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   Derrick (Newspaper) - October 19, 1943, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                For VicFory Buj UNITED STATES BONDS and STAMPS THE OIL CITY DERRICK. PRESS LEASED THE ORGAN OF OIL MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS The Weather Not quite so cold this afternoon. Sunrise, :34. Sunset, kstahlished in 1871. No. H PAGES "OIL. CITY. PA., TUESDAVlvlORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1943. M PAGES HULL EDEN IN IOOT FOR Parley'is Expected to r Deal Largely With Post-War Matters London, Oct. The Moscow radio announced --nigiSt that U. S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull and BtUish Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden had arrived in Moscow for the trl-powei conference, Moscow broadcast, ie- Mided here by the Soviet monitor, said that Hull and Eden wwc by W Averell Han-anau, newly appointed U S. ambassador to Soviet Russia. were greeted by Vyacftcslav SoiotoV, commissar for foreign af- Maxim UtviftoH. vice .com ;niss3r of foreign awaits and for- mer Russian ambassador to thet CTnited States, and V, (p. Dtfcanc- ,-nv. HKothEr vice coifiiiias foi V feign af fail's. Also in the HuU-Edtn paiiy Green Heyward, U. 5. state depart- j ment counsel: James Dwnn, litical adviser; and ilaj. Gen. John Dean of the' U. S- army, and Wil- f Strang, British assistant un- dersecretary for foreign affairs, End Lt. Gen. Sir Hastings Ismay, of staff to the Evitith isttr of defense. r By WIJLLIAM T. PEACOCK ivashiacton, -Oct. Tbi meeting of United States. British. and Russian (secretaries b expected here to deal -largely with post-war j political vhati sort of to he shaped onCfil 'liCtorv is Won, and what should be Fifth Army Continues to Drive Foe Back in Battles North of Volturno ARNOLD HAILS ACHIEV1ENTS Says Scliweinfurt Re- sults Worth Cost In Bombers By PAUL MILLER Washington, Oct. a, _ General- H. H. Arnold today hailed th American Too Italian buildi to realize the tragedy that has befallen he. irl cuddles her frightened brother as they sit beside Naples street. Their parents w. layed-actlon bomb demolished post off! Germaca evacuated Naples. Xow they are Cross. U'irephoto fro.ni Signal Corps killed when a Nazi de- -days after the the Allied Red JILL NOT IN LABOR CASE' OPPOSES PLAN TO HIKE TAXES done to jirrffcrve tbe peace. Th-a view prevails Reneraily jpiie the recent assertion by! pravdn. Communist orjan in) that the second front nnd! l-.e complete defeat of Hitler iaj tho main question for the meeting.; Edward B. Stetlinlus. nctlns scc-i nicntionfii both to-} dav in declaring that the confe j [Supreme Court Won't Association .chitvements of airmen as ovcr- 'heimingly justifying the cost in men and money. The cWf of the army air forces, commenting crisply discussion of the 60-bomber, 593-nia.n in tnc Oct- H raid over Schwcir.furt, War Prisoners Being Exchanged London, Oct. the first military prisoner ex- with Germany, more than disputed Allied service men who fell into Nazi hands and ft number ol wonnited Germans cap- tured by the Allies are" on their way home via Swedish and Spanish ports, the foreign office announced tonight. Seventeen the Allied casualties are Americans. The rest are prin- cipally British and Canadians. (A DNB dispatch broadcast from Berlin arid reported by the fed- eral eommuhteaUons catnmlaslon said IhRt seriously wounded German soldiers, medical corps nembcrs and sick merchant saHore ,vere SOVIETS PUSH AHEAD INSIDE DNIEPEHOOP ileds Increase Threat to Trap Thousands of Nazi Troops The terfere With Employer Giving His Views tty I-IIJH'AUU HlGtlS Warntngton. Oct. iE.--Wj-' couit refused today to with a decision holding lhatitur Wants Sales Levy if Increase Essential Hy t'KASCtS .M. J.K.M.n Washington, Oct. IS. yhou'.d rontribuie sreatly M'Mcv'ntent of the all an tuiploycr, Under the co f-Mev-ment of the "we are an rivtng for, the complete defeat of nl 'Association of Mamifac- a today ng-ainst reuse Ln, taxation, and tl" ruthless KazU and the estab- lishment of, A juat and peace." f Kxpocts Cnintrttctfve KMBll i Holding first presa confer state early this month. Stett couraged" Aboat the confer ann forward to very In a prepared statement lie Cl nounccd the arrival of his chief in tfce rapilaj far In with Britie-h Foreign An-1 was thor.y Eden and Russian Foreljjn jtiotu Comtniwar V. M. Mololov. and al tlgh: of free may legal- house n-ays and meana committee lv give hU employ CM his views on j shifted from eranhaais on whether they should to :e pi-Mentation. The employer in president ot the Bending Co.. Inc., Conn., had been Sabor prnc TCC Urt deC'Iji'0n tnionjenua to (ietnandg for curtailmtnt of thin case, thej tj. Cowdin of' Los An- Vmcrlcan Tubeigelcs, boord chairman j( New Ficturcj, BptaWng tor SAM, ccujed by ih-s the commlttM ihni prwent wwtoi ttoiie heard of state W-tM, which he Mtiniated ices. A circultjat Sns.OM.fK-O.OM tor 1944, are ihi.ua i larg'1 ts wise or sound, or stiff- art. In I't termed the loss IncideotaJ. can't run a war otl a dollar he aswrted. "but If you want to it On that basis con- sider the dollEtrs In what we have yews Men Cultod General Amold had.-rnvitcd to ii.- hcadquartcra in the Pen- aiton building over two-score re- news executives, radio com- mentators and1 columnists. In each JKencrai, finned hy with chnrts nnd pictures, sal near the head of a Jonp l.iblc, Aa nianj ild around ihe table. Others'occupied chnirs that lined Ihe. waUs. "I jurt Vfunl to tile gen- began with a smile. He did. almost an hour, declaring: I. The main objective of the Al- lied: air war over Hwropo b Jo Caster for ground to go In 'thV' sav" iuamln of lives. The loss of GO bombrnf Schwclnfurt U incidental to di-.R- tnictlon ol thr. (acto- rlen "Kesardlpss of owr iosHee, I'm ready to send over re- placement eif'wa tar every OIK losi at tho i-stne time keep build. changed with Italy before Italy'; capitulation to the Allies. There IRVC 'been no awaps of war prlson- rs w.lh Japan ihua far. The torelgn office announcement lid Ihe Americans Involved would e -Vont back to their homes ion fts after they h _ satihed this given facilities fo with-their lamfllcs. The announcement said that the Allied groups fiatl beer- .md to Barcclono. Spain, fron controlled porta in Fmncc. ind Srltain withi Military prisone returned from Africa had been nicate (MIIEAIR BUWBAT FOE FeinU Mude By Hit- F6rlre3i left the of lindinz by the JflVwr Ijo.itd lhat the (irm's p tn the eve of n cct.'On. wnt n lettc said, if cor.fjrrds dccl Jncrrnsed revfnue Is absolutely senliol, ihen it ennci a rflall 'at final point (pwmpt Aim to Ih-stroy 3. .Secoin] finly to the bombing o! specif in objectives Is aim to "to he levied drfltroy the German force. ,1 snle wilhOMt' 1- arc petting (he lip- Hy KOI1ERT STORDRVAAT London, Oct. bombers (hundred back and forth acros.i the English channel today 1 fresh chniicngwi to the enemy's defense after night attacks i Be' By Lond Oct. 18.- Icd army, increasing its threat to trap hundreds of thousands of Germans in ,ower Russia, smashed ahead 4.3 miles today and overran 23 more villages deep inside the Dnieper river loop, where Ber- lin broadcasts admitted Axis reverses under the Impact of 300.- 000 attacking Russians. The Soviet troops .now ar Ing (he Dnepropetrovsk-Kiev trunk railway, supplying the Gcitnans protecting the Dnieper, bend to the east and the Crimea In the south. A Moscow broadcast communique recorded by the Soviet monitor, nlso luinounced that Russian troops who had crossed the Dnieper in a now drive southwest of Gomel now had turned northward 84id Ing toward RecMUa. 27 nines west of Gomel, in an effort to snap the enemy's mil lifeline to Poland. Ten villages directly south of th, Whita Russian citadel of Gomel iptured by Russian units ot- on the west banlc ot the Sozh fiver, above where the new oE th; Dnieper was made, communique. o! Kiev the Rumens "con- ._____y Improved their positions bofond 'he Dnieper's wwt bank, H said, in the encircling drHe on the Ukraine capital. At Metitopoi. JrateuAV 'o th onp'ot Important New Allied Landings Made In Italy; Three Towns Are Taken; Montgomery's Men Make Gains By EDWARD KENNEDY Allied Algiers, Oct. I new Allied landings of men and material have been made on the Italian mainland in recent days, it was disclosed lonight as the force, of Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark and Gen. Sir Bernard L. Montgomery slowly pushed the Germans back in heavy lighting. Reconstruction of port and other facilities has reached a point to permit much bigger debarkations than previously. Upon arrival at various southern Italian ports, troops, tanks, guns, ammunition, food and other supplies are moving swiftly both the Mediterranean and Adriatic coasts to the fighting fronts over tortuous mountain roads to the central sector. Thanks partly to this improved supply, it was announced today that Clark's Fifth army veterans of Salerno had driven beyond the Volturno river and "firmly occupied the towns or Cancello. Ruviano and N'errone, while Montgomery stabbing westward through the Apennine mountains .toward. The enemy's next stand on the west coast is likely to be in- land from Gaeta and along the Garigli.no nver, some 20 miles north of the Vollumo and about 80 wrlme mile, from Gaela was Mussolini's "secret port" for sending Italian troop, to Spain in 1937 in Violation of the non-intervention of continued Allied air attacks on German air- fields he Inemy now is dispersing his feeble remaining strength on innumerable small airstrips. Nazi fighter squadrons based at Capua were found to be using several air fields m the vicinity of the town after Allied bombers bad destroyed tbe mam air field and wrecked or damaged 50 planes on it. Great has been made in getting the port of Naples into is by far the most important. .f a H point f the war fl iny Inalua the :ow said the ..Mos j JB.- iendly which place during cosfctenco will fr.flbie Iho thiee further to roorclin'itc their cfforU So attain are all etciving tor. the if the sh lompJetc defeat Naxis and the just nnd luting peace i alt nationw will from thn threat Sec union. ihe emi'ioycrs r- would be Ijfttcr off by !g with the tr instead of through ued. in aak- j- British For Moscow, Stct'Jniufl could not confirm rnpo Kdm and Huil met en route and proceeded logpthcr. ruthleas The labor hoard i ..Tg for a review o[ tlie dcciaic ___ privilcgf of free spce- in a world I js not available where, bFcaiws of aggres- the economic deptndcncc of t Jiatcnerji upon the spwiUcr and t An- upon the arrived injfiJVc heed, )hp of t id, but hcisfitfther fron that While taxation, 11. proposing in> T income and excise taxes, jrul and !o the -dfrJr.K on the fantftstic-" tiir XAil Opposed further Frank D. Graham, Prince- profescor, picacnied per hand In the nlr ir, all theatres, "I'm not enylnc the r II that free competition of ny attempt -cion of thjj employ for the company- contended that! 1 the and the letters "set forth the rfphf cf the employees to 1 [for the company- contended that j Rrtfifl rav uhc atid lhc "scilOUIIU 1 U.J jforth the rfphf of the employees to> 7T (do as they please without tent NflO; Hike Unanimously j I 1 Passed By House constttutiopr-l tret of !hc w cnllctl fvt-r liio rt -T i sentence" clnuse of the The in hau-f -'nt. tod-n ru hoIdinK act rinal lhC I" __.... ______ _, i Attirnmii'it Conitiiltiv at AtiHTicft.rl 50 Senators Back Connally Foreign Policy Resolution By ilACK BEU. members thai Ocl. ifficully would ho moie major- raising even half Him tn... Connally resolution :1 llii! irnnury. Hep. Corl- pogl vvar sulv Sales Total i by Aconomlsts, urging a multi- jhltllon Increase In etJcct ,'Euppariing the admlnfsirotion's new j revenue progivun. i McanivhUf, (he Itjnprr ol mrnrLS tremhcro indicBted that vote, an Apsf. today. a Inrj! It on n :intcd Pro. "Itowdown Oct. 13- W> Tiic JJ5.KO.WXJ.OOD IlitnJ war itwn went .-ntit to write into tho pn pit thrt only fi i ihe RAY on objcctli li'n, western Gpi-nmny and ot territory. There was some indirallo today's r.xcursloM "'era Iflrgi feints rather than a full dress ncwal of the. nerial bombardment which has been rfacltcncd 5ince lAmcrlcnn FlylnR Forlrewps ehfit- !ter.-d Ocrman bnll bearing and roller bearing production uVj U. S. Pliutes In AUnrUft j 'The U. S. Eighth Air force Rn-j naunccd tonlpht thai American Thunderbolts hnd mndc n series of offensive sweeps over enemy ter- ritory, and bla-tted down one Nari Hghtcr ptano which had attempted to mafee ft getaway. Three Thunder- bolls were reported missing, hut force said It was not believed that nny were lost through npmy ncllon. (U. S. nionllor.1" reported that the Deutschlnndaentlcr. niain Wazl radio in tho Berlin area, and the Berlin DXB wireless tratumlttcre ceased operations Uons that Iwmbcra out ivcr nrt-Bfl ngaln.) tcriala." Tl .__ through it city Red armjr assauV with bn.vonet nnt IB in a blinding sandstorir guns, hod "cap larjje quantities of war fits- PLANE CAUSES mnnuii Craft Launched Off Enemy Sub, U Belief Voiced At Pearl Harbor Pearl Hiirbcr, T. H., Oct. fhc migtlts (ortrcA of Oallll island death Erapplc southeast of i ing thrown Into an alert before the Dnieper bend may be nullified daivn S.indny by tho approach of M unldcntinoil aircraft which turned en It was L powerful apIJnjnched by an expanding ucd tm Page Fo jet break- Japs Repulsed At FinscHiafen Allied TlcsUqimrteia In the South- rest Pacific, Tuesday, Oct. attempt by the Japanese to land nt Pinsshhafen, recently cap- tured enemy base on- the coast of Now Guinea, hns been repulsed, Generat MacArthttr announced to- day. Finschhdfcn was captured by the Australian Ninth division October 2. The defending Australian troop.1? destroyed ccost of the Japanese at- tackeiH In n uliarp right. The Australians repulsed two rountcraltacks north of Finffch- The imporiancc of FJnachbafen bpri.n by General MacAr- 9 declaration "that Its caytii nd sped out caught In the b uarchlight. The unidentified plane 0-t, hnus. holh v' c  fier.deiu child nnd 120 extra for p.Tch additional child. Present law piovldea WO for f-vifc. S12 for the first -hlM and I101iCEal Hiioruin to five 'Vor adiiliioTifll children, willi i2J of the fnmi.- RX rciulrpd by the new from (he fieri-Jcc man's ntcnlhly pay. Senate action on house Btnnnd- rncfiU-is nil that now stsr.da be- tbr hill nnd [t.i lo the White. House for sigring. 0, the house rejected, Ho to IS on n standing vole, CIO ccale of rK5 for the flrfil child nnd J30 for Rcprnsrntntlvc Clnscn Mid .Ihr pioporful wnji In Unr, with living costfl and would nf- ford deppiident.i of norvice men only thn nccejssary to mnin- f.iflirt them, In cffirlnp It, lie oppod- n military committee rccom- for the 120 for n second child and for additional clill- r Uio top ljy_ _ ntfo'n tonfflht of fast wns stihscribed 'Of tfinf amount iZATJ.QQOflOd rrp- of the popular form. )Sfl i Lcord for re thn mil 11 r purchases Mtft April, olution lull lorelp morrow In "Resol United the w City, Ogl. cat In beef is st 9 nn unununlly (isug'Jtffir'fifr cattle everywhere but mighty little (or the stcflk pan. So It wn.  systems Foe KtJslstiUMX! TncrcascB On the Eighth army trout fight- ing was reported through the streets of MonteclUone, 10 miles southwest of Termoll on tha Adriatic, Field reports said enemy resistQnce was Increasing, all along that front. Gen. Clark's American troops re- polled three strong Nazi. counter- attaclio before they captured iNer- ronc, a strategic mountain stvong- hald 22 miles from the mouth of tho Vollurno. Verj' heavy fighting appeared to face the British veter- ans driving fiurthivard from tSs VolUivnO's mouth. The Narla were, on the ZjM-ioat Mae- sico ridge above the river and already had made several strong counterattacks from their Solly position. from the sca to Nation at Barb--------- umounccd. It appeared lo small float-type monoplane. "It immediately dived tempt to elude the the navy said, "reversed itg course sped ut to sea at low altitude." The navy announcement said n was surmised the plane was launch. ;d from a submarine that its uiasion wRs unsucccaafu'- Tho said its approach appear to indicate 1L craft on a reconnaissance mission." Apparently after the recent con fercnce hero of ad- mirals and the raids on Wake _ and Rabaul, New Guinea, the Jap- are anxious to know what' Akron. O, Oct. may ho brewing at Pearl Harbor, ubbcr compani The mission may have been linked with the raid over Mtu. tn tho Aleutians, last week, in which British Timunlmi from New Dollii rtpericd succcssfw! Innd nltacli Saturday on the Jnpnneeo- rtclii town of Mnunpdaw on the Burmese const about 100 miles noHhwcnt of tho tniporlnnt port of Akynb. The comniunlquo nlao rcpaiicd n number of dlveralonnry rnidft. (J3ofh Ami1 on Amcr- munlriHc told of the uetml up, pre-offen.iivo acrlfll Rurmft.) Tho Chinese estimated tho _ Jftpane-in forces In tho Yi tt npprojtimaUly eliminated nil doTensivn valuea of enemy-held centers to the north >iml west as far lip the New Guinea cwflt an Matin ng. The enemy struck ngnln at Oro bay, 30 miles south of New Guinea. Twenty-four of the 35 ilancs they sent ngninst Allied Dipping there wore shot down. South Pacific forces sfluk a troop-'nrfcn barpc and a coastal vessel anil attacked Solomon Island airdromes in n conlinimtion of the ncrial blilx. Todoy'.i conimimlqufi reported an additional 33 Jnpflne.se planes shot dow.n In the fighting over Wcwak, New Guinea last enemy aoiiRht (o deicrminc the disposition of American forces. Honolulu was disturbed in March. 1915, by enemy nlrcrall which dropped three or four 500-pound homUg In tho wooded TnnlaJus drive VCR ion. No damage was caused. TF.ACHKH Erie, Oct. After a weeh'0 (Uness, Dr. C.' J. CHrlstenscn, 43, social science Instructor at Edln-boro State Teachers' college, died1 yesterday in a hospital here. He1 had been a mCmhor of the Corry draft bonrd and pastor of the Christian church at Drakctown, Bojc county. Says Oakes Was Killed For Revenge and Hy ll V. W. JONliS Bfihamns Oct. W- A wliite-wlERcd negro prolocutor nek-ed British justice today for Alfred De Marlfiny, charging (he dnppcr yachtsmnn with bcntlnp to death his ngcil ffithcr-in-law. Harry OalEM, bcnauan he feared he would lose his chnncc for a share In the liaronei'fl tremendous fortune. The tfcltltiR was the Hnhnmns RW preme court chamber, where the. cnlm defendant In a prisoner's dock and peered through (lie bars al the robed ?.nd be-ivlgjred court otficlnla and lawyers did the 12 all-white jurors who wttl decide whether he must die for murder. Selection and swearing of took lens than ap. hour, then A, F, Addorley, special prosecutor, nrofic to loll the Crown's rensonfi for accueiiiE DC Mnrlgny cntcp-ne; Oaltw' catnle, West-bourne, last July and savagely bludgeoning tho 63-yenr-old millionaire before leaving him to die in a blnzlng bed. The 105 persons who could ficutfl In aninll room leaned Tor-ward to htnr every word, while Do Mnrlgny sal unamlling en a wooden bench, folded Ills arms acrooA his chest and iiltirei! at. the ceiling, Illn 19-yoRP-old wltc, Nancy, Sir eldest dnuphlor, waa not on Fourteen 1 Rubber Firms Get Ready for Output Of Civilian Goods re beginning lo econvcrl war production facilitiM o the otitpnt of civilian items, with at least two concerns shifting cci- sin war work to other A eurvcy conducted hy the Beacon foiirnnl showed todny that hun- tlrcda o{ workers arc being trans- erred from the manufacture of war goods to production for civilians as he industry prepares to work to- ward the government's goal of 30.- OW.OQO synthetic 'passenger automo- bile lives in 194J. Ahout 1.000 employes arc being pleased for work on civilian goods with the Firestone Tire Rubber Co.'s decision to move Us scU-scai- ng gasoline tanU division to x cased plant st 0. Goodyear Tire A Rubber Co. ha-i moved some of lie war operations to Xcw Bedford, Mass., ana. Lincoln. "Seb., freeing other hur.drcils ol vorkera for tire production here. The B. F, Goodrich Co, IB expect- ed lo resume soon the jmrltjil pro- duction of such Items as rubber heck and raincoats. Gen- eral Tire Rubber Co. never cur- tailed its tiro production, hut il.i as well as thftt of other com- panies, has been mainly foi war ve- hicles since Pearl Harb.ir. The 19-Ii "program cnlla for tires, InciudinR the for pR5sengcr cars. Sinn Francisco, Oct. WV- The entire complement of a medium- sized merchant vessel, torpedoed by an enemy submarine in the South Pacific in has arrived here suft'Iy, the 12th nnval dlelrlcl rc- portod today. The crew Included 42 merchnnj mcd sCflmcn rdsmen.   

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