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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - October 5, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma                                lefTtkelr itOurS In aavaride of a fourhoupj stop1 page Sailedbythe National 6f Thfi of had CdiVed ifcroifnation w a union official fibunced that 2i fty RUSSELL BRINES iledPels for a new birth of and aides of an an Westerrt plants would Jeadvttoj the lia scftedufeci from 1 to Western Electric workers in the New Ydrk area will ortejjhouj E EMPLOYES tiERETOCAS There was no telephone serv ice in Miami from 1 to 5 today aM the members of the National of Tele jphone Workers took time ouftoi take a strike The Results of the had been at manager of i the Southwestern Bell Telephone coihpariy said real emergency calls were to be this Fiftyfour workers in the Mi ami system are participating in thfe union lormer Minister omgeru osmaa an oh atiew cabfriet would be Jgy ettded without new and the moderate lYoshida Himself would take the helm of gov ernment despite hisoWn Eniperor Hirohitoaccepted the resignations of Prince HifasHiRuni andhis entire CabinetVwith the comment is afid made it thafciie uld ask Mac prior approval of a cafeelf It is illim hClTTQ STATE PLANTS But Whether Workers Will Return to Oil Refinery U Undecided t tendents Of at least two strike bound Oklahoma refineries receiv ed notice today the plants were be ing seized by the government as a of failure to settle an oil workers wage Neither Edward Reynolds of the Texas companys West Tulsa Because recommended dissolution theirunion is focal point of the Henry counsel for e National Federation of Tele phone Workers and the Western associ A National Labor Relations board trial examiners report recommended dissolution TWestirn Electric employes union at the N plant theground that itwas company The said the report favored a rival CIO is rThe Electric employes early affect long distance since onpolcesmen caimecthat to and other telephone workers will i leave their lf All long the Contimied on Page Trial of Tulsa Jury j Sometime Today district cojirt jury was expected to begin JPjfeiiieliberations today the case of P former assistant city attorney with knowingly receiving stolen property in con nection yith a department de contendedhe was not in office at the time the stateaccused him of there accepting from inthe One ofthe Theodore wascharged perjury as a result of hisieptlmony for the Dixie Gilmer1 A v Justus is the attorney of for charged asan acces Tuwl faceda second degree 4 DELAYED not they pointed out that he wouldnt admit fttey added thatrtWo visits they said he made thejimperial pal ace 6alls at Mac Arthurs headquarters indicated His selection and They reported this for Yoshida Visited Marquis Koicho who jwith Baron Kiichiro Hiran xuma is reportedly advising Hiro hito on the new at 6 Tokyo time 3 going a later directly t6 to palace at foi atsecond Conference with and 20 minutes later visited the foreign ministers official resi Prince rlso a possible choice as new visited Yoshida at Kido left his office immediately after Y9shidas second Yo shida earlier in the day had con f erred at length with Mac Arthurs chief of Headquarters explained in a press release tonight Uiftt Yo shidas first call had been to inform the Allied command of ficially of the resignation of the cabinet and that a new cabinet was being The newspaper Asahi today cited two direct reasons for the cabinets fall It felt that it couldnt carry out MacArthurs freedom directive and it felt that it couldnt be responsible for main tenance of peace and order after the directed removal of leading po lice t cabinet changes in Japan are watched by observ ing the journeys JJ BJGRECEPTION ON HIS RETURN 5 UP The Dukeof Windsor returned to Eng land today and was almost mobbed by an and predomi nantly v feminine crowd of people surged around his car at Marlborough home of dowager Queen Several fell to the ground and were Some had been waiting nearly five hours to see the man abandoned the British throne for the woman I When Dukes car entered Pall Mall James the bobbies were unable to hold CONGRESS WILL DELAY ATOMIC ENERGY PLANS To Coniirfer Truman PropAiali Probably Next Week By JAOMlflLL A Congress todayput off any action ohr atomic energy lation until next Members found themselves itt this jam li The Senate was unwillingto send a measure carrying out ident Trumans domestic control plans to its i military committee This group Has bitten Off huge of important legislation the war years and there was some feeling it ought to return to its Wttl JUiWi I A feffttt m w1 urls Cubs Second 30 o Veteran Turns in Greatest Series Pitching Yielding One Hit BRIGOS In the pitching masterpiece in world series fid BULLETIN Some striking Oklahoma oil workers were instructed by their international union today to go back to jobs in plants seized by the district repre sentative of the Oil Workers In ternational union was in formed of the decision in a tele phone conversation with president of the t t Democratic leaders didnt plant nor Brown of a Sin clair refinery at Sand Springs would elaborate on notices from the acting of Whether nations oil work including some Okla would return at once to their jobs under supervision of the Navy remained thev question of the Oklahomaunion sourceswere inclined to believe they would Naijional Picking when intermittent showers jade itimposfiWe picHers back the was the Dukesfirst visit to England since early days of the The duchess in France but there were reports that axreconciliation was impending be twefen the Windsorsand royal house rs British government which would permit the former WalJis Warfield Simpson of Baltii more to Ke called her royal high Murrah Joins Lqw School Staff OKLAHOMA president of the an State Bar yestreday that two hpnia have she s law sphoq University of representative of the had received no word from headquarters on whether strikers would be asked to go back to their He said instructions might be forthcoming late The men will remain he until there is a satisfac tory arrangement whereby they will go back and those arrange will go back and thosearrange ments be worked out in While national president of Oil Workers Interna tional union CIO said in Wash ington that his commit tee would presumably at the question of the workers it was indicated in local union offices that work stoppages might Already nearly half of Oklaho estimated oil workers were idle at various state Continued on Page Four Harry Bagby Dies Unexpectedly Harry Bagby of lather of Buck Bag D street died unexpectedly last night at the home of his brother in he was who received the word inSalt Lake left Utah by where the furjeral will take a retired Baptist was a visitor in He enjoyed a wide ac quaintaiice v BurialswiU be in King and Queen near Richmond wnn the measure td go to a pro posed joint SenateHouse corn mi tee first suggested bj1 Senai tot Vandenberg In they said it couldnt go Iliere under the The engrossed in ether showed few signs of acting the Vandenberg pro Senators faced the unpleas ant prospect for that Chairman May and the House military affairs committed might graf the bull next week by starting hearings on a bill identi cal to the one they left hanging iA midair DemocraticLeader B a r k 1 e y tried to get the Senate to send to the military committee a measure prepared by the Navy and State departments and introduced by Senator Edwin John son demand ed that the bill be left on the until the proposed joint committeeis set Barkley said such a commit tee couldnt handle all it could Ho iould be to make But as senatoi after senator put in his it became apparent Continued on Page Four gety Claude Passeau hiirled the Chicago Cubs to a 3toO Victory1 over the Detroit Tigers to give the National leaguers a lead of two games to one in the fall Rudy Yorks single over shortstop in the second inning Was theonly safety Passeau yielded his sensational twirling It Was announced before todays game by the rival man agers that Lefty Ray 38yearrold Cub and Dizzy Tiger would start for their respective clubs tomorrow in their fourth which will be played at f Florida Senator Is Missing After Airliner Crashes 5 Florida Slate rone two reported missing in the crash of a National airlines plane which crashed here this nipming at as it over shot the Lakeland airline officials Thirteen other passengers in Citizens Oklahoma t Thank you deepest appreciation for helping de of the finest communities in the ithout spirit of without the high industrial business and the concerted determination of the residents to support the best possible church and this eity able to hold its posi t N type community a requisite of maintaining Jt wr contention that this news BULLETIN OP A National airlines plane crashed into Lake Parker after Lakeland air port two pas sengers to their teen including the and were The Jbody of a man tentatively identified as Florida State Sen ator Harrison Barringer was recovered from the wreckage by diver several hours reported missing is Owen of Divers said they saw a womans body in the t eluding pilot and were rescued by boat when they era ed from the wrecked which plummeted into 12 feet of water in the middle of the Two passengers were pinned in the wreckage Mac Dill field diving equipment was be ing rushed to the scene from Tam The 48 persons rescued were1 taken immediately to Morrell Me morial hospital to be treated for bruises and possible internal Civilian Aeronautics board rep resentatives investigating the ac cjdent withheld further inf FIRST INNING lined out to Green berg in left field after looking at called Johnson bounced Outlaw drove a hot single into left Gavar retta drew a Pafko forced hintat Webb to No one no two went Hughes to Hack made a good stop of Mayos smash down the line and threw him CrSmer flied out to deep No no no none lefti SECOND INNING1 Cubs Nicholson rolled Mayo to Livingston flied out to Cullenbine in Hughes worked the count to 32 and then bounced Webb to No no no none hero of yesterdays Tiger got a great round of applause when he toed the With the count 3 and 2 he swung viciously at a third strike and missed it a coun try still hitless in the flied to Lowrey in short left York drove a single over for the first hit off Outlaw flied to Pafko in short center No one no on Continued on Page Four JAPS HAD MOKE THAN AT START Admiral Chester Nimitz tol Congress today Japan had mor planes and a bigger army at th end of the war than she had a Pearl yet took a ter rific home for a whopping heros welcome that included said the enemj had no alternative except surren der even before atomic bombs were dropped and Russia entered th He said that was because Japans fighting fleet had ceased to The plight of her merchant marine was equally as Nimitzs welcome promised to possibly receptions given Generals Dwigh Eisenhowey and Jonathan Wairi wright by the Sapulpa Asks State To Reroute Road OKLAHOMA today became the firs city along 66 to ask the State Highway commission to re route that highway from the citys business Streeter Sapulpa lawyer and Democratic floor lead er in the 20th sub mitted to the commission a peti tion signed by business a city highway committee and city offi cials requesting that 66 be routed north of railroac tracks in the no newspaper C8i be better the of jtSk merchandising prices reporting ot nationalregjpnsl epromun entrusted wtij and welfcrei have in f the BrsWsros ef publishing ft tte grurt satisfaction we feel in ow daily fc serve our cpmmwuty pf we wish to our and JQ i Sf OIL MAN WILL RENEW FIGHT Wells Says Hell Ask Rehearing on Kerrs Fund OKLAHOMA Oklahoma City oil said today he would file a petition fora rehearing on consti tutionality of the governors con tingency andemergency fund as soon as can diges the opinions of the two factions of the state The statesupreme court yester day upheld the fund by a five to four decision in Wells application for a writ to prevent expenditures from the ap Wells contended it was an illegal delegation to the governor of the legislatures appropriation powers since the purposes fpr each expen diture from it were not set forth by the I never took a licking lying down in my Wells Arid now Im like John Paul just begun to said he had no personal grievance against not even the defendants in this I ain merely fighting for con stitutional he assert CLAUDE PASSEAU LosingvTwirler Succeed Marshall FRANKFURT THE offi cers at Army headquarters here say they take it for granted that General Eisenhower will be called home to replace General Marshall as chief of Members of Eisenhowers say they know nothing of plans for his early American Broadcasting company correspondent Edward Johnson re ported from Berlin today informa tion from an usually trustworthy source that Eisenhower would leave Europe and that Joseph com manding the Mediterranean the was favored to succeed FRANK OVERMIRE Dozen Men Beaten By Coast Pickets A dozen men were beaten and three antomobiles were overturned in a melee after some 300 picket barricaded the highway leading to Warner Brothers motion picture studio this Burbank and Glendale police and sheriffs rushed in first to the restored Pick ets maintained their blockade of the and de clared they would bar entrance un til an agreement was reached in the eightmonthslorig film Army Low Chief Topmas nominated by Truman as Army advocate general with tftg ranfc of mfry JJe Js a native of ba been the d service Medal lor his jn the military State Will Help Atoka County in Prosecuting Girl OKLAHOMA Robert Kerr today di rected the attorney generals of fice to aid the Atoka county at torneyin Oklahoma on a charge of although she reportedly now is in Central Oklahoma State hospital at The was charged in con nection with the 20 slaying near Kiowa of McGraw Streck Mer chant Three Texas companions of Miss who had hitchhiked a ride with Streck also were charged with murder in the The governor in a letter direct ing the attorney general to aid Atoka County Attorney Parker in the prosecution of the quoted a letter from Parker as saying This woman is charged with murder and before we could get her to trial her mother made complaint to the county court of Oklahoma county and had her adjudged insane and she is in Norman in the insane Light Showers To Forecast disagreeable weather is expected to hang on in Kansas for a couple of days with light showers con tinuing in most said With the exception of the Neo all Kansas rivers are back in their Coffeyville reported the Verdigris within bounds for the first time in 11 but 169 south of Coffeyville is Floia said the Neosho still is two or three feet over its banks from lola the line and there is no indication that it will start falling within the next 24 THAT FEW CA TO TACKLE N f f Truman Oil Reflrierlei In Service Operation BY NORMAN WALKER The Navy was boss today over a third of the nations oil refinery President Truman seized thi strikebound plants in 15 states last night and put the job of BULLETIN The CIO oil workers leadership todfoy ordered idle union members back to work after the Navy had taken over operation of strikebound refineries on ders from President Union President Knight of the union told a news confer ence the oil workers told to re turn to work for the United States The union is not capitulating to the oil union is still on strike against the Knight 4 ting them back into production into the Navys Twentysix companies were taken Truman said the strike of workers which began caused serious short ages in fuel supplies of the armed besides endanger ing essential production and all forms of There was no immediate indica tion whether the CIO oil workers would return at once to their jobs n the seized Union Presi dent Knight reserved com Elsewhere on the troubled labor scene A fourhour interruption in the nations telephone service ex cept for dial phones was sched uled today from 1 to 5 as a protest demonstration by the National Federation of Telephone With soft coal min ers the government inter vened in another dispute Secre tary of Labor Schwellenbach in viteo John bitumin ous to meet with him The operators twice had refused to meet with mine union bach today that the mine workers will have adequate representation at your office at 10 tonior Continued on Page Four CHOICE CHOPS GOING TO BE HARD TO GET Choice chops will Rains over Most of Oklahoma BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Clouds and drizzling rain cover ed much of Oklahoma today but the weatherman promised the pre cipitation would stop and it would be warmer by tomorrow Heaviest rains the past 24 hours were in southeast Oklahoma with Poteau reporting Du rant had of an Idabel Antlers McAlester Salli saw Lawton Muskogee and Oklahoma City scapxrTluring the fall and vihter ifthe Bureau of Agricul ural economics has figured the neat situation As a many whose ap petites and jjocketbooks are more favorably inclined will have to be the bureau says in ef with lower grades of veal and In a report on the livestock and meat the bureau gave estimates on civilian de mands which might be inter preted as indicating the elimina tion of all meat rationing may be several months It said the civilian demand is expected to be equivalent to an annual rate of between 155 and 160 pounds a person for the last quarter of 1945 and the first quar ter of The Agriculture de in allocating meat sup plies for the last quarter of the said last week the supply for this period was expected to aver age about 148 Agriculture de partment and price administration officials have held several confer ences this week on the possibility of liberalizing rationing still About twothrds of the meat supply is still on the ration BUUETIN national officers of the United Automobile Workers CJQ said today that with the removal of a rebel picket line at the Ivelsey Hayes Wheel plant today the strike that has tied HP that com pany for sU weeks was virtually Japs Boost Their Tax Rate Sharply tax increases have been adopted by Japans government for the com ing fiscal year to offset great slumps in revenues clue to termina tion of the Domei news agen cy said Prices of govern mentmonopoly products also will be raised as a revenue Domei Among taxes going on restaurants and tertainment as well as all property MORE OIL ACTIVITY ma oil field developments not go neglected while strike problems fell upon the industry during the past week and operators time to contemplate an interesting discovery here and Sha Iqw finds were the highlights in field activity as the with Bryan and Qarfjeli the scenes uf latest   

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