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Combat Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 17, 1943, 5th Army front, 5th Army front Wednesday november 17, 1943radio program american expeditionary station fifth army Apo 464 1250 kilo Cycle 244 meters thursday november 18, 1943 11 00�?the band Box 11 30�?melody round up 11 45�?pol a dots 12 00�?yank swing session 12 30�?news and program resume 12 45�?gi Jive 1 00�?sign off 4 00�?russ Morgan Orch. 4 15�?Are you a Genius 4 30�?fifth army swing band 4 45�?men of note 5 00�?the rhythm club 5 30�?dianh Shore 5 45�?ha try j Amos Orch. 6 00�?mavkell House show 6 30�?5"the chief 6 45�?fred Waring show 7 00�?news and program resume 7 15�?junior�?Ts Jive session 7 30�?aldrich family show 8 00�?bing Crosby show 8 30�?ole�?T Oaken bucket 9 00�?music of the masters 9 30�?woody Herman Orch. 9 45�?slumber time 10 00�?sign off the staes and Ste types Page 8 Hangary squirms Hull discusses Moscow meet Hungary nov. 16 a a Hungary a Hopes of Victory Are decreasing Premier Nicholas \ on Kallay has admitted in a speech before the hungarian parliament the hungarian Telegraph Agency reveals. It is also reported that the Premier stated Hungary a a May become the theater of operations and added that Hungary is tense As a result of a a the War of famine lessening Bombay nov. 16�?the Indian Central Assembly has been told that about 39,800 per sons have died of starvation in the Calcutta area since the outbreak of the famine. Sixty five starvation deaths were recorded saturday a an almost 50 per cent decrease from late daily totals. The food situation is improving. London nov. 16�?professor a. V. Hill member of parliament and Nobel prize Winner in psychology and Medicine will visit India to advise on reconstruction problems Ami on the coordination of scientific research in nazi claims London nov. 16�?radio Berlin quotes the German High command As claiming to have hit several Allied troop transports in the Mediterranean. Berlin says that nazi bomber formations in Low level attacks on Allied shipping struck transports off thee Oast of North Africa. The High command claims an attack was made on 22 fully Laden transports escorted by eight destroyers. Jerry pilots reported they left several ships burning and by six votes Youngstown Ohio nov. 16 a by a gnats eyelash of six votes Ralph of Neill democratic candidate for mayor of Youngstown won the mayors seat Over Arthur o. Williams the Republican candidate. The count has been certified to the Ohio Secretary of state by the Mahoning county Board of elections. Of Neill is the City Engineer of Youngstown. Fiume islands taken Berlin nov. In a Tho German news Agency reports the Landing of troops in three Small Adriatic islands off the port of fiume. The islands Are Veglia Che so and Lusskin. After a Brief resistance tile islands Wert captured says the report. Washington nov. 16�?Secretary of state Cordell Hull will address a joint meeting of the two houses of Congress thursday when lie will make his first official report on the m Moscow conference. Hull will appear before an informal gathering of the House and chamber and not a formal joint session. Churchill spoke at such a meeting several months ago. It is expected that the four Power agreement reached in Moscow Wili be the main subject of the Secretary a speech. Hull said today in a press conference his first since his return that the four nation declaration came about because each of the four nations desiring to end isolationism decided this was the time to go ahead with a Broad Basic program of cooperation. Hull emphasized at the press conference that no secret agreements were made. He praised Premier Stalin and tile russian spirit of cooperation. He added that the conference had been eminently successful in launching a Forward movement Tow Ards the preservation of peace and Security and the promotion of better economic relations. Secretary Hull said that the United states great Britain and Russia were in firm agreement on the Broad policy of assuring the people of each nazi overrun nation in Europe Tho right to select their own leagues sell several billion Victory Bonds Lucas stresses baseball s value in War Effort More Grid scores we have a few More football scores that came in in the most important of them California took Urcla by the tune of 13 to 6. This is one of the big games of the West coast and Drew a crowd of Well Over 50,000. The scores Swarthmore 13, Muhlenburg 8 Arkansas aggie 19, Kee amp Lor Field 7 Carson Newman 14, Milligan 6 Greensboro airbase 14, Wake Forrest 9 Mississippi state 19, Mississippi engineers 0 Morehouse 6, Xavier 0 Richmond 74, Norfolk marines 7.bedwell in Jam Chicago nov. 16 a Charles Bidwell wealthy sportsman and owner of the Chicago cardinals pro football team was sought by sheriffs deputies after he had ignored a summons to appear before a grand jury investigating the gambling Racket he is said to have been connected with. He appeared before the jury earlier but officials said he had not answered questions . Red wings lose Detroit nov. 16�?the Montreal hockey team trimmed the Detroit red wings 4 to i in a fast game featured by the Speed of Montreal a Youthful skaters. The Canadian players handed Detroit its first defeat although tin Heil wings had been held to two previous ties. The pathetic new York rangers went on losing taking their sixth straight beating. They lost this time to Boston 6 to 2. Washington nov. 16 a professional baseball should be permitted to continue unimpaired during the wartime it was urged by Illinois senator Scott Lucas. Senator Lucas pointed to the financial contributions that baseball has made to the War Effort in the past season. He also emphasized its importance As a builder of morale. Organized baseball has supported willingly All War activities Lucas said. During this year More than a billion dollars of War Bonds were sold through National league teams. American league figures Are not available but it is assume they Are As High. Contributions to the Rod Cross made possible by organized baseball come to More than two million dollars during the year it was pointed out. Also the government picked up two and a Quarter million dollars in admission football standings w Estern division Seattle nov. 16�?w. C. Tuttle for the last eight years president of the Pacific league Bas resigned. He notified each owner by mail and then left on a Hunter g trip with no reason for his resignation Yea. Branch Rickey and Leo tin lip Durocher Haven to decided yet who will manage the bums next year but Lippy is considered most Likely the one to do the Job. An old ear injury is keeping pirate hurler Max Butcher out of military service. W. L. T. Pet. Chicago bears 6 0 i 1.000 Green Bay 4 2 i .667 Detroit Lions 3 i i .429 Chicago cards 0 7 0 too Eastern division Wash. Redskins 4 0 i 1.000 Stagle 3 2 i .600 n. Y. Giants 2 2 i .500 Brooklyn i 6 0 .143

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