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Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Burlington, Iowa W eathers fair to partly Cloudy continued mild. Iowa s oldest newspaper established 1837 river�?7 feet 8 inches Down it Inch. The Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette volume 11, no. 140 phone 70 Burlington Iowa saturday december 4,1943 a a 10 pages one Section price�?6e Iran conference concluded Moscow says nazis tricked Leipzig hit Lon Ion up �?1the Raf bomber command tricking the germans with Well timed shift of Tare 5ent Mosquito roaring Over hed Berlin and heavy bombed fainting at the nazi capital last night a arks a army wedges into German line As the heavy bombers made Allied Headquarters Algiers their abrupt turn toward the up it a it. Gen. Mark w. Clarks South Swift 2-engined Mosquito 5th army has smashed a wedge darted in to strike selected targets in of German defences after the and keep the weary capital in heaviest artillery and Aerial bom Der siege for the second Succes bar dment of the italian Campaign then struck with de Sive night following 5 heavy bad pulverized Many Strong Vas Tating effect at the great Ger j blows. J Points and has driven ahead 2 trading and railway Center rail Yards smashed Miles along the via Catilina to Leipzig where 1,500 Long tons striking Well after Midnight in Ward Rome Headquarters an of explosives were unloaded. A Quick change of procedure the bounced saturday. The deception Drew off the heavy bombers dumped High sex the Algiers radio reported the majority of German night Plosives and incendiaries on Leip 5b army had taken the import Fichter which Rose once More zip is Industry and on her freight Tant town of Calabritto about 7 Rve Battle when a part of the already strained to the Niles Southwest of Mignano blockbusting squadrons headed for the expiring capital. 2s planes lost then just As the main attack seemed about to break Over Berlin the major armadas streaked southward 90 Miles and hit Leipzig for m where the nazis have More than 700000 population we fool and supplies Leipzig is one of the worlds j a Frog a the farthest Point of the air ministry which first announced that 24 bombers were missing from the night attack later corrected the figure to 23, a compared with the previous nights losses of 41 in the 1.500-ton attack on Berlin. Battered Berlin. How Ever did Sembly plants for not escape new destruction. Me-109s. Limit to accommodate russian-1 in the Adriatic front the Brit bound War traffic currently forced Isil 8th army knifing ahead to this Way by berlins mangled com Ward the a Aback door to Rome Mun cations. Approached the outskirts of san first reports from Crews Rev to 16 Miles below the port of turning from the 1,000-mile round Pescara and also swept up the trip told of a concentrated and towns of Lanciano Treglio or effective bombing of the City of i s�8na and Casoli. All in Inland country beyond the Sangro River. Largest railway terminals. Main Advance Inland is about 8 Miles rail lines from Regensburg Ber beyond the Sangro. Lin and Kassel intersect there and full scale offensive it is one of the gateways to the British and american troops j Eastern front. More than 20 firms it of the 5th army launched their there Are engaged in the Manu-1 Tull scale offensive on Mountain Fol met Quot u president Franklin d. Roosevelt facture of aircraft components and it also is the Home of As Ju-88s and new Britain japs menaced positions guarding both sides of the via Catilina a main Road to Rome thursday night it was disclosed. The assault aimed in the direction of Cassino drove the germans from the important Camino and Maggiore Heights West of Mignano front line dispatches said. These dispatches said the mightiest artillery barrage since Gen. Sir Bernard l. Montgomery broke the German Africa corps at Al Alamein in Egypt bellowed from the throats of hundreds of guns As the americans and Brit it by the associated press j possibility that the costly fight ish launched their offensive. Japanese Possession of Zieten for Tarawa in the Gilbert islands bitter fighting lire Huon Peninsula in Northeast-1aextremely bitter Fiche Ine run err. New Guinea was threatened might Lead to entirely new meth tiny a fria a Gay As saturday by the Advance of 2iods of assault on japanese Island the thrust carried into the Maze australian units battling to Clear defences was suggested in Wash of fortified positions dotting the that strategic sector for a pos in ton As delayed dispatches told slopes of 2,800-foot it. Camino sible invasion of new Britain is 0f development of a Strong 4 Miles Southwest of Mignano and Lari american base on the captured deeper into the Tough Mountain Veteran a Digger a troops have mid Pacific atoll. Country North and Northeast of Cap ured nearly half of the Penin. Interception Mignano. Sula coast and Are now pushing por the 10th successive Day Al considerable numbers of Pris Inland As Well. Only the narrow bombers encountered no in owners were taken As Clark s head Lampier Strait stands Between Emy interception Over Dougain quarters reported that the on Kuor and the lower extremity of Ville the last sizeable japanese Slaught was a proceeding Accord new Britain. Japan s major base folding in the Northern Solomons. Inf it to and the frontline air the Southwest Pacific. Two air Fields which the enemy counts said the 5th army now Une australian Force is closing Jad managed to repair were Ren holds Heights which provide of in on Ware. 11 Miles Northwest dered Iri Active again with 57 tons ser vation Over the enemy in the of coastal Finsch Hafen and the of to tombs. Anti aircraft fire Liri Valley below and beyond Cas juncture of Jungle trails forming the lire of japanese Retreat. A second unit advanced toward the Mountain redoubt of Ware. Law officers Young burglar so victims it. Dodge la. A the forces of Law and order held no terror for two 14-year-old burglars picked up Here by local police Friday night. They broke into the apartment that county attorney Ralph Bastian locked up when he joined the Navy a year ago and stole his overcoat Tuxedo jacket and his wife a fur coat. On 2 consecutive nights they entered the garage next to the City Hall where police store bicycles temporarily confiscated from Young traffic violators and stole 2 wheels which they sold to second hand dealers. Juvenile officer George r. D. Kramer declared the youths both on probation for earlier offences will go to the boys reformatory at Eldora As soon As the necessary District court Steps can be taken. Details to be Given later Tass states Moscow up a the russian people were informed saturday that their Premier marshal Stalin had left the country in the midst of the War and had held a momentous conference with president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill at Teheran in neighbouring Iran. The news of the conference which was generally supposed to have dealt with the most far reaching matters concerning not Only immediate battlefields but also matters of High political import was received with wholehearted Welcome by the russian people who acclaimed it As the Best sign yet of Ever growing Friendly relations among the 3 nations. The announcement that marshal Stalin had found time in the midst of his direction of the War Ito meet face to face with the chiefs of the 2 great Allied governments was conveyed to the russians by the soviet press in a Tass dispatch from Teheran. No details or comment the press confined itself to this Bare announcement by Tass that the Teheran meeting had been held and made no comment. But the radio repeated the news at frequent intervals and it became the topic of Conversa a scheduled Corn ceiling boost ution everywhere throughout the will mean no. 2 yellow Corn will j sof1 a tal. At on it of Washington put White House ment to make inquiries in Moscow have a ceiling of approximately the conference was contained a Tol it As to the circumstances of Public $1.06 in Burlington according to in a broadcast which said a a prime minister Winston Churchill Premier Joseph Stalin . Officials Are 4in dark foresee $1.06 Corn Price reporters today that he did not cation by the russian govern expect any announcement to be ment Agency of news of a Confer made soon on the results of the ence in Teheran and whether Roosevelt Churchill Stalin War such publication was a violation conferences at Teheran Iran. Of any agreed release Date. As i commenting on press and radio said last night this incident pm reports from abroad that some of Pha sizes the need of precise and Kial announcements were sex binding agreements Between the momentarily Early said representatives of All interested frankly i Don t see them As governments to make sure that j coming that _ quickly. If they news of International county conservation director a few Days ago in Teheran a Cen a. Cotton. Ference took place Between the the ceiling boost will be state leaders of the 3 Allied Powers wide w. C. Covington Des president Roosevelt prime Mims Moines regional Grain specialist ter Churchill and Premier Stalin for the office of Price adminis diplomatic and military representation said. Natives took part in the Confer the office of economic Stabil ence. Iza Tion in Washington reportedly a at the conference questions has approved a hike in the Corn on the conduct of the War against were i think i would know about i 1fairly Quot handled with Quot ceiling from $1.07 to $1.16 a by Germany were discussed As Well 1 bombers Active Allied bombers continued to trains Auto crash 3 die i Multan Ous release in All coun Davis surprised tries. That this can be done is when his attention was called proved by the successful handling to a statement by Elmer Davis. News the recent Moscow director of the office of warm conference it formation expressing Surprise Over the official Moscow announcement that the Quot big 3�?� had met and agreed on military and Shel in the Chicago Price of no. 2 As a number of political ques yellow. Formal announcement is tons. Expected through opa. A corresponding decisions were the ceiling has been varying adopted which will be made pub according to Cotton depending Ilc later a re i a it Rwy Lupon freight rates to markets i item atom Likely t in Ali t to Rah and has ranged from 97c to London a up a the Moscow i expect to consult with Bren-s1 Harp radio announced saturday that Dan Bracken and As occasion a i Don t think there is any Vaneous disclosure in the other Al agencies other governments As lied capitals. Early said to measures which we May recommend to our superiors to pre now the Long awaited Stalin Roose conference has political questions without Simul requires it the information i to the ate where the velt Churchill agencies of other governments As a n the state where concluded at Teheran j to measures which we May rec-1iarmers wont get at least to we know nothing about downed one dauntless div bomb Simk hammering of ssh 5 ul6 sule Quot department to mkt a which cause a quite avoidable in or through w of Lima for a a big a a juries into the official soviet ter National irn tation. Raced0 8est gain placed a deep wedge Fri Massillon crowded Agency a announcement of earlier in the week the Reuters fighting rage the germans secondary defences Pennsylvania passenger train the conference. News Agency prior to any official and outside the City of Changten severing Highway route without i speeding from Chicago to Pitts a Milienu to our Suu tors to Ore Covington said. From ail it was expected Qixiu cuu u our superiors to pre Hothi is the that historic decisions applying vent repetition of such incidents formation we Nae. This is in. Hatt wipe a no last ceiling change to expect be Down 10 the Hattie Reid and to fore the 1944 crop is the Ufa. Livestock feeders political questions would be made Public very soon. The declaration which will toe of new Britain where Tova forces m the Central to maintain a line anywhere near Sion landings might be made in the drive to neutralize if not i China Nee Bow. The Sangro. Aerial activity -------0-------- Jala surely present faltering Germany asks inquiry j release a distributed a report of Hoice of sur Timu Ujiie i Davis said that an it official an the conference at Cairo in which seen to eng. Ine 1 Eevers Render of or certain bloody Deleat a Grade crossing near Here Friday nou Cement Here must come from president Roosevelt prime the midst rot hoc by history a greatest land and air smash at japanese bases on the Ltd hhl.0 t0 encircle which the enemy could not Hope Burgh smashed an automobile at Quot a Grade crossing near Here Friday 1--------- Tom in the my boo Muu a. Night killing 3 persons and then the White House. He added in re ister Churchill and Generalissimo Wanico offensive awaited Only completion j j Wplf Thip Farr apr mi11 i cd Cli was rammed in the rear by an spouse to a question that he had Chiang Kai Shek participated. A e a Coria of arrangements for its Siguitan Reci a assault the Island s Bat in contrast to the chinese com the air forces of both the Al other passenger train in a wreck no information about the Confer Davis made Strong protests to in a Zmyj it eos release at All three capitals. Tired stronghold of Rabaul. Bor-1 Munique the Tokio radio claimed Jeg and germans intensified which injured 25 persons and de ence Gen Bay was the latest target of japanese troops completed occur Beir efforts to help the Strug railed 2 coaches. I Davis statement in part formation Oer the Reuters re More than 50 Mitchells. Pation of Changten Friday after gang ground troops and the re the victims were identified have asked the state depart i port. Aside from China there was a a bitter fight. One japanese unit suit wag numerous Aerial Battles tentatively by Highway patrol of a a filers As Franklin l. Ralston. 52, t 1 1 of of of near Kilbuck Ohio Driver of Fiji Xiluo 311 1 Kyj Ltd Bracken British minister of in fall a Hoss Han by of it link a a to feeders elsewhere Lull in ground action elsewhere commander was quoted As saying Over front lines. In the Pacific theater but Allied we have never met such resist p be separate formations flyers gave the enemy no respite Ance from the enemy since the enemy planes were intercepted the automobile his wife 50and in he Solomons. Shanghai operations. De it Moines up a the democratic state Central committee Diin it used but took no action on a the Frank Comfort matter a Tate chairman Jake More said jury will hear j wire briefs Comfort Story Over the 8th army front and the j miss Jean e. Fiber 16, of port Allied fighters shot Down 6 planes age lakes Ohio and damaged 2 others. A total of i output grows Rev. Kennan gets official notice state agents grab pair with liquor British and american authorities were understood to be in conference on the arrangements. Opening gun in nerve War Moscow a broadcast that the conference actually has been. 1 held was the opening gun of what chief r. W. Is expected to be the biggest bar 11 German planes were destroyed cd All o in various Aerial actions to the Quot octet cd All out j Washington up a new records Des Moines up of. B. Dickin loss of one by the allies. Of Jyo wounded in the production of warships and planes were set in novem delayed More than Ber and the rate of output is son amp co. Of Des Moines will be a medium Light and fighter a Gin construction next week of 50 bombers gave a continuous , treated in a a a Dill houses for defense workers at pm a Dir to German positions in hmm a during pirate j6 increasing in Tempo. Ton St 3 total cot of 3p and n63r the b3ttl�, front ul6 up after ni3rin6s struck tails by the end of the Mont i 3pprox Des Moines Baltimore up a the Rev. Pm no to Vergall of the state Bureau of rage armed by the allies at est Victor Kennan. Rector of pm Timi Ija investigation said Sarsur the apprehensive Axis in a nerve Manuel Church Baltimore re Thomas Dawson War offensive. Cei Ved official notification Satur a a a Ern operator aa<1 Raymond As a result of the thursday Day of his election As episcopal Man were arrested at Musca night broadcast by u. S. Sen. Bishop of the diocese of Iowa but tine Ray Nib on charges of Tom Connally and the subsequent did not indicate whether he would Ega a in Jorng liquor mt0 Moscow announcement that the accept the Bishopric. Of it a rom nols conference actually had been held. He said he had written to the state agents seized an Automo the decisions doubtless will be proximately $250,000, the film an an ammunition truck and shot up Gilbert islands bastion mately 85.800 1943 Model p War Rev. Jesse d. Griffith Davenport bile containing 6 cases of whisky published earlier than originally Quot a big Mobile gun. And of the entire group Only 4 died planes will have rolled off the As and Harry Schoen. Des Moines and a Quantity of wine and Sloe intended. Bounced saturday. In addition american Liber-1 despite the fact that japanese Sembly lines and the goal for it new York up a Carlos \ Vejara actors attacked the Casale air snipers were hidden in the Pill next year will be raised to about aft or the committee met sat no y Cassina described by the drome near Rome and american Box at the time it. Herman r. 1115,000. Notification committee members to express his appreciation and to Gin Nebergall said adding that j considerations for the safety this was the fourth Load picked Premier marshal Joseph Sta ask them to Grant him time to up in that territory this week. A j Lin. President Roosevelt and prime Urdaz. More Naid the committee 1 Federal Bureau of investigation As Mitchells and War Hawks bombed a Nikart 29, user. Of Meno i the accelerating Pace of plane consider whether he should act Dawson Nebergall asserted. Minister Churchill the main Rea. ,. Of the in Etc of is Honik and split in j o k. Pant or in Tinno blk Noc Troto Voe Norlo i in xxx i1v> Inoch a la dlr or or voted $15-a-plate the a ening of feb. 26. To have its customary a Cousin of the Spanish Duke of the ports of Sibenik and split in Minee it mich., and 3 indefatigable production reached a total of late Jackson Day dinner Jalba. Was arrested saturday at Yugoslavia in separate attacks. Navy medical corpsmen worked g 7g9 for november or one every his Home on a charge of acting at Sibenik an important base the entire stretch without sleep5 minutes the web announced As an unregistered foreign agent for German operations against administering to fallen and Lane builders needed wednesday at a meeting of Ifor Satorv for Frank j Jugoslav guerrillas a direct hit one Jap sniper was killed and. A maintain their a a sent in we a parishes in Davenport. Louisa county. National London go charges that the was made on one vessel and other the other., head smashed with a a it it 0f increase a to. A a a a Rifle butt. Mark a december. A month Washington a Imp it a on Ort. Democratic National London a charges that the a from Iowa said Spanish government had supplied ships were damaged. A Urdaz he had come to Wash German submarines in Spanish in ton to place at the disposal Waters advised them of move cent or continue his pastorate has been picked up with loads of son for delaying an announce Here. Liquor before and Ohman former ment. Were obviated by the mos the Rev. Or. Kennan was elect by served a term in the state re cow radio statement. It said the larceny from Heads of the 3 great Allied Powers met a a few Days the grand jury All inform i ment of Allied convoys and p2cce t it a he has in connection with an j bombs in British ships in Span a Quiry resulting from a con a ish ports Are made in open be Ste Sonal investigation of the ters by Jose Maria Gil Robles Cir Buster aeronautical Corpora curating in Spain according o to. I information reaching London from insure that the Justice de inside that country. 1 ment was investigating the _ Isi Tion of a $65,000 fund Al i Washington p jpy inter reds Advance near Shlobin London up it a red army troops 5iuuu i d Tuuu a t t 1 hoc toll run a Muumuu we a a to have been mixed in 1940sectary Ickes Nas com _ sloshing Forward through knee. A a a a j Brin Irine the total Hullt to by 4 aircraft companies seeking of a a is Story deep Snow and mud were closing communique said More than 100 Plet 0ff Are Vii a bad to the. Revenue act a a Rof the loss of a a 2 dire tons a Urda a on pm a it a pm a a overrun in 1�&Quot, a ulv German railway network Northwest of Gomel and the army total for 1943 is 76.876 planes. At the same time it was announced by Secretary of the Navy Knox that a about a dozen new aircraft carriers of All types were among the record Quarter million tons of naval Craft turned out last month. By this week end. Knox said the 1943 program of 260 new de Stroyer escort vessels will be com a their taxes was made by so a Tont ova a coat production Shlobin. Important German held fridays steady Advance. Key j Quot to whether the in , Man Vinson . Of the strikes 1 rail and communications Hub at Points taken in this 2-pronged Lul Ilia a Larivon often lot i in in speculation on Parley Washington a up a of the meeting a the armies Gen. George c. Marshall report action to shorten the War by of Russia will be strengthened edly chosen to head the staff As weeks or months and probably and her Campaign will be but Allied global commander will go a dramatic ultimatum to the dressed and directly from the Middle East con German people to throw off fas j second front topic i Terence to England to begin his cism and surrender or else face j beyond a doubt How Ever one momentous tasks destruction Are the explosive req the major topics of discussion i item atom to Germana suits expected from the Confer iwas the projected Anglo Ameri expectation that the Roosevelt ence of president Roosevelt Jmaj invasion of Western Europe Hurchiel stain statement will be. Prime minister Churchill and which the russians have been last in effect directed to the Man \ Inson . Of the through miners strikes. House naval affairs committee on oct 30. He committee at that time re he made this statement it was the juncture of the Gomel Minsk drive aimed at enveloping Zhilo the weather Learned saturday in asking for a and Leningrad Odessa railways bin were Sver Jen and Dovsky to $3,550,000 special supplemental in White Russia. 1 the North and Slota Novka and red a statement from rep. Appr0priation to carry out a plan Par to the South other soviet Sarava Rudnyai to the South Grant -r.-ind. F saying he read ai0f allocating available Coal sup forces plunged deeper into Ger West f Ern ment report that $30,000 of plies this Winter. The Senate sub main lines West of air Dnieper Dnieper Bend fund went to Comfort. Committee on deficiency approx River Bridgehead below Kremen in the Dnieper Bend. Comfort dictated this state privations approved the amount. Rry ent a. Counterattacks aimed at the up their Way Westward 15 Miles from j so Ndu it. Some few Days ago i was and Allied head qua lers Algiers a River soviet positions in the Cher their Kremenchug Bridgehead to temperature Toni wet 25 eluded the dozen completed in november was not made Clear. Soviet for Burlina Toa and Vicinity i fair surging almost from the Dav that pen pee grows out of the c fact that the German run in this was Washington a reaction the United states was Precipio act t the germans can no to the Moscow radio announce rated into War 2 years ago next Ger escape facing the military ment that the a big 3�?� had com tuesday. J realities of their position. Even plated their extraordinary ses those most familiar with the a As to it of pfc it inst Atta cock on their cities a ions at Teheran Narf that a f Laminar Wun be Are step Jed up the time for in .10ns Ai Keneran Ana that a russian argument As already statement would he issued later Aslon relentlessly approx Hes. Statement would be issued later presented to Allied statesmen an outlining the military and Noli-1? f pc russian armies Are surging for my a a of timing Ine military Ana Poi military leaders believe that Sta a ,4v> chug and hurled Back fierce troops were said to have blasted in temper iture tonim5 a cd ucal decisions reached. A a a Ward in h t ea-1. And in the South v that i might be invited to in amp a first it. Ronald Ash Kasy area a russian commune reach novo Georgievsky the 20 decree. Outlining the military and poli military leaders believe that Sta War it in i visions reached. A Lin and i military advisor n Quot a _ a a in an is military a Iser. British and american forces Are intense interest stressed the necessity of invasion driving powerfully into Central probably no pronouncement of As the Only Means of forcing vie Italy this War has been awaited with torn at a reasonably Early Date j behind these facts which hit such intense and worldwide inter on the other hand the Anglo Ler s censorship cannot hide is the est for to the extent that it american position has been and intensification of suffering that appear before the grand jury in Mead of Ottumwa la., Pilot of a que Sai movement apparently was design weather n at a bating the Aero p-38, is among the american air a unmentioned to relieve the pressure on Ltd. S. Lar Raul i it he be 4=21 nautical matter. I immediately men who have been credited with mention in the soviet units in the Cherkass Sal p. M. Tod., i f ered to place at the disposal shooting Down planes to the so to Utteg develop. 70 Miles to the North Here j11i j a he grand jury All the informs cent heavy Aerial fighting at the five bulge where numerous Quot of a counter thrusts it a i n . _ it a which i had at my command. Italian front Headquarters an astride newly were repulsed according to the Brimie to a. Tim. And nature of the Riillo adequate oreo Aratoon. I air. In Washington for that bounced saturday. He was credit Gejo trans sit Monde new soviet communique and hundreds we. I. Be and Nav Urc of Yie Ulk adequate i . The time would appear to be right p pose red with an fw-90. Sten on the o f. Rmer sen. Clyde l. Herring. _ a i kor Stovka rail Junction 21 in a a ted.,Iowa Democrat foreshadows action on the fight ing fronts and in the Battle of nerves it May furnish Clear clues Lyde r herring. The War Dee but Berlin broadcasts said 7 said Friday he Washington up it a the Var a Rlaph of Miles East of Znamenak and the grand jury apartment has disclosed that 2nd Ere had m Klochkov were reported in soviet lest to a present it. Chester b Hanson. It. A e facts regarding the part he Dodge. A. And s sgt. Frank r. Iowa fair to partly Cloudy not a jury Par Wicus i importance in that rain soaked or real much Chan a to temperature sat a prese tilt. Chester b Tian it on. Re. Annn hands after heavy fighting. Kea urday night and sunday except Nart he Dodge. A. And s sgt. Frank r. Area Iorine a i a hours. Army troops were said to be Shell f in Btry colder in extreme North i Ppd in can no Ari nor to am and Whitehead or. Marshalltown Are Gen. Constantine Rokos Sov ing Znamenak key to German get a portion saturday Nicht it Rikh hem As prisoners of War by oar j so. White and troops we re communication fair to parti Good congressional approval. A Nany. 32 mighty blows nov in preparation against the fortress of Europe. A hint that even greater offensives on the russian front it self May be in store came from chairman Connally . Of the Senate foreign relations com much pm e m said in a Huo and in it sorted raising havoc with the the Kiev bulge and Dnieper Bend. Saturday night and sundav.11 Idress thursday night that As a probably was at Teheran that Winter brings and the fact that any attempt to open a second German morale must be at its front would be suicidal without lowest toward the Winters end. Illy adequate preparation. The time would appear to be right the Aerial onslaught against for an Appeal to whatever reason Berlin already has aroused spec i the germans have left. Elation that direct preparation for invasion May be under Way. One phase of the second front political issues political issues dealt with by the big 3. Washington speculates. Preparation the formation of a included both the larger matters joint British american staff to i of International organization to rect it is in Progress and Many secure peace after the War and informed persons Here expect that speculation. Page 7�?

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