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FIVE HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 194! Japan falling undoes Extended Service Plan Is Debated Strikes TIa Up Defense Production All Indo-China Exports the Japanese troops I excellent They said the general feeing jn Saijon that the Japanese farces are prepared to move Into Thai-! land or Burma It was estimated that there are? 30 Japanese warships in the Salgufe! area. The Japanese were reported to i have complete control over southern I.ndo-Chir.a and even French steamer must obtain Japanese permits for arrivals and de- owe? WASHINGTON. Aur 12 ft rskirg Democrat c-a th military affairs committee iwid. "Tlif-re tOQ Certnaa in llier are 1.2.,ftrt Germat ia; Brazil many cf whom orgrtiicd tut well trained military uniu. Germany hs rtabLhe4 nuniernr.

air bse in South Air-enr. teza striking dssunc at Panama. Standlcy Urges More Speed in Delivering Supplies to Britain CLEVELAND. Auc. 12 Rear Admiral William H.

Sur.d'.ey (retired, farmer chief of naval operations, said today that national security riemnnds American delivery cf war mterUls to Britain as "our advance force." (8 Un Prt) Strikes today threatened genera! t'aga. leader cf the Thailand dary commission engaged in fixing the S. army sir force the Philippines, conferred langthilr today i with Dutch and Australian military official at the Netherlands East! out of I workers In the Curtitt-W right propeller plant there. In Cleveland, three men were re-parted hurt in a picket Lee bailie the Lasbura-SettUms plant where 55 CIO wcrkers are striking At Allentawn. Pa.

4 TOO CIO unionists struck closing the Mack truck manufacturing plant, halting production cf heavy truck for the army and isavy and threatening tacit construction for Canada and the United States, The union asked ro acts ve ii boosts. From Bessemer, Ala, came report that workers at the Fu.lman Standard Car Co. plant there struck, tying up defense railroad orders totaling millions of dollars. Two hundred pickets surrounded the plant as the Steel Workers' Organizing committee claiming 98 per cent membership among the plant workerscharged the company with discriminating against the union- The company employ 1,100 men. ins ips war efi.ce.

After the conference. Gen, Ciagett said, have visited Singapore and -iva iooje erour a. i r.eara i little antttlt in 'ARfn .11 American. British, Chinese, Dutch) until I reached Singapore." Tl Rafft fc fam in lav, in. The house today opened debate on an administration sponsored resolution to keep array selectees, national 1 guardsmen and reservists In sertice beyond their original one year terms.

House leaders believe develop, men! In the Orient and Vichy greatly enhance chances for passage of the resolution and they hfpe to end debate by nightfall. Rep. Walter Andrew, ranking Republican member cf the house military affairs committee, supported extension of the service term saving it is necessary In view of the critical international situation "The nail literally are raising hell in South Rep. Andrews said. He said nari activity is intense in Argentina and Colombia and s.iid German agents are active in Mexico and other nations near the Panama canal.

Rep. Ewing Thomason, Texas. defense production, particularly at the Federal Shipbuilding Dry-dck Co-'s yard at Kearney, N. where work was halted en worth cf war and cargo veelt. It mas reported that Secretary of Navy Frank Knox conferred with H.

Korndorfl president of the company, regarding a proposal made by the company that the navy take over operation of the yard. The striking CIO union also suggested last week that the government seize the plant In Portsmouth. N. 800 AFL laborers were reported to have walked off their jobs on a $4.500 000 naval expansion project demanding a 12 cent hourly wage increase; to 75 cents en hour. At Caldwell.

N. representatives of the office of production manafe-ment and the department of labor are expected shortly to seek settlement of a strike of an estimated 800 me iffiiiiicr curiwren inaiiana ana Indo-China. said today that Thailand would welcome foreign aid if attacked, but that at present there is no pressure from any quarter. He said Thailand could not consider demands for military or naval bases or for the right to transport troops across the country should trey be presented. He said that any armed attempt to violate Thailand's neutrality would be resisted.

SHANGHAI, Aug. 13 (Wednesday), mA Doroei dispatch from Hanoi. IndoChma. said today that all exports had been prohibited there except those going to Japan. MANILA, Aug.

12. fU Travelers from Saigon today reported that Japan at present has more than 30.000 exceptionally well eouipped troops in the Saigon area of French Indo-China. These source said behavior of partures. Business general; is stagnated, it was said, and there is an acute shortage of diamonds and other valuables because the French are converting their holdings into jewels and other easily moved items. HANOI, French Indo-China, Aug.

12. ft? A Japanese delegate having the rank of ambassador will come to Indo-China to handle details in connection with the stationing cf a Japanese troop here, it was revealed today. The United States consul at Saigon. Sydney Browne, at present is in Hanoi and expect to rem a few days. British soldiers in their 'teens have been reminded that even though they are in the services they must obtain the consent oi the parents before marrying.

He said the United Slates V.n become an active partner in the war through passage cf the lease-lend act urged full speed ahead for the purpose of halting HitkT's piratt. "Oar navy now is rtady and adequate to meet our essential defense uvvds in the Pacific and stmuhar.e- Steps Taken Forv Recreation Centers Here WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. (U Arrangement to speed construction of three army and navy recreational cenetrs in Hawaii were stmed Monday by Israel Wein-stein.

United Service Organization representative fur Hawaii. fSr. Weinstein said he had secured an appointment with S. Lloyd, federal security administration at which he will urge a speedy decision on making construction fundi available. Delegate Sara King, who lunched with Mr.

Welristein. aald final action on the projects awaits submission of formal applications. Mr. Wemstein said the USO has proposed three recreation centers for which the federal government would be asked to pay construction COOGAN AWOL FT. ORD, Cab, Aug.

12. Private Jackie Coogaa failed to return Monday to Ft Ord and was listed as "absent without leave." Coogan, kid star silent movie, Sunday married Flower Parry. 19, tn Mmden, and reportedly left for San Francisco on a brief honeymoon. what couid be done to facilitate delivery of war material to the Netherlands East Indie and Singapore. Fomt United States army officials accompanied Gen.

Ciagett. The party is scheduled to depart for Manila Wednesday aboard a Dutch bomber. It was learned that the Dutch are hopeful of early delivery of COO blitz, buggies" scuut cars from the United State. It also was learned that Gen, Ciagett visited Sumatra during Dutch air maneuvers in connection with which oil companies conferred and offered their cooperation in defense. Whereas it generally was believed that Anglo-American cooperation with the Dutch was greed upon in the event the Indies were attacked, officials here denied existence of any agreement unless it was a "secret ously give the Ei iti-h enough port to win the battle cf the lanlic," he said.

Mexico may ban gun totmg. Accessory Shop, first floor Sport Scarfs Ascot and triangular scarfs in an assortment of cofors and prints. 10c cost. They are: i 1. At Kaplolanl park In the Wal- kiki area.

2. In the Pearl Harbor area. i i HOYS SHOP VALUES Boys' Sport Shirts 69c Assorted in-or-outer models in checks, stripes and plain colors. Small, medium and large sizes. Boys' Swim Trunks 75c White, green, tan or blue in popular pigskin.

Sizes 24 to 30. Soys' Skep, second floor TOMORROW i 3. Jn the Schofield Barracks area. The Waikiki project would cost an estimated $50,000, Mr. Weinstein said, with the cost of the others running higher.

Although the propos facilities are excellent in his eyes. Delegate King said, "they will only be a drop in the bucket compared to the needs." Mr. King pointed out that the fleet and army population on Oahu is nearly as large as that of Honolulu itself. WEDNESDAY not today Sample Belts AT ONCE A YEAR PRICES .1 for Sl-2 for Sl-Sl each Dressy, sports and novelty belts in great variety. Lots of wanted colors, different styles, varying widths.

Buy now for all year! FDR, Churchill Meet Question May Be Answered Soon WASHINGTON. Aug. 12. U. Rumors that a special presidential train was en route to the Maine coast today, presumably to pick up President Roosevelt after a vacation cruise, indicated that the world's curiosity regarding the widely speculated mid-Atlantic meeting between the president and Prime Minister Churchill might soon be satisfied.

There has been no new since Saturday morning from the presidential yacht Potomac which pre- Towels, third floor hi Cannon Both Towels Sample assortment. Many colors and patterns 25c Cannon Face Towels Discontinued models in these famous towels. Assorted colors each 25c a -Sample assort-. 45 Fieldcrest Face Towels- ment in several colors jsuniauiy sim is cruising oil tne North Atlantic coast with the president aboard. I Headwear Keep a tidy appearance with head bands, snoods and "blobs" from this large assortment 50c Novelty Belts Made of coconut and koa seeds 35c Another IiKfiortaRt of Ribbon svi3 eppsftunitie Throughout The Entire Store.

Broken size renes, utzamhte assortments, odds enJ ends cf special Anniversary Sale purchases cU rjo ct far feefow their origins! prices. Check the itsrns yea went to tare on ond $hc tomorrow. Early buyers wiH fiare the test selections. Man Held for Trying To Recruit Workers For Germany in U. S.

DETROIT, Aug. 12. (U.R The federal bureau of Investigation today arrested August Baecker, 52, on charges of aiding and abetting the German government by illegally soliciting skilled United States craftsmen to work in nazi factories. Baecker was charged with taking orders from a former attache of the German consulate general in New York and -allegedly promised workmen high pay and a "rosy future of sharing in the success of the fatherland." His arrest followed a two year investigation. Fieldcrest Wash Cloths Large size cloths in peach, blue, beige and green each 20c 1 Housewares, third floor ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS HO EXCHANGES U.

S. Unfreezes Portuguese Assets WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. (U.R5 The treasury department announced today that approximately worth of Portuguese assets in the United States were liberated from provisions of the order which recently froze European assets here. Officials said Portugal gave "appropriate assurances to this government consistent with the general license purposes of the freezing order." Finland alone remain under the original terms of the freezing order which was issued June 14.

How- Service Plates Gold stamped border decoration and floral center each 95c Pottery Ramekin Sets 6 to a set in different colors with wire rack 85e Colored Pottery Chop Plates Green, blue, yellow, pink and other colors. 1 2" size 95c 1 4" size $1 .65 vess Fabric Memuaui Priee ever, German, Italian, Japanese and German-occupied countries' assets remain frozen under other orders. Accessories, first floor Handbags A clearance of fine calf bags, novelties, dressy pouches and underarm bags. White, navy and assorted colors 75c to $2.95 Gloves Broken sizes in suedes, kids and fabrics. Navy, black, brown and assorted colors in fabrics 10c to 50c Lisle Anklets Stock up for school and sportswear! Assorted colors plain foot with vari-colored tops.

Sizes 7 to 10'A 6 for $1 Shoes cost 21 per cent more in Sweden than a year ago. SILK COTTON RAYON LINEN The biggest remnant sale of the year at The Liberty House. Quality fabrics, left overs, odds and ends from regular stock plains, prints, novelties end fancy fabrics. All at half price for this event! Colored Brandy Glasses and footed Thin-blown 8 for $1.95 THE LIBERTY Rayon ferxee Prints, 39" 2 yds. $1 A grand rayon jerzee weave, washable prints of Crown Tested Rayon.

Brand new merchandise in popular summer shades. Bemberg Sheers, 39" yard 65c Be prepared for hot weather ahead with plenty of cool sheer Bemberg dresses. Pretty summer prints in fresh colors. A. B.C.

Percale Prints, 36" 5 yard $1 Choose from over a hundred patterns for school and piay clothes in A. B. C. famous quality percale, at a wonderful savings. Crown Tested Rayon Prints, 36" 2 yds.

$1 AH new fabrics with plenty of variety in pattern and color. Tested for washabiliry, shrinkage and wearabi I itv. Shoes, first floor Sherbet or Cocktoil Glasses With varicolored bowls for $1.45 English Eorthenware Tea Pots 6 cup size, colorfully decorated each 79c Silver Plated Flatware 30-piece set in the attractive "Cavalier" pattern. 6 knives, 6 forks, 6 soup spoons, 12 teaspoons $3.95 MEMSDUdDIP Remnants, first floor Woiiieir Shoes High or low heel styles in suede or leather. Black, brown, blue.

Broken sizes. Art and Gift, third floor Chintz Covered Cushions 17" 17" with self cord trim, suitable for bedroom, living room or lanai. Soft yellow, pink, rose, red and brown $1.39 Joyce Teddy Bear Slippers Flattering slippers in blue, pink, green or white. Broken sizes $1 BUDGET FASHIONS Pique Presses Reduced to SI 95 Button-down-the-front models In red and white or blue and white prints. Broken sires 12 to 18.

Rayon Dresses now $1.95 Prints and solid colors in rayons and spun rayons, assorted styles. Broken sizes 12 to 20. Budget Fashions, second floor Plastic Hot! Lamps Reduced to SI. 39 Pastel colored plastic ivory, green, blue and pink. Some spotlights and regular bed lamps Ilritaiii Delivers Hie Goods.

PUKE WOOL "MADE IN ENGLAND" 1UBBED AXKLE HOSE 4 pair 01 Think of it! Pure zephyr weight woo! hose ribbed top to toe, in brown, wine, green, maize, light blue, navy and white! Regularly these sell at more than double the price! Sizes 8V2 to 11, but not al! colors in all sizes 25c each MILLINERY SHOP VALUES Genuine Cocoantit Hats Reduced to SI Choice cf several casual styles. Genuine Pajamas Reduced to SI. 95 Trim, tailored casuals with contrasting colored bands. Sum r.i or Straws Reduced to SI. 95 Smooth and rough straws in tailored and dressy styles, with flattering brims, veils, bows.

Assorted colors in smaller end larger headsizes. Millinery Shop, tec ond floor Notions, first floor Wood Shoe Racks Wall type that holds eight to ten pair of shoes. Wood frame, metal rack brown, green and blue. $1 Miscellaneous Items Including velvet covered hatstands, wire skirt hangers, tie racks, sani belts 10c Art Needlework, third floor Stamped Linen Scarfs Hemstitched both ends. Stamped in 8 designs for simple embroidery each 69e Stamped Baby Bibs Padded and quilted bibs, bound with colored tape.

Applique animals to be stitched on each 25c Sportswear, second floor Sharkskin Slack Suits Fitted coat model with patch pockets, tailored collar. In aqua, pink, yellow, beige. Sizes 10 to 20 $3.95 Stationery, first floor Bel-Air Stationery Box of 108 plain edge, single sheets and 50 matching envelopes 79c Aloha Fhotograph Albums -Hawaiian design Kork albums containing 20 sheets, 1 1 Vs 15, in different colored borders. 79c Eaton's Aloha Stationery Single sheets with Hawaiian print lined envelopes pineapple, shell, palms, or lily designs in blue, pink, grey or white $1 Swim Suits 12 Pficc Now $1.45 to S5.03 One and two-piece styles in many colors end patterns. Dressmaker suits floral prints satin lastex silk rayons Hawaiian prints sleek action models.

Broken sizes 1 2 to 1 8. Toy Shop, third floor Holgate Bingo Bed For children from 1 8 months to 4 years old. Develops eye-hand coordination and muscular control 95e Boby Dolls 16" tall, adorably dresses in organdy. Soft bodies end sleeping eyes $2.45 Rattle Push -A colorful toy that encour-cges the child to walk 95e Four-in-hand Assorted colors and patterns Swim Trunks Wool knit, celanese or cotton. Assorted sizes and colors $1 Cotton Athletic Undershirts Broadcloth Undershorts -White and colors, sizes 32 to 44 Sport SlacksrBroken sizes in gabardine tropical weaves cr spun rayon pair $1.95 Sport Shirts Broken colors and sizes in gabardines, tropical weaves or spun rayon $1 Felt Hats Assorted shades and sizes $1.95 Cotton Knit Basque or Tee Shirts- Broken sizes 3 for $1 Toiletries, first floor Famous Make Toiletries A special group greatly reduced for this event.

Children Shop, second floor Girls' Flannel Jackets Red, navy or beige with white pearl buttons and patch pockets. Broken sizes 10 to 16. $4.45 Girls' Flannel Skirts Plain or gored models in plaid or solid colors of grey, navy, brown, aqua and rose. Broken sizes 10 to 16 $2.45 Girls Wosh Dresses An assortment of smart school dresses in spun rayon, cham-bray, shantung and percale. Plaids, pastels, prints, jumper dresses and many other styles.

Sizes 7 to 14 and 10 to 16 $1.75 Children's Socks Plain or colors in various combinations. Many cottons, few silks. Broken sizes AVz to 6V2 5 pairs $1.00 Belgian Rugs Part wool scatter rugs for your home. 48" 24' Lingerie, second floor Batiste Pajamas Dainty designs in broken sizes and colors 75c Gossard Corselette One way stretch lastex front and back, power net side panels and uplift bust. Boneless $5 Lastex Girdles and Pantie Girdles Small sizes only 75c 27'- 54' Drapery Upholstery Cretonnes, chintz, rough and novelty textures and many other pieces, some up to 5 yards long 10c to $4.95 Remnants, first floor $1.45 $3.95 $4.95 $4.95 60' 32' 36" 60" Rugs, third floor Uroatlelotli Sliirts SI Choice of white, solid colors or patterns, sizes 14 to 17, but not all sleeve lengths.

Buy now for every day wear. fli 1 fi vri THE Blue KIIjIjoh Yoities lue IliMioii Bay.

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