Mediterranean Rome Stars And Stripes in Rome, Lazio 18 Mar 1945
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Mediterranean Rome Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - March 18, 1945, Rome, Lazio
Page 2 the stars and stripes sunday March 18, 1945transport workers new deferment plan keeps nation Riding Washington March 17 ans a a threatened transportation breakdown has resulted in the liberalization of draft deferments for Railroad airline and Inland waterway workers under 30. Other similar relaxations Are in Prospect for Coal miners and steel workers the associated press reported. The decisions to allow deferment of additional key workers in three segments of the transportation Industry followed a prediction by col. J. Monroe Jackson. Defense transportation director that the nations transportation system could not meet demands upon it this year a a unless Here is Early improvement in furnishing manpower and instead of the previous limit of 30 percent the railroads which already have lost 300 000 workers to the armed forces now May ask for deferment of his percent of their present occupational deferred workers Between the Ages of 18 and 30 this would be a total of 40.800 men. The airlines May ask for a deferment of 90 percent or a total of 4,860. And Inland Waterways a total of 2,400 on a percentage basis-90 percent for great lakes carriers and 80 percent for other Inland Waterways. The decision to Case the drafts Pinch on those three industries was reached at a meeting yesterday of the government s policy committee on decl National deferments. No formal announcement was made presumably on the theory that it i ight increase pressure of liberalization in other War production and War supporting activities the associated press said one highly placed official who declined to be quoted by name said however that it was agreed something must be done to save key workers in Ste production and Coal mining the official said it would be necessary to concentrate deferments in some critical activities at the expense of others. This sevens a natural income tax problems worry service men Washington March 17 ans a robbers Are apparently More worried by income tax troubles than about unfaithful wives or other Domestic relations problems the War department disclosed today. The judge advocate general a department through its Legal assistance plan started on March 16. 1943. Has handled More than 4.000,000 cases involving Legal Aid for soldiers since that time. On Persona problems it helps get divorces for those who want them but out of 4 000.000 cases Only six percent or about 240.000, concerned i divorces and other Domestic trouble. More cases were about tax matters than anything else 2 5 percent at cording to maj Gen. Myron it j it ii d your associates to cease and Clamer judge advocate general desist from using the name of the it is pleasing to note the Low american federation of i a Bor in percentage of cases involving do Many Way in connection with your Mystic relations difficulties which strike. Is somewhat at variance with the1 he said the strike a a should never popular belief on this subject it have occurred and ought to be ter said. Iii rated at meanwhile in Hollywood the m screen writers and directors Guild War Pule demanded immediate settlement of Quot a i a Iii j the i Lim Industry strike in a a cd i Al i strongly worded analysis of the in civilian Floc le3tn6riilkoul huh 1s a three sided argument Between two Al unions and the producers. Washington March v ans the screen actors Guild met a deep slash in the Supply of leather thursday night to vote on whether for civilian shoes in april. May and i to support or n a it it i the strike issues you May have seen this photo in Tore by ifs Toni sewn who according to the latest returns was the favorite i pinup in 1944. We always say you can to get too much of a Good thing. Film workers told to return by Green Washington March 17 William Green president of the american federation of labor called upon Hollywood screen technicians to return to work after disavowing the strike As a violation of the Union s wartime a a no strike pledge Green wired Herbert Sorrell president of the conference of studio unions �?�1 officially disavow your strike and Call upon you Marine weds nurse finds bars a curse i. A math falks. Oro a ret 17 a ans Mitchell pair. Medal of Honor Winner and his Bride of two weeks Are having a Din Dong race for rank when the Provost marshal at Klamath Marine Barracks married chief Navy nurse Genevieve p Albers they were even up he a Marine Lien tenant. She a Navy lieutenant i g l this week mrs. Paige was prs moved to full lieutenant but shed Bern giving orders to her husband just 24 hours when he was promoted to Captain. Paige of Dravosburg pa., and his wife both Are veterans of Long service in the Pacific. Jane was disclosed by the War production Board today. From meager figures made Public t Quot appeared that Only ten to 15 percent As much cattle hide would be available for civilian shoe uppers As at the present most of the rest is the enormously inert mantis for footwear Pine administration said no Chance in shoe contemplated beyond i announced in december said the next ration stamp probably not be validated Rig to meet i army de i office of spokesman at ions was t lightening when opa would until dirt mens sometime of May i web said the Impact of the see would fall particularly on shoe and on various juvenile up plans Are brine Laid the Agency an . For treat in increased no due hop of fabric shoes As a tut for leather footwear. The result will not be known until next w Eek the second break in the strike front occurred thursday when the culinary workers were ordered Back to work in the studio restaurants by the International president the culinary workers were second of nine local members of the conference representing studio workers to withdraw support from the strike i he film technicians local voted to return to work thursday Indian sign Florence March 17�?swastika flaps Are now being used for the Benefit of florentine children it a announced Here today by i and v Section of 5th ,.mv. The flags confide ated by am Are being made into dresses for children in the Hospital mover and orphanage by a committee of Florence of eight Navy seamen dead Portland Ore March 17 and a Clarence Floyd Patten the Navy Sha in Pion dad is dead news of the death of the Ridgefield. Wash., Man who joined the Nav along with eight sons was i received by the naval recruiting office from Navy Headquarters to Day no details were Given. Pop Patten then a 52-Vear-old i w widower enlisted in the Navy in August. 1941. Aboard the battleship Nevada where his seven eldest sons already were serving. His eighth son 16 years old. Carried a placard stating a a Patten rile head of the Navy s largest seagoing family was Given a special ape waiver by Admiral Chester w Nimit to allow him to enlist. He was on naval recruiting duty Here when news that his seven eldest von Bruce Ray Marne Allen Clarence. Marvin and Gilbert had Bien aboard the aircraft Carrier Lexington Unk in the Coral sea Battle. All were . For discusses Lack of information Washington March 17 a ans it a mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt said yesterday that the people of the nation have a a neglected knowing what is going on in veterans hospitals and said they did not have first hand information on the treatment accorded the nation s wounded and ill heroes. The first i Ady made the statement at a press conference when asked to comment on a recent article in a Magazine which said the veterans were getting a third rate Medicine for first rate men a asked if she was agreeing with the allegations that treatment accorded veterans was inadequate or poor As has been charged in Congress. Mrs. Roosevelt replied �?�1 in not going to say anything exc get that As citizens we should know the veterans hospitals in our Community. We should visit the hospitals and attention to what we Ltd mrs. Roosevelt also does t Thi fuck the United states is iou Ai Fang Europe a poor All by it of other nation have tilings to contribute she told the press col i a president s wife had been whether she shared the fear the american Economy would my k it we feed Europe a while on the subject of food he discussed White House menus tin category included comment that Quot spam undisguised Hasni to yet been served in the executive mansion but she Wasny to sure about disguised forms. Also Frankfurter Are served every now and then because Quot we like them and if tile butter situation gets much worse it May be dropped from the menu entirely except for the president and their five year old grandson the first lady recalled that butter has been served in the White House on in for breakfast since it first began to be a May reach front in six months Stilwell tells press Washington March 17 ans a general Joseph w. Stilwell Nom Mander of the u. S. Army ground forces said today that six months of ter induction was about the minimum time in which a Soldier could enter combat the United press reported the general told a press conference that casualty rates would be lower but the War would last longer if new replacements were Given longer training. He said it was better the training period remain the Way it is a minimum of 17 weeks Basic training plus overseas training. On the use of 18-year-Olds in combat he said Quot i done to like to take those kids either. I just saw 1.000 of them off to the Pacific. I know they can take care of themselves. They May have some mental hazards on the he predicted the end of the european War would relieve pressure for replacements and allow for longer training periods. Stilwell disagreed with a recent Magazine article which said new troops arriving at the front were a a orphans of he disclosed that maj. Gen. James g. Christiansen chief of staff of the army ground forces was conferring with general Ben Lear in charge of replacements in Europe on ways to improve the army training system. Unfit sent Over Washington March 17 ans a Many physically unfit men Are being sent overseas for duty and the Navy department says this must Stop tile United press reported today. It was disclosed the Navy Bureau of Medicine and surgery and the Bureau of naval personnel had sent joint memorandums to All ships and stations telling them what to do about the situation. Quot numerous reports or receipt of men in overseas areas who Are not physically qualified to perform All of their duties have been received by the Bureau of naval personnel a said the memorandum which then directed a in View of transportation involved unwarranted Burden on medical facilities in advanced areas and the present congestion of men awaiting medical or dental treatment in those areas it is extremely urgent that Steps be taken to prevent transferring such men the memorandum reminded ships and stations that the primary responsibility for the correction of physical defects was that of the commanders of naval training centers at which recruits receive their initial training but the final responsibility it added belongs to whoever has control of personnel at the fat Ort of american tank mounts 90 my. Gun Washington. March 17 anew heavy tank the Genet i Pershing has been in action in in rope and has proven its Meri War production chairman j. / Krug disclosed today. The new tan mounts a 90 my. Gun and is a answer to the nazi Tiger. King quoted a letter from the Hief of army ordnance a. Get l h Campbell reporting that tan a reus were enthusiastic Over it fighting abilities and destructs i nun lit let. They have urged me t get them a maximum number c he a a a a yanks in the least possible the the letter to Krug said. At the same time he said the Here a the possibility of r Uncle a automobile being pre need in the United states aft be fall of Germany Anonym would be to prevent a single maim a Turer from gaining compact tiv advantage. Krug made the statement in con f Elt non with the disclosure that the government was working on a conversion plans and would h ready Quot when the time come a after Germany is Defeated til japanese War will continue to it first Call on production he emphasized. Who Sau wet i Ancaster. A. March 17 ans a the l8t was torpedoed from under by 2-e Robert Snyder but he did no to even get his feet wet. The Rescue ship was so cd tse he Ald that he stepped from one boat to the other he was Home in time to receive the Navvy a officio1 notice to i family that he had been wounded
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