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Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - August 17, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma VOL 41 AUGUST 1945 A BlfWi MNi vnlv AWfWi PRICE FIVE CEt Emissaries to Manila Tomorrow IUNE UiTTER THAN B29 NOW Arnold ftovook o How Croft Wottld lost Aiio from Poelfle Arnold disclosed today the airforces have a new plane considerably better than fine B29 new he is cap able of ranging over all East Asia from Western Pacific The chief of the Army air forces gave no details of the new icraft except that it hasspeed the same or possibly greater than the He recalled that a B29 had recently flown from to distance of in 36 While using the Asiatic area as example of how tthe new plane can Arnold a news conference that reporters could use your own imagination on its possibilities in the Atlantic At the same he disclosed at he plans soon to step out as Head of the explaining that he is getting to be an old As news men leftthe conference he told them probably fwould not have many more news Looking to future develop ments in aerial Arnold said the development of Continued on Page Four Tuha Workers Get Last Big Pay holi day mood prevailed the Douglas aircraft plant to day cut through red tape to off of the instal lations The workero were informed on paper slip you are being laid off for of work on the above date but were required to put in the day cleaning up their The which has produced more than military aircraft since its three will keep only a skeleton force to finish up pending modification There was much laughter and some relief as men and women re ceived their regular weekly pay checks and prepared to seek peace time AMERICAN AIRMEN KILLED IN B29 RAIDS Will Give Party for Chiefs Staff President Truman invited the com bined chiefs of staff to dinner in the White House at 8 oclock to is the staff that was set up by the American and British armed Services for the joint War effort in all Invited to the dinner were of United New Canada and the Nether in addition to Secretary of State Secretary of War Stimson and Secretary of the Press Secretary Charles Ross said the President was taking this opportunity somewhat in the na ture of a farewell for some of the high officials who served iefs of staff will soon be leaving or their home KimmeVs Anxious To Air the Facts NEW Admiral Husband reached said here to day of a Senate request for de tails on the Pearl Harbor attack 1941 The sooner the proceedings of this naval court of inquiry are pub lished the better Ill like He declined further com Chairman Walsh the Senate naval affairs com asked the Navy today to give Congress the report of its the Japanese sneak MEAT RATIONING MAY END SOON Agriculture Hood Stot Chance To Lift V Shortly ByrOVID MARTIN Secretary of Agriculture Anderson said today he believes it may be possible to terminate meat ration ing in the near possibly as early sis In an exclusive the stated that an examina tion of demand and supply pros pects as of today indicated thai supplies not needed for military and other noncivilian requirements are rising that latest fig ures indicate that civilian meat supplies for the OctoberDecem ber quarter will be at lite annual per capita of 145 compared with less than 120 pounds BO far this The supply will be even he should cessively heavy cattle to market this y t raejit sifaia eutfflfck in military uncertainty as to Whether financial arrangements Continued on No Newspapers in Louis This Day three newspapers in Louis were shut down today a strike of carriers went into its second day and only skeleton staffs were on the jjb following notice from publishers to reporters and some desk to enter the Adolph president ofthe Louis American Newspaper tttttariei on offofti Jopon Todoy By VERN HAUGLAND disclosed today that the year long operations of B29s against Japan cost the lives of over American while tlian 600 others were7 rescued bynaval Combat operations resulted in the loss of 437 of the Superfor Noncombat losses fere not but they are known to be par ticularly in the early months of the campaign when the crews Were learning the capabilities of their Crews averaging 11 men In 106 Iwobased long range fighters were Oh the other side of the the commander of the Army strategic airforces the giant aircraft destroyed the major in dustrial productive capacity of 59 Japanese cities and partially de stroyer six Six cities more than 75 percent American People Start Long Trek j sw To Happier Days By MAX HALL rocketing Americans toward the road to normal living took steps today to that they had plenty of fun in the Three days after the war With All ban on sports prowiionala arid And there Was this news for the nation s More goods released for civilian More wiped More men lobEing for The government ainVinf to eep peace on the labor Hints coming battles in This was More Army cut its coal orders and jiaid the nations coal problem is The Solid Fuels administration flatly de BY DE GAULLE Afod Monhol To Serve Life In for to Ntiii De Gaulle today commuted Marshal Petains death sentence to life im The action consisted Of approv ing a statement the court wrote into verdict which expressed the wish that the execution not be A jury of the high court of jus tice condemned the 89yearold head of the Vichy regime to death for betraying the state to the Ger mans during the Petain denied the charge but made no plea for his The state presented a battery of former including former Paul Edouard Edouard Her riot and Leon Blum to denounce Petains from the 1940 armistice until the collapse of Petains defense offeree mainly from a long array of French including Maxime who chief at the time vSfrthe witness watffPierijiB two Thelaw would cease his next May Either the President V or Congas could end it chiefly defense of Both nied doubt that The Army also announced more meat is being released for civilr and it threw on market jeepsand vast quantities Continued on Page Four destroyed were Kuwana and The B29s flew more than miles in an of Continued on Page Four Trumans Going To Find Solons A Bit By WILLIAM The political honeymoon Presi dent Truman has enjoyed with Con gress may come to an abrupt end when the legislators reconvene next Whether branch and the executivecome to a part ing of the ways may depend largely on Trumans attitude But there was no the cut would help Aims Forces Told To Quit Calmly BY ASSOCIATED PRESS Japans new royal ce GenV Naruhiko Higashi issued orders to all officers and men of the Japanese imperial armed forces to refrain from any outbursts of emotion at the sacri fice of their and face reality calmly and the Tokyo radio The Domei recorded by the Associated said the or der to the army to observe the em perors was issued In HigashUKunis capacity as war a post he hold concur rently with the prmievship in the new said the publishers actions constituted a lockout resulting from differences between the pub lishers and a newlyformed union of The guild CIO is aghast at this display of temper on the part of publishers x x Rahm The guild is deeply concerned over the utter lack of responsibility by the publishers as journalists and the wanton disregard of their du ties as Truman Will Dine With Cameramen The One More Club of the White House lined up a distin guished guest today for their an nual President Truman accepted an invitation to attend the dinner of the White House Photographers association in connection with their annual exhibit 20 at the Stat ler The President gave the photo graphers the name One More a good humored reference to their habit of asking for just one more Congress Congress end it by adopting a jdmt President Tru mari could end There is strong sentiment in both Senate and House to terminate it promptly after Congress convenes on Several termination measures are ready for introduc tion by various The Presidents attitude is not yet Many on Capitol Hill believe he like to allow the law torun its course so that in on a sloweddown continue furnishing re placements for men with long service At news conference yester Truman said it was up to But he said he saw no reason why many young fellows without much else to do should not be used to relieve men on faraway NAVAL SUICIDE LEADER TIRES OF LIVING ON OnUM Own Ho Corps NEW The Japanese navy Ministry announced Friday afternoon Japanese time that ViceAdmiral f akijiro vicechief of the navy general had committed leav ing note which said he wanted to Jmake atonement to the souls of my former subordinates and to members of their bereaved fam the Tokyo radio Onishi the originator of the Kamikaxe suicide special attack corps and since May 29 was commander of the naval sui cide The recorded by the said for mer eornmanderinchief of Japa nese naval airforces in the Philip took his life at his official residence at 3 Japanese time and left this note To the spirits of of the special attack corps I ex press my deep gratitude to you who have fought so Ever convinced of final victory you fell gallantly as But that conviction finally has not been With my death I desire to make atone ment to the souls of my former subordinates and to members of their bereaved I also have a message to young men at If my death should Continued on Page Four Gets Hirohito into Step at Last MaeAr thur announced at today that the Japanese government had notified that its surrender emissaries had been selected and would leave by plane tomorrow for This word came from the defeated enemy after two days of quibbling on the part of Tokyo and after MacAr thur had curtly told Japan to comply with his directives without further Text of the Japanese message follows From Japanese GHQ to supreme Allied 7 A Our representative to Manila se Due to necessary internal procedure he is sched uled to leave Tokyo on Further details will Green Stamps To Be Used Later on The OP A plans to use green stamps in ration book 4 when the present supply of red stamps is There are enough red stamps to last until Stamps vali dated that date will be instead of unless present plan is At the present rate of rationing of fats and there are enough green stamps to last about nine he and Weygand face The juror was composed of 12 parliamentarians and 12 drawn from resistance ft Industry Ready To Hire Idle in State OKLAHOMA 17 Glenn Kiley of the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce said today private in dustry was ready to absorb imme diately at least of some Douglas aircraft workers here whose employment was being terminated Kiley said the figure was based upan actual statements of man power needs of service and commercial firms in Oklahoma City as disclosed in a survey con ducted by the chambers postwar planning It does not in clude needs of the oil agriculture or individual he of the secret of the atbinicibomb has caused of president of the Rocket petition the merit for rights to use atomic energy for plane to the Reports say the will be inexpensive 3 Masked Bandits Get from Couple in Jenks Three masked bandits lay in wait fov them at took and John Enochs and left them up in bailing Sheriff s Deputy How ard SOVIETPOLISH TREATY SIGNED Rods Announce Curzon Lint Boundary Except for o Ftw Slight and Poland have signed a the Moscow radio said estab lishing the Curzon as the Po lishSoviet boundary except for a few Polands The treaty also included an agreement on compensation for damages caused by German occu the broadcast One deviation gives Poland about 30 kilometers in territory situated east of the Curzon line up to the Bug river and the Solokat river south of the town of according to the broadcast text of the Poland was given part of the territory of Bjaloweii forest in the sector of situ BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS General MacArthur cracked down on Emperor Hirohito as 10 Japa nesefighters attacked graphic planes over the Tokyo area Some hours after the general told to get busy on surrend er arrangements the Japanese radio said that the Nippon representative to receive Allied surrender terms will leave Tokyo Sunday for Mac Arthurs In the newest of a series of Nipponese post war four B32s photographing the Tokyo area were met by anti aircraft fire and ten Two Japanese fighters were sent down MacArthur flatly told the Miko do to comply with without further His order interrupted a series of messages from now in their second Because of Tokyos thtf Continued on Page Four T to the east of lother is wife were late ftst night as they stepped from their automobile upon returning from BRITISH CADETS CONTINUE THEIR TRAINING HERE The training of British cadets at the local flying school will corr tinue for an indefinite it was learned here In reply to an inquiry regarding the future status of the school Maxwell Spartan School of Aeronautics director at advised that since we have no instructions to the training of British cadets is continuing at our Miami school until we receive instructions to The farmer said he attempted to save his which con tained by tossing it into the car but the men found it aft er taking from One of the all of whom wore white struck oh the head with a pistol while another held her husband at the point of a wedoff shot he he lie and his wife were taken to the side of the house and their hands and feet Enochs worked her hands free after a short time and released her ated in another Pending a it the territorial peace High School Band Will End Students May Join School Band Now wishing to start band and their Parents children in work when the Miami high school opens were asked today by Claud music to make the necessary arrangements with him Saturday or Killion said parents may con tact him by calling his home tele Could Be Briton Says fsh foreign office commentator said today there nothing to Emperor Hirohito fvom ing tried as war criminal if the Allies decided he was responsible for the Japanese policy of aggres Nazi Sub Gives Up At Argentine Port MAR DEL German subma The Weather cloudy to night Little change in MISSOURI Clear to partly cloudy tonight and Lit tle change in KANSAS Clear to partly cloudy and continued moderately t f warmer tonight and rine here today to Ar gentine The 600ton craft carried the number U977 and a complement of including lour officers one of whom was Commander Heinz The craft was similar to the which surrendered to Argentine authorities pn July SO NP NEWS SAN news agency said today its daily Tokyo time Japanese language wireless trans mission to the battle one of its feature news programs for Nip ponese has been discontin The FCC recorded the Domei Russia Silent oh Future Plans for Captured Nazis declined to discuss the fate of hundreds of thousands of German prisoners in her Disclosed today by a high this development of the Potsdam conference has disrupted attempts to reach an AWied agreement for the systematic return of captured Germans to civil life in all parts of Convict Is Held to Trial in Slaying 17 a life termer at the state penitentiary charged with murder in the slaying of Carl Mc another was bound over to district court at a prelim inary hearing The state presented one Bob a prison Pol lock testified he saw Brown etab McCartney twice in the prison yard July Henry a convict also was bound over to dis trict court on a charge of murder in the killing of Doc John a Johnson was slain at a park in McAlester where he was assigned as Japs Averted Drive Planned by Chinese UPr The Japanese ducked the biggest offensive punch ever planned in the China theater by counting themselves out of the Wedemeyer disclosed yesterday that an Allied drive on Canton in the southern province of Kwantung was almost ready to Allied naval iwits had been detailed to cooperate and 20 Chinese American trained and completely equipped with the latest were ready to hop off from bases recently won in the South China corridor Large numbers of CMneBt para chute tioops command is were to assist in the other Chinese divisions erit various rises of training nd Hd been partly American occupation proceeded on schedule to screen release prisoners not held or war But so far this representatives have has released if of the men it The supposition in official quar ters here is that the Russians al ready have put many of these pris oners to work in rebuilding Soviet factories and cities devastated by the German The Russians long ago rnade known theirintention of utilizing forced labor for It was one of the major problems discussed at Yalta by the late President former Prime Minister Churchill and Generalis simo The Soviets were represented contending that ci vilians as well ss who fell under control of the grmies should be pressed into While the Americans apparent ly expressed opposition to the use of what has been called in this cquntry slave the Rus sians reputedly argued that a deci mated German industry could not employ available German Eisenhower Sends Note to MArthur al MacArthur received this con gratulatory message today from General Eisenhower in Europe forces in Europe rejoice with you as the task that began in those days of reaches its glorious We join with all other freedom loving people to express cur ad miration for your brilliant leader ship and our veneration for the valor of the men youve led to vic We ask that you convey to all serving under sea and greetings and felicita hence it should be used by tions of their comrades in arms in i I the vector Tulsa Man Is Shot To Death on Porch was shot to death today as he stood on the of his and County Investigator Benson said Homer uad surrendered to Benson reported Brown came to his home before dawn and said he wanted to give himself up because I have just shot Freeman Assistant County Attorney Simms filed murder charge against Brown and charges of as sault with intent to kill against both Brown and his The assault counts followed a statement by Freeman Smith that she was beaten and a shot fired at Baltic sea will pass in corifowni with the decision of the Ber lin along lines lead ing from a point on the eastern shores of Danzig bay eastward to north of the radio The described subject to ratification which must place at the earliest possible The reparations agreement was described as in conformity with the decisions made at the Potsdam It gave Poland all German prop erty and throughout the territory of Poland including that part of the territory of Germany which passes to HURLEY GOES TO BAT FOR CHIANG IN NEW DISPUTE was reliably reported here today that the Communist leader Mao TzeTung had declined an invita tion of Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek to come to Chungking to dis cuss a settlement of differences be tween the Chungking government and the It was understood that Patrick am bassador to at whose sug gestion Chiang was reported to have extended the would fly to Yanan to urge Mao to and that if the Communist leader changed his Hurley would accompany him back to Chiang and Hurley conferrec over lunch with this mission as one of the principal confidence mounted here that the governments forces would successfully reoccupy Shang hai and Nanking befpre the Com munists were able to seize control of those vital with variety program on the courthouse lawn Band master Claud Killion Jmhounced 7 During the program a short pe riod of meditation observing sur rertder day will be by Harry Curfis and Bill s Corporal will offer three popular The concert will get under way prorhptly at 8 Movie Star Back From the Pacific SAN Sgt Sabu wearing the ribbons of theJDis tinguished Flying Medal with three Oak Leaf clus two Presidential unit and six battle reported to day at the Fort MacArthur sepa ration center preparatory to re turning to the The star of Elephant Boy ant half a dozen other pictures re turned last thonth from the South west where he flew 42 missions as ball turret gunner on a B24 Liberator and accumulated 427 combat 719 YANKS ARRIVING NEW small the Smith Thomp with 719 Gls returning from is the only troopcarrying vessel scheduled to dock in New 24 Millions Handed local Governments OKLAHOMA money totaling was distributed to counties for roads and common schools and to cities and towns for streets and alleys during the fiscal year endud June the state tax commission reported Tha same units of local govern ment received the pre vious the commission report Distribution for the last fiscal year was divided as the commission report showed Counties for They Decide Nimitz Can Throw Stones Navy officers strolling near head quarters stopped a few paces astern of a Marine casually in shorts and picked up a rock and took deliberate aim at a bird in a He missed and the bird flew The with a whis pered in an aside I oughta read that guy off for throwing rocks around I guess I His name was TO DISCUSS PAPER ibility of increasing pulp and paper shipments from Canada tha United States in the last quarter of 1945 will be discussed at a meet ing early next newsprint officials said Counties for common BULLETIN troops on some sectors of the Manchumn front began sur rendering today snd the Red army took Soviet communique Following upon Marshal under ultimstum yesterday to Japanese to turn in their arms by noon Soviet spearheads continue
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