Carroll Daily Times Herald in Carroll, Iowa
4 Dec 1943

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4 Dec 1943

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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Carroll, Iowa Rrt to a i up x t i ithe daily times Herald Quot tit vol. ,74�?no. 284 Carroll Iowa saturday december 4, 11 12�?six padres a lev or a by Carrier boy to Tho i Toro rare Tkv a till ski conto por Wood history making conferees a ? a 5th army ,a.s�?T Helcl. On Huon is cuts into nazi line artillery pounds the enemy just like Al Alamein America Roosevelt Britain s c Churchill i it Russia s Stalin Moscow reveals end of Parley radio announcement scoops London Washington Fly k. Daniel Londonjr a them it it scow radio announced today that the Long awaited Stalin Roosevelt Churchill co n f e rence has been concluded at Teheran. Iran and in London it was expected that historic decisions applying both to the Battlefield and to political questions would be made Public very soon. The declaration which will surely present faltering Germany the Choice of unconditional surrender or certain bloody defeat by history a greatest land and air offensive awaited Only completion of arrangements for its simultaneous release at All Throe capitals. British and american author yes were unde rat of to be in Nee on tin Arr ligaments opening gun Moscow s broadcast that the conference at tuft ily has been held was the opening gun of what is expected to be the biggest barrage yet aimed by the allies at the apprehensive Axis in a nerve War offensive As a result of the thursday night broadcast by in s senator Tom Connally and the subsequent Moscow announcement that tin conference actually had been held. The decisions doubtless will be published earlier than originally intended considerations for the safety of Premier Marsha i Josef Stalin president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill the main reason for delaying an announcement,1 were obviated by the Moscow radio statement it said the Heads of the three great Allied Powers met a a few Days the announcement made in an official Sovi t news Agency broadcast for provincial russian papers. Said \ few Days ago in Teheran a conference look place lad Ween tile leaders of the three Allied Power president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill Anil Premier Malin. Diplomatic and military apr resent at Ive took part in tin 11 conference. A at the conference question on tile conduct of the War against Germany were discussed a Well As a number of political questions. A corresponding decision were adopted which will be May the Public later. The Moscow Quot so poof it of Jyh. Event which had been expected since the que by a conference in August and the october meeting of in s. Secretary of state Cordell Hull British foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and soviet foreign commissar Vyacheslav Molotov in Moscow caught both official London and Washington Flat footed. Neither capital had any official news for immediate release. Full details later the soviet Monitor said that full details of the conference might be announced Between noon and i p. In. Central War time today Basing his prediction on the customary routine of the Moscow radio when announcing future broadcasts. Since he did not take into account any special arrangements which might have been made to release such an important announcement his prediction however was a purely personal observation. In the absence of an official communique it was believed that a head Steps probably will Stem from the conference i. A formal ultimatum to the German people to Over throw Hitler and his nazis or take the Brunt of the growing Allied War Power. 2. Bigger Aerial blows on Germany so it Dally Berlin. 3. The promised second front involving Allied land operation on the greatest scale synchronized with development on the Eastern front and in the Mediterranean. Decisions on the diplomatic front might include 1. A hid to Axis satellites to abandon Berlin. 2. A plan for the occupation and dicing of Germany. 3. A Broad outline on How the Hace Mil i kept secure in Europe. To Deisz Homer polish foreign minister told the associated press his government was urgently hop-1 ing such a conference would also produce an understanding capable of forming the basis feb filth to j cordial collaboration by the Sov i let Union and Poland. Long journeys Premier Stalin a journey outside his own country was but a Short step compared to tile distances travelled by the British and american chiefs of state. The distance from London by Way of Gibraltar and Cairo is 4.vk rude from Washington by Way of Natal Dakar and Cairo it is 10,500 air Miles from Moscow by air it is Only 1610. And from the Caspian sea which forms Iran a Bonier with the soviet Union Teheran is Only to Miles South. For Many months Teheran and Iran have been the site of much Allied activity. Russians britons and americans have worked together there to see that military supplies got through to Russia. America has obligation to its neighbors s. A a a lies Moines i a i a America has in obligation its i Fin american neighbors when the War ends. John Herling chief of the social and labor relations Section of the u. S. Department of inter american activities told a Fonkim session of the Drake University Institute of pan american relations yesterday. A we can t afford to be bit and run lovers with our la till american 4>elghbmv Herling said a that if Vee can to drop them after the War crisis . At for meeting held in conjunction with the Institute. Mrs. Elinor d. J Robson suggested that the Coop native educational Board adopt a longer Range program for bring-1 my panamanian students to Low a there Are thirty six panamanian students at Iowa schools at the present time Ihlder a scholarship j arrangement Glrst dred that the educational Board Quot which she helped organize make plans to take students for True next three or four years. Ship construction Coal is exceeded new York Lim american Quot impossible shipbuilding goal of 24,000,000 dead weight tons for 1912-43 is already Over the to it by a comfortable margin with a month to go to set new records. Rear Admiral Howard l. Vickery vice chairman of the u. S. Maritime commission said ships aggregating 25,234.387 dead weight tons had already been delivered to service with close to 2,000,000 More tons dues for delivery in december if he production rate of november 1.692,700 is maintained by Noland nor guard Allied Headquarters Algiers up it it. Gen Mark Vav. Clarks fifth army has smashed a wedge into German defences it i the i heaviest artillery and Aerial bombardment of the italian Campaign had pulverized Many Strong Points. I and has driven ahead two Miles along the via castling toward Rome Headquarters announced o-1 Day. A the Algiers radio reported the fifth army had taken the import i ant town of Calabritto about seven Miles Southwest of Mignano on the Adriatic front the Brit i ish eighth army knifing ahead to-1 Ward the a Aback door to Rome a diff 1 preached the outskirts of san Vito i 16 Miles below the port of Pescara and also swept up the towns of by John m. Hightower Lanziano Treglio Orsogna and Ca Washington it up military a Soli All in Inland country beyond Tion to shorten the w a by weeks 1 the Sangro Ridge. Orsogna the action to shorten War is foreseen this believed to be the prime result of three c conference threatened two australian units in Advance to Lear area adjacent new Britain in the visor butt do Rcd sgt japanese Possession of the entire Huon Peninsula in northeastern new Guinea was threatened today by the Advance of two australian units battling to Clear that strategic sector for a possible invasion of new Britain Island. Veteran a a Digger troops have i captured nearly half of the Peninsula coast and Are now pushing Inland As Well. Only the narrow Dampier Strait stands Between Huon and the lower extremity of new Britain Japan a major Bas. In the Southwest Pacific. One australian fore is closing in an Var Oll Miles Northwest of coastal Finsch Hafen and the 1 juncture of Jungle trails forming the line of japanese Retreat. A second unit advanced toward the Mountain redoubt of Ware. Allied bombers continued to smash at japanese bases on Che 1 toe of new Britain where invasion landings might be made in the drive to neutralize if not directly assault the islands Batter Raf tricks nazis with Quick shift Leipzig pulverized or months anti probably a dramatic ultimatum to the German people to throw off fascism and surrender or else face destruction Are the explosive results expected from the conference of president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and marshal Stalin. Stronghold of Rabaul. Borgen Bay farthest Point of Advance inlay i j was the latest target of More is about eight Miles beyond he Hen 50 Mit Hells. Sangro. Aside from China there was a full attack thursday Lull in ground action elsewhere in British and american troops of the Pacific theater but Allied the fifth army launched their full fliers gave the enemy no respite scale offensive on Mountain positions guarding both sides of Fth this was Washington a reaction via Catilina a main Road to Rome. To the Moscow radio announcement that the big three had completed their extraordinary sessions at Teheran and that a statement would be issued later outlining the military and political decisions reached. Probably no pronouncement of this War has been awaited with such intense and worldwide interest. For to the extent that it fore on 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 i base on said. I atoll. These dispatches said the mightiest artillery barrage since Gen sir Bernard l. Montgomery broke the German Africa corps at Al in the Solomons. Possibility that the costly fight for Tarawa in the Gilbert islands nigh Lead to entirely new methods of assault japanese Island defences was suggested in Washington As delayed dispatches told of development of a Strong american the captured mid Pacific shadows action on the fighting Alamein in Egypt bellowed rom fronts and in the Battle of nerves the throats of hundreds of guns As it May furnish Clear clues to the j the americans and British lunchtime and nature of the mighty j de their offensive. Extremely bitter fighting it tinned yesterday and today As thrust carried into the Maze f o r t i tied positions dotting on the of the slopes of 2,800-foot mount Camino four Miles Southwest of Mignano and deeper into the Tough Mountain country North and no the blows now in Prepa ratio against the fortress of europ. A hint that even greater offensives on the russian front itself May be in store came from chairman Connally a Tex of the Senate foreign relations committee who said in a radio address thursday night that As a result of the East of Mignano. Big three meeting a the armies of Many prisoners Russia will be strengthened and considerable numbers of Prissie Campaign will be buttressed owners were taken As Lark s head and a quarters reported that the on invasion a a topic Slaught was a a proceeding actor i beyond a doubt however one of ing to and the frontline it the major topics of discussion was counts said the fifth army now the projected Anglo american in holds Heights which provide of Vasion of Western Europe which Ner vation Over the enemy in the the russians have been urging a1 Liri Valley below and beyond c is most from the Day that the United sino states was precipitated into War the eighth army in hammering two years ago next tuesday. Through to Orsogna for its big those most familiar with the Gest gain placed a deep wedge in russian argument As already pre the germans secondary defences sen Ted to Allied statesmen and Mil j severing Highway routes without itary leaders believe that Stalin which the enemy could not Hope and his military advisers stressed to maintain a line anywhere neat the necessity of invasion As the the Sangro. Only Means of forcing Victory at a fierce Battle reasonably Early Date. In the area of guard Agrelo a on the other hand the Anglo Cross roads town about four no s american position has let Een and Southwest of Orsogna a Fieri probably was at Teheran that any tie raged As the British Force attempt to open a second front Ned out from the Points of would he suicidal without fully original break through adequate preparation. A fighting also was fierce the Aerial onslaught against eighth army captured Lane Berlin already has aroused specs a Market town and Highway lation that direct preparation for situated on a 900-foot Ridge invasion May be underway. The nazis resisted bitterly. Gentian must know j at Treglio three Miles South of expectation that the Roosevelt san Vito and four Miles Inland Churchill Stalin statement will be. The British successfully heat off a at least in effect directed to the counter attack. German people grows out of the tile air forces of both the allies fact that the germans can no and the germans intensified the ii longer escape facing the military efforts to help the struggling realities of their position. Even As ground troops and the result was bombing attacks on their cities Are numerous Aerial Battles Over the pm a flans. See fug 6 front lines e Nat their is the Ano a renter in Here for the tenth successive Day Allied bombers encountered no enemy interception Over Bougainville the last sizable japanese holding in the Northern Solomons. Two air Fields which the enemy had managed to repair were rendered inactive again with 57 tons of bombs anti aircraft fire downed Fine dauntless d i v a bomber. The chinese High command said fighting still raged both inside Anil outside the City of Changten but that chinese forces were advancing in the drive to encircle the japanese forces in the Central China a Price in contrast to the chinese communique the Tokyo radio claimed japanese troops completed occupation of Changten yesterday after a bitter fight. One japanese i unit commander was quoted As saying a we have never met such resistance from the enemy since the Shanghai Law and order has no terror for this pair fort Dodge Ltd the forces of Law and order held no terror for two i i year old burglars picked up Hen by local Pollee last 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 s fur coat. On two consecutive nights they entered the Garag next to the City Hall where polite store bicycles confiscated from Young traffic violators and stole two wheels which they sold to second hand dealers. Juvenile officer George ii. D Kramer declared the youths both on probation for earlier offences fill to the Hoys reformatory a Liao a As soon As the necessary Punnet court Steps can be Tak a reds close on Shlobin rail Center knee deep Snow and mud hamper movement of attackers it it la aim Lutife in risk Loudon lied army trots sloshing Forward through knee do Snow and mud were closing in from two directions today on Shlobin important German held rail and communications Hub at the juncture of the Gomel Minsk and Leningrad Odessa railways in White Russia far to the Auh other soviet forces plunged deeper into German lines West of their Dnieper River Bridgehead below Kremenchug and hurled Back fierce counterattacks aimed at the up River soviet positions in the Cherkass area a russian communique said. No mention of Kiev there was no mention in tile soviet bulletin regarding developments in the Kiev bulge where the germans sit astride newly recaptured Zhitomi and Korostek on j the Leningrad Odessa line hut Berlin broadcasts said there had been no clash of major importance in that rain soaked area for the past thirty hours Gen. Constantine to Kossovsky a White Clad troops were reported raising havoc with the German railway network Northwest of Gomel and the army communique said More than too populated places were overrun in Friday s steady Advance. Key Points taken in this two pronged drive aimed at enveloping Shlobin. Were so Orjen and Dovsky to the North and Slota Novka and St Arava Rudya to the Southwest. The latter town is Orth nine Miles from Shlobin rail Junction Dovsky is a Junction on the Gomel mogilev and Rogacheva to slave railways eighteen Miles Northeast of Rogacheva. Sver Jen lies seven Miles further West. The nazis fighting tenaciously to hold these guardian sting Points of their important rail lines lost heavily the soviet bulletin said recording 700 enemy dead in one salient alone. An additional 800 were killed in fighting elsewhere in the area while More 10,000 soviet civilians earmarked for slave labor inside Germany were liberated the communique added. In the Dnieper Send soviet troops were said to have blasted their Way Westward fifteen Miles from their Kremenchug Bridgehead. To Leach novo georgics a. The movement apparently was designed to relieve the pleasure on soviet units in the Cherkass salient seventy Miles to the North. He in numerous nazi counter thrusts were repulsed according to the soviet communique and hundreds of germans were killed. Kor Stovka. Rail Junction Twenty on Miles East of Znamenak and Klochkov were reported in soviet hands after heavy fighting. Red army Tropa were said to he shelling Znamenak key to German lateral communications Between the Kiev bulge and the Dnieper Bend marines on Tarawa found a system to remove danger of Surprise attack when bringing in their prisoners. When the japs stoop they it in walk but they can to without giving warning make a sudden dash for Freedom. Aka telephoto. J. W. Shelp of Auburn Dies Friday uht irn tuns John Vav she a 87, died of a heart ailment about 8 of clock last night in the Mcvay Hospital at Lake cite where he had been a patient for three weeks or. Shelp. A reined Farmer had lived in Auburn or Vicinity for about fifty years. He was born mar. 18, 1856, at new Sharon. Mahaska county Iowa. Sept. To 1>75. He was married to miss Alice Bell Nichols at Rhodes Iowa. She passed away mar. To 1923. He was also preceded in death by two sons Guy f. Shelp and John Carr Shelp. I surviving Are six children three daughters and three sons George Vav. Shelp Rawlins. Vav be. Mrs. De Garnatz it Blanche mrs. J. Vav. Crocker Edna and f o Shelp Auburn Allen Shelp and mrs Albert Palmer Mabel Lake City funeral arrangements have not been made awaiting word from the son living in Wyoming Bingo Snow Beard. Its Bing Crosby Back of the Beard. He brought the foliage Back to Hollywood after a vacation on his Nevada ranch. Nea Tele Pho. Ickes Sites critical fuel crisis ahead tells Congress i Oss of to million tons by strikes Titi Al Washington it a Interior Secretary Ickes has told Congress that the country faces a fuel crisis unparalleled in its history As a result of the loss of 40,000.000 tons of Coal production through miners strikes. He made this statement it was Learned today in asking for a $3,550,000 special supplemental appropriation to carry out a plan of allocating available Coal supplies this Winter the Senate subcommittee on deficiency appropriations approved the amount District offices District allocation offices would be set lip in sixty five cities under Ickes plan. In a letter to the subcommittee Ickes office said the latest series of strikes in late october and Early november Cut Coal production 10,000,000 tons on too of a production loss of 30,, tons during earlier work stoppages growing out of the contract dispute Between John l. Lewis United mine workers and operators. A this presents a fuel crisis unparalleled in the history of the country Quot the letter said. A this further loss at this time of year necessitates an almost thoroughgoing allo action of Coal. Allocation will involve such diversions of Coal As May be necessary to meet the rail critical needs Only Vav Aylo meet needs a critical needs can be 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 up of offices in about sixty five strategic cities throughout the production Fields an in consuming areas xxx. These offices xxx frill act upon information received from various sources to alleviate Supply shortages by direct and lot Iii action where Joa sible District advisory boards would assist the fuels administrations Peru Era n 1 under the a it in pro t ticks Confer with Allied chieftains in Iii Llu n i4tdl i ff"1 president i Stile t Inonu of Tui key accompanied by foreign minister turn an Menem Ebcioglu and marshal Fevzi Cakmak commander in chief of the turkish army left today for a conference with prime minister Chur Hill and president Roosevelt at either tabri2 or Cairo the Berlin radio said. The na2i broadcast credited a turkish political circles Quot at Istanbul for the report. Add in f1rehofse new Vork in firemen of he a it a and ladder company no. La got out of warm Beds at 3 01 a. Rn., Tore Down a building Wall put out a very hot fire Between two partitions. Ami was Back in bed in less than thirty minutes the fire was in the firehouse Mosquito hit Berlin in diversion bulk of 1500 Long ton attack poured on urea rail Center by Robert Sturdivant London i _ the Rae bomber command tricking the germans with a Well timed shift of targets sept Mosquito roaring Over scorched Berlin and heavy bombers fainting at the nazi capital last night then struck with devastating effect at the great German trading and railway Center of Leipzig where 1500 Long tons of explosives were unloaded. The deception Drew off the great majority of German night fighters which Rose once More to give Battle when a part of the Block busting squadrons headed for the expiring capital. Then just As the main attack seemed about to break Over Berlin the major armadas streaked southward 90 Miles and hit Leipzig from when the nazis have be a trying to Succour the capital with food and supplies. 23 bombers missing the air ministry which first announced that 21 bombers were missing from the night attack later corrected the figure to 23, As compared with the previous night s losses of la in the 1500-ton attack on Berlin. Battered Berlin however did not escape new destruction. As the heavy bombers mad then abrupt turn toward the South Swift two engined Mosquito darted in to strike selected targets and keep the weary capital under siege for the second j successive night following five heavy blows. Striking Well after Midnight in t Quick change of procedure the heavy bombers dumped High explosives and incendiaries on i zip Ign a Industry Ami on her freight Yards already strained to the limit to accommodate russian hound War traffic currently forced this Way by berlins mangled communications. First reports from Crews returning from the 1000-mile round trip told of a concentrated and effective bombing of the City of More than 700.000 population. Leipzig is one of the worlds largest railway terminals. Main rail lines from Regensburg. Berlin and Kassel intersect there and it is one of the gateways to the Eastern front More than 20 firms there Are engaged in the manufacture of aircraft components and it also is the Home of Assembly plants for Ju-88s Abd me i 0 reports reaching Spain from Germany said Leipzig was one of the Coil big Oil. In in the Berlin area now being drawn on heavily to support the capital s bomb battered millions. The raid was the eighth of the War on Leipzig last battered by the Raf on the night of 6ct. 20 after a Long respite lasting since a Vee Fage h the. Weather the weather in Carroll fridays High fridays Low for Chat Iowa fair to partly clo not much change in tempera tonight and sunday except sit rider in extreme Northeast 13 shy Hon tight weather a year ago skies were Cloudy with Abow most of the Day a year ago today temperatures varied Only two degrees. From a Low of 26 to High of 28

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