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Panama City Pilot (Newspaper) - November 14, 1941, Panama City, Florida Bay Football Tornado Field 7.30 By DeWitt Mackenzie War Analyst of The Associated Press Panama GiTY Pilot Panama City Port of The Lower South CONSOLIDATED WITH LYNN HAVEN FRKE PRESS VOLUME 36 PANAMA BAY NOV. 15)41 NUMBER 31. Hitler's nervous at the long Russian present an interesting sort of military St. Vitus's dance over which he has no The Fuehrer Is in that peculiar is not without its being unable to stop attacking even if he On that score the probabilities are that the necessity fits his The thing Is well summed up by General H. S. the military who remarks that the initiative still in her Germany must strike in some England is growing stronger and Russia is and there is no time even to In other the great war machine which Hitler built a perpetual motion and the it stops churning out attacks it will be done Leningrad - Moscow - the along the Red line the Nazis have been prodding and testing to see if they could find a weak spot worth despite the early winter weather which already is making military operations difficult and turning the life of the soldier into one of bitter Thus apart from the Crimea the Nazis seem to have set a bunch of Tartars into A Russian report from Leningrad tells of the Bolshevists breaking through the enemy siege Northwest and Southeast of Moscow the Reds answered the German thrusts with fierce counterattacks which the Soviet capital reports have flung the invaders back with heavy Down in the Germans claim success meeting This the crucial engagement of the for the is the oil-laden strip of land which separates the Black and the Caspian And is more than oil for the Caucasus Is one of the gateways into the Middle a vast military base of surpassing Importance for operations against Egypt and FIGHTER PLANES TAKEN FROM AIR MANEUVERS Secret Destination Hinted For Fast American Ships Cross Work a Howling Success ROLL CALL FOR BAY RED CROSS STARTS MONDAY Chairman Harrison Calls Meeting In School Building Soviet Takes Initiative To Force Germans Back Panama City Has Chance To Show Its Thanksgiving Spirit By RICE YAHNER WITH ARMY IN THE Nov. 14 - - Sudden withdrawal of planes for a secret destination has cut into the air power which the the navy and the marine corps has ready for the army maneuvers In the It was learned An unimpeachable authority disclosed that aerial already here for the army general games Nov. 15-30, have been recalled without Perhaps Overseas don't know where they have gone but our best guess is a high official He would not say whether the planes were navy or how many there or whether the pilots also were sent on the His position was so high that the Information could not be About 400 planes originally were assigned for the Another interesting disclosure on air power was an authoritative report on the results of battle experience in the and army tests In the Charles L. commander of the armored the strongest force the army has over put Into field that so President Makes No Specu little has bcv doup tanks with anything The annual roll coll for Bay county chapter of the American Red Cross will get under way Monday at a meeting of j volunteer workers at the Panama City grammar school at 4 p. W. H. chairman In charge of the Chairman has already contacted workers In St. Andrew and Those in Panama City are all urged to attend the meeting It was also announced that R. V. of high has been named chairman of the committee Of colored people to assist Ui the Monday Meeting Those workers urged to attend the meeting at Panama City Grammar school Monday afternoon Mrs. J. V. Mrs. Don j Mrs. Charlie W. C. Mrs. Herbert Mrs. J. R. Mrs. W. i F. Mrs. Step- Mrs. W. A. Mrs. C. L. Mrs. M. B. Mrs. George V. F. Mrs. W. W. Frank Mrs. Herbert Mrs. John carrier Mrs. I. F. Mrs. Joe l O d lus part for defense I Mrs. W. S. Mrs. when he by on 1 H. Eula ' weekly i ' Those boys of the Catholic Mission Orphanage near sound off with or the Chinese equivalent thereof as they clutch bread provided by American Red U. S. MARINES TO BE MOVED FROM Boys Do Their Part In Defense Activity There will be no controversy in Panama City this year as to which Thanksgiving Day will be The City fathers have the 20th because the Army boys at Tyndall Field will be taking that The is glad to see the city cooperating with the air We are an Army town now and we should think in Army But there is just one more thing all of us can do that will make this Thanksgiving a real Thanksgiving for all Tyndall Field Army Here is the Let's every family in Panama City and vicinity INVITE A TYNDALL FIELD ARMY MAN TO OUR HOMES FOR We know of no finer way to show your appreciation to men of Uncle Sam's Air Corps than to have them in our homes for Thanksgiving Invite one or two or There are over 1,200 men attached to Tyndall Some of these fellows are from homes just like yours and will be wishing they could be this Come on Panama Let's do our The has arranged for any person wishing to invite our local Army boys to Thanksgiving Dinner to call telephone 1213 and your name will be taken and ail arrangements Let's see how many boys we can Who will be the first family to Just phone 1213 ARK ROYAL SUNK YESTERDAY IN MEDITERRANEAN British Aircraft Carrier Loss Reported By Admiralty 44 100-pound bombs that columns are regarded as inopportune lation To Result Of Action MINE WORKERS TO PUSH FIGHT Nov. 14.--(/P) President Roosevelt Whon tomorrow they will lusk each subscriber to take part in their campaign to have every customer purchase at least one The boys will collect 10 cents each To who tomorrow a book ced today the United States j with the stamp in it will Hitler's Immediate concern Is the and the prize which he Is reaching is The national geographic society of Washington points out that between 80 per cent and 90 per cent of Russia's oil from the and the Soviet Union ranks next to the United States In world Nazi commentators say that the Caucasus Is Important not so much for the new oil it would bring to Germany as for the effect the loss of this oil would have on that's a natural way for an official commentator to put the but let none believe that this oil doesn't represent one of the greatest conquests which Hitler could This column has pointed out before that great oil experts say Germany's lack of lubricating oil Is her greatest danger at this Don't forget that all both for war and on * * So it Is with an eager heart that the Fuehrer urges his troops on to the difficult offensive In the It he can capture the vast oil supplies of the they will float him The Nazis are battering at the fortifications of the great naval port of and also of Kerch which lies on the strait of the same name between the Crimea and the Hitler hopes that if he can take Kerch he can fUng an army across the narrow waterway Into the to cooperate with other German forces which aro besieging Rostov on the to the If you will look at your maps you will see what the Nazis are up They are trying to work the familiar pincers movement on Rostov and thus force the Reds back from the Don which Is the northern gateway into the * It's no easy Job which the Germans are The strait of Kerch is a nasty and Sevastopol is a Is the BULLETIN Nov. President with steel company and mine union aimed at the captive coal mine broke up after 30 minutes today without any immediate Nov. 12.-(/l^) The policy committee of the United Mine Workers voted day to continue the j for a union shop in the coal mines which supply the big steel The committee directed the union's executive to their efforts to cure a in the con- ' to conform to the provisions of the Grant Union Shop Under this alli commercial soft coal mines granted a union shop to the CIO The defense mediation i board recently rejected the Ion's demand for a union in the steel companies The committee adopted a 1 resolution commending and | approving the action of Philip C. I. O. and Thomas secretary-treasurer of the mine and other CIO officials in resigning from the mediation board as a result of the decision In the mine had decided to withdraw American marines from Tientsin and That will take all the American marines out of the chief executive told a press About 750 of them have been stationed in the three The President would not discuss capital j campaign 100 per about the withdrawal of these troops being linked with efforts to obtain a better I between nuci He said lad no definite plans yet to Japan's special Saburo who to the United States to the Far Eastern whether he war could be avoided in the Mr. he certainly hoped so. bo delivered next Each week thereafter one will be added to the i book for the payment of a When a book contains in stamps the carrier will deliver a saving carriers are cooperating In the bond selling Bay Teachers To Go To Tallahassee Mrs. N. K. Mrs. Clarke Mrs. Leslie Mrs. George Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. John Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Crawford Mrs. Miss Ada Miss Bessie Mrs. A. R. SOVIET PLANE STILL MISSING Litvinoff Others Missing And Mrs. H. B. Funeral Services Held Tomorrow Radio Talk To Be Made Here By Lieut. Mathis First Lieutenant Jaseph I. Intelligence Officer will make an dress over Saturday at j 11 a. m. in the Interest of Nov. 14-(6 p. Soviet embassy this evening that it still had no news of the plane in U. S. Ambassador Laurence A. Russian ambassador Maxim Litvinoff and about a dozen others are reported missing enroute here from The British legation here reported that an American woman Alice and American magazine Q u e n t i n were the The Russian embassy said it Mrs. H. a of for the ti died at her home Thursday morning an Illness of several leaves her H. B. four Arnold B. of Joe M. of San The Associated armies before pressing a tempestuous were reported today to have driven the Germans out of 20 villages in the past 24 hours in the Kalinin while ofn the northern the radio said Red Troops had scored a break through the Nazi seige ring outside the Soviet news reported also that German shock troops had thrown back from the outskirts of 100 miles south of after a bloody Germans were here Today only their corps are Tass The news agency said the Germans hurled 15 consecutive tank attacks at the little village on the outskirts of and gained temporary foothold before smashed back Lieut. Tarver Gets Promotion NEW Nov. 14-~The promotion of First Lieutenant Thomas c. of Panama to the rank of was announced today by Col. j Joseph A. commander Of the Army Reception Center Capt. who is assistant adjutant of has served In the Army since 1016. He was a second lieutenant in the Infantry during the World and after the war remained in the Army as an enlisted through all the and commissioned grades to hts present His tours Of foreign service were in the and Russia Rejects Protests Over Ship Loss Nov. replied today to Japan's protest on the sinking of the liner Kehl Maru In the sea of Japan on Nov. ll and Informed sources understood that all major Japanese claims were Ambas s a d o r handed the reply to Foreign Minister Togo in a foreign office Japan's protect alleged that the Maru after hitting a drifting Russian It held the Soviet government Japanese accounts put the total of dead and missing at 126. Principal W. S. of Bay high and a committee of faculty members will leave tomorrow morning to attend a teachers meeting in Tallahassee lit announced through the party would leave today instead of At this state leaders jn education will plans for improving educational facilities and m Other ol the B ay delegation the meeting Lois MLss Nova Jane Miss Marjorie a u d Mrs. Bertha 11 received up to nightfall no Tlie week of November 11-16' ber 15, has been set aside as i in order to stress the need for adequate protection of the civilian This objective will provide the subject of the talk by Lieutenant Royal leso H. R. GrUnsley and W. W. of Panama and three Joe and Al She will be burled in tomorrow Funeral services will be conducted from the First Methodist of with Wilson Funeral of Panama and Service of Enterprise in Merchants Back Holiday Plans TO BROADCAST The Bay game at Tornado Field tonight win be over radio Under the of the Bay National and Com m c r c i a l banks announcer Eddie Pierce will broadcast a play-by-play description of the Caution Against Alarm OfficiaLs cautioned against Merchants of ' Panama F an j voted to cooperate with city and ed the embassy county officials In observing next Thursday as official Thanksgiving M. N. president of the Merchant's announced this A shuttle plane flying from the Caucasian port of Baku had mistakenly identified as the plane carrying the officials Mayor H. G. Fannin this week Ark Amid these don ackn the loss of the craft carrier Ark the Germans claimed as As London revision of the iStatt neutrality act with coming authoritative quarters the Aril was torpedoed by ah marme late yesterday the Mediterranean east of The huge floating this morning while towed to port. It was Britain's third aircraft carrier lost in the and the greatest single blow to the British navy shice avenged sinking of the ' cruiser Hood last Crew Largely Saved The admiralty said most the 1,575 been taken off beforehand and that casualties were not to be The other two carriers sunk were the 22,500-ton torpedoed by a German submarine Sept. 17, 1939. just two weeks after the outbreak ol the and her sister I which went down June 8. 1940, off In a hi t i on s j issued a proclamation the Nazi with the interior of Russia are | November 20 as delayed aitd a j giving and Fisher said members Repeal Of Neutrality Act Gets Contracting Reactions Jordan Funeral At 3:30 Today services for B. well known Panama died win be conducted from the Home Chapel at 3:33 p. m. Jordan died following a brief He leaves his one B. of his Mrs. B. B. two Mrs. James of Baltimore and Mrs. W. A. of Panama and one B. also Nov. cf vital ot the U. S. neutrality act hailed by an authoritative source today with while the and public greeted the congressional action with jubilation the Dally Express put into banner in enough for a major war Coming Opens Seaports This referred to reopening of be the same ships which have been to England regularly under Panamanian An authoritative source issued a statement saying that the repeal would and the will of the British people to fight the war to Germany Aroused Nov. H German sources de- I Moslem holiday today prevented a check cf northern Iran by native telegraph Russian and British sources said alarm over the lack oi news was not Two Telegrams Received The U. S. legation said that two had been received from dated Nov. 7, said he would arrive in Teheran Nov. 9. while the sent Nov. 11, said he would arrive Scharnhorst and Axis reaction to the revision of the Merchant's association i of the U. S. neutrality 100 per cent to observe ling a ban the ' American merchant ships en- Postmaster Charles Powell j combat said postal workers will ob- lighted by an explosive serve November 20 and It will from the official Thanksgiving Dayi Authorized Nazi quarters de- I sank i the Ark Royal with something K * i besides a Gennan clared today t h a announced this voted on the basis of a false presentation of facts by ports to American merchant I dent and How soon and how fast i Hull In revising the United American vessels with lend-lease would reach Britain Immediately became a subject of The Express suggested t h a t the first ships would arrive from which formerly was the jast stop tor U. S vessels carrying for while other smim thought that arrivals might States neutrality act. They expressed that the congressional majority did not reach one-half of the entire The next days will show what a dangerous path Congress has Germany simply must shoot American vessels carry they for Field CONSCRIPT MORE JAPS Nov. 14- -The war office announced today a drastic of Japan's conscription making scores of thousands hitherto exempted liable to eurly summons to morning she had been torpedoed near Six times previously she was torpedoed In The British said this morning that It was not known whether the submarine which tlie ship was not identified as either Italian or More than even money it was not Old Much Mouth would have declared a holiday and bellowed from a fpr 34 More Shopping clared the next few days would show what a dangerous the United States hud taken and asserted had been duped by a false of facts by President Roosevelt and Secretary ot Statu Soviet Counter On the war Soviet a of ut northwest of ui miles southwest of the and in the far around the Arctic port of ' The Soviet radio said the Initiative In the 4a~day-old of Moscow had now passed into Red army % In the $ from Adolf mm headquarters asserted thit 0,
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