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5 Oct 1945

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5 Oct 1945

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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1945, Beckley, West Virginia A free press is not Only a Torch of world peace it is also a Symbol of Community Harmon Beckley Post Herald exp of ext of tue West Vic j i a smokeless Coal Reg i of weather West Virginia a f iday increasing cloudiness a d warmer followed by Shower t in the Southwest portion. Volume xxx no. 397 member of audit Bureau of circulations Beckley West Virginia Friday morning october 5, 1945 associated press leased wire Price 5 cents Lewis and opera tors called to capital Navy ordered to seize Oil refineries free speech order May cause Jap riots Macarthur ousts thought police japanese version of Pearl Harbor attack in r All political prisoners ordered freed by Allied chief or Tokyo oct. 4�? apr the japanese government got american orders today to remove the frigid hand of a a thought police Quot from the nation and Grant full speech and religious Freedom a Steps so revolutionary that one occupation official said they might produce violence. General Macarthur ordered the Imperial government a a lease All political prisoners Jap Cabinet quits Tokyo. Friday Ort. 5 map a Premier Prince Haruhiko Higashi Kuni and the Cabinet formed after Japan surrendered have decider to resign As the result of general Macarthur demand for ouster of the Home minister it was authoritatively Learned today. An neg broadcast from Tokyo said Higashi Kuni already had called on emperor Hirohito and tendered the resignations. The decision was reached at a two hour meeting today it w As Learned with Higashi Kuni planning to go to the Imperial Palace at 1 30 . 11 30 . Thursday Eastern Standard time to present the resignations. Operation for 26 firms is demanded att of amp of this Jap photo found torn to bits by photographers mate 2/c Martin Shemanski of Plymouth pa., at the Yokosuka naval base near Tokyo shows Hie beginning of the sneak attack by Jap planes circles on the american Fleet at Pearl Harbor. Shemanski assembled the torn pieces of the picture photographed the composite and returned it to the aircraft Carrier Shangrila. Water spout in Center near american warships is probably the first Jap bomb that fell on that fateful december 7. International sound photo Laval expelled wll a w a r or in a Bill passes House Bronx own Inal one third of total Oil production of nation under Navy Rule Washington oct. 4 map a president Truman tonight ordered government ure of the plants of 26 Oil producing and refining companies which have been shut Down by strikes. The Navy was direct i to seize and oper the the plants. The president said in a state men it was necessary to act to maintain adequate Oil reserves a for the needs of our armed during the past two weeks said some 50 Petroleum refineries together with a number of related transportation and distribution facilities had been shut Down. estimated the capacity of the shutdown facilities at 1.675.000 barrels representing about one third of Hie total refinery capacity of the nation. A a the plants remaining in operation a said a a Are insufficient to produce enough Petroleum to Supply both the direct military requirements and the minimum essential War supporting activities on the Home phone stoppage wont halt news ii Detroit. Oct. 4 map a the third world series baseball game will on the Anas usual Friday even if Telephone operators proceed with their planned four hour service interruption mrs. Frances Smith president of the Michigan federation of Telephone workers said today. She added that press associations which transmit news Over Telephone wires also will not affected during the scheduled 2 to 6 . Eastern War time stoppage. 50 cases Are trial at term labor Secretary in strike halt bid government asks Eastern Coal dealers to ration deliveries to House heating users Washington. Oct. 4 map a the government tonight called on Coal dealers to ration deliveries to House heating Consumers in the East As strikes in the bituminous Fields spread. The labor department called a saturday conference of operators and John l. Lewis United mine workers head in an Effort to halt the strikes which Stem from a drive for recognition of Lewis mine foremen a Union. The solid fuels administration clamped new controls on the dwindling supplies of bituminous and urged the retailers to put into effect the voluntary i plan of consumer rationing of solid fuels wherever necessary. C. J. Potter Deputy solid fuels administrator staid most fuel Yards in the East will find themselves a practically out of solid fuels within a few Days unless they carefully conserve their emergency distribution controls were extended to include All producers in tile of strike bound a fifty cases including five Mur Malachian Region. District one Der and two manslaughter in. Central Pennsylvania and Western i dict ments were set for trial in Maryland were brought under the criminal court to hear 5 murder cases and 2 manslaughter charges Rural and Urban forum planned numbering about 3.000, by oct. To abolish All legislation 1----- stringing personal freedoms disband the brutal political police. And fire Home minister Iwao Yamaki from office. The order for the sweeping social reforms striking at the Root of japanese Feudal traditions which Ware held responsible for the Pacific War was delivered through the Central Liaison office communications Channel Between continued on Page 4 phone strike vote is set for today Washington oct. 4�? a hoping but not demanding that i military operation and so Essen it will result in a 2 per cent Sav tial to production for the armed services and National Security at the october term of criminal court during proceedings yesterday. J Only i districts previously w Ere covered four persons entered guilty pleas by distribution orders which a nothing will permitted to before judge w. A. Rifle. Declare that producers must ship the following murder cases have Only to railroads Public utilities been set for trial William Franklin Lickliter october 12 Louis a. Brubeck october 15 William Harris october 17 Esther Wynn continue Mur stand in the Way of adequate supplies of any kind for our armed forces and for our proper redeployment and demobilization a declared. A Oil is so vital to the continuing program. Six other appalachian hospitals and other most essential users. Union sources voiced a prediction of Federal intervention today As the West Virginia Coal Indus ing the House passed and sent to \ a Iii i Home that must move without i manslaughter. _. V11 a Cirii. The Senate today an executive j further delay to protect our pc and Milton Harrison Shoemaker sympathy walkouts 55,000 min Virginia University sneaking agencies reorganization Bill. J troneum Supply positions. I will tried on a manslaughter j ers were off the Job in the state i future of agriculture in the vote was 304 to 56. A the Public interest in an charge october 15. And production loss reached an West Virginia Charles Lawall the legislation authorizes the emergency of this character Tran i the grand jury wednesday estimated 420,000 tons a laity. President to reorganize or regroup scenes the interest of any group.1�?T turned indictments in 43 felony at United mine workers head executive agencies simply by Send Leary of the Navy with authority i cases and 21 Misdemeanour cases quarters in t hat i is ton w a ing to Congress a reorganization the president clothed the Sec Petit jurors will report monday Complete shutdown by the end o plan that would become effective1 rotary of the Navy with authority j when seven cases Are set for trial the week has been Leper cd v Al if Congress did not reject it with j Over Plant operation processing All cases involving a series of new York oct. 4 map a leaders of the National federation of Telephone workers id former French Premier on trial for life is deserted by his lawyers in courtroom Tiff by Louis Nevin Faris oct. 4�? apr Pierre Laval abandoned by his attorneys was expelled in a tumult of shouting from his own trial for his life today but the presiding judge tonight reversed his decision and decided to permit the former Vichy Premier to return to the courtroom tomorrow. Guards armed with Tommy guns dragged Laval from the courtroom in the uproarious Clima of the opening Day of his trial on charges of intelligence with the enemy and attacking submitted tor any reshuffling i necessary in carrying out his mis and grand larceny cases growing the Security of the state. A a a affecting the civil service com a a guards expel that Man from three defense attorneys would Mission the Federal Communia. A a a a to if his Side tons commission the Tariff com-1 com Roo. S u i i is aah Phant one Mission the veterans administra-1 ing judge Paul Mon Gibeaux. 1 will give the defendant one urn and the Federal Deposit in a this trial will continue without More Chance Mon Gibeaux exp a trance corporation. Those Agen _ _ his presence. will proceed to planned to the associated press cies could not dealt with in any _ Al j l it v c t a11/3 the witnesses tomorrow in his a because of the importance of Tho i All a grouping. Ali i a j w w9 Al Der i trial and the fact that the prisoners republicans fought All afternoon. _ i Tri Iti without Success to enlarge the had life sat take i feel and i know group of agencies that could not Der charge october 18 and Cor try moved inexorably toward total bet Jarrell october 19. Paralysis. Ira Farley will tried on Ai with a total of 181 mines closed charge october 9 a either by foremen a strikes or chamber will sponsor program new Road project backed the Beckley chamber of Commerce at its general meeting last night voted to sponsor a Rural Urban forum in Beckley sometime during november. Tentative Date selected is nov. 14. Intended to improve the relations Between agriculture and business and Industry the forum will include a luncheon and speaking program. Speakers will probably include governor Clarence Meadows speaking on the future of West Virginia Dean c. R. Orten of in sixty Days. Specifically exempted Are the interstate Commerce commission Federal Trade commission securities and Exchange commission. Separate plans would have to and transportation of the products. cited As his authority under the Smith Connally act thefts in which a group of local men were arrested have been set for october 22. Included Are the Navy Secretary was author breaking and entering cases against sized to seize and operate any j Ritchie Thompson Gordon Hylton plants and facilities deems Carl Clark and Fred m. Gatewood continued on Page 4 continued on Page 4 doctors wife murders dieted it was said that government control of the mines once More was expected. In the Kanawha Williamson and Logan Fields operations were at a virtual standstill. The Union said that mines still running had Only Skelton Crews. Foremen a pickets forced the shutdown near Wheeling of the recently resigned president of the state University speaking on the Industrial future of West Virginia and. E. Bibb speaking on agriculture and Industry working together. All these speakers have not been contacted and the program May vary somewhat from tentative plans. Frank n. Gans who presented the matter to the chamber members said had attended two such forums at Clarksburg and a Fine will move to Washington to sup a Atu k6 is o n of in a up a t n key to to1 of tonight however Laval Nae Quot a 1 a a a a a a Quot i group of agencies thai could not san Francisco oct. 4 the organizations 250,000 Long permission to return to the the jurors feel that should dealt Wilh except by separate mrs. Annie Mansfeldt 45, wife a court room and Assurance that his Ruver distance and local operators to a others closed in Northern West continued on Page 4 22 youths listed in induction Call men a Complete and full hearing action. Both Twenty two with Raleigh service Board for an had which led to his expulsion. Firm actively by both the Senate and the first Day of the trial ended the House and to allow either As it began in a storm of pro ranch to veto a proposal. 1 voting on All major amendments tests and recriminations. I mn.,.,7 t j followed with but a few Devia youths registered in Between Laval led the tons straight party lines county selective slightly startled High court of no. I have been Justice through a discourse on 25 induction Call on years of French history High pol opera Morrow. Henry Mayer counsel to the federation said today that Joseph Poi . Federation president J. Moran vice president and other members of the federations executive Board would a operate centrally in the nations capital. The strike vote which will held from 2 to 6 p. In. Est., is in protest against a National labor relations Board trial examiners Ilis Teci findings that the Western Telec j thursday october 18, clerks of tics and statesmanship. A Tucket Mvi yes Board disclosed yesterday. Laval dominated completely the it Kearny n j., was company those leaving for Huntington Deb of it and judicial proceedings dominated and should dissolve Tbs induction rail Are Bernard f initial plot ceding., in mis induction can die. Terrial a up to dramatic moment when eur Livingston Wilkerson Beckley federation officials contended Edsel Ford Ashworth of Beckley the findings favored the Cio in and now attending West Virginia its Competition with the led Era University Paul Leon Lilly Glen onto the table Quot and shouted lion for the right to represent White James Hershel Biggs 209 workers in Western electric South Heber Street Beckley plants. Jack Kenneth Reed 402 East there was no apparent Chance Prince Street Beckley Carlos today in the federations plans to James Williams mount Hope hold the a Unity John Raymond Foster 307 Sec Union officials said the tie up was Ond Avenue Beckley Richard expected to hit All 48 states and Thomas Holland Mabscott Floyd Lake shuck jr., East Beckley Ralph Givens Angle now attending Concord College Donald Earl Farley Mabscott Bernard odor Hurley Sophia Thurman Estil Ray Sophia Kenneth Matthew Windsor Cranberry a. J. Perkins Raleigh Paul Lee Totten Price Hill Marion David Small 312 Highland Street. Of a physician drove up to an Mon Gibeaux and the they tried futilely also to -1 emergency Hospital today with the tense attorneys denied that Laval a a reorganization plan still warm body of mrs. Vanda submitted by the president Martin 36, and announced a i apologized for the remarks ome effective unless approved of killed the District of Columbia. Beckley registers drop to 33 Decius after an emotional and High pitched argument with Mon Gibeaux hurled his briefcase a Well condemn right now then at least things will thus Clear a yanks injured in chinese rebellion 12 million tax payers released Washington out 4�? apr a $5,300,000,000 tax reduction for i individuals and corporations in 1946 erasing 12,000,000 Low income persons from the tax Rolls completely was approved today by police inspector Al Torassa said mrs. Mansfeldt later repeated the statement to him and explained that she recently had found mrs. Martin and her husband or. John a Mansfeldt together in an automobile. Or. Mansfeldt called to the Hospital identified his wife but shortly there after could not drove her to the located by reporters seeking interviews. The Mansfeldt have three children the oldest 15. Assistant d i strict attorney Harding Mcguire asked mrs. Mansfeldt if she had seen her husband and mrs. Martin together. A yes a replied the physicians Windsor mine which supplies the Quot they Beech Bottom Plant it the Ohio chairman of the i Power company. It was the first a a i a a i a a a a a agriculture committee of the West time in 15 years that production. 1 had slopped there a no Quot a a Quot by a Al besides the Windsor mine four Quot Quot la save As Chai in a a it. A a i to forum. Special emphasis at last nights meeting was placed upon Good roads. Large delegations from Mullens and Lester attended the meeting in the interest of a new hard surfaced Road from Mullens to Les Ted by Way of Maben Hotchkiss and slab Fork. J b. T. Hash president of the Mullens chamber of Commerce forcefully presented to the local 35 county men file discharges got into the front seat of the Mansfeldt automobile. Mrs. Mansfeldt said she immediately accused the nurse of being infatuated with or. Mansfeldt. A she denied it. I knew she was lying. So i fired at her a the attorney quoted mrs. Mansfeldt As saying. A after f shot her a mrs. Mans thirty five returned veterans Feldt continued a she continued filed discharges from the armed to talk. She said they were Only forces with Raleigh county draft friends. I accused her again and boards no. I and 3 yesterday a when she talk any More fording to reports made by clerks i struck her in the face with the of the Board. Gun. She slumped Over and i i ing discharges with Board j no. I were Garland s. Smith Hinton Eulus Bolt Dugspur Virginia Albert George Gregory jr., East Beckley Samuel a. Worley jr., 210 Elkins Street Beckley Harry Kenneth Lamb crab Orch globes ter is Back at starting Point National Airport. Wash of House ways and Means com-1 them together in my husbands chunking oct. 4 map a chinese nationalist troops today put Down an a a accidental uprising by a War lords forces in j .1 i1 i j Kunming in which three Amer the sudden october cold snap David Small. 312 Highland Street. K,.ins ,.e wounded by but which hit this Section several Beckley. Jack Lewis stump. Ets und others it isolated for nays ago continued yesterday., Beckley James Tilden Stover 906 Kours in crossfire of machine when the thermometer hit a Low North Oakwood Avenue Beckley d of Foj of 33 degrees at 2 30 a. In Anc lie Lloyd Furrow crab Orch continued until 8 30 of clock Ardi Cecil Alfred Johnson soph mrs. Fred Bowling weather Obia it and William Kelly Cole crab in Cut. At it a a for american sewer at Flat top a said that at Orchard. 8 30 the temperature Rose to 36 president to speak in w. A. Sunday Mittee this is what the committee pro i poses individuals Relief of $2,600,-j 000,000 next year by reductions i in the a a Normal tax and sur taxes. I the committee decided to reduce i the graduated wife. A i went looking tor in ton 4 apr the Quot first parity John Jacob Miller mount Iouna Hight in the first regular around Hope a Richard Emmet Presley 109 Lincoln continued on Page 4 mine shutdowns reach 7 locally while mine shutdowns in West Virginia reached a total of 175, a Andrew Lee Summers 107 officials of the winding Gulf 1-2 Wickham Avenue Beckley operators association disclosed no Robert Bruce Yaple 141 wild mines Idle in that Field Wood Street Beckley. A report yesterday showed that Andrew Gillespie Billet pros two mines at the crab Orchard last thursday night. I in at Yemen t Des and Pany s operation i Illbrook mine the world air service was com plated tonight by the United states a Robert Garten Piney Lovell Osborne Nickels bound degrees. The highest for the Day 60 degrees was recorded for the period of 2 30 p. In. Until 7 30 p. In. Late last night it had fallen to 47 degrees. A sudden temperature drop which sent thermometers Down to the 3 s caused severe damage to late Garden crops in some sections but no damage was reported for Beckley and Vicinity. A might Frost was evident yesterday morning. School classes were dismissed at Morgantown High Welch graded school Washington oct 4�? a junking Center of a redeploy Home stipulate that no mid Vida from the China theater payer shall was reported getting Back to Normal out the americans still enforced a precautionary curfew on their own forces. The fighting started after Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek yes apartment sur taxes by four but made an appointment to Poi cent age Points in each bracket meet her on a Street Corner the and to apply the surtax.xemp prosecutor said tons $500 for the taxpayer and when they met mrs. $500 for each of his dependents. To the Normal tax now collected it a it on net income above $500 regard Dymus ivc port on air tonight automobile about i a. today Mcguire said she ,. _. Lated mrs. Mansfeldt decided to a by i command talk to mrs. Martin a nurse spymaster husband is overseas. Sixth used on the six and Ono Quot neck Jev. R 00 Biller to see her it Quarter Day flight landed Here at a 9 42 p. In. Eastern Standard time. It flew the 2,500-mile last hop from san Francisco in 13 hours. The global flight started from Martin there at 3 58 p. In est., sept. 28. Mrs. Martin refused i in her mrs. Martin less of the number Eros dependents. The committee amended this program tvs May to tax receive in 1946 less than a to per cent tax reduction. Corporations�?1946 tax ease Lieut. Gen. Harold l. George commanding general of at termed it a the fastest world flight Ever made at near Tho Earth a greatest it covered 23,279 Miles in 149 hours and 44 minutes including ground time of 33 hours and 21 Anent of about $1,900,000 000. Night on the failures and a com Lins would done by cutting a president Truman will speak ter Day ousted Yunnan a governor briefly at the Martinsburg w. Va., the excess profits tax next year from 95 per cent to 60 per cent repealing this tax january i 1947 Airport sunday afternoon before departing on his trip to the Midwest rep. Randolph . Said tonight. Randolph said had asked the president to give a Brief talk and that the president had Hool and the invitation after the i or. Truman will lung Yun and it apparently was reducing the corporation due in part at least to a Kink bind Normal and surtax from 40 temperature fell to the freezing plane at Martinsburg after at the reluctant dragon Degoti Point during the night. Stokers tending the wedding of Bennett action to his troops of this decision for the school furnaces were Dis Champ Clark former Missouri however somehow failed to reach mantled last Spring for overhaul senator and Violet Kerning Brit two regiments and they resisted ing and needed spare parts on or ish actress at nearby Berryville Central government forces of Der had not arrived yesterday. Java copying the City. Washington oct 4 a at a Secretary of state Byrnes will minutes. Report to the nation tomorrow the Ina Gunrly a Globe Stern flight took off on the 21st anniversary Plis ments of the foreign minis of the army a first round the term meeting at London. Byrnes world flight which took 175 Days was due Back in Washington to Over a Shorter route night. The time record for the Globe the state department announce circuit but Over a route of Only that about 24 hours after his 14,824 Miles was set by Howard in the deposed War lords com Lier cent to 36 per cent the Cut j scheduled arrival Here the Secre Hughes and a Crew of four in 1938 Bevel mum cations. Anyway latest being in the sur taxes repealing tary will make a broadcast Over at three Days 19 hours eight next july i the capital stocks tax the Columbia broadcasting sys minutes to seconds collected at $1.25 per $1,000 tem beginning at 9.30 p. In. seven men and a women were dared value. Will speak for 30 minutes. Passengers on the first trip of excises the levies on such word that Byrnes was due Back Atcas new schedule known As things As liquor furs Luggage in Washington tonight came bom the jewelry and cosmetics would the state department. Planes will depart every Friday Cut Back next july i to their before going on the air Byrnes Over the same route a across Tho 1942 Levels meaning a 5 oper will report to president Truman Atlantic to North Africa thence cent reduction in Many items on the worst rift in american around the Globe by Way of such was stolen this would save Consumers about russian relations since both a stops As Cairo Calcutta Kun a according in the last half of tons became allies in the fight ing Manila against Germany Francisco. Ports from Kinming said lung the dragon had been informed in Advance of Chiango a deep accepted son and reluctantly agreed to hand Over his Post to Gen. La Board his Han. Delivery Beckley Waite Ward Lilly 228 Mercer mount Dennis Calvin Rice East by John Stanley Tolbert 1001 Oakwood Avenue Beckley Francis Richmond East Fred d. Williams Cran Chester Thompson Beckley Ham Henry Thompson South Kanawha Street Lee Edward , Hunti and Andrew r Smith sop Board no. 3 reported the flt ing Fred Clark Beckley menu weather Glen Rogers ver Otis Miller. Ury Harless Plumley Abraham Bainie ton Taylor Chicago Illinois Mon Brice love Dixiana Binna John Albert Gambill Springfield North Carolina Allen Blackburn Mckinney Princeton Boyd Burk Armstrong Grandview Thomas Ivan Nichols unt of Tennessee Woodrow Wilson. Bartow George Ben Ai d or a la a v a Tough Namos Pennsylvania and shadrach Mckinney Odd. Ron i at Killarney closed it i a. In. With View Iene Rai i pickets reported to Ney. at Killar r Glen Rogers of the Raleigh Street Wyoming mining company is still Hope i Down today being the first one Ackley South j reported locally As i it a Foreman a strike. Die because of James officials of District 29 of Theckley United mine workers when con Berry acted last night i Joealed prob Wil i Able closures Brid a at other 1308 a cd Ley mines in the san i Region today. Loveless Coal Egton an employee at t Killarney Hia. Mine of ice said crets were Olio w i there when a full j i it of men Leon reported for work j a cute Day and Den talked the miners int o going Home. Oren an Eccles office it a Hioye stated i res Cai Ai c continued on Page 4 legion s state convention opens n ii la it a $550,000,000 1946. Honolulu and Charlesto a West Vins air ranks Salt 5,000 world i open their vie Charleston ton Auto stolen Reed the most City and county officers Are tons. Investigating today the theft of. While the lifting of government a 1933 Plymouth Coupe belonging travel restrictions came too late to to Lester Dick of Eccles which plan for a full scale convention wednesday evening officials said this will the near to reports from of est thing to it since the 1942 con veterans to 4 map Giorl Aires More than plans will mention in with mid enhance will sex option Istle predict san filers the automobile was stolen i clan brought 3,000 i from the Raleigh no. 3 mines. Gether in Fairmont

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