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Arthur, Empire, and Fire: The New Uork Times LATE CITY EDITION "All the News That's Fit to Print" Thunderstorms, warm, hamid; elear Temperatares Testerday-Max, 84; Mie, 71 THREE CENTS NEW TORK Cnr NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1945 vOL XCIV..No. 31,980 JAPAN SURRENDERS, END OF WAR! EMPEROR ACCEPTS ALLIED RULE; MARTHUR SUPREME COMMANDER; OUR MANPOWER CURBS VOIDED HIRING MADE LOCAL Third Fleet Fells 5 Planes Since End ALL CITY LETS GO YIELDING UNQUALIFIED, TRUMAN SAYS PRESIDENT ANNOUNCING SURRENDER OF JAPAN ythe Aoated P aUAM, Wedneaday, Aug. 15Hundreds of Thousands Japaneae aircratt are approach ing the Pacifie Fleet off Tokyo and are being shot down, Ad- Communities, Labor and Management Will Unite Efforts Japan Is Told to Order End of Hostilities, Notify Allied Supreme Commander and Send Emissaries to Him Roar Jov After Victory Flash Is Received nouneed to Japanese time, or 11 P. M. EWT. TIMES SO. IS JAMMED Gen. Douglas MacArthur has 6,000,000 AFFECTED MAG ARTHUR TO RECEIYE SURRENDER nese that American defense Draft Quotas Cut, Serv ices to Drop 5,500,000 in 18 Months Police Estimate Crowd Fleet to destroy any Japanese planes approsching United States in Area at 2.000,000- warahips. GUAM. Wednesday, Aug. 15 When Admiral Halsey re Formal Proclamation of V-J Day Awaits Signing Din Overwhelming of Those Articles-Cease-Fire Order tion today he sent this message By ALEXANDER FEINBERG Given to the Allied Forces By LEWIS WOOD Specal to T Nrw ax T manpower controls over employers hoot them down in friendly gonizing days following the firat and workers were aboliahed to- night, the War Manpower Com aahion." mission announced, enabling nnCDNTO. By ARTHUR KROCK days of alternately rising hopes) 8pecial to TiE NEW YORK TIMES. The end of the war threw on CUMETS OF RADAR GIVEN TO WORLD ployers to hire men where and WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-Japan today unconditionally surrendered the hemispheric empire taken by force and held almost intact for more than two years against the rising seven o'clock last night. And the metropolis exploded its emotions the Government the difficult task of trying to readjust perhaps ofticlal Truman apnoamcesSecretar n reading the message in the Wh ite House. Seated are Admiral WHllam D. Leahy, power of the United States and its Allies in the Pacific war. The bloody dream of the Japanese military caste van- yof State James F. Byrnes and former Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Standing (left employment. Nevertheless, the be used to help workers find new Its Role in War and Uses for hese were the magie words Davis, Economie Stabilizer; Jobn W. Snyder, Recenversion Direeterdainistration: Wlam H. ished in the text of a note to the Four Powers accepting the veterans, displaced migratory war Peacetime Revealed in ashed on the moving electrie of the Navy: Fred Vinson, Seeretary of the Trea sury: Tom Clark, Attor rstal, Seeretary terms of the Potsdam Declaration of July 26, 1945, which to right) are Maj Gen. Phillp Fleming, head of the Federal Works James 1 General, and Lewis amplified the Cairo Declaration of 1943. places, with preference going to ign of the Times Tower, at T:03 Schwellenbaeh, Secretary of Labor. P. M. that touched off an unparal- Seled demonstration in Times square, packed with half a mlon persons. Like the previous items in the surrender correspondence, today's Japanese document was forwarded through the Swiss Foreign office at Berne and the Swiss Legation in workers and other preferentials. At the same time President Tru- man announced that monthly in- duetions into the Army would be immediately slashed from 80,000 to S0,000, and said 5,000,00 to 5,500,- WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The he vietory roar that greeted Washington and London PETAIN CONVICTED, Terms Will Reduce Japan By WILLIAM s. WHITE Sec to T New T the State Department by the Legation Charge d'Affaires at 6:10 P. M., after the third and most anxious day of wait- ing on Tokyo, the anxiety intensified by several premature. or false reports of the finale of World War II Orders Given to the Japanese announcement beat upon the o00 men probably would be re-great drama of radar, the war's cardruma until it numbed the eased from the service within the most powerful "aecret weapoenses. For twenty minutes wave The induetion rate of 50,000 was displayed before a world au- monthly, the President said, would dienee to Bud. ed forth. Jurors Recommend Clemency tutm Restraint was thrown to the paonune of Hio Age Le WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The Allied terms of surrender will May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?
Arthur, Empire, and Fire: The New Uork Times
 LATE CITY EDITION
 "All the News
 That's Fit to Print"
 Thunderstorms, warm, hamid; elear
 Temperatares Testerday-Max, 84; Mie, 71
 THREE CENTS NEW TORK Cnr
 NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1945
 vOL XCIV..No. 31,980
 JAPAN SURRENDERS, END OF WAR!
 EMPEROR ACCEPTS ALLIED RULE;
 MARTHUR SUPREME COMMANDER;
 OUR MANPOWER CURBS VOIDED
 HIRING MADE LOCAL Third Fleet Fells
 5 Planes Since End
 ALL CITY LETS GO
 YIELDING UNQUALIFIED, TRUMAN SAYS
 PRESIDENT ANNOUNCING SURRENDER OF JAPAN
 ythe Aoated P
 aUAM, Wedneaday, Aug. 15Hundreds of Thousands
 Japaneae aircratt are approach
 ing the Pacifie Fleet off Tokyo
 and are being shot down, Ad-
 Communities, Labor and
 Management Will
 Unite Efforts
 Japan Is Told to Order End of Hostilities,
 Notify Allied Supreme Commander
 and Send Emissaries to Him
 Roar Jov After Victory
 Flash Is Received
 nouneed to
 Japanese time, or 11 P. M. EWT. TIMES SO. IS JAMMED
 Gen. Douglas MacArthur has
 6,000,000 AFFECTED
 MAG ARTHUR TO RECEIYE SURRENDER
 nese that American defense
 Draft Quotas Cut, Serv
 ices to Drop 5,500,000
 in 18 Months
 Police Estimate Crowd
 Fleet to destroy any Japanese
 planes approsching United States in Area at 2.000,000-
 warahips.
 GUAM. Wednesday, Aug. 15
 When Admiral Halsey re
 Formal Proclamation of V-J Day Awaits Signing
 Din Overwhelming
 of Those Articles-Cease-Fire Order
 tion today he sent this message
 By ALEXANDER FEINBERG
 Given to the Allied Forces
 By LEWIS WOOD
 Specal to T Nrw ax T
 manpower controls over employers hoot them down in friendly gonizing days following the firat
 and workers were aboliahed to-
 night, the War Manpower Com aahion."
 mission announced, enabling nnCDNTO.
 By ARTHUR KROCK
 days of alternately rising hopes)
 8pecial to TiE NEW YORK TIMES.
 The end of the war threw on CUMETS OF RADAR
 GIVEN TO WORLD
 ployers to hire men where and
 WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-Japan today unconditionally
 surrendered the hemispheric empire taken by force and held
 almost intact for more than two years against the rising
 seven o'clock last night. And the
 metropolis exploded its emotions
 the Government the difficult task
 of trying to readjust perhaps
 ofticlal Truman apnoamcesSecretar n reading the message in the Wh ite House. Seated are Admiral WHllam D. Leahy, power of the United States and its Allies in the Pacific war.
 The bloody dream of the Japanese military caste van-
 yof State James F. Byrnes and former Secretary of State Cordell Hull. Standing (left
 employment. Nevertheless, the
 be used to help workers find new Its Role in War and Uses for hese were the magie words Davis, Economie Stabilizer; Jobn W. Snyder, Recenversion Direeterdainistration: Wlam H. ished in the text of a note to the Four Powers accepting the
 veterans, displaced migratory war Peacetime Revealed in ashed on the moving electrie of the Navy: Fred Vinson, Seeretary of the Trea sury: Tom Clark, Attor rstal, Seeretary terms of the Potsdam Declaration of July 26, 1945, which
 to right) are Maj Gen. Phillp Fleming, head of the Federal Works
 James 1
 General, and Lewis amplified the Cairo Declaration of 1943.
 places, with preference going to
 ign of the Times Tower, at T:03 Schwellenbaeh, Secretary of Labor.
 P. M. that touched off an unparal-
 Seled demonstration in Times
 square, packed with half a mlon
 persons.
 Like the previous items in the surrender correspondence,
 today's Japanese document was forwarded through the
 Swiss Foreign office at Berne and the Swiss Legation in
 workers and other preferentials.
 At the same time President Tru-
 man announced that monthly in-
 duetions into the Army would be
 immediately slashed from 80,000 to
 S0,000, and said 5,000,00 to 5,500,- WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The he vietory roar that greeted
 Washington and London
 PETAIN CONVICTED, Terms Will Reduce Japan
 By WILLIAM s. WHITE
 Sec to T New T
 the State Department by the Legation Charge d'Affaires
 at 6:10 P. M., after the third and most anxious day of wait-
 ing on Tokyo, the anxiety intensified by several premature.
 or false reports of the finale of World War II
 Orders Given to the Japanese
 announcement beat upon the
 o00 men probably would be re-great drama of radar, the war's cardruma until it numbed the
 eased from the service within the most powerful "aecret weapoenses. For twenty minutes wave
 The induetion rate of 50,000 was displayed before a world au-
 monthly, the President said, would dienee to Bud.
 ed forth.
 Jurors Recommend Clemency
 tutm Restraint was thrown to the paonune of Hio Age Le
 WASHINGTON, Aug. 14-The Allied terms of surrender will
May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?

May I get the door for you, M'Arthur?