Buck ingham Los Ed Drake and Jim 506 North Irena Bottle Shapes Over j Control of Politics Charged j q P By Associated Press John Lewis summoned his 250man policy committee today to chart demands he will to bituminous coal operators in negotiations opening Tuesday in Wash Mine Workers representing employes of the soft coal already has taken legal preliminaries for a should negotiations on a contract to replace the one expiring April 1 A royalty each ton of which placedin j the union welfare and hospitaliaa tion was expected to be one of chief Also likely were proposals for a shorter work a lii And T reESisgaitibn foe including mine Soviet Newspaper Says Briton Slandered Russia With Accusations on Expansion n r March Moscow newspaper Pravda accused Winston Churchill today of trying to incite war against the Soviet Union and declared if his ideas for a BritishAmerican military alliance were put into effect it would mean the death of the United The Communist party breaking Russian editorial silence on the former British prime ministers speech last j week at said Churchill had attempted to n intimidate the whole world Telepboto NO BOOT1 remains of a 6yearold rubber plant at stripped by the who claim their light to remove war machinery and lawful tell a grim All machinery was removed from this and other industries of the area and the buildings left gutted nid Correspondents reported that an estimated 202 carloads of machinery were leaving the city Exclusive NBAAcme Newspictuies photo by Harlow with the horrors of Soviet ex and its alleged menace to true democracy in the Jc declared the edito broadcast by the Moscow radiot Churchill tried to impress the idea n that a new war More than he invites people to this war to war against the Soviet March States protests to Russia against the continued presence of Red army troops in Manchuria the re moval 01 industrial machinery March The government is rushing final touches of a new order designed to slash commercial and industrial conj Machinists Lodge As labor workers about half of them in General Motors plants and the elec trical a battle was shaping for control of one of the countrys most powerful the United Auto i A well organized boom was under way for Walter Centner as a can didate to succeed who was expected to seek his seventh term as president at the unions national convention in Atlantic March Politics Charged r Both sides rin the General Motors dispute charged last week set tlement of the 111day strike was beingdelayed by politics con nection with the approaching union convention Other labor developments Members of San Franeiscc SS voted to return v Pravda slant that section of China were bolstered dered the by saying that today by a similar British RficMzin fho j i Soviet Russia wants the fruits of war her March A gen eral strike started today In the whole j zone of the Allied military govern in the Venesrfa Giulia district at the head of the Adriatic where an Allied boundry commission continued its secret The strike was in protest to a shooting in a sulmrb ot while police were removing l l F a Slovene flag from a The police the Venezia Giulia district were organized by the British andthose in the killing were under command of a British deaths constituted the first L I serious incident connected with police efforts to enforce an Allied military March fanning out miles east of Mukden in the wake Red army were k reported today to have occupied Fuslnm and the big coal mines around the Manchurian Chinese Nationalist forces to be whining R race with the f r Communists for controfof Mukden where sporadic street fighting had Generalissimo Kaisheks Fourteenth Division of the Army reached Muk den last reports from Man churia and occupied strategic intersections and strong holds of the General George Marshall was leaving this evening Tokyo where he will confer with General Douglas MacArthur on the Manchu rian r Need Field Teams Marshall and MacArthur were ex I March Another week of diplomatic brickbats was in prospect I OO Y VJCCU LV i CLUiii struction so more homes can be I to work in bay area shipyards re government proclamation limiting the pected to discuss the possibility of f i J J w fi f I opening March but not to up town machine and to secede from the Independent International f A Association of A strike which would have af fected New Jersey commuters These who asked that j was averted when 1600 members of their names published said j the Brotherhood of Railroad Train the order will hold up construction i men called offXa set for 6 against the Central The in preparation sev eral weeks and scheduled for an riouncenient will be diastic turn to the average markup of 1942 1 and according to of instead of using generally higher i ficials who have seen a preliminary 1945 The OPA may be a slightincrease in the cost of lower priced step necessary to spur will bring a comi of thousands of nonessential j a pensati it tnere win oe tne i 3 Electrical Workers no substantial change in overall But they predicted it will hit hardj Qnjon locals agreed to permit est at proposed roadhouses night nonproduction workers executive director j theaters and other amusement to cross at General of the National Association of Rej These will not be banned tric piants jn Schenectady and Syra and Pittsfield and display of borrowing officers for executive will onng a eomj UL yi a nj against sating cut in nibre expensive office buildings and factories still in Railroad of New Jersey it there will be the blueprint Electric 1 in rrfjavxa 17 Rllt it TtTlll Vlft The military government issued a j headquarters which badly needs ad statement saying the police had fired j aitional field teams to oversee the into the crowd in answer to a shot from the The statement said 18 persons were one A Slav informant disputed the asserting that the into the crowd when a delega tion sought to confer with the The Slav said actually four were killed and 30 were ceasefire the Nationalists and Communists re A decision to t send field teams to Manchuria as soon as possible was reached in an allday conference of tai Clothiers and said but will have to cusef several days ago that at least j show thereis a community need for mens and boys suits were among j such hoarded A official charged suits had been held recreational QUITS CONTROLLER RACE March Bills announced today his with drawal as a candidate for state con Anotlier strike threat developed in the farm equipment industry where strikes have idled more than including employes of International Harvester 3250 employes of the Oliver Corporation and 7500 i i imitz to ry Doctorates delegates of Commu nists and and Lieuten antGenera Albert com mander of United States forces in Marshall said he expected to con fer for six hours with and to reach the United March He said he would discuss j surplus credits and UJCRAA with President No Attack Planned Before Marshall had a long conference with General Chou Chinese Communist as theSoviet Charge d1 Affaires Niko kai Novikov scheduled an appoint ment with Undersecretary of State Dean Acheson for late be ready deliver Soviet Russians answer to the American protest against retention of Soviet troops in On his last call the state de partment last week he delivered a Soviet protest about a note the United States had sent to a protestwhich accused the United States of violating the Moscow agreement on The Ameri can reply may be made public Failure of AmericanSoviet rela tions to improve promised a hectic aOdacys prior to a major test for the United security council next test whether UNO machin i ery is adequate for mendingdete i riorated Three aiid unlimited expansion strength and her Against Alliance Commeirting upon Churchills ad vocacy fraternal alliance be tween Britain and the United Pravda said j quite openly that this military alliante must be directed against the but the mili tary alliance of two of the partners of the coalition against the third means the endof the coalition of the three great established in the course of the second World Were Churchills ideas put into Pravda it would mean nothing but the Hquida tion of the United Nations T ft Called AntiSoviet The entitled Churchill j Rattles the declared Church ills address should be considered in i ihe light of what it described as his antiSsoviet attitude after the first World Churchill then Pravda marched out of step with he placed himself in the path of historic events that were de and rnade demands to stop or haltthese He was the inciter of the anti and main organizer of the armed intervention against the Soviet Many years have passed since but Churchill remained true to Apparently he has for gotten nothing and learned noth A British foreign office spokesman disclosed dispatch of a note on Man churia to following by sev eral days the American He added that the British government maintained that all factory installa tions in should be left in the custody of the Chinese an Allied decision was made for their The spokesman also said that the Britishcharge daffairs in Moscow had been instructed to press for an early reply to a note demand ing an explanation of Russias fail ure to evacuate Iran hi accordance with a Big Three agreement The United States perviousiy had pro tested to Moscow over the situation in BRITAIN STAND ON SPEECH March March The Senate battle over Pauley moved toward a climax today as Pauley charged his chief Harold with less and inaccurate testimony under The Senate naval affairs commit tee will resume hearings Tuesday on Pauleys nomination to be under It is believed he will ask President Truman to withdraw Jjia nomination as soon as he has an op portunity to reply fully to Ickes charges against Pauley said the former secretary of interior stuck his neck out oncp too often when he accused the f 4 rf Minister Attlee told the House of navy department of waste and inef Commons today Winston Churchill in his speech of 5 had stated very clearly v he spoke for Attlee said the govern Continuecf on Pase Two troUer and said he would seek SAX DIEGa March president of the of an t nounced today that General Bxyight on He was reported to employes of the Case 1 army chief of I have received assurances that the 1 and Admiral Chester chief Communists were planning no attack FLIGHTS TO PARIS of naval will receive the j On the Central News Agency reported heavy Russian troop movements in and the two large Manchurian cities lying north west of The last Soviet siol election for a fifth term as Uoia Hce assigned to the 1 LOS March j honorary degree of doctor of laws man from the Sixtyninth j L Heights strict of San Diego j TWA yesterday daily air at the University March heavy enwiitb Kafivfian Invitations accepted by both mill Harbin Sunday night when service between Lockheed air j t pickets demonstrated in front of a inal and Los tary leaders were issued by Doctor movie theater insupport of demands j Angelesand the French capital has j as president of the urn i I fiirofvvnfln for employment of There i been offered three days a week since and Dr Douglas S was no I last board of Doctor author of the Pulitzer prize winning biography of 1 Robert will present the can The degree will be conferred I by j The ceremony will markthe first time since 1921 that a military leader j has received an degree i from the University of That year Marshal Ferdinand leader of Alliedr forces in Prance in World TSTar received the hon of doctor of DECLINES UNO APPEAL March Government officials said today the United States has declined to join France in presenting the Allied case against Spains Franco government to United Britain also has declined to join with France in the Russia hasaccepted the French He referred to statement tc the comimttee that the navy through negligence had permitted probably barrels of oil to be drained from its Elk Hills naval the charge as a near indictment of the MARINE POINTS CUT March Marines with 40 points become eli1 Pauley recalled that Navy Secretary gifale for discharge is j James Forrestal had replied that the timetable for further slashes in j only barrels had been lost critical scores April 1 to 3S points as a result of failure to drill offset for men and from 16 to 13 for women t marines May 1 to 33 points for S for women 1 28 for 4 for women July 25 for t women Seven i March j get ahead of the nest fellow who Economic Stabilizer Chester Bowles may seem to have some tern declared today that three major 1 9 n Pf f VP stand between the coiintry and f mental tools to do the This dier left IVfukden Some of the Soviet troops moved southward from iiukden to Port Arthur others north ward to 1 Central government and Chinese j Communist spokesmen alike denied that was in progress in but the situations was S tense as the groups jockeyed for conf Nationalist sources claimed there was Communists west of the city who might try to storm to the east and another r to the t n com apS hes in offering to be a guinea in Bikini atoll atomic bomb He should determine the re of raoioacUvity on the greatest flood of consumer goods it has ever Asserting that fear and doubt and blind selfinter est were now serving as production j Bowles expressed confidence that I President Trumans new wageprice policy provides the blueprint to re move those I believe that we can make the plan work and get the allout pro duction needed eventually to lick in he said in a We have no right to that will work automatic Bowles then listed the three major administrative conditions which he said must be The stabilization chiefv means extension of the price control act without crippling amendment retentionof food subsidies to keep food prices from soaring and storation by Congress of recent cuts in vital appropriations the OPA Wage Board and Civil ian Productibii Administration All government agencies in volved the new stabilization gram must streamline their machin ery even further harder to give t j j andif Kills LOS aJarch March The and workers fair and said i L dependent upon restoration of hi in a prerbody of John Cardinal Glennpn lay in today shot and killed state today the chapel of All Hal Deputi Sheriff Fre4 a lows where morethan 60 veteran years of service with the sheriffs r Miss Pearl years agohe studied for the priest hood that took him to the United ai 39yearold States as a missionary for the told authorities the olic A requiem high mass will approached as shVand jbe celebrated Tsraose 3roung son were j On Wednesday a solemn high lulled In a trainauto accident in jirequiexn mass will be celebated at Pasadena last were seated in Cathedral in the prelates an automobile near her March key administration reconversion control agenciesV the OPA and won restoration of funds today from a SenateHouse appropriations con The Senate previously had voted to slash tivo funds approved by the House for operation during the next four months of the Office of Price Ad ministration and the Civilian Produc tion peacetime suc cessor to the War Production r Stfll Needs Approval The conference which noiw must be approved first by the then by the al lows the full voted by March Seven persons remained hospitalized here today out of 30 injured when a Greyhound bus with 37 passengers aboard left a highway Saturday night and overturned after the driver was fatally The John of died at the wheel of a heart the 96 senators additional funds for clerk hire at the rate of a XtVrft JV I VliCtt Cfrt CL Items not in dispute included attackj according to Coroner of loan funds for the Kural j Gardner Highway Patrol Captain i f A t i said the driver had been i involved in ajn argument a few min A K i 1 im i A f beliefs House banking Miss Sattenburg that after Every worker and continued hearings on farmer must want to make it j la tion to extend the price This means a little less selfi another year beyond its June 30 interest a little less scrambling to piration itaing some currencyfrom Guiol the L L home The leaden casket then will be sealed and placed in an oaken coffin for the trip to then shot hen Guiol reached J by the The Senate had cut this roll call OPAV The House had the Senate cut thisjtp are included in an Electrification Administration and for the Office of Defense Despite the conference key members said it is now certain the House will vote to trim OPAs M These legislators declared that a sizable majority will support continu ance of the price control agency be yond its June 30 expiration they told pressures against present OPA policy have mounted so both out of that there is no doubt sev eral modifications will be has called for utes previously with a motorist who had zigzagged his car in the path of the GAME KILLS the inshdt when Gutol reached toj Funeral rites will be in ward tfce srlove 1 Iouis urgent deficiency bill supplying j money for the rest of the current fiscal wiiich ends June For Clerk Hire Hpusje conferees agreed to a ate would allow each of extension of withnit Host of the law makers to put emphasis on rather holding fast to tlie price Other they will in clude a switch of some control au thority to agencies specifically con cerned with certain such as the agriculture department for food L f March uty Sheriff Pritchard told the story of how Bobby Adams and two other 14yearold school boys went huntingaad decided to play war becaase there were no birds around A rifle ballet struck Bobby in the Head and Jailed Pritclmrd Pritchard said shots were at a leree elected was behind the but that raised i FT M I i I I t n L 1 I V t J l rf i   

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