Coshocton Tribune in Coshocton, Ohio
4 Dec 1943

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4 Dec 1943

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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Coshocton, OhioPhone numbers subscription class ads and display ads 205 news room 170 the Coshocton Tribune keep on with War Bonds yol. Xxxv no. 102 Best of and pictorial Coshocton Ohio saturday evening december 4, 1943 full leased wire report of United pts three cents bowing and no doubt so sorry Soldier vote Issue moves to House substitute Bill passed by Senate bitterly denounced Washington the Soldier Rote Issue moved to the House to Day after the Senate killed the Green Lucas Federal vote Bill and passed a substitute characterized by supporters of the Defeated Mea As the hardest blow Ever struck at soldiers rights in War time Bills similar to the Green Lucas Bill and also the Senate substitute will be considered in the House partisan wrangling match ing the week Long Senate debate is the new version backed by re publicans and Southern democrats who feared their states poll tax voting prerequisites might be circumvented was pushed thru 42 to 37 Over protests that it would nullify Effort to give the men overseas a Chance to vote in the 1944 election. It would turn Over to the states authority to handle the voting of members of the armed forces who Are overseas. The Defeated measure would have placed administration in the hands of a four Man War ballot commission appointed by the continued on Pago three i Jap prisoners walk along the Beach at Tarawa Island under guard of their u. S. Marine captors. The japs Are ordered to walk stooped to prevent their making a sudden attack or dash for free Dom. U. S. Marine corps photo firm and ei6hth armies press Forward i Italy conference news surprises russians by m. S. Handler United press correspondent Moscow the russian people got one of their greatest surprises of the War today when they Learned that Premier Josef Stalin had gone to Tehran to Confer with president Roosevelt and prime minister Winston Church Hill. Pill Box Hospital staff saves lives of Many marines in Tarawa fight the following Story distributed by United press was written by sgt. Pete Zurlin Den of Dayton o., a Marine corps combat correspondent than 100 men were treated in a Pill Box hos Pital during the first 36 hours after marines struck this japanese Gil Bert islands bastion and of the entire group Only four men died. Despite the fact that japanese Kidwell funeral will be monday funeral services for Abraham Kidwell. About 70. Who died in Coshocton Hospital of Burns suffered accidentally last tuesday night will be held monday at 1 p. M. At the Elliott funeral Home in Millersburg. The services will be in charge of Rev. Robert e. Matthews of the Millersburg Church of Christ and burial will be in Killbuck Ceme Tery. . Kidwell formerly lived in Glenmont. The aged Man was fatally i burned while building a fire to keep warm at the Ernest Stalder i cheese factory near Pearl. He had j asked permission to stay at the j cheese factory tuesday night. I m Tulloch candidate for am commission m. Me i Tulloch. Piqua. Third term a Clu lican speaker of the Ohio of will report to Pat Terson Field dec. 20 for final phys ical examination As a Captain in the Allied military government service. If accepted. Mcculloch will re port soft. Custer for am officer training. I Call off speech by Willkie foe "78 club cancels talk by Sparks new Nelson Sparks former mayor of Akron. O., and author of a Book criticizing Wen Dell Willkie s presidential aspirations planned today to address a Public forum at Washington after an invitation to address the "78 club 1 was withdrawn. Sparks revealed that his invitation to appear before the "78 composed of first term re publican representatives. Was withdrawn last night with deep regret by rep. Fred e. Busbey r., 111. Sparks issued the following statement did not seek the invitation. I was advised earlier in the Day that certain powerful interests were attempting to prevent my appearance before the club be cause i had agreed to let them invite the press to the meeting. Since receiving the wire a prominent u. S. Senator called me Over the phone asking if i would accept an invitation to speak before an open Public meeting to be held in Washington which i of course naturally accepted Sparks said no Date has been set for his Washington speech. I Defeated candidate charges vote fraud Youngstown Arthur h. Defeated Republican mayoralty candidate charged in a suit filed a that ballot boxes were stuffed vote were counted wrongfully and thru other fraud was evident in the novem Ber election. Was Defeated by o Neill a Democrat by a vote in a account of the balloting. He asked t int All ballot.-, and election re Corck to Brot into court and re counted. William a Bond to ensure per enhance petition. Snipers were hidden in the Pill Box at the time it. Herman By Kardt 29, user medical corps of Menominee mich., and three indefatigable Navy medical corps men worked the entire stretch without sleep administering to fallen marines. Pharmacist s mate la Robert e. Costello 25, of Woburn mass., said that shortly after Marine snipers had cleared the Pill Box of a machine gun group it. Burkardt and his men moved in and began their grim task immediately. We used up four flashlights during the first reported pharmacist s mate 2c James Whitehead 22, Jackson miss and about an hour after we d been working like fury with the first wounded japs sneaked in. We were so Busy we did t no Tice it until one of the walking wounded fired a shot into a Cor Ner. It wonder we did t ruin the lad we were working on so startled were we at the Rifle re port. Then before we started work ing again marines dragged a sniper s body out of the Pill Box and we All made a close inspection. We found. One other and a Marine smashed him on the head with a Rifle the Little Pill Box Hospital was situated directly on the front lines the first two Days of the Brief but bitter Tarawa Fig hmm. But despite the fact that constant Jap machine altho such a conference had been a matter of common gossip at every gathering of foreign diplomats and correspondents for two weeks the russians had no inkling of it. The first Public report of the conference was a broadcast of an official Tass news Agency dispatch which All Moscow newspapers published on their front pages to Day. The newspapers confined their displays to the laconic Tass announcement and the Assumption was permitted that comment would not be available until the decisions were published. Rumours of a major International conference spread rapidly thru diplomatic quarters in Moscow exactly two weeks ago. When a num Ber of ranking envoys left unexpectedly for a destination not disclosed. The american and British embassies tried to hush hush the re ports which nevertheless became common talk among the foreign ers. The russians alone maintained their customary silence and pro fessed ignorance of any such developments. The Only thing that had been generally heard in Russia of any such nature were the vague references in some of or. Roosevelt s Long costly fight with japs expected by area commander War with Columbus the Japan will be Long maj. Gen. James l. Col Lins new commanding general of the fifth service command said today in warning against optimism Over an Early Victory. And Churchill s speeches to the desirability of a meeting with Lin. By Ned Russell United press correspondent London minister of information Brendan Bracken and his top advisers were understood today to be seeking immediate re lease of a Roosevelt Churchill cont Enuco on Page three miss Sinfo Claus three killed at crossing Millersburg couple girl meet death near Massillon a Man and wife from Millers Burg and a 16-year-old girl Yvere killed and 25 train passengers were injured in a Freak crossing Acci Dent Friday night near Massillon involving two trains and an Auto. The dead Are Franklin Leroy Ralston. 54, and his wife Hallie. 35, of West Jackson st., Burg and their Friend miss Joan e. Fibber 1c, of Portage lakes They were said to have been in capture of strategic Chungteh in the this Christmas we have female santas gathering coins for the needy As does Toni Anno tone of Chicago shown Here on a volunteers of America. Chim Ney manpower shortage y know. Japanese claim Victory in China win Tough fight for Changten say by United press. Rising strength of chinese Bat the forces was admitted by the japanese today in claiming the Berlin and Leipzig pounded from air soviet forces withstand heavy counter attacks by nazis by United press Axis Europe rocked today under the Impact of pow Erful Allied blows and the threat of a decisive grand scale Campaign implicit in new As Well As by Josef Stalin president Roosevelt and Winston Churchill at Tehran Allied armies in Italy drove toward Rome the fifth joining the eighth in a full scale offensive launched after one of the heaviest artillery bombardments of the italian Campaign. A record Force of British Mosquito bombers lashed anew at Berlin while the Royal air Force sent its heavy bombers against the Industrial Center of Leipzig. The red army clamped a constricting assault arc on the approaches to Shlobin key rail Junction in lower White Russia and appeared to have weathered safely the All out German counter attacks which had checked the soviet offensive in other sectors. The resurgent Battles by and air were fought against a route to Millersburg from Akron. They were killed when their Coupe struck by the Pennsyl Vania Railroad train general. The train then stopped and a Little hard and i was struck by the Railroad s crack Liberty limited injuring 25 passengers in the general. The general s Engineer said he flashed a slow signal to the lib erty and Engineer h. A. Buchman we re Only in the opening j of the Liberty he slowed Down stages of the Gen. Col As much As possible but could not Lins said and we face a hard persons who believe the would be a Assassin Babberl planned to shoot Roosevelt continued on Page pour a c motorists to get new Type ration tickets w Ashington numbered gasoline ration coupons similar to strips of motion picture tickets will be issued to a and card holders about april 1, it was Learned today. I the office of Price adminis Fra Tion announced that the new coupons for Chicles and taxis would be of this Type Effe tue Jan. 1. The Agency had no of Iaal state ment to make concerning new a and a but it was i Learned they arc now being printed for issuance in the Early spring.1 like the new to books the a and a Coupon will be numbered Scilly. Cou Pons As a Sharp blow at Black Market which allegedly Floun had under the i Finis a Loo. E Coupon . Opa Aid ? t a new to Coupon system Only Coupon. Item the Range of serial numbers Whitlon on the of Jrie fold c. Loop i. in obtaining Long avoid ramming the stopped train. Several servicemen were among War the injured but none was Hurt will end quickly Are sadly mis-1 seriously. Railroad officials and he continued and Only by state Highway patrol officers increasing unceasing efforts of the Soldier and those on the product fog for the Accident. An investigation was under Way today. Continued on pane four Al t As a courtroom firs murder Rhau in the the eve slaying of county . Pc Stern in. He. Collett and sheriff h. ver made a of Itile trip to co let s farm Home k Nyman in an Effort to find p. H

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