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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Iowa weather fair to partly Cloudy not much change in temperature tonight and sunday but slightly colder in Eastern portion tonight. It 1 City final 5 cents volume 61�?number 329. Cedar rapids Iowa saturday december 4, 1943.associated press United press International news yanks wrest Hills from nazis . Rains 1,500 tons on Leipzig foe stunned Berlin also nazis Sag on Somel Minsk bombed 241 escape route planes lost Moscow ins a German resistance East of the railway town of Shlobin on the last nazi escape route in White Russia was reported collapsing saturday and the soviet army closed in on the City. Last reports put russian troops within to or la Miles of Rogacheva which lies athwart the Gomel Minsk railway. The Moscow radio announced that the reds had launched a a Resolute and Persis bombers tent drive to clean the germans London apr tile . Bomber command tricking the germans with a Well timed shift of targets sent mosquitoes roaring Over scorched Berlin and heavy dining at the nazi capital a was award Zoh Mobini Friday night then struck with found two hard driving russian a of columns on the Heel of a Retreat Deva rating effect a the Grarf dior gazed German German trading and railway \ army. Soviet forces which in _. Can eluded White Clad ski troopers Center of Leipzig where 1,500 threw the nazis out of too Addi tons of explosives were tonal towns including two Stra fing unloaded. The deception Drew off the great majority of German night fighters which Rose once More to entire area give Battle Wrhen part of the1 Block busting squadrons headed of the capital. Then just As the main attack seemed about to break Over Berlin the major armadas streaked South 90 Miles and hit Leipzig from where the nazis have been trying to Succour the capital with food and supplies. Tile air ministry which first announced that 24 bombers were missing from the night attacks later corrected the figure to 23 plus one fighter As compared with the previous night s losses of 41 in the 1.500-ton attack on Berlin. Berlin does no to escape. Battered Berlin did not escape new destruction. As the heavy bombers their abrupt turn oui. Two engined mosquitoes darted in to strike selected targets and keep the weary capital under siege for the second successive night. Striking Well after Midnight. The heavy bombers dumped High explosives and incendiaries or Leipzig a industries and Yards already Strai a Telic rail junctions. Smashing through lines in the Valley Between the Dnieper and soph Rivers the reds captured the ifs a scoop for reds on Iran Parley Lekes fears unparalleled fuel crisis by crushing gun barrage Washington apr Interior Secretary Ickes has told Congress that the country faces a fuel crisis unparalleled in its history a a result of loss of 40,000,000 tons of Coal production through miners strikes. By Reynolds Packard. With fifth army. Italy he made this statement it was j up a american and British Learned saturday in asking a $3, troops clambered up Muddy 550,000 special supplemental a ,. A. A a a in a. Mountains under a steel flood Washington up a Elmer j Propri Tion to carry out a plan of Davis director of the office of it allocating available Coal supplies from Allied guns i Ida to sat a this Wanter. The Senate sub com j wrest it. Camino greatest Mittee on deficiency approx Ria Barrier on the Road to Rome tons approved the amount. From the dazed germans. District allocation offices would i the defenders machine gunned be set up in 65 cities under Ickes and mortared the advancing forces plan. Until the concentrated artillery in a letter to the subcommittee barrage greatest Ever turned Oil Ickes office said the latest series of strikes in late october and urday he has asked the state department to make inquiries in Moscow concerning Friday night s announcement by Tass. Official soviet news Agency about the a big three conference in Teheran. Washington up a the United states government scooped again on news of Allied War strategy conferences hoped saturday to get an even break for the american Public on announcement of decisions reached at Teheran Iran by president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin. Them in Italy if not the world left them stupefied wrecks to be Early november Cut Coal product picked up As prisoners Tion 10,600,000 tons on top of a three main peaks nicknamed production loss of 30,000,000 tons monastery Hill. Razorback Ridge during earlier work stoppages and fair Bottom Hill in this Many growing out of the contract Dis peaked Apennine Mountain Barrier controlling the Capua rom Road were taken along with Heights known As Pip squeak and among captured Strong Points Northwest of Gomel were Dovsky 18 Miles Northeast of Rogacheva and Solta Novka 14 Miles Southwest of Shlobin. When the germans sought to make a determined stand in previously prepared positions the reds a by passer them and forced a Retreat. As the germans sought to disengage themselves the Stalin forces fiercely attacked and the enemy a suffered heavy a communique said adding that the action resulted in liberation of 10.000 russian citizens being driven into nazi enforced labor. To the South the communique declared. Further were inflicted on the enemy. The an army private wounded in both eyes by shrapnel during the invasion of Maltin Island in the Gilberts nov. 21, ii assisted aboard a Iran port by two Hospital corpsmen. Vote state Rule of troop ballot Washington apr Iowa a senators Gillette d and Wilson balloted with the minority Friday when the in ate voted to retain state control Over voting qualifications of armed service members. At least russians were surprised govt. Cuts use of crude rubber Washington apr the government announcing that Moscow the russian people got one of their greatest sur ,. Prises of the War saturday when Cru e rubber supplies Are Dimin they Learned Premier Stalin had moshing fast Friday ordered More Gore to Teheran to Confer with emphasis placed on use of san president Roosevelt and prime Thebes in manufacture of rubber minister Churchill. Goods. Several Hundred vital products Pute Between John l. Lewis United mine workers and operators. A this presents a fuel crisis unparalleled in the history of the j Wilfred. On the Eastern slopes the but it could make no definite i country a the letter said. A this Heights of Dit ensa and Maggiore promises of an Early and Simul j further loss at this time of year also fell Dif ensa to american necessitates an almost thorough-1 troops. Going allocation of Coal. Allocation the enemy guns answered i Wall involve such diversions of passed american dead on the Bat Coal As May be necessary to meet jul Enfield on my Way up but it was the most critical needs. Nothing like the shelling the Allied a critical needs can be met Only guns. Set Hub to Hub gave them. By such diversions and allocations j after they had worked Over the ready held their Long sought con j and the thorough understanding enemy moving in big concentrations from position to position the troops drove into the Center of the Vaneous announcement because of the apparent breakdown in arrangements for handling conference news. Friday nights a a break by the official russian Tass news Agency disclosing that the leaders had Al Ference marked the second time j by Consumers of the need for eve in a week american newspapers. J cry possible conservation. Although such a conference i had been a matter of common Washington a the Senate gossip at every gathering of for for which crude rubber was preset Ere losses Friday night by a vote of 42 to cig diplomats and correspondents piously doled out sparingly must 37 shelved the Green Lucas sol for two weeks the russian Public id a a f50m in hell of diet vote Bill and passed a sub had no inkling of it the list not made Public in its radio and the Public have got their first official news from a foreign source. Met a a few Days the Tass report confirmed a widely known but guarded secret that american newspapers and radio commentators had agreed to keep until the conferees themselves released the news. Cutting through numerous Axis made Streels of novo Georgievsky 20 swim Miles it were a tute Tang 1he overseas bal->�?~7fh7 news a the conference i includes a Large number i and Neutral rej�rt7of&Quot the Quot big Sov few Sho k noon wrested he Loling Issue con Plet a out of fed was received with whole hearted of�1,,v supplies. Three meeting. Tass in a Broad soviet snot 11oops wrested the pral hand pc and Bivins it to the i a. I i synthetic rubber is so plentiful cast stated that the talks were no restrictions Are placed on held a a few Days ago a and that posted the was received Wain Snoie Neanea c the nazis Fps Lek state g pm a a a Welcome by the people who a l 3 individual states. Claimed it As the Best sign yet of a strategic Junction from in violent fighting. Backed by republicans and important Southern democrats who feared rail Junction i Miles cast it it i Fieira states poll tax voting pre Menka. Fell to the russians. From misites would be circumvented. Znamenak itself a the situation requires the set line Ting up of offices in about 65 strategic cities throughout the production Fields and in consuming areas. These offices will act on information received from various sources to alleviate Supply shortages by direct and local action where possible District advisory boards would assist the fuels administrations personnel under the allocation program. Freight dispatches said to the was Ancier Rcd limit to a commode it russian bound War traffic currently forced this Way by berlins mangled communications. First reports from Crews returning from the 1.000-mile round Iego guns. It is a vital rail Hub which controls communications Between the Kiev bulge and Dnieper Bend. There was no mention in the soviet communique of fighting on the front West of Smolensk where the germans said the reds had the substitute was driven through Over protests that it would completely nullify any Effort to give the overseas armed forces Opportunity to vote for president Vic president and members of Congress next year. Senate democratic Leader Al Ever growing Friendly among the three nations. About dozen new carriers Washington apr Secretary of Navy Knox announced japanese claim Changten taken 1110 told of onion to cd Sud 6f v Quot curl lilt Iau Ken Xii Ajir Klov Rorr Coph top f a i of opened a new offensive aimed at n i Friday that about a dozen new relations be. Us of age neral purr pm syn a a diplomatic and military repro. Thebes which include Bunas Senta Tives took part it Jand neoprene provided Man fac. A at the conference a said the Ture of the product is authorized official Moscow broadcast a ques at All the office of the rubber Cli tons on the conduct of the War Rector said. I against Germany were discussed i special purpose synthetics such 3s Well As a number of political claimed saturday As neoprene ils and neoprene questions for Hycnar os-10 and Styr aloy. Re a corresponding decisions main under strict controls and adopted which will be made pub they Are in Short Supply. J All quota restrictions on the use of reclaimed rubber were removed by the United Prest. The japanese High command that the strategic City of Changten in Central China was occupied Friday after chinese resistance described As the picked 7ut spa tsp a ask Samalva s festive bombing of the City More than 700,000. 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 move than 20 firms there Are of aircraft the Home Ju-88s and me-109 s. Minsk. Work resumed at Kaiser shipyards Richmond. Calif. Up a full by sen approved Bill a Wall have no More aircraft carriers of All types were of a pm effect in giving the soldiers the j among the record Quarter million til Quot o j v j no ton 7 a to n to no Ane vote than a passed tons of naval Craft turned out last a cd f in the revised order which production pattern also for tires and tubes As most a my i following the order of Assenti the original Bill was snor ored weekend knot said the. Al Tyr Are truck bus tires and the original Bill a As sponged 1943 program of 26o new destroy tubes farm tractor tires and tubes. Or escort vessels will be com by the ladies rotary club Scott Aid or some month. Lucas Dill lie later. The Tass announcement caught stiffest in six years was crushed the office of War information in a week Long Battle and apparently the White House in one of the Tokyo radios rare Flat footed. Acknowledgements of stubborn chinese opposition a d o in e i Davis comment. Own director Elmer Davis still As torrential Rains drenched them. Knee deep in mire. The americans and British started climbing toward the High ground before Dawn Friday and occupied most of their objectives before Nightfall although the rain turned the Mountain sides into Slippery patches of mud. Some walking knee deep in the mire they went ahead up Heights 3.000 feet in the air. I climbed the slopes of one Hill to watch americans take Over a main Barrier while shells went Over my head by the hundreds sounding like the Roar of great express trains. German defenders sent mortar fire from All the hillsides but when our forces reached them they were huddled Down in their gun pits caves and Foxholes ready to give up. Thursdays artillery barrage 300 Yards Square to turn into Hells of destruction. Some German sectors were combed four and five times. I saw four batteries alone fire two tons of explosives in five minutes. Anti aircraft guns were turned on the Mountain peaks and their red eighth gains too. Eighth Leipzig cd insists ended a two Dav work stoppage which Kaiser officials said was costing the nation a a ship a a personal Appeal by Edgar Kaiser son of the shipbuilder before a machinists Union mass ice vote in Man War ballot commission. Lucas termed fridays action the Quot hardest blow that was Ever struck at the political rights of a Soldier in time of a those who favored the pass four eluded the dozen completed november was not made Clear. The order bans a a frills on tires m for any purpose. Painting to improve appearance is prohibited desperado not so Tough after All no wrapping for shipment is pier night netted. Removal of minor a and surface imperfections which will not affect performance is . ,.waco Texas up a o. B. Use 0f Latex or crude rubber was the eighth of the a it conferences which brought to accept the responsibility to the Throneberry 28. Oklahoma Des Cement in one manufactures Isa. ,. A a in a battered by settlement of the controversy soldiers their fathers mothers Perado who had boasted head forbidden after Jan i. Preference Whit we or eagles streets until 90 percent of o q pending arbitration of a Juridico wives and he warned. A shoot it out before submitting to rating of a hid Rikkii i White House Secretary Stephen troops were killed or wounded. Meeting Friday night climaxed a age of this amendment Wall have reports reaching Spain from Germany said Leipzig was one of the several big cities in the Berlin area now being drawn on heavily to support the capital s bomb battered millions. Tile raid War pm Leipzig last the . The night of oct. After a Long respite lasting since tonal dispute Between the a late in 1940. Cd insists and Al operating 24 a swedish business Man told engineers. States and 18 republicans in sheriff linked him in the wrist. T i # Stockholm correspondents univ a a favor of the substitute and 25 Throneberry sought throughout leu loll a cams of saturday that the City appeared c Rossing pileup. Democrats and 12 republicans of the Southwest for murder and a Back to Normal w Hen he was there Massillon. Ohio. Apr a posed after a ro11 cal1 tall it a on number of Federal offences gave a few Days ago. 4 crowded Pennsylvania passenger substitute amendment. The up meekly after a six mile Auto other . Planes rounded train speeding from Chicago to Atler was passed by voice vote Mobile Chase Friday when Deputy out the night s assaults by sow my Pittsburgh smashed an automobile and sent to the House sheriff Martin Owens aim proved mines in enemy shipping lanes at a Grade crossing near Here Fri action climaxed a week of j too accurate. Persons. Republicans saturday japanese news Agency dispatch quoted a commander As reporting embroiled in a dispute with Brit-1 a we have never met such stiff tracer bullets made Luminous dots ish minister of information Bren resistance from the enemy since and dashes through the night. Ullvan Bracken Over premature Dis the Shanghai by British Reuters last reports from chunking news Agency of the Roosevelt-1 said the japanese maintained a Churchill Chiang conference at foothold inside the East Gate of Cairo said merely Changten but that chinese troops a we had no idea that this Tass still firmly held the Hunan announcement was coming to province Highway Center wrest of we Hope that hereafter we Lungting Lake guarding the Way spots will be Able to make better a toward the major City of Chang Range ments so such stories can be Sha released simultaneously in All the Tokyo made a great fanfare of capitals involved. We Are trying the alleged Success describing to work out arrangements of that How the chinese fought in the their ves and he warned a shoot it out before submitting to ratings for distribution of Garden Early said of the Moscow an breakdown of the vote showed capture surrendered without fir Hose Are suspended. Noun mint Quot we knew nth a democrats�?13 from poll tax ing a shot when a dead shot Texas a f a. Nothing ites and 18 republicans in sheriff linked him in the wrist a. Going overboard for Moscow pact Washington up and lighters lashed out at enemy Day. Killing three persons and p31�?T18311 wrangling during which a this hand was All i could see a gov. Alfred m. Landon of Kansas airfields Over a wide area. Then was rammed in the rear by the republicans showed great con said Owen who fired from a told reports from Berlin through another passenger train in wreck Chin Over the prospects that the careening car loaded with sheriffs Neutral countries said three of which injured 25 persons none Roe asure might be administered to and Federal agents. Berlin s biggest bakeries had been critically and derailed two coach Avor president Roosevelt and search for the r o n e b e r r yes destroyed in thursday night s ases. I continued on Page 2. Col. 3 younger brother continued Sault and that bread was coming a in from Leipzig and Magdeburg. Five hours Cut from Day. Berlin Funk aus broadcasting House situated in the far West end of the City was hit. A swedish dispatch said and an eyewitness reaching Stockholm reported a there was hardly anything left of the Borough of Charlottenburg. Also in the West end. The eyewitness said the once army Quot Over office red Quot by 50,000 to release Many Veteran of Midway indicted for murder that . Endorsement of the a is called agreements reached St Moscow before they a precisely defined would be a reckless and shortsighted and a disastrous for. The addressing a luncheon meeting of Republican Junior senators the. 1936 Republican presidential can Jefferson Parish grand jury in dilate coupled denunciation of the uni Quot a a Uncertain foreign policy with a proposal that nothing about it had been known Here on a confidential basis since Early last month that or. Roosevelt was to leave the country for a series of important International conferences which would take him with former a Domber rage of the German air Force. The purpose of delaying announcement of meeting places until the principals had departed was to prevent any enemy attempt to attack the Allied Lead continued on Page 2, col. I Allied Headquarters. Algiers up a american and British troops advanced saturday in their All out offensive toward Rome capturing the main Mountain Barrier on the Road North and driving two to six Miles through German defences which collapsed under an enormous weight of tanks planes and guns. The weight of the assault left the germans Daz cd and crushed in their riddled Winter line which was expected to collapse at any time and let the Allied troops through to the open Plains leading toward the capital. The most important advances b. Caldwell attorney found a Quot a Ltd woman in the parlor car seat that in j was assigned to him. She would t a a move. Another Man also claimed a quotes on the line 70 to 80 Nules the seat a so Caldwell retired to the dining car and let them argue. Soon the conductor found Caid those things will Kansas City apr Robert below Rome. Backed by probably 500 guns Clarks men advanced up Slippery j i a j it Mountain sides for a two mile Well and explained you win a gain across the 2,800-foot Camino the woman was in the wrong car aks jus Sou he f the k and the Man was on the wrongly new Orleans Seattle a dieted Irvin Cummins 20, Washington Insil chair assigned to other jobs. The re verify professors son on a Mur Man May Ltd Kwh of the House raining 20.000 will gradually be Der charge saturday in connection a a read democrats join republicans military affairs con Nettee Dis dl8charged in the next half year with the death by strangulation in drafting legislation to keep flyer brought Back from the sol some officers Are Over age for sunday night of Joan Lewis ii a arrogant and Bureau-1omons saturday the Story of a is combat duty it was explained nigh school senior crafts within due Bounds of Thein Saaed australian who recruited assistant District attorney pm jaw Vun it an n j i Umiten aussie forms. Own army wins private War on japs closed saturday that the army thriving Square Gawande Platz. In now a a overstaffed by 50.000 of while others who were commis a flow. The near of Mal. Had been Ricer and will soon begin Dis signed from civilian life for Spe est m. Conzelmann said Cummins Landon Caid republicans should has the Ste ids a. Chair so commissioned men to rial emergency tasks in the Early told him he lost control of him inject suggestions that both Par i be j Dias Nave Cut five ease the manpower problem. A a a a a a a uus1 a Cassino which aircraft Wera reducing to rums. Four key towns fall. Gen. Sir Bernard Montgomery eighth army veterans captured four key towns including Lanci Ano in bitter struggles near the Adriatic and drove ahead Miles West of Castiglione on the a naval of sent in patrols to look Over Segi Central sector to extend tile of Point. None Ever reported Beck. Pensive a Cotef the Peninsula. As soon As Kennedy got word tanks w,.re thrown into the from his natives that the japs eighths drive As the ground dried were headed his Way he Mobil on sized his army and waylaid them. A a a a a Days of the War now have nothing self while he had his arms around Afi ont in their 1944 platforms Iva War with Japan hours out c f me average Berlin it was Learned from other to do. The girl in an automobile near a a Msj Mujar declarations on foreign a a you la run into a Guy named a he Kennedy up there a it. Comdr. Making Idle the trams that run through the potsdamer Stettler railway stations. In each of four massive attacks service on Germany in november three of them aimed chiefly at Berlin j the officer shakeup is a British bomber forces averaging Range program growing out of 700 planes dropped More than 2. The military shift numerous older officers without Battle of Midway and recently re danger of a Drift toward one party sad he was told a Captain Ken Barge. A a a a a i Nedy they Call him he does no to Kennedy heard they were _. Expressing fear the Moscow my much but he acts real Nasty coming and put out in a 20-foot thursday in a closed door Confer still Short on pilots and infantry Cune said he would file a motion declarations a settled Little outside we i theres a Jap in sight of Sloop he Lay behind a Small erne with a l Gen. M. G. While second he added for appointment of a lunacy com of military 01lly a w13 they Tell about Island and let the japs pass to him is True he a the greatest the other Side. Then he bore a a w a. In an audio Moore near a ers Day it was reported. Most sources that about 20.000 officers closing of the officers procure school. Are Home now by 5 pm. Compared will be released from the army ment serv ice in itself leaves the youth saw to to . Previously. Factories in the next six months a and offices Are functioning from this information was Given assignment the informant said. Cei Ved a medical discharge from1 Ototiro Mir lev a through or 3 . Military committee members but on the other hand we re the Navy. His attorney. Leo my expressing fear the transportation system was t 1----j-- 1 a a a a expressing Lear said to have been further Crip pled by the thursday night raid. Army personnel chief. A men who Are Young enough will Mission to examine his client had May cited Whites report in be Given combat and connection with his own statement White requested the conference that he did not believe National with the House military members legislation a will now be for an Overall discussion of the army s personnel problems it was a Long Learned. May said his committee would non inn. A a. From training not take up the Bill of rep. Luce too Xong tons of bombs it was to combat machinery one con a Conn until a after the first estimated bom be r at. Stalls Gressional informant pointed out. Of the mrs. Luce a Bill pro tical review of the months oper White told the committee it poses to create an a a auxiliary the Camp run in a about half the corps into which needed Man,50 0dd Over strength will be re Power could be drafted or Volute a Quot. Cons. Lamed in an officers replacement Teer. For service in essential jobs England a., on the Southern . About 5,000 others will be on the Home front. Landon said republicans should no of or vate Onu Zed his army a. Lect that both oar-1new Georgia and won hts in picking them off one at a time. A the japs finally got to wondering Why none of their patrols declarations on. _ a such a course a he _. A Asen Ace in the seated a would accelerate the Liam l. Parker of the Seabee and the weather bettered in Eastern Italy. Swarms of planes aided the attacks which had been going on six Days on the eighth army end Ever came Back so they sent out of the line and some 48 hours in 40 infantrymen in a Landing the fifth sectors. Prisoners said nothing like the continued on Page 2, col 2. Today s Index comics. 7 deaths a David Lawrence .4 Marion. G movies. 3 radio. 6 sports .6 state. 2 Walter Winchell. 6 women s features. 3 of the military arrangements Landon said there was no Assurance Russia agreed with the no aggrandizement principles of the Atlantic charter. Character to come out of this War Down Chine Winant advisory Post announced on them firing his a gun. He killed All 40 of so sure enough Parker met the them and got Only a Bullet legendary Captain Kennedy. Through the leg in doing it. He a i never did find out whether was recovering from his wound the australians sent Kennedy up when we got there. There or whether it was his Owma a Kennedy was promoted to a idea a Parker said. Jor and moved to another As Washington ins a the a but anyway he moved into assignment. His army had deserted state department announced sat vacated Plantation took Over the him anyway. He was paying each urday that John g. Winant. Amer former occupant s store of spirits of his to soldiers a Pound a North lean ambassador to great Britain and began to devote himself after we went in a Pound a has been appointed United states serious drinking and to organizing i month looked like Small potatoes representative on the european j a 10-Man native army. And they ail wanted the fight for i a the jape from time to time i i advisory commission. 4 of shopping Days i / till Christmas

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