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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - January 9, 1942, Massillon, Ohio                                Snow flurries colder to night VOL LXXV NO 195 ESTABLISHED 1863 EXCLUSIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND CENTRAL PRESS DISPATCHES HOME 1 E D I T I O ij MASSILLON OHIO FRIDAY JANUARY 9 1942 TWENTY PAGES THREE CENTS A COPY15 CENTS A WEEK BY m 01 Chinese Claim New Gains Over Japs In South China ALLIED SUB DAMAGES JAP SHIP NEAR TOKYO Of Leningrad And Sevastopol Reds Break Nazi Russians Claim German Military V Machine Broken By The Associated Press LONDON Jan six month siege of Leningrad and the twomonth encirclement at Savastopol were declared virtu ally broken today with garri sons of the two ports taking up the offensive and the German siege troops themselves beset from both sides Russian reports indicated that the hemmedin garrisons and attack tag forces driving to their relief wouldeffect a juncture might already have done so Guerrilla Operations Increase Military dispatches said that the armys determined efforts to shat ter the Nazi siege lines were being Hidedby hardhitting units of the Red aJr force and by increased guerrila operations wiping out Ger man units and dynamiting supply trains German troops which tried for Weeks tosmash through Crimean mountains into Sevastopol were de scribed as retreating to the north before a strong offensive launched by the port garrison and supported by the big guns of the Red fleet Henry Associated correspondent reported from Kuibyshev that the Sevas topol offensive was made pos sible when the Germans were forced to divert siege forces in an attempt to stem the drive other Russian troops landed on ihe Crimea near Kerch Drivinginland these Red army troops threatened the German line of of retreat British broadcast heard by CBS said German and Ru manian troops in the Crimea faced a choice of death or surrender un less they were able to withdraw before the Russians completely cut their lines back to the narrow neck connecting the peninsula to the Soviet units were reported at tacking In wave after wave with out regard for losses in a sanguin ary fourdayold battle at Pov entsa at the mouth of the Stalin canal The canal a ink in Russias BaltictoArctic waterways systems winds near the southern short of Lake Ladoga for 100 miles from the Neva river delta 20 miles east of Leningrad to a Ladoga inlet close to the mouth of the Svir river Finns Miss Nazi Help was aligned with a Red army push against Finnish forces in Karelia which Helsinki spokesmen have acknowledged are missing the firepower of withdrawn Nazi divisions Cassidys dispatch said the Se Actress Weds Quits Fil f See 8 Our Weatherman AND VICINITY Snow flurries tonight colder In northwest portion and becoming colder in southwest and northeast portions late tonight Yesterdays high was 8 at 1 p m The low for the 24honr period was 3 below at 10 p ni Thursday No precipitation High humidity 78 low 49 HOURLY TEMPERATURE REPORT Furnished by Homer Snyder Muskingum district weather observer 6 P S A M 3 P 5 A 3 S P It 6 A 4 9 P A jr 4 10 P S A 6 11 5 A s JIIDXIGHT IjlO A 31 1 A Oill A M 2 A JXOON S A 2 By The Associated Press CAIRO Egypt Jan With its land supply routes un der almost incessant assault from the air the axis has at tempted by sea to provision the retreating Libyan corps of Gen eral Erwin Rommel the British announcedtoday but the coast wise ships drew a storm of di rect hits from the RAF Ourairforces operating in sup port of our mobile columns over a wide area had a particularly suc cessful day destroying a number of enemy aircraft in aerial said a general headquarters com munique Lines Broken Enemy lines of communication west of El Agheila also were repeat edly attacked A number of direct hits were obtained on transport vehicles and also on coastal shipping which was being used to bring stores forward from Tripoli to beaches at various points on the Gulf of The supply effort of the axis in dicated that Rommel falling back onto El Agheila at the innermost curveof the Gulf of Sirte might try to make a stand there if supplies could be assured The RAF itself reported at tacks with good effect on motor transport and shipping near Buerat El 320 El Agheila on the shore of the Gulf or Sirte say ing that one ship was set aflame Rommels main force was moving from the Agedabia area toward El Agheila 70 miles to the southwest ahead of a stubbornly resisting rear guard which used extensive mine fields to supplement the hazard of mud in hampering the pursuit of the British imperials Australian pilots flying United Statesbuilt Curtiss Kittyhawk fighters shot down seven out of a formation of more than 50 axis planes yesterday over the Agedabia area the RAF reported hi its own communique Despite the fact that our aircraft were outnumbered more than five to one they immediately engaged the enemy and shot down seven of them and seriously damaged several the official report said acknowledging loss of only one RAF plane in the fight Navy Aids Land Forces Meanwhile more than 300 miles to the east units ofthe British navy joined with land artillery and air forces in an effort to destroy axis holdout forces in the Hal fay a See 8 BAER HOLDS WEIGHT EDGE NEW YORK Jan 9 Champion Joe Louis and challenger Buddy Bacr both weighed more than they had expected when they step ped on the scales in Madison Square Nipponese Fear Blockade As Battle For Singapore Rages Luzon Quiet Citation To Marines ROSELLA TOWNE Acclaimed as one of the most beautifulof the jounger actresses in Hollywood Rosella Towne above weds Harry Kronman radio writer ra Beverly Hills and reveals she plans to give up her 10 15 DAILY TEMPERATURE CHART Todays Ydays Cty Min Max Amarms 3 60 Atlanta jg jj Boston 7 Jo Buffalo 2 g Chicago 10 11 5 Cleveland 1 Columbus 1 v Denver Detroit 6 F 18 ii El Paso 39 i Kansas City 13 Miami S3 MplsSt Paul 8 Xew Orleans SI Kew Tork M f Phoenix 37 i Portland SO San Francisco 3 Washington T Yesterdays 68 Todays Lookout 10 below II 8 S 46 9 10 63 15 i 67 S2 37 13 Ont OHIO ROAD CONDITIONS Highways clear in northwestern part Ohio Covered with light tnow and flippery Jn spots In balance of state RationingCommittee Considers Inspectors To Check Applications The Massillon tire rationing com mittee headed by Judge Robert G Hoffman and all tire dealers of the city will meet Saturday at 11 a at the civilian defense administra tion office third floor of the city hall building to establish a pro gram for rationing the citys quota of tires and tubes One ofthe primary steps to be considered here will be theappoint ment of inspectors who Will make recommendations to the rationing It is probable the names of men to serve as inspectors will be sub mitted at the conference of the rationing committee and tire deal ers Appointment of the inspectors may be made following the meeting Cantons rationing committee al ready Land Force Of Four Mil lion Goal Men Immediate Japs Moving Up Troops For Heavy Attack In Philippines By The Associated Piess WASHINGTON Jan 9 The war department said today combat operations have dwindl ed to minor skirmishes in the Philippine battle front the Japanese continuing to move troops up in apparent preparation for a heavy attack The departments morning com munique based on reports received here up to a eastern stand ard time said that air activity by the Japanese yetsarday was limited to reconnaissance Text of Communique The text of the communique 1 Philippine theater Combat op erations have dwindled to desultory skirmishes in various sections of the front The enemy continues to move troops into the forward areas ap parently in preparation for a re newed attack in force Hostile air activity yesterday was limited to reconnaissance flights 2 Tlvsre is nothing to report from other The outlook continued dark for the United States and British forces battling to hold the Philippines and the Malay peninsula Philippines the Jap anese pouring in a steady stream of reinforcements to mul tiply their numerical superiority massed for an allout attack against the remnants of General Douglas MacArthurs weary army northwest of Manila On the Malay peninsula the im perials were being forced back re ilentlessly by the weight of unceasing j enemy drives which carried the bat jtle flags of Nippon even closer to the great Singapore stronghold Somber as the situation was the capital found a few rays of com fort The navy reported the sinking of four Japanese army ships Advices from Burma credited American vol v v Imperial Headquarters A d m i t a War Brought To Japans Doorstep By The Associated Press Japan got a preview taste to day of the thing she dreads possible blockade of r denselypopulated island imperial headquart ers acknowledged an allied sub marine raid within 100 miles of Tokyo in which the freighter Unkat Maru No 1 was torpedoed and damaged The nationality of the attacking craft wns not given Previously n U s navy bulletin reported Ihnt submarines of the Am erican Asiattr fleet hnd slink n 10 000ton Japanese transport and hree Japanese simbtv ihips Via 11 Major Atlack In the Philippine campaign the war department reporled that com bat operations dwindled to minor skirmishes ns the Japanese moved up troops for a climactic drive against Gen Douglas MacArthurs forces oti Batan peninsula The navys communique was the first report in many days from the sizeable underseas force operating in Far Bast waters at the start of the war Press Phonepholo tiere is a reproduction of the citation President Roosevelt drew up m recognition of the heroic stand made by the Wake island ma rine defenders against overwhelming Japanese forces unteer fliers with new successes in attacks on enemy bases in Thailand And belated details of Wakes de ifonse added fresh glory to the nia WASHINGTON Jan 9 laurels as well as two more ficials disclosed today that induc tions into the army were being step ped up to double or triple the peace time rate and indications were that the immediate goal was a hardhit ting land force of four million men The army is accelerating the in duction of present registrants which include about already clas sified as 1A without waiting to draw from the men between 20 and 44 inclusive who are expected to register 16 No limit has been set on the war time size of the army to be sent to Britain and any where else the high command may deem advisable Sec retary Stimson says the number to be drawn from the to 10 available fit men will be de which is functioning along HnesHermincd by the needs as they arise may be adopted here It has 12 inspectors who will cooperate Garden today for the of ficlalwith tire dealers in submitting the weighin for tonights heavyweight championship fight Louis who had expected to weigh 205 pounds tipped the beam at heaviest of his fighting career His previous high was 206 for a fight with Natie Brown before he became champion Baer who scaled 237 for his pre vious meeting with Louis in Wash ington weighed 250 today five pounds more than he had planned to carry SCIENTIFIC TOOTH BRUSH 39c at BUCKEYE CLUB MEMBERS Fish fry COLONY CLUB MEMBERS Big time tonight S Erie ext REAL TURTLE SOUP Fish sandwich free parking for our patrons at Friegs Restaurant JANUARY CLEARANCE Heres your chance men to pick up some real bargains at tremendous savings Our entire stock drastically reduced to clear out at once WORKWOMENS STORE Cor Tremont and 1st SEGELS JANUARY CLEARANCE Thrift buyers who really want quality names of appplicants for tires and tubes to the rationing committee Committee Personnel Reduced The local committee will not con sider the rationing of tires to per sons living outside the Massillon corporation At a meeting of tire rationing committees representing Stark county Massillon Canton Alliance and villages in the county Equipment Ordered Present strength has been placed at around officers and men and plans already under way would Knnf 1C 2000000Appropria turns have been made to enemy ships to the toll they took be fore the island fell Jap Transport Sunk The submarine report was the first in many days from the longsilent underseas units of the Asiatic fleet The navy communique last night said that one of the Japanese ships sunk was a transport and the three others were supply ships Each was See 8 FLIER BAILS OUT Pierce Defenses Of Canton And Nanchang Japanese May Be Driven Out Of Two Important Cities They Have Held Since 1938 Chinese Forces Ready For Duty In Burma By The Associated Press CHUNGKING Jan Chinese reported today that their had penetrated the outer defenses of two of the most important Japan eseheld cities of south China Canton and Nanchang capitals of Kwang tung and Kiangsi provinces The Chinese claimed successes on a halfdozen other fronts of cen tral China and announced that while fresh expeditionary forces awaited only the word to enter British Burma troops already massed there were taking up designated mostly in northern Burma An army communique that two Chinese columns had driven into the northern and north suburbs of Canton in the xt H CAMBRIDGE Jan city m course of an assault on the outer I defenses of that millionpopulation that began three days ago is ahva because he bailed out of his falling craft near Piedmont dam 25 miles northeast of here Heavy Casualties Chinese dispatches said heavy cas ualties had been inflicted on the The war department in announcdefenders of in an attack th mil Although the war department has issued orders against publication of draft calls and quotas for each area officials made no secret of the fact iropnaing the crash listed the pilot asilnalj Pcnetl provide j Lieut Sherman Christian He wasiof the city taken to Ohio Valley Wheeling W but were not disclosed that penetrated the outer barriers his He Canton and Nanehang have been injuries in Japanese hands since 1938 y of slven to The comnuilque reported further dealt the Japan TAX PROGRAM IS DISCUSSED at Canton Wednesday it was deithat the draft rate was being doubled cided to allot tires only to appliand wight soon be trebled if such cants in the district in which the llss not already been ordered respective committees have juris Revised figures on the number of diction Thepersonnel of the MasstHon SeeJNDUCTIONSpage 8 rationing board has been reduced WHITE from seven to three members in ac cord with the Ohio state tire ration See 8 INCOME TAXES ACCOUNTING Notary Public A W Trenka Over Grand theater Room PAUNHAUS And Liver Pudding the old fash ioned kind Made and sold at the cident occurred ly after the Pittsburgh one I heavV rfr from heir i treasury WASHINGTON Jan 9 bipartlsan delegation of congres sional leaders began work today with Secretary of the Treasury Morgen thau on means cf raising the of new taxes asked by President Roosevelt in his budget message this week Chairman Doughton fDNC of the house ways and means commit tee speaking on behalf of the dele gation after the conference at the explained however that preliminary and a Capltal HunM1 ad successes on that no agreements had been made dld other fronts southern China n Central and yet axes be said the attack in Japanese Ca ters occurrcil early yesterday morning off Uic Izu Schichitd Isliimis 100 miles south of To kyo and Yokohama Official acknowledgment that tins war has been brought to Japans own doorstep came as the victory flushed Nipponese boasted of the possibility of outright conquest at the United States The contention that United States cannot be invaded is as much myth as that the Maginot could not be taken or that Singa pore and Pearl Harbor impreg said the governmentcon trolled Japan Times and Advertiser On the Malayan fighting front a Tokyo communique asserted thaA Japanese troops had driven the Brit of defense lines at on the northsouth Singapore rond 50 miles north of Kuala pur 240 miles above Singapore Japs Near Kuala Lumpur Domei official Japanese news agency declared the army was ewjh closer to Kuala Lumpur crude nib ber capital of the world i Domei asserted that Japanese coli umns had advanced 20 miles beyond Tanjong Malim within 30 of Kuala Lumpur while a German broadcast declared that British fenders of Kuala Lumpur been cut off in violent fightmg around i the city itself British frontline dispatches cribed tho jungle conflict scene of carnage reporting The slaughter of Japanese in some areas of Malaya uhijoiiev able Concentrated British Are has mowed down wave after wave of them and whole detachments have been blown to pieces Dome said the British were hastily destroying bridges and roads and that troops In south ern sectors of Sdangor staU were joining in the retreat tow ard the state of Ncgri Sembilan j south of Kuala Lumpur i British Far East headquarters said a violent allday battle raged yester day in the Slim river sector 50 miles above Kuala Lumpur as waves of tankpaced infantry attacked on river port above Hankow which MONEY FOR REAL ESTATE And persona loans The OhJo Merchants Trust Good Lump Coal ton 50 727 Erie South Dial 21126 on what sought can say is that we met to exchange views and everyone show i rl i A lie UCVlOLLUi YVcKJ HWt Rl V tTIl 111 U1C cd a but eartier reports said ithe British were holding fast on newlyformed lines on the Slim river Wright field said that a third pilot anded at Cambridge to assist Lieut Christian i DANCE MICKEYS INN Sausage Shop CantonMassillon mi N Rt 21 Ad Ad BALCONY CAFE j Comer 2nd and Charles SW Dance tonight and Saturday by Pete La Vega CSee 8 FOR WINE Dons Grill Erie at the main road to Singapore Heavy casualtles were reported on both sides The decision was not given in the ITS SCRUBBYS TONIGHT north of Kuala Lumpur FISHAND FR FRIES lOc Hoses Grill Wales CASH FOR UNCLE SAM Cafe SIS Tremont ave CRYSTAL LAKE PARK Dancing every Friday and Satur day night Beer wines and liquors See 8 EAGLES SATURDAY NIGHT Floor show and dance music by Eagle Open Eve and LINCOLN Fish fry tonight Open until MAUSZ KILEY WEST CENTER FOOD MARKET Chuck Roast best cuts Ib 28c30c Swiss or TBone Steak Ib oc coats at budget prices will Pork Roast meaty tt 32c ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES Wyss Drug Store 614 Tremont SWJ FISH FRY TONIGHT Wagner Wonder Bar Tremont SWJ a loan to pav your income Ad MOONLIGHT GARDEN TONIGHT Round and square dancing Deli PEGS NIGHT CLUBJTONIGHT Fresh blue Ad See The First National Bank about cious fish Our LINDES 23 Lincoln Way E group of S3 and priced at Ad The best external Hats EAGLES FRIDAY NIGHT The best external eod remedy oysters and dance music by Wyss Drug Store 614 Tremont SW Eagle Ad Ad f i Av E WAV w Whipped cream nut fudge choco For better poultry and pork pro Select vours late or black 30c ducts Featuring Country Sausage bulk casing Our own creamy orientals 30c Ib ers Yearlings and Cutup Chicken Clearance Sale as we are unable to reorder After and smoked Ib 3Qci group of our better drastically Ad our Fresh or Smoked Sausage Ib 32c Veal Beef pork for loaf 2 Ib 53c dresses Sliced Bacon Hormel Ib 350 Phone KM inventory sale of dresses va Country Lard 2 Ib nrmr en i now Country Eggs doz values now now our windows Full line of country beef pork groc eries and Jruita at lowest Prices Alwayi Assorted mint patties 35c lt Also Pork Roast Shoulder Loin or 25ci Fresh salted Jumbo peanuts 25c Ham Serve our own make Sausage 35c and 30c Ib these winter days yes we also have Large salted cashews 59c b paunhaus scrapple and groceries Ice and sherbets 332 Erie S Park at our door ore 16e SCIENTIFIC TOOTH BRCSH 39c at Ad LINCOLN TAVERN Fish fry tonight Open until GIRL WANTED TO WORK IN STORE MUST BE AMBITIOUS STEADY APPLY AT ONCE ADDRESS BOX 3 EVENING   

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