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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings a he Ciatu Tofte a Trincune vol me Lii Tiesi Vovk .11 1 december in chapter of to will be hoi City of clo Iii Ling of am Erin the at 7 30 j will Mke the regular the Chillicothe lean War dad Hall tue k. I j returning to work miss Mary Maud Brown will leave tonight for Washington d c after a ten Day visit with her parents or. And mrs. A. E. Brown. Miss Brown j is employed in the War department. I a a a funeral monday funeral services for mrs. Beulah Williams will be held at the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home Mon j Day afternoon at 1 30 conducted by the Rev. Walter Solms. Burial will i be in Avalon cemetery. A Vaname their son or. And mrs. Lucro Cowgill. Have named their infant son Vernon Leroy. The four Dav old baby and mrs. Riddle have be a removed to their Home from Chillicothe Hospital where the baby was born. A a a dismissed from Hospital mrs. Mary Gilchrist route i. Was dismissed from the Chillicothe has-1 Pital this afternoon and taken to i the Home of mrs. Bud Grey. 916 Elm Street. Mrs. Gilchrist has been a j medical patient at the Hospital for j the past w Eek. A veto elect officers officers to serve the i. O o Lodge the first six months of 1944 will by elected in a meeting to be held monday evening in the Loof. I Jia voc Hall. John Cusick is head of the Lodge now. Addition to the election. There will be initiatory do work at the monday night officers request All members to at j tend. Red army troops Are closing in on City of Shlobin flushed Forward through knee deep Snow and mud in drive. Daily edition in specialized work Chillicothe Missouri sat Day dec. 4, 194 5 four pages no. 291 from two directions far to the South other soviet forces plunged deeper into German lines. A the associated pre London. Dec. 4. Or a army troops Flushing Forward through h Riddle 228 knee deep Snow and mud. Were closing in from two directions today on Shlobin important German held rail and communication Center at the Junction of two important railways in White Russia. Far to the South other soviet forces plunged deeper into German lines West of their Dnieper River the departure of Premier Stalin announced today funeral monday services for miss Ella Casey will be held of 9 30 of clock. Attend the conference with Roosevelt and Churchill at Teheran. Through soviet press received with whole hearted Welcome by the russian people. Funeral services for miss Ella Casey will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church monday morning at 9 30 o clock conducted by the Rev. William o Brien. The Rosary will be said at the Gordon Home for funerals sunday night at 8 of clock. Clark s 5th army drove wedge into German defences came after heaviest artillery and Aerial bombardment of italian drive. Toward rail strike Union Heads to set Date in Cleveland december 15 pvt. Lawrence e. Breeze son of or. And mrs. Dan Breeze of Sampson was inducted into army serv 07 i Tous conference with president id i f up the associated pre Moscow. Dec. 4 a the russian people Ivere informed today that their Premier marshal Joseph Stalin has left the country in the midst of the War and had held a Momen Roosevelt and prime minister ice at it. Leavenworth on nov. 1942. He is now studying at the University of new Hampshire Dor j Churchill at Teheran Iran. Ham. N. In. Having been sent there july 12 from new York. Previously pvt. Breeze had been stationed at Bridgehead below Kremenchug and j Camp Beale Calif with an Armor hurled Back fierce counterattacks j de division. The Young service Man aimed at the soviet position in the was graduated from the Cherkass area a russian commune Spring High school in the class j 1940. Before being inducted into lock of Ciu it said there was no mention in the so a Viet bulletin regarding developments farm i in the Kiev bulge but Berlin Broad Ujj cast said there had been no major j i clash in that rain soaked area for j i Tho past 30 hours. Red troops were reported raising j with the German rail net j i work Northwest of Gomel and the i army communique said More than the army he helped his father maximum Price on Corn is set the news of the conference which generally was supposed to have dealt with the most far reaching matters concerning immediate battlefields and also matters of High political importance Wras received with whole hearted Welcome by the russian people who acclaimed it As tile Best sign yet of Ever growing Friendly relations among the three nations. The announcement marshal Stal no announcement soon on the big 3 War conferences advanced two Miles Many Strong Points were pulverized in drive toward Rome. This statement was made today by Stephen Early presidential Secretary. Pic the associated Presa Allied Headquarters in Algiers. Dec. 4.�?lieut. Gen. Mark Vav. Clarks 5th army smashed a wedge into German defences after the heaviest artillery and Aerial bom i bar dment of the italian Campaign Washington. Dec. 4�?chiefs of i the five railway operating brotherhoods decided today to set a strike Date at a meeting in Cleveland december 15. David b. Robertson of the brotherhood of firemen and engine men said the vote would be tabulated by then and the results would be announced simultaneously with the selection of a strike Date. Robertson said although the tabulation is not Complete a it is in All probability a i High vote for a prepared food prices Frozen the Raf bombers shift of targets fools the germans fainted at Berlin then struck heavy blow at trading Center of Leipzig. Hit by explosives deception Drew of the nazi night fighters it is announced. H As nothing to Tell he was unaware of the Moscow announcement regarding meeting. Ii Eek Ion populated places were overrun in meeting. steady Advance. The Price in this area for no. 2 yellow shelled Corn is Sli i per Bushel. Julius Strub died at Brunswick Home Many questions being raised by Livingston county Farmers at this in it. Ord Hospital pvt. John kenyan jr., who under j went an operation in a i t. Old jj0jn and reared in Chat i prices under . Regulations. Most town funeral there i maximum prices have been changed since the establishment of present Washington. Dec. 4 a White. House Secretary Stephen Early told j reporters today he did not expect any announcement to be made soon on the results of the Roosevelt in had found time in the midst of Churchill Stalin War conferences at poin i a hover his direction of the russian War of Teheran Iran fort to meet face to face with the j commenting on press and radio chiefs of the two great Allied abroad that some official ferments was conveyed to the rus announcements were expected to sians by the soviet press in a Tass Menta Rily Early said dispatch from Teheran. I a frankly i done to see them As the press confined itself to this1 coming that quickly. If they were Bare announcement by Tass that j think i would know about the meeting had been held and j when his attention was called to made no comment. J a statement by Elmer Davis direct but the radio repeated the news a Tor of the office of War inform had pulverized Many Strong Points and has driven ahead two Miles along the main Roar to Rome Headquarters announced today. A the Algiers radio reported the 5th army had taken the important town of Calabritto. The British 8th army knifing ahead approached the outskirts of san Vito. 16 Miles below the port of Pescara and also swept up four other towns in Inland country beyond fort inc Western Missouri pit i or Assoria Ted pre London Dee. In the Raf bomber command tricking the germans with a Well timed shift of targets sent Mosquito roaring Over scorched Berlin and heavy bombers fainting at the nazi capital i last night then striking with devastating effect the great counties Are named in the list. Dig Seneci inc great j. G. Callaway District opa i i German trading and railway Rector has announced a freeze of Center of Leipzig where 1500 Long tons of explosives were prices of prepared foods and drink in 49 Western Missouri and three Eastern Kansas counties effective december 15. The order will limit prices of food and drinks sold for immediate con j the Sangro Ridge. The further est sumption to the highest prices of Advance is about 8 Miles i charged by any establishment the i beyond the Sangro. J week of april 4 and to 1943. Menus the 5th army launched its full and fists of such prices have bet n t scale offensive on Mountain positions guarding both sides of the main Road to Rome thursday night Jit was disclosed. The assault aimed i in the direction of Cassino drove the germans from two important i Heights front line dispatches said. Establish War and time of year Are answered in a. I at frequent intervals and it became ution expressing surpise Over statement concerning maximum Corn the conversational topic everywhere official Moscow announcement the hat a Calif Hospital november 9. I patient at the Hospital and will be for Twenty to thirty Days longer. J this information has been received j by his parents or and mrs. J in j kenyan and ins wife. Who makes a her Home Wiki a he Ken vans. She is j 7 t working extra in the office of Kilt. Pfc Kilt lawyers. Monday morning. Julius Strub brother of the late a mrs. J. E. Saale of Chillicothe and i often a visitor in Chillicothe died Friday afternoon at his Home in i Brunswick where he had been j born and reared and where he lived prices on april 14. The maximum Price which Farmers May charge according to information just received by the Extension office for Corn at their Are As follows no. 2 yellow shelled Corn. $1.01 plus lowest freight rate from Kansas City to nearest Point. Throughout the soviet capital. Of the associated Presa London dec. 4�?Moscow radio announced today that Long awaited we know nothing about Stalin Roosevelt Churchill Confer j Early opened his daily news con once has been concluded at Teheran Ference with this remark unloaded. Tile 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 Ward 90 Miles and hit Leipzig from we re the nazis have been trying to furnish the capital with food and supplies. The air ministry which first announced that 24 bombers were missing from the night attack later corrected the figure to 23 As compared with the previous nights losses of 41 in the 1500-ton attack on Berlin. Battered Berlin however did not escape new destruction. As the heavy bombers made their abrupt turn toward the South Swift Mosquito darted in to strike be y Pital under siege for the second i quarters reported the onslaught was j drinks will not be permitted to re j successive night following five heavy those artillery Gomery reports said the mightiest barrage since Gen. Mont broke the German Africa filed by food and drink ments with the county rationing boards. I the order will cover All hotels i i restaurants soda fountains taverns j hamburger stands and any places where foods end mixed drinks Are j sold Tor consumption on the pre j irises. A Olgi on foods not Sci i during the base j j Korps at Al Alamein in Egypt Fol j period. The ceiling will be the High the a big three had met and agreed Ilo cd irom hundreds of runs As est Chare cd when last sold before on military and political questions j the americans and British launched the base period. On foods not sold without simultaneous disclosure in inc naive. Jat an it Lei previous a. Tin eel my he other Allied capitals. Early said extremely bitter fighting continue i will be set on bases compared with Chi yesterday and today. I will i other similar foods or prices of considerable numbers of prisoners competitors of similar standing. Lect cd targets and keep the weary were taken As Gen. Clarks head Sellers of meals foods and mixed Sun Jer g. For the from St. The per Bushel for the Ludlow area a Cadet Vorbeck Here f. His entire Lite. He had been Par Jug the once in the Chillicothe Cadet Bill Vorbeck came Friday a Zed for some j area we Ould to $1.11 night for an eight Day visit with a funeral services will be held Mon his parents or. And mrs. Scott Dav Rooming Vorbeck and brother Eddie will be joined Here monday by his wife who is visiting her parents or. And mrs. L. E. Risker in Semi Cousin farms Iran and in London and it was sex 1 a there is nothing i can Tell you peeled that historic decisions a Wilh res pct to any further pro. I Quot proceeding according to plans and Duce Quality or Quantity below that bios a a. X \ tile front line accounts said the 5f h of april 4 to to without reducing on the subject of War j us line at Cums sail Ine army now holds Heights which pro Boniface i once i we Ould to slightly less. The Price for i Church in Brunswick and the Chil he in the same Quality Corn in the ear is w Iii a j 2�?Tl-c less than shelled Corn or a i Coth relatives probably tend. Mrs. Dan Saale is a first of or. Strub miss Helen plying both to the Battlefield and to ii Lotical questions would be made conferences Public very soon. The declaration which will surely present faltering Germany the Choice of unconditional surrender or certain bloody greatest land warning against the late mailing defeat As history a and air offensive is Fri a rec is a two Rio i f Var Khok Saale Leo Saale and Gene Saale Are Oklahoma. Cadet Vorbeck Ana his Niece and nephews. Hole mrs. Vorbeck reside Kansas where he i the u. S. Army. In Manhattan stationed with mothers go Home mrs. Glen Thompson and daughter Mary Katherine born monday afternoon at Chillicothe Hospital mrs. Nelson Capps and Lier son of Chula mrs. Robert Mcmurtry and her son of 401 Polk Street mrs. Roy Devaul and son of route 5 have been dismissed from Chillicothe Hospital and taken to their or. Strub is survived by his wife i two daughters. Miss Marguerite i j Strub of St. Joseph and mrs. Clara Lockhard of Brunswick a son j Llor j Julius Strub. Jr., of Brunswick and 1 a brother Otto Strub Brunswick who is the last of a family of eight j 8children. Tile sister mrs. Saale died five years ago. For Many years or. Strub and a 1 brother now deceased were in j business together in Brunswick. I they Oigt rated the Strub Bros dry j i proximately $1.08ti near Chilli j awaited on it completion of arrange i Cote. The Price for snapped Corn i ments for its simultaneous Sclease a j of the same Quality would be 31 a i a three capitals j less than shelled Corn or approx British and american authorities j inuit Civ 71 it near Chillicothe. Were understood to be in conference j now the Post master Gen. F. C. Walker announced. The 8th army in hammering out have wording explaining that prices its biggest gain placed a deep wedge Jarc m accordance with opa Ceil in Tho German secondary defences j Ings and that lists of period severing Highway routes without prices Are available for inspection i which the enemy could not Hope to by any customer. Maintain a line anywhere a Sangro. Near the copies of the order will be Dis i tribute at an Early Date. The Price ceiling on ear and shelled Corn was established octo j Ber 27, 1943. The maximum dealer j Price for the same Quality Corn is the same As the Farmer Price plus j Bushel mar 1 on the arrangements. Unless there is a heavy in mailing of gifts i the air forces of both the allies Mac ask and the germans intensified their immediately efforts t0 Pep struggling ground Moscow a broadcast that the con main prisons hic going to be Diga troops and the result was numerous Wilbur f. Parrish Here on furlough Ference actually has been held was pointed on Christmas postmaster the opening gun of what is expected general Frank c. Walker warned to be the biggest barrage yet aimed a the Public today in an announce by the allies at the apprehensive Niento sent to postmaster Joseph d. Recent information indicates i nazis in a War offensive of nerves i gut i that new maximum Price regulations arc now under consideration. Stewart. I Aerial Battles Over the front lines. Five separate formations of in Jemy planes were intercepted Over i the 8th army front and the Allied j fighters shot Down 6 planes and As a result of the thursday night postmaster Walker said. A Indica damaged two others. A total of la Wilbur f. Parrish Petty officer broadcast by u. S. Senator Tom \ tons arc that Christmas shopping is j German planes were destroyed i co itally and the subsequent mos in full swing and some of the Wiser fierce Aerial action to the loss. Mcmurtry and born at the bos. Homes. The Capp Devaul babies Wert Pital tuesday. A veto visit miss Gatson mrs. J. B. Gat son and daughter oods and grocery store. Old fats collection Day next saturday funeral services Friday afternoon if present Hopes and plans materialize it will be biggest Day of kind Here. Fewer Points for processed food Eileen who a father in Law. Family for the sunday morn in with her sister Gatson Iii Kau be accompanied and Donnie a be with relative few Days. Mrs. Ter will leave j. I past wet g for a in Law a Sas City by miss us gats s and f Gatson Monda gut i i k w car of lit san Franck Side. Calif., w visit miss Angela. They will Mary Knott do who will friends Tor a and Daugh night for lore they re Large crowd in attendance at services held for mrs. Melvin Darr. Fri it i Rie in a a a new \ Ork it Mal we mis of to when Home their Man overseas grand pan t to week n in a i k e w or. Fir Chi the i an ant i in Bill in re d w Iii i mis i j. I Babi it tie Chapel of the Gordon Home funerals was taxed to capacity Lay afternoon with relatives and ads who gathered at 2 30 of clock for the memorial services of mrs. Melvin Darr. Conducted by the Rev. C. E. Sharrah. Interment was in Edgewood. Mrs. Delbert Westphal and or. And mrs. Everett Newton Sang a in die Garden and a abide with me. Pallbearers were w. F. Hill Tom Wilhite. Floyd Summerville Everett Newton. William Martin and Charles Hagaman. named Mckittrick aide continued or Page two toe weather m1s6 Frida is temperatures i i file annotated t Jefferson City. Dec. 4�? Edgar b. Woolfolk 78-year-old Troy Democrat w to was judge of the 35th judicial circuit for thirty years was appointed an assistant attorney general today by attorney general Roy Mckittrick. Woolfolk who was Defeated for re election As judge last november succeeds Ernest Hubbel of Trenton who has entered military sender. Next saturday another old fats collection Day. Will be the biggest Day of the kind Ever held Here if present Hopes and plans materialize. All waste fats and greases Are turned to the War Effort. The Junior Salvage corps will a a i make collections in the residential sections weather permitting and a City truck will help make the pickups. The fact that no truck was available for picking up grease last month is responsible for an incomplete canvass of the City. However the november quota of 3000 pounds was met and exceeded by Between 20 and 30 a sounds. Quota for december is 3.500 pounds but the goal is 4.00 Ralph Marsh chairman of fats collection in Livingston county said today. The extra 500 is added because of Pearl Harbor Day. Tuesday. W Hen every american will want to do anything possible As retaliation to the japanese for their attack on Pearl Harbor two years ago. Mrs Marsh also urge Hies to help make next big Day in waste fat they Are to to tons at the waste every Community. The saturday collection Campaign probable will be the last to be made by the Junior Salvage corps Aud girls during the Winter Mouth cow announcement that the con a shoppers Are mailing gifts Nowr and one by the allies. Ference actually had been held the marking them a do not open until i decisions undoubtedly will be pub Christmas. But the volume is very fished earlier than had been plan j Small far below that which is Neces Ned. Sary if we Are to avoid a Holiday consideration for the safety of Jam Iii transportation and postal Stalin Roosevelt and Churchill the main reason for delaying the Anthe postmaster warned that denouncement were obviated by the j livery by Christmas will be impose a Moscow radio statement. It said Ibie this year of a flood of parcels the Heads of the three great Allied reaches the Post office during the Powers met a a few Days striking Well after Midnight in a prices. They must continue to serve i quirk change of procedure the Livido observation Over the enemy in some of the lower priced meals or heavy bombers dumped High Roplo the Valley and beyond Cassino j drinks served in april. Menus must j and on Leipzig a Industry and on her freight Yards already strained to the limit to accommodate War traffic to the cast pm front. I first reports from returning Crews i told of a concentrated and effective smash on the City i Leipzig is one of the worlds larg just railway terminals. Main a ail i Way line from Regensburg Bertin and Kassel intersect there and it is Lone of the gateways to the Eastern j front. More than 20 firms there Are j engaged in the manufacture of air a Craft parts and it is also the Home j of Assembly plants for Ju-83. And j me-109�?Ts. Reports reaching Spain from Ger or and i Manvi sail Leipzig was one of the several big cities in the Berlin arca j now being drawn on heavily to sup port the capitals bomb shattered millions. Other Raf planes Laid mines in enemy shipping lanes and fighters lashed out at enemy Airfield Overa we Dic area. Petty officer a be will be Herr Twenty Days with his wife. I in 13 c is Here for a Twenty Day leave of with his Wile and parents mrs. J. W. Parrish and daughter j Mary Jane and other relatives. Parish is a ships Cook in the u. S. Naval reserves and has been in the North Atlantic for the past nine a Mon is. Grapefruit juice and other Citrus juices ration free after december 5. Decorating with last few weeks before the Holiday j the wartime Burden on transport i tation and postal facilities and the i a a Transfer of 31,000 experienced pos roping Tai employees to the army and Navy i preclude any possibility of delivering being w rapped around the a late Rush of gifts on time. He White Way polls around j millions who intend to mail gifts j Are going to disappoint their friends unless they act at once the Post a master declared. The Square. Mrs. Waste lion facilities that has resulted in the past from late mailings a postmaster Walker said. A i want the Public to know that it is necessary to mail at once for assured delivery by Rural fam a turd a a collection. In their contrib fats depots in to is the Job of decorating Chillicothe streets is not yet completed but will be As soon As additional Evergreen roping arrives o. C. Korslund chairman of the merchants committee of the chamber of com j Merce says this committee has charge of the Christmas decorating. As is the practice in other cities j this year pretty lights will not he a part of the decorative plan Here. But the delivery of Christmas Trees to local merchants this week adds to the a Christmas look of Chillicothe streets for the Trees Are in front of the stores As Long As the Supply lasts. One merchant said Friday that Why did t you Register a asked he placed his order last february assistant United states attorney but got As Many Trees As he ordered. Raymond w. Martin. Grapefruit juice and other Citrus juices Are to be sold ration free in december according to the opals it a Point table effective december 5. Canned sauerkraut and ready to serve soups also will be Point free. Items reduced one to to Points include Green and Wax Beans soy Beans canned dry Beans canned pork and Beans carrots spinach dry Frozen Beans and certain other Frozen fruits and vegetables. To upon expiration of his leave Petty officer Parish will go to Rhode Island where he will be Sta a \ toned. He enlisted in the reserves i says prisoners in in january 1942. A brother. Claude Parrish is also jail go hungry member of the naval reserves. He is stationed at Farragut Idaho. Tire regulation changes in effect sheriffs in Many auntie Arentt even making starvation w affus. A we cannot afford in wartime to have the congestion of transport i Mato soup and sauces Are raised one Point. Mixed dried fruit was added to the fist of rationed foods at four Points a Pound. Point values set last month for jams fruit Butters and non Citrus marmalade remain a unchanged. No change is made in registered Fok Point values of canned goods. Can Sug or not draft cd carrots Are lowered three Points for the no. 2 can. Tires manufactured from re claimed rubber May Ile bought for Grade a it tires. Atlanta dec 4 a negro was in the Frozen fruit category mis nested by the feb i. On charges of cellar us fruit Points Are lowered failing to sign up for selective serv ice. In every store window Are Christmas displays and these also Aid in the achievement of a Holiday spirit. A i did a the Man replied but i six Points the miscellaneous vegetables eight to to Points and prepared Frozen Beans and Leaf greens Are Given a value of two Points a Pound. Ail Point changes will be listed on food done to know whether it was for the i charts to be displayed in draft or for stores. An opa regulation which went into effect dec. I provides that tires manufactured from reclaimed rubber and known As a War tires May now be purchased by these applicants holding Grade Iii tires holders had been restricted to used or recapped tires. The requirements of securing a certificate for the recapping of tires for commercial vehicles with truck Type Camelback were removed irom rationing dec. I. This action is to encourage recapping and reduce replacement of tires. Use of truck Type Camelback is still restricted by the War product i Tion Board to tires used on com Mercial vehicles pit t h r i is a it it int re to re x s it Jefferson City due. 4 a a most prisoner in Missouri jails Are going hungry a miss Carol Bate head of the Missouri Wei Tare league told a constitutional convention committee last night. Speaking in support of a proposal to place sheriffs on a salary instead of a fee basis she Aid that while county courts allow sheriffs As much As 75 cents a Day to feed certificates for Leach prisoner the average sex Pencil such certificate Tare was Only to to 15 cents a Day. A sheriffs in Many counties Arentt making even starvation rep. Benny Rogers Republican legislator from Christian county told Hie committee on local government. Some members of the committee agreed there was need for a change but suggested the problem might More properly be considered by the legislature. 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