Twin Falls Times News, October 18, 1943

Twin Falls Times News

October 18, 1943

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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1943, Twin Falls, Idaho PAJD WASTI PATS Save a tablespoon every day STRAIN into CLEAN CAN keep in Sell at meat count en when you hava a pound fata and greases 159 TWIN Newspaper Serving Nine Irrigated Idaho Counties WAR BULtE0 the main Japanese columns m to force the Chinese In Yunttan Ince back across to the east bank of the Salween river has been broken up and r Iw ln the Chinese high command announced Official City County Newspaper TWIN OCTOBER 1948 lvm FI Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation Associated Preu and United Prat PRICE 6 CENTS PUSH CRACKS Reds Smash Enemy Rail Escape Line By HENRY SHAPIRO 18 cutting in behind began shelling the trunk railway running west to Bessarabia cutting the primary retreat route from the flanked German stronghold inside the Dnieper The red after crashing through a fortified German belt west of the Dnieper 40 miles south east of was pouring through the breach and threatening to envelop front dispatches The liberation of Kiev is immin the newspaper Pravda said in declaring that the middle Dnieper already was entirely and the whole Dnieper line was Nazis Lose Heavily The threat to the German armies In the southwest Ukraine and the Crimea mounted and signs Increased that the nazi command was beginning the evacuation of the Black sea peninsula while sacrific ing troops by the thousand at the at the Melitopol Bodlon Malinlovskys men swept steadily southward through the new gap in the Dnieper posing an Imminent threat to Dnie propetrovsk from the and aim Ing at an eventual junction with the Soviet forces striking into the lower Dnieper valley from Zapor ozhe and the Melitopol Thirteen days of bitter fighting crumpled the German defenses southeast of Kremenchug and laid open the rich Ukrainian plain nest led In the arms of the Reds Force River Held reports said that a substan tial German force was the bloody After the Rus sians forced the fravda STOCK CUT 1944 18 UfJrThe Brit Isphospital ship Newfoundland was sunk off Salerna 13 as the result of deUberatesfeattacks by German naval sources re pealed persons Were reported to have lost their Survivors reported that all the Newfoundlands lights were on and that large Red Cross symbols were clearly There could be no a witness The sinking presumably occurred during allied landings on the Saler no There were no wounded aboard the but the vessel was carrying 100 American nurses who were scheduled to land with the fifth Of those five were nurses attached to the British Red one was a nurse not further Iden and the rest were ships doc tors and the ships Deardorff Found Guilty of Assault 1 of guil ty of assault with a deadly with a recommendation of was returned at Sunday by the Jury hearing the trial of The defendant was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with Intent to District Judge Porter set Saturday for the pro nouncing of Theverdict climaxed a trial be ginning which be came one of the most discussed criminal cases In the local district court In many Deardorff was accused of thing a rifle at Malta water May In his Instruc tions to the jury Judge Porter held that the information as filed against Deardorff was not sufficient to charge assault with intent to com mit He advised the the information was sufficient to charge assault with a deadly The Jury began its seven and one half hour deliberation shortly before 7 Soldier Killed In Train Wreck 18 Atlantic Coast Line said today that a broken rail caused derailment of a northbound section of the Ha vana Special near Richmond last night to which one soldier 18 ilian food supplies may be some what smaller next the bureau of agricultural economics reported although production prob ably will equal or exceed this years record Analyzing production goals recently by the war food adminis the bureau said there should continue to be an abundant supply of and as large a per capita supply as this year of fresh fruits and dried beans and Shorter allowances of meats and dairy products are whilo supplies of foodstuffs and oils as a group are expected to be maintain ed at the ration levels of recent There probably will be smaller civilian supplies of canned fruits and vegetables in the first half of but In the second half the supply may be larger than this lendlease and other requirements probably will more than any increase W the bureau of Smallertjlvillari supplies of meats and dairy products in 1944 probably will meant a diet slightly lower in protein and because of higher levels of enrichment of bread and the diet may contain more Iron and the B DENOUNCE LEVY OF ADDED IAXES 18 National Association of Manufac urers today opposed all tax increases and all proposed new taxes in a statement that denounced the ad ministrations tax plan as bordering on the fantas tic and argued that the present law would produce enough Cheever chairman of NAMs committee on government fi nance and chairman of the board of Universal Pictures Los presented the NAMs no tax increase recommendation to the house ways and means Cowdin claimed that the present tax laws would bring in to the fed eral treasury In the next calendar year which he said was more than esti mated by the The treasurys outright opposition to any form of sales tax was reit erated today by Randolph treasury general Speaking at a conference of agricultural lead ers he said that such a levy would work hardships on persons low and produce an irresisti ble drive for higher wages and farm Paul said he did not mean to im that a sales tax would not to some degree curb inflationary Cowdin said that the NAM ad mitted that there was some infla tion and a possibility of but added that he thought the economic stabilization program would take care of Fortress Over East Prussia NBA Radiophoto Over the flat fields of East Prussia roars a Flying Fortress of the eighth air force while smoke rises from the FockeWulf assembly plant at Afarienburg that was its RAF Hits Island Bases in Aegean 18 British heavy bombers scored hits on han gars and aircraft dispersal areas at Marltza Sat urday a communique an nounced Other aircraftibombed the har bor at 50 njlles northwest of the same and started a Daylight bombers raided shipping In Skyros also in the yesterday with undis closed All planes returned Air Attack Renewed Forts Pound Europe 18 American Flying Fortresses smashed in force at nazi Europe again today in pacing the renewal of the allied air which sent traffic over the channel soaring to a high peak of Plane Lgss Times HPl TT O Inat or Open Drive On Jap Burma Bases NEW 18 ground and air forces have launched a strong attack against the Japaneseheld town of 60 miles north of the important Burmese supply port of a communique disclosed FLASHES of LIFE By Associated Press BANK NEW was killed and seven a uautenant of chief of the Rich mond office of the said in vestigation showed no signs of Leroy Breece emptied his pockets in Brooklyn magistrates court but was unable to muster the full fine imposed upon him for allegedly turning in a false fire He looked up at Judge John D Mason but the latter appeared un Breece He took off one of his shoes and pulled out a REWARD SALT LAKE Sarah Austin planted a lemon tree 20 years For two decades she pampered its every moving it patiently indoors each time frigid weather At last it has rewarded 10 SERVICE 18 Comes now the chanting mail aid the drive to Include returnaddress zone numbers on all Postmaster Mary Briggs has had a box equipped with a record ing Just press a button and a voice calls out the zone number at that Others are to be placed through out Hollywood and Los India Moves to Curb Starvation NEW 18 government of India planned to place a threepoint emergency food program in operation today as of ficial reports said that per sons in Calcutta were near death from An unofficial re port said starved to death la Bengal province last The program includes a statutory price control on all major foods rationing for all urban and a shifting of responsibllty for counterbalancing food deficits to the Individual Informed sources said the official death toll in Calcutta alone was 1 running over persona a A terse communique from Lord Louis Mountbattens head quarters revealed that British troops struck across the Indian border Sat urday night under cover of diver sionary patrol raids and success Maungdaw with fully attacked mortar Dive Bombers Attack There was no immediate indica tion as to the size of the British force but the communique announced RAF dive bombers and fighters Joined the attack Sun day pounding enemy troop concentrations throughout the area Medium bombers followed up the daylight raids with a series of at tacks against Akyab and the Sag aing railway station south of setting In both target Other British raiders ranged along the Irrawaddy and Chlndwin damaging three river steamers and two oil One RAF plane was lost in the day and night Japs Enter China Announcement of the British at tack on Maungdaw came amid In creasing speculation that Mount batten was preparing to launch a largescale offensive against Jap anese positions In southeast Chinese sources reported that two totaling about had crossed the north western Burma border into China weekin an effort to parry a possible allied thrust from that dl There had been reports that the new allied drive might bypass northern Burma entirely and strike Mrectly at the great Singapore na 18 Ainerlean and navy planes are besting the enemy by a score of four to one or an official re port in every phase of air the office of war Information announceshave de stroyed almost four axis planes for every one from to The navy says its air arm taken a toll of four or five enemy planes for every United States Many The estimates do not include thousands of German and Japanese planes damaged and countless oth ers listed as probable OWIssecond report Ameri can combat performance said the of over enemy craft may be increased sharply with of a larger arid more deadly A new light bornber is at present in the stage just preceding the report adding that the plane would be equipped with a powerful cannon and with interchangeable noses for types of Pres ent types of planes have been im OWI to greatly in creaseand intensify their offensive 5 to 1 Ratio In the six months from March OWI the box score shows axis planes Wasted out of action at a cost of American enemy bombing remotely No f rivals ours either in in tensity or the report In 21 months of the craft flew dropped tons of bombs and probably damaged enemy planes in ad dition to the listed as certain The threeday lull In the aerial campaign was broken last night by light British Mosquito bombers which made one of their periodica nuisance and reconnaissance thrusts at Picking up by daylight a large tor It United Fortresses carried out i tost major operation since the at tack Thursday on Schweinfurt which cost a record high of 60 bomb trmt Premier Watchers on the southeast coast of England saw the big Boeings re turning from the Strag glers were bringing up the indicating that the bombers had tangled with German fighters in an air battle of considerable A report from the channel area said the sky over the straits of Dover appeared to be filled with planes which left vapor trails In the bright Large forces of allied swept across the channel toward France before the Fortresses flew back to and activity was at a high Twinengined Mosquito bombers attacked objectives in western Ger as well as during the night without The raid on Ber lin was the 84th of the war and the first night attack by the RAF bomb er command since a similar Mosqui to raid on Berlin Strikers Ignore Lewis Work Plea 18 of Alabamas 81 union mines were reopened today but a survey of the coal fields indicated at least 80 per cent of the idle miners had failed to heed the returntowork plea from John president of the United Mine Workers of All Alabama union mines had been idle over the The miners walked out beginning last Wednesday when Secretary Ickes returned the mines to their saying they had no contract with the operators as their work agree ment had been made with the gov The walkout was not au thorized by the Fleeing Elephant Chased 50 Miles 18 feefom broke loose last night and led police and trainers on a 50mile chase through a north sast residential section of Atlanta oefore her capture in a blind Six police cars and scores of singling Barnum and ualley circus employes followed In he wake of splintered garages and ences and uprooted a was pinned against a bashed by the ele gants He was sent to a hospital and later Restless Slave Labor Seen As Major Problem of Nazis 18 a result of recent developments on both the military and political the foreign workers who the Germans boasted in July were working contentedly to the relch now bid fair to become one of the biggest Apparently disturbed by the pos sible effect which the trend events in the Mediterranean might have on these the Germans are said to have deprived them 6f the last vestiges of reasonable free dom they were promised The French were a problem even before the downfall of Benlto Mus solini and Italys subsequent drawal from axis Italys declaration of war Upon Germany the maw of within the reich also definitely warrant the gestapos piciqus that they may be far do tens of thousands of disarmed Italian soldiers wno were sent to To these dissatisfied and unruly masses of French and Italian labor now may be added the thou sands of imported workers from Serbia and other parts of the well as a small con tingent of Portuguese labor volun Unrest in all these people may conceivably be inspired by recent and reliable reports from Germany Indicate that the taking no tripled guards around the camps where both voluntary and involuntary workers from the Mediterranean na tions are Heinrich gestapo chief is reported to have appealed to Adolf Hitler to move some of the most suspicjous foreign laborers out of Germany before it is too late workers poison the minds of good Fifth Army Advance Carries Clark Past Volturno Defenses Allies Destroy 104 Jap Planes In Air Battles ALLIED HEADQUARTERS IN THE SOUTHWEST PA 18 airmen have blasted probably planes out of the Japanese air force in the southwest In a series of brilliant victories Friday and an nounced George Kenneys fliers sho down 92 planes and destroyed 12 on the Twentyfou more probably were shot down and 19 probably destroyed o damaged on the OncSided Victory The most onesided victory wa scored over New Guineas Oro ba The Japanese lost 26 bomb ers and 20 fighters and probabl 11 other Not one alliet plane was though som were Apparently seeking to emulate th GREECE PROTESTS 18 The en toe Greek exile cabinet has resign ed in protest against Italys admis sion to cobelligerency with the United press advices from Cairo said following reports of a serious outbreak of fighting between rival guerrilla factions in side The London Evening reporting the cabinet Tsouderos refused to accept his ministers withdrawal and was con sulting King George II hi an effort to resolve the A Cairo dispatch to the Daily Herald said censorship restrictions have been relaxed sufficiently to permit publication of some details of a bloody clash between guerrilla forces in central Greece The rival a national lib eration group composed largely of Greek and a democrat ic army commanded by were said to have engaged in fight Ing on a scale approaching a minor civil war following an attempt by the communists to seize control of the guerrilla German occupation the dispatch negotiated an armis tice between the two factions in order to permit them to reorganize and exterminate each other more individuals volun Public Forum etters and in contributions came pouring Into the TimesNews office today in a spontaneous re sponse to the proposal that an ap roprlate memorial be created in honor of the late ounder of the Twin Falls and north ide In its editorial column and at the suggestion of former Addison the Times lews urged that a Perrine Memorial assaation be organized to make lans for the monument and take harge of all contributions to a me morial Until such time as the association is the Times ews is receiving Many suggestions have been of ered as to the type of memorial should be These have Included renaming the city ark in honor of Perrine and mtting a monument in the park recting a monument at a point of bservation directly across the can on from the Perrine Blue lakes and establishing scenic high nays in his A number of individuals have vol unteered to be members of the Me morial or have suggest ed names they thought would be deal Within a day after the Times ews announced It would receive ash contributions for the memo Continued on Pace Column Pope Prepared to Flee Vatican City 18 Ger man envoy to the Vatican has in formed Pope Pius XII that the battle of Italy is expected to reach the Rome area within the next few Swiss reports said The German ambassador was said to have told the Pope that all ar rangements have been made to transfer the pontiff and the cardi nals to allies punishing raid on Rabau New the Japanese sent ap proximately 62 bombers and fighters against Oro Their divebomb ers came in customary sur prise the surprise was on the American fighter In P38s intercepted the first wav and then P40s came roaring Intc the r The enemy found It Inipossible tt get through to allied shipping in th And when those still in th air gave up and streaked for hom they found it nearly as Impossible to Allied fighters pursuec them all the way to New MacArthurs communique said the big force of enemy planes was vir tually The same day the Japanese sent 15 bombers and 12 fighters agains A small formation o P40s shot down five bombers ant a fighter and probably got three more Again all allied planes Jap Airdrome Hit Mitchell cov ered by swept in over Wewak and the adjoining Borara airdrome at treetop de stroying six bombers and four fight ers on the ground and destroying or badly damaging 12 other bomb One Mitchell was destroyed by antiaircraft fire but accompany ing fighters shot down 16 20 to 30 intercepting enemy fighters and probably destroyed three others Sixteen Japanese out o 30 to 40 that attempted to intercep allied raiders on Madang the same were shot Seven were listed as probables and two were destroyed on the One allie plane failed to Todays communique said noth ing about the progress of Austra lian troops advancing upon the Japanese base at Exchange Slated on Tuesday Portuguese India 18 American consul ate announced today that the ex change of American and Japanese nationals aboard the liners Teia Maru and Gripsholm will take place The announcement was made by the consulate after a conference with Japanese authorities while the expectant repatriates hung over the rails of the two vessels eagerly awaiting their It was explained that the Jap anese had asked a days delay in the exchange to enable them to finish arrangements for accommo dating their Woman Murdered At Ogden Hotel 18 battered body of Dorothy Cra found early today In an Ogden hotel room where she apparently had been bludgeoned to An autopsy was scheduled for late this afternoon to determine the exact cause of police were holding Joseph Oliver 40yearold for question ing in the NAVY DAY PROCLAIMED 18 Bottolfsen today proclaimed 27 as Navy day in Idaho arid urged its proper observance by the states By NOLAND NORGAARD ALLIED HEADQUAR 18 Mark Clarks fifth army in slashing give andtake battle has driven be yond the Volturno and firm ly occupied the towns of Can Ruviano and British eighth army patrols are stabbing westward into the Apennine backbone to ward allied headquar ters announced Important new allied landings of men and material in recent days have been made on the Italian mainland as a part of the steady reinforcement of Dwight Eisenhowers it was Enemy Burns Supplies From both the fifth and eighth army fronts came reports of numer ous fires In the enemy rear This pointed to the possibility that the Germans were destroying sup ply dumps preparatory to a general although there was nothing else to indicate that fur ther allied advances toward the Italian capital from any direction would be made except in the face of the most stubborn Clarks American veterans of Sa lerno captured the towns of Ner rone and Ruviano in the high ground dominating the surrounding lowlands fierce merrygo round fighting In which strong formations from each side repeat edly stabbed deep into the opposing creating a fluid situation over an area five or six miles deep in British troops occupied CanceBa a former important axis alrbase eight miles on the north bank of the Volturno after beating back massive German counterattack Inthe course of an advance from the British Flank Foe It was in that sector that British amphibious forces had landed along the Gulf of Gaeta to flank the German anchor at the mouth of the The United States troops beat off three strong German thrusts before battling their way Continued on Column 4 fighting continues txxjay along a wide front in with the Yugoslav national army of libera tion reporting new successes against German communication lines while acknowledging the loss of Zenlca to central Troops retreating from Zenlca In the Balkan a communique destroyed the Bilo railway sta derailed a train near blew up a railway bridge and ripped up nearly two miles of track to slow the German The broadcast by the free Yugoslavia reported hard fighting near the Adriatic port of where repeated attacks by Marshal Erwin Rommels nazl forces were said to have been throvai The partisans announced the de feat of an enemy column new Em otskl In Bosnia and the occupation of the village of white lo cal fighting was reported around Karlovac and all centers of recent Attacks were continued on main railways in Yesterdays Yugoslav broadcast said Josip Tito Broz forces now command all of the Croatian coastal region and the northern coast of Dalmatia except Zara and Rain Ends Peril Of Forest Fires falling Monday at Twin Burley and elsewhere over outh central Idaho was putting an end to range fire for the it was said by Maurice district This rain means that we can Uit worrying about range eclared the March said a brush fire was re jorted Sunday between Three Greek and Hot near the toe be1 ween Twin Palls and Owyhea This is in the Boise he and he ther information on he As the1 be irobably extended and possibly Sunday ;