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Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - August 29, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma County Fair and Races 596 x at i 7 No 51 NMMM fitMUAf MfMtri tut ttfftf MUM AUGUST 1945 Otfiil NftiUtlttH A ftffftt M tlflf N PRICE FIVE CENTS SOLONS AIRING RECONVERSI ISSUES TO IN JAY Wolnwright In Chungking tontmirrees CofitMtr toft Job News lor People By MAX HALL ngress loomed bigger in the re Inversion scene sessions wont start for ah Mter but committees of law hakers were sweating it They worked hard to catch up with the vast forces of change that they were turned loose two weeks while they were on And there was other news f Ar A Americans about butter and and type Army discharges and the financial con dition of This picture in Con Two main proposals being feonsidered by One is other about full are favored by President The unemployment bill would nncrease the help that states give their jobless If the bill is the federal government will shell ovit enough money to ali low each state to pay up to a for 26 weeks Most states Tay less than Senator George said he favors the principle of the though maybe not every word of His opinion is im A port ant because hes of the Senate committee that gins hearings on the A house committee starts The socalled full employ bill would dp this Every year the government study industrys employment prospects and make recommendations for Continued on Two lf CowHorse Races Included on During Free Fair free fair racing officials today announced that in addition to the fiye ptofessibnal running races each of and and cowhorse race will be included JAPS ON LUZON RECEIVE ORDER TO OHJetrt Nip yoyi in Huffed Hills Neor Montle ed by ropesVintb a precipitous mountain valley to meet Japanese American offi in each All mules regardless of size or disposition are elig ible to enter contests for these Jim superin of In the cowrhorse only Ottawa county animals are eligible and must be those without profes sional or matched race Fribley said that entries will be at the fairgrounds track office from 7 to 8 Additional rules will be announced at that he cers today relayed to the disabled enemy commAhder a demand for surrender of his Southern Luzon Negotiations also continued with Tomoyuki Yarfii for suriiHer of his Leaders Arriving To Direct Mass Occupation of Japan t Tokyo Steeped in Gloom as Victors Near Home Shore By LEONARD MlLLtMAN Press Staff Writer Americas ontoTokyo ctimmand MS moved more than Miles ijbser to the mikados palace to ri y to supervise the initial mass Occupation of Japan where the Si flflg has already been planted by advance On arrival in Wainwright and Beebe are greeted by Wede meyer OWlRadioTelephoto From Chungking From NBA Telephoto Wainwright Anxious To See Homma at Surrender Table By DONALD HUTH Jonathan in excellent spirits after his trip here from looked forward eagerly today to seeing at the f jinal surrender ceremonies in Tokyo some of the Japanese commanders who accepted with pompous arrogance the capitulatkm of his heroic band at In particular he hoped to see at the scene of Japans complete humiliation the onetime commanderinchief of Japanese forces in the Masaharu Hom Hornma a ruthless and an arrogant GARMAN Former Of fleer Served JMianrian To Land in Japan With Forces Eightysix American Red Cross men will land in Japan with Gen MacArthurs occupation the Red Cross said will with them mes sages from clothing and comfort supplies for liberated American prisoners of war and ci Among them is James i former tawa and federal peace of died at today at his home in He served as sheriff here from 1914 to 1912 and from 1923 to During the twoyear pe riod from 1913 to 1914 he deputy Survivors include his Delia Garman four Stratton of Essex of Port Walter Kerr of Picher and Dee Waiters of Mi ami six Jack Garman of Ray Garman of Lee Carman of Henry Garman of Har old Garman of Long and Enloe Garman with the Army in Germany one Sam Garman of and a Lariniore of Mi 10 grandchildren and four Another ron Russell died in Miami two weeks Funeral services be an nounced by the Cooper Funeral General Wainwright told hat he hoped that Japanese Gen eral to whom he surrenr dered at is present when the Japanese sign surren said James Ras mussen of pilot of Ihie plane which brought Wain wright to Chungking from Navy Open t For Enlistments Aug 29Mr President Truman today ordered the resumption of voluntary en Hutments in the armed Such enlistments were suspend ed Todays order re vokes that suspension with view to adding t military forces during the period they are needed for the occupation of Germany and Hours for School Book Sales Listed The ParentTeachers organiza tion is in charge of the sale of books to students of the Miami schools taking in the book room of the Junior high school Books may be purchased only frdm 9 to 6 on e Thursday and from 9 to 9 oclock in the evenings on Saturday adn next The Weather to partly cloudy tonight and ex cept few scattered showers and thunderstorms likely along Red river valley fair and continued war tonight and Thurs fair and continued warm tonight Thurs OIL WORKERS IN STATE GRANTED PAY INCREASES The Interstate Oil Pipe Line com pany announced today that effec tive Saturday a five percent in crease in base pay would ed employes in Wyoming and The change will accompany the organizations return to a 44hour week from the 48hour work period in effect during much of the war In the 300 of whonj work in will re ceive time half for the four hours over At time the Carter Oil another subsidiary pf Standard Oil of New an nounced it was considering a sim ilar Corregidor has accepted General MacArthurs invitation to go to Tokyo for the surrender ceremo a Manila dispatch He planned to leave Chungking by plane accompanied by Lewis John Thomas Dooley and former prisoners of the this group were with me on the tragic day when J had and Im especially anx ious that they be present when we accept the Japanese Wainwrightfs message to MacAr thur One officer now in Chungking told how command of American forces in the Philippines in 1942 when MacAr thur was ordered to be come supreme commander in the Southwest reacted to the second order from the Japanese to surrender on who asked that his name be with quoted Wainwright as say ng Ive been to general staff school and the war but they never Continued on Page Two Police Department At Muskogee Will Undergo Shakeup Muskoget police depart ment today apparently was headed for a shakeup beginning with disclosure by City Manager Vernon Ellington that Police Chief Paul Hinson would be Re placed at that Although Ellington confirmed a report by Hinson that he had been the city manager de clined to elaborate further on the Hinson quoted him as that a man from Sooner Had Narrow Escapes in Reich HOT Charles Rank in Broken a returnee at the Army redistribution stafton served overseas with the Third in the Third squad Third platoon of the Third bat After three months on the West ern ihe was captured aw spent three months and three days as a prisoner of the Germans Private Rankin says he had some narrow escapes while in three of outside Muskogee would be1 brought in to head the department and ttiat a general shakeup will word of the impending de NorthernLuzon American negotiations at the Bizarre parley in the steep little gorge maintained contact with their headquarters by ging with a Japanese battle The in rugged moun tains 22 miles east of last ed several chief of staff to Yoko commander of Southern Lu zon insisted repeatedly he could not surrender without higher Yokoyama had sprained or broken an ankle and could not appear as scheduled at the meet Sunii He was told bluntly that unless Yokoyamas southern forces capit ulated within six to nine days after the final surrender signing in theyw ould be treated as Three of the conferring Amer led by William carried The party included Richard Cincin Frank Bakersf inter preter for the 38th The Americans were loweredby ropes injo the tiny valley for the meeting in a bambo the Japanese had The table was supported by American mortar shell American C rations and Japanese teajwere served for Ae one Japanese Continued Page Two WAR CRIMINALS ARE ANNOUNCED 24 Noii Leoderi Will Go on Trial for Lives Early I iv October UP four major allies today named 24 Nazi leaders Prus sian military them Herman Rudolf Wilhelm Keitel and Karl as defendants in the first mass trial of Germanys arch criminals early in The list furnished the first evi dence deputy fuehrer for all Nazi party affairs until when he made his sensa tional flight to was considered mentally able to stand trial with his onetime as Hess once was succes sordesignate to list also included the name of Martin Hitlers secre There had been no evidence previously of Bormanns where abouts despite unconfirmed reports that he and Hitler had perished to Bormann was Hess suc cessor as deputy party The full list follows Hermann Wilhelm who was designated successor to Hitler in and directed the Nazi air Rudolf Joachim Von former champagne salesman who directed Nazi intrigue in half a dozen Euro pean capitols as Germanys foreign Robert chief of the Nazi party commissioner for national and chief of the German labor Alfred Reichleader for ideology and foreign policy and propagandist who took lead ing role in antisemitism in Ger Hurricane Laihti Destruction Nimitz flew from Giiani to Tokyo joining an Allied fleet headed by four modi ern battleships which rode an anchor off Yokosuka naval base where American and Brit ish marines and sailors land General MacArthur moved his headquarters from Manila to Oki ready for another aerial jump tomorrow to Japan with airborne arrival marked what o described as the very dark riod in Japans were contrasting bright for the Missing hidden for years in enemy prison were reported virtually about to return from the Three hundred Survivors of the cruiser Houston which disappeared early in the war in the South Pa reported alive in Thai land jungle Gregory Pappy South Pacific ajr ace who shot down 26 Japanese before he himself was brought down over was reported alive in Confident no enemy airman could kill he often told his flying mates Ill see you in a San Diego bar six months after the More than Japanese on bypassed islands surrend There were on the bomb practice atoll of Mili in the Central Pacific Marshall is lands or Morotai where MacArlhur carved out an air base to support return to the Philippines and nearby Japanese forceswaited for signing formal surrender ments Sunday on a ventilator head on the Missouri in To kyd Among those witnessing the cer emony will be Jonathan hero of Corregi and other ranking officers who fought with him on Bataan and who arrived yesterday at Chung king from a Manchurian1 prison With them will be Arthur who sur dered Malay to Tomoyuki Continued on Page Two PEARL HARBOR INQUIRY BOARD CITES MARSHA Truman Sayi Home Laid to Chief of Staff InHrely Unjustified One of the many fishing boats sunk by the force of the hurricane along the Texas gulf This scene at NBA Telephoto velopments came from Railroad Company Announces Change In Power Branch the late Frank formerly superintendent of motive power for the Frisco rail will be Listers assistant for the past ten it was announced He will take over his ryjw duties master mechanic for the Frisco at Tulsa for 4 years will come to ield to suc ceed Thomas general fore man of the North Frisco shops here for ten goes to Tulsa to take Gimsons and G assistant general fore man at the shops moves into Murrays Succeeding Morgan will be A now general fore man at the Fort Scott ROOSEVELT RECEIVES REPLY Solont Advise Elliott Report On Hit Affairs Not For Public Ears The House ways and means com mittee informed Elliott loosevelt today it is prohibited at his time by law from making pub ic the treasury study of his linan ial The committee said it will de cide when the record is complete whether to publish the whole record in a formal report to the Chairman Doughton telegraphed he committees statement to Joosevelt at Beverly who recently went on the Army inactive list by his own wired the erday requesting1 that the f till re port of of his business affairs be made public immediate saying that continued specu ation and erroneous stories can only further distort the In response to your telegram xxx you are advised that the committee onways andmeans is prohibited under section 55 D and F of internal revenue code from making the report on this and other loans un less through a report to the Con As soon as we complete our including the matter of your tax the committee will take such further action as it deems warranted by the facts and Doughton told newspapermen who said Ellington had called him in and requested his resignation as of The chief said he declined to do so because the city manager did not give a sat isfactory reason for desiring him to said he then told Elling ton to fire him if the city man wanted him out Elling ton did Hinsqn was appointed police chief May while Ellington was named city manager last PIONEER DIES Mattie 84year old pioneer Oklahoman who came to the state at the opening of the Cherokee died Hans who was governor general of Poland and an gen Ernst Hitlers righthand chief ofthe Reich security department and chief of criminal Wilhelm minister of inte rior and ruler of Bohemia and Mo raviaHe served in Hitlers secret cabinet Julius gauleiter of editor of Der notorious antisemite and school master by Field Marshal Wilhelm chief of the Six Sooners Given Boosts in Rank The War department today an nounced promotion of six Oklaho mans to the rank of first lieuten They were William David Chick asha Donald Kieth Pattersot Kingfisher Clarence Truman Mat Noble Jerry Edward Oklahoma City James Delberl and John Edward Bill of Ardmore was ordered to active Oklahomans Now Serving On Missouri OKLAHOMA 29 least three Oklahamons will have a ringside seat as Japa envoys sign surrender terms aboard the battleship Missouri the three Sooners serving on the vessel and one of them is its commanding The Oklahomans are Stu art Shadrick M u r r EM 2c Charles Haney and Chief Gun ners Mate Carl whose mother resides at is tne brother of Clive state selective service and the nephew of former William both are from Grady The George Army chief of was held partly re sponsible for the Peatl Harbor disaster by an Army board of in quiry but President in releasing the report said the criticism was entirely unjusti The who called a special news conference to re lease the long awaited Army and Navy reports on the events lead ing up to said he sided with Secretary of War Stlmson in rejecting the find ings as to The bulky three volume reports were sharply critical of Rear Ad miral Husband Ad BULLETIN 29 UP Admiral Harold Stark had no comment on the Pearl Harbor Reached by telephone at his summer home on nearby Stark declared I have no comment whatso Gen eral Walter asked for comment on the Pearl Harbor re ports released today by Presi dent said I will have to see the official document be fore I have anything to Short hag headed the traffic department of the Ford Motor company plant in Dallas for the last three He was Army commander at Hawaii at the time of the Japa nese Admiral thestate in 1903 when nisi family settled near in Bryan He was graduated from Murray agricultural College at Tishomingo in 1914 andljt entered the Naval academy at An napolis in graduating in Continued on Page Two Hjalmar minister of cpmmissioner of the fouryear former presi dent of the Karl comman derinchief of the director of Uboat and the man who took over rule of Germany after Hitler reported Jap Sign Hails Navy Forces WITH THE THIRD FLEET OFF The United States Marines shouldnt read maybe it was just an As warship drew up before Yoko Hama plainly visible on a factory roof was a sign painted by the The sign read Three cheerg for the Navy and later that young Roosevelt can make his own testimony public if he He added that he as sumed that Roosevelt has a copy of the The internal revenue code pre vents release of information in an income tax Doughton emphasized to news papermen that the reportinto young Roosevelts financial transaction is not ing that the come to no definite conclusion until all records are A special session of the commit tee was called today to young Roosevelts YANK PRISONERS FROM THAILAND HEADING HOME The evacuation of 300 prisoners of war from Japanese war camps in some of them survivors of the cruiser began today by plane from The cruise Houston had not been heard from battle of the Java sea in 1942 until the pris oners were found in The first group was composed of approximately 122 former1 prison Starting men released from Petburi camp near Bangkok will be flown The released prisoners were de scribed as generally in pretty good Evacuation planes will fly the men to Hunters Seeking Livestock Thief In State Today Excitement reminiscent of Bixbys headless horse hunt of 1927 ran through the community today as hunters assembled dogs and weap ons to seek an animal ranger Ed Hines has identified as a moun tain Although no moutain lion has been reported in Oklahoma for more than 50 Hines said that tracks indicated losses of live stock and poultry over a wide sec tion could be attributed to the big t who will lead a second hunt for the has spent the past two days in the Hector community on the CreekOkmul gee county where he discov ered the He said they were those of a one of a half dozen or more names for the largest of North American Sundays unsuccessful hunthad plenty of a of trained so calls were sent out for more Bixbys headless which attracted many eastern newspaper turned out to be the invention of a man Attempting to frighten away a family in order to buy its He painted the steed in such a way that all its body except the head was luminous and rode it about the countryside at night scaring the wits out of all and miral Harold Stark and Walter t Truman told reporters that if courtmartial proceedings indicated prompt and be General Iiort failed in his relation with the following particulars s j To keep the commandirtg general of the Hawaiian depart ment fully advised of the growing tenseness of the Japanese situa tion which indicated an increasing necessity for better preparation for of which information he had an abundance and Short had To send additional in structions toHhe commanding gen eral of the Hawaiian department on when evidently he failed to realize the import of General Shorts reply of which indicated clearly that General Short had misunderstood and misconstrued the message of 17 472 and had not ade quately alerted his command for Stork To Visit Judy Garland in Spring Judy 21yearold movie actress and has disclosed that she expects a baby next She and film director Vincente married last have just returned from a honeymoon in New Pqir Await Action Of District Court Vernon Starks and Fred both of were bound over to await action of the district court yesterday afternoon at preliminary hearings before acting County Judge John Venable on charges of injuring public The two were arrested August 20 in connection with the destruction of plumbing fixtures and four mat tress in the city jail At ar raignment proceedings on that date they both pleaded not Prosecuting Attorney Richard Smith placed several witnesses on the One of the was represented by his at To get to General Short on the evening of 6th and tha early morning of the criti cal information indicating an al most immediate break with though there was ample time to have accomplished To investigate and deter mine the state of readiness of the Hawaiian command between 27 and despite the impending threat of Truman issued the following statement have here reports on the Pearl Harbor One is from tha Army and one is from the Navy report gives a finding of facts by a Navy court of in Attached to this finding of facts are indorsements by the judge advocate general the Rear Admiral Gatch Admiral chief of naval and the secretary of the You will find a summa tion of the findings in the final indorsement by thesecretary of the navy at the end of the docu From the Army we have the report of the Army Pearl Harbor and hound a statement by the secretary of Certain criticisms of the chief of General appear in the report of the Army Pearl Harbor You will notice in the secretarys statement beginning on page that he takes sharp issue with the criticism of General Marshall stating that the criticism is entirely The conclusion of the secretary of war is that General Marshall acted throughout this matter with his usual great energy and I myself wholeheartedly with this expres sion by the secretary of Indeed I have the fullest con fidence in the energy and efficiency of all our war both Army and Short and Kimmel were the Army and Navy commanders at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese struck their surprise blow Admiral Stark was chief of t operation at the 1
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