Long Beach Independent, October 24, 1945

Long Beach Independent

October 24, 1945

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Issue date: Wednesday, October 24, 1945

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Long Beach Independent (Newspaper) - October 24, 1945, Long Beach, California Opposed to itary Merger Million GIs to Sail By July 1 S. ACTS TO AVERT DUSTRY DEADLOCK ers In Says Chief 'ON, del. 23. (INS) Ernest J, King told military attain com- "there an pout- in a single com- at the highest military lewfimd urged continuance pfjbe.jiment distinct army proponents; of tm Merger! are Ilj Juki live proiMfied Ue'ttlUttry commander would the 'man on horse- I'World war II victories, I proponents of the plan the srnvy, navy lirel air lit tingle department of now assert that mlHlary orEanlxallon Is "so buWy kjeffectlvc and deficient IWtit'BKBt be recast immediate- ly.; i He added that they suggest this "by the method of sssum- inrtbi answer, and then, It seems, wontfat out the problem back- V MM "cannot bring Pwje 4) Navy Study by Towers 1 Ocl- 23. ____ John H. Towers, com of'Igrrwd carrier task force uried In a CBS broadcast to- Impartial board of con- wfwwwn, civilians and service pcr- the 'current con-! Vol. 8-No. 49 Long Beach 2, California Wednesday, Octobaf ASKS YEAR OF YOUTH TRAINING Quisling Executed, Oslo Radio Reports LONDON', Out. (Weditw- (INS) Exehiwte telegraph quoted the radio u report- tnic puppet-premier Vlilknn Quisling executed in. tixtn.y. arch Xorwejlun Irnllor kMl been t'OnJwnnwl to ille by court hln re- ceHtly Uirnwl down by Xonvefilftn cauri. Qufnltitif, HWtie beoMtM ft u'urtdH'htA ftynonym uf jtmtiee, enm- ha WM In an cell- oxei ft merger or roor- CMnitlonof the armed forces. Towers declared any re- JgMlwWon must l.ako Into con-! nttoii the fact .that "oWgreat! applied In a multiludc ignmst n muHltucte (if oil-' V--T was largely responsible the war." The mvy fliinnm recailerl Ihat] ow arBimicnl: over a separate setllctl In 1925 by a ggaemially npiioiiUcd board of Wwnmcn, civilians nnd service uncln the chairmanship Morrow. nontlmied: -bolicvc any officer who has position during mutt iccosnlM many dc- In our present oi-Kiinfen- W-Wit unfotlunalely there are on Page Young Scion Slain In Rooming House SAN FRANCISCO, Oet. '-'3. (INS) Mystery tonight sur- rounded the death of navy Ens. Peter O. Kregc, handsome Ut- year-old son of a socially promi- nent San Francisco physician, found dead from slab wounds In n Fnlsom street rooming house. Under arrest on charge of WASMNGTON, Oct. 23. (ENS) Preiidtnt Truman asicid con- groM loday lo order univenal military (raining for It, 13 and 20-year-old men to guard America'! security in an era of lightning speed war and to help keep world peace. The Prcsiili'iit, in a porKonally delivered message 10 a joint ses- sion of the senate and house, xvarncd that ihe United States "novel1 could count on'the "luxury-of-lime" In which to arm. Mr, Truman the na- tion's youth bo required to trnln one your for war In lime of pence. In hi.4 first capltol hill In beli.-ilf of legislnllon he tool? office. "Jn nny future wor, the hcurl (Continued on Page 2) Features Index Art 18-19 FIMI I.Ue RdUnriul J 1'r.nntm Itntlln l.ntf Nortel? SKI. l.wi JtuMrtn... StellH....................., T0U-I1 Allwrl. U'man....... Ill 1 H 14 H fleer cntorcd his room curly to-[ rtny nnd that he sWIAcd him wKh' paring knife. t paring KIIHC. j But what puzzled was: What circumstances led Inio Hie south of Market rooming house in the i-arly hours of the morning? 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On Hie ws of a sii-Jlts bnlloi. in Gotieral Motors Corp., plows more ihim odmiiitemittm lo urg nrrlw Wild the Mmnrrhn ho hit .510 In tOO City Moves to Halt 'Hip Flask'Parties Recommendations of Police ChW Al P.- Slalght for tiRhletttei? up liquor control beyond the provl of ilghi. ivln on In WojililhgioH, ihw hlgliHghiiHl labor luit-: .F 1. Henry the 1-oitl Maioj- Sea-Mary oC I.8boi> cb. The iviamod or en 1 10 the hy nost July 3, That flpuiv, ih? nrotoutitwwnt tar ocfitpallonnl sin) ssrrismi in ilw Pacific, S In the ICwojirsn Miii'sn nrwwi nnd In inelmting the Oiiw! 8 port back to ihc rouiirlt Vt-Wsv. 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