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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Circleville, Ohio Weather 49 not so Cool tonight warmer sunday the Circleville Herald world National and state news by International news service two telephones business office no editorial not a 04 rooms ool sixtieth year. Number 290.Circleville, Ohio saturday december 4, 1943. Four s fifth army leaps attack a its it a a a a Ltd <3> it it it a historic big three Parley held in Teheran a Mange after big guns soften nazis conference at a end declares a Moscow radio helmet saves life plans Laid for final big a drive to Knock Germany out of War peace plan discussed coeds and nazis reveal news of session before u. S. Release $ bulletin Washington Deo. 4�?an Allied political Bombshell that will Rock nazi Germany morale to it foundations was sex ported today to explode women Tarity. This shattering new blow against Germany a War spirit is expected to come in the form of an official announcement of use i momentous decisions reached by president pm Sevelt prime minister Chur Hiil and Premier Stalin in their historic conference at Teheran Iran. Insanity plea expected for j. W. Collett Tarawa fort after yank bombardment confessed Slayer of Elmer Mccoy prepares for court arraignment murder charge filed accused Man stands firm in denial of killing two women Marine pfc. Elwood Walkins 21, of Lexington ky., owes his life to his steel helmet. was a member of the first wave of marines that landed on Tarawa Island. The Dent in front of the leathernecks steel bulletin James w. Collett appearing dazed and undecided concerning a plea on a charge of first degree murder today when he appeared before Justice George Worrell in Washington c. H., waved examination and was bound to the Fayette county grand jury without Bond. was returned to his jail cell. Collett is charged with murder of Elmer Mccoy 59. Special to the Herald i hat was made by a a a Washington c. a dec. 4�? London dec. 4�?the historic Weil aimed Bullet. International Jamea a Collett Clinton county inti Long awaited meeting of pres Farmer who has confessed the ident Roosevelt prime minister i thanksgiving eve murder of Elmer Mccoy his brother in Law and is suspected of slaying mrs. Steel reinforced Concrete Walls thick and High Tough As the naval shells that bit into them made this Jap fort on Tarawa a formidable defense against attacking u. S. Marines. Armed with Light and heavy guns including machine guns on the Sand bagged roof the defenders gave and took heavy punishment until they were blasted to death. Note shattered Palms ruined tank debris of desperate fighting. International for seen As certain candidate Republican senators say party will insist on presidential race Raf feints at Berlin and Rains destruction on City of Leipzig 1,500 tons blast City Washington dec. 4-Republican senators generally believe today that president Roosevelt will be nominated for a fourth term despite some predictions i russians break German resistance in East and aussies Pound japs by in mint la a i i i it it in Servia a the Allied campaigns to drive next six months. Sen. Willis r ind., raised the possibility however that or. That he will step out of the race 1 if Germany is Defeated within the the a Ltd an out of Ita a and paralyse the Reich a War efforts on the Home front simultaneously swung into High gear today while Roosevelt May resign before hi3 an anxious world awaited official present term is Over to head a announcement As to decisions r�?z0rfnrlenfledt0, a to a. Reach d a the historic meeting of in Europe and then in the world. _ a i think that whether or. President Roosevelt prime minis Roosevelt is a candidate depends Ter Churchill and Premier Stalin wholly on events in the next six coincident with a Tricky one two blow by Strong Royal air in Europe is Over and i think it will be Over by july i am inclined to think he will not be but will Force bomber formations at much battered Berlin and Industrial give his time to heading a world Leipzig the american fifth army organization for establishment of w3us revealed to have launched a peace first in Europe. New offensive against the German a i think he might resign before Winter line South of Rome he ends his term to head a world Lieut. Gen. Mark w. Clarks organization. I believe he is am forces which had been bogged bilious to do this and it might be Down for weeks on the Western army to drop go any Churchill and Premier Stalin was j revealed today to have taken place in a a announcement that the Confer Mcnee has ended was made by the Moscow radio which quoted an official soviet Tass news Agency dispatch from Iran. It said simply a a a several Days ago a conference of leaders of the three Allied Powers a president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin a took place in Teher to a a a a a Ltd it House London where he had spent thurs ence. Soldier vote Rdv Ecru a Fez swedes stage approval near of nes for cops demonstration fore Justice of the peace George 20.000 unneeded men will be w. Worrell in Washington c. A charge of first degree murder was filed Friday against the Mccoy and her daughter at the Sau it a tupe will plead innocent of i rect degree murder by reason of insanity. This plea was expected Satur Joni la a f x ,.,. Fined two Chicago policemen $800 a. Day As Collett prepared to go be House set to p3ss Senate tha attest Chicago dec. 4�?jurors who sent Home to ease manpower problem Washington dec. 4�?chair Kingman resident by prosecutor John b. Hill. Collett was removed Friday from the Madison county jail in military affairs committee Dis Day night and most of Friday. questions concerning the con-1 closed today that the army is now a Eft Here by hil1 and sheriff duct of the War against Germany a a overstaffed a by 50,000 officers a a Ceniu vie when they re As Well As a number of political and adj but a pm discharging Urne rom Toledo where Collett a us Uon. Were discussed at the Jet 7&Quot i a obtained. Conference. Decisions relating to Bill Over protests of new Deal leaders each for the shooting of a Sailor were reported today to have denied that their verdict was the result of any a undue influence of i a Way out. On the other hand party leaders will insist that he accept the serf. Nye Ltd it n. A. Said or. Roosevelt cannot escape being the democratic candidate for amp fourth i Quot a he a got to be their candidate. War or no War a said Nye. A the 1 Rod qty Montc would be put in the Light of run 1, we Oil arms Ning away from the respond Bill Washington dec. 4�?House brought upon them. And professors brings Quick Public protest London dec. 4�?sympathetic passage of the greatly modified the nine men and three women demonstrations by swedish Stu servicemen a vote Bill was forecast were questioned individually by dents in protest against the arrest Bas Fen going on the theory that British eighth army troops Whicher. A to t a a. Or Roosevelt will be the demo i started their drive at the half of the trans italian Battle front mapped to the attack after German positions were softened by one of the heaviest artillery concentrations Ever turned Loose in the current Campaign. Supporting i a Tigjo a american Advance. Which immediately captured several important Heights in the mountains of the Central part of the nazi line was a a plenty of air ties if he refused. And the War strength wont be Over. Furthermore. Or. J huns fill bark Roosevelt has killed off every the americans and their Brit other potential candidate of presi ish assistant components Advance dental stature in the it gtd up to two Miles in certain dec sen. Bridges r n. H., said he tors. Meanwhile to the East the these matters which will be published were i it Avi surprised in Washington Elmer Davis director of the office of War information said that the announcement by Tass came As a Surprise to government news officials. Still incensed Over premature disclosure of the Roosevelt Churchill Chiang Kai Shek conference in today state s attorney Thomas j. Court of some 1500 norwegian students Southern democrats expressed Ney some of the jurors said con. And faculty members of the uni conviction that republicans would a join them in sustaining Senate Sld ration of the wives and curl varsity of slow were reported to action Pigeon holing the original Dren be defendants prompted Day by the London daily express. Measure sponsored by sen. Lucas them from fixing heavier punish j in a dispatch from Stockholm ment. The newspaper said Large numbers the verdict was subjected to of swedish students took part in torchlight Parade to the nor a miscarriage of Justice by the Weglian legation last night to commissioned men in easing the James n. Linton of Columbus. D a manpower problem. A native of Clinton county and an indications were that the House ultimately it was Learned from acquaintance of the Kingman committee on presidential elec bit 1 As a a a idea uate and. Other sources about 20,000 officers farm Ltd for Many years will de Tlona woul it vote at least two to a a a Are to be released from the army fend Mccoy. a Aid defense a quote no a air of the modified sen in the next six months. J arc yet incomplete. Afe bl11 this measure would aim ply recommend that the 48 states. Perfect Absentee ballot Laws to a prosecution and in newspapers this information was Given to mind i Blank military committee members Collett insists he cannot re Mem to senile of Audi Iowa to a. William f Hogan u thursday in a closed door roofer v Lysis a be cannot re Mem commodare service votes and Diana a Hogan u ence with Mai in m g White s what happened from the time rect the War and Navy depart a Ulley of assault with a army personnel chief. A ments to cooperate in prot Ecung she Ink of a Ward the policemen Joseph Murray Ere found deadly the May cited Whites report in connection with his own statement Cairo by the British Reuter s news that he did not believe National Geney Davis declared a we had no idea that this a the Tass announcement a was coming tonight. We Hope that hereafter we will be Able to make better arrangements so that such a tories can be released simultaneously in All the capitals involved. We Are trying to work out arrangements of that kind with our colleagues the Berlin radio reported the end of the Roosevelt Churchill Stalin conference an hour and a half before the Tass announce continued on Pago two our weather Man service legislation a will now be the officer shake up is Quot a a Long Range program growing out of the military shift from training to combat machinery one congressional informant pointed out. White told the committee it was Learned that a about half the 50, air High Friday 4s, year ago 20. Low saturday 23. Year ago 10. Show their Solidarity with norwegian students. The finnish radio in a broadcast reported by the communications commission f that a delegation of Atu Dei Tel from Back after an argument alleged the right of service men and worn Darnell of Detroit in a North Side Helsinki University had demanded in to cast their ballot in next tavern while he was on his Way to that Finland make a a represent years presidential race. Report for induction at the great tons in appropriate quarters in order Fiat the Oslo professors and students might continue their studies. A Swiss radio broadcast also heard by the acc reported that students from both universities in Zurich had adopted resolutions declaring that the arrests were a contrary to Freedom of teaching and Freedom of nazi authorities in Norway started their drive at the begin cratic candidate if he thinks he Ning of the week continued to bite can their Way deeper into German a i done to think or. Roosevelt will be a candidate if he thinks he will be beaten but on the other positions along the Adriatic. The Veteran mommies of Gen. Sir Bernard l. Montgomery a hand Many people have fooled powerful striking Force hurled the themselves into thinking they can enemy from at least three More win when they can to observed important towns on the Eastern sen. Taft Ltd Ohio. Flank of the Tram Powell hear a of course or. Roosevelt will be the democratic nominee a said front Lanciano important nazi stronghold barring the Way to a sen. Thomas i Idaho. A further coastal Plain leading to the Adria More he will be overwhelmingly t tic terminus of the Pescara Rome Federal a a Ftp ated. The people Are sick and Highway fell before the advancing Ion said Rod new British new zealand and Cana sen. Butler r neb., also be Dian troops. In addition the by Over Money reported to be due his wife. Mccoy a Only sister and his Only heir since his wife and the Senate a action setting aside lake8 naval training station. Daughter were also slain. Collett the Lucas Bill by a 42-37 vote declares he knows nothing con after two weeks of heated debate Kerning the deaths of mrs. Collett appeared to parallel sentiment in and the daughter Mildred 22, a the House where republicans Lack continued on Page two Only ten votes of a controlling a lives that or. Roosevelt will be continued on Page two prime minister eighth captured Treglio Orsogna and Casoli. Of outstanding Arnall pleads for an end to regi mentation Jority. Passage predicted j rep. Rankin d miss., sponsor000 Over strength will be retained w Oman in is of a a Ltd so ution similar to that new York dec. 4�?gov. Ellis in an of Cert replacement Pool. Passed by the Senate confidently 1 Arnau d ga., pleaded today for h a Ala a a in addition about 5,000 others will in ten do ii adv predicted a a unanimous House Pas have ordered the deportation or be assigned to other jobs. The re flu i j u k i Sage of the modified Senate ver Nesh freed of government Reg the Oslo students and professor Sion. On the other Side of the a indentation and warned that Only count rep. Worley d Tex., through free Industry and free chairman of the elections commit Enterprise can full employment be mailing 20.000 will gradually be j discharged in the next half year new York dec. 4�?the a out he reported. Standing women of America were borne officers Are overage for announced today after a special tee echoed assertion of sen s,.< ured in am Rica combat duty it was explained a m while others who were commissioned from civilian life for special emergency tasks in the Early Days of the War now have nothing to do. Closing Down of the officers procurement service in itself leaves numerous older officers without assignment the informant said. A but on the other hand we re still Short on pilots and infantry second lieutenants a he added. Continued on Page two of jury studied the candidates and Fra ,1lcadcr1 Fak Lay that the Bill finally adopted by the made its decisions. In their various Fields they were. Movies Rosalind Russell radio a Kate Smith business mrs. Hortense odium literature a Pearl Buck Industry Vivian Kellems music Marion Anderson science addressing the 58th annual upper Branch was a meeting of the new York South Quot the Bill passed by the Senate Ern society in new York Arnall is just a gesture a a mockery Ajja a War continued i a to a 1 a a Una "7 i hour a a or eats has sons wonder drug to a concentration Camp in of Many for alleged offences against the nazis and their Quisling Henchman. Meanwhile reports of sabotage continued to emanate from nazi occupied Denmark. The swedish radio disclosed last night that a continued on Page Tuo Leipzig hard hit intensifying its Campaign to bring Home to the German people p i it q on q o i o to Khz of to paralyse u 3ulunazl Industrial efforts the Royal dance for for air forc a 77 left new file bpm Binning in in ilm and poured 1, 500 tons of High explosives and incendiaries on the Industrial and rail Center of Leipzig. An air ministry communique told of the wily tactics employed by the Raf which fainted at the already staggering German capital then hammered Home the main attack against the Central German City of Leipzig 900 Miles new York dec. 4-correspondent Grant Parr is the authority for the Story that prime minister Winston Churchill dressed in what airmen Call a a Zipper Siren suit a danced a Solo Waltz at president Roosevelt a thanksgiving party in Cairo. Katherine Blodgett journalism Phi Papo a flare Complex. There Are too Many direct do Avail a i f Honson aviation a dual la Tives having the Force and effect 1 w a Dorothy Thompson aviation i Tives having Nancy love Harkness Labory Raf is at h a h of mrs. Anna Rosenberg. J government and private Indus serving As the jury were Alan draft of signs try Ahou a not compete he said Maxwell Fannie Hurst Faith a the trim nov no elem Niter i by next Spring Baldwin Judith Evelyn Ruth Bry t m a a lat i ski Al new hark firemen Rush an Owen Rhode mrs. Oliver har Akron o. 44 Atlanta 68 Bismarck s. ,4 Burbank calif.77 a Uff Alo s. hic ago Iii. 42 insinuate o. Fin Staveland 0. 44 a Eaton o. 44 c Leaver Colo Detroit Mich. Duluth. Minn. Fort wort Tex. A Lunt Naton w. A. a Raj. Kansan City to. ��ui., Ville by. Minnii in. . Paul Mino. Kew Orleans la. A a a York n a. Oklahoma Cit it Oulu flt Tsi. Toledo o. M 5 j 4 i a f. I 4. 52 x1 is 4 is 4 s 43 and 33 to 41 21 22 4? r. A 21 5 it Butrimas Margaret Sangster i it o fire f in d m 8 Sara b de Forrest it in quarters yearning proves costly Hollywood dec. 4 a a new York dec. 4�?firemen movie struck Brooklyn girl today of Hook and ladder company began serving a four month jail eleven should hold the worlds ree sentence after pleading guilty Ord for Speed in getting to a fire of issuing bad checks with hearing alarm Bells Early today out sufficient funds. The girl members of the company hopped la Verne Nelson 21, told a super out of their Beds to Rush to the for court judge that she came to fire and a there 1 was. Hollywood last july with $1200 Zush legion u. C. A a mall Blaze of undetermined origin which had started in the j a rehoused Walls was quickly sex a a i Ting used. And a yearning for Glamour. When the primary problem after the c hic ago dec. 4 the Resigna employment for the people of this Tion of one Etc ago selective ser nation. Only with our hands can vice Board Over the drafting of we make a nation free from want a a fathers while no fathers Are occur the Georgia governor declared Patlon ally deferred and the re Jig added Quot platitudes directives Lectance of other boards to Call resolutions and Sun ase making Ean fathers were disclosed today. Not accomplish it. We can and we Paul g. Armstrong state i must make it possible for every Rector of selective service told american to make a decent living the Chicago association of com by his own Effort Merce that he had prevailed on a there should be no rivalry in the resigned Chicago Board to re the United states Between private main on the Job. Initiative and Public initiative. The draft director explained both private and Public initiative that men necessary to War pro j Are essential to the nation they auction Are being Given More con complement each other. Those who the Cash waa spent for clothe3 and Side ration than men with a Hildren would make them rivals do a Dis night club entertainment she said j who Are not contributing to the service to both and an injury to the she wrote checks. A War Effort. new York dec. 4 the Wool j War is that of finding production j Der drug penicillin which i credited with a score of miraculous cures where All other medical Means have failed will be available to the civilian medical profession Lata in the Spring of 1944. Penicillin is currently controlled by the armed forces. Any use of the drug for civilians can be obtained Only through approval of the army or Navy. Of. Parr said the prime minister away asked the Soldier orchestra to play speedy Mosquito bombers Eon a carry me Back to old Vir statute a the left handed feint Ginny no fewer than four times which struck Berlin thus divert but according to Parr the sol ing much of the enemy s fighter Diers were stumped when Harry strength from the heavy four Hopkins asked them to play a apis motored bombardment groups Tol packing the orchestra which lashed at Leipzig fifth had been away from Home so Long largest City of the Reich. Many of members had not heard German War industries which Parr said he got his information formerly were situated in the from a member of the orchestra Ruhr have been shifted to Leipzig do. Mckofke he Dies or. Franklin d. Mcelfresh a former pastor of the first methodist Church of Circleville died who told him the musicians had As much fun As the notables especially when they heard the a big shots Bellow out their favorite old Stockholm says turks ordered out of German i London dec. 4 a the Stockholm tid Ningen in a dispatch from Budapest quod by routers today said that Turkey had ordered All turkish students to leave Germany immediately. Informed observe is in London believed th3 report mi4a, indicate c continued on Page two s s h o p p i n g 17 Days till Mas Friday night at Hig Home in co Lumbus. leaves one daughter that Turkey is pro it Ann to de miss Florence Mcelfresh i Clare War on Germany. I buy War savings Stamps

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