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   Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1943, Provo, Utah                                CoU The Uelald a you dont receive yo ir Herald Defore call 495 oclock and copy will be cent to before 8 The for Vrova i little atare tonight brief newbjr mountains thia FIFTYEIGHTH 23 UTAH JULY 1943 UTAHS HOCTH nr PRICE HVE CENTS ermans ussian 5 Men Against erenaers o ver Wid e ront House Pave Way For Adjournment Senate Recedes From Attempt To Outlaw Administrations Price Rollback Plan UTAH COPfffl DISPUTE AT With Other Executives July 8 Developments here today indi cated that settlement 01 uie tangled Martique situation might coincide visit forces in the Washington commander of French North Africa and co WASHINGTON July 8 senate today re ceded from its attempt to outlaw the administrations sub sidized rollback of food and perhaps opened the way for congress to start its summer vacation by The which voted 36 to 28 last Tuesday to ban the payment of subsidies to roll back withdrew from that position today on a vote of 34 to Senate action came alter the house had refused to ac cept the Senates ban in the lief that it would result in a presi dential veto such as was accorded a similar congressional expresHI Wtllwlv flion a week Approval The subsidy ban had been at tached to an emergency resolution extending the life of the commodi ty credit corporation until The resolution nbw must go back to conference for formal agree ment by conferees on acceptance of the resolutions wording with out the subsidy Formal ap proval of such an aggreement by both house and senate was expect after completing action three pending appropriation ills on which both houses of con gress are virtually con gress will be ready to take its first extended recess until the world war started with the Ger man invasion The motion that the senate re cede from its opposition to sub sidies was offered by Francis one of tfte and supported by v John co author of the controverted amend Walter assailed the motion to recede and proposed that the Commodity Credit Corporation be allowed to remain in operation until congress returns from its recess in Sep Joseph said that congress had made perfectly clear its opposition to and that the realistic course now would be to assume that officials charged with ad ministering the subsidy program would be guided by that ex pressed He said he had not received any assurance that the subsidy program would not be Another potential bar to a start of the summerrecess was cleared away during the morning when the house agriculture committee voted 9 to 6 to table a approved by the senate which would have raised the ceil ing price of corn from to Committeemen the bill Gara dark Met At Hospital Of Heart AM Riley Garner prominent physician and and one of the founders of tht Clark died early this morn ing at the of coronary While Clark hadbeen ill for several he had been showing signs of steady improve jnent of and his passing came as somewhat of a shock to family and He was remov ed to his home from hospital a few weeks was return Lad there Thursday night when hi 1 I had a wide not I oWy in but in surrounding and was a devout and member of the holding many Allie Webb and four brothers and one as foUows John Utah Joseph Stanley Oarl ESden Clark of I Pern Phoe was bom October of Rfley Gar Jlargaret HoiMoo Clark was inued s and he fwo president of the French commit tee of national arrived yesterday as officials began take more optimistic view re garding the subject complications Tot more than three The smartly uniformed Giraud had tea wiui President Roosevelt yesterday giving him the opportunity to be gin conversations believed would be which it was extended later to include Secretary of Cordell Hull and other From came the by the commit tee of national liberation that it had appointed Henri Paul Jacomy as commander of French forces in Gaude loupe and French From sources here it was learned that Admiral Georges the pres ent high commissioner at Mar is expected to step down are being it was and Roberts retirement is considered only a matter ot Jacomy probably will be the new commissioner at Henri Etienne of the French military minion has been been named delegate ex traordinary to act for the French committee at Algiers when the time arrives for appointment of the new Hoppenot is still in awaiting he outcome of arrangements now oeing made by Vice Admiral John commandant of the 10th naval district in the Caribbean Giraud was asked by a French speaking reporter at the White House yesterday whether he had visited Martique white en route to Washington from 5iraud gestured a vigorous nega AMEBICABT BOMBERS KAID CANTON SAN July 8 OS Japanese communique is sued from the south China head quarters reported todayapproxi mately 20 American bombers and Intervention Likely In Strike Oi Railroad Workers July s National Mediation Board announced today that it has taken jurisdiction in a strike at the Utah Copper and said it would move for quick action to settle the Production of 27 per cent of the nations copper ore is threatened by the dis New Russ Battle Raging s THe new German offensive along a Big Thihg VT CARL United Press Staff Correspondent Julys dispute between the Order of Railway Conductors and the Utah Copper crippling production of 27 per cent of the nations cop per remained at a stand still Meanwhile immediate govern ment appeared M executive officer of the labor the ninth service reported armyofficials inWashington had asked the national railway media tion board to settle the If the board fails to or either party refuses to recognize Tierney aaid the War Labor Board undoubtedly would be called into the Men Remain the 57 conductors and brakemen of the 17 mile rail road tliat hauls ore from the cop per companys Bingnam mine to the Magna and Athur smelters near the shores of Great Salt Lake remained spokesman the workers reported the men remained firm on their stand and would leave the next move up to the company or the general manager of the copper remained silent on the companys The army stepped ihto the dis pute last night when Tierney met with the workers and asked them to return to work immediately to keep up the flow of copper to war manufacturers After an hour meeting in which the men reviewed their year fight to gain recognition as railThere is no thought of a gains at points indicated on this n ip but Moscow reported today all the advances had been wiped 165mile front made temporary In FORCES CLOSE M ON ENEMY BASES Gains On New Georgia Island Follow Kiila Gull Victory By BYRON TAVES United Press Staff Correspondent ALLIED HEADQUAR July 8 Ue Jungle fanning out from new bridgeheads only a few miles closed in on the last two enemy bases on New Georgia Island today a smashing 9tol American naval victory inthe battle of Kula and perhaps Japanese cruisers and destroyers were de stroyed by American warships in a little more than minutes of actual fighting early a communique Douglas supreme commander of coordinated South and South west Pacific announc Completes Another Japanese warship was to complete a sweep for the American the sinking or damaging of every Japanese ship sighted in the bat Mediterranean As Allies Gear For Great Offensive BY HUGH BAILLIE United Staff Conespondent Copyright United Press ALLIED North July 8 gigantic challenge the Allies in assaulting Htlers European fortress slaps you in the face when you enter this war theater and become aware of the tremendous preparations under Back in Washington they talk of an offensive being here you see You also realize where your young rubber tires and beef have President Roosevelt the enemy will be hit until he doesnt know his bow x from MS Prime Minister Churchill said it would occur before the of autumn When or where who can say Tension In The Air There is tension in the fighters raided Canton Wednes road they voted to re turn to but only as employes of the Bingham and Garfield rail They had walked off the job Tuesday night in protestagainst a recent copper company that they would be considered em ployes of the copper company and not of the Both com affiliates of the Kennecott copper The men pointed put that a likely would deprive them of railroad retirement and other Ticrney told the men the gov ernment couldnot stand further Ion of but his return to work proposal received a cold Although the strike caused no Continued on Page Two RAF Blasting of Ruhr Dam Held Greatest Disaster July 8 UE Dues fhe RAF blastinr of the Module There have been three iamin the Ruhr valley tore a hole feet wide and 82 feet deepin the dams face and wtthln 20 minutes all the Water had pour ed rushing toi an engulfing torrent through the vital indus trial This information was in an eye witness account in aa uneenaored letter reaching Norwegian circles The letter said in part You win have got my letter In which that Tommy hit the Moehne this m th which befeO Bn to MB comparison with direct hitsby mine Fifty 164 16 a I wrote of the dam were blown v The dam was M feet high or deepin the walerr Of 02 Were bucked leaving abwt 16 feet seven mQes within nine In 20 all the water had run Neheim aa4 M nottmg but Cadavers floated Netderaaee Continued on Page Two easy A tremendously for midable enemy mustbe pounded to pieces mathematically with air sea power above man No Axis similar to the last days in is That Tunisian sur render was the result Of a verizing the full velocity of Which may not be comprehended historygives it head ot this colossal orxaai utioa is Dynamic Dwtght who apparratly to to come pretty close to betas several places He civil war generate horses to get aronad over awar area of 009 eaaiv alent to the distance from New York to Salt take la one day be visited eight flew and spent the remainder of hia tune nspecttag eonf arranging and QGCUIMM WnlCn h the first is no aecond the Despite the BUehhow er looks fresh and Be is no He stages no act but works As supreme commander of all sea and air forces he carries one of the heav iest responsibilities ever placed on the shoulders of any general in all the history of but Mthout a trace fatigue or Other campaigns and other wan will be by this In the last war the enemv lay in benches and concrete pill boxes behind barbed wire nar row apace called no mansi you recan ing efforts were required to has had plenty of jtime to prepare due to the staggering task oftransporting men and equipment to this distant shore in Nobody here expects it will be any any triumphal whirl It will not be another Oe The biggest surface clash since the of Lunga Point in the Southern Solomons more than months cost the Americans only the 700ton light cruiser Helena sunk and boosted the number Of Jap anese warships destroyed since the start of war to 146 and perhaps and those damaged to In addition 36 probably have Japanese garrisons on Georgia Island apparently at least temporarily from and 17 xVjuy troops and Marines were believed preparing to strike a knockout against on the southern shore and the main enemy base the Central Solo and against the supply port pf Bairoko 10 miles to the Seize r MacArthur disclosed that ground forces swept across the fivemilewide Blanche channel ideas at home are kidding them compared with the Spanish Armada was a tion of paper boats sailed in a bathtub are These ships are likely to become mathematical calculations when figured in terms of tohages but when seen in masses on the Medi terranean they come Many harbors and many with exoticnames and are scenes of intense Yet there is no feeling of or lrcision timing seems to Its a very businesslike proceeding only it is bigger than any business prise the world ever Practically every male is in uni but the unif6rms are work ing A majority of the resemble football play ers trained to the finest physical Continued on Page Two Monday and bridgehead Continued On Page Two Japs CJaim 30 Allied Warships Sunk or Damaged BY UNfTKU Japanese imperial headquarters asserted Thursday that the Japa neses garrison at New were counterattacking American troops who landed at Nassau Bay arid Australianforces Savage Offensive Designed to Trap Red Army Forces Stalingrad in Reverse Is Goal of Hitler Hordes in New Drive Moscow Admits No Decisive Gains by Nazis BY UNITED PRESS German nearly pressed a savage offensive today in an attempt to achieve a Stalingrad in by chopping off the Red armys Kursk salient and wiping out its estimated On the fourth day of the sprawling battle between Orel and in which the Russians acknowledged slight Nazi gains at the lower end of the while Berlin claimed breakthroughs at both the pattern of the conflict be AXIS SHIPPING TOLD jan to Russian and Gorman accounts nade it evident that the Nazis Mer striving to slice across the base of tne Kursk Salient looping JeeP into their lines by attacking southeastward from Orel and northeastward from July 8 of tons of axis shipping has been sunk or damaged seri the allied occupation If the trip could be sprang in a massive Red Army force presumably would be doom in the same manner as Marshal Friedrich Von Paulus sixth Qtr man army at RuaaianaUaaiatedit and accounted if North Dingle for itir troops to the last parliamentary secretary of the of economic told commons Opening a debate on the work of the Foot placed ton nage sunk of and tha damaged severely at Germanys tonnage no doub haa reduced to the bar minimum needed to meet essential military and econonu Foot Though a certain number c bockade runners passed be Germany and Japan in Ihfc sprin and summer OL last he saU traffice has been virtually to a He estimated that the lost at sea in the last 12 month not less than tons of rul tons of ton edible Gils and smaller but nc less important quantities of tung steri and Japan lost heavy machinery machine tools and other essemk industrial Foot rt Recent information that the Germans are moving al possible equipment from tht bombspattered Ruhr which produced one third to two fifths northeastward advancing recorded by United San broadcast a recapitulation of communiques of all German Foot If that is it is extremely significant on the face because it shows the themselves know that the battle of the Ruhr is He said the Germans were making strenuous efforts hi fromcrease stee production in France Belgium and DYKE COLLAPSES July 8 claiming that morethan 30 allied himdred feet of an earthem dyk warships and military caved in the steady pound were eilher sunk or daming of high Lake Erie waves to aged between June 30 and July 5 threatening to flood in the RendovaNew Georgia oper acres of land 15 miles east or Oitiit 1344 to fe Foir Tina That Of Axis DoiaU Neta TORONTO July s Chairman Donald Nelson o the War Production Board djs cloaed today that the allied arm output in 1944 may be nearly four as that of the Umes Be said in a speech before the Cana club that the allies out producedthe axui by almost tfv arid that In t United output may reliably expected to be near lytirte times axis Ndzol Anglican continent jreat twice as much in as the the It f ied ialands as outer which the outraged world will visi on fascist Kelsons remarks les than 48 hours after hehad re in Waahiiujtonr report ahowtaig a ening arms pro ducUon m and imid fndica ttons that the June record wouk The report did not explain conference m Waahington before dtparUre Toronto blamedTit on manpower p and other Both that to not show a substaatiai imwove hat they expect a sharp up wing in late summer and fall hich will enable the nation to teet its 1943 anna warned the enemy today ot to take too much comfort om the socalled sagging tht ome front in the State i recent Mt the same time ie he would be last tc the serious effects o fpasmodic strikes and riots jbe war production the trend toward vic tory is with the affiea fie empha sised taat it can be auatahwd only brooch the imremtttinr effort of ie Cantionjnf avainat dangers of ovtrcoriirldeece he Mid we know stU retain sta conceded that WteGfcr mans had blasted out slight gains in the Belgorod sector for the second straight but claimed io decisive breakthrough had been scored anywhere and the Soviets iad not budged an inch on the JrelKursk section of the 165mile Tallying the cost to the Nazis if the first three days Of the of the Russians said they iad Killed enemy troops ind wrecked planes and Sagging of the Red army lear Belgorod was to be expected inder the weight ofone the nost concentrated armored blonfs f all the Soviets ad ling that the situation was in no to be regarded as serious so On the other the German command claimed iU assauit orces hadbroken through deeply ortified Soviet positions near orod and south of destroy ng more than 400 Russian The fact that the Soviet Ime generally was holding firm in confidence in London that to general breakthrough waa im Military observers pointed ut it was the first time a man offensive had been checked at such an early stage on the eastern but cautioned that measure of Nazi success woutet not be While the Russians were tangX d in a bloody struggle with the the western Allies car ried through the fifth dayan in air assault on out osts in the A united Press dispatch from African re orting the new attacks on SicUJf aid said the air fleet aa the day for the assault Continued on Page War In Brief TTNITBD PRESS PACIFIC against Hunda after establiahlnV bridgeheads on New Georgia ialiMtt a central Solomons in Kula gulf that nine U Japanese warships 4M RUSSIA Germans ly men into pinceW at acks on Red Armys Kursft Russians acknowledfa Nail gains in Belgorad ort lossca as Wiled and tanks and1 and British air forcea offensive luandv outposta tisfght dar aa hour ment owr Miy But taiv iiuistrt jBrtai and menacing nSS   

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