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November 4, 1943     Golden Valley News
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November 4, 1943
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f at ~i ws, rth et- t i ets ~ i in ~at i 3m let !: ;! ii Thursday, November 4, 1943 lull i WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS Tax Body Asks Higher Postal Ra es; Coal Miners Offered New Pay Boost; Nazis Strengthen" Defenses in Italy As Allied Forces Gather in Corsma (EDITOR'S NO'I~B : When opinions are expressed in these columns, they are those ~f ~atern Newspaper Union's news analysts and not necessarily of this newspaper.) Released by Western Newspaper Union Labor leaders who conferred with President Roosevelt on wages and prices included, from left to right in front row, William Green, AFL presl- ident; A. F. Whitney; Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, social security board; Philip Murray, CIO president, and Julius Emspak. Back row from left to right: ~George Meany, Daniel ~obin and I~ J. Thomas. ITALY. - ,~ ~,~--~, !Dig In With the Nazis solidly entrenched In the mountains running acrou lta~ 100 miles south of Rome, there were reports that Gem Dwight '~isenhower was assembling forces :in Corsica, possibly for a landing ~at the Germans' rear in northern Italy, or ~n tile French Riviera. The mountains in which the Ger- mans dug in form a double ridge and rise to heights of 2,500 feet along ~he sector occupied by Lieut. Gen. Mark Clark's Fifth army. Because most positions blend well into the landscape and the heights are rug- ged, experts saw little use of air- :planes to bomb defenses effectively ,or armored formations to break up ,concentrations. The continuir~ flow of German ,reinforcements in northern Italy in-