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Albert Lea Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Albert Lea, Minnesota I coops of Tho 14th infantry division disclosed to by operating in hours March into rated in the War today. Big political upheavals to follow War by Dewitt Mackenzie a War analyst if there s anyone so cynical As to Lark Faith that in happier Days to coms we shall have a shining new world based on the brotherhood of wan then i think he should be marooned on a desert Isle for his pessimism. And of there s anyone so naive As to believe that this millennium is going to arrive with the end of the present War or that it will be reached except through trials and tears he should be forced to join the cynic. The ways things look now when we be smashed Germany and dismembered the japanese Empire we shall just have started to climb the Heights. We shall have knocked out military aggression at least temporarily but we shall have released violent political passions both in Europe and the Orient. That in t a Happy forecast but we should t refuse to examine possibilities. Civil wars Likely it will be More than passing strange of Europe and Asia Don t Puffer an epidemic of civil wars. Indeed these bitterest of All human conflict already Are under Way. Take the Case of Yugoslavia the most fiery of the Balkan. There the forces of general in Rug Tito a yugoslav communist Leader and the army under general let Raja i Raf bombers i turn blows on Leipzig trick germans by sending Mosquito planes against German capital London pee 4. A Loffi a the Rak bomber command tricking Tho germans with a Well timed shift of targets sent Mosquito roaring Over scorched Berlin and heavy bombers fainting at the nazi capital last night then struck with devastating effect at the great German trading and railway Center of Leipzig w Here 1,500 Long tons of explosives were unloaded. The deception Drew off the great majority of German night fighters which Rose once More to give Battle when a part of blockbusting squadrons headed for the expiring capital. Then just As the main attack seemed about to break Over Berlin the major armadas streaked southward 90 Miles and hit Leipzig from where the nazis have been trying to Succour the capital with food und supplies. 23 bombers missing the air ministry which first announced that 24 bombers War miss lug from the night attack later corrected the figure to 23. Us compared with the previous night s losses of 41 in the 1.500 ton attack on Berlin., battered Berlin however did not j escape new destruction. As the heavy bombers made their abrupt turn toward the South Swift hit by shrapnel Jallovl Tab War minister in Young j two engined Mosquito darted in to King Peter s Cabinet have been at per Jgr selected targets and keep bloody loggerheads. Without much weary capital under siege for the second successive night following five heavy blows. Dump bombs on Leipzig this Marine will have to eat standing up judging from the wound received when he a struck by shrapnel during fighting on Tarawa Island. He is receiving first Aid treatment from another Marine. A wire photo reds closing on Shlobin advancing on key communications Hub from two Points doubt this argument will be carried to a Al nah As soon As the germans have been thrown out of Yugoslavia. Greece faces turmoil in neighbouring Greece there s a similar situation. There a strife Between the Politico military organization known As Klas which London. Dec. 4 a of a lied army troops slashing Forward through i knee deep Snow and mud were d. A a closing in from two directions to Stu fwd Midnight in. A a a a a a How Quick change of procdur., the heavy bombers dumped High expo a a ,. Of St the juncture of the Gomel Minsk "�?~tv"11 i. Cd i tin. Industry and on her freight Yard Whaul in already strained to the limit to is said to oppose the return of King accommodate russian bound wars to Outh other soviet George to the throne and the Edes i traffic currently forced this Way by 1 or deeper into German a military outfit supporting the King. The neighbouring states of Bulgaria. Rumania Aud Hungary All Are Seething politically. In each Case the status of Tihe throne is one of the issues German repression is the Only tiling keeping the lid on. Down in Syria Little Lebanon has de dared its Independence from Frame and unless the French recognize this fully there will be More trouble Italy is a political Volcano with j the throne rocking dangerously. French outbreak certain almost anything can happen in France As soon As the germans Are knocked out. There Many of the. Underground army which is Walt-1 lug its Opportunity to strike at the j invading Nail Arlt communists. Whatever leadership they May Fob Low they men airily a opposed to any and All frenchmen who have supported the Vichy regime. The great Adit Leal Enigma of eur j rope is Germany. There is a coma unlit pasty of unknown strength at work in the Reich and one would i expect the German communists to make an Effort to establish a soviet the moment the Hitler ites surrender maybe before that. Berlin # mangled communications. First reports from Crews return ing at breakfast time from the round trip told of a concentrated and effective bombing of the City of More than too too popu lation. Leipzig is one of the world s Lorg est railway terminals. Main rail lines from Regensburg Berlin Aud continued on Page 2 so. St. Paul hog embargo effective at Midnight tonight until dec. 8 stockyards swamped South by. Paul dec. 4 South St. Tau i Aion stockyards announced a new embargo on hogs today effective at Midnight Aud continuing until Midnight of next wednesday Dee. I this is the second embargo imposed at the Market in the past few weeks. The first of f urged in november when hog shipments Many problems will arise in the swamped families Orient when j Span has been Dis by re officials said that hos Mem ered and there is a Complete lines West of their Dnieper River Bridgehead below i erne in Bug ant hurled Back fierce counterattacks aimed at the upriver soviet positions in the Uher Kasy area a Kus. Sian communique said. There was no mention in the soviet bulletin regarding develop ments in the Kiev bulge where the germans sit Amide neatly resp lured Zhitomi Aud Korotu non the let Nin Giad Odessa line but Berlin broadcasts said there bal1 been no clash of major important #1 in that rain soaked arca for the Pant so hours. Fifth army drives wedge in nazi line heaviest artillery and Aerial bombardment of Campaign smashes Points Allied Headquarters Algiers dec. 4 re a. Gen. Math w. Clark s fifth army has smashed a wedge into German defences after the heaviest artillery Ami Aerial bombardment of the italian Campaign had pulverized Many Strong Points and has driven ahead two Miles along the via Wasilina toward borne Headquarters announced today. The Algiers radio reported the fifth army had taken the important Lown of a a tritto. About seven Miles Southwest of m guano on the Adriatic front the Brit j ish eighth army knifing ahead to i Ward the Quot Back door Quot to borne a preached the outskirts of san Vito id Miles below the a it Ort of Pescara Ami also swept tip the towns of Lanciano. Trello Orsogna and Vasoli All in Inland country beyond the Han Gro Ridge. Pisogna. The far i theft joint of Advance Inland. Is about f ight Nules beyond the san Gro. Launch full offensive British and american troops of the filth army launched their full scale offensive on Mountain Josl Bona guarding both sides of the v la Wasilina. A main Road to borne on thursday night it was disclosed the assault aimed in the direction of it asst no drove the germans Tom the Imam giant Camino and Maggiore Heights West of Mignano. Tint line dispatches said an bad statement reported that several Chi Man prisoners taken when the British smashed the lower Han Gro liver line had gone insane from the effect of the re ten less Allied bombings and most of the others were shaken and sex i a list ii from the ceaseless bomb ing which paced the Atta it k. In my troops demoralized a terrific demoralization Quot of the enemy troops was by ought about 1 by the incessant air Atta is the t statement said holds cratered by bombs. Truly s blow ii up numerous Dis aided or shattered trucks and guns Sud nearby Graves also bore wit Ness to the effects of the raids the statement added. After reaching fan Vito the big three hold Parley in Teheran Josef v. Stalin Winston Churchill Franklin d. Roosevelt yank troops Advance in Italy this division i composed largely of Iowa National guardsmen and also includes men from North and South Quot Aid Dakota and Minnesota. The Warrior a an integral part of lieutenant general Mark w. Clark s fifth army j three a wire photo from u. S. Army political and War matters being aired Little other information announced second front Likely major topic London dec. 4 Mon cow radio announced today that the Long awaited Stalin a Roosevelt a Churchill conference has been concluded at Teheran Iran and in London it was expected that historic decisions applying both to the Battlefield and to political questions would be made Public very soon. The declaration which will surely present faltering Germany tire Choice of unconditional surrender or certain bloody defeat by history s greatest land and air often. A i v e awaited Only completion of arrangements for its simultaneous release at All three capitals. British and american authorities were understood to be in Confer ence of the arrangement. Biggest nerve War barrage Moscow s broadcast that the conference actually has been held a j the opening gun of what is expected to be the biggest barrage yet j aimed by the allies at the approx Hen in. A in a nerve War offer. A Ive. An a re Gilt of the thursday i night broadcast by u. S. Senator Tom it Onnolly and the subsequent Moscow announcement that Tho conference actually had been held the decision doubtless will be pub Mallei eat Lier than originally intended cons tie rat Ion a for the safety of Premier a shall Joseph Stalin i president boo Tevelt and Primo minister Churchill the main reason for delaying an announcement were obviated by the Moscow radio statement. It said the Heads of the Tyiee great Allied Power met Quot a few Days the announcement made in an official Sov Jet new Agency Broady Cost for provincial russian papery i it i a. New zealand and Indian troops captured Aragona eight Miles beyond the Han Gro while further Inland the advancing army captured the Imp Vortanz get Man Tiro. Mumm. Rotomo Hor a i a a of a a no a. What Clad troops were recited raising havoc with the German rail Way network Northwest of Gomel and the army communique a Alti explosive ultimatum he p i o Germany expected to result from Teheran Parley second front one topic Munique said hurl Back germans the fifth army a pow it Iii thrust. More than too emulated id is i hurl Al it i re a Mack a nether Urb More Man in a populate pts is. A in it it a important in Friday s steady Washington Dee 4 1> Mil taty Adion to shorten the War by we a or month and probably a dramatic ultimatum to the German were overrun add an a. Key Points taken in this two pronged drive aimed at envelop Rig Shlobin were by 1 Jen and Dot to to the North and sol Panovka and Tarays Bodnya to the Southwest the latter town is Only nine Miles from a Hloba. In the Dnieper Bend soviet troops were said to have blasted their Way Westward i mile from their k re in in hug Bruit head to reach novo Georgieva. High ground i be eighth army also took the town of Treglio North of Bocca. Important positions Roar Monte Comino for mile Southwest of Mignano were take by fifth army infantry Abidi Aio Apt ared prisoner e an set re Yootin to toe said that a German plat lathe die Southern Adrian port a of or of tart i Bura co Laired on Page 2 a my Asiatic setup on of the greatest of this the Issue be tweet the Chines communists and the government of generall-1 to i Hung Kai Buhek. Gandhi a wife has two heart attacks Bombay. Dec 4 v the government disclosed today that mrs Mohandas k. Gandhi wife of the Indian nationalist Leader had suffered two heart Attak during the past week but said her condition was improving. Mrs Gandhi was reported Iii with # heart aliment last Spring Ai for a wire a and her by ban i Are interned in la Aga Khan a Palace. Shopping boy tin Christmas Mer re lived today More than ductile the usual hat in Day run and i i that to 00 More were expected by j monday. Remaining in a old today at the Yards were Iff of bogs and j 1 packers Aid they were jammed j with live hogs and could not Bandle i the steadily in resting shipments. I the official announcement of the i embargo said i Quot because of congested conditions resulting from heavy supplies of hogs that overtaxed ail Falt titles c. F. Topping president of the South fit. Baul Union stockyards rom Pany announced As embargo on bog to hopi b i. Haul As Fob lows no hogs arriving by truth after mgt inight dec 4. Iii be accepted i and no rail shipments that have i been loaded after Midnight dec 4, will be accepted the embargo la to j con Fin a in effect until Midnight wednesday dec. This embargo is on hog oui and a not affect shipments of raffle calves she a or Grain car record m Baal. Mine dec t Bith a am Hor of cart of Grain loaded in the great norther a system Between june i and fat1 broke and pre oms records thin year whee 14,425 i fart were loaded and so pred the company denounced yesterday this i was an increase of about la per cent or nearly ii cd cwt Over the \ same period la Btl Over the top at Tarawa a manna left goes Over in top it leg Barnease Etrie Beach at Tarawa starve to in Liberia a on i prepare in Lea re their Bridgehead to Stocum Tea japanese cel Airport. The Marine suffered Neavy Ceca dead and wounded n taking the two Long atoll of wire photo i Render or Elan a dear to Ion Are the sex pin Ive result expected from tim roof Resea of president manse a it prime minister Churchill and marshal Stalin i Hiwa Washington s Tea Tiou to them a a now radio announcement that the Quot big three Quot had comp Ede their extraordinary sessions at Teheran and that a statement would ire it sued later perhaps to Day outlining the military and poll tit Al a in it talons re bed probably no pronoun erne it of this War Baa been awaited with a a b intense and worldwide inter eat. For to the extent that p foreshadows action on the fighting fronts and in the Battle of nerves it May furnish Lear clue to the time and nature of the mighty blow now in preparation against the fortress of Europe. Greater russian offt Xiva a hint that even Grafer often a Ives on the russian front tote of May in in a tor Cam from Chais Man Connelly demo rat Texas of the Senate foreign relations Lorn Mitt who said in a radio add a thursday night that a a result of the big three meeting Quot thai my of Russia will be strengthened a Ber Campaign will be buttressed and fortified Quot beyond a doubt however o e of i the major topics of discussion was the Oje of i Anglo american invasion of Western in top which the russians have been urging Ai a most from the Day that the unit i j Blate a precipitated into w it two Yea to ago neat j us a a a it. J those most familiar a the russian arg . As a i Quot a 1 tented to Allied stat Arn n sad Milt in of leaders believe Cost i Alin and his military advisers arrested the it easily of invasion As la Only Metis of forcing Victory at reasonably Early Date. Cfaith other hand thac to continued a Page i machinists going Back to shipyards i i Huron Calif. I a 4 i a their jurisdictional dispute in the hands of arbitrator. 4, Akl 1 mahi met til hied a k to their ribs today Iii four big Henry of 1 ated shipyards after a two Day work stoppage. Carl Berne business agent of Nufo the International a donation of a Hanim 1 Aklan bounced the truce last night after the company tin Alen to shut Down a constr non Job. A enter of the dispute pending Arld tation the a lion list had protected that 2r of their numb were toned by a Conns t Between Thya a and the int t rial tonal ask of latino of operating engineers to pay of of fee before they could Bandie heavy a winery on the Job fuel crisis faces nation Lekes asserts a unparalleled Quot situation this Winter Satin allocation Boardl tint told con four arrested for illegal liquor soles Washington i tee. I Rit seer Etal it Lek a Greta that the country facet a fuel crisis unparalleled in its history a a result of the loss of 14,011,01 0 Tous of Oal production through miners strikes. Ii made this statement it was Learned today in asking for a 93.-55#,Hod up Al supplemental appropriation to a airy out a plan of allo rating available Cital supplies this Winter the Senate us Ommittee on deficiency appropriation approved the amount. District alb cation officers would he it up in 45 Cill s under eke plan Urpin Lhoid fut crisis in a Lefter to the in Ina offs e said the latest series of strikes in late october and Early november Cut Cool Rodeo lion in mar,40 tons on top of a production loss of Jon fun he tons during ear Der work stoppage growing out of the Contrat dispute Between John mid the i tau it is is if re y loves to ration ahas 01 a rated i i three killed when train hits Auto workers and be crisis in Story of the lid Fri fur of ear new a on going at Altun Wilt in Al Stone of a Oal of it to meet the most Tatlis a it i Bilbo i Mobil i a a tier j i lilo. The injured non Burt t be new Tisi la e a fuel allocation a cd aary Clit i a1 can a met Only Urb diversion and allocations i thorough understanding by sons ulnar of the need for every Poesy i lilt ice 1 v of Ion. Quot the situation require the set Ting up of offi leg in about 45 Atta the in cities throughout the production Fields and in consuming areas. The offices will and upon information received from various sources to Sale vast Supply shortages by direct and total Ai Tion where possible Quot distr id advisory boards would assist tire fuels administration s ritually personnel under the Aik nation pro leaders conf erred i Quot a few Days ago in Teheran a i conference took pier Between the loaders of the three Allied Powers president Roosevelt Prim minister Churchill and Premier Stalin. Diplomatic and military represent a fives took part in the Confer vae. Quot at the conference question on the conduct of the War against i Germany were discussed is Well a a number of political question Quot corresponding decisions were adopted which will be Mads Public Moscow scores Quot scoop Quot the announcer introduced the statement thus Quot i am about us Brood ast a statement to be inserted in every newspaper Quot la read it at dictation Speed twice and then once at Ordinary spead for Che trig purposes. The Moscow Quot a. Top Quot of an stent who b had been expected sine Tho Quebec conference in August and the october meeting of 17. 8. Secretary of stat Ardell Hull British foreign be friary Anthony Eden and soviet foreign commissar Vyacheslav Molotov in Moscow aught both official in Dou and it Wellington Flat footed. Neither capital had any official news for immediate release. The soviet Monitor said that full details of the conserva # might a announced Between noon and 3 porn. Eastern War tim today hating his prediction on the customary rout it of Tho Moscow radio when announcing future Broad casts. Since he did not Toke into account any special arrangements Whit it might Hava been made to Rales be Suc h an important announcement hta prediction however a a purely personal observation. Probable conference step in the absence of an official communique. It woe believed that there Alapa probably will tem from Tho Confer enc a formal ultimatum to Tho German people to overthrow Hitler and Bis nazis or take the Brunt of the growing Allied War Power i bigger serial blows on Gar Many especially Berlin. J the promised second front. Involving Allied und operation on continued of Page t identified ten Parol officers in 51, of near r of the Auto and Misa Jean Onaga Lake Wert taken to to spits be. Kettle Booster in War or la peace the work of the salvation army is vital and indispensable we can help on Tbs Home front by contributing liberally to the Kettle fund. Norris o. Peter too. Judg of probate the weather fair tonight and sunday considerably colder j tonight colder sunday diminishing winds tonight. The evening Tribune full leased wire news report of tile associated press telephones advertising office 4243 business office 2072 editorial office 3030 after 8 30 Call 2924 volume Xiv Albert Lea. Minnesota. Saturday. December 4, 1943 number 285moscow reveals meeting in Teheran

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