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Derrick (Newspaper) - October 12, 1943, Oil City, Pennsylvania For Victory Buy UNITED STATES BONDS and STAMPS Established in 1871 No THE OIL DERRICK OR nil MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION Warmer today Sunrise Sunset ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED THE ORGAN OF OIL 12 PACES PROPOSED TAX ON SALES MAY Levy Shapes Up as Big Issue in Writing of New Measure By FRANCIS M LEMAY Washington Oct I Neither Republicans not Democrats as a party appear likely at this stage to support a cent f ut the idea shapes up as the VK issue in writing legislation to funnel new billions into the wartime treasury Some legislators from 19 Are Graduated By School of Nursing Here d by for r levies snl battered program Ic through dividual and corporate i en luxuries f per Lynch issued lenient ar thc to thc required for war is through Increased corporate ar rates Nazi Defense on Volturno River is Jeopardized As Allies Gain in East Flank RUSSIAN ARMY WINS Clark's Forces Astride Main E Betty Mae Shoop Marlon ond of the vear Hospital School of held before a large audience of and friends in the Belles auditorium lost night U Tile graduates ta ahead committee now framing lie in support f per cent- sales levy The negro educator declared all I of us mil sacrifice and until it hurts if we are to win this war and he gave these arguments the surplus buying tower which i Heine piled UP and i being tut loose In ot In- stances causins It will make everybody the Met of thc ond some cost that are being to them where If the tax placed on be back to them in r rSS to t Chine at the cost ot Itry bers of before the end of the y itcd their diplomas by Frank R Hays chairman ol the hospital board of direct climax of a commencement j Knos Glass Associates Incl give Uie address and in impressive and inspiring manner he spoke of the service of mercy to which the young women ha dedicated their lives the serious l and the rewards A i Jailed in Clarion Is Accused of Burning House Firing at Woman Approves Measure to Repeal Exclusion Act Grant Citizenship Incident abc of lo noon Mra Reds Also Widen Grip On Dnieper's West Bank in Ukraine By JUDSON O'QUINN London Tuesday Oct 12 Red army captured Gomel's eastern suburbs tilling 3.000 Germans and clearing the left bank o the river opposite tha vital in lower Russia and also widened it grip on the west bank of the Dnieper In Ukraine an early today A broadcast communique by the Soviet monitor aaW 1.000 Of r slain in en emy counter seeking t stem the purge It three Initial river heads as tne result of led earlier in day that landed this int American ell sheriff mid Mrs beat Say Kiev A London corded by CBS J he v Court r 1 Slayer of tend citizenship o the repealer would out the walked to Shit irV the he filed 1 altered shot at with sauce Illing the and turned Ox i to St lent Oct E dent Sura V In inal court today City Detective Inspector Waller for the Kozera killer of I Detective T Only one other lime bus o police officer been so honored by the local courts Attaches said Tn John county arid i criminal anil praised U court As before her While the court that was to take the life f Kozera there no he been apprehended be have been brought here and tried for murder find no doubt found ami By your action you the case The court commends you for your i i performance of duty It was a picture of in a that led Lucy Trollo of a house to identify Kozera MM Troilo Detective Vincent nn and Bonacci and the rooming house and cornered Kozera A ensued and vas Bounded fatally as tie tempted to shoot he detectives the same mm De- Lorch had been a of the repealer would historic mistake and of the privileges of would operate as an- display of for a gallant oily Mr lt Admit tlW j The 1910 census showed foreign bom Chinese in this try and If congress should immigration on a par with other i countries Ito more could be milled annually i There no STRUCK WHEEL DEATH TAKES of Pittsburgh Educator Who roe Dies After Stepping Behind Machine Offered Million For Hitler Dies al 85 Continued on 6 Pounds of Paper Per Person Sought In State Campaign Theodore i bout p m Monday Early Trial For Adm Kimmel Washington Oct An martini lo all ncU of Japanese attack on 7 was today Rep Cole his on iat Husband E naval commander at Harbor at the time of the has written thc navy Mch a trial Thc nol confirm f It that nA UK yet At Denver corps said he had by and n letter was written last he declined to lure Cole a of Ihc house naval committee I Admiral he so that all of the TICK and the on pearl may he Into thn open This will not only Hx foi Oct n of paper liy man ami child In the Oct 81 N to mills thr H n nt o IMT for tlir of October nnd county coals hmi Ions or nt or for each and U may for In In- The done HIP for have in upon for an out hen a truck 0 t al Oct Church pr adio broadcast re et I Leading to Rear of Foe Lines Flooded River Stalls Army By NOLAND NORGAARD Allied Headquarters Oct hei way northwestward from Benevento through st Italian mud Lt Gen Mark Clark's American and British forces captured and mlo the Nazi defense position along the 12 miles beyond Allies astride a main highly which winds to L Mediterranean coast above the The must meet this new threat successfully or soon withdrawal toward resum e w toward on the eastern flank of the Volturno where bend of the Galore river f ted over him when he stepped liuJ according to H M of St Clarion he operator malting his i trip for hf company was to groceries at the Knight store which located next Alt harher shop at Monroe The where thn store was located and after giving behind Not knowing the man there Hie driver put thc chine In reverse and was down which rear over lead Dr a if death following hh i-e all Ration Tho victim of thr wae born in 0 had T n shop at Monroe fdr the sis or years Surviving nrc wife nnd children The body wn3 the at and till he taken to family home In Fin Claire county thli will Institute offering o reward of Adolf HUlci already had thc outer of capital it the The capture of B all junction suburb of Cornel other localities the bozh river trom the main threatened the mllo line in and the severance of Ibc s feeble connections with Gel Gomel whose railways to Warsaw Minsk and la the southern anchor of Uio German While Russian linp and the center if an area jwt above Uie edge Two hundred miles tn thc north Soviet units converging on Vitebsk upper anchor of the en- defense line In While Russia raced through 40 more villages killed more enemy troops cap- tured huge quantities of equipment and freed Hio Germans were forcibly Samue to slave labor in German bulletin said Sunk w tho end of the front April 1910 by M1 truck i on an enemy port In the Crimea which is now threatened from two sides by the and i transport and 11 and CUUTS the communique sold other standing in the port were damaged it of more than AT MACASSAR Huge Fires Started at Japanese Base in Dutch Celebes By C YATES Allied Headquarters in the Southwest Pacific Tuesday their round trip ight from an Australian base American manned Liberator ambers unloaded 25 tons of and started We res among docks Juel and I depots at Makaaa Dutch Tho raid Saturday night id from which all the We bombera eneral First Hold Since August 18 It nas the first on the Japs at since August boHt live mile of omb the sam and shot up dozens of nemy positions lons a 40 Adriatic end of Hie sir U British and ina of the army were re- ported their way dowry opposition thc river Eighth army patrols nc westward said has been tow Nads rushed the armored di- n to oppose him five YOUTH MAKES Morell Shows No Remorse As He is Arraigned For Triple Killing Yugoslavs Claim Hy II Mercer Oct X berl Morell and h Mad bowed today guilty 1 the tiny office of Justice of In peace Thomas McClain to o first degree murder in the sla Inc ol three persons on ft near here last Thursday mber j pressure In of with on nd Tanimbar I lands Off the tip ire and a Liberator last night bombed ard set a medium II Governor Gives Advice To Trainees at College j State Oct 11 henj and clear w they told students nnd trainees In forces to you nrc n o every during hia in- nt the former tf the he hail t iio n what nc such n tli cannot if you nre moving ronch under cover Move nnd hit hard Always be physically fit i you nre in a position of mo IIP j unhurt for trinl by the of Nations dkd suddenly He 85 last 21 Dr Church was nt while a letter to Dr Mailing who Li to sprak hero nt tho lual observance cf Any it thn institute He died nn pr Fiu ihls tho on fronts the day thc bulletin said 58 planes were shot down nnd if en- emy tanks nnd guns were captured on Tiro Truckers Strike Spreads in South Atlanta Oct line operators appealed to confrere to aid In seWIng an drivers strike that was west ol Trio river after lying up thousand of tons of war In the More than drivers nnd idle In six major cities In district alone 000 pounds of freight was jammed on flocks Other zone reported their terminal o o London Oct liberation SVoT LhR entrance to the Gulf of Hume nmi it controlled thc whole Stt of northern except for thc fort Kam The Ions nd of Is wist of the Italian base of Poln nt the head of thc nnd miles south of which the forces of Gen Drue Tito say they nave under direct attack capture of was an- in a communique cast by the Free Tn addition to holding cm Dalmatian const the YURO patriots said they occupied all iho myriad islands sio zon were with Sentenced lo In Prison By Butler Judge jnl to thr Rnd lho Do not Irt ho Boldly nnd get Hint to your com- at once aj a inC nian look Ho giving e In the Hit the nvy to hr lo hard work find it in man Pa Oct nnd There IB no lond to nn ft Inspection of Pennsylvania Stale thn chief thc d to life Imprisonment by John If Wilson today rder conviction In of he n 43 n neighbor last Ho to penitentiary it Pittsburgh Nazi Battleship Tirpitz Crippled by British Subs Roving bn of al SI work covered the city In mobiles UcU loaded The number of Idle drivers Dourly If you're riot sick onfi St driver snid he was told hen lo thn Another turned back driver there wna no we knocked off lo nil members or tho delegation the strik cng action to nnd Hint thn been sincere In their to end the affected were Atlanta nnd New Orleans Freight jams wore reported fit Jackson Tf nn Pla th Beaufort bombers cither or Ij damped a 2000 ton cargo In the same continued effectual raids in the and southwest areas In the largest one on Allied base of Buna New Guinea U- enemy plants caused minor damage One raider vas brought down by On New Guinea where lang are advancing toward the en- emy base of Madang advance caught up yesterday for first time with Japanese rear euards near positions m higher ground north of tho Ramu fiver valley Meager front thc Japanese patrols feu baclc Nest Goal Bougainville enemy Island at- thc northern end ot thc Solomons apparently is the next of American The black-haired clearing the Japanese from me group ln thc With Us surrounding bases tn the area is one f thc last defensive islands in the The hUSky J old stated beside desk took lils eyes lh the floo for the reading of the i against him That was when Justice Do you wish to plead guilty or not Guilty Dca raised his head looked nnd answered in strong Guilty Thc two deputy sheriffs who hnd brought him from the county jail two doors away led him to his cell be will remain until called before the December t of criminal court Morell previously had full nnd complete confession to District Attorney Edwin C Moon and State Police Frank o the slayings of MM Helen Wilson 46 his employer's Continued m Hy Oct 11 W midget thc Norwegian hideout of the Heel crippled Ute mighty Tirpitz and eft her immobilized Three of the to undisclosed weapon for tha missing A group of mites from home threaded their way 10 miles into narrow Alton fjord through mine fields and heavy patrols to attack tlic Kept 22 nn announcement day disclosed They attacked her The ilzo of Wie raiding force not tho said that had failed to nnd there was n possibility of their crews hnd captured The admiralty said it- was to aesay tho damage at thc imc of the attack hut sance photographs taken three vecks Inter allowed tho of tlie Nazi fleet had not from her and oil from her great tanks had for I wo miles Usually conservative lo the thc description of the exploit used such terms as involving hazards of the first magnitude of the difficulties mid mm the highest ties of courage enterprise anil Details on the and ment ot the little craft were not announced Ships shorts II ol to BOO tons with a of 22 hut presumably Oir arc much smaller the Nipponese around their vu New Britain to thc Unofficial estimates place the ber of enemy on at to Complete central of the and Solomons came with occupation of Kolombangara island on Page Restrictions on Forecasts Eased Washington Oct 11 of censorship tonight relaxed on the publication and radio broadcast of weather fore- casts declaring the changes are by improved and other war conditions At the same time Director Byron lice announced the office Is lewing other censorship iona with the idea of determining further may ic possible and advisable in tho interest Effective at m eastern var time Tuesday radio will be permitted to broadcast for the first time n more year Thay arc prohibited however wind Directions and pressures in current or past weather except as under emergency warning by tho ither bureau Newspapers no longer will limited to publishing weather co within f tho city in of 150 miles they aro nor will they be limited in thc of weather they carry existing could print inly the for the state In they am published and for not more than four adjoining l
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