Circleville Herald in Circleville, Ohio
3 Jun 1944

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3 Jun 1944

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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Circleville, Ohio Weather thundershowers saturday night and sunday. Continued warm. The Circleville Herald world National and state news by International news service sixty first year. Number 130.circleville, Ohio saturday june 3, 191. Yanks within two telephones Busine office editorial Era of a room of i four cents. Rohe a a a a a a a a a allies to fight if germans defend a destruction of courts May huns declared As chief aim re ing that web 0rders Are final indicates Avery defeat end of the tyrant s Trail military measures will be taken to eject nazis from eternal City decision up to Hitler All efforts will aim at safeguarding civilians cultural works Naples june 3�?the German army will be ejected from Rome by Quot military measures a Gen. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson declared today if the nazi High command chooses to defend the City. With fifth army spearheads already within 13 Milea of Rome the supreme Allied commander in the Mediterranean theatre reaffirmed that every Effort would be made by the allies to safeguard both the civilian population and cultural works of the eternal City. In a for it declaration general Wilson Sethe Allied military authorise Are confronted by a ruthless enemy in Italy and Are interested solely to the destruction and elimination of the German Force in that country Washington june 3 a the War labor Board facing the possibility of a new showdown with Montgomery Ward and company found its position appreciably strengthened today by a United states court of appeals ruling that its orders Are not subject to court review. In a half dozen cases involving web orders to Ward units heat tired throughout the country Sewell Avery Board chairman of the mail order House has filed suits challenging the Board s jurisdiction and contesting the legality of its directive. The opinion of Justice Henry w. Edgerton of the District of Columbia court of appeals May foreshadow however the ultimate dismissal of All of averys court cases. One involving u. S. Gypsum which Avery also Heads previously was dismissed in District court and is on Appeal. Moreover the ruling strengthened the position of the web a it deliberate the question of whether to order in Extension of the expired contract Between the Cio department workers Union and russian bases american lieutenant a being used by takes Anchor City of or no a enemy defense a depth fals halt drive yank air Force shuttle bombing brings All Hun Industry under Allied bomb sights first raid successful operation Ushers in new momentous chapter to history of War Hun line by mistake with the fifth army Val Montone sector june 3�?Val-Montone, Anchor town of the nazi last ditch line before Rome is in american hands today Quot by after bloody tank and infantry Battles raged for Days before the to wit German defenders evacuated Val Montone when american forces seized commanding positions East of the via Carlina. Friday Lieut William Alexander of Tarboro n. of the combat engineers captured Val Montone Quot by Lieut. Alexander said Quot honestly id been Given to understand that our troops were in the town. I was assigned to make a reconnaissance of Highway six As it goes through the town and also to look for mines. Positions in Velletri Val Montone sectors not yet broken counter attack fails fighting flares following Long period of quiet on russian front Ward s Chicago Branch which re to in Law a a will ran by the government Over just such an Issue. In a hearing before the Board last wednesday William Powell an attorney for wards reiterated the company Oft expressed objection to such an order contend continued on Page two of tine to take every possible precaution during the course of the Campaign to a pare the innocent civilians and cultural and religious monuments of permanent value to he added that the Allied Leader Are particularly Quot deeply conscious of the unique position occupied by Rome As one of the chief historic and cultural centers of the world a however he continued Quot if the gel mans choose to defend Rome the allies will be obliged to take military measures to eject them a moreover the general added the allies Are Well aware that Rome a the seat of his holiness the Pope contains the Neutral state of Vatican City. Only a German stand there will Force the allies to take military action against the City. Quot the allies have Only taken and will Only take military action against Rome in so far As the germans use the City its highways and its roads for their military purposes the statement continued. A it the germans choose to defend Rome the allies will be obliged to take appropriate military measures to eject them. It is therefore the sincere Hope of his majesty s government and the United states government that the enemy will not make this ill considered Choice a cubans 4 Heer c Hief a Vann a june 3�?throng of cubans celebrated today following the election of or. Ramon Grau san Martin to the presidency succeeding Gen. Fulgencio Batista in the absence of Complete election returns or. Carlos salad government candidate conceded the election to i adversary. Our weather Mam airmen urge decoration for British woman London june 3�?american officers of a United states army air Force station suggested today that Betty Everitt Gallant eng Lish woman who lost her life attempting to Rescue members of the american Crew of a fighter bomber which crashed and burst into flames near her Home be Given the highest possible posthumous decoration by the army. And col. Penden Henderson n. C., commander of the station suggested America give Betty Everitts four year old son Tony a scholarship Quot in memorial t6 her Cornage in trying to Rescue my boys from a burning plane a a total of $2,800 has already been donated to the fund. Col. Penden added that her sacrifice i was As great As any hero who gives his life in combat. Quot she knew fire would explode the bombs and ammunition at any moment but Abe went right ahead trying to get those wounded Post War americans out before it was tool or. Everitt helped two gunners struggle Clear of the burning mass of twisted Metal but an explosion put an abrupt end to her efforts. Tony father we As killed in the War some months ago. Unaware of i Mother s death the boy spends the Day playing bail with members of the ground Crew and admiring the flier. Col. Penden announced i group had not yet decided How to give the 12,800 which they donated but they want to set up some kind of Trust to make sure Quot he will be taken care of Long after we have gone thi ground they were ordered to hold now holds the Many thousand germans who died in the Liri Valley in a futile Effort to Check the great Allied drive. Nazi grave markers Row on Row now stretch along the Road to Pontecorvo Italy where this photo was made. International de Gaulle ready to go to London Parley but lacks transportation Washington june 3�?obstacles appeared today in the path of Gen. Charles de Gaulle head of the French National committee of liberation which might delay his going to London in response to the invitation of prime minister Churchill. # a spokesman for the French delegation in Washington said the invitation had been accepted and the general is ready to leave Algiers at any moment. But As yet no transportation has been provided. In diplomatic circles it was intimated that de Gaulle might not leave for some time in View of the fact that no Clear understanding has been reached on the authority Britain and the United states Are willing to extend to the French com a. A a. Cut backs May hit first at trouble Moscow june 3�?american heavy Bombe a and Long Range fighter plane employed russian airbase today in shuttle bombing which brought under Allied bomb sights All German Industry and a revealed As the first military achievement of the historic Moscow and Teheran conferences. In the first operation ushering in a momentous new chapter in the history of air War sleek u. S. Fortresses and death dealing Mustang fighters swooped Down on the Ai drome somewhere in Russia after blasting Axis targets in Eastern Europe. Official announcement of the first shuttle bombing attack Between Allied and russian territory i was revealed late last night at j Quot you can imagine my Surprise w Hen italian civilians came running out shouting that the Tedeschi were gone and i was the first a americano to the soldiers listening to Alexander at a front line battalion command Post were not sure whether they could imagine his Surprise or not recalling that two combat engineers capt. Ben Founza of Honolulu and Lieut Francis Bickley of Philadelphia made the Junction Between Anzio beachhead forces and the main army last week. German Retreat from Val Montone was assured when a platoon under Lieut. Roger Phillips of Manhattan kan., dug in across via Cassina to the East. Other troops commanded by capt. Robert Hahn of Hagerstown md., crossed the Highway commanding Posi my aeon and constituted the first up disclosure that american operated tons. Aird Romes had been established in companies led by captains the soviet Union. Charles Morgan. Talladega. Ala., on the morning of june a Otto Gunst Metuchen n. J., and Large forces of american bombers Raymond Steere Junction City Kan took up Strong positions Mittee after the invasion. De Gaulle was reported insisting on an agreement with his committee which he Calls a provisional government along the same lines As the agreements already made with the dutch belgian. And norwegian governments for civil control of their respective countries. These agreements were announced May 16. But As yet no such agreement has been reached regarding France. French official in Washington arid the committee has completed it own Post invasion Plana but desires to know whether they Are in line with Allied Plana. In Short continued on Page two Wallace asks cooperation in plans new York. June 3�?vice-president Henry a. Wallace called for Complete postwar cooperation Between Russia the United states and their allies for postwar peace and development in a speech reported by the own today. Wallace spoke thursday in the Irkutsk provincial theatre addressing his audience in russian. During the speech he compared Siberia with the far West of Early America and added that Siberia the Northwestern sections of the Terenee in local High Friday by. Year ago is. Vow saturday �,4. Year ago 71. Precipitation .5. River stage Sun rises 6 04 a in bets 55 p m Moon rises 5 44 p in. Atis 4 24 a. In. Tom Pratl he kl.1kw Mauk High Low. Akron Ous Atlanta a. 9ft Bismarck n Dak. S3 Buffalo. N. by Burbank calif.7 Chicago la. 92 Cincinnati 0.90 Cleveland a. Is Dayton of. Is Denver Colo. 77 Detroit Duluth Minn. 6 fort Worth Tex. 92 Huntington w a Oft Indianapolis id is Kantar can to. 7ft Loois visit my. 91 United states and Canada and All of Alaska would play an import ant part in Post War reconstruction. Wallace Bald Quot now when the Early Dawn of the Post War world is beginning slowly to Rise on the horizon it becomes quite dear that Only com Diu it c to d c pc to q Pieta collaboration of our two Ivel Voltl j i k la i j great countries and of their allies. I can give the world condition of Washington june 3�?blunt notice that War production plants plagued by strikes would be the first to feel the axe of Cut backs in production was discussed in Congress today As one Means of halting an apparent Rise in the number of actual and threatened walkouts. The proposal a brought into the open by sen. Reed r Kansas who suggested the War and Navy departments announce that in closing of War plants they will first close the most inefficient. Quot it is probable that these plants that have the most strikes Are also the most inefficient or have the highest costs of said Reed. Quot such an announcement might have some undersecretary of War Robert p. Patterson had before him Reed s proposal for closing of most inefficient plants first a proposal growing out of the discontinuance of the brew Ster aeronautical company s Corsair fighting plane contract. This Plant Reed said. Was shown to be the highest Cost producer of three plants making the plane. At one time it was involved in serious labor troubles. Reed said a study of War production reveals an astounding Dif the Cost of producing under fighter escort dealt blows at military objectives in Romania a the official bulletin declared. One bomber Leat Quot part of the bombers that participated in the raid landed at bases in soviet territory. One bomber and one fighter failed to there was no indication in the initial announcement where the raiders had taken off nor their particular objectives. However about 750 american bombers and an equal number of Points fighters were know to have flown from bases in Italy to plaster seven Railroad Yards in the Balkans yesterday. The targets of these Mediterranean air Force raiders included Cluj 200 Miles Northwest of the romanian Capi continued on Page two Hun uniforms scarce now in new York. June 3�?"german uniforms have become increasingly scarce a in Rome the swy iss newspaper journal de Geneve reported today adding that trolley and bus service in the italian capital has been suspended. The dispatch emanating from Rome added that Quot hardly any military vehicles Are seen except ambulances carrying wounded sol pea a and regular development. Quot in the great work of Post War reconstruction it will be essential that in the interests of the whole world the important role of the Northwestern part of the United states Canada Alaska and soviet i marriages was on the rocks today the same weapons and articles of War in different plants he said a variation of 20 to too percent in Cost was found among to mid West munitions plants. Announcement of Suc h a policy he said would be certain to Lead to extraordinary efforts by both management and labor to increase efficiency. The efficiency of a Plant he said often la due More to Good management than to any other Factor. A. Of. Perfect marriage ends Hollywood june 3�? an other one of Hollywood a Quot perfect hog sales in county soar to new Peak More Boga were sold in Pickaway county this week than probably Ever before in history. Harry Briggs manager of the Pickaway livestock cooperative association said that his organization disposed of 2,000 head of which two third were top hogs Selling up to $13.80. The others were lights Stags sows and medium Quality or. Briggs said that sales have been so heavy that growers Are being asked to Call the stockyards before delivering top hogs As in some instances the hogs can not be moved immediately. Or. Briggs called attention to the fact that so Long As the present floor Price remains in effect that hogs in the 240 to 270 weights May sell As High As $14 05 while the Peak for top hog in the 180 to 240 class is set at $14 80. South of the Highway to assure that no retreating nazis could use the route. Some nazi apparently including sections of the Hermann gearing division escaped Northwest on the Highway but fast working infantry got heavy weapons West of the town in time to intercept three truckloads of the enemy killing Many and capturing others. Lieut. James Dorsey of Irwin aled a Battle patrol which discovered a German observation Post captured two of the four soldiers there and wounded a third and seized the radio which had been used to direct the enemy artillery fire. To the Northwest of Val Montone tanks of the battalion commanded by Lieut. Col. Bogardus Cairns of Decatur ga., also smashed Forward to the Highway expanding american control of the via Wasilina. Val Montone today is just another smashed up italian City. The handful of civilians who remained cooped up in a partially wrecked Church throughout the siege Are grateful to the americans for deliverance. Bidi they got an explosive reminder that Val Montone is not yet out of the War. The germans shelled the town and Highway area with Nebel verfers Quot screening Mer Mies Quot and 88 my. Guns. Of slip of Tongue indicates f. D. R. Plans to stay by International vein for Virr american forces battered their Way through enemy Quot defense in -1 depth a in their two pronged drive anti invasion chief on Rome today Monte i Castell amp Clio and enlarging their penetration North of Velletri. The yanks who had pushed spearheads to within 13 Miles of Rome after their Brilliant feat of capturing Velletri and Val Montone were encountering nazi defense of Quot considerable Quot although Velletri and Val Montone now have been taken by the fifth army after heavy fighting a Gen. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson a Headquarters announced Quot the enemy a defensive positions in this sector have not yet been to the North though the announcement added the Quot penetration has been the yanks occupied Monte Castell amp Clio. British Advance British eighth army units further South pressed Baru on the heels of some eight nazi divisions trapped by the cutting of the via Catilina last Good escape route toward Rome. The British forces rolled Forward to take Veroli and Send Forward units on to Salatri. British and Canadian units pushing Northwest Are driving the trapped nazi units toward american held Val Montone astride the via Cassina in Retreat the nazis must use secondary roads which will not accommodate their heavy equipment the Aerial blasting of occupied Europe took a great stride Forward As the offensive rolled on in Italy heavy bombers based in the of Aat attacked Balkan objectives and proceeded to land at u. S. Air bases set up in Russia. Bundle Active Strong formations of Britain based bombers and fighters roared Over the Cloud covered Channel today after Raf night bombers had smashed the Trappe railway Yard in the Paris area and hit military targets in Northern France. Thousand War workers at Conti-1 the German Industrial City of rental motors corp stopped work Leve Kusen North of Cologne also was hit and enemy held Waters were mined. My new marshal Ford von Rondstedt opposing Gen. Eisenhower on a Day will be Field marshal Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt 66, supreme commander of Germany s anti invasion forces in the West. Rundstedt is a Veteran of the polish French and russian fronts. He was a general staff officer during world War i International fight prompts Detroit strike thousands quit War Plant following discharge of belligerents Detroit Juno 3 several today after three Union stewards at 1�� even nazi inter tight which involved a Foreman j Pune we be Bho a a it in Lnch 17 British bombers failed to return stewards Siberia should be recognized. These enormous sparsely populated territories were conquered in our time by air planes. Now they Diers from the acc heard need to be developed in both their the wireless transmission of the agricultural Economy and their a tory. film Star Joan Fontaine won divorce from actor Brian Aherne. Charging cruelty the 1942 Academy award Winner testified that Abe Quot Felt like a kind of guest in her own Home. The couple married j at Del Monte Cal a 1938. Seeing Eye wins five year tilt for big legacy new York june 3�? the seeing Eye inc., of Morristown n. A which provides dog guides for Blind persons received a legacy of $123,-205 today from the estate of mrs. Isabel d. Mchie ending five years of litigation Over her will. The late Alexander Woolcott was a co trustee of the estate the appointment going to him after mrs. Mchie had heard the author and humorist describe the seeing Eye in a radio broadcast in 1934. Her will in which she left the Fortune to the seeing Eye was unsuccessfully contested. Washington june 3-Mem-Bers of Congress were disc ii using today the possibility that president Roosevelt by a slip of the Tongue May have indicated he is a candidate for a fourth term. The president was quoted As asking one of his opponents in the 1936 election Quot Are you going to run against me this time a the question was addressed to rep. William Lemke Rin Das or. Roosevelt greeted a congressional delegation attending a White House reception. When Lemke replied in the negative tile president in what members of the congressional party described As a Quot Quick attempt at recovery a said maybe neither one of us had better run this the remark evoked general laughter and the question of the fourth term was not pursued. At the time he opposed i. Roosevelt Lemke was a candidate id lbs uru on party a superintendent the and another employee. Detroit s newest work stoppage came As a 21-Day strike of 450 workers at the st Rob brewing company ended and walkout in the Ford Highland Park and Lin-1 Coin plants affected production of tank engine and b-24 Liberator bomber. The trouble started at Continen-1 Tai in the automatic screw machine department. The Foreman it was reported had an argument with a worker and assert edly struck Bim. The stewards and w a i superintendent became involved in the altercation and the Stew aids were fired. From the raids. On the russian land front fighting flared after a Long period of inactivity. A russian communique reported that German forces attacking North of the romanian rail Junction of Iasi had driven a Small wedge into soviet lines at the Cost of tremendous losses. A later German announcement said that russian troops had c continued on Page two ideology seen As threat work topped it 8 30 a in. The Poi i wimp. War Day shift reported a usual. But a a a to Riv once inside the Plant the employees refused to work. The employees Are members of Law Cio local 280. 40 percent of vets shun jobs in Home towns new York june 3 forty percent of the veterans being discharged from the army in the Eastern Section of the country not Only do not want their old jobs Bauk but do not even want to return to their old communities a War department Survey disclosed today. New York june 3-u. 8 supreme court Justice William of Douglas pointed to nazi ideology today a the greatest menace to the world after the United nations have achieved Victory. Speaking at dedicatory exercise at the new fief world House Hustle Douglas said that after the armies have Laid Down their arms the Quot Mil Benium will not have arrived and warned that the United states must first solve its own problems before it can assume world leadership mayor f. H Laguardia a leaking on the same program defend Fletcher Waller assistant directed the Atlantic charter As a Docu tor of civilian personnel and training said that a similar Survey conducted on the West coast showed an even higher percentage of men who did not want to go Back to their previous occupations. Meat which must be read understood and adhered to in the Light of the period in which it a written. Quot it mean exactly what it a declared in in to Stag recent attempt in interpret it

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