Ames Daily Tribune in Ames, Iowa
4 Dec 1943

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4 Dec 1943

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Ames daily Tribune vol. 77 no. 134 official Ames and Story county paper Universal in the Ames territory Ames Iowa saturday december 4, 1943 protect Volk Home from Tiberg i Lusis i v am t be Christmas sea is United press wire service marines storm into Airport attack from tiny Tarawa Beach five hundreds of germans taken As drive on rom is opened in Earnest i Mumm in wm7 let e s graphic proof of the marines Miracle of heroism which took i tiny Beach tile Devi id Ops Man in attn i or the bloodiest Beach in history. From makeshift barricades on the heavy Jap fire. Marine corps photo Nea de photo. Leipzig and Berlin hit by cooperation British bombs last night a ssh a Raf crosses nazi defences by i m Fei i press j the hic push for Rome is i this morning. The Allied fifth army moving up under cover of a massive i artillery barrage has advanced iwo Miles to capture strategic Heights on the Road to the italian capital. General Dwight Eisenhower an pounces officially that the fifth a army has begun a big offensive j Hays the communique a important Heights have been captured. The Advance Contin i general Clark s troops began their drive last night. Hundreds of germans dazed by the ter a Rifle gunfire were captured As j the fifth army advanced to seize i important Heights on Monte Ca i Mino four Miles Southwest of j Mignano. A dispatch from t cited press correspondent Reynolds Packard says american soldiers have driven through knee deep mud to capture a Peak squarely on the Road to Rome. The yanks and their British allies Are striking for a breakthrough which would take them out of the mountains and onto level Plains. The fill h army a d v a n re is being supported by Waves of Allied aircraft. 4reds drive to trap germans near Shlobin by United press soviet forces have Laid the groundwork for two great victories in Russia. The red armies have begun final drives which Are expected to end the fall of Shlobin in White Russia and Kriwoi bog. In the Dnieper Bend. Both towns Are strategic Railroad junctions. probably will be Able first to topple. I he russians Are closing in on a Hloba from five directions. Two columns on the South and South Eart a Well within artillery Range. The most serious threat is poised by a red army column attacking from the soviet Force is developing i intruder attacks the same kind of pincer move has. Input which it Iuo Zed the germans Twenty Turec British bombers out of Gomel. In the past twojai1 on a Fil Thier plane Are missing Days these troops have smashed Rumi operation through German defences and i have reached the East Bank of tile i Dnieper River. Once they Cross the River they will be in a posh by United press the Rae was out in Force again j last night heaping new destruction j on blazing Berlin and cutting a path of destruction through the i great nazi War Center of Leipzig. An unusually Large Force of speedy Mosquito bombers hit the German capital but the main weight of the bad attack was i reeled at Leipzig which was plastered with nearly 1.700 tons of sex. Plosives. Between five and six Hundred four ii fined bombers took off from British bases and headed straight for Berlin but it was Only a feint something on which the nazis had not been counting. The it of heavyweights flew toward Berlin and then abruptly turned South. Minutes later they were cascading their destructive cargoes on Leipzig. So Miles away. The air ministry reports that great destruction was caused among the City s aircraft tank and machine tool plants. Other Raf planes carried out Oti enemy air Landon fears Moscow pact is indefinite culture is a Fine thing and certainly has its place in the scheme of things but it has no place in our relations with Central and South american countries at this time said Edward Tomlinson in a splendid address on our latin american neighbors. At great Hall at Iowa state College last night. Basing his remarks on his sex Potence in travelling through All these countries. I. Tomlinson pm rustic ally stated that cooperation and a w ill ingress to go fifty fifty with our neighbors to the South was the Only Way in which future possibly Conte in our dealings with the Southern Nelson Calls for greater plane output by United press the nations War Effort is Back in full stride today. Four thousand machinists have returned to work at the Kaiser shipyards on the West coast after a two Day work stoppage which officials say Cost the country a ship a Day. Government experts predict that the nations aircraft Industry will turn out an All time High of More than nine thousand planes this month. A personal Appeal by Edgar Kaiser son of the famous shipbuilder helped end the Mach in. Isis strike and assured full production of merchant ships and naval vessel tin strikers agreed unanimously to return to their jobs pending Floral it j., j arbitration of their jurisdictional general it Lark issued his m marching orders just five a by Quot a a a foe onion of opera after the British eighth army Imi p,1kmpf a. I stormed North of the Sangro River a some time in Washington to smash the Eastern Anchor of a production Board chairman the nazis so called Winter line. Nelson called for the production of general Montgomery a troops an even greater number of War still Are rolling ahead relentless planes. Of a Anelson revealed that some s. Today s communique announces w1 a1 a a a , aircraft three months of italian Campaign Zotico Quot Coy Rome Ltd pc Koro Ari Aramid my auks in Hust month Anno Timoc so Boud Aarn a successes of the italian Campaign in which american Trood a i went Salt the distance to Rome in the first month Dwarf the and lauding More than an it Mountain defences that the British have captured Tzy la including More than Van two months. Rivers and Mountain defences the three strategic Contero of Liam four Wilned bombers rolled Al a i.? a Bot far beyond Lanciano trello and Orsogna 0 Assembly lines last month. A a Nea telephoto. After her Battles with German hat s at tile rate of better than Quot Quot Quot a. A forger insists a expect great after fierce Battles with German that sat the rate of better than rear guards. Lanciano a town j one plane every five minutes. Of 10,000 population fell after Ninon terms that record Ives a la it Battle. Flying a i u he Calls for an evenly ll1/ a ter Effort this month. Web of the eighth army now is a thin a los font 12 Miles of its major objectives i map a wu1 he a known no Capitol Hill the Senate fun Anne committee will hold an sex. A i tra Ordinary saturday session to the port of Pescara the Back door to Rome a Washington. D r. a Alf Landon Calls the Moscow agreements a completely indefinite a and says the Republican party must accept no responsibility for them until they Are sharply de j Satis faction could fined. The 193g Republican candidate Peoples in tit Western hemisphere. For the presidency told a luncheon or. Tomlinson took a two edged meeting of Republican Junior sen blast at senator Butler who it actors that Gap endorsement of j gently criticized the spending of the agreements at present would some six billions of dollars in our be Quot reckless and j Good neighbor policy in mitral simultaneously. I. An Don do and South America. He pointed out mourned what he termed the and. Ministrations a a Uncertain foreign policy. In proposed that a real democrats As he called them the Many things sue ii As Airport development Industrial installations and the like which were going a Long ways in cementing to join republicans in keeping what Friendship of All tin nation a in the he termed Quot arrogant and strutting new world. Hon to trap the nazi Garrison at /.hlobin. For Shlobin you re Mem her already is outflanked on the Southwest in the Dnieper Bend file rus ians Are ready for another attempt to take Kriwoi hog pushing of til West of k re Mer hug soviet base seized a key Junction on the double trunk line that run directly to the Iron Ore City Davis asks an inquiry about big news leak the annul Keement by the bus the German capital i reported to Hgt still in flames this morning i after thursdays big attack in j which nearly i Tod ton of bombs j were dropped. J dispatches from Zurich a the nazis Are boasting they will end the Quot bombardment of their Homeland with an extreme Anil dra tic blow but they Clou t say cd hat shape or form the alleged blow w la take. The Only other activity reported in Western Europe occurred this morning when British and German Long rang coastal batteries changed fire across the Dover Hir aits. Some shells fell in the Dover area Aud English coast towns w ere shaken heavily by explosions. British coastal guns fired f�0 rounds at German shipping in the Channel but the results wore not observed. A Dan new Agency about the meet ing of the a big Titre a has Anent to make inquiries in i touched off a new storm of cult cow concerning the so called pc Lam concerning handling of Quot scoop scored by the russian news of the Cairo and Teheran news Agency. He particularly conference. Wants to know whether the soviet i of director Elmer Davis says Agency violated any release Date i he has asked the state depart agreed upon by the conferees. J maybe this will explain the hike in butter Points Giuca Aco to a a to Sci Futory t a it some new scientific variety. Or Hallow a Dor of Harvard i Inveraity s of earning Ilia Milky Way All of the Shapley says the starry Galaxy is actually much larger than it was formerly believed possible Shapley made the announcement last night in his presidential address to rile Silja i National honorary scientific fraternity. The Harvard scientist says new measurements of the Milky Way reveal it to be wheel shaped and about 100,000 Light years thick. A Light year is the distance travelled by a Ray of Light in a year. At the rat of i so too Miles a second. Or. Simplex Hays our Sun is now known to but a on the Edge it the Galax. It planets including the Earth Art but a few of the myriad it Lar outlined in the cd of the milk a. Bureaucrats Quot within the Law. Also. Landis urged that republicans reject suggestions that both parties adopt similar foreign policy platforms in 1944. He asserted that such a course would accelerate the danger of a Drift towards one party in our country. He pointed out that there h no Assurance that Russia agreed with the non aggrandizement principles Ltd of the Atlantic it Hart. He fears the Moscow declaration Litho except military arrangements he said a i can find no evidence that the russians have yielded one Inch in regard to their Well known territorial aspirations or political ambitions in moreover he declared the Roosevelt administration and Russia Hale placed conflicting interpretation on the declarations Lam Lon believes the administration Hopes to place part of tile responsibility for the agreement. On the shoulder of the Gap. In huh Case he said the Republican might be held partially accountable by the electorate a when the showdown com a a Tark Egton is of right track about Hitler Indianapolis u a Indiana a a edit Beauy Majhi d author Booth Tai King ton tins a new silage a Hon on the Way to hit Brand ills cohorts after the he likened the tilted state to a giant that Hail slept Over its response lilies and compared this country Aud its Ai Tion after Pearl Harbor to some of the Small be t Chis to the South of us. Notably Ecuador which Small country de Japan and gave Hare in cooperation a w Here All the ail within an hour Pearl Harbor a to re All the germans dared War it More than its to Costa it japs were in after Japan h settled Guatemala where Between 16 and the Quot w from the country whee Gaz s were control Fritz Kulm and his ilk a Ltd to roam at luge in that a it Mexico where a Fin army is taking care of a cast coastline against in asian \ in Sui la and Colombia w he Yuenoi to lulled w try All a oui i in i japs losing in Pacific As our strength grows i our Southwest Pacific airmen i have won undisputed air superiority in the Northern Solomons. A spokesman at Admiral Hulsey a headquarter say in the past 40 Days not one japanese j Pilot a. Dared to Challenge our j i filers. Here i Why for More than a i month american airmen have car-1 i ried out non Stop raids on the j enemy s Fields in the Buka Bou i gain v Ille area. They have been i completely knocked out of action. M cd need a for example. Our bomber and fighters made 230 i flights. Thursday in a typical action. 57 tons of explosive were dumped on the Ai drome at Kara. On Houtie Bougainville at the other end of the Southwest Pacific front australian ground troop have driven to within a half mile of the japanese base of a Roo. On new Guinea i Peninsula. I Hina the japanese chum iture of Chian ten a Strate Gnu us Junction. Radio Tokyo Trot a occupied the Rush action on the House approved two billion Dollar tax Bill. That a about the Only activity scheduled for the congressmen Over the weekend. Next week the House Wil take up the controversial Soldier vote Bill which has had a rough time j of it in the Senate. The upper chamber has turned i Down the Green Lucaa measure which w Ould have permitted pres. Went Roosevelt to name a four Man War ballot commission to supervise overseas voting in next years election. Instead the Senate Paa eed a Bill which would assign j the authority to the individual state. The Semiat substitute Aud Bills a i similar to the Green Luca Meas i lire will be considered in the House j sheriff returns Man on charge of false accounting he should be in jail he is Burlington. I�., the Des Moines county jail has a Happy inmate with a Clear conscience. He came to the jail himself and asked to be admitted. Eugene Brockman also known As Eugene Burton says he committed a forgery at Springfield mo., in 1936. And wants to be punished. An investigation shows that he was telling the truth. Brockman says he feels better now. A a. Trains and Auto crashes take 3 lives last night results fron Teheran meet by United press a communique in expected to i menu Rily on decisions reached at j the conference of president Boose and Premier Stalin. It is believed the big three concluded their meeting at Teheran the capital of Iran by putting the final stamp of approval on plan i for an Early invasion of Western i Europe. The communique. When it i comes is expected to Call upon the Axis in Europe to a yield or die such a demand it it believed. Would touch off an explosive crisis in the Balkans a crisis Ops inc after Cru re St a ii Shanghai via and Oil fat to All South u to important s till War. Or. Tomlin How much \ Ming from the Reform in non Tarkington say a Beni Vas unit attempt to impose the lath pen 1jt> or Ina imprisonment it a go nazi w a lord would give Herdman the Chance to regard hit Letitea Aatu Art yrs. He suggests that the allies Are Headin round up nazi bigwigs and have for these i them placed in Hospital for the criminally insane say Tarkington a Quot nothing would sober Germany luny faster a a Flack he attack with War Bond n a most of the la rap. And in neighbors to the j playing a h an in the winning of too few of us stated realize Jinai War Materiel is cd countries. Her that we consider to t of her t ii in info to Aud after the War. I Pham Zod tin Mir a South Are the a i a gift inc us anything Quot Are spending the he dwelt at Lengi Fen is of the Pana lifeline of tin waste arum Point a out to tin Hail been give flutes by Tho Anni our efforts to keep oin for commercial used. A int he con in Ark with the a r less begin now finest kind of cooperation Putli these countries after the wat we to Raight for trouble countries should no Long to be classed at Lahiri americas a they ate part of Uteri a and they a e blood right to consideration Ami a a. I the ii. A a. Larraine Day wanted to talk with privates sheriff gust Hall returned late thursday Nisku from Canton South Dakota where ii had gone to apprehend Thomas former formerly of Story Gifty who w a it wanted on a charge of obtaining Money under false it it en-��., it is reported that former had been employed by the Fox chemical Tympani and had taken orders and allegedly Tail 1 to Send in the Money and he a arraigned before Justice Mike Mclaughlin and bound Over to the grand jury. He i now in the county jail awaiting further disposition if tem lax troubles for Mason City men Des Moines to <1 la Mason City men hawed by the Federal s Des Moil let on charge a evasion they Are Nate Lap i Mobile dealer and an employee the men were Ana Day before judge Cha a y and were Given in loth to enter pleas four counts charge that might Lead to the Early col lapse of Hungary Rumania and Massillon Ohio lha a Bulgaria and hasten nazi Gar re re person were killed and Many a doom. 15 other injured last night in an Hitler s Balkan satellite already Accident involving an automobile Are so shaky that a joint Railroad demand for surrender could have sudden and far sighted effects e in an presumably or. Roosevelt Ruck by c Hiu Urchill and Stalin will purpose crossing the quarantining of Germany in he first Post War Europe and the Shack Iun i Btu of her manpower and Industry Loach to prevent any preparation for to pay another world War the Berlin radio already a women predicted that the conference will result in a demand for Germany unconditional surrender and to the same breath the nazis reject. De such an ultimatum. The first authentic hews of the Quot a big three conference came last j night from tile official russian new Agency soviet Agency reported thai and two Pennsylvania i a eng r t Ains. Police say the automobile who Lone of the Tri near Massillon. Train was halted a Sec mid into it derailing to is and causing injuries Elg tis two of the Clead Wen Good neighbor spirit shown igbo seventeen Retior. Who in a Corn picker on his ii november 24, came to i last tuesday november 3 with the Aid of 4 pick several of their ladies cd Aubourn so acres of it or. Zoner. Rho w to furnished i Ivor included John alternate Anderson Rob Dudley a Roll fro 1 of Kelly old Myers by Sal. Howard Kinston. K. J old a Wye those Vav Omen mrk San Kin min Aud m it didst Tak Plo Matic As Well As military in Lions were discussed at Teh. Although to does not indicate a duration o�?T1 the conference the rim radio guessed it began Ca to Day Ami ended yesterday. The nails adding their own tie touch said or Roosevelt. Urchin and Stalin met behind line Fields naturally did this Are what \ ing it Amar i much a kindly safari u it a Bor Ami says i is Day form. D i a to a wild 50u Junior office refused but when it _ planned they were going Over v a a a a a a a seas soon. I reon. I de red lid Sov suffocates agreed. But i made it Plain Oskaloosa la. 1 by a \ two that i Waul to sit among the i year old Oskaloosa boy was Sutta Junior rated to death in a fire at the i a i Aine says Hosu he thing hum it vip a. Ltd a pc. A a happened when the dinner finally j Salt Ltd it no i avid \ a came off so dec la res she found Charlie Chan come hither a yet in movie Maud a scr first class mystery on i Juncos detective of fiction. Told police he had discovered parts of a human Skeleton in it Yar i preliminary investigation indicates that the Tow Bone found a. Those of a Man who had been dead for several month. Police have Al found a few pieces of clot hip. A watch and Inge. Kit a Sty in his roles a a int Parma player for he fusions movie a Louth let a a i a a a it in icky my afer solved Btl a la eave of Tim Quot i.,-. Ida. a in Fly

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