Havre Hill County Journal, September 28, 1941

Havre Hill County Journal

September 28, 1941

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Havre Hill County Journal (Newspaper) - September 28, 1941, Havre, Montana News Today Foreign — — National State — — County — Local — MEMBER { United Press NEA Service PAID CIRCULATION — QUALITY ‘'Guarantees a Buying Market” THE HILL COUNTY SONDAY JOURNAL ^Wtather Twenty-Eighth Year, No. 29 HAVRE, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28,1941 Price Five Cents II. fl. Weather Rotmo IWwmI Clear, rising temperature cant of divide. Saturday’* Temperatures Maximum ..................  ti Mi n im ii iii .................................. SO Russians Spurn Armistice Overtures • In Northern Montana College Opens Tuesday Many Counties to Merchantmen (‘an’t Shoot Without Guns; War Outlaws What’s Left of International Law By PETER HUSON NKA Service Washington (brrepMimlent WASHINGTON.—Principal dlf flcutty Iii considering any program of arming ll. s. merchant vessels, Hailing the seven seas is dimply a lack of guns. The number of ll. S. merchant sh I pa now in foreign commerce, the minimum* number which opening for the 13th year, Tues-would hay# to be armed lf any day* Sept em her 30, will again at-wen* arni rd. lo about DOO. THU II*-1. ".t“.'IC_nT. '[.""I    C?Un,7 ' Be Represented in Fall Registration Unit of Greater University of Montana To Start 13th Year Northern Montana college, includes ships in the South American trade and ships on the Pacific. lf, in addition to these, it was deemed advisable to arm ll. S. ships in coastwise and inter-coastal trade, guns and gun crews would have to he produced In northern Montana. The amazing growth of this Institution is evidence of the unusual type of service that it gives to the young people of Montana. This northern unit of the Greater University of Montana, a1- for another 700 vessels. On top th°u*h ,h° youngest of the vari-of that, there would have to be 0,u* Institution*, ranks third in arms provided for the 1400 ships now being built by the Maritime Commission. Shortage of naval calibers large enough to sink a sui* is acute. Any shooting on sight done in the Immediate fu tun size. The fact that new departments and new courses have been added in recent years has made it rifles of    to    develop the Institution along modern, up-to-date, and practical lines. It is a policy of the college to rontinually “study would have to be done bv market” In order to determine •    ------- —    —    ‘    of Spouse Seeks Mae’s Money, Not Divorce U.S. AND ALLIES AIM NEW ECONOMIC BLOW AT JAPANESE Stone Returns To Open Court U.Mroyc, or cruder, .dually *'ha' ...motho merchantmen    •"•J/A0"Ii*”- A When FYank Wallace, left, nusband of curvacious Mae West, right, since 1911, appeared in a San Bernardino, Cal., court and told the Judge ‘‘I don’t want a divorce—I want her money,’* he was denied the $1000 a month separate maintenance he was seeking from the actress. They are shown as they appeared in court. Nations Opposing Axis Will Shape Plans To Bolster Chinese Financial Structure WASHINGTON. Sept. 27. (U.R) terest in diplomatic quarter.* — The I lilted States. Britain and here. These informed repregent-China laid plans today for ail- atives explained that as the other economic thrust ut Japan. I Anglo-American economic noose Representatives of the three tightens about Japan that nation anti-axis nations will meet at will seek desperately to apply Hongkong to study means of bol-1 pressure on China, storing Chinese currency and Such pressure might take the seek to frustrate any financial form of a financial offensive by control that the puppet Nanking the Nanking regime to drive regime might attempt to exert in Chungking dollars out of clrcu-jthe Orient.    lotion in the Orient. Plans for the Hongkong con-    Additional Anglo-American    fi- ferenee. to be held in the fort!- nancial aid to China, diplomatic fled British colony just off the sources added, would have the ef-Japaiiese-occupied south China feet of frustrating such moves coast, were revealed by a trea- and might have a profound in-sury announcement that ll. Merle Alienee on the Japanese govern-Cochrtne, treasury foreign serv- ment to give more sympathetic ice officers, will leave San Flan- reception to suggestions to break cisco by clipper tomorrow to at- away from the axis and cease its tend the conference. A. Manuel east Asia venture. Fox, a member of the stabiliza- The British and American gov tion board of China, already is in vernments have placed huge Hongkong.    sums behind the Chungking cu>- The announcement of the con- rency. The United States allooai-fere nee created considerable in-    (Please turn to page 5) Harlan F Stone, new chief justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, returns to Washington from vacation to prepare for opening of high tribunal, Oct. 6. field of busine** training, surveys, limited .upply of ,.0Ilf,r,.n,.„ wlth h(.„d, of bn',. There is a dei k guns left over from the last war, and while they might do in ness organization*, and lnvestiga-| lions of newer types of equipment pinch for surface craft, this    ‘    .    .    .    „ , .    .    and    eour*es    have made It possible 'KOflt uur luia rum rou I hu?arr1 present war has one real hazard . ,    .    ....    to    provide    an    efficiently    organize el. ch w„„ merely   bel In tho    ram    w|,h„ »«—'•>= d»n*er from 'lr-1 employer,. The same procedure has been followed in various other department*, among them the field of medical secretaryship In craft bombers and dive bombers. To fight off bombers effectively takes considerable fire powder in anti aircraft weapon., and aa the wh|rh ,h    of    „ud world well know, the United equipment, and acneral pie,.- ll. S. Warships Will Guard New liberty Fleet’ Germans Push Ukraine Drive “a,ion Bread; Revere Decrees Applied Invaders Seek Knockout in South; Reds Counter-Attack at Leningrad State* is woefully short on antiaircraft guns. nlng of the work were accomplished under the suggestion and guM-, ,    ,    ,    sure of a committee of twenty i 5*. ,?f.. V.°W    r    physician*    and    surgeons    selected, from each of the western states. The demand for draftsmen has One international law has become can he gained by a check on the laws of wai as they affect the opera- loused the college to provide a tion of military and naval air craft. The Hague conference of 1922 special course in this field The greatly Increased need for employees jn various types of gov- 2.1 made some broad generally*- eminent service has also been re-tions that the laws affecting SUT HERLIN, Sept. 27. (U.R) -~Ger-    ing eastward against the remaiud- man reports said tonight a nazi    er of Budenny’s armies. war juggernaut rocked acrosa the . These forces, a special corn-flat Ukraine intent upon dealing    tnanlque of the high command a death blow to the battered    claimed today, have scored the forces of Marshall Seinyon Bu*    greatest success yet won by Ger- deny now attempting a baek-to-    man arms in Russia—the destrue- —--President Roosevelt declared the-wall defense of Kharkov and    tion of five soviet armies, com* today the full might of the United the huge Donets industrial region,    prising 70 divisions, with capture The combined forces of two    of 665,000 prisoners. SSI armored great Germun armies, these re-    fighting vehicles, 3,718 cannon ports said, is being hurled against    and “incalculable other war ma* Budenny's troops, already reeling    feria!.’’ under the loss of possibly 1,300,-    This total    is almost    twice    that OOO casualties suffered in what    of either of    the other    great    bat- Beriin called the unprecedented ties on Russian soil, the double Kiev “battle of encirclement.’’    battle of Biaiystok-Minsk    and German quarters were close- that of Smolensk, mouthed concerning progress of    It was    estimated    by    n-tii the nazi attempt to knock Bu- sources soviet troop losses east of President Reiterates Freedom of Seas Policy As Vessels Are Launched WASHINGTON, Kept. 27. (U.R) States will he used to guard the new “liberty fieot” against torpedo. bomb or shell on the seven fleeted in certain departments of face craft should also apply to    college. Northern Montana    **aa. aircraft. But international law as    college now offers the first two    His declaration, reiterating the It applies to    the sinking of mer-.years of professional or pre-    admin!*!ration's determination to chant ships    specifics that war    professional courses in 25 differ-    malntaln freedom of the seas de- vessels can determine the charac- j cut fields, as follows:    ;    ,    . ter of merchant ships only by VU-i    Art* and sciences, agriculture.    H|dl€> (jerm*n    at'18* it aud search, aud that tile true    arts and nursing, business admin-    w'as repealed at shipyards in all character    of a merchant    ship    {Stratton, chemistry, dentistry,    parts of the country as 14 units    denny’s forces out of the war and    Kiev may    run as high    as 1,300,- muHt be    determined and    provi-    education, chemical engineering,    of the new wartime emergency    clear the way to    German control    OOO men. aion made tor the safety of crew civil engineers, electrical engl- fjee| s||d down the wavs iii the °* *be    Loets    industries    and    The    Russians,    it    was    indicated and passengers before sinking, neering. industrial engineering.    la    n    Iii    •>    ***e approaches to the Batuin- here, ale making every effort I) Determining the true character    mechanical engineering, forestry.    Kn‘H “s mass launchings >iik>    Raku oil fields    and the    Caucasus,    reorganize for the defense of    the usually menus an examination of    home economics, journalism, law,    the World war.    However, they left no    doubt the    Kharkov-Donetz line    and a DNB the crew list, passenger list,    library science. medical tech-    Congress regarded his speech,    high command    in pursuit of its    official news agency    dispatch    re- c lea ranee    papeis, log aud    cargo    oology, medicine, normal, pre-    which was transcribed in advance    cardinal doctrine    of allowing the    porting soviet-counter    attacks    in manifest.    aviation, secretarial science, social    a,,d played at each of the launch-    enemy no respite    in which to re-    which 20    Russian tanks and    -’4 Of course ifs impossible for sciences.    lugs, as the final prelude to his an airplane    to do any of those    This makes it possible for high    f°r complete repeal “*• modification of the neutrality act to enlarge deliveries of lend-leuse materials. The president was expected to decide during the coming week whether he will seek outright repeal or revision of the neutrality things. For a plane to rudio a school graduates to complete the merchant captaiu to abandon his first two years, which are usually ship would be a deud giveaway critical ones, under the very ad* of the plane s position, and make vantageous system of teaching it an easy target for anti-aircraft which ha* been developed at the gun*.    I college. Results have shown that All those points can be kepi in the student who Is successful dur-j • t * ^ t>x t8 to see hlg conKre«-mind the next time your bridge inc the first two years will, in all siomt| |eadcr8 Monday to RO ovor table debating society meets to. probability, continue lo su,<” the situation, A message on the complain about the way the axis during the temaining yeats of iii'' subject to congress mav be forth-plauo sauk the U. S. freighter    course. Large numbers of    gradated Seafarer on the    Red Sea.    uates /who have transferred to •    *    •    icolleges and universities in    prac    highlighted    “Liberty    Fleet    day” The labor division    in the Of-J Really every part of the I    nited j sponsored    by    the    maritime    com- fice of Production Management States have found their prepara- mj„8ion |n observance of the first has received reports from a few tion no* on,y adequate but gen- launchings of the 312 new enterg- erally superior.    j    ency cargo ships. cover from defeat or reorganise armored cars were destroyed wa* new defenses is relentlessly driv- taken to indicate at least some Car Title Fraud Cracked; Hundreds’ Of Drivers Drive Stolen Automobiles had reached Btl* reinforcements den ny. MOSCOW, Sept. ‘J7. (UR)—An official Russian spokesman said tonight the Germans have suffered “immense" losses in a huge battle which now is raging on the Russian mainland for possession of strategic Crimea. The statement made by Vice Commissar of Foreign Relations Powers of Fascist Party Increased; More Taxes Added ROME. S. A. Lozovsky was the first to tonight be given out in Moscow upon the fighting for Crimea. tpt. 27. placed "Negotiations for Peace Reportedly Launched by Nazis Kremlin Not Interested In Proposition Said Borne by Diplomats ANKARA, Kept. 27. <U.R>— Diplomatic quarters reported tonight Russia has rejected a nazi “trial balloon" for a separate armistice modelled closely on that signed by the reich with France. Russia, the diplomats reported, has emphatically made plain she has no interest in any separate armistice or negotiations for that purpose. Possibly as a result of the sharp I soviet reaction, the reports said. Germany has again renewed pressure upon Bulgaria in an attempt to obtain her declaration of war against Russia and use of 100.000 Bulgarian troops. The German trial balloon, it was said, was sent by way of neutral diplomats both in Moscow and other world capitals. Nationality of the diplomats who put out the German feelers was not specified. They were said to have suggest-j ed to Russian sources that Germany is interested in the idea of a separate armistice with the soviet, to be pigned now, and 1 with a complete peace at soma later date. As soon as word of the feelers reached the Kremlin, it was said the Russians made it emphatically clear the soviet had not tho j slightest interest in such proposals, would not consider nor even discuss them. The German move, the diplomats said, was made so no actual proposal or terms were offered. However, it was made plain the Germans would be willing to negotiate along these line*: I. German troops to maintain approximate present positions in Russia except In the Ukraine (UR)    Italy where occupation down to the under    the Caucasus would be completed. of this Lozovsky emphasized there is parfy introducing rigorous new no fighting in Crimea which i:> rationing and fiscal control*, and sternest decrees of the w’ar. tight-    “ German occupation cuing the powers of the fascist !Uf>a 1° continue until end of the war. The new edicts were imposed by the council of ministers at a meeting presided over by Premier Benito Mussolini. A notable step was taken for was made 3. Germany not to interfere in any manner with the Russian regime in the remainder of the country. It wag noted here that this proposal conformed closely to the terms given France in that Russia, like France, would be split into two sections and Germany would obtain all the economic admen- vantages she sought In attacking linked with the mainland by a new curhg on proffering narrow four-mile wide Isthmus, and implied nazi claims to tile capture of perekop and to have cached the Sea of Azov, thus cutting connections between Crimea aud the mainland, were false. Other soviet reports claimed *be first time—bread the destruction of a big nazi air    subject to rationing, base which the Germans had em-    The ministers approved ployed for attacking Moscow and sores to increase greatly the pow- Russia together with command of other Russian cities and said the er of the fascist party and its the Black sea and a land connee-reslstance of soviet defenders of leaders, giving them tho right to tion with the Middle East, slm-Leningrad Is growing despite veto any condidate for any public liar to her link to the Spanish ceaseless German attacks.    office and putting fascist leaders frontier, through which a new At the approaches to Leningrad, on an equal footing with the campaign could be started, said the soviet information bu- police and carabinieri.    German    diplomatic activity in reau, more than 4.000 Germans    While increasing th**    power    of    the    Middle    East    is    expected    to    be have been killed in the last few    the party, the ministers    appeased    stepped    up    with    the    arrival    Mon days, 66 planes have been shot worker* and salaried employes by day from Istanbul of German Am* down and 34 tanks, 30 machine striking bard at the wealthier bassador Franz von Papen. coming during the week. Tho president’s brief address Convicts at Deer lAxlj^e Office Replaced By Bonded Clerks HELENA. Sept. 27.    (U.R) (Joy, Sam C. Ford today estimat- guns, 20 trench mortars and mo    classes. Prohibitive faxes were trucks taken or put out of action,    imposed on real estate trans- A violent battle was fought, it    actions. New regulations were im* was reported, near Staruya Bus-    posed on stock trading and share sia, south of Lake Ilmen where a    holder* were required to register German SS division attacked aud    shares to control profiteering. lost 1500 men.    \    Party    members employed iii big A dispatch to the army news-    business houses were admonished changed    til** serial    numbers    paper Red Star said that savage    to kepe an eye on any efforts of which    were    then filled    in    on    tile    fighting is in progress around    employers to evade the law or blanks    stolen from    the    state.    A    Leningrad where the Germans are    abuse privileges, facsimile signature of Theodore making desperate efforts to crash The first rationing Hiffh Court Rules For Miners’ Union HELENA. Sept. 27. (U.R)—The .Montana supreme court today upheld the Butte miners’ union’s contention that men employed in the Anaconda Copper Mining 0,    company’s    mines    in Butte were ---#— - “collar to towns in which there are a a umbel of defense industries to tho effect that employes are shopping around from one plant to another to get better Jobs at higher wages. To prevent thin inflationary labor turnover, UBM reports indicate that in some cities the employers have banded into junior manufacturing associations and agreed among themselves not to accept new worker* unless previous employers have signed a release. From the employers’ viewpoint, this enables the whole group to freeze its labor supply and hold wages at present levels. From the government’s viewpoint, this is an illegal combination, and all such evidence is turned over to the Department of Justice for investigation. Bergstrom, whom Jones sueced- through against “growing soviet since Italy entered the war will en,*. ?,    .u cd as warden and ex-officio regis- resistance.”    permit    200    grams    daily    per per- < ollai shift, from tile I me y trar, was used, he said.    \    The    red    army    defenders    of    the    son    generally,    while    ordinary    reP°rt    *°r work un tney avn ed "hundreds of Innocent motor* The illegal activities involving city retain the initiative in certain workers will receive 300 grams the mine. Only three of the ll vessels tats probably were driving stolen use ()f the stol(>n blankB he said. 1 sectors, Probably no college In the entire northwest    has had a more    launched today    were so-called    automobiles' to    which their    only    we"re”d iVcoveVed "brAiidv To ber ii    counter-attack unique history    of accomplishment    ’ Liberty" ships,    first known as    claim was a    fraudulent    title.    sheHf^of    ^ade coSntywheTe    Hamburg    regi in developing    a physical plant.    ] "ugly ducklings’’    because of their    some 0f many    stolen from    Mon    Cascade county. The rapid growth of the instill!-    severely simple    design and ap-    tana's registration bureau at the    had~hee»    .wnvered* tion made it imperative to provide pearance. The others were differ-1 stute prison    Deen    recovered, working quarters, otherwise the ent type ships being built under qov L’ord said however a rehundreds of students who were other maritime commission pro-1    ’    ’ (Please turn to page 8) I grams or for the British. it was said, and in a and heavy laborers will receiveThe supreme court, in a four ‘‘decimated" a 400 grams.    j    to    one    decision,    ordered    the    811- regiment of the 20th Another proposal approved by ver Bow county district court to a number of the spurious titles German division and broke up ajthe ministers rationed corn meal, over-rule the ACM’* demurrer, Ford said, concentration of 40 anzi tanks.    (Please    turn to page 6)    'claiming    the unions’ claims had no legal basis, and try the case. however, it was believed the "ring" had restricted most of its Reports Persist British Will Move Troops Against Nazis in Caucasus Gen. Wavell Confers Soon with Russians On Joint Defense organization of the bureau in the activities to eastern aud central ; state prison at Deed Lodge effect- states rather than Montana for (ed several mouths ago, had hall- utJter Montana cities had reported the racket, which had touched ed no evidence of 8|mftlttr deals. every state in the uuiou.    ____ Before Warden Dudley Jones'    *    ax investigation, the governor said. >V elfure Attorneys convict* working in the regislra- Cpr»Lincr T?*»ho‘irino* tion bureau had been stealing OCCHIHg KeniAmiR and "wholesaling" biauk auto I HELENA. Sept. 27. (U.R) At-registration and title forms to torneys for the Montana public disc ii HS with th© Russliiu coni* pji»’.«h»aliiiK '*riUK8° throughout welfur© bourd toduy were us-tnander measures for the joint the nation    U*    °U ; sembling new evident for a re- defense of that part of the world. Jones, Ford said, had sent hearing by the state supreme ^t,.ong- squadrons of royal air It wag    s,    most of the convicts back to their court of the test suit filed by f01(.e bombers and fighters «p Royal Air Force, Wooing Planes from East Front, Tangles with Luftwaffe Weather French Railroad Center at Amiens Attacked by British LONDON. Sept. 27. (U.R)- Bulietin prepared by the U. 8 weather bureau office at Havre. Saturday. Sept. 27, 1941. Maximum. 4 4. Minimum, 30. Temperature at 5:30 p. rn , 41. Precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 5:30 p. rn., none. (as neutral dispatches had told of j ‘‘mysterious planes" which flew over Germany at such great height that they could not lie identified. The American-built Barometer Reading four-engined bombers are able to. ^ 5:30 a. in., 27.44 surmount bad weather and may! 923.2 millibars, have been used for reeonnais-j "At“ 5.30 p m > 27.48 Inches; inches; Duke and Duchess Arrive in St. Paul ST. PAUL. Minn., Sept. 27. (U.R) —The Duke and Duchess of Windsor stopped here tonight for dinner in an ivy-covered old English style home on lake. »    I    I    j *    1 •    n    1    j    luuoi.    Vii I ut LUU» ivlD uav iv vU I iiv>i j    *    1    IUm*    DUIIlUcI “    UUU    11 gll in o “**p * LONDON, sept.    ti,<U.R)-Oe».! reldy'h^e been moved Into' tW|    Sic”"    «'UmJ ISS    V    white    other    craft    !mM Sir Archibald Wavell, it was re- Caucasus and with regard to 1.. „ , .    _    .    ,,    annrnnriuHrm vealed by an authoritative British forthcoming operations all that    1    ---- source today, will confer with so- wou|d be said was that “no expe-i nuu beI^    y    d 1    1 vlet representatives at Tehran; dltion has yet been launched.”    U1    used* shortly on “joint defense of that Nonetheless. Wavell's confe**-part of the world.’’    1    ence was regarded as one of the; This was the first official new’s    most important preliminaries to the    shore of "Gam I    hearing on widespread reports    J strategic developments of    the i    that a new British expeditionary    coming period of the war. a hon t 7 000 uersons crowded    force i» being organized to aid    The German radio, it was    not-    -      -----       ---    --    0    . into St. Paul’s union station to I K-tiHsia in defense of the eau- edi recently has broadcast story car thieves and used as evidence Lirtin is Speaker cheer the royal couple when they casus and. possibly, the Donets after story of British troop and °f ownership.    ROSEBURG, Ore., Sept. 27 stepped from the train from Chi- basin, if Soviet lines hold    war material arrivals in Iran from I In most states, he said, it was , ((j.R)—Rep. Joseph W. Martin, cago. Tile registration blanks with the state seal affixed, Gov. Ford said, together with title blunks were mailed out of the prison and sold for as much a$ $50 to $250 a set, which were filled out by flying fortresses—were officially j were grounded. ....    ,    reported today to have attacked I Th vridnv nieht raids on Ger- Walter P. Coombs, attorney for French railroad center of many and the channel ports were reheaHnr»’    fitrf    liirlv    Amieng and the    German rail cen-1 on u comparatively small scale next^ week on con tenuous the ter, at, £ol?g,it    Mg'8Cale duy but. combined with the daylight „ t f ,,    ,    .    .    ,    ,    {and night raids.    attacks on a big-scale, appeared o el 00 e mp    ♦    Twenty-one    German    planes    and    to be part of an offensive design- ovi- dence in deciding the suit in fav or of Lewis and Clark county. 14 British craft were shot down ed to break up German railroad during daylight operations while communications over a wide area, tho night raids, which included Dunkirk and Calais, apparently LONDON, Sept. 27. (U.R)—Ger-blasted a score of enemy craft on , man pianos—officially deoribed the ground. The operations were I as the “largest number” in Sunrise today, 6:14 a. rn. Sunset today, 6:05 p. rn. • Vital Statistics BIRTHS To Mrs. Earl I^arson, Havre, a daughter, at the Deaconess hospital, Sept. 27. MARRIAGE I JCE.NHEM Leland B Mommsen, 24, Havre, Wavell, British communder-in-. india. It was noted that the orig-1 sufficient proof of ownership if jr., r., Mass., chairman of the i the first important air attacks I months—attacked    a northeast ,ilc .....       ief    in India, was said by a Brit- jnai British force sent into Iran the numbers of the registration Republican National committee, for a week because of unfavor-1 coast town tonight and earlier and Arlene Marian Heere, 20. and 40 minutes between trains ish spokesman to have planned, was small and would have to be form and the title matched those1 tonight urged the 8th annual able weather.    'challenged the royal air forcer j Minot, Sept. 27. before continuing their vacation when he left London a few days; enlarged considerably if an expe-!of the automobile. Taking ad- convention of Oregon republican trip to the Duke’s ranch In Alber- ago, to go to Tehran en route tolditionary army Is to enter the vantage of this fact, the governor'clubs to make plans to minimize ta, Canada.    I    India where he will “of course, Caucasus.    {said, thieves stole cars and J “the shocks of peace.” It was believed that flying which is seeking to draw the 1 jO0 ^ Ludwig, Jr., Hingham. fortresses had been aiding in pre- > luftwaffe away from the eastern und Emma Marie Poler, 20, Rud* paring for renewal of the attacks, front, over north France,    yard. Sept, 27, 4 ;