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   Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1943, Delphos, Ohio                                Telegraphic Newt BY United Press DAILY HERALD quite so coli night and Saturday Oc casional showers in PRICE THREE CENTS FRIDAY JULY TROOPS PUSHING TOWARD JAP BASE OPA Increases Point BFECTBEON I Meats Book Joint Investigated Gliders Now Added to Weapons Ready for Invasion OIHce of Price Administration Food Shortage Home by Increasing Value Some Canned Vegetables In cluded in By EULALIE McDOWELL July 2 UP The Office of Price Administration today brought the shoitage home to the public by increasing values of alii meat except Some canned vegetables also were This means civilians will have to reduce their purchases of ttoese ra tioned c EJflective point values of lamb and mutton up one or two points a YaJUefc of canned fresh shelled heana and green or wax beans will go but values of canned and tomatoes and of five bottled fruits will go Officials conceded that the UBAV Point value to be effective through add up to one thing rationed food for the civil The changes come time when many congressmen food industry spokesmen are warning that the nation faces seri ojis shortages in supplies of many Especially regarding they are blamingladmliiJstra tion said beef supplies available to civilians during July are ex pected to be the smallest since rationing Whlile there lias been soine swing laway from beef toward pork and oilier types of meats during the OPA explained that the dismal supply picture for July leaves no alternative to discourage beef consumption even The rise in meat ration values is one point for all cuts of lamb and except blade rib beef roast standing teninch cut and blade rib beef roast standing 7inch These are increased by two The increases in beef point come on top of increases of one to three points a pound in OPA estimated that 28 per cent of all beef production will go to fche armed lendlease and other government iThe only meat whose value does not go up Sunday is Officials explained that while they expect the supply to be less than there still should be enough pork available this month to permit maintenance of present point val dnly meat cuts which were re duced in vaflue in the new tables three fatty pork backs and clear jowls amd all of which may be used as lard Their value was cut one point a ag was the value of The cuts in value of canned beans and of three tomato products ranged from eigilit to three But were more than offset by the one to four ipoint advance in Vajijes of other canned items and a sevenpoint 13 to 20 the value of the stand aid sized1 containers of tomato cat BUP and chili Values of all canned fish went four points to except canned Their valuei was advanced only two Officials explained that under the present eightpoint value for canned demand has been considerably greater than Process butter appears on the official chart ifor the first with la value of four Regular butter remains unchanged eight Sold principally in the south process known as or reworked butter rfwas from regular but ter classification and given a low point value to increase its use and XContinued on Last July 2 ant States Attorney Wilbur who olraigeg that the po avoid investigating gambling asked Police Com missioner James Allman for an investigation of an alleged hand book at 118 Michigan After several months Crowley de manded a It was forthcom ing today from Sure it was a book All man A big The addi ess you wanted investigated is the Chicago public ST DRAFT Will not be Drafted Before Septem ber 1 at Earljest Draft Boards Get Advance Notices for August Call which Specifies No Bona Fide Father are to be July 2 will not be drafted before 1 at the it was In its advance notice to local draitt boards for the August state Selective Service headquar ters specified that bona fide fathers still are not subject to The notice called attention to a national directive issued last April which stipulates that fathers are not to be called until their induc tion is ordered by National Draft Director Lewis State draft officials said a bona fide father was one maintaining a genuine family relationship with iai child born belore Children born after that date are not a basis for A wife no longer entitles a man to a 3a DiaLt regulations provide that volunteers must be accented first by local followed in order by mien without men with collateral dependents men with wives who were married be fore Most local boards will be able to fill their August quotas from these draft officials Wage Increase May Be Possible July 2 UP A wage increase for non operating railway employes today appeared to be still possible under Economic Director Fred Vin sons opinion disavowing a general eightcent an hour In an handed down last Vinson said he had disap the eightcent increase be cause it was basted on alleged gross inequalities asi shown by a compar ison of railway rates with wages in other Such compar ison was held to be irrelevant un der the hold the line Allied Bombers Raid Sardinia Allied North Afri July 2 switching their offensive back to pounded the barracks and railway station at Cagliari Wed nesday a communique an An Italian said Allied bombers raided last night for the second time in a little more than 12 Among numerous buildings dam aged was a royal the com munique Air activity in daylight yester was confined to dur ing which four enemy aircraft were shot the communique All Allied planes returned safely to their PLANNERS OF THE INVASION OF EUROPE now have another weapon in their For months the Army has been training men and building gliders for this Now the capable of transporting field artillery oria complement of 15 men are and the troopsjthemselvea are prepared to drop in for an unexpected call on any part of Axisoccupied Glider troops are pictured boarding their while they are as they would appear to the defenders of an enemy airfield under attack by these newest Official United States Army Air Corps International SENTENCE Of DEATH CHA President Roosevelt Commutes Death Sentence to Life Imprison ment Max Traitor to Adopted Near Breaking Polnt When Information is Re ceived at Michigan By JOSEPH MYLER July 2 UP Max j a traitor to his adopted didnt but by his own adlmission he died a hundred deaths from fear on a gib bet thjat never was Before President Roosevelt late yesterday comimuted his death sen tence for treason to life imprison the traitorous Max gave way to blood watering ter He had boasted after his convic tion in Detroit federal court a year ago that Germany will not let me His ties with the German American members thought they could be Nazi super were and he be lieved the Goebbels garbage which had been his intellectual But by yesterday when the shadows were lengthen ing oni the floor of his foot cell at the federal correctional institution Staphan had long sinceceased to that tllne Germany he had sought to serve possessed the power to save he placed hip last hope of salvation on the mercy oC the president of the decadent democracy for in the of his Milblooded1 ar he had nothing but con At little more than eight Ihours before he was scheduled to hang because he tried to help an escaped Nazi bomber pilot back to the learned that his apipeal for mercy had been Cecil Shuttleworth and Nicholas entered the traitors nothing is going to hap Salowich What you mean the trembling prisoner Your sentence has been com the attorney Sbephan went slackjawed and turned to Shuttleworth for con the warden I just got the The president has ruled that you are not to be Your sentence has been commuted to life the role of Nazi supor a dim swaycd forward amd grasuedi the wardens He smothered it with He shook it His eyes He sank down on his ceil chair and When the storm of emotion had rose shakily to his lie said Thank In announcing the the White iHJouse in Washington said President Roosevelt was moti vated by the fact Jlrat the plot to free Oberlieuteuant Huns peter Krug of the German air liorce had not been maturely initiated by His a White House statement was not part of a preconceived His treason bore something of a parallel to in the second degree or manslaugh ter in the first Stephan will go to prison for and the president hopes that no one of his successors will com mute tlrat the statement a native of bombblast ed Cologne in the German JUhine was naturalized in Detroit eight years He opoiatecl a res taurant which was a meetingplace the Burud and other disloyal When captured after be ing shot down over the English escaped from a Canadian prison camp in and made his way to Stophau supplied himi with liquor and Then gave him money and ia bus ticket to speed on his way to the But Krug wasi recaptured in Sail ultimately gave testimony which damned his erst while Congressional Failure to Complete Bills Cause of Trouble Funds of 18 War Agencies Being Held By JOHN CUTTER July 2 UP Congressional ilailure to complete action on 1944 appropriation bills was reflected today in the short ptiy checks of thousands of government The only break in the deadlock upholding funds Tor IS war agen four departments aiiidl Presi dent Roosevelts own emergency fund was seriatehouse conference agreement to cut seriate figures for the Offices of Price Administration and War A congressional summer recess until midSeptember abandoned until next First to feel the effects of tiipproiiruiUou delay were employes of the War Production the Ollice of War Lcnd Lease and lilne cen tral administrative the dleiuWock is broken within the next the paychecks every other newlycreated war agency will be iu jeopardy in the event oil a lengthy deadlock are the paychecks of employes in such old line government oilices as the ogH interior and labor depart ments and the 1odcrul security Coal Problem Is Improved Operations in the nations coal fields continued to improve today with the return to work of addi tional who gradually ending tilueir strike which this week allone cost tons of enough for GO Although approximately of soft coal miners out of the the backtowork in creased in both Alabama and the anthracite field of northeastern More than half of the huid coal diggers were back on the job and the number of strikers in Alabama was reported at lesa than of the states Uuitejdl Mine Proposes New Plan For Food July 2 UP George ex pecting a presidential veto of his bill outlawing the OPAs rollback subsidy today proposed as a substitute revival of the food stamp plan to protect low income groups against high iood Aiken said his plan was an ad vance answer to Roosevelts ex pected if ho vetoes the antisubsidy that opponents of subsidies have no better The president has said several that he opponents alternative way of in but tlrat they iiact not produced President Signs 1944 Army Bill July 2 UP President Roosevelt today signed the record breaking 700 army appropriation bill for the 1944 fiscal including funds for acquisition of new air Ohio May Get Metal License July 2 mjetal license peV auto be made available to Oiinio motorists next The War Production Board was expected to inform state license ofiiclals next week whether metal will be available for license iGeorge Bureau of Motor Vehicles said this week that Ohio motorists may re ceive nonmetallic if metal is not madia available for one tag per Motor vehicle officials have agreed that the windshield stick ers have not been feasible this They are hard to see and fall to stick in many To Be Problem NEW Juiy 2 UP bus and air line terminals were jammed with Fourth of July wookend travelers Trans portation officials predicted the ex odus in the metropolitan area would break all the Office of Defense Transportation to the public to stay at Engel Makes Charges WASHINGTON juiy 2 UP Albert J re ported to the house today that 48 corporations war contracts have made excessive profits by figuring theirtaxes as a part of the cost of production which is by the During the last two he these companies have paid in taxes out of Un cle Sams Arthur former liaison officer with the Fifth Service Army has been appointed act ing regional director of the Cleve land Office of Civilian James civilian defense announced One Hundred and One Japanese1 Planes Shot Dowti in First 36 Hours of Solomons Attack lied Aircraft and AntiAircraft Guns Twart Desperate Attempt of Enemy to Regain By BRYDON TAVE3 Allied July 2 troops pushed northwestward through the jungle fastness of New Georgia Island to ward tire Japanese air base at Munda today while mounted across the channel on newlycaptured Rendova joined bombers in a Hurricane bom bardment of enemy One hundred and one Japanese planes were shot down in the first 36 hourg of the Solomons attack Allied aircraft and antiaircraft guns thwarteid desperate counter attacks by enemy highlevel bomb torpedo bombers and Douglas MacAr thurs headquarters Sev enteen Allied planes were The enemy air base at Munda was believed already neutralized hy laroundtheclock but 30 milesi still lay between it and American army combat units and marines who seized Viru New Georgias only in hard fighting and1 then began con solidating their Washington sources estimated the strength of Japanese forces in the central Solomons at troops with another to 000 the area of New where coordinated at tacks are under forces also were press advantage at other new w along a front fin nearly 700 miles to the west an offensive win bases for an allout assault New IPin base in the enemys south Pi cific A spokesman for who is in supreme command of the coordinate said that the Nassau bay landings were complet ed without though some landing craft wtre damaged br storing and heavy American mean continued their unopposed landings on the Trobriand and Woodlark islands to the which are expected to provide advance ail bases for an intensified air assault on some 300 miles to the as a prelude to possible in Rabaul alreadty was under heavy air attack as Allied planes kept iij their raids designed to neutralize the basie and prevent reinforcement of Japanese forces resisting the American landings to the liquor Held By Officials July 2 state liquor which has Impounded oases of outof state today continued check ing state and federal laws for pos sible Liquor Director Don Fisher said the liquor will not be until each purchaser has been re funded the amount The shipment was seized after it was discovered that Columbus per mit holders paid per case in excess of ceiDing Surrenders To Akron Police y July 2 ente di sought iix the slaying of a Goodirich surrendered to police last The slaying i occurred Tuesday when Di Graninierino met his es tranged she left work at the Goodriohj He demand ed that she return to Thenhe whipped out a gun to threaten her and shot stranger to who was Police said Di Granimerino ff1 he was aimjing at his   

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