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   Miami Daily News-Record (Newspaper) - October 17, 1943, Miami, Oklahoma                                Cf Enemy Forces Face Rout In Area North Volturno River By EDWARD KENNEDY ALLIED Allied troops smashing forward all across thc Italian front Jiavc wrested two vital rbacl junctions and 10 other towns thc who were reported officially today to be counterattacking savagely and renewing their aerial support in a desperate effort to break away from close iuarter battle north ofthe Volturno river reached a new point of fury as the Germans lashed out repeatedly with terrific counterassaults designed to disrupt the Allies long enough to permit a Nazi but the Amer Fifth army struck back with such speed and power i us to upset the enemys Kadio Franco at Algiers said Till O A LI A n 1 I I If il recorded in London TULSANS RALLY TO CRUSH Clyde LcForce Posses Hurri cone to 206 Victory In Stadium W Tulsas Hurricane a surprising firsthalf challenge by Oklahomas bardrun Soortors toivight and storme back with a rcadly lasthalf pass ing attack to score a decisive 20C Victory before a crowd of in Taft Clyde whose passes rc spectators of the bullet throws of last years Glenn tossed to Ed Shcd osky for two of Tulsas touch Jim recovering blocked galloped 20 yards Wor the the Germans north of the Volturno were in full Both thc Fifth army in lite west and the British Eighth army in the cast threatened to outflank the Germans Volturno river line after hurling the stubbornly resisting enemy forces back with lightning ad vances ranging up to acvcn In a northward thrust which carried them five miles beyond the Galore Fifth army forces captured nine miles north east of the point where the Ga lore meets the to inereasv jililand rail and highway 110 Crashing swiftly through stiff Eighth army troops some 25 miles to thc northeast pushed ahead six miles lo cap ture thc important road junc tions of virtually in thc of the Allied line across the and Vindii six The American Jeep Pops Up Afnidtt Anywhere The Americanjeep realty Heros one aboard an unhrintdu aircraft carrier pulling a torpedo bomber into position to take off on tho Oc tober 6 and g Navy attack on Japheld Wakti NBA Tclephoto 50 COUNTY MEN PLACEDJN 1A 27 Others Are Classified 2A By Board in Recent Meeting Here The localdraft board has classi fied 50 Ottawa countians in who are now available for inline Heavy Aerial Attacks On Germany Believed Prelude To Invasion of W Europe By JOHN HIGHTOWER aerialoffensive against Germany appears now to be entering the stageof preparation for an Allied invasion of western Attacks constantly increasing in force and frequency probably can be expected from now on against those iii diato induction into the armed dustries and arsenals essential to Germanys development airman ofof Reserves for the critical campaign will start when Anglo American armies thrust across the English clia the announced The board also classified 27 men hi 2A who havebeen deferred from military scrviee through their pres ent employiiicivt in war essential The status of 23 is undecided iThe Sooners lind scored first With the fallof these two points I pending physical examination five with a 50yard march along Allies gained control of vital ground in the second burly inand highwaycomnuini Derald Lcbpw through cations and were jn a position to Jibe Tulsa tackles for most of the last half was vJririST PERIOD V attempted quick kick by Lc position menace the Ger man dofeijders lijie that fighting of the enemys fiercest I counterattacks were launched in Force was partially blocked but the region of a mile north to the Oklahoma The jof the but the Fifth army Soonera couldnt gain and Bob finally routed the Germans in grim fighting there and now has the Brumley kicked poorly out of bounds on the Oklahoma On a fake Clyde LeForce five miles east of dashed through the middle to the Caiazzo on the east bank of the On the next play LeForce was also fell to the Fifth dumped for a 15yard loss by j which gained control of the listed in and one is classed in Those classified in 1A with pre Gjmo Rickthan Anios K Schicrimann Handersbn Harry Parry Billy Abram Johnnie Peterson Melvin Hawkins Richard Howe Billie Reynolds Steven Keck Lee Schra dr Wayne Feaster Merle Dinkins but he got back thc distance with a pass to John Herri man on the the Sooners held for Unable to move the Tulsa Hrumlcy booted to tho Tulsa Thc ball changed hands three times on a scries of fumbles and neither team threatened for the remainder of 9 SECOND PERIOD fAfter Bob Mayfield intercepted Continued on Two J Ui iUiiMlCT firmly in its Diek William Mitchell Jamos j ODell Guinn Ernest Cokey Mark Skaggs Fern Watkins P James Holmes Krceger Eugene White t i Earnie Shook Blainu Germans lunged out toward John 0 s river in attempts to reduce the j McFnll Oran bridgeheads through which the Fifth army is bringing more guns and tanks up to thc fighting This Sow Has Done It Well For Farmer the high ground in that im portant At several other points the Wilma has done all right by retired and the food for victory HMoore bought a purebred Chester White for liO and in 38 months she and her offspring have produced 187 He sold some of them for and still Jips Wilma and 45 of her decend Moore bought Wilma with tho intention of raising a few pigs as hobby on his eightacre Air Raid Alert Is Sounded in London had a brief air raid alert today but the all clear soundcd a short time later without any gunfire being A few hours earlier Centum planes had struck a town on tho southeast was the first in Lon don since night after 15 German pianos dropped 30 tons of bombs on tho Official reports from General Clarks frontline headquarters indicated the Germans were at tempting to disengage them selves from close quarter com particularly near the mouth of the where British troops are now strongly en trenched after their amphibious In spite of the sharp countcr Continued on Pago Two Christmas Mail Is Rolling Into Frisco SAN packages for service men in the Pacific area overwhelm ed postal employes totay in the greatest mail pile in San Fran CISCOH Postmaster William McCar thy said about paikages with address care San Francisco had boon received here up to the Friday midnight deadline for mailing gifts to Army men and that loads en route from other sections of the Pctitt Alfred Gibson Cunningham George Orlo Gay Renfro Shetsley Guy Smith Loon Phillips Willard Jennings Wal ter Tyreo David Bailey Thomas Kelly Leu Boyd Jack Nichols Albert Ganwr Fnrris Hutsell Lester Francis Malonoy Burdis Nodine John Steffens P and John Whip Classified 2A and deferred from military service with their previous classifications John Tidwell Clifford Foster Howard Goncc Jesse Cox Don Continued on Pago Two We Wont Policemen Promise 1CUP in a formal statement today said wo have no intention of striking or walking A representative committee on country would swell the pile to behulf of thc Patrolmen who had given the city commis GRA1NS KASK FAMINE fNEW first ship food grains from abroad ia already unloading at an Indian port and a second ship is expected to arrive soon to alleviate the famine ia The Weather warmer west and slightly cooler east half Sunday MISSOURI 7 Slightly cooler and little temperature change north and west Sunday west and central and little temperature extreme east Sunday forc or The deadline for mailing Christ mas packages to Ma rino and Coast Guard personnel overseas is Two Auto But No One Hurt Two automobile collisions boost ed Miamis low street accident rec ord last Four drivers wore throe of whom were ored in by the police after inves tigatioiv of the No one was City Patrolman Arky Gailey sion an ultimatum of meeting de mands for salary increases and other conditions by tomor extended the time indefinite After declaring there was no in This is a conclusion drawn by some observers here the air force assault Thurs day on thc great ball bearing duction center at Ger Widespread concern overthe fact that the operation cost 60 Fly ing Fortress bombers evoked fronv official sources enough information to worth the Consequently the Schweinfurt raid is down in the books as the most important single accomplish ment to date of American bombing over Rankingalmost equally in 5m portance is thc raid made on thc oil refineries at which alwo proved yery expensive in heavy Rumanian fields to which the BLIMPS 8 MEN MISSING Two Navy Airships in Acci dent Off New Jersey 1 in Fog STRIKERS URGED BACK INTO GOAL PITS 8Y LEWIS UMW Chief Opines WLB Will Approve New Contract This Week John asking striking coal miners to go back to told thorn ho thought the War La bor board would approve next week an industrywide contract lengthen ing thc working day and boosting average earnings about a In telegrams sent to Joeal unions in Alabama and the United Mine Workers president declared that this was his con sidered personal judgment as to the boards probable He urged the miners idle in the two states to go back to work on Other principal labor develop ment President Roosevelt established a threeman emergency board to reconsider wage demands by railroad workers the maintenanceofway men and other socalled nonoperating A predecessor board scaled the employes demand for 20 cents increase down to 8 but stabilization director Fred Vinson set aside the de cision on tlie grounds that an 8 cent rise would violate thc govern ments wage stabilization Officials of Hie yard of the Federal and Drydock company said 85 steel handlers who have been out since Monday had been notified of heir Only six of 33 steel handlers due on today re ported but others of file day shift were on hand after scries of wildcat walkouts earlier in he Many workers still were idle at Soviet Forces Deal Stunning Blow to Foe At Melitopol Russians Gain Initiative in Fierce Fighting At Gateway to Crimea Several Towns Captured by Other Red Troops in Ad vance of Three to Six Miles Heavy Losses Suffered by By JUDSON OQUINN 1 4 Pedor Tolbuk nin s south Russian airny wrenched fiercelyresisting Ger mans from block after block of battleshattered gateway to the killing Nazis as one of the bitterest struggles of the war today entered its fifth fifty miles to the north a Soviet relief slugging n an its way toward captured several hamlets advance of three to Isix There was new fighting at the Soviet bridgehead south east of Kremenchug on the middle Dnieper where Soviet units were declared to have cracked the German lines and captured several settlements and over 250 North and south of Kiev Where the Russians were fightirigtoward the Ukranian over Germans were wiped said a Moscow communique recorded by the Soviet Jn one weeks fighting there the Russians said they beat back over 200 German wiped out over GERMAN PEOPLE FEAR WAR LOST Czech Who Escaped From Nazi Prison Tells About Now Enemy Weapon 16 Czech who recently escaped from 000 Germans in a stepbystep ad and destroyed 176 A 1187 field guns and over 400 ma Germany said today that fear of losing the war is predominant in Gomel Near Collapse Gomel was another objective of Ploesti refineries are the i into theocean and the produced 30 percent of Ger to Lakehurst with maiiys total oil crude and damage and no loss The long distance airjof llfc or to the Navy blimps collided in midairin fog off thereturn to and followed up New Jersey coast today and eight by orders to the t i j officors and men are the Naval air sta tion announced through tho fourth naval district public relations of fice One of the lightcrthanair ships wnerc V walkedbut Who Nazi YlTT 11 1 w ae H J 1 f called on Lewis last night to ask the striking coal miners to raid from North Africa crippled Ploostis Allied military authorities everywhere hailed it as a signal victory and one which after some months would vitally diminish Nazi oil espe cially aviation gasoline and high grade Henry chief of Army air said the Schwein furt bombing knocked out 50 per cent of German production of hall These are integral parts of industrial machines as well as on Page Two Moscow Is Having Brightest Season Since War Began 16 Mos as the setting for the forth coming threepower of British Russian for eign is having its brightest social and other since the start of the The plays and movies all arc Foreign diplomats are giving par lies in a way they have not done since the winter of the invasion by In except for the great number in homed aled uniforms during the day and announcement Only one member of thc crew of the second ship was Thc Navy identified him as Har ley Charles avia tion machinists mate second of Names of the missing were withheld pending notification of the next of Thc Navy said it was the second instance in naval lighterthanair in which airships have col other occurring Juno lld when two small training blimps were engaged in a secret experimental mission at sea at The collision occurred at 9 off Barncgat Both ships were of the patrol 250 feet The ship which crashed was on a military tho Navy while the other was on a training Search for the missing officers and man was instituted at the announcement A board has bewi appointed to investigate the The wrecked blimp lay on the beach this The Navy said the accident occurred during conditions of zero Persons at the scene reported fog rolling in from the ocean to such an extent that search for survivors would he Scene of the accident was in the miners to to work forth The union had not authorized the strikes which followed the govern ments return of the mines to tho were out in Ala resulting in the closing of seven blast and five open hearth and about in In his Lewis said he had definite assurance the board would rule on the pending con tract next This is a tenta tive agreement with the Illinois Coal Operators assdciation which calls for revision of the historical method of figuring the miners time on the basis Qf time actually spent at the coal It would make the work day for underground men hours including all lime required in traveling from the portal of the mine at the beginning of the shift until the miners emerge at the end of the The wage now for a 7hour would be straight time for the first 40 hours of the week and time and onehalf It would give an average of a day for a 5day New Demands For the minds of most while fighting as the Russians others believe some sort of 011 tho White Russian town iBl stroke is being prepared against from the north and Eight Great Britain in retaliation for hundml Germans fcll yestorday air the the bulletin and big guns This report duclled throughout the day Melitopol which rivaled Stalingrad for intensity and saw the Germans hurl ing waves of men and machines into the maestrom despite their Forty German tanks were destroyed in the southwestern part of the city The Germans were reported fighting under a standordie order from Adolf Hit The Germans rushed up divisions from reaching the battle front before Malinovskys forces reached the The Soviet ailforce was aiding the southward bombing German troop trains and army stores at 50 miles southwest of Four grains wore declared smashed by these At neither side claim ed advances as they fought hand tohand in thc wartorn Red Soviet army newspa describing Melitopol as the last German strong point before 90 miles of dismal mud flats that offered little chance of natural de said thc battle had as sumed a wide scale and has tre mendous A Russian victory there would open a path deep in to the southern cutting off the Crimea where six or seven Gorman divi sions arc dug Moscow said thc Germans had elected to make a supreme stand in thc vital southern and reported that reinforcements for prison where he1 had for than three His name was not He said that early in Septem while he was his way to he heard ru mors that the Nazis had devel oped a new multiple mortar or rocketthrower with a purport ed rungc of up to MOO The Nazis he that when these weapons are mounted on the French coast they will be able to spread disaster over south ern He reported that some Germans that something will happen in Germanys favor at the most critical moment of the Although the German people do not dare express their opin ions the Czech said the general mood of pessimism in the country la revealed hi such phrases as terrific sacrifices and gloomy He said that sharp criticism is heard even in lines of shoppers of the destruction inflicted on Ham burg by Allied bombers and the failure of the German ground de fense during the first air raid on Wiener Neustadt on IS by Af fricabased Liberator bombers of the Ninth The Czech reported that the chief director of the German pris on delighted in personally beating up university Some pris oners wore forced to work in a ammunition he 1 1 1 i Midi I tlltl I Food Czar in IT n tu urn i nn tho partml blackout a tins hflre is very much like tho H n tho giant Navy in in nvn 11 tr tcntion of the statement lights one street Sllld Wo Wll 1 cfiiitiiinn In i inKpp sail win continue io move js in and protect the 1ntn April nlft HUll protect mu i iheii the sevenman police comj millee conferred with the cily commission and agreed to grunt the commissioners additional time to study the No defin ite time was specified for the Trio Accepted For Military Service Out of the group of draftees that Mother inLaw Club Founder Dies at 79 Nellie thc inotlt i i i IMUIU UIU IIIUUL commission to but the acef lor the induction center at 1 A lion helped lo remove tomorrows nnd Horace made tho in 9 vestigulians und aurcsts in both UK IUHUSIIKK DIES Tuesday have been observailc accepted so far for the Army and aftep one for tho Marvin Bennls bo She inspired har icno SEAHAWKS JJKAT KANSAS Cr urn nn lAvPiimn i V n nspre ar cno 0 Dl 1UW jllawthorne and Bill Gcorgo Hadlcy j Howe to stage Udmumlo Bcttencour bo taken into the ranks of the a motherinlaw For inspired Missouri football team that tired in the final quar ter dropped a 21 lo i decision IP tho Iowa Nuvy proflight beforo funs and former publicherof the Correio de one of Brazils leading morning and father of Apulp de director and publisher of the died land forces and Frank Eugene j several governors of Texas Smith will be come proclaimed the A national The names of others leaving last Motherinlaw club was luesday will be released as soon as The celebration in 1038 was mark notice is received of their ucccpt or oil by the presence of Frank lin Roosevelt as honor A now demand for single supervi sion over from farm machinery to veloped in Congress today as an offshoot of the quarrel over use ol consumer subsidies lo roll Jmfins chair man of a Republican food study advancd the which the Roosevelt administration has and Monroiitty Ibo House hunkliiK com He added that slow or inaccurate work was punished by hunger on Sundays and that mortality was high duo to ing from the rushing in to attack over and over again despite heavy Twentysix violent German counlorallacks were launched in one day and German planes made sor ties over a 10mile Red Star FRISCO IS SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON T I The fighUng was with bayonet 16 nml Srcnule through thc skeletons a Robert of shellwrecked buildings in the Edward San Francistowa co youth who looks mam years i Despite Gorman tenacity Russian mittoe promptly dubbed il unwork Jenkins maintained the sub sidy program of Die ndnunistra lion stemmed from what he termed the moss mixup resulting from the ronflictiiiK jurisdictioiv of a hiilf doitcn nKenciuy over the na tions food older but is today heardhjmself convicted of murder and sentenced Moscow radio to life I want to learn a told deputies who returned him said Melitopol was isolat permitting Soviet forces to advance successfully toward tha JOURNALIST DIKS NEW Eugon Now Yoii Timcs correspondent in for il died here his coll to await transfer Monday j Crimea and also towards thc mouth t n i i of tlip to tho state penitentiary at Santa of the T Across the middle In that he ho would Ule Hussiaius surged out anew from their bridgehead today of a heart Ko prepared to return to a law abid ing life if he could obtain a pardon or Less than an hour after he was convicted of murder in the shoot ing of a 68yearold bar Sappington ate a normal midday meal and then slept most of the one ot the unst snown Ru maivian newspaper was 01 near Kremrnchug an area from which comparatively little ing had been reported in recent Berlin reports said the opened with fierce artillery aration followed by strong infan The state charged that the bar try and tank Al was shot by The Germans reported maivian newspaper was Al was shot by The Germans reported close dercd to leave Rumania in Sappington as Mathieu tried to range fighting southeast and of antiJewish Af capture tho youth who was north of Kiev where the Russians ter a brief period as the Times j ing a pistol battle with police on a j have additional holds across the Belgrade he camr j downtown He admitted to tlie United whore ho was staging three holdups and disarm tlie papers news I ing an Dnieper near the prize Ber lin said 59 Soviet were de stroyed in that   

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