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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Charleston, West Virginia The Charleston Gazette the stale of the aug cited press am Moscow political Mil West saturday morning. Der cml a 4, 1943. 14 parcs. U. S. Weather forecast Cloudy and Cool with scattered showers today and tonight. F 8th army nearingtescara7 5th attacking German flank soviets grip Gomel rail web Vllsvllr-1 Artiery shells fall near Clark american Leader gets close top View Allied Headquarters Algiers dec. For the 2d Day by Aerial assaults on elaborate Well prepared London dec. Air rocked Berlin in a new assault last night with More than Long tons of new fire j bombs and explosives leaving per haps half the nazi capital s build Ings in ruins and the entire Center i Ger Section of the City in flames Man fortifications u. Gen. J swarms of German fighters Rose Mark w. Clark s 5th army Stab i meet the bombers bed Forward from Calabritto against the right flank of mass i British planes fell do ing the great de German troops guarding the in the skies pierced by Bun main Road to Rome in the 4th i and pm by Day of the biggest offensive in Daybreak revealed the wreckage of planes scattered through the City j half of Berlin believed reds go 15 in ruins or in flames n Dnieper bulge of. Dor _ subsidies loss said City path to bankruptcy Lagi Zanlia Heads Urban a r infill Berlin portrayed to payments Washington dec. Of five cities warned the Senate banking committee j today that if Congress abolishes consumer subsidies cities will go t i real estate taxes will by troops Kepel Rise and municipal employees assaults of nazis i Ancl of Loci White Collar groups London dec. Ii face economic disaster. I red army talc Leader of he group of May troops bit into the historic Parley sets offensives to Knock Germany from War by Eye witnesses German railway network North by Stan he clean w6f of Gomel he directions Stockholm. Dec. Yesterday stood firm against bomb gutted Berlin was depicted i repeated nazi counter attacks is i in the Cherkass sorely wounded Civ virtually Para Alea and expanded their died f i Italy since Salerno. And Hermann Goering assault axed by disrupted commune cations and essential travellers reach inns Sweden said Alm Raffic in the City is at a stand or River Bridgehead below Kremenchug 15 Miles to the West through powerfully before the committee was Fiorillo h. Laguardia new York. If subsidies arc until he said. Every City in the country will broke and food prices will go even lie said the War Boom has caused a 39 percent increase in food prices m new York City although the City is not a War Boom town i other mayors testifying in sup defended port of the administration s subsidy Cornelius d. Seully territory Moscow announced Cornel Early today of Mauric electricity and water supplies have been Cut off. Explosives and new Type of phosphorous incendiaries in 30 minutes i that i " Ted ii Battles reports estimated of Berlin was 2 rasing below. Official accounts gave no indication whether Clark s troops yet had reached the hard Core of the nazi line. Gen. Clark directed the attack from such an advanced Point that he came under enemy artillery free for some time a half dozen shells falling near where he was standing. 8th seizes rail Center equally bitter fighting raged on the 8th army front where the right i Ai Spaiches to the swedish Wing of Gen. Sir Bernard l. Mont press described enormous new fires Gomey s British Indian and new " e North Central and Southern id forces slugged six More portions of the City which still up de that if last nights blow was As do a told of flaming wrecks or Struc Tryc half the City now has bombers and German fighters Bur spec Jiveh u up or smiled by Firos the Dow Lac concentrated me bomb Load dumped on Berlin half hour assault. In the new Campaign was raised to i although severe was in prof ably 15.000 tons. Flicked on the Center of Berlin Pir Berlin dispatches to the swedish titular by around the puts amour p Alz and Anhalzer earn ibo rail Rochul station.--, most Talion. Said the Eye wit -1 i Bia Lii Uit president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin in the greatest such meeting in history have conferred at Teheran the Capi Tal of Iran and agreed upon both military and political plans for the War against Ger Many Moscow radio announced today in the first official Dis closure of the Parley. Cutting Chrouch numerous Axis and Neutral reports of the big three meeting Moscow in a Broad cast recorded Here by the soviet Monitor stated officially that the talks were held a few Days and that diplomatic and military representatives took at the said the official Moscow broadcast questions on the conduct of the War against Germany were discussed As Well As a number of political questions. Corresponding decisions were adopted which will be made pub Lic May reveal More today the soviet Monitor stated that nil details of the conference might he announced Between noon and 2 p. M., Ewt today Basing this pre diction on the usual routine of the Moscow radio when announcing future broadcasts. It has been widely reported that the three Allied leaders in Addi Tion to mapping the strategy of the land sea and air War against Ger Many would agree upon a political program for the treatment of Defeated nazi Dom and also perhaps formulate a propaganda War to be aimed at the German people immediately. Or. Roosevelt and or. Churchill went to lie Iran conference from their historic five Day meeting in North Africa with Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek which was concerned primarily with the War against Japan. That meeting held from nov. 22 through nov. 26. Was attended by a Galaxy of military and naval authorities who presumably journeyed on with their Lead ers. Chiang and his wife who also was present at some of the North african talks went almost directly please turn to Page z col. 3. scan Cairo talks Southwest Pacific Allied Headquarters. Dec. Conference Between. Rime minister John Curtin of aus Ralia and Gen. Douglas Macarthur n which they discussed the rations of the Cairo conference of med lenders brought the Realiza Ion today hint the final offensive 1 the Pacific must await the mashing of the Hitler War machine 1 Europe. This statement was issued in Canberra by Curtin As Allied forces Ruck Sharp blows at hip japanese ver increasingly wider areas As if o emphasize the prodigious task head. The australian Premier said his discussions with Macarthur had Irti Cirilar reference to prolonged petitions and were hit thai final Victory the Pacific must largely wait on in the Cairn agreement he said told australians that Herp is no Short Cut to Victory in the that agreement forecast the Twilight of Tapan with a resolve to strip her of All fruits of Conquest since the turn of the Century. The Premier made it Clear that offensive operations would be pressed against the japanese. These would involve diversions regroup e i Ings and endless adjustments Over the entire National Economy of Australia. 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