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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? The deiiel youih, a foiwer Stan- (Continued on Page -1) Courageous Speech (Editorial) a great deal of courage for President Trumon lo 'tp congress and the people ol the nation his advo- niversai training for every young man. While con- swampod with demands that no more youug men bo Ino President risked his political futuro lo present a military program. greatest danger to the peace of tho wotld and par- to our own nation is the apalhetic attitude eUr pttopla 'ing toward world affaire. It may bo a natural letdown strain o( war. But it is in unwise as a general would (Continued on Pane 3-1) Hang War Guilty, MacArthur Colored Star Signed To Play Class AA foil NEW VOHK, Ovt,
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. Ainli-il II Ihfl mm.) 10 i Ins Pnclfk By PAT IIOMfSSON" SlnK Com- Oct. 23. .iM) man frmn Rri.'niM' din- It unl.iwlul to nr "wtiiiw" fur drlnltlnjf jnVN hours and lo consume llouor or I low n 10 coiiBumcd In plan's, tiirnms-ahiMii I Anoihf'r i that ili'jnklnK on public stl'tvts, Injianivs alleys and on which; Siiii'o VK day ihc nrmy I (Continued oh Page 'J) I IMgo he belli'Ws should not be consid- ered us prisoners of wnr. A close friend of the supremo commander, who use of his name, mid News I j service MacArthur bolifvos slwio1 i ing is a soldier's death. Tin- rope I the fate of murderers, rnpisis mid I (war criminals. I SA.V ntAXriwn, Oft. as, (INS) 't'ho Urn. term unmit nf i MarArilitir's friend made K plain to return In llw United frmn Mimh that ihi'-fjom'ral iloes not consider piuliu-il liltiffly altimt ninitliluiK ntwanl tlH- army WACS Home Bitter Over Conditions on Transport (Continued on PnBa Weafher IjMti'h Mnl vlHnll.v, prnlly flrtir I'M-.'JII 4'rtrtv >HK lOiiiie IIIK HWIMT i nvr-irrowded, vontltotetl and tun., hut fullliii: humWIty. I meals wern inferior. wtilrli hnmtlit, thffm lo Tlie WAC oflic'-rs and womt-n, sonio of whom many monlho Just. Milmt Irani liivs an Islamls tit Ihf! Parific, Mtlil Ihoir lha JCvanRcllw, was tiniM under whlirh than (iiW women I'H "Minitk An .-irmy sjwltesnmw f'fifiA 4)
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