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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Canandaigua, New York Ration dates n \ Kish Oitim Coupon exp. Feb. H no. Mimi to r coup. Expires a Lim is a la t k rec ii coupons exp. Hee. A i ii la a k Brown coup. Exp. Lice. I i., i Brown stump exp. Inn i Al county paper the weather mostly Cloudy and slightly warmer tonight with occasional Light Snow. Sunday fair and Caid Atta established Iii 1797. Vol. 146.�?no. 285.canandaigua, n. Y., saturday december 4, 1943. Single copy four Centi plan to shorten War expected at meet Leipzig hit by 1,500 tons o f bombs world Waits for i announcement of Berlin gets respite in night blow 25,000 army officers no longer needed to resume civilian lives Lckes fears unparalleled fuel crisis stars and stripes on Tarawa London apr tile Rae giving Berlin a temporary respite switched its attack to Leipzig last night and dropped approximately 1,500 tons of explosives and incendiary bombs on that big Industrial Center the air ministry announced today. Tho assault on Leipzig a com Munique disclosed followed a feint attack on Berlin which Drew off the enemy s tighter defences. The main Force of heavy bombers thou swung Awny to the South and headed for their primary targets. Quot first reports indicate the bombing was concentrated and the bulletin said. Speedy Mosquito bombers made a quirk Stab at Berlin in conjunction with the Leipzig raid and mines also were Laid in enemy Waters while lighters slashed tit enemy airfields Over a wide Aren Twenty four bombers and one fighter were listed As missing in the night s operations. Reds close in on rail Center Washington Are an estimated 25,000 Oilie Erst whose services the army no longer needs soon will be returned 0 civilian life it was Learned today while another 25,000 will be shifted from administrative positions to operations jobs. New Marks set in warship and plane output urls came out of a Niewot this week behind the Clos of the House military a with Brig. Gen. Miller London pm red army troop. I sloshing Forward through knee deep Snow and mud were closing in from two directions today on i Shlobin. Important German held j rail and communications Hub atthe juncture of the Gomel Minsk and Leningrad Odessa railways in it White Russia. Far to the South other soviet j forces plunged deeper into German j lines West of their Dnieper liver Bridgehead below Kremenchug. And i hurled Back fierce counterattacks i aimed at the up River soviet posh tons in the Cherie a area a Kus Sian communique said. There was no mention in the so j Viet bulletin regarding developments in the Kiev bulge where the germans sit astride newly recaptured Zhitomi and kit most on on the Leningrad Odessa line hut Berlin broadcasts said there had been no close of major importance in that rain soaked area for the past 30 hours. Washington act a new records in the production of warships and planes were set in november and the rate of output is increasing in Tempo. By the end of this month approximately 85,800 1043 Model warplanes will have rolled off the Assembly lines and the goal for next year j Likely will be raised to about 115 too. One livery five minutes tie accelerating Pace of plane production reached a total of 8,789 for november or one every five minutes the War production Board i announced yesterday and plane builders need Only to maintain their present rate of increase to j top the 9.000 Mark a at the Sam it time cod by Secretary Knox that Quot about aircraft carriers of i among the record the to ing held cd doors comm it t g. White assistant Chiel of staff in charge of personnel. The reduction in officer strength from approximately 650,000 to 600.000 was made possible committee sources said by a cutback in the planned enlisted1 strength of the army from 8,200,000 men to 7,600.000 by the end of 1943 and a shitting of emphasis from to operational activities its training and procure Prog rams Well Over the he army finds it sell with a of administrative officers abundance of held leaders present and projected re in december it was a noun of the Navy a dozen new All types were Quarter million turned out last Trainin. With Merit Hump i surplus and an to meet quit Emerit s. The officers to he discharged will be men Over the draft age who were As specialist.-, and officers called from retirement Early in the War when there was a shortage of men with army administrative ability. None of those returned to civilian life will be mop who otherwise might be drafted. Surplus officers of draft age will be retrained for other duties for which replacements May he necessary in the future. Was Calls for King s return in Spain London pm a charges that the Spanish government had supplied German submarines in Spanish Waters advised them of movements of Allied convoys and placed bombs Iii British ships in Spanish Porta Are made in open letters by Jose Matin Gil Robles circulating ill Spain according to inh mation reaching London from inside that country. Gil Robles former Leader of the federation of rightist fart ie.?, now living in Portugal was said to demand in the letters that Generalissimo Francisco Franco resign and that the monarchy be restored so that Spain will not sit at the peace table a on the Bench of the final decree Kait Reno Nev. I Doris Duke Cromwell 30-year-old tobacco i of tune Heil Ess. Probably will go before District judge William Mcknight within the next 20 Days for her final divorce decree from James la. La Cromwell former i s. Minister to Canada her attorney William Woodburn said. Gandhi a Wipf ill Bombay pm the government disclosed today that mis. Mohandas k. Gandhi wife of the Indian nationalist Leader had suffered two heart attacks during the past week but said Ber condition was improving. 1 tons of naval Craft j month. By this weekend. Knox said the i 1943 program of 260 new destroyer escort vessels will be completed bringing the total built to around 300. He previously had said the j Navy has 40 carriers of All types la i whether these included tie j dozen comp red in november not made Clear. Plan swifter traffic meanwhile the House naval committee reported out a Bill author i ing the additional expenditure of $235,060,000 on West coast naval i installations to Speed the flow of j men and materials to Pacific War i zones. Doce Liber Plain production add cd to the eleven month total of 76. 1 876 already rolled up. Would bring the years total to at least 85,876 i and the annual rate of production i to about 108.000 planes a year. This would be far Short of the i original 1943 schedule of 112.000, j planes a which never was offi i Chilly announced and which has i i been revised downward several j times a hut web chairman Don i Ald m. Nelson revealed that in november air planes rolled off the Assembly lines at a rate Only three per cent behind the current schedule. Among them were More than l-000 heavy four engined bomb is including an unspecified number of the new b-29 super bombers. Landon opposes two party plan Washington up Alf m. Landon today derided informal proposals that both major parties adopt similar foreign policy planks in their 1944 platforms declaring that Quot candidate Roosevelt does t stand still Long enough for the democratic policy to be defined. Tile 1936 Republican presidential nominee speaking to the party a Quot freshmen members of the u. S. Senate called for 1 a vigorous expression of re publican Aims for the postwar world to combat what lie called Quot the danger of a Drift towards one party in our 2 constant prodding by the g. P. Members of Congress into the administrations conduct of government affairs congressional Quot checking up Quot of All legislation and bureaus operating under it to Quot protect the rights of the Washington Are Interior Secretary Lckes has told Congress that the country faces a fuel crisis unparalleled in its history tis a result of the loss of 40,000,000 tons of Coal p r o cd u c t i o n through miners strikes. He made this statement it was Lea tied today in asking for a $3,-530,000 special supplemental appropriation to Cany oui a plan of re Iocent Bier a viable Coal supplies this Winter i a Senate sub committe on deficiency appropriations approved the Amouli. Favors District offices Dit id allocation offices would be set ii in 05 cities under Lckes plan. In a letter to the subcommittee lakes office said the latest Serries of striker in late october and Early november Cut Coal production of 30.000,000 ton during earlier work stoppage glowing out of Hie contract dispute Between John l. Lewis United mine workers end operators. Quot this presents i fuel crisis unparalleled in tin history of the country a a the letter said. Quot tit s further loss at this time of your necessitates an almost thoroughgoing allocation of Coal. Allocation will involve such diversions of Coal As May be necessary to meet the most critical needs. Urges conservation Quot critical needs can to met Only by such diversions and allocations and the thorough understanding by Consumers of the need for every possible conservation. A the situation requires the setting u it of offices in about 65 strategic cities throughout the production Fields and Iii consuming areas i x x. These offices x x will act upon information received from various sources to alleviate Supply shortages by direct and local action where District advisory boards would assist the fuels administration s personnel under the allocation am. Decisions reached Washington apr military action to shorten the War by weeks or months and probably a dramatic ultimatum to the German people to la Row off fascism and surrender or Cise lace destruction Are the explosive results expected from tile conference of president Roosevelt prime minister a a Churchill and marshal Stalin. As the smoke of Batt e clears on Tarawa marines raise the Star and sir i using a Palm tree As a ii in Pom. Japan scentral Bacliff def ii is were cracked with the taking of the tiny atoll in the Gill wire photo from Marine corps. Two trains and Auto in crash up Massillon o. To a crowd Chi Pennsylvania passenger train i speeding from Chicago to Pitts-1 Burgh gnashed an automobile at a Grade crossing near Here last night killing three person and then was rammed in he rear by Aneth More Public Hunting grounds promised by White laps released from internment Camps new York Ltd about 25,000 a Puliese americans already have been release i from internment says National director Dillon s. Myor a of the War relocation authority and More than 65,000 o hers Are scheduled for release. In making the announcement yesterday. Myer said the japanese americans were being released at the rate of 2,000 a month and urged the Public to receive them As Quot int worthy workers and Tosi a a t Bree White potato is fourths water. More than Congress May drop soldiers vote Bill Washington to it propelled by to bipartisan Senate coalition Congress appeared headed today toward Early passage of legislation retaining in the states alone the right to say which among the nation s 10,000,000 unify titled men and women ate qualified to vote in next years presidential election. A measure calling on tile states to facilitate Absentee voting among service personnel at Home and abroad went to the House with the voice vote approval yesterday of the Senate and proponents claimed sufficient votes within the Houe i elections committee to report it tact to the Moor. Rooks of by rewritten san Francisco to the japanese in the dutch East indies arc going to rewrite the schoolbooks to fit their propaganda Amis reports Aneta. Netherlands now Agency. Bomber Pilot asks for just one More trip does t come Back mop War met met tiny f it t is. A t \ sat a United states bomber station somewhere in England bib when Captain William r. Mcpherson jr., of Eagle Bur tex., finished his tour of combat duty with the eighth air Force As a flying fortress Pilot lie told his commanding officer Quot look i done to Warta quit. I came Over Here to ii ghz. Germans. The Only Way i can fight germans is to try forts Over Germany and drop bombs. In a not interested Iii counting missions but in lighting germans a All that led up to a request that he be allowed to make it least five More raids. His colonel who had picked Mac As his assistant operations officer a ground jobs reluctantly agreed. Ironically Mac did t come Hack from his very next raid. His bomber Quot fearless Fosdick fourth Quot was one of the sixty american heavies reported missing from the attack on hitlers vital Hall bearing factory at Schweinfurt on get. Ii. Mae s damaged bomber wine Down Lor a forced Landing was seen leaving the Squadron he led soon alter the target was blasted. As he spiralled earthward under control he dipped hts wings in Farewell to his pals. And through the window of the pilots cockpit he waved his hand in a cheery goodbye. Syracuse to conservation commissioner John a. White promises new York sportsmen More Public Hunting grounds. White in an address prepared tor a state conservation Council conference today also favored 1. State cooperation with Farmers in soil conservation districts. 2. Greater c centralization of he Asnat hatching and rearing opt rat ions. 3. More reforestation. I. Continuance of All fish hatcheries. White announced revision of the states policy governing its 16 wildlife refuges. Tho new plan Calls for breaking up the Large no Hunting areas into More Public Hunting grounds leaving Small scattered Refuge zones to insure maintenance of seed Stock of vat ions game. To air who also favored Purchase of additional Public Hunting i11 grounds with the conservation i fund or the Federal Pittman Rob i Yertson Tho commissioner disclosed to j will recommend a program for co i operation with Warniers Iii soil con a salvation districts a Many of the i soil erosion problems which Throat on our Good farm lands arise to said Quot in Hilltop lands beat adapted to reforestation and development or Public Hunting while urged sportsmen in each county to centralize pheasant hatching and rearing operation through pooling allotments of eggs Chicks and funds lie said Many Small operations were Quot total failures for want of propel equipment and experienced the commissioner disclosed the state will resume Large scale tree planting in nurseries and buy More land for reforestation or passenger train in a wreck j Northcut. Which injured 2&Quot persons and derailed two Cordies. Tile victims were identified tentatively by Highway patrol officers As Franklin l. Ralston. 52, of near Kilbuck of. Drivel of the automobile his wife 50. And miss Jean e. Fiber 16, of Portage lakes o. The injured none Bur critically were taken to hospitals Here patrol Corpora ii. C. Toyer said that after the fir t Section of Pennsylvania a Liberty limited s Ruck rat tones automobile a the Engineer John de venny 65, of Bellevue pa., sent his flagman out to guard the rear of the train. The fireman r. L. Smith of Wellsville. O., suffered cracked Libs in. The sudden the second Section of the Liberty Lim e i a was unable to Stop a Glover added Quot and smashed into the rear of the Iii St train telescoping it engine five feet into the lad Ling car on he l in St strategic Jap base tottering Southwest Pacific Allied Headquarters up Warco strategic juncture of Jungle trails forming the line of japanese ret. Vat is toileting before australian forces pressing a Campaign to drive the enemy from Tho Huon Peninsula of Orn new Guinea. Aussie Clements advancing from the South have reached a Point within half a mile of the native Village and old Mission station after investing the outlying set Lemont of Kuranko. Simultaneously a second australian Force made fro ii Progress against Ware a Mountain redoubt resembling captured Sattelberg by pushing along a River Hank from captured Bonga. Live Miles a Aff on Tho coast. We Roo is More than to Miles Northwest of Finsch halon. Americans drive wedge into nazi line in Italy Allied Headquarters Al j Gie is up a Lieut Gen. Mark w. I Clarks fifth army has smashed a wedge into the German defences j after the heaviest artillery and Aerial bombardment of the italian Campaign had pulverized Many j Strong Points and has driven ahead blows now two Milos along the via Cassilina i tilt toward Rome Headquarters it was announced today. On the Adriatic front the British i a huh army approached the out i Man Connally skirts of san Vito. 16 Miles below the port of Pescara and wept up four towns All in Inland country beyond the Sangro Lidge. Asks for bigger tax on spending i Washington Span anti ill lation program calling for great. Or taxation of spending less taxation of savings and compulsory savings through Purchase of War Bonds was submitted to the Senate finance committee today by Irving Fisher professor emeritus of economics at Yale University. The economist renewed his suggestion that the income tax Law be amended a to tax oily that part of i income which in Speni on consumption of goods and take off All taxes on the rest of income that is the part which is and invested. Quot of we do not Check spending and Stop checking saving we cannot escape drastic he told the committee which is con Diering the new $2,140,000,000 tax Bill. Helicopter called no family Olivver lessons Learned in Tarawa capture new York up Glover to oiling helicopter chairman of the National aeronautic advisor committee Assi i to it will he at least five or ten years before the helicopter becomes a common family Olivver. Quot As things stand today Quot he declared in a Lect me Ai the Brooklyn Academy of music last night a the helicopter is an even More professional apparatus than the air plane and not at ail a vehicle la he placed in the hands of the Public. Quot All 1 by is talk that the helicopter is to he flown by everyone from grandma to the tired Busine c Nan right after the War. For suburban commuting shopping and going to til movies is Heinso Hurt fully overdone that a must Call a halt to Jtj a Siu no. Ton to a possibility hat entirely new methods of assaulting japanese Island strongholds in the Pacific May have to be developed Alose today As expert conned the lesions of Tarawa. It took 2,900 tons of explosive millions of rounds of machine gun bullets 1,026 Amel Jean killed and. 2,557 wounded o exterminate the japanese who held a mile Square spot of land in the Gilbert Island a a re up ,. I new York to the japanese bad limit then pm Ruhh iad Lutio must Lovide the. Placements and Trong Points Down i nation s rubber supp�?T.for possibly two years Fleith russians overjoyed about Teheran meet Moscow let the russian people were informed today that. Premier marshal Stalin had left the country in the midst of the War my had held a momentous conferred with president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill at Teheran in Iran. News of the conference which was generally supposed to have dealt with the most tar reaching matters concerning not Only in j Media e battlefields but also mat i Era of High political import was received with wholehearted it i t ome by the russian people who acclaimed it As the Hest sign yet of ver glowing Friendly relations. Mon the three nations. The announcement that marshal Stalin had found time in the midst of his bijection of the War to it meet lace to face with two great Allied conveyed to the soviet press Iii i rom Teheran the chiefs of the governments was russians by the a Tass dispatch Banks on synthetic rubber after War Soldier to find sadness on leave convicted in slaving Georgetown Del. To warrant officer Carl moulding 38 found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of i fellow warrant officer John h. Worthin toil today faced possible imprison mein of one to 3�?T Veals. Tile state charged that Moulin la kilted Worthington following a Quat re in which the latter ecu de his wife mrs. Elaine Brown Worthington 23, of being intimate with Moulin in. Into the Flat terrain of be to i land at Tarawa in Many eases setting i the structures Almo it flush with i he ground. That these structures weep of immense strength is attest a i by the fact that they with Tood wha Secretary of the Navy Knox says was the most intense bombing and is oiling in the history of warfare. The personnel that manned them lived in some part through the bombardment o pour a murderous fire into the americans a they Batty in a their Way ashore. A terrific Xmas shopping foreseen War in the opinion of John l Coll yer. President of the b k Goodrich co. Even after rubber Plantation Are retaken from Japan collyr1 declared at a Piess conference the United states should keep a nucleic. Of 150,000 tons of Capa try As insurance against another win and against pm ice gouging by natural rubber interests. Niagara Falls. N. It sad news awaits tvs. Ellis Borden a ski trooper who is Ell rout a Home from Camp Hale colo., on sick i a it his ii Day died thursday night ill a Hospital where his sister mrs. Beulah White is ill. To Den s wife and parents have attempted unsuccessfully to reach him in route., ,. I stepped ii his five months old daughter Glo-1 relentlessly a. Taken ill with influenza tue ,.�?T this was Washington a reaction to the Moscow radio announcement Liat the Quot big three had completed their extraordinary sessions at Teheran and that a statement would be issued later perhaps today outlining the military and political decisions reached. Tops in interest i probably no pronouncement of this War has been awaited with i such intense and worldwide interest. For to the extent that it fore a shadows action on the fighting. Fronts and in the Battle of nerves. It May furnish Clear clues to the time and nature of the mighty 1 in preparation against fortress of Europe. A hint that even greater offensives on the russian front itself May be in store came from chair a Tex of the Senate foreign relations committee who raid in a radio address thursday night that As a result of the big three meeting Quot the armies of Russia will be strengthened and her Campaign will be buttressed and beyond a doubt however one of 1 the major topics of discussion was the projected Anglo american invasion of Western Europe which the russians have been urging almost from the Day that the United states was precipitated into War j two years ago next tuesday. Galled Only Means those most familiar with the i russian argument As already pre sent cd if Allied statesmen and military leaders believe that Stalin and his military advisers stressed the necessity of invasion As the Only Means of forcing Victory at a reasonably Early Date. On the other hand the Anglo american position has been and probably was at Teheran that any attempt to open a second front would be suicidal without fully Ade quate preparation. This prepare i Tion must include the massing of overwhelming forces to throw across the Channel and the bomb ing of German Industrial Supply and transportation centers into a j state of paralysis. The Aerial onslaught against Ber i in already has aroused speculation that direct preparation for invasion May be underway. Not vet started when the time to drive Arofo the Channel actually is at hand. However this kind of rear area softening up must be followed by j concent lated Aerial bombardment of Tho potential invasion coasts of Fiance and Belgium an operation which has not yet started. 5 one phase of the second front preparation the formation of a joint British american stall to direct it is in Progress and Many informed per ions Here expect that general George c Marshall reportedly chosen to head the staff As Allied global commander will go directly from the Middle East con i in Rene is to England to begin his i momentous tasks. Derided Oil methods the Teheran meetings it is assumed decided on the methods of coordination to be used Between the High command on the Castelli front and Hie High command in Britain. This should provide maximum of conceited action probably through the assignment til Bai on officers and observers to the staff. Expectation that the Roosevelt Church Stalin statement will be at least in effect directed to Tho German people grows out of the fact that the germans Jinn no longer escape facing the military realities of their position. Even a bombing attacks on their cities a stepped up. The time for invasion approaches russian Ai Mies Are surging Forward in Tim East. And Iii the South British and american forces Are driving Jow Crl Lilly into Central Italy. In stores symbolize the no hour Battle hopping season which a i u ,r,.-s. Com terrific a Quot St Galbany zip Chubby mantas j Blo soloing out in countless new York a Christmas merchants to Geld Rig and Quot tie absolute peal in i oui with Early buying spurred by tile 1 Ner City for Early mailing o servicemen customers Are following j through with Advance Purchase i for the folks Al Home. Laps use native child As Decoy but it does t work with yanks fort Shafter Hawaii i ii a Kin is or Wax night and out of the darkness came u child s voice the american soldiers held their tin. I presently their lights shone on a j native Tinniey a Man his wife and n Small child advancing toward them but just behind holding bayonets at the family a Back came japanese soldiers. The americans let the natives get through ambushed the japanese from the sides and kilted them. The Story was related Here by major Gen. Ralph Smith of Tucson ariz., whose 27th division captured Makin. France convinced invasion imminent Madrid i i Paris correspondents of Madrid newspapers it in today that Fiance is Beta swept by the conviction thai Allied invasion is imminent. The correspondent of pliable dispatch to his newspaper Quot great movements of and British shipping troop t ration and an increase sedation flights Over Fra i basis for the belief. Clothing for u. A seas is now packed i Stead of Boatfi

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