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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - October 4, 1942, Miami, Oklahoma                                j Edict At Soaring Costs Byrnes in Control Mast Foail and Rents Justice Quits His Seat on Supreme Court to Become Director of Econ omic Stabilization For Roosevelt food prices all Women in Novelty for ExBlind Farmer 3 8S jfear old tightly stabilized at about their present levels to day and appointed Asso ciate Justice James Byrnes of the supreme court lead the battle against in Byrnes resigned from the court to assume Monday the post of director of economic Within Price Administrator Leon Hender who will work in con junction with fixed emergency ceiling prices for poultry and vir tually every other previous ly controlled food The order is effective for 60 after which a perma and probably lower ceiling will be The prices of such commodities were frozen at their highest level of the last five 28 to Henderson announced he take action within three days to control the rents paid for every residence or other dwelling unit in the The White House made public two let ters to Henderson directing him to act immediately on both food prices and Executive Order Issued At the same time Roosevelt executive order covering Byrnes sphere of activity under i which Wage rates may not above the level at which they stood 15 nor drop below the highest point reached between 1 and the war labor board approves exceptions to cor lect gross maladjustments or fur ther the war Salaries of more than an Anunlly may not be increased except in the case of promotionsto more 1 difficult or un less Byrnes determines And no salaries may be reduced except to correct gross inequities Apr prosecute the war more efficient A qualified limitation of 000 was imposed upon salaries aft er the payment of This is to be elastic to the extent that prev insurance commitments and fixed obligations shall he taken into account in applying the limi it was said in authoritative quarters that the shall be applied lo pres ent salaries was left for Byrnes to Price Control Law Signed Roosevelt lost no time if making the new price control law It received final congres sional action last The President signed it at and then issued his executive ordei and dispatched his letters to Hen derson He also issued saying that with the Congress has done it part in helping substantially to stabilize the cost of He continued The new legislation removes the of certain agri cultural commodities and relate products from the price control of the emergency price control act with the result that I have todaj taken action to stabilize nlnet of the countrys food bill It leaves the parity principle un It reaffirms the power of the executive over wages am It established a floor fo wages and for farm f Continued On Page Five THE WEATHER IHiulio Broadcast Prohibited showers ex treme cooler tonight Sunda little change in temperature east slightly warmer west in afternoon cool er except extreme southeast to night Sunday cooler lit tie change in temperature west an F Texar couldnt Jieve his eyes when his sight was restored a delicate eration after 10 years of total What ih he de manded after a look are all the women wearing mens pants for After going to a he Whats come over the mov ies Theres 7too danged much kissingthesedays Since operation was per formed here amonth Harris has been spending his time walking about the city taking in the He says he has decided to re turn to his WAR BULLETINS ALLIED Sun Allicd continuing their advance through the Otycn Stanley mountains of New have reached the Australian command announced t Admitted by Vichy breaking its silence neWs had been jiublished Vichy nnoUnced today that Edouard Her a potent figure of the repub had been placed under residcn ial surveillance by national police ccause the government did not ike his An official statement said the reports abroad that Herriot had been arrested were and then explained that he simplyhad een invited to reside on his prop erty in the country because of his and the political agitation which he ALLISON NAMED TO DRAFT BOARD Afton War Veteran Appoint ed to Fill ThreeMonth Vacancy Membership on Ottawa countys selective service boardwas brought up to full strength this week aft er an appointment had filled a va cancyof three widelyknown Aft is the new board selected to replace Grov ertlpassett of who resigned July an operator of a grain and feed company has servedon many important public boardsin his Hc had been the post Ijy bcfth countyservice iAmeican Legion and Vet erans of Foreign He is a veteran World War 1 and has a son in service in World War First meeting of the draft with the new member sitting was held Friday night with routine business board said The which governs induction of county men into the Army the selective service is com posed of Allison and Charles with as appeal Freak Accident Causes Death of Cadet Saturday A British flying cadet from the Spartan school was killed about 2 oclock Saturday afternoon when he fell out of a plane at a field southwest of Mi Flight Pittam re i The plane just leaving the ground on a takeoff when the ca det fell from the offi cer and landed on the flying located about six miles southwest of An inquiry into the cause of the accident is i Lieutenant Pittam Name of the ca det will notibe by British officials until the nextj of kin can be notified of the The body was taken to Cooper Funeral y Ijie announcedrtater by officers attached lo Rhineland Target AttacKed by strong lorce of British bombers attacked a Rhineland target which the Ger nans said JCref eld last starting but bad fly weather over the continent icept the daylight raiders at iome KrefcUl is a textile center and also the site of heavy industries which have been targets of 2 Poth er the last of which was The Germans acknowledged casualties and dam age to The British air ministry did not identify the tar Charles Chesrmt Elected to Head Of State Officers Charles Ottawa was elected presi dent of the County Officers asso ciation of in the session of the state meetingin Ok lahoma City Membership in the association is restricted to county officers elective positions in each the states77 About 400 of ficials were on hand for the meet county delegates Other officials from the Miami courthouse attending the conven tion were Alva county commissioner count clerk county asses and Hiram deputy coun ty SOONERSWERE ON NAZI RAID Nine State Men Took Part In Yank Aerial Visits To French War Plants BY THEASSOCIATED PRESS Nine Oklahomans participated ir the damagingraid by American air forces oh Nazi war plants in France Hereare profiles of the Sooiiers who took part Ronald of the commanders of the raid tive of Kay county but as his ad A veteran RUSSIANS POKE MORE HOLES IN GERMAN LINES annon Belch Death From All Bombs Crash From Nazi Warplanes as Confused Siege of Stalin grad Enters 41st By HENRY CASSlDY Soviet counterdrives Stalingrad and theii6rth vest andsouth city iroke German offensive power and after he Soviet Information bureau louneed but in one sector lorth of the the Nazis ham nered their wayinto a populated In the vast and low in its fortyfirst in which ami on bellowed on all sidesof the ity and bombscrashedamong the stones of its shattered ferniah andRussian salients were nterlaced until seemed impos sible to painfc clear picture of situation from the official dis The midnight loweveiyHhatto the northwest of he Soviet which las been gainingpower now for several succeeded in over coming theenemys orged ahead andoccupied some Air Power OWI Davis Asserts NEW mer director of the Office of War told the For eign Policy association forurn to day that the United States would have the greatest single power jirb the end of the war and that some international organization would be required to give smaller nations real collective Regardless of the tionalism or on which patriotic citizens may hon estly Davis said in hisvpre pared the question of se curity in next few decades would depend upon air Walker has served in it much of the time with HislasbVisit in Kay county came on July when He brought one of the big ships to Ponca City The next night some Kay countians turned out to bid hin farewell as he took Walker is the daughter and Harry Chope of Walkers parents werepio leer farmers in Kay county and h is visited there El Reno Man Led Unit Charles E led his Boston bomber for nation on the his second on o receive widespread attention Kegelman was awarded th distinguished service cross for gal antry on the July 4 raid on Hoi venture of America aombers over Western Europe i Sunday to Be Weathermen Reports Radio Broadcast Prohibited Continued mild temperatures with little likelihood of were forecast for In Oklahoma City the lowest temperature Saturday was 71 de grees at 3 forcing residents to toss off extra and the highest was 76 at 1 The forecast fpr Sunday indicat ed temperature change in the eastern part of the strite and slightly warmer in the Apache Gets Life Seritence in Murder Trial A dramatic moment at the opening of the trial of Phillip seated 21yearold Apache accused of muidenng Lucy Tahbooahnippah last came when the oilwealthy defendant had a sudden Some of his tnbal BO of whomvflocked to Oklahoma City to the are shown comforting The girl Tpoisgah is accused of slaying was a AP His father is a locomotive engi neer at El Reno where his wife als Roy Gilbert i the second generation of his lam ily to reach France in war tim His Roy Johnson of Okla horna now proprietor of th grocery was stationed ii France during World War L Johnson was assigned to comba duty Only 19 years Josep Eugene Kerss would have grac uatcd from Enid high school year if he had not enlisted the da after the Japanese struck atPea He is the son of an and was gunner on one of the Flying Fort resses during the raids Three Tulsans Helped Three Tulsans took part in th They were Lieutenant Harold John Mod and James Neely wa graduated from Tulsa Central high in 1937 and was commissioned a second lieutenant last Last month his and Frank were notified that he was French also attended high school in Ho was graduated two years ago from Oklahoma Military academy at Clavemore andenlisted soon after Pearl He was married May the day he re ceived his His bride is living with his and Sam Mode attended the University of Tulsa and the Lniversity of Okla A native of his par ents now live in Kansas Two other Sooners who were in on the show were Lieutenants Scott Werner of Helena and Ray mond Hart of V Nipponese Raked From Air Alter Push ol 250 Miles American Naval Units Covering Land Forces Thrusting Toward Enemys Bases in the Westernmost Isles of Far North By JOHN HIGHTOWER AP army forces in the Aleutian Islands have advanced 250 nautical miles Jiearcr Japanese bases in the North the Navy announced and already have undertaken strong aerial operations against the enemy from their new the in the North Pacific area since the Japanese occupied islandsan the westernmost Alciitians in early covered by naval units and accomplished without enemy It carried American forces a long stride west of Dutch heretofore regarded as the main United States base for all operations against the Japaneseheld islands aluable In the city among the shattered boulevards and apartment said they the cleared the Russians Germans rom several streets and part of the workers To the they repulsed sev eral German attacks and then charged and succeeded in retaking ppsitions which they had lost the of Attu and The new islands Navy did not identify them specif in the Andreanof mountainous segment of the Aleu tians about 240 miles between Seguam Pass on the east and Amchitka Pass on the The effect of the in ihe first will be to cut valuable hours of flying time off the round trip bombing expedi tions against the mnin Japanese base at Kiska which army planes have been pounding steadily for many This reduction in time means the planes can carry greater bomb loads and operate with even belter fighting protec tion than they have beyond that the new advance positions may be used as jumping points for an actual amphibious invasion of the Japaneseheld Aleutians was a possibility on which the NaVy of fered no flight bpot hroeday 25 Xjcrman that rilnka rtpro rlncitrnvorl o CV6n Without invasion of Kiska tanks were destroyed and n bat alion of enemy infantry wiped the Russians while 10 tins and other booty were Thus it appeared that the RUP even without invasion of Kiska and the other the Japs are now in a rather precar iouS position in the with American planes able to make heavier and more frequent at sians weregrasping on and with the onset and in some places for the initiative in the great bat Continued On Page Five HARMON COUNTY AHEAD IN SCRAP Collection in Southwestern Totals 22 Pounds Per Second BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Harmon county in Southwestern Oklahoma led the field in the first tabulations of the newspaperspon sored state scrap iron drive with a per capita average of it was announced Satin day night at Oklahoma City by drive direc Kay with a per capita average of was sec ond on the Pontotoc with was Next in order were Cimarron Wash ington and Beckham Prizes in wai bonds will go to the scrap contest winners in the various classifica to the coun ty turning in the largest per capi ta The campaign openec 28 and will end Oklahoma County Highest Oklahoma county reported the largest gross Tulsa county was second with and Kay county third with Other counties theii gross poundage and per capita poundatre included 000 and em and and Tulsa and 148 Washington OKLAHOMA Toosigah must serve a life sentence for murdering his Comanche Lucy Tahd a federal court jury decided The expressly denied the deafh penalty asked by federal orosecutors uf the wealthy vounc Apache Federal Judge Ed gar Vaught delayed sentencing until Tooisgah has been held without bond since heshot and killed Lucy near on June 2 dur ing a Prosecutors pictured him as a deliberate slayer of the girl of whom he had His counsel claimed that subject to epileptic was roused into a frenzy by the girls unwanted af During the trial several kinsmen of Tooisgah testified in his among them his two former Munbers of his tribe rented an entire floor of a local hotel to be on hand for the NEW YOHKTOWN JAKKIKR The navy announced today an air craft earlier under constiuction at Newport would be named Yorktowu to perpetuate the name of the carrier lost as a result of enemy aerial and submarine at tacks during Hie Battle of Mid Otjen Open Vote Drive Republican nom inee for charge here tonight that the national ad nunistration is playing politics with the prosecution of the war and leading the country to so Moore and the par tys nominee for formal ly opened the Republican cam paign at a meeting in the munici pal auditorium attended by ap proximately 300 of bitter winter weather character stic of that region at The Japanese already have ships in their efforts to their Aleutian bases sup plied and protected against at Todays Navy communique which reported the American advance al so said that on the Armys fourengined Consolidated Liberator bombers had attacked ships in the harbor at Kiska and that Jin enemy transport was set afire by two direct The camp area also was bombed and several fires the mission being carried out without of an American Toll of Enemy Ships Rises The successful attack of the transport raised the number of ships which the Japanese have had sunk or damaged in the Aleutians to made up of three probably sunk and 21 dam The communique also said that an enemy cargo ship had been attacked northwest of on 28 was again bombed and strafed by Army aircraft on the 29th and appeared to have been There was no indication in tha communique as to when the ad vance was carried the aSJ was it prob ably was made several days at Navy communiques in recent days have toldof heavy aerial attacks on Japanese shore installations and ships at Kiska and also on ships operating west of that BATTERY PRODUCTION WILL BE CURTAILED Curtailment of production of dry cell batteries arid flashlights for civilian use was ordered by the War Production board today The order also put flashlights in the hands of manufacturers under priority The WPB said that supplies of flashlights now are large and that no serioXis shortage would you go every Its your neighborhood Shopping1 in these wartime days isnt as simple as it used to Its not just a question of decid ing what you want and then get ting the money to pay for Not at There are some things you cant buy no how much youre willing to pay for for exam And there are other things for which you cant be charged as much as you would be willing to for To help you shop wisely in this confusing welter of rules an4 re strictions is one of The NewsRec ords greatest Stop for a moment and think of the ways in which your newspaper helps make your shopping dollar go Through NewsRecord news col umns you go to Washington and sit right in the conferences where the rationing and price fixing rules are Through News Record you tour the nations greatest industrial You see for yourself for there wont be a new family car next Through NewsRecord adver you can priceshop in Miamis stores without ever leaving your make best bys without wasting an ounce of precious gas or This week newspapers fill over America are celebrating National Newspaper When you rend through news and advertising columns of The NewsRecord this ask yourself what would happen to vhe family budget withr out a free American press   

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