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Miami Daily News Record (Newspaper) - October 7, 1945, Miami, Oklahoma Roe the byline of dependability Miami daily news record vol. Ali la no. 84 i Nalii Hird Etc a Ltd except saturday and Sandal Momma a Miami a War re re table Hinc ca., inc Miami okla., sunday october 7, 1945 office of Poblic Rainn a Street and pirate Avenue e. Price five cents drive to collect fund quota Here gains momentum to inject new life into the Quot Ian Gingo National War fund Campaign Miami c. R. Durham City drive chairman said saturday that a Kickoff breakfast for All residential workers will be held the hotel Miami dining room at 9 a. I . Monday. Immediately following the meal All sections of the City will be canvassed to raise i j amiss $10,500 Campaign quota. R. K. Holland chairman of the Industrial employees group announced a committee of 12 Miami Chicago cubs 4 to i before 42, businessmen who will Contact conn923 fans at Wrigley Field and a employers this week. The com Square the world series at two vie Mitte Emen Are tories apiece. Bruce g. Arter. Ray me dizzy Trout a five hit feat halts Chicago Detroit evens series count at two All with 4-to-l Triumph by Gayle Talbot Chicago oct. 6�? of a Detroit s unpredictable tigers came roaring Back again today behind the Brilliant five hit pitching of haul a a dizzy Trout to Wallop the John plea l. Lewis ignores operators to Check spreading strikes one big inning the fourth the bengals broke their appalling Hatting famine to drive Southpaw Ray Prim from the Mound and score All their runs four hits and a pair of walks. With that to work Trout was never threatened and the Only run scored off his scorching fast Ball and curves was unearned. One was out when the tigers suddenly burst their hounds and jumped Back into the fight. Eddie Mayo opened it Arith a walk the first Bengal to reach first. Boger Cramer and Hank Greenberg followed with clean singles. Mayo scoring the second blow. As Cramer advanced to second. When Roy Cullenbine came through with his first hit of the series a rousing double Down the left Field line that scored Cramer -4 and sent Greenberg to third. Prim was yanked and was replaced by Paul Derringer. York was purposely passed filling the bases. Outlaw forced Kudy at second Greenberg scoring the play and Catcher Paul Rich Ards then drove Cullenbine across with the fourth run a clean single to Center. Trout closed the rally with infield roller and then strode Back out to the Mound i to protect his Lead manfully through the next six innings. Having been badly off form the closing weeks of the american league Campaign the 30-year-old right hander had figured Little continued Page two Greenfeather is facing a charge a of manslaughter tames Greenfeather it of a Quapaw charged with manslaughter following the death of Pete Dearing. 58, a fellow townsman last week will he arraigned before judge John h. Venable county court Here monday. County attorney Richard Smith who filed against Greenfeather late Friday said saturday that he does no to believe Greenfeather will let a tried District court during the term which opens tomorrow As time required for a preliminary hearing wont permit such action. Greenfeather is alleged to have caused the death of Dearing by striking him with his fist during altercation a Quapaw cafe last sunday. Dearing who witnesses said apparently struck his head the floor after being struck by Greenfeather a fist died the next Day a Joplin Hospital. Death was attributed to a brain concussion. Contractors sue Naughton j. L. Vail Paul Roberts c. M. Bartlett. W. W. Wing a. I. Walker Emmett liter George Grant h. B. Skinner. W. F. Gilbreath and John Wiley. Members of a sub committee include Carl Lawrence. Florence Morley John Morley and Roy Mcghee. The committeemen Are charged with contacting Industrial Heads who Are being urged to appoint their own committees to solicit voluntary contributions at various working centers. Truman arrives Home state to visit fair More than 50,000 persons expected to hear president talk today by Ernest r. Vaccaro Caruthersville mo., oct. 6�?lft�?president Truman came Back to Missouri again today to a warm hearted Welcome from old friends Pem Iscott county after a hectic Day of travel. He will highlight his visit tomorrow with a speech tomorrow afternoon about 4 30 Cost of clock at the american legions county fair where he has been a regular attendant for 13 years. Press Secretary Charles g. Ross Arle Luth Mph a said the president will speak extance of the War Cam Tempora Neoushy and that he did not to employees of the Patter know the nature of has address. J about 50,000 to 60.000 persons drawn not Only from Missouri but from neighbouring Arkansas and Tennessee Are expected Here for the occasion this town of 6,612. One of the first sights which met the president s Eye As he drove into Caruthersville from Blytheville ark., where he flew the a sacred cow from Washington was electric theater sign we hich said a Hail to our chief. We think he is still blowing a straight this recalled the Oft spoken tribute of the presidents Mother mrs. Martha Truman. 92, of Grandview that Harry Truman As a farm boy could a plow the straightest Furrow of any lad the state. The president will attend services at the Baptist Church Here tomorrow. The president s plane landed at Blytheville ark., at 6. . Costa least 15 minutes later than orig scheduled and after darkness bad fallen Over that Northeast Arkansas City. Be had planned to Fly directly from Martinsburg West Virginia after attending judge Bennett Champ Clark s wedding at nearby Berryville. \ a., hut a Low ceiling prevented the use of the Martinsburg army Resene Field and the president had to Dri get 63 Miles Back to Washington to begin his 795-mile air trip. Washington reporters who a a covered Truman a flight to Blytheville arrived 30 minutes after the president s plane came . A Low ceiling Over the Washington Airport had led to a decision to hold the departure of the news and photographers two planes for 15 sacred twa Pilot no. 1000 son manufacturing company monday morning. Japan names new Premier Boron Kijuro ski Deloro former am Bossodorf to u. S., Heads Cabinet Tokyo Ort. 6 Chi aged Baron Kujuro Shigehara Long time foe of Japan s machine gun imperialism became Premier of a new government today and forthwith disbanded the dread secret police. Given a free hand by emperor Birbil and the approval of general Mac Arthurs headquarter. The 73-year-old former ambassador to the United states dug into his task with a vigor that belied his years. Dome Agency said his first act was to reappoint As foreign minister Shigeru \ it Shida a like minded Man whose criticism of the War against the United states once landed him jail. His second act said the newspaper a Ahi was to appoint Veteran parliamentarian Yaadanii Mahatma to the crucial Post of Home minis i Ter under whose authority the a thought police ran their reign of terror. It was the failure to obey promptly Macarthur order to dismiss Home minister Iwao Yamasaki who sought to save the a a Ecret police that helped bring Down Premier Higashi a uni s Post surrender government yesterday. Domei announced that the Home shot Down his b-24 Over Athena Reece. Frank Bush of Memphis tern., parachuted to safety arrived to become tile 1.000th Pilot hired by transcontinental anode Stern airline. Inc. He is shown at the controls of a dc-3 thie will Pilot Nfn a i. A first officer. T Oil strike ends a re a did As 029 crashes Lito Pacific labor Secretary misses i first Effort to gain recognition for Bosses by the associated press mine closings and additional strikes continued to plague the nation s soft Coal Fields saturday As initial efforts by Secretary of labor Schwellenbac failed to Settle a controversy Over recognition of the United mine workers supervisory Union. Altogether estimated 550,000 workers still were Idle walkouts and layoffs across the nation with this number expected to drop swiftly to less than 400.000 Early next week with prospects of settlements some disputes. I my president John l. Lewis refused operators re a quest to end the strikes saving he Laval thrown. Out of court prominent frenchmen refuses to return to courtroom after debate Paris. Oct. 6 by Pierre lava expelled again from his trial for treason adamantly refused to refineries would he delivering Gas that they were started by locals of the ump United clerical technical and supervisory employees Union. Whether All of 43.000 Oil workers who struck 15 states for a 30 percent wage increase would return to their jobs government seized refineries remained to he determined. President o. A. Knight of the International Oil workers Union predicted most of the 51 seized Tulsa area Francisco oct. 6 Fri -ib-29 bomber from the Mari Plont workers other scattered sectors go Back to work too Tulsa oct. 6 a ply Oil Plant workers the Tulsa area and at scattered Points Over the state were Back at work tonight under j by 7�?Toaap<iuard�?T. Return to court today and the trial proceeded without him or his at i tourneys. Declaring jury men had shouted at him a Swine a and a you deserve to be hanged a Laval asserted Quot the High court will condemn me without having judged me a he charged a the court fears the truth and that a crime was being committee against him. The former chief of the Vichy government was thrown out of court for the second time three Days of tumultuous proceedings after a heated argument with air raid into the sea 300 Miles Jude Paul Gibeaux and prose of Francisco today and at a is hour this afternoon the Navy a fined thai three were killed to e missing and 13 were res Cuer Andre Hornet. The court after government operation of strike of leered ref Meizies Ami some produce ing units. Officials of local plants said operations were Norma except for minor readjustment work necessitated by the seven Day Idle Ness which involved about 2.00 of estimated 4, cd the state Okmulgee striking workers of the Sinclair Petroleum Plant bad voted to return to work with Union officials there saying that the resumption did not mean giving the workers fight for a 30 percent increase wages. Cities service Oil co. And be 12te naval District Sti adj it would take until a or the Small Rescue Craft to Fiir to the coast with the Succorso a Jed dead. He starch for the missing is line k \ corer of the impending a. has >4<rijf re the radioed that he was ordering and passengers to Para iwo of the engines were out he the plane was ditched the via to of a coast guard Picke boat 3fh guards the route of planes ailing Between Hawaii and the Biland. I the Nav f Lair workers the Seminole Dis i def dispatched strict also went Back to their jobs. F i Martin seaplanes continued Page two minutes after the a sacred cow ministry Bride suspending the a Sec ret police freed 25 political be president visited briefly at a Ais k 1 z4 Rush i is prisoners including 16 comm Wytheville with j. A. Leach a re 7 c l1 t by \ i cd ni8t"v Distant relative of John w. Sny Lai its i it likewise dissolved the special continued Page two higher police censor department a a a which pried into the live of die of or youths fat of Senters Domei news Agency said three to the a and the survivors were ted swimming the sea. Fist Nard frigates and one Ivy be Sci Sere aiding the i Cue the Navy said. Lie Rescue was hampered by China Poh i to seas and a limited air plane 1 . With the jury for St minutes decided to readmit Laval. He re a pred briefly and announced that he would take a silent defense protest against the manner of conducting the trial. Shortly afterwards a recess was ordered and this time flatly refused to return when summoned. Asserting h could he led Hack Only Handcuffs. He even forbade his attorneys to reenter the tribunal. The judge then announced that the trial would proceed anyhow and called the the prosecution Albert Lebrun. Lebrun the stand Only 12 minutes said he had been warned one occasion by i aval a a vehement terms not to leave France for North Africa because he then would he committing a act of treason toward the French Oline and Oil this week but Many Oil locals declined to say what action they would take pending membership meetings scheduled Over the week end. Texas 15 refineries and pipe line systems resumed operations under Navy direction at Houston. Fort a Orth Texas City and Corpus Christi. Detroit the Ford motor company recalled some 60, said off workers the basis of a Cio announcement that the strike at the Kelsey Hayes wheel company which supplies parts to the Cord company had been terminated. I Ford spokesmen said production deliberating would be resumed tins we.-. Some 4.500 workers were involved the Kelsey Hayes strike. unsuccessful Effort to have four discharged workers reinstated. More labor troubles the Ford company As the i a announced a notice of intent to Call a strike of 145,000 Ford workers would be filed monday with the National labor relations Board to enforce demands for a 30. 1 ent e go Mere c. Meantime a York the eating houses must display grading signs local restaurants beginning tomorrow to show a b or c placard beginning monday All eating and drinking establishments Miami will display placards which will show the Public the official grading which each is entitled to receive accordance with the City ordinance regulating sanitation restaurants and fountains or. H. C. Huntley director of the Ottawa county health department said saturday. explaining the value of the ordinance to the Public or. Huntley said All businesses which serve meals Short orders and drinks of any kind Are to display placards bearing their official Grade. Restaurants drink fountains etc., will he graded according to their sanitary condition and general cleanliness of their building premises construction and Type of utensils dishes and methods of handling these utensils and equipment the method which food is stored and prepared. The ordinance provides for grades a. B and c. Any restaurant which displays a Grade a placard has met the minimum sanitary recommendations of the ordinance and is considered to be Good sanitary condition. The personnel of such a restaurant have All had the prescribed physical examination and possess health cards to this effect. The equipment and dishes of such restaurants have been subjected to the proper methods of sterilization and Are regarded Safe for Public patronage. general any Grade a restaurant May be said to be Well lighted and ventilated clean throughout contain the proper Type of toilet facilities and provide adequate and convenient lavatory facilities for use of All employees. The premises Are kept clean and food which is served is stored displayed and served the proper conditions. Any restaurant Whir Grade b placard has failed i ply with some of the Cor continued rage to splays a to rom edit Iona it purchasers can move houses ii ree months int a week Long strike of longshoremen first witness for involving some 60,000 workers former president was believed near its end As the continued Page 15 Fohr Crimi Al casks Ark set kor trial it Kre . Under Macarthur orders pre Date commission Lectura police chiefs and others connected with the secret police burglary charges ban Francisco Ort. 6 a five United states cruisers under command of vice adm. Daniel k. Barbey steamed into Che Foo Harbor the Only communist held Oklahoma City oct. 6�? Pic Eugene c. And Clyde i Ottin Ger Oklahoma City contractors today filed suit District court Here to compel the state Highway commission to approve a $53,215 claim which they contend still is due for work a Bridge the North Canadian River at Shawnee. The commission rejected the claim they alleged because $32,-626 was for expenses and other necessary from a first and second degree burglary plan of a Gestapo like a thought flares George Wilburn port China. Nhuc correspondent control Over Japan will be re Jve new a a and Robert Knight 17, Robert Shaplen reported from a v both of Picher were filed by pros aboard the flagship tonight. Continued Page two ecu tor Richard Smith county court Here saturday. Soon after their apprehension by Butler mo., officers last w Eek the youths were brought to Miami by sheriff Dee t. Watters and placed a i 1 t to 1. I the county jail Here Friday pfc. Paul e. Davis of Fairland night Keener and Knight Are alleged to have entered and removed Sev classmates to Welcome Home Paul e. Davis who watched the Detroit tigers hand the Chicago cubs a 4-to-l he said Barbey was Survey what he described As a a ticklish Che Foo is Southeast across the Gulf of Chili from tientsin where i. Marines landed this week. It is 65 Miles due South of Hussion held port Arthur. The cruisers the Harbor Are the Minneapolis san Francisco Orleans and incas City will Lonor Wainwright Early next month Kansas City oct. 6�? feral Jonathan m. Wainright there toil of Bataan and Corregidor will shut Down order issued by nubbin it a Heral items of men a clothing from Tuscaloosa new Sui own order issued try Windy City saturday will be hailed it Nam a mra r v the state Highway Engineer after a a Quot conquer Imp hero by his old Home and mrs c. F. Louisville. The project was half completed. Class males when he returns to and sey Che a the a aft Rita Chi Quot else communist forces enter the project was resumed aug. I Fairland later this month arraignment Date has de Che Foo Shaplen said aug. 2.1 12, 1943, after the commission a 1 i. Not been set after Dapa Iesu hers and civil Negedly refused to pay the item or / fit retell Honor the pair Are also alleged to have Jans had departed for Japan and cancel the contract. The balance til i e Quot of Amous cavalry Many entered the Home of Robert Short set their own administration of $20,589 was the final estimate .n?.p, a til Cockerville the night of oct. It has not yet been taken Over by �ic7o� enter Tokyo i knowing the collapse Ltd Reni oved $59 j. Postal Allied forces or chinese forces of i a a col i of Cost after the $187,246 project was completed the petition said. A. Hitler May still be alive Ike says London oct. 6-upi�? general Eisenhower was reported by the dutch radio today to have told dutch newspapermen there was a reason to believe that Hitler was still alive. The , recorded by rec a Aid that one of the correspondents accompanying Eisenhower a visit to the Hague asked the general if he thought Hitler was dead. A i thought so at first a Eisenhower was Aid to have replied a but there is reason to believe that he is still alive. But that itself does not constitute a of the japanese Empire Are now being studied by a committee of his old Fairland schoolmates charged with outlining a program fitting to the Man who won half of a $2,000 Ottawa county Berlin-1 Tokyo award sponsored by the Mi-1 Ami Post of the veterans of foreign wars and made possible by contributions from individuals the county. Final arrangements for Davis Welcome will be announced As soon i As definite word As to the Date of his arrival Fairland is Learned. Savings Stamps. Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek. Kerr to appoint shintoism will be out As Jap state religion Washington oct. 6�? apr the United states Haj decided to abolish shintoism As a state religion japar1 it avas officially disclosed tonight. This measure one of the most drastic yet determine upon remaking Japan into a peaceful nation will be affect shintoism a so far As it is a religion of India Idun japanese a the announcement said. However the cult is to lose its government support ii its place Theo i a Victory Parade Here nov. Pm speak the following Day As t of the american legion Wil a. We so chairman of the let scentral executive committee today. Felsh said the 62-year-old Gen had accepted the invitation will be accompanied by mrs. Wright and his aide col. O Olman. Weather permitting will Fly Here from it. Riley the general s private plane. Rowing his arrival Here 0, Jeneral Wainwright will nest of Honor at a Stag Din at which special guests will be As City boy who served and were held captive by japanese. I. Herbert h. Burr. Kansas s congressional medal of Hon Winner also will be Honor t. Oui Here general Wainwright visit the veterans facility at Worth has. Truman plays at 1 piano answer to crowds plea Caruthersville mo., oct. 6 i a president Truman played the piano tonight at a Chicken and Cranberry dinner prepared for his party by members of the methodist Church women a missionary society. Stepping from his seat at the main table at the invitation of one of the women the president consenting to play Paderewski s minuet smilingly told the audience Quot when Stalin heard me play this he signed the protocol at four criminal and five civil cases will be tried before judge William m. Thomas District court Here beginning monday. Heading the criminal docket is the trial of Alonzo Grubb 36-year-old world War ii Veteran charged with manslaughter connection with the death of mrs. Hattie Frances Moss 33, of Douthat last november. Opposed by his father. J. J. Smith representing the defendant. County attorney Richard Smith will try to prove that Grubb was the Driver of a 1935 Terra plane Sedan which allegedly ran Down and killed mrs. Moss Connell Avenue Icher the night of nov. 13. Other criminal cases slated for trial include Alonzo Greenfeather grand car pause swept the dining room Ceny v Ernon Starks and Fred sul of the old Majestic hotel when he Leos injuring Public property had concluded. And Roscoe. Sexton assault and after dinner he Shook hands Battery with a deadly weapon with All of the guests and with a civil cases scheduled for trial score More standing outside tile this week include lobby. Then he walked the Robert Eugene Todd is. Earl stairs to his roam to retire for the Edgerly damages Vav. R night. Administra-1. Centle d irn dment no. 67 to the hous regulation which became effective Jupt 15. This amendment provided among other things that upon the Sale of real estate occupied by a tenant it was necessary for a purchaser to wait six months before he could remove or evict the tenant order to move into the property himself. The publicity released left the impression that All purchasers would be required to wait the full six months. The amendment provided however that the area rent director could make a determination that a three months waiting period was adequate the particular area. Ben l. Humphreys the area rent director attorney for this rental area announces that after a consideration and Survey of this area he has determined that a three months waiting period is a sufficient length of time and has been advised that the District and regional offices of the opa Hae approved his reasons for the application of the three months waiting period this area. The same procedure will be followed As the past and any purchaser of real estate who seeks Possession for his own use and occupancy should Call at the office at 2 �5 Security building and secure the necessary Blank forms. Or. Humphreys further cautions purchasers to secure and file the necessary forms immediately after buying the property for the reason Wyandotte school sessions to resume Man statesman leaves Macarthur 1 special taxes a woman Board i schools of Japan and its official forming officials who appeared it the weather Oklahoma fair sunday except Cloudy with Light showers Southeast Quarter Early tonight. Slightly cooler tonight sunday Little temperature change. High 75 to 80. Oklahoma City get. 6�? to a the first congressional districts representative the Rew state aviation commission May be a woman. Gov. Robert s. Kerr disclosed today that several groups have requested the appointment of a woman to the commission. Men have been appointed to the other eight Board posts and Only the first District position is now vacant. For Cement of the people. The policy was announced by John Carter Vincent chief of far Eastern affairs at the state department who said All those special privileges which shintoism had As a state religion Are a to be done away the state religion Las been regarded As one of the powerful controls which Japan a Militarist leaders exercised Over their people. A state department broadcast Ovi the Nhuc network tonight. Other i were maj. Gen. John h. Hilldring War department civil affairs Rector and capt. R. L. Dennison Navy department member to governments policy making Cor Mittee for Japan. Among them these three mat one of the most comprehensive a ports japanese occupation put i icy and problems which has Cor 3kyo, sunday oct. 7-�?<a>. Ian a military representative it ral Macarthur has returned Moscow a Headquarters spokes said today but the move has lol utely no he spokesman for Lieut. Gen. Lard k. Sutherland Macar a s chief of staff said the rep native Lieut. Gen. Kuzma ilae Vech Derevyanko merely taking a Short vacation Moscow radio had been Moni although the skies were overcast throughout the Day Only a Trace of precipitation fell Miami saturday while the Mercury climbed Back to 66 shortly before the evening hours. Yesterdays Low was 53, d. W. Pence local Weatherman said. After being closed Down All last week because of rising Lake Waters the Wyandotte schools will be open to 384 pupils Ora s. Adams school superintendent said. A report from the Lemon that the three months waiting pets. C. D. Swaffer damages Dean Rind does not commence until the ii. Shoewalter is. Lawyers Lead petition is filed his office and Zinc co., a corp., Money a a judgement j. T. Soulen is. Har i Iii of Klupt ill Ley Jennings Money judgement d. And damages and e. J. Booth is. Tingly i Cis Home Roney Jud me Quot to a Quot a Harbor oct. A seventeen United states third Fleet units scheduled to sail for the Mainland West coast oct. 9 will carry 14,000 servicemen headed for civilian Lite the Navy announced today. Plans have been formulated to hand the men their discharges while they Are aboard special Smallwood. 1 1will be held county court before boat docks last night said the a cd 11 r 4 judge John h. \ enable oct. 8. Here was Down to the 754.11-foot level and dropping less than Inch hour. A heavy fog blanketed the City late last night. Fair weather is state forecast by thu associated Tress picker Man to re arraigned get. Is preliminary hearing for Duncan Carder 39-year-old Picher Man shared we Ith assault with intent to kill growing out of alleged j Pool Hall fracas involving Marvin trains the Way to separation Daniels 36, Treece sept. 29, Centris nearest their Homes within. 12 hours after they reach the county attorney Richard Smith said saturday. The prosecutor said that Daniels now the Cherokee county jail at Columbus has., filed a com plaint Here against Carder oct. I shortly before mrs. Dora Mae Simpson 32, Daniels sister was killed by a blast from a 12-gauge Vincent was one of three policy i continued Page two id London As saying de Rev a fair skies with Little change Shotgun at the Daniels Home co was summoned Home. The temperature were forecast for of Treece. Daniels was said to have Ort came at a time when Russia Lahoma sunday following Light admitted the shooting following demanding a four Power con showers forecast for the Southeast argument with his sister but government for Japan. I Quarter last night. Claims it was accidental. United states. Kerr Points out is Acy Day coming Oklahoma City oct. 6�?��?T.v� gov. Robert s. Kerr today called upon oklahoman to Quot Honor the men and women who have made us so proud of our Navy Navy Day saturday oct. 27. The governor also proclaimed next wednesday oct. Ioas a Oklahoma historical

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