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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - January 18, 1942, Miami, Oklahoma                                Associated Press Leased Wire MIAMI DAILY NEWSRECORD 172 Pnblhhcd Evtry Uveiilns Snliirdnj iind Sundiij JANUARY 1042 Office nt A Street unit Flrnt A venae FIVECENTS RUSSIANS DROP f PARACHUTISTS TO JAB AT FOE y Troops Are Landed Behind Mozhaisk Wedge To Cut Off Nazi Forces Another Smashing Gain ing hard at both the rear and flanks of imperilled Germans be the Russians were reported dropping clouds of para chute troops behind the Mozhaisk tonight as Red forces surged forward in a new and smashing zain northwest of the parachutists were declared to have virtually cut off the Nazi holding 57 miles vest of German lines on both 0ies of this salient havj been bent far exposing this last remaining advance position which has held out against the Soviet on Northwest of the Rus Rhns announced their forces Have smashed German counterattacks and recaptured Latashino in an advance that carried almost to German strongpoint on the Morth shore of the Lata shino is some 130 miles northwest of Moscow on the high road to another regional center on the Moscow was 4aclared also liberated along the numerous other populated centers 36 Nazi Planes Downed The Russians claimed thfy oc stroyed seven battalions of Naz and brought down 3t planes in the last two Sever planes were declared shot dowi Moscow The Russians admitted the loss of nine Red fliers destroyed one railway Eet two others afire and burned 23 freight cars of war ma A fuel dump also wns ex Reports reaching London indi xated thnt the Drifting down in large One source said the operato might prove to be the most i sive use of such troops the war ha yct This informant declare Ahat the parachutists were believe landing in such force aided b organized alread operating they might attac the Nazi rear as well as cut com 6 Observers said tbe Soviet tactic indicated a determination to wip out the whole salient rather tha attempt to push its defenders back Loss of such a it was salt jvould be a hard blow to Adolf Hit hopes of falling back sut licient strength to halt the Rus sians at a winter linj farther SEARCHERS REACH BODlESm22AT AIR CRASH SCENE Jarole Lombard of Movie Her Mother and 15 Soldiers Among Victims On Nevada Peak Struck Last Night by Westbound LAS carefree Screen Actress Carole her mother and 20 other occupants of a luxurious skysleeper crashed to laming death last night on oot Table 35 miles southwest of Searchers on horseback reached he scene today nearly 18 hours and found the shattered with bodies scattered for hundreds of yards up the mountains Lndersheriff Glenn Jones re ported from that the ig 21passenger craft apparently lit at full Many of the victims wero burned beyond rec Thus ended the idyllis marriage of the actress and Clark dol of thousands of When word a distraught Gable was on his way into the mountains to join personally in the Gable Heads for Scene For hours he had paced a hotel refusing to be consoled by Soon after rioon be an nounced he could wait no He and Sheriff Ward head ed into tbe His face was drawn and Dark glasses hid bloodshot Acornpanying him were Howard publicity chief at his and Vegas who learned of the crash ns he waited for his wife to re turn from an eastern defense bond selling had flown here early today from It took hardened I nickers more than nix hours on horseback to force their way through the rug trackless Polosi Their search was slowed by ter rain which mailo progress afoot Army Guards Army led to the scene by Herbert com Actress Who Died In Line of Duty CAROLE LOMBARD LOS They all died for their That was significant com ment on the tragic plane crash by Howard Southern Califor nia administrator for defense sav ings of Treasury department Miss her mother am Otto Winkler gave their lives for the safety and future well being of the United States as truly as the soldiers with whom they were traveling in the also in line of the official Miss Lombard and her partj were returning from a defense bom sales stunt in William Powell Shocked PALM 1 GIVEN STRONG POWER INCOURTTESI Inforccment Provisions Arc Upheld in Important De cision Granting Tribunal Right to Force Compliance By Contempt By JOHN OWEN OKLAHOMA Extraordinary enforcement pow ers of the State Corporation com mission were affirmed by the state supreme court in adecision hailed oday as the most important ever landed it or a federal court affecting the commissions constitutional The in the opinion 6f Earl conservation was recognition of the right to punish violation of its rules among multi ple businesses controlled by the by contempt proceed ings without resort to the courts Prop to Enforcement More efficient enforcement par ticularly of regulations governing motor carriers and petroleum pro was regarded as if the Legislature places other lines of endeavor un der commission they would be subject automatically to the same Foster with right of appeal to the supreme The handed down Tues day by a majority of G to still was subject to possible It overturned a previous adverse The farreaching opinion result ed from an attempt to block a con tempt the defendant con tending a jury trial was guaran teed in every criminal The court held that theproceed ings were of a nature and not a criminal prosecution and re fused to Decision Analyzed In an analysis of the SUBMARINE SINKS THREE JAP MERCHANT SHIPS OFF TOKYO BAY REIGHNEAU DEATH IS BLOW TO NAZIS ARMY Passing1 of Field Ascribed to Will Involve Further Reorgan ization of the High German Lewis Calls for Joining Of and of L Green Welcomes Gesture By JAMES STKEUIG John Lewis called tonight for a joining of the and the of under unified and competent and met a ready response from President William Green of the of In an letter to Green and President Philip Murral of the Lewis Labor impera tively requires coherency in order to give maximum assistance to the nation in its war effort to defend American liberties and American He proposed a resumption of the negotiations between standing committees of the and of which he himself caused to be broken off Our peace committee stands ready to meet with a from the at any Green replied in a We regard Lewis letter as a partial at to the repeated appeals we have made since for resumption of con ferences to adjust differences be tween the and of screen star prepared for theAssociated and former husband of Carole Foster said the court held direct1 their Official Broadcast Recorded by Marshal Walter Von Reiehe who since June 22 had com manded a German army on the southern wing of the sweep into the has fallen to a fatal stroke of apoplexy while return ing from the Eastern said an announcement The death of Von Reiehenau will involve a further reorganiza tion of the German high which roundabout reports say has been under way since the removal on JO of tbe commanderin Field Marshal Walther Von Brauchitsch and the personal ascendancy of Adolf Hitler as su preme Practically every liinh German i general is involved in the shake according to the various ru some of which claim wellj ranks of Lewis said posted agents on the continent as j JH idle discuss responsibil WAR BULLETINS 17 The KuibJshcv radio broadcast an An kara report today that 200 male citizens of the conquered Greek is land of Crete had been executed for the slaying of an undisclosed number of German American guarding he vilal Burma wiped out a force of three Japanese warplanes today in a dogfight over in xouth cast Yuannan A special communique of the American volunteer group said that four fighters of the third pur suit led by Com mander returned to their 17 reinforcements are ar NAVY DISCLOSES ATTACKS CLOSE TO FOE CAPITAL Announcement Conies as Ad miral Hart Takes Com mand Nipponese Press Land Attacks in Philip pines and in By BILL BONI War Editor A United Slates subma rine lias carried tlie war to the stronghold of the enemy in the fleets most auda cious oprKilion of the war to has sunk three Jap merchant ships off To the Navy depart minoimcerl isaturduv Urging a resumption of the con M nn i common ground to Imng peace to aulhorhativcly disclosed o believed killed in an air plane was so unbelievably shocked that I dont know what to My wife and 1 have been up nil night waiting for Powell Our deepest sym pathy goes to Clark Gable and Caroles two Miss Lombard ami Powell were married in gether in after playing to Sho divorced him two years later in Mother Opposed Might WAIN ACCUSES FREE FRENCH OF HOSTILE ACTION semi Official Spanish report bitterly ac cused the Free French today of violating Spanish territory by seiz ing three Axis merchantment in a destroyers stealthy raid on the lc Spanish colonial island of ernando off the west coast of The accusation was made by Ar the newspaper mouthpiece of the Spains only political which acidly called the re ported raid the act of a free hinted that it already has provoked a diplomatic storm and declared that Spanish guns will re ply to any A A German broadcast recorded by by the Associated Press said the ships the Italian Fteurner Duchessa DAosta and two German freighters owned in Ham but not otherwise It said the attack occured at mid Continued On Page Two mantling tbe armys gunnery school look The search bad been under way since soon after 7 oclock last when miners in an iso1 jont takp that lated canyon reported hearing aiij Were the words and explosive crash pilot of c of Indianap olis heard Movie Star Carole j bards mother say to her at the Indianapolis municipal airport ear ly yesterday The blonde screen actress board ed and she and her Elizabeth presumably to their death in a crash in the Nevada ly that the commission had au thority to punish as for contempt a violation of its rules maclc under legislative authority in regard to specifications for gasoline and other petroleum and in such actions the commission could assess fines after notice and hear ing without the intervention of a Continued On Page Kleven Commerce Banker Suffers Burns in Gasoline Accident Specuil president of the First was burned about the face and hands early tonight when gasoline he was using to clean linoleum in tho bank ignited after a slight taken to Miami Hap list was not believed dan gerously Burns re worse to his hands than to the it was with him at time of the was not Police Chief Aubert Sidwoll said he didnt know definitely the cause of the He said flames wore extinguished quickly in the ocatod at the corner of Commerce and Vine through use of a tank provided by the fire Damage to the interior was con largely to a cage and to one adding All important pa pers and money had been placed in the CHURCHILL BACK HOME VIA PLANE Flying Boat Brings Prime Minister Safely Back to England From America ion Churchill came safely home by lying boat today from bis historic rip to tbe New and the mppy cries of j ity for the previous failures Von Reichenau was a protege such The sequence oti It was according to that tho Australian a strong OUR bad taken of Marshal Werner Von who was ousted as minister of war in ostensibly because of an injudicious but reported ly because of n split in tho high command over the advisability of invading Austria a coup Adolf Hitler carried through soon Adolf Hitler at once appointed events pince Ihe last some two and onehalf years have enfeebled certain obstacles and fac tors of control which then It is my opinion that under con stand in the matter of increasing kyo ment Coming on the heels of the re port on Thursday that an Ameri can undersea craft had torpedoed a enemy liner and yes terdays reported sinking of three transports and two cargo this raised to the total of Jap anese ships sunk by United States naval or marine action since the attack on Pearl Hart Takes Command The navys communique gave no aerial support of the Singapore j details of this latest blow at Jap deCense line on which Australians i ancse first to fce the now have gone into United States take the war into Ibe stand was reported taken i fine my coastal But it was ditions existing at there after Gordon j perhaps no coincidence that in the is justfication for the belief that commander of the Australian imI same communique Washington disj further effort could achieve suei peria force in reported closed officially that Admiral situation ias assumed com CPSSx all Allied naval The importance of this Hermann Goering I and the meetings herein Egg Prices Break as Subsidy Buying Ends drawal of government purchasing from the egg market today was followed by a sharp break in Jirices in the Chicago spot and fu tures Traders had no definite state ment from the Surplus Marketing arsociation as to why lendlease jiurchases of eggs were be SMA lias been buying eggs for some helping to support the market with its Spot eggs tumbled to 1 cent a THE WEATHER KANSAS AND cool and partly Temperatures in Miami from 4 yestorday until 2 to day 4 fl I i 44 I i 41 I 8 10 Midnight Servants Jriovp A sad faced Negro butler wandered around the Clark labels model ranch so overcome by that be was unable to perform his regular A Negro hoarse from cry was unable to answni the telephone it rang every few I cant believe they said over and over I cant be lieve Grable wont bo On former mornings the ranch has abounded with Carole and Clark usually hastened through breakfast to see whod the first outside to drive the Carole fed the chickens while Gable Pa or Pappy as she called him curried the horses and performed First aid was administered to j other Poteet by a Commerce physi cian and then was brought to Miami in a private He walked into the His face was but the burns were not to be of a critical 20 miles from Holly is small and Gable is no gentleman He has but he took an active part in the When she was Carole always Phillips Name Is Omitted From Resolutions of County Democrats as Harmonious Convention Is Held Here County Democrats left politics at home delivered ora tory that was solely along patri otic lines and reelected their cen tral committee Perry for another two They lauded the leadership of Clyde Ames of Fairlancl for Poarl Harbor Raid Depicted While patriotic speeches were decidedly one of the meetings features was u talk by Leroy Parkison of rc Roosevelt as a part iccntly returned from Pearl Harbor of a resolution commending many approved of officeholders from tho bottom to and Hickani where she was living last 7 at the hour the Japanese the the exception of who Leon His narrto was ommUled the resolution read to the large gathering in tbe district No the most harmonious session in tbe last decade for the none of the committee officers had an Porter was selected by as were Mitcbelson of 35 1 Noon Commerce for vicechairman and the United States little more 1han two weeks told a nearcapac ity courtroom audience that the treacherous attack wa carried on by Japanese fliers winging as low to 50 eet off tl ground The home in which she and hei husband resided was machine Chandeliers in their liv nig quarters crashed to the flooi Continued On Page Two vhich welcomed him for the moment at British re crimination over Singapores It was apparent that the prime minister would lose no time in noving to assuage the distress of oth nation and Parliament over he humiliating defeats in Most of the newspapers looked for some sort of a reconstruc but their speculation as to is nature was very Major government changes arc not now Joyous Scone Knaclod Certainly there was no sign of uneasiness in the joyous scene at Londons grimy old Paddinglon station when Churchill and his en tourage arrived by train from Ply the terminus of his in an Americanmade flying from Weekending travelers at once spotted Churchills familiar reefer jacket and nautical cap and de scended upon him with unBritisb The official welcoming party had to form a bodyguard to clear a path through the cheering and black bats went flying from ministerial beads in the cherry Churchill bad hurried in from the EnglandScotland foot ball match at AVembly to greet her The in the stadium roared a mighty cheer when she told over the loudspeaker system My husband arrived this to represent him as Fuehrer at a state funeral for 1he 57yearold Von it was One of Von Reichenaus fellow commanders on the Eastern Field Marshal Karl Von will represent the Fuehrer in his capacity ns supreme commander at the From an old family of German Von Reichenau was one of the most famous commanders in the present Appointed commandcrinchief of army group four in he led tho Germans into Czechoslovakia and occupied Prague in As commander of the Tenth army he marched into Poland from on the right wing of tlie German in September of that Showing great personal he swam the Vistula river at the head of his German war correspondents He was the commander of the Sixth army which advanced into Belgium and France in can scarcely be La bors task in thr effort to over come the enemies of our nation is greatrr than that which befalls any other segment of our popula If labor can compose its ma jor internal then the gov ernment will be aided in the op eration of its war economy and the membership of labor appreciably He said that Webster The act of coupling or state of being coupled union bad not previously been but that conditions now America needs unity in every of its national Some observers believed that the fact that the initiative bad come from Lewis might be an im portant factor in the success of any in the southwest Tho fact that tho navy said the submarines successful attacks took place off Tokyo Bay was taken as an indication the vessel had been operating within striking1 distance of the Japanese capital For Fliers in Relays Rake Niplit is navy custom to locate any such action by the nearest Land War Intensified Word of this smash the Japanese on the sea lanes came JAPS LASHED BY PLANES ponese Columns in Malaya Singapore Gets Strafing j at a moment in tbe land Continued On Page Eleven It winning his greatest fame that campaign with bis direction of op erations about encircled British and French at Country Club Will Elect Board Monday Miami Country club members will select their board of directors for 1942 at a stag dinner in the clubhouse Monday Dinner will be served at WO it was and a report made on business affairs for the last Tbe meeting will be completed i time for members to attend finals of the Gloves tourna ment at College was Lewis who asked indefinite postponement ol peace conferences beinp held in New York in because bn then was occupied with nego tiations over a new soft coal con His letter today was his first movn toward resuming the meet Lewis commented in bis letter that the two organizations were comparatively of equal indicating a membership claim of around for the which never has published any of ficial Tbe of mem bership is in the vicinity of By YATES McDANIEL lays of British fighters and bomb have been longing for j a chance to catch trie Japanese nt a have found opportunity and wrought havoc among freight cars and truck convoys alone the Gomun Tampin 110 to 120 miles north of Singapore an official statement said As this vigorous air attack was proceeding other airmen struck concentrations of barges and small ships along the west coast a picked Japanese i spearhead was attempting to enj wavs large foothold the as well as grove swamps of the Muar Uov gaid within miles wRh d onr bombers wore plasl ering the marshalling Will Go on Sale In Miami Monday Sale of auto use stamps will open Monday morning at a special window in the lobby of tbe Miami postofficc building and under fed eral law a fee of is payable not later than The tax is imposed on any mo vehicle used on the public high thus applying to trucks and morning in Plymouth I have not seen him and I know you will forgive me if I go to Beavcrbrook Too With Churchill on the transAt lantic trip were Lord his minister of supply Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal and Sir Charles the physi They flew from tbe western hemisphere in fourmotored flying boat skippered by Captain Kelly Rogers of Brit ish Tho flight was a wellkept se Axis broadcasts have had Churchill in a enruuto to Once he was in Eng the censorships nor Continued On Page Eleven Five 21 Hurt In Railroad Wreck LITTLE Twentyone persons remained in hospitals for treatment today as a result of a headon collision be tween a passenger train and a switch engine at that brought death to five men late Of those killed in the four were the other a Missouri Pacific divisional engine WATCHING1 THE MAILS Now Joseph Young is waiting for thepostal service to make Young to Kairview hos pital to visit his wife and new As ho left two robbers ac costed him and took his over coat and wrist When Young told the robbers be was a new fa one of them promised Well mail the watch back to Youll ARMY GETS PEACE NEW Peace born in at 191R thc first world 11 minutes after war armistice be came inducted into the army yards il machine gunning a long serpentine line of transport vehicles from t low alti fighters won1 which must fill out and send to the collector of internal revenue at Oklahoma I I ill i11 tv n i i tndc on the icmasTampin Al have been within miles of lL was whereby the The pilots said they raucrht the jstamlj f front motor transports stretched for two miles along the narrow road from windshield of thf automobile m tho lower riglit band This Tampin toward the and that bc acceptable to the they left many fires among 1 or more Bombers unloaded score thf j highway 1 Tbe new law governing tlin mo tor vehicle tax stamps provides for large caliber bombs on the railway collection of the tax on tbe basis yards and convoys at fiscal Continued On Pago Two Argentina Willing to Act Against Acting President Asserts as Beginning by next July a car driver may pay bis full use amounting to for the next fis cal ending June n PanAmerican Agreement Impends Army Bomber Crash BUENOS it would provide a compromise so T GEORGE President Ramon Casjlution to tbe proposal to sever re three of them second were killed today in he crush of strictions upon Axis nationals to j jn a earnest said was a army air force bombing plane their sabotaging the i optimistic that the American j two miles north of the 1illo said tonight that Argentina I lations with the was prepared to impose rigid Jhe acting speaking nerd it t prepare the babys bot American war in an exclusive inter view with tho Associated also disclosed that the general staff was studying the possibility of using Argentina naval forces in convoy He said that Axis nationals in Argentina could be strictly watch ed through financial transactions and communications in such a way as to prevent their dealing a dead ly thrust at American Some diplomatic sources have ex pressed tlin view that if Axis dip lomatic agents so foreign ministers conference in llio do Janeiro would be a success I and reaffirmed Argentinas deter munition to play its part in cunti nental He expressed con fidence that tho totalitarian threat to the Western Hemisphere would lie eliminated Caslillii vostfirdav air air force The dead Second Francisco pilot Second copilot Second Grin navigator Staff Spiers Clark complained Luarmsm V ruble that Argentinas position at Rio de Private Janeiro had been Home addresses of tbe men were not Accord Reported Near j Rescue crews from tin Pendle RIO DE i ton air were at tbe Brazilian Foreign Minister OHI The announcement gave timt Continued On Page Two iiii 11 ivs u i II tri i M11 E L lof the crash at   

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