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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Beckley, West Virginia
Give that others May live give to National War fund tit Axis Tif at Oaas Tiff at 16%. It buy Mora War Bonds for fro Odom t Sale j weather i j partly Cloudy and rather Cool saturday sunday fair and warmer. Sex pones of tue Wisi Vic Ima smokeless com rec Ion volume Xix a no. 143 member of audit Bureau of circulation Beckley West Virginia saturday morning december 4. 1943 associated Presa leased wire Price 5 cent 23c pee weak $1 10 a month big three map plans for War on nazis Clark stabs deeper into Railroad men Berlin seared again nazi lines guarding Rome by blockbuster raid British move up six Miles strike dec. 15 radio Algiers says Retreat is under Way showdown on Eastern Adriatic developing Lari a air at enemy stronghold on fourth Day of bitter fight London. Dec. 3 map a a break in morale and revolt j among some of Germany s bul Fleet smash mercenaries helping hitlers Battle in Yugoslavia was Repin 1 cd today by the yugoslav partisans As they Foupht on against nazi legions being constantly reinforced for a showdown along the Eastern Adriatic. A broadcast communique from chiefs of 5 operating brotherhoods will meet to count ballots Washington. Dec. 3 map chiefs of the five railway operating brotherhoods decided today in set a strike Date at a meeting in Cleveland on december 15. David b. Robertson of the brotherhood of firemen and . Said tile vote would be Jungle troops menace Ware australian close in Huon Peninsula stronghold Southwest Pacific Allied Headquarters saturday Der 4 Aiu australian Jungle t room a la i k i head Lauten s. Algiers Dee. Al paced for Lite Sej cond Flay by Aerial assaults j on elaborate Well prepared j German fortification Al Gen. Mark by. Clarks fifth j Nrma Slabbed Forward from Cal Abrillo against Lite right Hank of massed German troops guarding the main Road to Home in the fourth Day of the biggest italian offensive since Salerno. Great Clouds of it Anoke and died Hung Over the Battlefield air i Force pilots participating in the meth Kiihnl destruction of enemy gun positions and entrenchment ahead of american and British forces saw signs of fierce com Bat raging below. Official accounts j gae no indication whether Clark s j troops yet had reached the hard j Core of the nazi line. Bitter fighting rages bitter fighting raged on a he eighth army front where the right Wing of Gen. Sir. Bernard l. Montgomery s British. Indian and new zealand forces slugged six More Miles up the Adriatic roast and approached the important Highway and Railroad Center of san Vito Chi Etino. Only 16 mites from the big port of pesos to. The germans had reorganized their defences farther Inland and i were resisting desperately around a he ancient Rome Rita of Lavrino j�?�01 Uon where i hey held a 900-foot Ridge i Hir is Warp or a argot. Ding the surrounding coun general to sip Broz Tito declared a hat on the serbian bosnian Frontier Bulgaria soldiers had refused orders of their German commanders to fight and that the nazi had disarmed an entire Bat tabulated by then and the remits to lion of bulgarians in one i would be announced Simul Tane stance. Loudly with the selection of a strike London although considering mate. Robertson said that although the possibility of exaggeration i the tabulation is not Complete Quot it received the news with interest is in All probability a High vote for it could represent a crack in. For a London. Saturday. Dec. 4�? apr r a f bombers streamed out for a new attack on the continent Early today following up a shattering raid thur Day night which sent 1.500 Long tons of new fire bombs and explosives crashing Down on soldering. Rubble carpeted Berlin London. Dec. 3-- apr a. A. F. Air armadas rocked in a blast reds Hammer rails network the Clam Hitler has built to keep i the Allied flood out of the bal a kans. The operating group is objecting in an emergency boards award of an increase of four cents an troop bite into line Northwest of Gomel gain elsewhere it is significant also in View of hour. They had asked a minimum the fact that the germans them increase of $3 a Day. On selves regard Bulgaria As tile weakest Point in their Balkan Lank and doubly significant in Ano her connection that is the Roosevelt Churchill utahn conference which reports from abroad declare already is underway and the fact that Bulgaria has Long and close ties with Russia strained though they have been by bulgarian cooperation Confer with Board the operating chiefs met briefly and then conferred with members of the National railway mediation Board. Board chairman William m. Leiserson said Quot we just wanted information on what they Are doing. They will keep us t meanwhile loaders of the 15 non operating u Nion s marked ing new assault last night with 1 More than 1,500 Long ones of new lire bombs and explosive leaving perhaps half the nazi capital s building in ruins and the entire Center Section of the City in flames. I swarms of German fighters Rose to meet the four eng me bombers along flare paths lit As far As 50 Miles from the capital and i 41 British planes fell during the great Battle in the skies pierced. I by hundreds of searchlights and split by intense flak j Daybreak found the wreckage a of planes scattered through the i bombed City after this this fifth heavy assault in two weeks. But nothing that Reich marshal Herman coding could do pre a vented the great Force of bombers i from racing the heart of nazi Germany shortly after 8 p. Rn., and cascading Down their loads of High explosives and new Type of phosphorous incendiaries in 30 minutes. British reports estimator that one third of Berlin was Anne after the fourth raid november 26, indicating that if last night s blow was As destructive half the City now has been blown up or gutted by fires. The bomb Load dumped on Berlin in the new Campaign was raised to probably 15,000 tons. Berlin dispatches to the swedish press described enormous new fires in the North Central and Southern portions of the City which still were burning from the pre owner told to ask deferment of miners Washington. Dec. 3�? apr operating managers of All government seized Coal mines today were instructed to request the draft deferment of All men engaged in mine operations and to Appeal if local selective service hoards deny deferment. A. J. Potter Deputy Coal mines administrator sent out the instructions which said that continued maximum production of Coal for the effective prosecution of the War makes it necessary for All mine workers to Stav at their jobs and produce even More. Poles await news of meet meeting held in Persia for several Days Moscow say detail of historical agreement will be announced probably today London. Saturday. Orc. I a president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin in the greatest such meeting in history have conferred at Teheran the capital of Iran Persia and agreed upon closing in on Ware. A japanese stronghold on the Huon Penin-1 Sula of northeastern Guinea. Ware is Inland approximately la Miles Northwest of coastal Finsch Hafen the base which the1 allies captured october 2. Gen. Douglas Macarthur head quartets announcing the latest Progress today said the aussie dig Gers were mopping up on enemy Tworig Points along the track which leads from Allied won Bonga on j fms Chafen with Hitler. Strong enough word time awaiting congressional action my. might take the bul-0n a Resolution to reinstate an Gamins wholly out of the War. I award of an eight cent hourly increase which stabilisation director Fred m. Vinson vetoed. The non operating unions also have taken a strike Voie but have made no plans to announce the results or to fix a strike Date. The operating brotherhoods engineers. Firemen conductors train Imen and switchman a represent about 350.000. I Ito a communique said the no bulgarian revolt followed heavy gip fighting in which the Axis drive 4 ii i was halted with heavy losses supported by artillery Are understanding will put both military and political nation on Side of plans for the War against soviet army Germany. Moscow radio an non need today in the fir it uk-.5r�� hot pfc spin. Of a troops bit into the important Ger blow was As Dextrin in c. A haps More than any other people Parley. Man railway Northwest of Gomel he Citie now has been vow p of nazi occupied Europe the cutting through numerous Axis in two directions yesterday j a Iii Loci by birr poles waited anxiously for the and Neutral reports of the Quot by stood firm against repeated nazi 1 a in a a oat bumped on outcome of the conference of three Quot meeting. Moscow in a counterattacks in the hotly con Ber Iii in Premier Stalin. President rons1 broadcast recorded Here by the tested Cherkass area and expend probably ton. Sep and prime minister Chut soviet Monitor stated officially cd their Dnieper River Bridge. Berlin the swed Rhyl in Jan that the us were hew a a of pvt head below Kremenchug 15 Miles is 1 j 1 ?,1 a a Tadeusz Homer polish foreign Days ago. And that Quot diplomatic to the West through powerfully it a is j no it no no a t minister told the associated and military representatives took defended territory. Moscow an-1 pre press his government was urgent j noticed Early today. A 1 s re in hoping the concern up would a conference. Said the German troop recoiling by Foreve of produce an understanding Capa-1 official Moscow broadcast Quot ques the soviet attack Northwest of 1 1 f 11\. Foj of forming the basis of future Lon in a hot conduct of the War Gomel sustained heavy losses. The a. Art i Trupti m in1 cordial collaboration by the Sov against Germany were discussed of Henvir i my rues. Do is a a a us in a a a Ltd my Quot numb it Pou,ic1 too linkages Hamlet Kyi hat Quot it it amt a Enid i a Spondin Drew were a Ken in his drive or my totalled understand ado part which we a be made Pill. Points ried out in through mayor Laguardia backs subsidies tdi77ard� of. Several dozens per House in the ing should be reached before the a. Onrie rom bombed quarters Westward driving soviet troops howling Miks wet nov and d often gutted up to Soo build enter polish territory which he no Rita sssjlnw.imulun.ou.1,. I pointed on might happen any Washington. Der. 3�? a mayor la Guardia of new York ought to save the government s tottering food subsidy program too Dav declaring that without it the Urban Maicas arc threatened financial col Knox reviews Tarawa Battle with inflation and lapse. The coast North of Westward to Ware. To the East just across narrow the Peppery Little executive of Waters from the Peninsula Mac the nations largest City told the Arthur s bombers continued to hit Senate banking committee food at targets on new Britain in an costs shot up 39 per rent in new of of Gachev. Respectively and Solta Novka. 12 Miles Southeast of j Shlobin on the Gomel Railroad. Dovsky is the Junction of the Gomel mogilev and Rogacheva to slave railways. All three of the towns taken screen the approaches to the hubs of the German rail network in that Region Zalobin j and Rogacheva. Seven Hundred germans were killed alone in one sector of the fighting in that Are 56,730 found in dead Man s car details expected today the soviet Monitor stated details of the conference might be announced Between noon and Quot of a Clear understanding is Rutn 2 p. I Eastern War time today blushed a he said. Quot the polish j Basing this prediction on the usual populace now resisting German routine of the Moscow radio when Rule by every possible Means will announcing future broadcasts Welcome soviet. N a a police of Chillicothe. Ohio yesterday uncovered 16,730 in the determined soviet troops Blas rear compartment of the Automo area of that important enemy Island which is mostly vulnerable to the second straight Day Bay a dumps and Supply sixty nominating or Marroun Pmj coun a hrs Jon of explosive were dropped by medium bombers radio France in Algiers re which flew As Low As the tops ported entirely without confirm i mat in from the Allied command. I Borgen Bay is on the North Shore that Field marshal Albert Kessel near new Britain a Western tip. Ring. Nazi commander in Italy in the Northern Solomons Tho had ordered a Retreat from Posi bombers of adm. William f. Hal Washington. Dec. 3 a the bloody lessons of warfare that the americans and japanese traded at Tarawa brought these reactions today from the York since 1941 and the House j wife a a rent to Cal any it it a Quot or , Navy and mrm eat statistics further increase might bring on inflation he said and Quot every City in this country would go broke including i a Guardia testified Man of the United states conference of mayors opposing legislation to outlaw food subsidies government payments designed to who was there i. Secretary kno taking note of Quot criticism Quot concerning the grievous loss of american life in capturing the Pacific atoll As a hair Craod the Well prepared japanese withstood a pre invasion pounding Quot like nothing before in the history of 3 a Marine corps combat Cor ing their Way Forward through Complex German Trench system and dugouts protected by mine Fields and barbed wire entanglement took novo car give. A District Center of the Kirovograd and carpeted the approaches to the town with hundreds of German dead the communique said. With this Westward thrust of 15 Miles into the Dnieper sack below Kremenchug the russians moved to relieve the pressure on their comrades holding on in the bile of Steve sin it a of Beckley who was found dead in a hotel there wednesday. The discovery according to the i associated press followed a j search that began after Simon a Friend Alex Taraczkozy of Reck a Ley arrived in Chillicothe to escort the body Home and remarked that the $117 found in the dead Many a pockets was much Les than Simon was presumed to carry. Chillicothe officials were quote As Avine that Simon died of a ready to collaborate with them As Friendly allies. On the other hand j if no understanding l reached the people will be confused and wont know where they stand. Incidents at Likely to occur thai w Ould Only make the situation Coil production surpasses 1942 hold Down retail prices and yet respondent who took part in the permit the producer and prices operations said Quot something a Sor to make a legitimate profit pealed to have gone wrong Quot a a ions along the Adriatic following spy hit the enemy a Kara Ai drome j the ban was approved by the that the marines had expected to the Quot crumbling of his entire win Ion the South coast of Bouga in House and there were free pre find the japanese pc apically Ter j Ville and the Balallo Ai drome on est civilians As hereon inn Island just off the coat with the germans were reported to j 57 tons of bombs. He driving the populations of Small to ens out toward the advancing fifth and eighth armies and then blowing lip Bridges behind them continued on Page two work resumed a at two mines four a group names leaders preach diction that the Senate would wiped out by air and naval bpm take the same action. President bar dment but actually encounter Roosevelt vetoed a similar proo cd a ferocious defense Hibi Tion last summer. There was the japanese who killed 1.026 some question whether the anti americans and wounded 2,557 More subsidy bloc however Strong before they were annihilated in could get enough votes to override three Days of fighting were Able another anticipated veto. Ten members of the Raleigh county four a club leaders association last night elected miss Maude Broyles of Sophia club. Charleston dec 3�? apr president for Chr new year. Work was resumed at two Idle plans were made for a coveted Mal in in is in Southern West a a i r cd i s h dinner for leaders assistant Ginia today a speculation con Reader it and presidents of the 40 tinned on the ultimate settlement pour a club in Raleigh county of the Industry s tangled prob dinner is scheduled for decry i Ber 17, at 6 30 . In the Appala four operations were still Down j Chan electric Power company in the Northern Field three of building Quot unless other arrangements them because the operators by announced later. That the 15-cent increase in the j. T d Price of Coal per ton allowed by state leapers. B. It it Gothe o. P a. Is not enough to cover state boys Leader and miss Wilma toy fund donors a goodly Supply dolls was reported brought to the schools in Beckley sextet nay and these will be picked up by the Beckley fire department the first of the week. The toys Are to repaired and repainted by fire Chiel w. H win Hensall anti his men As in production costs under the present government working agreement. The Detroit mining company a two operations at Gordon. Boone Barr. State girls Leader will visit the county clubs of december 16 and 17 arid will be special guests it the dinner. Fach member present last night county resumed work after sevc j pledged himself to Contact several ral Days idleness. Also Back in other leaders and be that Thev production was tile Alma no. 6 mine of the red jacket Coal corporation in Mingo county which was Down yesterday. Shop Ping a attend the leaders dinner. Other association officers elected were Clyde Law principal of Cirtsville school vice president Audrey Zeigler of Affinity Secretary Mason Anderson principal of Stanaford school treasurer and Carl Stover of crab Orchard my Norma Corner of Sophia song leaders. Miss Mary Elizabeth Wolfe county club agent stressed the need of a Strong readers association and urged All members to attend the dinner meeting so that Quot the new club leaders and members will get help and suggestions from the old leaders and members a Well As bring suggestions of the older club members and leaders Quot to inflict such a toll Knox told a press conference for three main reasons 1. They had shelters and guns emplacements so heavily built and so deeply dug at the main position at Betio that they could withstand a Quot great number of 2. Trees and camouflage make it impossible always to get the f Tovy and Normat on needed from Aerial photography in planning an attack. In this connection. Knox said there had been Quot criticism by Arm chair strategists Quot that we had insufficient information concerning defences. 3. A change of we ind Hung up some american assault boats Ona reef where the men were easy years past Ann Volunteer group largest for the japanese will redress the dolls. It look _ As though the county. Needy youngsters Are going to have a pleasant visit from Santa again this Christmas. Meanwhile the toy fund fell just Short of $200 yesterday As new contributions boosted the fund to $191.84chairman c l Allen says folks Are beginning to respond in an excellent manner and Are stopping him on the Street to turn in donations. Contributions May also be sent direct to the Post Herald. Mrs. Francis Conway another 13-year Booster of the found w As among the faithful contributors yesterday. The fund now stands previously acknowledged $173.84 no River Bridgehead near Che -. Bridgehead ural causes. Has Rcv a a i the Beckley Man left Here tuesday in route to a clinic in Cleveland to undergo surgery he had been suffering with a leg ailment for several months. Simon a native of , came of this country at the age of 17, working in the mines at Glen Rogers for several years. He had made his Home in Beckley for the past four years. He was a Veteran of world War i. The body was returned to Beckley last night and will remain St the Rose funeral Home until sunday. It will probably be sent to Pennsylvania for burial. He leaves no immediate survivors in this country. Kasy. This Cherkass a relatively Small one i the scene of hard fighting for Days i and the communique said that in one sector alone the russians threw Back seven German counter attacks and killed Approxi-1 mately 800 germans. Farm convention is set for today Washington. Dec 2 api despite the recurring headache and controversies afflicting Lite bituminous Coal Industry the National Coal association estimated today on the basis of incomplete car loading reports that production was Thead of 1942 for the period ended november 27. National output for the week ended on the 27th was estimated at approximately 12.450,000 net tons against an output of 10.866,-000 tons in the corresponding week a veer ago it was an increase of Dence 14.6 per cent. Washington. Dec. I map a the Moscow radios a scoop Quot on the Roosvelt cur Hill Stalin conference came like a Boll from the Blue to american information officials who were frankly flabbergasted that the news was not made available simultaneously in other capitals. Elmer Davis chief of the office of War information said Quot we Hope that the next time Allied leaders meet we can make arrangements to spill everything simultaneously. It is a difficult think to do because it involves Arran cements with two or three Powers although we did succeed in the Case of the recent Moscow conference. W e la do the Hest we fined $1 for begging without City permit n we i Ickes a Ide germans threaten dire retaliation Grover c. Hedrick was chosen a Delegate last night to represent the town Community in the county conference of the Raleigh county a. A. Which convenes at 2 . Today in the county court j room. Washington. Dec. 3 no Lac Mckinney was elected a1-i the appointment of j a Mot a Ternate and the following com i Gan. Vice president of the con j Unity committee workers were i firm of c a h Ughe elected b. B. Chambers chair-1 Brj co., Cresson. Pa., As As Vistani Man George Willis vice chair a Deputy Coal mines administrator i Man the Rev. U. To Walker regu was announced today. I a member a s. Blair first i alternate to the Community committee and d. D. Ashworth second alternate to the Community i committee. J. I. Bowling acted la chairman for the election. County farm agent h. B i Thomas a elected Secretary to i the Community committee. Community election returns from the remaining 24 communist available last night today of How a Man with a wild i vis Sis Nez i Walter d $1.00 and costs last no court after being arte police on the c ring. Other cases Loren Toney Bond of $12 42 for fight Cheesbrew. Who forfeits $54.50, on a charge of driving and one person charged with Drunken by City urge of tied be. Lock Ted included who forfeited a Ming a. H. The announcement from Moscow came As a Surprise to British officials. The ministry of information said it had no official announcement of the conference. Bulletins from London where the broadcast was monitored were delayed briefly by censors for a Check by the ministry More Evi the element of Surprise. It a it been widely reported that the three Allied leaders in addition to mapping the strategy of the Landa and air War against Germany would agree upon a political program for the treatment of Defeated nazi Dom and also perhaps formulate a propaganda War to be aimed at the German people immediately go on from Airn or. Roosevelt and or. Churchill went to tile Iran conference from their historic five Day meeting in North Africa with Generalissimo Chang Kai Shek which was Coner Ned p Manly with the War it 4m1 Alt or. Hure Man with wild plan to shoot Roosevelt a arrested Washington dec. 3 a a strange store came to Light London. Dec. 3 map again threatening retaliation the air War upon Germany the Poland plans to Tor mothers and maids club. 5.00 or. D b. Jarrell. Loo George p. Daniel. In. Loo a a Gene Burke 5.00 Anonymous. Pm mrs. Francis Conway. 5.00 total. $191.84 Berlin radio said today that the German High command Quot intends by one fell drastic stroke to end the unbridled mass murder Quot Aud added that a Mankind is not far from the Point where it can at will blow up half the the broadcast quoted the periodical Das Reich As saying that Quot the commencement of retaliation no longer depends on technical ties were no. A the majority of the elections plan to assassinate president nonscheduled for evening meet Sevelt skulked about the White i House Vicinity for to Day last a month and finally was arrested for walking against a traffic Light. The arrest by City police came w a in to remain in War Stockholm. Dec. 3 _ a Finland apparently has determined to fight on against Russia As a full partner of Germany abandoning her former prop line private fac tory blown up Stockholm. Dec 3 apr an engine factory at Copenhagen in Vith the world struggle a matters but solely on the object Bible informant said today which is to be attained by it. J this policy was said to have Quot the retaliation will be so pow been decided upon after the mos Erful and will be started at the cow conference of Allied foreign psychologically opportune to ministers which the finns inter meet to influence the develop meted As meaning Only Union ment of the War. It would be sup Dit ional surrender for Finland or flour to retaliate for ruins with Cabinet members were pictured with ruins. The sense of Retalia Ming tha completely Unac Tion will find quite a different eatable preferring to fight on if at a time when the secret service was searching Washington for the Man after receiving word from his wife of his intention which a secret service official said he attributed to Quot electrodes running through my mad line that she was engaged secret service agents who told War not connected i the Story said the Man is Walter re Cut of town and was awaiting his return. Alarmed and disturbed by the Lemr mrs but told Michigan authorities of it. Word was re. A cd to tile secret service Here priv ing on november 13. Tics had advised his wife of the hotel where he was staying and agents went there while other began a search bout the White House neighbourhood. Meantime however Best had run afoul of the capitals traffic regulations. He started across 9th Street at a Quot n a some blk kit away from the White House a without regard for traffic signals and traffic of fitter h. W Estes continued on Page two big standing army foreseen new York. Den 3a the United states May rr.ain-.,in a is inning armed Force of 2.500.000 men at the close of the a. Donald h. Davenport chief of the employment Outlook Branch of the Bureau of labor statistics told the society for the advancement of management today. In outlining the complexities of he postwar labor program a the a s. Department of labor views it. Davenport said that 8, 500.000 members of the armed tortes would be Back on the labor Market and that Tempo Ary a proceeded to give him a employment of approximately 6,-because of bests abusive Langut 000.000 was to be expected age. Estes took Nim to a precinct the Mas migration of 5,000.000 station where it was discovered War workers from their native that he was the Man service agents j Inland communities to coastal i ill in buy Christ is Ste a was blown up tonight in a huge the goal of the dinner meeting explosion Deer bed As one of the was set at a one person from each most serious acts of sabotage yet and surprising expression spirit necessary even after the Axis Nan t club in the committed in Denmark. Ualle As w Ell As surrendered. Rally As Well As but 38. Former worker in Pontiac end Detroit mich., factories they it Aid he now is in is. Elizabeth s Hospital for the insane pending action by the United states attorney. As the officers told it be get left were Hunting. Areas will also represent an in Pontiac Mich november 2 and rest was not armed w Hen a employment problem of con seem \ cd Here november 3 and Reg tester but secret service gents Quence. Davenport said. He added estered at a hotel. Carlson said he said they found a loaded 38 Call that with the inclusion of the wrote to i wife telling he in Ber revolver and Odd Tiona armed forces the u. S. Now has tended to Quot get rid of Roosevelt Quot round of ammunition in his hotel 17,000,000 More persons at work but had found the president was room Quot than were employed in 1940
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