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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - November 27, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma                                NOVEMBER 27r W45 p t J J1 7 r Vefsaillds Peacd Ridt i iHesyetIliftes petttfl fwftj UhdfeidioifllP donstriictidii M arid was1 dlsclosiff tow fey 1 American ptosecuterl at Ihg wa7 frimes triafef 20 NM Documents were laid before the HbunSl as efK from his earliest days Hitler falsified public Reports of battleship submarines and trained U in Isolated hideouts in Finland and Holland rebuilt the German airforce Bunder guise of a commercial 1 aviation Reichsmarshal Hermann Goering and Admiral ErichRaeder grinned broadly at one point as As sistant Prosecutor Sidney Al derman read from a list of instruc tions to Nazi diplomats on ways to parry questions of about the Reichs rearmament pro The instructions apparently i cause the defendants considerable Alderman commented to the Charging that German schem ing to Violate the Versailles soon after World doc iuments which lie said proved that in the very Hitler came into the German navy pro posed building a great arms in dustry By munitions to other The proposalwas made in a rec cmmendation signed by Raederin he The German admiral listened attentively as Alderman another in in Raeders hand writing which said The Commander hi chief of the navy expresses Opinion on the fleet must any oh Tage Two Secretory Vinion Deelorci In creases1oh Loom Would HurtTaxpayer UP the Treasury Fred made today that government fiscal policy Js point ed present low interest cabinet etifc a for the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and the Indiana sug 0 gestions in bankingcircles loan rates be increased In his first public statement on the ed Henry Vinsoo jsaid5U must IjVre that burden of the public wpuld be much greater if oP interest rates slightly added interest rates bqnefits by of goyernmentr lowejlevjljof tfqn than RichardHoward holds Pot of Luck in front of the air craft engine housing in which thebird hitchhiked a ride on a Braniff airliner from Corpus to where they are The which suffered abroken apparently flew through the whirling propeller while the plane was in NBA Telephoto trial Fihally in Mail Fraud Case rates Inthe wil make th buyer to get maye house valye for eacht dpllar pf ninthly pitals for and industrial concwaiiTjMKl pijtyic Curley D and five alleged associates in a war contracts charges of violating the mail fraud was set for today federal triijtj Both William special assistant to the attorney general who will prosecute the easel and William indicatedlast wereready fv fand five pthcr haves pjladed indict jment inToIvingusing the mails to The was returned Since that time the trial has been delayedseveral a year postponement the uplast April but Curley be came Last fall the case was again until afterthe re cent Boston mayoralty A week ago the trial again was post poned until today of thedefense attorneys was tied up onaholher The indictment charges that Cur ley and in bro chures and correspondence sent Continued YAMASHITA JVAS HATED BY WITNESS AVERS i ferise witness that Yamashita tpry a at criminal charges defendant brought saying a war States was un 1 y Yoshitia cjaimed the wide publi Yamashitas trial in Japan havlngj opposite to Americans toe japRneje1people kneyr a high char ia in r secretary t i v JW L f pj i ynitid states flPF ifl Japan and undersecretary FAIRLANDS SET TO GREET HERO Governor Kerr Will Appear Together Thurs day Night Committees representing the citizens of Fairland tocay were putting the finishing tfmches to Thursday nights which will officially welcome Atame their jfavorite Paul Sjvhose achievement in getting into Tokyo first after1VJ day has kept in the national fof Ittie Auto fnduitry Awaifi trfi J a eral Motofi Strike gin at in the Fairlcnd high school will in elude the introductions of his ma ternal Emma Vann Crotzer his Stella Robert Kerr Clarence Miller of first Ottawa county serviceman to enter Berlin after Germanys and other well known Davis and both offi cially met for the first time during Monday nights regular meeting of the Miami post of the Veterans Foreign Following the initiation of both soldiers into theoverseas veterans Davis and Miller told more than 100 members how they each of the Ottawa County BerlinTokyo spon sored by the local VFW postand made possible by contributions from business in dustrial firms and individuals in the vr ernment intervention appeared as the nejekstep1 in General Slo tors strike foll6wing anothel in to resunie the CIO United tomobilfij Workers of crcatiHff a eituatloH of lawlossncss at strlkeboUdd General Motors the corporation notified the union last night that a set tlement could not be negotiated while such a situation In its reply to the unions re BULLETIN CIO United Automobile workers union renewed today Us conten tion that General Motors re jection of Its negotiation pro posals in the current nation wide strike constituted flag rant violation of the National Labor Relations quest for resumption of wage the GM management assailed what it termed the illegal picketing to prevent office employes from en tering the Further widening the rift was the question of what should be dis cussed at any negotiating sessions relative to the unions 30 percent wage increase It should be clear to you and all others that we will not negoti ate with your union regarding out selling prices and said GM Vice President Ander son in a letter to the Anderson continued Unless you are now prepared to m odify your unreasonable wage abandon your at tempt to negotiate wages on the basis of our past as sumed future profits and oUr selling and are now pre pared to discuss wage adjust ments on their we do ngt think that anything can We gained by fifrther discussions of the wage issue with yourunion at this i Inquiry Board Tale promptly replied Continued on Page Kerr Gives For Land Purchase Ada Institution OKLAHOMA sum of allocated from the governors contingency fund will be used for purchase of land by East Central State Robert Kerr assigned the money to1 the state regents for higher He also allocated an additional to the regents fot use by the extension division of Oklahoma in con ducting 441 ctyb u The regents immediately the two authorized its expen expenditure at Ada directed bythe 20th Legist The 4H was the legislaturesfajl preto setHP the work duringthis tfhe taok no action on 8P ent pf forhe Ok university swferring Overseas Troops With 65 Points To Return Soon troops in the European theater of operations who have 66 discharge points can expect to be home by The Army announced yesterday that all soldiers with a critical score of 70 points should be out of the theater by and those with scores between 65 and 70 are Scheduled to depart during the first week of Those scores from 55 to 65 should be on their way home by the Army The point scores are computed as of VJ Officers as reported Washington about a fort night remain at 73 excepting the medical corps and which are Me Denies Note Handed to Japs Brought on War By JACK BELL Cordell Hull today branded as ah Infamous charge the inference in an Army inquiry boards report that the note he handed Japanese peace ambassadors louehed the button that started the Pacific The former secretary of testifying before a SenateHouse committee inquiring into Jhe Japa nese attack on Pearl as sailed in vigorous language the in terpretations made by thd Army i I sat under that Infamous charge for months when every reasonable minded person knew that the Japanese were attempt ing at that time to get complete control of the Hull def Somebody who about what was going on cares says Why didnt the United States make concessions and keep us out of war he con Any reasonable person knows that the Japanese were bent on at tack and knows that We could not haye stopped them unless we had laid down like Hull earlier testified he had only an unverified report of the attack on Pearl Harbor when he con ferred with the Japanese peace en voys at 1 Before Hull resumed his testi Senator Lucas said members of the Army board probably will be to explain their interpretation of testimony by former ambassa dor Joseph That the Hull note was the document that touched off Jlie button that started the Grew has challenged the During his discussion of the Army board Hull paused Continued on Page Seven FLOYD DEAD AT Held 700 Planes Are Enroute to Is Claim 27 WITH FOREIGN POLICY to Chiha Aven ftl DlplemoU Have Discarded Charles held in con nection with the triple shooting of and Delbert Match ett and Matchetts Fred chief petty officer on leave from the on the front porch of the victims home in NBA Telephoto OCCUPATION OF GERMANY AIRED McNarney Says Troops May Remain There 10 Maybe Longer Joseph McArney Patrick Hurley his resignation as Unit Chinese Nationalists today heard ied Stfttes ambassador to that some 700 American planes are asserted American foreign being flown into presum PoHTcy jn ablv for their Central In a formal state Hurley charged that the United States had finished the war in the Far East furnishing endlease supplies and using all our reputation to undermine de mocracy and bolster imperial ism and The retiring ambassador to Chungking said he agreed entire ready has cost several American iJy witn tne outline of American There were 11 crashes last foreign policy which President Thursday when 22 P61s flying j from Kumming to the Shanghai j area encountered a weather Gushing was told the flight was ordered by the War department and that the 10th airforce was bringing transports and the 14th airforce Ranking officers told Gushing the aircraft undoubt edly will be given to the Chinese airforce officials said it ably for their Central gov ernment troops drove to within 90 miles of vital rail center in the battle for Associated Press Correspondent Riahard Gushing wrote from Shanghai that virtually every fly able American plane in India and Burma was being flown into China in an operation which1 al is vital that the United States protest Allied gains in Gushing but the men fly ing the aircraft are debating angrily whether they ought to be risking their lives three months after the end of the BULLETIN Patrick resigning as ambassador to China declared thatv a third World war was in the predicted would be today that occupied at Germany least 10 Cooler Weather Forecast Today BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bright but slightly cooler weather was forecast for Oklaho ma today by the federal Highest temperature in the state yesterday was 71 at Mc and Gage had the lowest during the night with Other readings below freezing included Guymon Waynoka Elk City Ponea City and Ard more There was a trace of rain at Oklahoma TuJsa and Floyd 44 years a Mi resident for many died Monday at the Printers home in Colorado He had been in ill health for some Before leaving Miami in 1938 he was an employe of the Miami NewsRecord for 21 Survivors include his Beatrice and a Alvin both of Colorado Springs a Jack Bowserin service somewhere in the Pacific a daugh Norma Jean Cole of Oklahoma City a Myrtle Beard of and two Claude Hicks of and Earl Hicks of Los are in Burial will be in Forrest Lawn cemetery in Los BeggstoMuskogee Highway Proposed OKLAHOMA A delegation of 64 citizens of Okmulgee and Greek counties appeared before ert Kerr and the state highway commission today to advocate the construction of a new highway from in Okmulgee to Under the proposed plan the new road would hook up with State Highway fro m Bristow to Muskogee State Mountcastle said the new highway would relieve other overburdened in the area and permit bet ter maintenance by easing traffic New State Highway a Memorial OKLAHOMA Of The State Highway commis will be asked to approve a plan of the Murray county Wai to designate state highway 23 between Sulphur and Davis as Murray county memorial said chairman of the War Dads said it would be beau tified by the planting of trees in honor of county war About one for each pf Murray countys men and women in the would be planted years and probably He spoke at a press conference as he assumed command of Amer ican troops in the European the ater from General new Army chief of Chungking newspapers said Na1 atmy in the tionalist forces advanced 40 miles along the rail road to 90 miles from There was no report of unconfirmed press reports indicated the Rus sians will permit the Nationalists to garrison They as serted a number of Chiangs offi cials had returned to Manchurian The Soviets also were said to Truman made in his Navy day but stated that profes sional diplomats in the lower echelons were frustrating attain ment of announced policy Hurley said that when he was assigned to China he was directed by President Roosevelt to prevent collapse of the Chiang KaiShek government and keep the Chinese have pledged the safety of Na xr I tionalist troops flown into Chang McNarney said the whole chun or Army policy would be directed military civilian the to From both the strategical and diplomatic viewpoint the foregoing constituted our chief he The next in importance was the directive to harmonize the relations be tween the Chinese and military establishments and between the American embassy in Chung king and the Chinese govern Both of these were toward turning government over administration as soon as pos the who would direct the program had not yet been Harold Bull will become chief of staff in the Euro pean succeeding j Walter Bedell Mc Narney said Eisenhower had re quested that Smith be released within three weeks to assume a I new position in Hurley that it was no secret that the Ameri i can policy in China did not have Russia will adhere to the spirit i the support of all the career men of the SinoSoviet frendship and alliance these reports declar but will postpone withdrawal in the Stale The professional foreign fierv 5SLf srxzzzy drawal date was ORDERED TO TRY A NAVY CAPTAIN Continued on Page Two The Navy today ordered a general courtmartial to try Charles commander of thewar cruiser Indianapolis which Army Accepts Six Men for Regular Service Monday was Full Employment Act Delayed Anew w XT The House expenditures commitithe Washington Navy yard at 10 tee today rejected a proposal to3 est and the pro resume consideration of the adceings Wl11 be the Navy resume consideration of the ad ministrations socalled full em ployment the committee voted 17 to 3 to continue study of a sub stitute version setting as a fed eral goal a level of employ The substitute was draft ed by an expenditures subcom Chairman Six including World enlisted in the Army here a mem lost in the Philippine so I ber of the staff an The court will convene at nounced todav David with 32 months previous service in the European theater of signed up for a threeyear hitch in the antiaivcraft His The Navy declined to disclose any details of the specifications or the nature of the courts in home is in The sailed Tyrell OBrien of who server sereval months in Northern from France and England before VJ San Francisco July 36 on a special i day enlisted for three years in the highspeed run to carrying atomic bomb She deliv I ered her cargo and was torpedoed Planet 40 Soldiers Are Still Missing NEW of the India Burma theater sai4 today that an airplane carrying 40 homebound American soldiers had been miss in India for three An intensive search has failed to BRITISH UNEB IN uncover any trace of the plane or NEW its The plane left The iritish her in northeast deks and portholes throned with for the west India port of Kar along the eight Moon stretch of road bUI 1JCUUCU Manasco July after departing from said the committee would meet Guam for the Philippines bUt that A total S80 crew members JuM doubted whether an agreement were either killed would be reached on the legisla tion until late this Cardin Youth Faces Charge Here Today Leroy 17yearold Card in was arraigned before Judge John Venable in county court today charged with embez zlement of property growing out of his failure to return a truck to its rightful owner over the After he posted a Harlin was ordered by the court to appear for preliminary hearing on I According to County Attorney i Wounded Richard the defendant is I alleged to have used a truck ownj ed by Frank Joplin haulj ing for purposes other than for which Harlin voluntarily reported answer the charge or listed as THREE ARE INJURED OKLAHOMA men were injured when a 300gallon gasoline truck burst into flames while it was being loaded here He is Other enlistments include Charles 413 South Emily three years in the aircorps Ray Bax ter three years in the aircorps Charles North three years in the and Donald 502 D street 18 months in the regular Thfe recruiting team will return to Miami next Monday to accept enlistments in the regular Applications will be accepted from Olen Clarence men 17 to 34 years of and Charles all Oklahoma suffered DUE IN NEW YORK Aboard the General Stewart due in New York 24 was Les sheiripg arrived here completingher eighth transatlantic trip since VE day JN SANFKANCISCQ Pue in Sftii Francisco Sunday the QttpJWears was The fsilure to fiijd clue in any of the thousands of villages along the route led some at head quarters to believe that the plane had flown off its course to the northward to give the passengers a look at David 17 years shown in General Kan sas upon his arrival by motor car from New York where he allegedly was in volved in a tavern holdup dur ing which a shot severed his spinal A holt order was placed on the youth at the re quest of New York NBA TeJephpto Neodesha To Play In Baseball Loop of the KansasOkla homa Missouri baseball league was assured last night when Neo took a franchise and posted the protection fee of the National Association of Baseball temporary announced The five other towns on the cir cuit are and Cha and A Dutch former ma jor and minor league pitcher now a motor car was elected head of the Neodesha Tru man Justice was elected secre Dale said that Scott and are considering Fort Scott holds a meeting City Council Will Meet Next Monday The Miami city sched uled for a meeting Mon day will meet next Mayor EMillner Last nights session was called off because of the lack of a vot ing One member of the board was ill and another was out of the city on   

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