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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Circleville, Ohio A of to o russian bases courts May being used by7�rn deaf yank air Force Ards he daily Herald Circleville Ohio glamorous Rita Hayworth a n $ continued from Pape one shuttle bombing brings All Hun Industry under Allied bomb sights continued from Page one Tai of Bucharest Siberia so Miles Northeast of the famous Iron Gate of the Danube miskolc too Miles Northeast of Budapest Solnok 55 Miles Southwest of the hungarian capital and Szeged five Miles from the yugoslav to Manian hungarian Borders Junction bases big help with bases on soviet territory a where they can land to be refuelled and reloaded with bombs and ammunition the american no longer will have to negotiate round trip flights from their Dis j Tant bases in Italy Britain and North Africa to their targets and return. Shortly after the first bulletin told of the arrival of the american formations the Eastern command of the u. S. Strategic air forces issued its initial communique from its new Headquarters in Russia. The american announcement said the romanian targets had been a selected by our russian ally Quot and added that Only Quot slight enemy Aird Romes on the route of the Allied strategic Force and providing area fighter a special announcement broadcast Over the Moscow radio by the soviet government declared that the Westward Advance of the red army had brought its area of operations within the Range of the air forces of the United states and great Britain Quot in order to ensure that the efforts of the combined air forces shall be concentrated on the most important objectives for the United nations direct Contact Between the respective staffs has been established a the statement added. Brief but Happy celebrations marked the arrival of the american airmen who were enthusiastically greeted by u. S. And soviet soldiers who had worked Day and right for the last few months preparing the bases. After the initial rejoicing the ground Crews sprang to work servicing the fortresses and Mustangs for another Call on the Axis Enro Ute Back to their bases in Italy Africa or Britain. The operation was the first time that Long Range fighters had participated in any shuttle air attack. Previously such missions Between Britain and Southern Italy or North Africa were made Only by heavy bombers. Indeed As he watched some of the bombers land maj. Gen John r. Deane head of the american military Mission to the u. S. S. R., declared Quot history was made today. This shuttle bombing makes vulnerable All of Germany a Industrial it was beyond web a jurisdiction and violated both the Wagner act and the War labor disputes act. The court of appeals ruling said Quot it is Clear and indisputable that no statute authorizes review of the War labor boards orders. As we Point out below the legislative history of the War labor disputes act implies a positive intention that these orders should not be the appellate in the Case the employers group of motor freight carriers contended in presenting their Case that non compliance with web orders might result in certification of the Case to the White House and seizure of their facilities by the president. Quot if it be True As appellate suggest that the president May ultimately take Possession of their plants and facilities that possibly is irrelevant not Only because it is speculative but also because it is Independent of the boards order a the court stated. Quot neither the Broad constitutional Power nor the Broad statutory Power of the president to take and use property in furtherance of the War Effort depend on any action of the web a the decision first to be rendered by any appellate court holding that web orders Are not subject to review went on to say the demand that the court enjoin the boards order amounted to a demand that Quot we prevent the Board from giving the president of j it Jas jute. a \ clamorous Rita Hayworth once More delights her fans in the musical. A cover girl a at the grand theatre sunday and monday. She is co starred with Gene Kelly in a Story which Tell How a cover girl gets that Way. Fifteen county youths reach military age invasion jitters grip Congress Prospect for recess now Uncertain German Ace new \ Ork june 3�?the nazi dub Agency revealed today that maj. Friedrich Karl Mueller German fighter Squadron commander with an alleged 140 air victories to his credit has died Quot a hero s though the enemy broadcast heard by the acc did not re veal How Mueller died it insisted the allies Quot did not vanquish of fifteen Pickaway county youths became 18 years of age during May and registered with the local draft Board. These boys will probably be included in the next contingent of men sent to fort Hayes for pre physical examinations during june. The local Board a not received notice of the number that will be called this month but it is expected that the total will be much smaller than the May contingent. Those who registered during May were Bernard e. Lonkard. Circleville Ralph e. Dunkle it. 2, Ashville Carl w. Speakman re i new Holland Richard w. Noth Stine re i Ashville Walter w. Koch Ashville Harry e. Robison Circleville John r Becard it. 3, Circleville Donald e. Quincel Circleville William j. Lindsey it. 2, Ashville Chester c. Peters it. 2, Ashville Thomas e. Sowers. It. I Clarksburg Paul w. Osborne. Ashville Keith a. Conrad. Circleville Leland e. Dowden it. 2. Circleville Glenn g. Mccoy it. 3, Circleville. -o-.-. V Ashington june 3�?"invasion jitters gripped Congress today with the result that prospects for a recess became As Uncertain As the Date of the Western offensive itself. A canvass by democratic and Republican leaders revealed reluctance on the part of Many members of Congress to a recess from june 20 to september i because of the possibility that the invasion May come during this period. The feeling it was admitted is based solely on the possible reaction of voters in an election year to Congress taking a vacation while american soldiers Are storming the hit too Many hubbies beg Pardon Alva Heeter Orient waa released from the county jail thurs Day and not Alva Hill As stated in fridays paper. It was Heeter who was arrested on the complaint of Mildred Williams. A Flint axe head believed to be 200,000 years old was found in a gravel pit near Doncaster England. The per capita consumption of Tea in the British Isles is normally about 12 pounds a year. The average consumption of the uni it ted states is seven tenths of a i Pound per person. no railroads and few roads skirt the Dalmatian coast. Mrs. Korene Marie Agnes Wilhelm Oswald Horn Stankowich alleged wife of three servicemen had Thomas p. Thornton assistant United states attorney completely baffled when it waa discovered that she had drawn allotment Check from the government for 14,000, but his Surprise soared even More when he found she had nine alleged civilian husbands too she is under 14,000 Bond in Detroit. International . I today s in try Garden graph Kingston kinds of cabbages for Victory Garden by Dian Halliday Priestes by Ceniti Pitts association everyone likes variety Evn in cabbages. Therefore if the Victory Gardener will Plant Home of the red cabbages As Well As the what one color can be added to the tabla and for a dark Green cabbage grow the Savoy types. The Savoy cabbage As illustrated in the accompanying Garden graph is characterized by crinkly foliage the Savoy types Are attractive m appearance More tender in Quality and Tweeter to the taste than any other cabbage cabbage need to be cultivated with care and an understanding of their Root growth. Moat of the roots of a of Bogge grow within the upper two inches of the Roll the roots also grow almost horizontally therefore Only very shallow cultivation should be practice when the Plant have attained considerable Sis As illustrated in the Gardener aph Only enough cultivation should be done around cabbages to keep the weeds Down and this preferable with a scuffle Hoe and to maintain a dust mulch. Hand hoeing or hand weeding in usually necessary to keep the weeds Down Between the plants in the Row. This i especially important in the Spring when Weed growth is moot remount mrs. Leeman Routt was hostess to her Bridge club at her Home on West Pickaway Street Friday evening. Those present were mrs Richard Harris mrs Adrian Mcvey mrs Forrest Kreisel mrs Loring Hill mrs. Kenneth Delong mrs. Lawrence Kerns mrs. Wallace Evans mrs. Charles Styers mra. Charles Wood mrs. Russell Wolfe. Mrs. Orville Burnie and mrs Bernice Immell. Lerian european fortress Quot we do anything and probably forget we Are in session we Hen the invasion comes but if we Are away while the boys Are fighting a lot of people wont like it a explained one senator. Strong opposition to a Long recess also was voiced by some senators who Are demanding that important postwar legislation be pasted. Thia includes the contract termination and Plant clearance Bill passed by the Senate and pending in the House a Bill for disposal of surplus property additional unemployment insurance and an office of demobilization to control Cut backs. Democratic leaders generally Are willing to accept a few weeks recess although democratic Senate Leader Barkley said he is unconcerned about it. The Republican Senate steering committee planned another session today on the question after conferences with House Republican leaders. Three plans Are under consideration. Under one a recess would be taken from june 20 to september i a second plan called for a recess of to Days Over the Republican National convention a similar recess Over the democratic convention and three Day recesses Between them. The plan reported to be Moat favored is for a recess from about june 20 until july 25. Thia would Span both convention. It appeared doubtful however that Congress could dispose of important Quot must legislation before june 20. This includes the Price control Extension act and important appropriation Billa. At Ute close of the games the hosted served delicious refresh Menta and prizes for score were awarded mrs. Wallace Evana first mrs. Lawrence Kerns second and mrs. Hui third Kingston or. And mrs. Harry Hook Walter and children or and mrs. Cecil Bower and children spent memorial Day at Buckeye Lake Kingston mrs. J. W. In keep of Keyser. W va., a a guest st the Home of or. And mrs Clinton Roby tuesday and wednesday. A Kingston or John Ater and children of near Wallsm port mrs Orville burble and son Jerry mrs. Clinton Roby and daughter Harriett Ann enjoyed a picnic dinner at Logan Elm sunday. A Kingston miss Margaret Thomas recently moved from the Lei at property on East Pickaway Street to the double House on South main Street owned by mrs Harley Yaple. King non or. And mrs. Al Rug Stonerock and family recently purchased the Steele property on South main Street from mrs Lavina steel. A Kingston the one and All sunday school class of the methodist sunday school held a Farewell party at the Church in Honor of mrs. Robert Snider. The Parish Hall waa beautifully decorated with Spring Flower with the table entered with a Large bowl of red Rose. Those present were miss Mary Harpster teacher miss Mildred Shaner mrs. Dave Patrick or. Marvin Jones mrs. Cecil Bowers mrs. Earl Johnston mrs. Harry Bookwalter the misses Jean Ort Man and Catherine Taylor mrs. Preston Beeman miss Mary Margaret Immell mra. Herbert Lem ley and the Honor guest mrs. Snider. Or. Bowers and mra. Johnston were the hostesses and served refreshments. The members of the class presented mrs. Snider a Beautiful gift of Crystal. Kingston org. T. E. Dowler of Chillicothe visited her daughter org. Herbert Lern ley and family wednesday afternoon. Kingston or. And mrs. Herbert Lemley and children were sunday guests of or and mrs. G. C. Lemley and daughter of Chillicothe. Kingston or. And mrs. Walter Hawk and Sherlock Holmes thriller dramatic Acca from the Scarlet claw featuring Baat Huth Bone As Sherlock Holmes with Nigel Bruce a or. Watson Ger my Astor and Paul Cavanaugh. Thin latent Sherlock Holmes thriller together with a Pardon my rhythm a a new musical fearing Gloria Jean and Patrick Knowles play the Clifton theatre sunday and monday. Enemy defense in depth fails to halt drive coming to Circle j <4phe lost Angel a with lame Craig plus a alone ruler in Cheyenne a play at the Circle theatre sunday monday Ami tuesday. Hun positions in Velletri Montone sectors not yet broken War toll Pickaway county casual tie to world War ii killed in action.5 killed or died in line of duty. It prisoners of War.19 missing in action.5 wounded. 27 these totals Are unofficial being based on reports complied by the Herald on information received by next of Kin from government sources killed in action Wilbur Adkins Eugene countryman Milbem Devon or. Robert a. Mouser Herschel v. Hinton killed or died in line of duty Richard a. Hedges Glenn Cook John Jack Goodchild or. Sara Fetherolf George Beemer Wade Fry Guy Ankrom Paul Styers Charles w. Hoover prisoners of War Orville Shirkey Robert Lovesey Burnell Goodman Russell Goodman Ned Enoch Russell Loven Shelbaer Harold Welsh Lyman Jones or. Lester Noggin j. W. Billy Persnger David c. Betts Robert Carpenter William la. Drake Hoyt Timmons Lawrence Wolford Benjamin Johnson Merle e. Garrett Joseph Hickey Steve Sturgil continued from Page one a temporarily breached Quot nazi lines the same area. Russian air and naval actions accounted for a 4 too ton German Supply vessel sunk off Northern Norway in a naval action. Three nazi patrol vessels and two Landing Craft were destroyed or damaged in Narva Bay As russian air i Craft attacked them. In Burma fighting for the Irrawaddy River base of my icky Lna in North Burma went on As american and chinese troops battled from Street to Street against Well entrenched Jap defenders. Allied forces within the City closed on the Railroad station As another Allied column reached the City from the North on Bisk Island off dutch new Guinea in the Southwest Pacific Gen. Douglas Macarthur s sixth army troops resumed their drive on the Island s three key Aird Romes after four engined bombers working in direct support of the infantry made an 80-ton. Precision bombing raid on Jap positions. In the we Ake of the raid ground forces occupied a Ridge overlooking the Road to the three airfields. De Gaulle ready to go to London Parley but lacks transportation i i missing in action Winfred p. Bidwell Ralph Morrison Marion Hunt Earl will to George of Day social worker mrs. Florence Renick has been appointed social worker for the Circleville benevolent society to succeed miss Clara southward i who resigned after having been connected with the benevolent society for the last 32 years. Mrs. Renick has been serving As Case worker for the Relief office. Held in Bike theft John pascan 14. Chillicothe and Leroy Robey. 13, Columbus were arrested Friday by sheriff Radcliff and Deputy Pontius and held for investigation in the theft of a bicycle belonging to Harry beavers commercial Point. The Robey boy has been arrested before for breaking and entering a grocery store in Columbus. Continued from Page one the committee desires an agree a ment without which it waa said the population of France would be confused and clashes among different elements might arise. This is not a question of extending further recognition to the committee but merely of coordination plans for civilian control. But the British and american governments decline to go beyond the statements of Secretary of state Hull and prime minister i Churchill which were almost identical in language Quot the committee will exercise leadership in the latter of Law and order in the liberated area of France under supervision of the Allied commander in chief a when Churchill added to this statement that he had invited de j Gaulle to London there were cheers in the House of commons but it remains to be seen when the French general will actually be provided with an air plane for making the trip. A further affront to the general was Felt in French circles by the fact that the United states has no High ranking Dilpor Tratia representative accredited to the committee in Algiers Edwin c. Wilson who had the personal rank of ambassador was withdrawn from that Post a month ago Quot because of the serious illness of his the state department has made no move to appoint a successor. Bert peer replaced Bert peer w to has been postmaster of Groveport for a number of years after having served As clerk in the Columbus Post office was replaced thursday by Senter Rarey who has been a Franklin county Deputy common pleas court cd Erk until he assumed i new duties. A --o�?.�?-. I b. Ullom die Isaac b Ullom 73. Father of Harold Ullom pleasant Street died Friday at 4 30 p in. In Bethesda Hospital. Zanesville after a two week illness. He was a native of Aleppo pa., where he was bom in 1870. To addition to i widow mrs. Daisy Ullom he leaves four sons. Buy War Bonds adults always 25 pm v 1 a a he nuns 2 hits 7 to / v children under 13�?12# . 3 Brand new feature nu01 Asp wounded Ira Byers or. James f. Bonners Marvin Stout link Brown Albert Neff Francis Temple Ansel roof Clarence Robison or. Bert Richey William sch amp up Fred a. Smith George curtain Kenneth w Ermaa John Hoff Lea Melvin Thompson John f. Stucke Carl Reichelderfe or. Woodrow Becard Charlo Duffer William t. Whiteside ted Corcoran Shurley Brown Ralph Carter Robert Redman Robert j. Stevenson Laurence f. Neff Harold f. Payne this list i unofficial any Odd facts a woman of 90 in Wayland mass., is still considered the baby of the family by her sister who is too. Person having knowledge of any other Pickaway county Soldier who has been killed in action was killed o. Died in line of duty is a prisoner of War to missing in action or has been wounded is urged to notify the Herald so his name May be included in the Honor Roll list Margaret o Brien James Craig plus hit no. 2 a alone rider in cheyennes S big hits every Day a at the grand Sun. A and Mon. 111111111 la 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 la 11111111111111111111111111111111= the magical musical with technicolor j Wood mud h = % in. A to the wish to thank the people of Circleville for their splendid patronage and cooperation in the past years. We will continue to serve you to the Best of our ability. W or. Kelly a = a i i try me cab co a a the dec Bowman Phil silvers a Jinx Falkenburg Sere pin by Virginia Upp directed by charts Vidor a a a Columbia picture granddaughter and their son Walter jr., his wife and daughter of Springfield were visitors sunday at the Home of or. And mrs Clinton Roby and daughter Harriett an. Charles Scott manager = nil i a a a mini Mno mining = i 3 Days starting tuesday a rousing a thrilling a the name it honors vhf Alii i 111 Airai inf the Sullivansr

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