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   Derrick (Newspaper) - October 12, 1943, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                For Victory r-! Buy UNITED STATES BONDS and STAMPS Established in 1871. No. THE OIL DERRICK. :_ OR nil. MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION TheWenthW Warmer today Sunrise, Sunset, ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED THE ORGAN OF OIL 12 PACES PROPOSED TAX ON SALES MAY sIARTJATTLE Levy Shapes Up as Big Issue in Writing of New Measure By FRANCIS M. 'LEMAY Washington. Oct. I '_ Neither Republicans not Democrats, as a party, appear likely at this stage to support a 10'per cent, fcdepl f ut the idea shapes up as the VK issue in writing legislation to funnel new billions into the wartime treasury. Some legislators from but: 19 Are Graduated By School of Nursing Here d by for r levies snl battered program Ic through hljrh dividual and corporate i en eocallccl luxuries. f 1'ronu per. Lynch (D-XV) issued lenient ovposlns ar "thc TCa> to thc required for war ncei is through Increased corporate ar rates.' Nazi Defense on Volturno River is Jeopardized As Allies Gain in East Flank RUSSIAN ARMY WINS GOME'S Clark's Forces Astride Main E Betty Mae Shoop, Marlon liuui ond of the vear, Hospital School of inual held before a large audience of reia- and friends in the Belles Lct- cltlh auditorium lost night. U Tile graduates, ta ahead; committee, now framing; lie leilalatlon. in support o! f per cent- sales levy. The negro educator declared 'all I of us mil sacrifice and sacrifk. until it hurts if we are to win this war." and he gave these arguments the surplus buying tower which i. Heine piled UP and i, being tut loose. In ot In- stances causins inflalion; It will make everybody consdoua the Met tha! thej pas-Ins of thc sovernment ond .some cost that are being -cndered to them, where oUi.rwUe If the tax __ ,vcre placed on be back to them in; Koo.cvclt r rSS vayin; to ..t Chine, at the cost ot Itry bers of il'e _Stu before the end of the y itcd their diplomas by Frank R. Hays, chairman ol the hospital board of direct climax of a eiidid commencement j Knos Glass Associates, Incl, give Uie coaMncncement address, and in impressive and inspiring manner he spoke of the service of mercy to which the young women ha "dedicated their lives.' the serious l. and the rewards A i CH1SE ASKED! Jailed in Clarion Is Accused of Burning House, Firing at Woman F0R Approves Measure to Repeal Exclusion Act, Grant Citizenship Incident opcntd abc, of ncnr Slilp-l-Monday .vhen. lo noon Mra Reds Also Widen Grip On Dnieper's West Bank in Ukraine By JUDSON O'QUINN London, Tuesday. Oct. 12 Red army captured Gomel's eastern suburbs yes- terday, tilling 3.000 Germans and clearing .the left bank o the Sozh river opposite tha vital railhub in lower whit  Only one other lime bus o police officer been so honored by the local courts. Attaches said. Tn 1WS, John Vinslert, tben county detecllvn. arid KUeil i criminal, anil puhilcally praised U. court As MonaKhon before her. Juilsc Solfel aaid: "While the court rezretj that it! was necessiry to take the life of! f U'.thew Kozera. there l.i no doubt.! he been apprehended, be ivoul.i, have been brought here and tried; for first-degree murder find no, doubt found ami Mntenced.j By your action you eraied the case., ..The court commends you for your i i altbful performance of duty It was a picture of h'or.err. pub- lished in a PllUbursh rejwpiper' that led Lucy Trollo. pro- of a roomlnK house, to identify Kozera. MM. Troilo notl- Detective Vincent lioaacci, nn nmnalntiince. and Bonacci and '.ven- !o the rooming house and cornered Kozera. A atruzsle ensued, and Ivozem ,vas Bounded fatally as tie tempted to shoot (he detectives i.vith the same mm "hlch De- tective Lorch had been a M'CCk 3CO. of the repealer would historic mistake" and of the privileges of "would operate as an- iningfu) display of fricnd- Bhip" for a gallant oily. Mr. ROOJt- ;lt arfrueil. AVould Admit tlW j The 1910 census showed foreign bom Chinese in this try, and If congress should put] immigration' on a par with other i countries. Ito more could be nil-5 milled annually i "There can-be no _____ STRUCK WHEEL DEATH TAKES S.RCJ1CH _ AUmirei of Mon- Pittsburgh Educator Who _--..-it roe, Dies After Stepping Behind Machine Offered Million For Hitler Dies al 85 Continued on Pcffe 7'ir 6 Pounds of Paper Per Person Sought In State Campaign Theodore Alimlre, Ciarion ffiunly. wa-s i' bout p. m. Monday r.Ask Early Trial For Adm. Kimmel Washington. Oct. 11.- An iriimtiilfatc CoilJl martini lo bnnp T-iul "all (ncU. clrcumaUnces" of Ihfl Japanese attack on Hftrhor DPI- 7 1M1. was today l.y Rep, Cole tna'if his Jeliiaiiu  .uli! n nuotn nt o( pa-. IMT ha.s iH-en si-l -italn for tlir rcmalndor of October nnd county coals iippnul- tnnltt (hmi Ions (or cnch llioil- nt pouulntlon or si> jioutiiU for each InillrldlUll. Proiluctlnn wll! and U may nweiiwirj' for som'r Prnnsylvanlii In rlosn iinlrm papt-r .-irn In- Kobcrlfl iwlclrd. The rlwlrman cxplnlnnl crtinmlticrs liavn done 1ml HIP Mtrnoriilnar.v mimdH Itir mllN for Inrrcus- Inj: have foreni in upon pnWIn for an nil- out nmwrvaHon projfrnm." -tanlb- hen a truck 0 t al pittubuiRh. Oct. 3i Church, pr adio broadcast re et I Leading to Rear of Foe Lines; Flooded River Stalls Army By NOLAND NORGAARD Allied Headquarters, Oct. hei, way northwestward from Benevento through st cky Italian mud Lt. Gen Mark Clark's American and British forces ,avJ captured Pontelandolfo and ihrowA mlo the eillire Nazi defense position along the flood-swcp, Volturnc 12 miles beyond Benevcnto Allies astride a main highly which winds jveshvard to L Mediterranean coast above the VoW.no. The Naz.s dthlr must meet this new threat successfully or soon [heir fuli-scale withdrawal toward Rom- resum (nll-sca e w thdrawal toward ixonic. Pon.elandolfo, on the eastern flank of the Volturno where bend of the Galore river. f ted over him when he stepped liuJ lhe according to H. M. of St. Peicr-- Clarion r.amty he jrud; operator, malting his i trip for 'hf company, was to doMvcr groceries at the Knight store which i-s located next Alt mire's harher shop at Monroe. The drhrr Altmlre where thn .store was located and after giving Altmirc behind Not knowing the man there. Hie driver put thc, ma- chine In reverse and Altmtrc was inockfd down ;nftcr which rear r.nsrpd over lead. Dr. Wcllman Uanr-d a if accldrntal death following hh ln- i-e all Ration. Tho victim of thr wae born in YmmRatown. 0. had T nprratirif; n shop at Monroe fdr the sis or years, Surviving nrc wife nnd evcral children. The body wn3 tahfn the Mlmm Jiicral hvmr at i't. Pciflraburp and till he taken to lhe family home In Fin Claire. Butkr county, thli Kuncni! niTangcmcnts will Institute, niiUonal offering o reward Hturr of Adolf HUlci already had "penetrflted thc outer Erfcnsc of UUratnc capital it the The capture of Behtza B all junction suburb of Cornel ami: other localities aci-ow the bozh river trom the main threatened the enllfB 200- mllo Oerrnhn line in Ruesift and the severance of Ibc cncm> s Urcady feeble connections with Gel Gomel, whose railways nidlale to Warsaw, Minsk and MoRlIev, la the southern anchor of Uio German While Russian linp. and the center if an Industrinl area jwt above Uie edge of'the Pripct marahcs. Two hundred miles tn thc north jthcr Soviet units converging on Vitebsk upper anchor of the en- emy's defense line In While Russia, raced through 40 more villages, killed more enemy troops, cap- tured huge quantities of equipment, and freed 40.KQ civiliMW "whcni Hio Germans were forcibly 'Samue driving1 to slave labor in German; bulletin said. snlncd inter-! fii-rmnn ShljiS Sunk w tho toullicn end of the front April. 1910. by M1 hcct .truck i -blow on an enemy port." sunwibk- In the Crimea, which is now threatened from two sides by the RiusUiw. and iwnk (i entmv transport and 11 and CUUTS. the communique sold. other ehtps standing in the port were damaged it of more than AT MACASSAR Huge Fires Started at Japanese Base in Dutch Celebes By C. YATES McDANlEL Allied Headquarters in the Southwest Pacific. Tuesday, }ct their ourth round trip ight from an Australian base, American manned Liberator ambers unloaded 25 .tons of xplosivcs and started We 'res among, docks, Juel and I depots at Makaaa; Dutch Ccl- Tho raid, Saturday night id from which all the We bombera eneral MacArtlmr. First Hold Since August 18 It nas the first on the Japs e.e ba-c at Mairaesar since August ,boHt live mile. of omb the sam. and shot up dozens of nemy positions "lons a 40 "oVthe Adriatic end of theltalian Bhtine Hie 'sir U MoilBomtry'" British and Canadl- ina of the Sjlitli army were re- ported slusu'nc their way dowry asrfnst- IntMW opposition, thc Blferno river. "Eighth army patrols nc westward innounccment said. tdvance has been .tow Nads rushed the IGth armored di- )n to oppose him five YOUTH MAKES GUILTYJLEA Morell Shows No Remorse As He is Arraigned For Triple Killing Yugoslavs Claim IsIandvCapture Hy J.VJffiS II. JOBBAX Mercer, Oct. X berl Morell. handcufted and h Mad bowed, today ptorled guilty 1 the tiny office of Justice of In peace Thomas McClain to o. ctarg o! first degree murder in the sla Inc' ol three persons on ft dni! near here last Thursday. mber j nminlalned pressure In th 'om rleriHions fliticlt-j j unhurt" for trinl by the Lcajiuc of. Nations, dkd .suddenly iqnlphl. He 85 last Januaii' 21. Dr. Church was slrlcltcn nt while illrtating a letter to Dr. Cnrltw Mailing Binzlllnn nmhna- radoi. who Li fichrdiilcd to sprak hero Thnrndny nlplil nt tho nn- lual observance 'cf Pflimdcra' Any it thn institute. He died nftrr nn pr, Fiu ihls tho Imniu fcli on nt! fronts dnrlng the day, thc bulletin said, 58 planes were shot down, nnd if en- emy tanks nnd guns were captured Cantittntit on !'OQC Tiro Truckers' Strike Spreads in South Atlanta Oct. line operators appealed to confrere lo- nlffht to aid In seWIng an unau- :thori7ictl drivers' strike that was eprpndlnf; west ol Trio MUstsr' river after lying up thousand of tons of war frclfiht In the floutlimfit. More than drivers nnd hdp- wcri> idle In six major cities. In BlrmlnRhnni district alone 000 pounds of freight was jammed on flocks. Other Irins'nR sliiko zone reported their terminal o Yugo- o iinporUint London, Oct. liberation "SVoT wmmMj LhR entrance to the Gulf of Hume, nmi it controlled thc whole Stt of northern Dnlanmtia except for thc German-occupied fort 
                            

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