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   Hutchinson News Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1945, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Weather Just Right THE HUTCHINSON NEWSHERALD Final Edition LXXIV 3 JULY 1945 SINGLE Sc Reno Wheat Yields Show Wide Range Yields as spoiled as the July 4 rnlns continued to be the rule A Regular John Arkansas City walking down the heard a familiar clink and saw a dime roll on the He picked It up and hnnded It lo a woman with a re mark about her having lost A few minutes he spotted another dime and handed it to a The third time it throughout Reno us the happened he became suspicious whqat harvest passed the halfwnvi paucd j I no dimes he had been glvI mark lng aWHy werc lis owrli uc proyec A county wide survey completj hnd a hole in his cd lale Thursday by Farm Don Ingle showed the pcrJ acre rnnge running from 7 and i bushels lo as much as 45 and 50 Ihc lultcr for ho sensa tional new Comnnchc and Wichita Slorm damage in Ihc western end of tlie county again was found School Outlay For New Year To Be Greater A proposed school budget which provides for lolal expenditures of an increase of last was ap No Obligatto New Sponsors of a pop concert to night in the Yale bowl have promised there wont be a sin gle mosquito in the Obtaining the services of a Coast Guard Helicopter they sprayed the bowl and 80 acres around it with Morgenthau Stays Until After Berlin A total tax levy of mills may be necessary this year for the Admittedly interspersed wilh what Ihe board called safety1 factors and providing for salary increases lo supervisors and maintenance employees of Small Gain In City But County Loses i The population of Hutchinson Another Air Force Hits Jap Islands San Francisco Unit ed Slates Is planes against the Japanese Radio Tokyo said To fuel these the broadcast Allied forces seized the great oil center In Dutch With Borneo oil tank ers will be available to haul 10 limes as much fuel because of the shorter DischargeRacketeering Bared By Investigation Washington Henry Mor HUH Manila Fiflh air force Ihe school the budget to in the spnng ot planes newly moved from the eris the statulory limit of year lo chalk up an increascjPhilippines to Okinawa are strik iof 333 over but the countylns il was disclosed ceo to be Ibis lime from scmilornadlc winds of Wcdnos i Public hearing on the budget n i day night which broke off the will slep down aswiu bo hcld at 730 July 23as a whole showed a medium plant just above ground of the treasury Ihc junior college according lo and marine and expendfigures released Friday by Counnary aircraft already hilling the enemy home iMi George ne v President Truman returns from To meet all proposed porters yesterday he has a man and shipped five cars of wheat Thursday had four addi1 tional cars spotted and had sev eral promises Friday on the other hadnt shipped a single car of wheat and the stations were Most farmers in the southern half ot the county will complclc Iheir harvest by Saturday Yields in the southeast quarter are Southeast of Part ridge the harvest runs to cx with considerable 7 and 81 bushel fields culling down Ihe j In the norlhwest corner of Ihe counly much of Ihe combining was of patchwork Some Heavy Showers Sixteen miles west of I inson the Wednesday night rains I were much heavier than in other Combines were idlcj Thursday along a strip adjacent lo K14 From Langdonj south and west half an inch of rain Almost as if a Henry Morrenthau cloud dropped its water load in a in mind for his sixth cabinet lnc budgct declines in rural which cover anticipated is an ad While the lowns of against the main islands ot and the Ryukyus vjta rail transport in Ko ditional 2mill levy which willirrctly Prairie Turon and raise approximately were listed as having Muslangs Of the nually toward a postwar school only group hit six placos building and improvement option Kyushu on within plans are now being Walnut and of at their new for postwar improvements extownships showed alr forcc bascs on peeled to exceed in other 23 townships Kcnney disclosed the strike with schoois alone i Total population of all towns thjs promisc Board members explained theand cities was m is just lhe We wiu i i i U Tfl 1 fiC in 1 i can be compared wilh in Wcontinue lo hammer Japan until j ithe public but il cannotiThis years population of rural she accepts unconditional sur increased over lhe publishcditownship areas was 14 121 as They also pointed outlasted with last slambang entry of the Fifth regardless of amount Comparisons of 194j and forcc lound these air units al Large Sums Paid To Get Out Of Army Exist ence of a organized racket whereby soldiers obtained fraudulent medical discharges and transfers from hot outfits due for combat duly was an nounced today by the First ait Fee for discharges was severa Ihousand and somewhat less for transfer to secure branches of the the air force public relations office said in announcing results ot an inves tigation begun last April into ir rcgularilies at Mitchell field The announcement did not give wields np number of men who had ob jtaincd the fake bujr said most of them were from unila in distant parls of the a good united stales and nol connected s he made wjlh FOXHOLE Conrow his pick and offers the gcstlon lo other veterans that its a good Con row say 000 tnlnlnir told In the six Arranged Deals months since his discharge from the He on an unusual splitcheck d lease certain unscrupulous civilians in he does the split cannot spendpopulation figures receive the board money it doesnt Ahhyvl But if Ihe revenue exceeds thOiAriinft lamount budgeted for excess cannot be even j though emergencies jLook To Emergencies i Included in the proposed out jlay are a number of if and which NUktrsnn pnrtrldKe Plevna Pretty Pn South couole of sections a district bul hc wouldnl sayient upon wartime who War Mobilizer Fredj Among these is a fund utch Hutchinson 605 642 138 Briil 203 99 SSS 907 I ready engaged in the same cam 20th air based in the Marianas and commanded by Curtis newlypromoted from commander of the 21st bomber Jap Hospital Ship Permitted To Pass i d bo By tclf Erlckson Guam Japanese hospital ship evacuated 074 wounded and marine Aircraft Wing Corsair sick Japanese soldiers and sailors from Wake island with the per Evidence the air work They I These civilians passed soldiers Ion to military members of the j conspiracy at Mitchell who then effected completion of the fraudulent the air force The cunningly planned and operated conspiracy arranged to avoid the statement by mixing the fraudu lent discharges in with the con stanl flow of legilimale ones ob tained by wounded veterans flown here for processing and cral miles south of Partridge had more than an inch while other school election cx Vinson topped a long list ofjlabeled farms three lenrti in cet as much is i vorinklp Truman announced accept We dont know whether 8 A shower Sim the CCCUOn Wi i low area at 4 Ingle placed the yield for the western edge of the county at 7 to bushels per By Henry anotherheld by the city or the Bill ance of Morgcnthaus morcd resignation at headlinecatching neVs said President cnce at whioh he also but unless we set up lhat jfund anticipating one we may notjcrove Supreme Court Justice Owen able to proceed if the farmer m heiRobcts will retire July jtunity presents It Joe communtv harvested1 He docs not expect to accept the I 500 was earmarked inn resignation of Secretary of the Infor purchase of land and anifanRdoti mot e inan iuu acres 01 icnrnflrQ t t i j i MM n Lincoln which averaged 27 bushels while whov Iact ls going additional for mver Holtjes 16 acres of certified Paw nee averaged 3T KSilGuardja of New York permission a relatively small but Ihc to Vls france a pclf al misMostly Salary Boosts big influx from the western as an agent of the govl tory hasn t Fine Milling Hlieat 10 England soon to renegotiate anof new Both cases 011 treaty with the admitted paddings and He gave Mayor Fiorcllo Lalsincc no land purchase is Inmi na llfno Exceptional protein content from the GrantStantonHamilton county sector continued to be the ia pay boost to He appointed Edward Godwin tomonthly of Maine at assistant for custodians account for tsiry of and elevated Jessemorelhan ot the Donaldson to first assistantincrease over a year postmaster The superintendcnls salary is Walnut i Wratmlnsler rule and some wonderful The Big Three meeting from to quality whent i arriving take place in about three ithat of the clerktreasurer from Rain was falling in Dodge City Flom now until Trumans to and Garden City Friday rcturn MorSenthau will hover in 241 270 3S3 HH 265 207 fl02 300 109 217 275 265 211 S71 284 A19 281 3S7 353 233 MU 231 026 Suspicion of irregularity first fighters and Avenger torpedj mission of the United States Pacific fleet headquarlers anbegan when it was discovered planes of the tactical air forcejnounccd h bascd on Okinawa Fleet Air Wings One and Privateers and seaplanes based in Tlie incident was unprecedented in the Pacific Chester Nimitz reported that the enemy ship was slop that several enlisted men had ob tained fraudulent extensions of their the First air forct adding the Okinawa area and ped and searched by an American deslroyer as it approached and i False official messages had Army Seventh fighler command as il left Wake where marines hcld out gallantlyjbecn sent to homa slations MustanGs based Iwo Jima L f these men advising their organi niuhidngs uu iwo car unt overrun by overwhelming numbers of Mini mpn To this hncuri soon is to oe J zation inai me men 1 ir Lina linCUI la tu added the army Eighth force ofjncse assault European under JJJUames which is to 277 The slrategic air the Eighth and the have been 242jplaced under command of IMS Carl whose strategic forces delivered the long 277jrange aerial knockout blow to si2German 2js Tllele has been no announcc JSTment concerning Kcnneys 13th Without wailing for Demand Reclaim Arms From Europe American boarding parties were There was no that any of The stalcment said two oMicera and several men who allegedly island mijcs southeast obtained the false discharges are of Nipponese medical ofbeing held in confinement at ficers estimated 15 per cent ofjMilchell The officers were these survive lhe medical men hut were at lo Fifteen per cent oC theInched to the hospital Washington W The senate war rescued cmy garrison taken off I No names were made pubjic by now supporting Borneo investigationcommittee today sufrcrmS from the First air which said its 1 s l coinmiucc loony oe wcre investignlion still was not com manded prompt recovery o lenrii The evacuation presumably Cottrl martial proceedings found that the bulk of the 074 men underwent hospital taken off Wake Island were fering from testifyNo Given ing to the effectiveness of the long American air and sea blockade of Ihc treat 377Jor for completion of the planncdicasc arms from European Allicsimoved most of the Japanese garjwill be held it use in the Pacific jrison anrl was a virtual admission So the statement miles of runways on Ol the air forces already within A report based on an overseas ithal American forces could is no evidence to subslan Qrand totals reports lo grain men a strange barring quick Although the harvest might be fcnatc passage of houseapproved changing the order ot Instructors received increases as follows Total salaries of supervisors from to salaries of said not to have started In west elevators are full and wheat is being piled on the Not all Ihe old wheat has been moved out of the southwest and no r5 m ne fm ne to making an over have reached numerous slalions fle1 Secretary of presidential al1 principals from to though his resignation has beenjsalarics of teachers from the treasury chief conto and clerical hire from1 Want Costs Kept Secret of Japan werc poundinginvestigation by a subcommitteewke nnv llmc lhcv I3 rumors of favoritism by steadily in a war of attrijheaded by Senator Kilfioro Dl n one of the most in command and WVa said nothing hasbeenilltlmanc Jncidents of Pacificjthe complex pattern of manipu The Fifth air force fighters hitidone along this line nor towardwarlne U sS destroyer Murilnlions evidently was handled by the Kyushu cities of captured German nly stopped and in lower searched the Japanese hospital The First air force announce Iship Takasago Maru about 300imenl was in lhe form of a slate Chiran and Omurajarnis against the and sank three enemy float planes The committee believes that all in the northern Kyushu harbor ofjsources of supply for the Pacific Those were the only i war should be exploited lo the miles north of Wake imcnt to the press and was accom The Murrays commander repunier by a note signed by all this Bradley Nomination Is Sent To Senate planes they sighted in the report thal a parly air corps pub State all outlayof as against1 Washington Auto Indus1 twohour sweep over that existing stocks of the lie relations last James Rumors have come up wilh I Pay of school cusloriians would cost figures amazing persisience for be hiked from last year secret i a even years that Morgenthau P g a would leave the Yes terday he went to see Tru try tradition which keeps eachthough antiaircraft fire was mod his first erate to The veteran 35th fishier to 685 this a net increase Ol n Then he wrote out his res Washington mentioning his associa man Friday formally nominatedjtion General Omar veterans adminis milled his name The chief exe a monlh ago lhat he liad chosen high of Maintenance Costs Up led by Co1 Edwin A oieaptured enemy ments and supplies should drawn upon first where and certainly they should here noisiblc ijapancse commanding if Kllinninn Tn KallOHlng lO Be new passenger car price has been overseas Noting that legal title to lend it was learned toGuine The perhaps the most 42 and active Wake to risons sick and j The Nipponese officer said his Bradley lo succeed Frank Mines as head of Ihe The president asked him to stay at the ends of Cowans from be strengthened and rranK limes as ncaa 01 me unti he Veterans General when lo the extent of Bradley now is in Europe but helmnn gn cxpianaiion of thelore these stands will be safe an industrywide price increase levels should be al man for an explanation ui in mshmeresignation he said Morgenthaufootball crowds this ton late in the Cost of insurance will lover 1942 for1 On Thursday nearly 100 langs of the Seventh tighter mand from Iwo Jima rai fields in the Tokyo area second consecutive day without air opposition and strafed docks and warehouses in Tokyo from New lease materials rests with the V Ottawa ff Canada will re Philippines united Slates and that would at Wake fr aUune rationing of meat lendlease agreements nours and then Proceed toiprime Mlnistefcr Mackenzie King 100 Musiprovide for their the comi S A lannounced Meat has not liter comimitlee said failure lo acl constii American commander rati0ned here since March aided pirjmies a lack of vigor and OSPIUU snip to jS44 EH for the tion to otir j The government will establish y without The report viewed the comprehensive conlrol of Hnrks wKdaugO wlRl U tiijain The report viewed the situation as one of extreme urgency serious stiying it boosting war costs and reconversion by causing manu facture of items identical The Weather mnly wanicn 10 Mt u n As for the next I from budgcled e his with a Washington officials were disiyear to Under cussing these possibilities today lhals the most closely slrikc rrom nformatmn m the San Frandsco hunlthose now idle in the hands of be no manufacturer willing to dred and American fighler tliese Irt hie n it on J north o W ke an i in order that aup King saltl this step would put c prices board Canadian OPA in a position to alanip out black fair this tonight and Saturday except local thundershowers ex treme moderate tempera tures high Saturday upper 70s extreme west and 85 central and east local thundershowers partly cloudy east Sun Forecast for July 610 and thun der storms generally Monday precipitation llfht In extreme western portion slowly rlslni Saturday and Sunday cooler Tuesday tem peratures will average near or sllrhUy below Little Man Likes Food and bomber planes striking from the committee there After this visit mid the carried on boilers the school j Opposed to i board gets the services of petent engineers who make tailed inspections of the high Allanla jusl an ordiPressure healing units in theihave i bnilriinns In he be lnterest costs wiu be be just a little under jrom to Th weighs only 140 and is slightly 145 79 alyzi Jess than average in More For Retirement i manufacturing but they sance by bad Tokyo But doctors cant figure gut an increase isicontwant it pooled for a com Thus far OPA has refused lo Honeymoon put it a gargantuan ap i For heres a breakfast thats the common thing for this present warm from it is later of this figure was whilccomment on ceiling negotiations the estimate for the ensuing yearbeyond saying that it plans a for sovernment would encourage where he had been a pa Russia to conlinue manufacturing tient since last governments for all Physicians attending the 13 fhe United States and Great yearold former secretary said is placed at mal meeting soon with the for curriculum Other inew supplementary activity fundsbe an industry Dont let the you quarts of shopping days unlil iPleces a quart of coffee for summer school musicsess Hutchinson Weather a a large for educational con leal jferences for a visiting A item is being Officials of the r curriculum Other would not state whether il George will babying of a young has n a oneroom trappers cabin on a rived m the United States Report High Thursday low Friday at Year ago low I Allpart fammiliilnlliiiu HUKoal 12131 so hc he ate a pound turkey at one out His favorite meat is pork chops and he says hes eaten as many as 36 at one Physicians who have the litlle guy with the big appetite under observation at the McPherson station hospital says his stomach Is a little larger than leacher attendance worker and for cost of employing a school be published in the NewsHerald i for the market before price ta IBald she will go swimming i The detailed budget figures Montana etreiims in a threeyear1 Theelder former flrsllKclax Il and July Tornado Seven Rising a price level for new thej is agreed that inust be higher than those of 1042 compensate for increased labor thesc moethan a toi commission where Albert Qn maritime service not braskas Fourth of July tornado and materials claimed its seventh life fod may bo She was the thirddaughter they are not Salvatod says his prodigious appetite came upon him about 12 yean ion Nickel became a dollar here yesterday Paris wlien Mary of and Richard announced he has became lhe bride of a marine jiinri qi ivennein a n ident Truman to viait Washiogj just returned from three Uon next j service o New 19yearold submarine veteran of the was shot Washington It soon will to death June said he dirt milbe possible to buy a truck without know specifically from what VirWashington saying it b all mia post his Beginning August ODT dis The 24yearold will have authority lo ol lielrt in the county jail at Bridgetissue rationing ccitificates for i in lieu of bonds new and medium incc the asked her hus But applications for heavy trucks years Iband lo Come home at inistiH must come to WashWton tor cablegram last approval Intercepted EMPKROR HlROHIiO IMPERIAL JAPAN fJear Mikado When you see Spaatz before your it1 the ot the   

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