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   Findlay Republican Courier (Newspaper) - June 28, 1945, Findlay, Ohio                                 IO IfÄtl  WNUTC PUint  Si-sri-rw:  ^ ^tpMitm'-émtitv  THE WEATK0I  KMTHYEAR  FINDUY, OHIO, THUKSDAY MOmniia. JUNE 2Ì11S4S  PMK roui Cüfi  RETRAINING AREAS IN V.S. FOR RETURNING VETS  (Inuniatíoiial)  ranuiKiifo 1  la  kmtm ìkàt  M r«dc9lo]raeBt pt^mm, Mnumêâ mmd álft-  at imtn of theM éStkAom win anrlv« witlte tk* Mmt ñf weeks.  STEÏÏINIUS RESIGNS POST  ALL OF LUZON LIBERATED  Japs Say Kume Island Invaded  (By The jUioclatéd Presi) Liberation of all of Luaon, main island of the Philip-pinaa, waa pitx^laimed Thursday by Gen. Douglas MacAr-thur.  . A hrndqumrUfM eommuni^iia, reportiiif complete Amnricaa coa^uest in 18 days ef the SOe-mile loag Ca-gayaa vaHey of BordMaat Liumi aaM the northm Lu-M campéifB waa ^ most iayèft aai bitteriy fought in AmerlcaB history.** Tho campalgn. General MacAr* th«r «edanìi, waa ceayy to the Japanote—119^ ce«Bte4 4ea4 and saasy thovsaaés ol othen etUl to be emM.  Maws of the smasMny Japinaae defeat on Luzon came some hours after ftadlo Tolofo fepocted a new American invasion 50 mil4| west ci Taidc-conquered Okinawa. The JatMinese said, iteout otmfimiaUon that Allied forces invaded Ktu^e lilafid, apO milea of! f^^rmosa. and that  NEWRIKSO-m  PAcrnsED  European Ant UmettM; ProprMorihip of Kari Alwjti  IWUbS w^SiTln^A^  ■aid Wednesday night that Russia, in preliminary discussions of a new Husso-Turkish non-ag-grtssiOB pact, had raised the  MOIHEiAIIIOME  Truman Takai Time Out for Drive to Cottage in QrancMew  GRANDVIEW. Mo.. June (^—taking an hour out of one of the busiest and happiest days of hii life—hto homecoming as president »r President Truman Wednesday drove 10 miles through the lush, green country, side tQ visit his 93.ye«r-o)d moth er, Mrs. Martha Truman, at her hofae here.  The presklent drove here from Independence, his home, inmiedlately aftér his press conference» which foll<ywed his stir-ring homecoming oarade, and spent a half hour with his moth, er. who was happy and excited with the visit  It was the ftrst time she had teen him since mid-Mav when she went to Washington for a Mother's Day visit  "I knew vou would come Just as soon as,you could," Mrs. Truman told her fimous son as he strode across the Dorch of the cottage where she lives with her unmarried daughter, Mary Truman.  Reaching here the president passed the old Truman fMrm, which he operated from 1906 until 1917 and whfeh hU brother, J. Viviúi Truman, now esrma. It is on the outskirts of Grand-view, populatton 600. where Mi^ Tnuqu moved after she reached advanced age.  PLOESTI QAID GENERAL VOTED A PROMOTION  WASHINGTON. June 27-^ —The ssnate voted a pronotkm Wednesday for the general bomben smartisd the  PtoesU oU fMds in__________  one ol the grsat mm at tha  Haslr hi theiaattÉi-^-  Confirmation was by volee jét» on the nesalwertntvef Ha). Gen. NathanTrSS^ to be Dent gsneraL^wtning J strategy air force com. in the Medltmranesn;  SiSsr»ed ai¿  ût GO. Hany  iT an àmed hmdli^r tile China éoast *in for the actnal invi-  I«»*»* ■  f JapiiC  Chester W. Ktmits re-light ühits óf his fleet htt three càrgo ships, jprabeb^  If a fourth and a fifth.  The admiral eeid a few Japan-(m planes made fruitless attempts to raid Okinawa.  A«  Bmeo mineé Beeofert, monh •f BimmH Bay. Other Ai •dvaaced hmad the Mirt oil fields.  ESTMAÏÏBY MRimDIPS  Muliilioiia CutUda Slower Than An* liciiMited  WASHINGTON', June 27 _(AP)—The war manpower commission estimated Wednesday night that un-emplo%Tnent by August will be "subsuntially less" than the 2.000.000 cases the agen-cy predicted /originally. The «ettoat^, by a WUC speàseiam. was Made ae the aaeiHT reported tkat •f ieM^M permm actiwlly Jell «« hw 40.060 In Majr. to TS6^  asa.  This level was 100.000 lest than in March, said the report, which is based on a census bureau s^-vey. Manpower officials added, however, thai unemployment probably has been on the upvend thij month.  the WMC ^pokesmsn declined to make a definj^«^^' culatlon of how far shy of 2X»0.-n Antemr» 000 Unemployment will be in Au-?KÎ/^Sîîl«ust. other officials indicated it ^ might total around 1^,000. The hisher abandoned, it —  Trnman Appointe Him AlHed Represoitatife  Sacrataury of Stote Nammg Debydl; EniroyToHelpBiiiU Paftce Smicture  CWmmtR^ (mACKGIIOi'XD) BATTLS FfHB m the fMflit deü of the alrrraft wrier tm Baoktr Hill, whirk waa kH twiee la SO eeconde ky two Japooeae Mkiée plaae« wkUe opemtUiff witk a task fovee la the *i4oc** kMwee» Clklaawa aod Kyanktt. May 11. <9«o crews (left, imfgitmm tlMlr statloas lo ward off farther attacks. Ilie ski te a west eoast yard wHk asi dene or wlaalat aa4 iS4 per-  5ÎSSÎÎ1 Í cause munitions cutfiickThave autstlon with Turkey of obtain--in«,.- i- materialiiini  ing Soviet advantages In the'^" mawr«i«in» stratte Dardanelles connecting the Black Sea and the Mediter  The question of proprietorship of the northeastern Turkish province of Kara, formerly Soviet territory» also was raised, these same quarters reported, hut It was stressed that no Russian demands as such had been  im ibtP  lead the  than anticipated  The report itself made no men-Uon of WMC's revised idm about August unemployment, but resuted the agency s estimate of 1,300,000 out of work by Dec. 1.  Tke new aücalattoa fbr Jmmt^ tUB, b iJÊM/m as coaip^ wnh t^ieojMe inredlcted earlier. Tkla ckaage was aot explain.  fsUi^ea^^  mont^ of 194^, WMC Chairman Piitf V. McNttU cautioned, hw-ever, that consWerably higher  WFA Mismanagement Charged By House Unit  IKDEPEXDEKCE. Sin . July 27 - ^AP)- Preaident Tni-man Wedneaday picked Edward R StetUnius aa the United States repreeentati\-e lo the t'nited Nstiona« diaelogiaf bla Immediate resignation as the secretary of state.  He made the annmincement tn a home town newa con* fèrence in the midst of a day of celebration welcoming htm back to Independence for the first time since he att* tered the White House.  The presldsnt said he wonid aanonneo hie new aae* rotary el sUte Monday or Tveaday. pfohaMy Tnisday, h«t he bttghed off allempla of reporfofs te haee ktal vatlfy reports ho had ia»oa F. Bymea In the peat  At one f^t the president' sakl the BMn he wouVl nam* waa not now In gmremment. defcrif»tion which would fit Byrne«,  The president made public a letter, dated W*edneeday at Independence. tn which he praia* ed Stettinhis' work at the  war Senirtty ronferen<^ which ' ......... _ . ^  dnaed Tue^y, and told htm DmM WeMiT Hi OHmJm  ::TIIIIID]IMEU.S. LACKS OFfHILS  toward cur for brief periods.' aa» chSBiss hi the Moncreaux He aid that possibly as many - • - - ------- ^ -----»rarUy  Turkey con-  Jmnese reports that alliifd bombarding Balikpapan. oil re-ñnery port on Borneo's southeast coast, where confirmed bv Nathan Bfoch. war correspondent for The Netherlainds news agency Aneta.  The Australian army renorted a Jaoanese attemot to kill General Sir Thomas Blamey and his staff officers on Borneo. The Japanese came to within 20 feet  (Turn to Page Two. Please)  OHIO PORTRAIT-ARTÍSt SUCCUMBS ON TRAIN  HARRISBUBG, Pa.. June 27— r^r^Harry J. Westerman, 68. of Columbus, O., widely-known por. trait artist and former Columbus newspaper cartoonist died of a heart attack Wednesday while en route bv train to New Tork on a business trip.  He Joined the Ohio State Journal suff In 1807, in Columbus and was cartoonist from 1901 umil his retirement In 1935. During his cartooning career, his sketches were distributed by the Mcaure Newspaper Syndicate. He drew "Sketches Ftom Life,- and 'The Toung Lady Fi^ Acroks The Way.**  . te a sarlea off etepe foi-lowisil the feceot attack ky lhre#aien ee a train oarrylog  JSSScSng^a^ter, greater Mend,'* seven Polish leadera,ar-rtved in Warsaw to set up the that Polish government of national unity am-eed upon at Moscow.  That King Leopold III of Belgium w^kl abdicate by the  WASHINGTON. June 27~iAP»~A house subcommittee asserted Wednesday that mismanagement in the war food administrston had resulted in food and money loaaes running into "many iQiUipna of dollars '*  It jMsh ^aneed sieii WiTWletils of giving falae «imwIhB ia laoegioss when H Sfnghi to eheeh oai the «iesMy's oporatiaas. ^  In a report on s lengthy investigation —much of ft eOll* levels of unemplo>Tneni may oc- ducted underco%'er—an appropriation« sulvcommittee head* ed by Rep. Tra\-er (D-Gai accufed WFA of wasteful ware^  housing practices, poor bookkeeping and inadequate ra* cords, lax hiring methods and "inefficiency and derelic-  'E' Bond Saks BiDkm from Goal  WASHINGTON. June 27--/U.R)i  as 2.000,000 may be umporarl . out of work at any given stage of the cutback program after August.  McBiatt reported tkat fro« Marck 15 to Jane I aiaBllkNi» eaiptoyaieBt declined from f< essgsoo workei« to a,400^ ,  "Despite this preciplUte drop." McNutt said, "unemployment, continues at the very low levels  that have prevailed for manyj_ x^Ul sales in th# Ri»vi»nthi  l^íT^íh«? wSiilr. ^ E bond buy.  nSoJ hv mtmrnorrnitbar^^^ ^«^e a billion dollar, sway ^.ncf^s b? aiS: iTá^Z iSK^n ^v^ííiJi ^rorn their S4.0^0^.000  munlst Leader Dr. Albert Mar-'have been strrved for manpower ^ The gigantic total was prltnar-teau In Brussels. 1 during the war. such as agricul il.v the result of c^rifr^^n  France announced Gen. Jean'ture, trade and service industries ^es which reach^ $14.121.000.-Dr. Lattre de Tassigny would; and flnance." ^ i op «ccordlng to latest repms  head a newly-creatSl French Tbe WMC ckelrwa« said ikat That was more than twire their command In <>iTOany. maaltloas rot^kn kave  tion X X X on the part of some officials.'  AJoag wlik 11« rHtIcftiai, the roaimlttr^ k«4 word» of iNnatoe for WP.%. Il sald ike ageocy **K«s aiH a oOiloMl me^é la a peHod of extreae eaierfeaey and the oter^ rcealt kas beea one of whk*!» tk» peool« of tke roeatry hav« tke rtilM lo he uroad.** It alee ptoksed War Food Admlalatrator Mar. via Jo«^ M kelpfal mmé e» Ofieratlir«. Commentlng on the report.i Jone« thf rommlttee  charge« Tftrrr^d to only one  he wanted him to take the lead-erthip tn buikntw "s solid structure of paaee" ft^ the charter -----ad thia week at San  Frandaco.  las ko/ïïrPedM iMSloB aa AsMrWs tasive ef the Vu  Cisil ofi Rioord hi Nitton  WASHINGTON. Jtme -Thii IS at least Iht thh In V 8 htstonr that the States haa been wtthatil a v __ president and seereiary of akMa^  Daniel Webstar ggured hi ha« of two prevloiasMSsa.  W'ebeter re^gnad May 1 a« »e^Tetary of sUte under i Tyler, who had ' dent upon tlio^ dei  ^hfiTm?! Weheter agsin waa asi of tute undiTpnaMnl 1  JSi ¿KSteV^^t'^"*^' ^^  sad ask its Immediate ratifica tlon althoiMh he said he had not made up'Me mind whether ¿¿¡^ do ao tn person. ..r.,  a Metttnlua will serve as his ^ i a ji ä a er "poraonsl rem^Mmtative" tn ^ fidOOtÊa RIIIIÍM peniaing the work of the rntt i awaww  ed States membera f»f the  paratnry comminimi formal ratlflcatlrtn «^f the char  TTimiiigWo n  WIFE, HELD IN SLAYING, ASKS HUBBY TO RETURN  aWDOEPORT. Conn., June 27 —(A^Imogene Stevens, held on a manslaughter charge in the slaying of a young submarine sailor, asked her husband Wed nesday to "coma home at once" from his overseas post where he is serving as an army paratroop nu^r.  The 24-yaar-old Texas-bred beauty sent the fbur-word cable-gram to Major G. Ralsey Stevens» former New Hampahire university athlete, from her cell in  «• yet reiiolted la eay m tlon- .............  wMe easing of tke manpower ! $14.000.000.000  original rr.OOO.000.000 goal and'tion with l^nd and farm I more ^i^n the overall goal ofjppj^ pupp^rt operation« $14.000.000,000 for the entire^ sItaatJoB.** I drive  He said, however, tlwt some, individuals were nearin« their "localized effects' are indicat^j i^oqqoqo.OOO quota with tale«  by the fact that 29 areas through-i amounting to $«.fi70X)00.000. in  ter and his nomination ss ^^CHrCAOO, June  ed »täte« raoreaenutlvt to the Three hahv roWns  United Nations »fn railroad -........ ... v..^ fitettlnltts. at his own requeirt.,thHvtng the  pha^e of the WFA> food opera- «h' »Tif^'tn! UedneiMar ^ diet mvi^iiw »torint and handling «»»e '^g Three" meetimr near ^ be^ of peri^hahle food, in -nee-i B^THn^^th.^^^^  more liberal labor market daasi- ; nnn nnn War bond worker.  he^rlnts on the charter -v.»..»*!!« »K-r.» ^ He Is ñylng hack t« Wanh  Naturtly there w^re t^mf^i^^^^ Sunday, arrfvinr »♦ 2 P  Sr If the "«¿red Cow", si hl« were leM than rho«f which nor j ij^j- (^.ju atrllner 1« railed mally ry-e^r in regular channels í «av« In the sir «^tettlnhit* re«: of trsde. Jone« in s «tate^jijin.tion. offered fmmedlat^lv di«« daUy for the  ginning to fly without of Instruction from thefar  mother  The rnaJt beef the iiin<*h sandwlchaa tin Peten, and  more  fications since April 1. i __ »«K- . • •■' ry----- inrni. nc^w»^''-*?!'^. i» »mpTTjvf oiim on in  ncaiions_^^ij--iTnii^/ml .iv i f^^ transported and l^ad., Wednetwiav He 1« arcerttn. thi. when the  UTAH SHERIFF GETS ''i • portion^f«- of the few aopr^intmern. de«prtiNl tt Satur  I ID DAI I nny IMTAPT " "^V^ ^^^ nresWent «sH and fi- i, the rtr«t flight at  the Kignalmen inherltad the  hiiik on the signal |e««r mother nÊÊm  JAP BALLOON INTACT drive  --- I HKK <  Today by  The  RUhmarine «inking» We were frequently met with the choice of whether w«» would proceed «lowlv ami avoid lr»«%e« or act quickly and get the food to the  SALT LAKE CITY. June 27 The Deseret News told Wednesday of a western sheri- ^  Iff who struggled 55 minute« 1 time ____________________________before he aecured Inuct one of; l^cpuuui^ll VAluricr ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^  the countv Jaa She haa been the balloons which Japan ha« -THAT--^ . p».. tw«  Uiere In lleu^ $50W bonds! been sendin* to North Amedea. I _ .. . i (Turn to Page Two. Please)  Saturday. -_ht attempt . highest oo«t in the gift of the in » 2îVfoot fall ter the ffTr^mment. rohm. hut all three "an  Tke Haa Fraarlec« Confer, nin« to do a little flying  wa« necessary  since, police sakl, she toM them that aht ahot Albert Kovacs, 19, late Saturday night becauae she thought he and hU brother. James ware Intruders In the home of her neighbors the Charlea M|hons.  The paper said the office of cennorship in Washington approved the Rtory. which did not disclose, because of security regulations, the name of the peace office  in which he is sheriff.  ! A Flndlay ¡.second Army ;tlon sward.  plant received Us  -Navy -E " produc-  enee, for wkirk ke MkHl atei-tlalM In etav at kle mm« mm rkelrwaa of «ke amte«  áete^Hloa tkere, **liiifi ««m (Turn to Page Eight, Pli»a«#>  Hrd^ «aid  ....... .... : Ohio's participation in the fed  officer or of the county i fJ-l.^Pl^^twar^Wfhw^^^ ^rcjjram  iMi tb Pmiaimt.  'Unm fMifcinijii----........porte ee progresa of  im^LAeoaar-Jime -iMh^ '  New Powers, Duties Prepared For Anderson  WASHINCTON, June 27—«V-Con(r«ii WM-neiday prepared new powers aad dutiee for ahiton P. Anderaon to use in control of the o*^*^ wi^y eftg«" he bèconet secretary úTagricalture. ' aenata-houaae^crence groiig agr^^jo  ---de what Anderaon wanta on lood^^ piidÄg  hi legislation extending price controla one y iar heg^lng July l--the same day the Mew Meato repreaenutlve succeeds Claude Wkfcard in the caUn^  thara were these other devakipmcnta on the food fkmit:  <1> A hoi________________________________  on en Isrvaetlgatlon of the war fbod adminlatra-tion. metnictad Andervm to provkle periadlcre-  the plan as a substitute for a much broader hduse-approved amendment by Rep Andresen (R-Mlnn). This would have allowed the secre-Ury of ¡^culture to bvpass Economic Stabiliza-Uon Director William U Davis on food pricing.  Semaor Wagner (D-NY) told reporters how ever that new proviso, still subject to formal ratMcatkm In both branches of congress, makes Anderson "the first m.in'* on food pricing  The new food pricing proviso require« ap-menta whteh administration leaders had feared woQkl sharply curUil the effectiveness of the priea control program. One would have allowed  is issured, the sUte „ director said here Wednesday.  The U. S. Emplo>'ment serv ice office here has expanded its  program to sectire lobs for re ,  turning veterans next in line for  -------the presidency  Monday is the deadline for »«  current ineligible voterà to qua I «be result of  Morgenthau ^W Next In line For Presidency Until Action  ^DEATH RATTLERS'' ACES SET MA^E^ REOORD  HO^•o^ATL^^ iuna All ♦»xiMting records of riru? arm have beei in the I'actAc by the ri^ iVi Rattlers" sQuaitrm wuhoiit the loss of a "" enemy pianei!». the rredited with dit)  - _____ ___________ _ ____________ __ ,____________program. _  ftont: appeal of OPA divisions to district courts and  A heuat«ilH»nmi^tee. taporting critteaU^ tnt <ither y^ytc^ a cost-plus iiricing system  tktt er fl7<dOO,OOG for OPA for dia teat Mr ■ ■ L A move hy aoma Diwcrats te --— - - TJgte47,  ______did notT nilif in a»^  tadoca the amwmr. whkh to iMtyeafa iflecatkm.  eqnhaijgp  wool and ctftloB. Tbto  for all farm products. The  the resignation of Secretary of Stat« Stettlnlus.  The presiden-tisi succession law of IIWB pnv vides that in  The WMC labor management case of the panel here haa recommended death or * in-control on male labor hiring in ability- of the the Findl%y area be reuined. presklent. vice presklent.  ify through registration for voting at the July primary.  Merchandise donations cen-tinue to pour in for the July 4 war bond auction.  group accepted an amendment by Rep. i jOD^Tez) jbfáiihing quotas on non-fed-trally Inapeetad alaug^tar houm if they wm approvad for« sanitary conditions by the agrkrul-tora dtparüBOit Another change 0ven confer-  ---------- directs OPA to eatahllah a na-  oonmlttiae on rent controla I eompromiae Involved a rafhgas^ itona In the cxistina nicc ooMrol in 1912 ^ Senator Baiábeag (D-aoar etanda the secretary of agrt-approve an OPA pck» orders on  War bond purchasers have un-secretaryof til tonight to get a free circus sUte. the presi licketJjy huylng a^ond. drncy shall pass to the  WASHINGTON. June changed to ptjt the speaker of «edît  Secretary of the Treasury the house next in line after th« < half credit  Henrv Morgenthau, Jr. became vice presklent L^s'atinn em bodying this proposal was ap proved by the house )udiriarv committee Wednesday on a 10 to a rote but veteran le0slatnrs expressed doubt It ever will be^ come law.  On every hand Wednesday, predictions were heerd that the new secretary of sute to be named by President Truman next week, would be Jame« F. Byrnes, foimr senator, supreme court histke and director of war mobiliiation.  Many Democratic partv leaders were known to have felt that some one with a more ex  and  ron).  Canada Lists LossMi  OTTAWA June fen se headquarters aaki ref^dav Canada suffertd ca-fiAitte-^ in the army, aa*« an ! atr force including WM  riead anri 2.mii missiaijtor W ' war perio<1 up to May St. In the years of the P Worn War Canadian <  totalled 190.0«. ti: dead.  Filibutltr Stvit  WASHINGTON. Jvna  tenaive ei^^j^ in party and _For three hours and  Tim copference vntad^ to, aatend the provisk» to cover afl nrasenad looda and to require the 't pn^ wriuen approval of (^A'a priea  .national affklrs than Stettlnius utp« Wedneeday. tiihoBld br in the WcaWnit^ p^ a Bilbo sali  Two merged Flndlay churches Morgenthau will be next to sltlon which would lead to the want the FEPC te any wUl meet Solely until Aug line until a «uccewor to Stot- ye^j»ncy If anv^ghjippened ; form. And he saMI III ust. Itiniua is appointed atid takes to atmm. This f^tea wast think tìiis la e  --j office. Meantime Undersecre-[ helinretf to be a major reasM show up Thursday  A Columbus Grove corporal, tary of Sute Joseph C Grew ¡why the preekSent accepted the hear one ~ killed in a lien on Okinawa, will serve as acting secretary o< iiettlnhif^ reglpiation.  That does not put Grew Dlacaaakm of the position of,  llilr aeBarenf* had intenslâedP BILU:  1 state.  The annual Putnam county j in the Une of presidential tnt' aepmt** grange pécnk? will be hekl Sun-i ceaak« because the IWSJaw day. I Umita the successkm to persona cioaetf that Mr.  _____________ _ J^. _  after It was dia-1 (jfwFan Dancae  ______________Jr. Tntmtn waasa distrkt e  „ „ ksr piannfa« to leave the country Wedne«^  The third dtetrlct court of ap- the aenate as cabinet officetiL ¡aoc» toeool^ with Prim M^-ough, Red peala gavé a decUíon in a Put- Preeidait Truman haa reco» Chttfchfll and Prem4er[co  nam eSunty ault Imendad tha^ the 1888 law heitcaUn^in Germany. > .tn  who have been confirmed   

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