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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 15, 1944, Florence, South Carolina                             Fit JOl'llI CAHOI 'I.-, i.i SPOT COTTON Nf-.v Oflcanf. H-'.TV-TIi; average price c-! n-'.e cutloil UxJ.i> :it I'.n eJrsurat- cd wjihein cents a bale lov.cr 21.39 A for ivK n-.arkel 21.Ct; i. '.-i inch aicntc JEASTERXT SO UTH DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY KLORKXCK, S. C.. WKDNKSDAY MOUNINO. NOVKMi'.KK 15. 1911 DAILY KXCKPT MONDAY PRICE FIVE CENTS NEWS BRIEFS URE OF METZ SEEMS IMMIN E Third Army Russians Plan Death Strike At Budapest Set Stage to Atcom- plish Fall of ilinijrar- iaii Capital. Hold 1'osi- Uango of City. Capture hallway Town. I Nuv. '.VaTj-hnl Rudicn Y. MuHnovsky set lonUh: for the fall of ol Hungarian capital ar.l f his Rnnor. artillery and ir.l'ynuy into a Mtanptins 1, n round the city. of the day's operations of ti.f Ufd Army on the isrxWen I'Mi tu'iit -A-ere aimed at pcttinc iMin If-r a, death strike 0 announced" capture of :i! More ir.ni: 3j 1.5 in j i: fur cast ond i.o; liit' oi Hitler's laM salcl- :id liquidation of Ihe- the eaM Norwegian Troops Join Reds On Arctic Front .v.y bTT.ilgihcad i-: fnfi and Duna with capture 45 and ih.u v.-l] ri l.ir.i J u- ,u MM- Mir .Tr.i ;.i.i to tr-eir e.isy i'I on the. sou'.h. Byrnes To Stay On Job Until Germany Falls Washington. Nov. LTntil Germany capitulates, thr hand ol president" Jirr.es K. Bjinos -will fulrfc thf nation's var economy and preparation Jor it5 return to peace. President Hoofcvelt announced today that he ixrsuAdcd for a second tin-.r, tn t-otjc his planned return to pri- vate- life and tu' a.s uirc-c tor of thr OJli'c Mobiliza- tion and Reconversion until V- Dny in FXirope. The House announcement predictions1 Sn hiph official that Frtrt M. ci- 11% The Nov. H.- Noiwcl- their homeland from the lirilkh in Norway and are d-eratbie with ihc the Gttmftiw'on the Arctic front, the exiled rr.ent announce.I tonijlit. somewhere in the far north, the fiist detach- to icturri since tho joined the Kus- pian-t as the Gemuns. In ret real ever Harrm wastes of Fir.n- rrurk. prepared defence I'nos In the south against a passiMc Al- lied hwas-Icn fioiTi i ho an all-out Soviet ilihf- -The smill vanguard. run-.beiir.S under KX> was ltd by Col. Ann? devastation.: of tlie Office ct b: named shortly (o succeed Byrnes for Ihc full year term prescribed l.y the Jlccosucr-'-ltni Ait October 3. Byrnes, who quit the Supreme Court to join Mr. -Aar- command, orcanizcd and headed the riefurct Oftice ol War M a co He six tn accrp; tcrr.pcrarv leadership of thr r.w OWMR created l-y Congress, but I L.I i n I'.i oiks t "a'mo', sit v men drove noitli and K.iith.wst. ftvni Monnr aiici took nn.-i Ptteri. rept-tering pains thru- to five iiules. Tiad asked to be excused MVU i r t-oM Itioy look bic carrying the bur- ra-.l-.va-.- to n yf Xaeykain, 27 i den. nirf> ul and 10 as lo liU Miccessoj o: JaWcercr.y. and i promptly fixed Vfrtfort. while iheiT hold closely on Nuh I friends   expire Dec. and revival of crop ;Insurance bolh Democratic t and Re- publican party" 'platfonns cii: -_t thought j federal-Mate highVay also 5houM bo at a of of The n.rot.ri; held at tie Cu'oiiUu Thc.itre. It :isiertt tli.it c the c-inniiii; it tin- Cf lo r: ia 1 T! ;ca i c fi yin li.'.e iiriiil ten o'cl-'Ck. this tiis'c 1S minutes t  orn- utr program since of ihc 4S state legislators con- vene early" r.ext year. A program ii pending the state leyisJaturcs car.ny' art tn assure state congress ,acts. While the gathered legis- lators busily faapped election corfratulations and the foMoTcini; proposals were plac- ed before them: Pre itdcn t Roose. 400. W-CMV-o tnu'ean of ya rds' n nd docics. From acting -War Food Admin- istrator Ashley' a bouM. Ucm to S5.DeO.UOU.- OCXJ in the limit on the Commodity Credit Corixrat ion's bo; rowing pow ers. Stiicrs es: Im-itcd lhat farm price --supports will T-e netcl- ed at Ifast through 1356. He also ajkcd an easing of rrslrictions on Ntlci of cotton licW by the CCC. sajint; othtruisc may be unable to adequate quantities. yrc-'m Attorney Ocneral out TL-arraTiti-: ol i'i of being" aliens tion. EorTj chairman itild Prom unatnnan Mauiy ecs arc to co to the usual let. of the s-r.i.iUpr .war plants tor- ihen po to Ihr Iheattc tn "req'iMt-thai the nyen- t-ody; The be cy be "cciitir.tifd ?fter Ihc. VHrjat trii u'ctock. public is al- and IIK iipttftl rrcrrasrd l.x'ni so (nyitcd Attend the prop i a to ir.osl o.' thefc ilc.stinecl to the the- new congie.v. St put h fcrj on IXiii-i 11. liinan for Ihr Sixtli Mr. Mclcod Ihc Is belnc placeil on the ir.erc In I'. for each In ihc initial -Jay's program J. V. No'.cn. Retail A vital I ail of J3van's a ihjcnl ol incut as Arrrrfr.-ui field 111.11 iriers I he fiieiuy by inrcuirir a hard-nitilnj: tloutl ihroi country of on CVrliTira Hay. At ilatt-or. CTi ,t r "vV. .N i n iltr n nnomxvu at .id's iniul fleet carrier planes urea S-inaa; ci M'I 11 J a j-.ti ICE a ci :c I dock t nocic ed ?n J.i r-! i R e-se ria r.e.s u of Il-.c Jky. and ttoni to 1 ID more. One Jai'-Tiie.-e liatjt cruiser wa and un Jl cargi riijia oilers or left ;i niji cl-iiii 'Sed, Admiral JTc ann.'iir.ctd ttm inaiim- Cor esH I r.ca r t riC Ha lUf Soidkrs. of th- U. S. jlth .11-. ihe twai the j car's tnc nork >-f tlir and another star of one enotimifd on Nov. It t !u IV.tf l.lT- w'ni thuc War -At'tk of the oilier will. j 11 "I as at pr.Mnt" MM War officSnU. who Ivnc I Kepuhlicuns For Hiininlcr Orders riT cr.s that they b< on -MKH Brit ish Bias! 1 l -e any action on 11 ic bv Cnalrnwn W I Ot and IT. Fr.irk fJral-.ini. ir.nt ll-.ry t'.c iKflrri, They have j-erved i: H--IS started in J.innary. on the KM th-' they h.ivr on on c ri illi.ini w. IIIclll N.-ard, ;r I-il-vr an i huh ai5o Ti t.1; f cur ir.d1 ry Nuv. y. HriiUh h.firr.c fket truck tr.other Mow nt Mhat L -n k Of an Il-sliip con- xtv r-fl Ncrivay and dro-.e H Wnth N ta a.-Tioj e. it a i d ii ronicht. r- sii-l tic JOOK- Two ir.-a the whole and j not tell whtu he hnve I'jrthrr rti the WLK. tra- the Two Injured In Hand Car Wreck on rounding I-ttT Kjjers'jnd. Norway. r.ortn and inflicted losses without any iia'.erial ;igr in The Nazi con- toy. an AttrnlrsiUy incl'-dfl M-cUss and was taken en- Urtiy r.y "In or-ier to cairj- "Jt the ai- the salrf, "His ih-'-horr, iheni er.rrny oiaMnl f at- The shore baldrics tf.C action, bul their fiir. the and r.onr of M '.A r, r-A a ny e i! jl da rr.a It Thai there a fmal e-f riMi thr Ttr if T; Mij-port ot Jter-ut'liciin.- "the by 1 n urptii ilicm lo j. This U-LLS :i bill DHl vcnriiv fa- if foi l-s piiM'i.t rate i It pointed nui I eacli vrto cui'Trf uliim to the store Liter or po by the G U-T ra n ty iT.iT.fc n T t ct ni- r-.i ny u r ih c t Ii Cn i ol I n Na Har.Jc for hk ;tt nhicli lirr.c Mjner.diT Ins re- Uf.-- 1-Ics a l the r. k s 11 r CiUi T-c stturoi at tl.r ol cr.otinutfl on Ormoc road boulh of IO-A on ihe firs ell i- Lion ciualrvn.eii 4- 1 iriij No ;-nd 'Jilt. CaU >'aian rhla ntTlon criitrrcrl in We r-oi Iliem of Ornux- rid' ii. As il'.r- I utillrry laid t ifflc Encircles Fortress Meanwhile British Troops Strike KasUvarcl Fnnti Ncdenvicrt In A Strong New Offensive-. GviMians iiVillulraw Trout .Mouse Ji.-avy J.-il-- Asserts Russia Wonl Urcak Wilh Japan Hy 'Ihc Press Ti-k j o rad '.'j sa Id tod ,iy i Wed. Mftly tc a.v.urncd" lhat HussU v.ill not break her I ii i uith Japan In the ;l. L. r, Anderson u Killed In Crash to Mornlnj; N'C'AS: Nov. I.I. t'. Andrrton. Jr.. anny." 1 killed jfs-ttriJiy In cnifh uJ Staiirj Hi at -Aill lo 1 a Wur nt tl.r only lh...t: -M- Imr It fl Ills Mr. ihc i Mr-., y. Antlcrsc-ii. Sr. [he 0( cnrmy riniil Il-.c rr-A. a- j nrvl-k-nt ocrurrtt! al Will 1-on.s arc tor the frunt. it OXld. J-'jr.dil MM, "wlnxirr will c-.r-jif.. arr to iriisl HUM he tc HimnilT. it i-aid. time c to tulcc ar p tin. l.lirr I.t. He or Marlon i I (Ji Seoul Executive Board 'Meets; Good Attendance [rorn tvr for an Council n-.ret-1 nitr r.f the entire r.rmfre-ship nf j in SUPKK.MK COUKT IIKAKS API'KALS Columbia, N'o-v. 14 A ells- boundary and an irsurancr arc involved in t-ay to be heard tomorrow hy the Suprrme Couth it liMtr.ed to arsr'irr.fnt.'i In three to- day in Ihc second of n f'.-ur day term. The 1-lfe com- pany -arm appeal a jury AT nrrtinr a death pajnicnl on a SJ.009 lo Mrs. Mary of eo-jnty. KM! vill be by KNr niyn 1 lo-.-ii a n d' o  N-iv. 14- todav. th.: :-barji- piled Intu drifts In BlAck I fills area of Boulli icota 3rd arid !ed :u North rxifcou. Schtx-15 tu the Hljc't HiJ ere an-1 h'ijliTm: by plirc ice Hie merniry rtropp'.d Iv Mond-iy nfght. 10? a'j'.oo-.'.'bilo en hlgliT-iy tct'Atcn Ci'y mid (J'.r Army Air b'lt flr.M. rfnorts 1 p-i n ts e-.-'; re v' Tl me-iv'ired a bo :t in limpid City [o thrrc feet in ily northern 1; While Tiefrrern j-ar; The ixtkota -Aas OMi.rt H I.IS Inch M'T. Mi-r, v as a N'ai- fri- nt Ut'.-rc uiifcrrexJ field. Tlic l.e a.s t.'iJciiij; I mini: i- colnc oxers re pl.iy u bellige ihc Pacific Ity Al STIN licadquartcrs Allied Kx- tVici'3, i'siris, Nov. ll trooj-s itruck fast- ward from Ncdcru cx-rt 1 :i a r.e .v 'deil r.y u 400 today :ia Amert- ah Tnlrj Ara-.y closed wa miles of ihc Ion row city il Mcts it 'Ithe. end of the tlr-st week of -lout. Gen. George S. Paiton's ulnler oflcnMve. .A-frontline dispatch AMO- lated i Press Ned tt.e tiruHh, had cd" Kind LSI f.rs: hours of attack, uhicli Jutr.pctt oil at I jt. lind ol the Nooid and canals easl ol Nordncis ihc Gtni'.atu a- handonrd Mirjcl. Indicating they were their Mr.'natti frorn the region west of the Mass river, 'AwoclateO Jl an kins the fn'l of has bctn by Morni In times, nppear- td to be a innuirr v, n not hours, barring a juiclcc 5tor.d by the Gcrrr.ans in llic Inr.rr ring of fortifications or lighting the itrects. ration's forplnj a h'-rsc- iticre around His ciiy. captured five forttned on the out- skirts of Mcti pnrt mrTowed the escape 'C'p' lj e ?LOIU eraht miles. The- Mfih which IOO'A For i L. yesterday caplurM Pert 1 today a i id drove to two miles of tlw south and uhi'e the Dili t.cd a rr.r at lark frnm tl-c and j-ouixU-d to a point Ihrei; nules Ironi the city. Both ucre cajuurcd found to viitiiout guns were gi'.rn up -Aithout serious struggle, but Hawkins talJ the Ger-, mfl ns were fLgtuir.j: to now r.ijiii Around cloe-cr to thf city. The surprising case uiih uhlch the Yanks were in on Mcls jXiscd a more I-aiKliu the GrriLiAi'iS ely to hold Kurt Urlnr.L on ihc h.-nc not Ux-n uN- trrvcd In nr.y u-holcsaltf from the city. nox ls surrounded en ihtce 5l-cs. But it la that the cmmi cot'la In a tmrulcai-t beamed to the a "fnvial com mciitfiry uri'.Urii by Dr. Kosaka Te-rniil.tr iJoctor nf l.iv.' jii'.d aulTi- ority inttr national telutio: continued ru Jex-ci'li St iii'.s of Ja[ wet-it as nut- ion." Tosnnla the irf-'T a.s dipl-.-ni i'ic lure.% He a.-srert nTid Anxr 'ztic rn-eh from the r acicr of the n'.'I- Ify." and were 'Tcrrins to y.f srrnui Tho Un- sSrjiply bcot'uc they h-nc a enemy td fiirht with kt aid." able portion of ihc fortrcrs CAT- tLvjns liiiritr Ihc u! nr.d ihick u-eather has mace observation from Ihe air in recent IJesicles I-V-rt L today, the l-llth ilivi.-lun T-'ge 5 Body Is Found and C'- Va.; Ms WllI of TXuld A nt Will- At Un.. An-Irrr-Ti Olif.. [IP Tr.fd nhife nlr-'Mi: In T Anny Ms! Mehln Rain, tilled In !or- a  J. Ir. Lj'.s Ihr re laI.'K ar.rt no nil b' itir In- an-. xt wuHi f nl- H'.ii-.-. .--il'I. to Ulnt t rioM.ir.s and o that Ih- lli.u-'- in Ihr .iia. It t-f Fur tears. xni.i Avrn'ir en- "i'i main ap- prialr.a'ly. he tl.r Uhu- tl.r [ran-'r I -Ii t.j tlir rxtv-iti.r i'r-.'idrni fii'1 h I'j'rr -Mil be mil I so rl-3. 
                            

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