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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - August 19, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma                                I DAILY NEWSRECORD XL 42 AUGUST 1945 ajHggai U MM Ffffl AffnW Hi WAY TO MANILA SAN DoftMt icy broadcast in tSngUsii to America today that Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitau informed the Japanese My they were beaten and iriust face the But Domei later broadcast the full text of his asserted press con ference statement to the Orient in it in eluded no such Both broadcasts were recorded by the Federal Com munications we have to face the fact that we have he was quoted in the Englishlanguage broadcast as informing his press There was similar quotation in the full text beamed to the said another broad Hast quoting the newspaper has been named liaison man be Atween the imperial government and General MacArthurs occupa tion The foreign ministers warning NO SHARP COT SEEN IN Induitry AviHiWo For To Speed Reconversion Job GOODRICH SEEKS MORE WORKERS that the people must the price for the bursting of the imperialistic i dream bubble came after four days of explana tions of the Nipponese In plain words Shigemitsu rec ognized defeat and said This fact should be admitted I as it and any oVeroptimlstie view should be Every Japanese should repeatedly and the terms of the Potsdam declaration and carry them out k Shigemitsu told the press it goes without saying that it is nec essary to change speedily our way of He added that the price which must bepaid for this defeat irt battle is very but I as the consequence of such allout that cannot be The Domei despite the flatness of the foreign minis ters sought to soften the harshness of stressing I another statement by Shigemitsu 9 that Japan must win the worlds sympathy and Occupation Jitters apparently had replaced invasion fears in Japanese minds as Domei quoted I an unidentified Tokyo newspa per urging that no attention be paid to rumors that American troops and a already had landediriNipponJ The newspaper urged the1 peo pie not to credit irresponsible ru mors but to place their confidence in reports announced by authori tative the radio and news papers and added that the land Continued on Page Two 1 Transport Bound For the Pacific Is Ordered Back s j NEW transport General Harry with European war veterans bound for the was proaching the Panama canal when I captains voice boomed from he loudspeakers shadow of the ship it turns toward New York The captain was of Louis and San Fran He and the servicemen his ship carried told today of the dra matic change in the Taylors course when the peace announcement came f last Another ship arriving today jjfter being divertedfrom its route to the Pacific was the Marine Panr with men Also and bringing the days total of returning to more than were the Joseph Pierre 739 troops Samuel 436 James Dun 146 Cape 18 Oliver seven nine and Sarah No Roconvoraion PrcbUm ot Miami Manager Head Sr yi Good news was given Miamians Saturday when R man ager of the local F Goodrich c o m p any s tire manufacturing said that no cutback in em due to cancellation of war is expected at the factory With present personnel figures of working three daily eight hour shifts on some Head said that an additional 126 persons will be hired and full employment of present plant capacity will be reached in from six weeks to two months Early in he the company expects to list em ployes on its payroll We have no reconversion problem Head Our company as a whole is hav ing layoffs but they wont affect the Miami because weve been making both military and civilian during the war pe about 50 percent We curtailed military manufacture and are now totally in civilian making tires and tubes for passenger trucks and farm Former miners now in the armed forces were given some assurance of returning to their jobs when FV secretary of the TriStite Lead and Zinc Ore Pro ducers Said Saturday that under present conditions the placement of former em ployes is expected to be readily Netzeband said he hoped that with the large domestic demand for metals together with an im proved manpower situation in the drastic curtailment of production will be mining industry in this he is able to pro vide employment to the dis trict miners in Together with the men em the industry at this time could use he The future of the mining situa tion will be of conjecture until Washington decides a defi nite policy regarding overquota production of strategic Until such a policy is mapped the lead and Zinc industry will con tinue to proceed under waremer gency the secretary as Netzeband recalled that Presi dent Truman has intimated that the status of Metals Reserve corporation and similar govern ment financial agencies will be scrutinized and the emergency need of their policies determinedin the near It must be how that the premium price plan on lead and zinc a statutory law enacted by Con gress and will not expire until June At that time Congress will have to determine if premium production of strate gic minerals is to Netzeband The crux of the entire mineral industries he hinges By JAMES MARLOW Truman late today threw the Whole weight government behind Americas rushing drive into the peacetime Truman issued a directive rounding up and formalizing all he had said during the told his department and agency heads they mutt Move as rapidly at possible without endangering the stability of the economy toward the removal of tlon and other and resto ration of collective bargaining ami the free v This directive dome Hours after one of the highest officials in government had said the sudden Japanese surrender found this nation caught in the hi is what Truman said The whole government must do all it can to help the changeover to must be controlled just as in they can be eased to adjust easel of hardship or The entire effort will be under the control of reconversion director John Snyder who earlier In the week said the problem ahead called for no mincing of jjell coordinate all the Bosses can give wage increases which do not involve price increases and the War Labor board continue for a time to handle labor disputes which interfere with reconversion just as it handled those blocking the Four days after the sudden ending of the war with Japan one of the highest govern ment officials frankly We dont pretend to have anjj blueprint charting every action for the fu Thats Our job is to get out of the we found ourselves when the surrender came the first thing to do is tackle the trees right in front of The public has to do this The gov ernment can only Here is the picture of what has been done in this historic week and what is expected War contracts are being cancelled right and This is throwing millions out of Congress will come tack In Septem ber to consider a bid intended to create full President Truman says its a must measure Millions of men Will come pouring into civilian life out of the armed services in the next 12 Theyll get first crack at The draft is finished for men 26 or goes on for those under Food will become biit not all at Clothing will become more but picking up by There may be no coal short Continued onPage Two CHIEF DESIRES The Signing of Surrondftr Should Find Nation Work Triimon Avers manager said the plants1 working personnel at this tirpe con sisted of approximately onethird President Truman asked today that VJ when it is proclaim be a day of work and not a Secretary of Labor Schwellen bach said in a statement that this was the Presidents desire because of the widespread observance of 1516 as holidays and in view of urgency of reconver the same Schwellen At announced that the President has issued an order substituting 1516 for VJ day in the list of days for which pay is required for war An earlier order had Jbeen terpreted by some officials as making 1516 legal holidays hinges definii of Stolen Art Piece Found in Austria Van Eyck Adoration of the one of the famous paintings of the early Flemish has been recovered by American army officers tracking down works of art looted by the it was announced The altar piece painted by the brothers Hubert and Jan Van Eyck was completed in 1432 and has had spectacular Calvinists once attempted to steal it to give to Queen Elizabeth of During the First World war the Germans got their hands on two panels but were forced to return them to Belgium under thetreaty of This time the Nazis had hidden the complete with other looted art ob in a salt mine at Alt Aussee in i and also making day mium pay dayi This orderi is sued last Tuesday Was die scribed Trumiin Stockpiling AbiUis Jiff the law enacted will largely deter mine much of the continued pro duction of lowgrade in the district Netzeband said that there is no doubt that production will drop in this but this should be only temporary in view Continued on Page Two Circus Held Up Four Bandits in A Haul Four bandits seized a money wagon kndnaped three persons and looted two Clyde Beatty wild ani mal circus safes of part of Which was the circus Two of the bandits appeared at the circus grounds early today as the last of the forcing Lot Owners Asked To Keep Weeds Cut To alleviate a fire hazard vhich has been keeping the Miami fire department on the go for some Mayor Millner Satur appealed to real estate owners to keep the weeds cut on their va cant With weeds getting out of hand aeveral properties have taken on an unsightly appearance the mayor The Weather OKLAHOMA Partly cloud scattered showers and thunder storms east Sunday slightly warmer in southeast Sunday high temperatures 100 to 105 in west to middle 90s in scat tered showers and thunderstorms Sunday slightly warmer in south and east portions Sunday high temperatures in cloudy Sun day scattered and thun derstorms in east Sunday morn ing continued high tera peratures Sunday 95 to Indian Pageant ai Anadarko Closes flfl Final performance of the Pa geant of Indian Heroes closed the annual American Indian exposition tonight after five days of tribal horse races and ceremonial The pageant was tot presented on the opening night Tuesday and again on Tony White hoop was a feature performer of afternoon Chosen chnmpionwar dancer at the exposition was Dixon Kiowa Indian from Les ter Cheyenne from was second in this contest for and Wilson Kio show was being Mechanic Walter Green Corn Feast Opens Monday Near Turkey ford By CHARLES WILSON This year under their new i David the Seneca and Gayuga Indians of Oklahoma gather on the banks of Gowskin river to again participate in the 200 yearold ceremony Green Wellstocked with their Scano the chief and coun cilmen Invite Indian and white people alike to camp and share their festival of thanksgiving with The fceremonV will be held Tuesday and Wed nesdayat the Basset Grove pow wow near Tur where the redmen gather veach year to give thanks College Expects Big Enrollment For Fall Term The largest enrollment since Americas entry into the war was predicted Saturday or Northeast ern Oklahoma Miami and college this fall by Bruce Car president of the Some 500 students have been contacted recently by faculty mem bers and in many instances a num ber of the seniors who were grad uated last year indicated that with the closing of the war they would plans to return to col from was Abbreviated Shirts Pajamas To Remain stubby shirty tails and collarless pajamas may continue in style a The WPB reported to wants to retain the restric tions until its sure plenty of cot ton fabric will be to drive through Transportation Thomas also of saw the wagon trailer leave and gave chase in a taxi As the cab pulled up beside the trailer two bandits in a car convoying the money wagon forced MacMahon and the taxi Lewis to join the procession which drove 16 It stopped at ait isolated oil re finery dump near When the bandits threatened to dynamite open the MacMa Admirals May Keep 5 Stars Chairman Thomas of the Senate military committee announc ed tpday he will introduce legisla tion next month to allow four gen eials and three admirals to retain fivestar rank The seven who wear five stars on their shoulders under a special and temporary act of gregg are generals of the Army MfteArthur and and Admirals Kiog and All will drop several grades after the war unless Congress in mistakei Tonight in the form of an amendment to the Tuesday j The amendment does not make 1516 legal Schwellenbach and only applies to war workers xx x performing work for prime contractors and subcontractors on government war contracts and those who make the materi als and supplies necessary for the performance of the contracts and VThe effect the amendment as to these workers is to require as follows That they receive time and onehalf Compensation for working on 15 and 16 Under the interpretations previously issued by the Depart ment of Labor that both of these days should be counted as days of works in computing the 7th day Continued on Page Two FAIRGROUNDS IS BUSY PLACE AS WORKMEN TOIL Work in preparing accommoda tions for animals during Ottawa countys 26th annual free which opens here was re Room reservations at both the dormitories are far in advance of what they were at this time last and every day finds more students Deserving Carter With the closing of factories and with fewer big paying jobs avail with the drafting of the 18 yearold boys and with excellent possibilities that it will be ceased everything oints to a large enrollment and heavy sprinkling of A number of even since urrender who had planned n going into the have al eady reserved rooms and changec heir plans to include attending A special program has been ar anged at the college for return ng veterans and a number if returned servicemen have al eady indicated desire to do beginning at the ocal ported Saturday right Anticipating a SET Negro charged with mur der in connection with the slaying of Panta Lou found blud geoned to death in her room here several months will go to trial before a jury District Judge Oras A Shaw announced Mercury Climbs as Skies Clear Here After hitting the 98degree mark Friday the re tarded by cloudy skies and westerly dropped to 80 at dawn the they arrested him I donned bathing suits and dived in By the j They discovered 22 gallons o temperature was again on the up moonshine whisky in glass am climb end by 6 the thermomecrockery chained together to be moving larger field of race since the lifting of gas rationing will enable horsemen to make a trip to Jim superintendent of said all repair and new installation work at the fairgrounds probably will be completed this practically booth space in the exhibition building is sold with but two spaces Mullen vicepresident and treas urer of the Fairgrounds Man Miami mer chants Mullendore are expected to offer several attrac tive displays in looking for ward to the postwar Merchants will be able to begin decorating their booths the early part o this Mullendore The horseracing program is scheduled for 6 and Officers Dive into River for Whiskey alcohol tax unit agent got to the bottom of their investi gation of a case today by diving into the Tennessee Spotting a man pouring whisky into a pint bottle at the edge o 10 Victims of B17 Crash Are Named COLORADO of 10 Army whose bodies were found on cloud peak in the Wyoming was announced today by the Second Army airf orce Headquarters The wrecked Flying which disappeared June after takingyoff from with a full crew enroute to a staging base for overseas was discovered by two cowboys a week The plane was hidden in deep snow until a slide recently uncov ered the or all things which Longtime residents of this area have accepted the Senecas yearly nvitation in such large numbers it is probable more white people han Indians have seen the cere The 45yearold Chief David recently elected under the constitution of the SenecaCayu isthe youngest tribesman to hold this office in many large the former Haskell student is typical of his The new chief is well equipped to administer the du ties given him under the consti tution charter forroed in councilman for six years and two years aifSec retarytreasurer to this busi nesuiike Fiom his father and mother Chief Charloe also inherited blood of both the Wyandotte and Shaw nee tribes during past become closely associated with the Senecas through tribal intermarriage and His present sec is a daughter of Amanda of the pot a governing group of wo men in charge of the Green Corn This tribe whose from 1600 to 1700 establish ed a military empire larger in territory than that of Rome in its greatest were the first in this area to This certified and encour aged by the governments Indian legalized the duties of the chief and giving the tribe the deciding voice in disposition of all tribal funds and land Belonging o as head of the Senecas and Cayugas suc Continued on Page Two MIAMI FACULTY NOW COMPLETE 12 New Ttocheri Hired for Ttrm Storting Board After making 12 additional ap pointments to the local school fac the Miami bpardof education Saturday announced the tentative teacher roster for the 194546 who begins his 18th consecutive year with Mi ami pointed out that the MARTHURWILL GIVEEMSAD NEWSMONDAY IMonei Carrying Jap Envoys Out at It Shima In to Conference Ig bound here for a surrender conference with General Mac left Japan by plane at Tokyo time 518 central war time Tokyo radioed to head The carrying the party of representatives have left airdrome on 0718 said very radiogram to the supreme Allied The planes are expected to reach le Shima around 2 12 noon central war MacArthurs instructions were that the party should include representative of the imperial gov ernment and at least three military representatives from Japans navy and air forces who will re ceive the surrender orders at a his toric conference The Japanese are not empow ered to agree to terms of sur They will simply he get ting their orders from MacAr thur on what Japan must do to carry the terms into The formal of surrender will be signed The Japanese messaged their plans and itinerary yesterday to who had grown impa new teacher assignments have been equally divided between the tient at their delays and had sent them a peremptory note to quit uccil cuunijy uiviucu juniorrsenior high school and the Calling and comply with his ord elementary Hal Buchanan starts his sec ond term as high school principal here Ray who the band director and science tor at Vinita last will be in charge of physics arid v1 Elizabeth former Miami ders at The Japanese did not say but over Santano on southeast tip of Kyushu their planes will be pickwMp by Lightning fighters wWch will ride herd on them to anj airfield at le west of They will land at on whose personnel in common with those onOkinawa school teacher who was a member j was burning with of thf Failland faculty during the I Continued on Page has given the The elude dead and next of kin in Staff Charles and Charles New Staff Jake Penick Dorothy Jo Stolen by Recovered American Third army has recov ered between 600 and 700 some of them priceless first edi by the Nazis from a Smolensk William member of the military government section of the United States forces in said to COAL MINERS NEEDED FORT mine operators in west ern Arkansas district are up against a serious shortage of min head of the Ar kansasOklahoma Coal Operators said Some miners already have closed due to lack of he The mines are worse off than they Stewart adding that at least miners were needed to get things back to ter had reached Ithe bottom of the WPB CONTROLS LIFTED The War Production boards air craft division went out of business leaving the Industry corn Packed in half a dozen the stolen whose value is ex pected to run into tens of thou sands of included many centuriesold books on history and Among them were a Lat in Jesuit prayerbook dated 1680 Letters of Rous dated and Letters of which came originally from a private Italian Bulgarian Regime Cautioned by The United States today warned the Bulgarian government a regime set up after the Russian army moved free its forth coming elections from fear and in timidation so that they may be truly Secretary of State Byrnes made this country will not consider signing a peace treaty with the former Axis statel lite Bulgaria is one of the key na tions in Russias eastern European and a collision of policies high school principal and instructor at Fair land last was tiamed as sev enth grade mathematics instruc Fitzgerald also taught inthe Wyandotte schools several Vona Gifford will be the new girls physical education and seventh grade science She comes here from where she has been Vacating his post as superin tendent of schools at Tiff Hughes takes over the occupations and general science Maud a teacher in the Com merce schools last will be the speaking instructor here during the coming The new elementary school teachers include Hiawatha Wilson who taught in the Picher system last year Colleella for mer employe in the local office of the Farm Security administration Bess former Qua paw teacher Freda former Miami Continued on Page Two RUSSIANS SEIZE NEW PRISONERS IN MANCHURIA UP creasing Japanese surrenders were reported from Manchuria tonight in the Soviet communique but the Russians said some elements of the Japanese third army were re sisting The Russians said Jap anese headed by a major general had surrendered as a Pre viously he Soviets had reported Japanese had given The increasing number of Jap anese surrendering indicated that the entire enemy front in Man churia might be cracking under the pressure of Soviet forces closed in on Earlier it was disclosed that a Soviet plane landed at Harbin to pick up the Japanese surrendei envoy and take him to headquar ters of Marshal Alexander M Vasilevsky at Oklahomas Speed Limit Is Removed OKLAHOMA 85mileperhour wartime highway speed limit was lifted effective tomorrow in a proclamation issued today by act ing James The action followed receipt of a Dick Tracy for Louis Today jouisans will miss their Sunday the rest of the usuallybulky Sunday newspapers the first time tomorrow as the Louis Publishers associa tion and the striking AFL paper carriers remained The two Louis newspapers with Sunday Post Jispatch and the not publish any Sunday pa pers Both papers and the weekday StarTimes have maintained only skeleton staffs since Thursday a practice which the Louis newspaper guildhas call ed a i When the paper carriers went on strike Thursday theys established picket lines around the hree newspaper offices which pressmen and flyboys have refused to Composing room staffs Have been kept at the The supported by a Na tional Labor Relations board de maintains that carriers are employes of the papers and are entitled to collective bargain The Publishers association says it regards them as independ ent A vote in favor of the strike was held by the union in Wants MArthur To Address Congress Chairman May of the House military committee proposed today that Douglas MacAr thur be invited to address a joint session of Congress at his con May said he would discuss the proposal with Speaker Rayburn and draft a concurrent resolution inviting the Pacific war leader to come to the capitol when he Dwight Eisenhower ad dressed a joint session of Congress shortly after the surrender of Ger pletely free of WPB appeared I telegram from the Office of De fense transportation advisingthat the federal government was with drawing its request that motoring speeds be held to 35 miles an hour as a conservation The request was issued Berrys proclamation urges driv ers to exercise caution with lift ing of the speed Over IMO Hunting For Jobs in Tulsa States Employment offices here were crowded today by more than persons in their efforts to get one of the 800 jobs Still listed in the USES supervisor of said that calls made Friday to major Tuisa industries indicated that 90 percent of job openings had been The majority of jobseekers day were from Douglsg Aircraft and Spartan Aircraft   

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