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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Coshocton, OhioPhone numbers news room 170 subscription claw ads and display ads 205 the Coshocton Tribune Security too vol. Xxxv no. 281 Kim met f Tad Etc Borttl Coshocton Ohio saturday evening june 3, 1944 full it Ltd Deport of United press three cents soviet bases used shuttle raids Rome to escape harm unless germans try to hold it commander of Allied forces replies to Pope americans push steadily toward italian capital by Robert v. Vermilion United press correspondent Allied Headquarters Naples the fifth army by passed the beleaguered fortress of la Suvio in a fighting Advance up the App Ian Way to the outskirts of Genzano today and the Allied command plied to Pope Pius with a pledge to spare Rome from Battle unless the germans defend it. American artillery pounded Genzano 15 Miles Southeast of Rome and half Way Between newly captured Velletri and the papal summer Home at Castel Gandolfo in preparation for imminent As Sault. German Small arms fire from Genzano was diminishing but heavy guns Emp laced in the Alban Hills above hurled rolling barrages on the App Ian Way it. Castellaccio five and a half Miles North of Velletri fell to american troops driving thru the Alban Hills Between the App Ian Way and the via Catilina american forces at Val Mantone. 10 Miles Northeast of Velletri struck out West along the via Cas Ilina the other main Road toward Romet against enemy opposition. Another american column rolled Southeast from Val Montone along the via Catilina toward a Junction with eighth army forces push ing on thru Ferentina some 18 Miles Distant and a French col cd looking supermen dazed and a bit frightened looking Are these German prisoners taken by Allied fifth army troops in the smashing drive on Rome. Continued on Page four French underground army ready for a Day French underground Force swell organized and numbering More than persons stand ready to and the allies on a Day Ralph former United press director for France writes in the following dispatch. Heinzen the Ger mans has returned to the United states in one of the diplomatic exchanges. By Ralph Heinzen new Job control program studied m Nutt fishes for Congress support Washington manpower commissioner Paul v. Mcnutt was scheduled to discuss his new Job control program with a group of senators today in an Effort to behind the program a con Gress which thus far has mostly maintained a possibly ominous silence. The few congressmen who have expressed themselves so far have been critical. Rep. William j. Mil Ler r., conn., wasted no time in denouncing the program As illegal holding that it puts into effect a National labor draft Xvi Hout Sanc Tion of Congress. Sen. Mon c. Walgren d., wash., member of the Truman conv t tee said he doubted if such action was necessary and wondered if Congress will stand for Austin s comment was no commit he said the order de Monstras Jed the necessity that something be done on the manpower Situa there has been no labor reaction As yet to the program which Mcnutt announced yesterday would to put into effect not later than july 1." labor organizations have expressed themselves Asun Equi vocally opposed to a labor draft As such. Destine Force which has been biting at the German Back for four years. Its present mobilized strength is Well armed militants and a million or More reservists at the disposal of the Allied High command for a Day. As Long ago As August 1941, i saw the underground in its first slaying of German soldiers and officers on the blacked out streets of occupied Paris. Until my arrest in Vichy the Day the american forces landed in French North. Africa nov 7, 1942, i saw the underground engineering escapes of British and american War prisoners chiefly aviators. The underground began As a guerrilla Force whose chief role was to take a steady toll of German lives in revenge. Its first killing was the Midnight stabbing of a German Soldier in the darkened exit of the port Dauphine subway station. Today it is virtually a corps of sabotage engineers. Court decision upholds web in Ward Case Board s orders not subject to review ruling Washington the justic department soon will ask dismissal of All. Montgomery Ward co suits challenging the Validity o War labor Board orders it a understood today. Such action will be based on yesterday s decision of the court of appeals for the District of Colum Bia that web decisions Are no subject to court enforcement o review. Justice department and web officials jubilant Over the decision interpreted it As approval of the administration s position in the Ward cases and other Lega contests Over the Validity of web orders. Three judges of the appeals court unanimously upheld a District court in its dismissal of a suit Brot by a group of new eng land trucking companies. In an other Case involving Montgomery Ward a District court refused to dismiss and the government appealed. After yesterday s decision the appeals court rejected the govern ment petition and said the lower court could speedily dispose of the Case presumably in Accord with he opinion in Case. Montgomery Ward has filed five suits challenging the legality continued on Page four on a Day we can expect the underground to Aid materially in disrupting German troop move ments and defences. Its role will be to Cut communications Dyna mite Bridges and viaducts open dams destroy Power lines and railroads to ambush the enemy report his concentrations and movements spy on his secret preparations. Its execution squads will Corner and pm a Long list of Black listed traitors to France. The underground in France is today composed of Many officers and men of the disbanded French army patriots from All walks of life All creeds All political beliefs whose Only crime was to hate Ger Many. For this their names were written on the Gestapo blacklists. There have been five main Cen lers of underground Paris Lyons Toulouse Grenoble and Valenciennes. In one county along the Borders of Italy High in the Alps the underground has held inviolate a sector a which the Vichy German armies. The underground is commanded by a career officer of the disbanded regular French army. Most of its officers Are army men Many of its fighters have fought the Ger mans in two wars. Some fought the German italian and Spanish fascists in Spain six years ago. The underground is a political melting pot but its whole policy is pure nationalism. Police never have been Able to penetrate even with the Aid of the program setting up Semi control Over All male Man held for Akron police on theft charge a Man giving his name As John olten 21, of Cincinnati was under arrest at Newcomerstown today awaiting Akron police who were workers 17 years of age and Over to take him to the Cut will require All employers except Farmers to hire Only men referred to them by the United states employment service or other employment channels sanctioned by the wac. On a sex officer made first service Flag Ever wonder where the service Flag came from ii was the idea of capt. Robert l. Queisser. Re tired Ohio National guard officer who sought some Way of showing that his two sons were in service during world War i. Soon Afler his Home cily of Cleveland had adopted the design the idea spread across the country. Ever won How Lols of folks seem to Lockne a a a to a e to articles their first idea is of phone 205 charge of Auto theft. The Man arrested Friday Afler a 1937 Packard Coupe which he was driving struck a gasoline pump at the e. B. Moore Sinclair station in Newcomerstown. Officer Russell Reynolds arrested the Driver and on checking the License Learned the car was not his. The prisoner admitted steal ing the car in Akron officer Rey nolds said. Akron police were to come for him this afternoon. Mrs. Henry w. Conrad Dies Early today at Home on Orange St. Mrs. Henry w. Conrad 84, died at 5 a. M. Today Al her Home 950 Orange St. After a 10-month ill Ness with infirmities. Nettie Guthrie was born Jan. 11, 1860, in Mill Creek township the daughter of William and Sarah Murray Guthrie. She was a Mem Ber of the presbyterian Church. Surviving Are iwo sons Conrad of Coshocton and e. F. Conrad of Hopedale two Daugh ters mrs. H. E. Wangen of Coshocton and mrs. O. L. Grender of Erie pa., and a brother Roy Gulf Rie of Clark. Eight grandchildren and five Greal grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held Al monday at the Glass funeral Home in charge of or. R. M. Kis Kaddon. Burial will be in South Lawn cemetery. Friends will be americans take Ridge. From japs resume Advance toward Ai drome by Don Caswell United press correspondent Allied Headquarters Southwest Pacific american sixth army troops resuming their Advance toward Lokmer Ai drome on Biak Island broke thru Jap anese resistance on Lokmer Ridge and today controlled the plateau overlooking the approaches to the strategic Airfield. A spokesman for Gen. Douglas Macarthur said the reinforced u. S. Troops were mopping up enemy pockets on top of the Ridge which they reached in two Days of fighting up the Steep slopes. The action was the first since the americans halted their drive earlier this week while reinforce ments were Brot onto the Island to bolster the sixth army units. In occupying the Ridge running parallel to the Shore line about 200 Yards from the Beach the Ameri cans gained positions dominating the coastal roads where the Jap anese had set up Strong defences on the approaches to the Airfield. Lying less than 900 Miles South of the Philippines. Big Liberator bombers of the fifth air Force joined in the drive and pounded the enemy s Ridge defences and the Airfield with 80 tons of explosives. American dead carried from Wake beachhead i some of american dead felled by japanese machine gun fire and snipers bullets during Landing Wake Island Are carried in litters to a coast guard Lam Landing Craft for Transfer to the new Guinea Mainland. Committee of s food subsidies v Price control act Extension favored of he House banding who on previous occasions approved legislation. Banning the adm Nistra Ion s consumer food subsidies to Day had endorsed them with provision that no new commode Eis be added to the list. The present list includes meat Sutter and flour. Approval of the subsidies was Given late yesterday As the com Mittee recommended to the House legislation to extend the life of the emergency Price control act for an Ither year from its expiration Date Une 30. Members of the committee hailed tie measure As legislation which would keep the Price control pro Tarn intact tighten opa practices and further protect business men and Farmers subject to opa regu actions. Rep. Jesse p. Wolcott r., mich., banking minority member of the Ommittee said some of the most important amendments to the act make it possible for any protest it to obtain a review of an opa order at any time now limited to 0 Days from issuance of the or or and stay proceedings until the Validity is determined by the emergency court of. under the present act the opa a Law and court unto Volcott said. This is not in accordance with our constitutional aws and called for of Dies following operation at Troy 0. George e. Bud Shaw 6, who cd with his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. C. O. Moder at 541 North ollege St. Newcomerstown died unexpectedly Friday after a tonsil 15 arrested by Fri in Baltimore for Selling draft rejections ask Don j. De received at the funeral Home from rag Hoover of the Fri today an 4 p. M. Sunday until the time the arrest of 15 persons services. In Baltimore on charges of conspiracy in connection with the Selling on a wholesale basis of draft rejections. Hoover identified three service find body of woman believed strangled East Liverpool o. The body of an unidentified woman who was believed to have been strangled to death was found wrapped in two Indian blankets men on the staff of the Sale induction censer of Maryland As major figures in the alleged conspiracy. He said they wore chief Pelly and tied Wilh a clothes line near a officer Chester t. Ruby 41, Clur j Pennsylvania i Here Loday. Railroad crossing ical murder trial delayed Portsmouth. First the body was found by Samuel and Cpl. Morris supervisor at the induction 1 Center sgt. Leon Shapiro 25. Ltd order u and degree murder irial of Robert Hal Field 27, which was scheduled to Slart Here monday before a court of three common pleas judges has been postponed at the request of the county prosecutor in order to i Complete investigation of the Case. Hatfield is charged with slaying Coshocton Tribune Charles Addis Ironton i owner last May. Garage 25, a steel worker. Apparently the body had been thrown from an automobile police said. The woman was about 30 years of age. All were assigned to the fifth regiment armory in Baltimore which serves As the induction Cen Ler he said. Hoover said the servicemen and Tho Only Mark on the body was j other persons contacted Prospect a slight discoloration on the Throat live inductees to ascertain whether around the neck was tied a woman s slip which May have been used to strangle her police said. They were interested in buying rejections. Prices ranged from si30 to and in some instances gifts such As cases of liquor he added. Selectee were coached on How to feign psych neurosis before induction Center examining Phy Chi atriss Hoover said and rejections .sulled from the Sele Clees enlarging on known ailments or adopting neurotic symptoms. In addition to the servicemen Hoover said eight selectee were charged Wilh giving false state ments to evade military service and four other persons were charged with and Labelling t Lary service. Hoover described the Case As one of the most extensive and flagrant uncovered thus far in the he said today s Fol Lowed months of investigation Wilh the assistance of military Intelli gence and induction Center officials. He indicated that others were i son av., has been named Patricia under i Ann. Counselling in evasion of Mili you la have to ask says Isabella Masdea above of co Lumbus Ohio in reply to queries on her reported engagement to capt. Don s. Gentile of Paqua Ohio. She accompanied him Dur ing his recent visits to Columbus and was his luncheon guest mrs. Sarah Hott Dies Friday at her Home North of Holmesville mrs. Sarah Holt 66, died Fri Day Al 10 a. M. Al her Home three Miles North of Holmesville. She was bom april in Holmes county the daughter of Isaac and Mary Hosteller. Mrs. Holt was a member of the Rehren Church. So ried aug. 18, 1895, to a. G. Holt who survives. Also surviving Are six sons Charles e. And George Holt of Cleveland Samuel of Bedford Russell and Abraham Bolh of the Navy the latter in North Africa and William Holt of the army Stalio cd at Camp Fannin Tex. Two , mrs. Bessie Vurlan of Ashland of. And mrs. Elsie Mcquigg of Wooster and 12 grandchildren. Other survivors include a brother Herbert Hosteller of Lagrange ind. Three Sisters miss Amanda Hosteller of Hopedale. Iii., miss Caroline Hosteller and mrs. Abner Stutzman of Aurora o. Funeral services will be held monday Al 3 p. M. In the Holmes Ville Church of Christ in charge of Rev. Robert Tucker of Wooster. Burial will be in Holmesville cemetery. Friends May Call at the Home Afler sunday noon. Cincinnati bread strike near end bakery tie up in Toledo continues by United press a strike which has Cut bread supplies in the Cincinnati by 90 per cent Ray be ended today but there appeared little1 Hope of settlement before monday of an other walkout in Toledo which has reduced bread supplies there. A vote was to be held at Cincinnati today among members of the bakery Drivers Union Al who have been on strike for six Days. Union officials promised yesterday before regional web officials in Cleveland that an attempt would be made today to Settle the strike by the 325 Drivers. Officials of the Cincinnati Bak ers representing the 12 major bakeries affected by the strike full production might be resumed late today should the Drivers decide to end the walkout called in protest against the employers Appeal to the web against a regional Board order granting wage increases. Approximately Bakers and inside employees were made Idle by the walkout. At Toledo 128 Drivers were told that unless their strike is settled by tuesday the Case will be referred to the National War la Bor Board. The strike was called in protest against alleged delay by the Board in acting upon wage increase de mands. Operation in Stouder memorial Hostila in Troy o. The child is survived by his Molher mrs. Belly Shaw and a sister Patricia Ann. Of Troy his rnai grandparents or. And mrs. C. V. Shaw of newcomers and his a Lornal grandparents or. And mrs. G. R. Harris of Troy. Funeral services will be held monday Al 2 p. M. At inc Erwin funeral Home in Troy Birtis note the daughter born May 27 to it. And mrs. A p. Mccaskey Wil 21 men leave to begin service in army Navy nine registrants out of draft Board no. 1 who have been accepted by the Navy were sent to co Lumbus thursday for assignment and 12 army acce tees left for it. Thomas ky., Friday. Those leaving for the Navy Are Paul a. Nelson Edwin Corder Donald e. Sturtz Homer n. Ran Dies Coshocton George a. Car Penter Gnaden Hulton Wilmer c. Brillhart Millersburg Roland l. Hackenbracht Isleta Transfer in Ralph Deevers Bedford trans Fer out Charles w. Lawrence Urbana. Those who will receive assign ments in the army Are Harold a. Callen Linc Maro j. Emerson Wal Ter l. Glazier Leroy Woodard Richard f. Chancy Gerald e. Jar vis Francis l. Fowler Coshocton Robert e. Guilliams Conesville Richard c. Mcgee Mansfield Harry e. Weidger newcomers town Elmer l. Borland. Dresden Hubert o. Huston Massillon. Stubbs funeral monday funeral services for mrs. Nancy Ella Lubbs who died Early Friday at her Home on West Vine St., will be held at monday at the Glass funeral Home in charge of adj. Paul Hoffman. Burial will be in South Lawn cemetery. The weather warm and humid with thundershowers to night and sunday. I yank planes land in Russia after Mission new technique Broadens Allied bombing Range e a Stern u. S. Strap Glt air forces Russia the first american shuttle involving the use of bases in Russia opened up All Axil Europe including previous Blind spots to Aerial bombardment to Day on a virtually unlimited scale. The initial such attack was completed yesterday when scores of flying fortresses with an escort of american Mustang and soviet Yak fighters landed at newly completed bases somewhere in Russia after raiding romanian targets selected by the russian command. Neither the targets attacked nor the bases from which the fort resses came was announced immediately. However nearly 750 Italy based fortresses and libera tors yesterday raided two railway junctions in Cluj and Siberia along with three communications centers in Eastern Hungary red air Force ran inter Ference for the fortresses and their american escort on the toward journey attacking German air domes along the route to keep enemy planes on the ground. In Sas soon As the big four engined bombers rolled to a halt on soviet soil american and soviet ground Crews began servicing and arming 4hem for their return mis Sions in route to bases in Britain Italy and Africa. History was made As four invasion coast pounded hard four heavy raids made in 24 hours London United states eighth Arr Force stepped up the Tempo of its attacks on the French invasion coast today when flying fortresses and liberators smashed twice within a few hours at Ger Man fortifications in the de Calais and Boulogne areas. It. Gen. James h. Doolittle s heavy bombers led hundreds of Allied planes across the Channel a Daylight today in the Wake of Strong British night Force which divided tons of explosives among the trapped rail Junction outside Paris the French coast and the German chemical Center of Leve Kusen. The two attacks on the stretch of French Shoreline across the narrowest neck of the Channel in creased to four the heavy blows struck at that area in some 24 hours. The first was a record or near by for resses and liberators yesterday. Nearly 500 u. S. Heavy bombers escorted by a like number of fight to struck in two Waves at the so called rocket coast laying a car pet of explosives on the mysterious military installations stud Ding the area. Thunderbolt lightning and Mustang fighters accompanied the fortresses and liberators in their second straight Day of assault on the nazi targets 20-Odd Miles from Southeast England. The striking forces flew Over a solid Cloud Blanket and aimed their bombs by special devices. Former Coshocton Man Dies at Uhrichsville John Frederick Schoonover 73, former Coshocton resident died saturday at 1 a. M. At the Home of his brother Charles a. Schoon Over 424 Cross St., Uhrichsville. He was born in Adair county mo., june 29, 1870, a son of Wil Liam and Harriett Schoonover. His wife four Brothers and two Sis lers preceded him in death. Or. Schoonover formerly made his Home with or. And mrs. Ralph Hoobler Coshocton. Moving to Uhrichsville two years ago. Friends will he received at Dawson funeral Home. Services will be announced later. Spat Ftp

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