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Abilene Morning Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 1, 1945, Abilene, Texas Monthly Paper Salvage Pick-Up Sunday MorningAbilene Reporter-Betas!"WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES." - Bvron MORNING • VOL. LXIV, NO. 250 A TEXAS NEWSPAPER ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1945-FOURTEEN PAGES Associated Press (AP)    United Press (UP) PRICE FIVE CENTS Nazi Tank Defense Grows; Fight Bitter ‘Marines Capture Third Airfield ’On Iwo, Control Half Island U.S. PACIFIC FLEET HEADQUARTERS, Guam, Thursday, March 1.—(AP)—A big Marine push on little Iwo ^Vedncsday won them most of the island s vital central plateau with gains that one general said went far toward deciding the 10-day-old campaign. The hard-fighting Devildogs won complete control of a second airfield. They rolled past the f island's principal town of Motoyama. They reached a third incompleted airfield, gained more than 500 They yards all along the line. They advanced up to 800 yards through the best developed a set of fortification encountered anywhere in the Pacific. They counted 4.784 enemy dead. Well over half of the island, which Lt. Gen. Holland M. ^ Smith expects to fall shortly, ® is in Marine hands. M.'i! Gen. Graves B. Erskine of the Thud division said the battle for the plateau is the decisive operation and once all of- it is in Marine hands the field of Iwo's north a end will be down lull. ^ Wednesdays impressive gains snapped the back of Japanese resistance which had compelled the Marines to measure pains by feet and yards for five days. The push in the center pierced *    the mam enemy line of resistance. From this point on, the enemy strength and will to resist can be expected to grow weaker. The death count for the enemy obviosuly is far from complete. Front line correspondents said the % advancing Americans found large members of enemy dead in pillboxes, shell and bomb holes and in fortified gun emplacements. Many of these dead had been dragged into pillboxes and holes by the Japanese to conceal them. 4 The count of rncmy dead covered a period up to 6 p. m. Monday. Inasmuch as a previous communique listed 3,568 Japanese dead up to noon the same day, the new report suggests the killing of more than 1,000 Japanese in a six hour period. On the ue>: shore. Mai. CUn. Kel-le: K R.-xke;. > fifth divi.smm which had hem stall« ri while the other two divisions inched ahead Tuesday, drove ’hv. ard. paced by tanks. *    tn the center General Erskine'.s Thud divnmm finally capt urine The Janar.e.-o fighter airfield, plunged p: M.ito\nma town and reached the edce of a third airfield which s*hl was under construction when t the i land v as invaded Feb, 19.    Ul) On the eai-t side. Ma> Gen. Chi-    ,, tnU R Cat*-s‘ Fourth division hurled ‘ back bitterly resisting encmv forces    , Adm Cues* or W Nimrr an-ivuii'otHi *Iv pr< ^urcss ’p. a commu-mc\u*    :r.^rnni£ \vhu*h pointed ’ « up th.e iff tpe of fight still rag-iiig bv re port mu enemy prisoners in oiuh* <i.i>s total 10.    | Warships of the Fifth fleet. Marine artillery and carrier based planes poured it on the foe hut the Japanese still were sending hack heavy mortar fire. The Wednesday big push, one of the m"st impressive ui more than a week, followed enemy iiifiltration ir?omp!- 'I'uesday nicht which were holed bv the fleet ilhuninatinrn the scene \\ ith star shells. A pupportmg carrier planes flew north, of I-AO and touched off explosions at the enemy seaplane base at Chichi in the Bonin islands The Iwo Japanese, fighting from ^ a ma;v of pillbox and blockhouse ® defense: and having the advantage ' of Imiher ground, limned the Marines Tuesday to small gams. Merchandise Valued *    At $125 Taken Here Merchandise valued a: $123 was taken from the Ideal Loan and j Credit Jewelers Co., 1069 South 1st. j sometime early Wednesday, accord- ! ^ mu to records of the Abilene police, j Two front glass windows had been knocked out. investigating officers; reported.    ! Missing .stivk included one birth- : stone ring: two /.ircon rings, one j cameo and (>• Masonic ring, a t ^ Indie's rose gold Parker watch, small ' diamond wedding set and a man's used wrist watch. AMERICAN SHIPPING USES MANILA BAY ONCE MORE MANILA. Thursday. March 1.—(AP)—Gen. Douglas Mac-Arthur today announced the entrance of American shipping into Manila bay and the end of the Corregidor campaign just 14 days after paratroopers and infantrymen landed on the fortress island to engage a well-armed enemy double the size of the Yank force. The Americans look “the rock" at the entrance to Manila bay in just half the time the Japanese required to defeat the gallant defenders under Lt. Gen Jonathan M. Wainwnght Bond Sales Fall Far Under Goal Erft Crossed Three Times PARIS, Feb. 28—(AP)—General Kisenhower's rampant western front offensive smashed to within (> 1-2 miles of the great industrial city of Cologne today with the U. S. First Army making three crossings of the shallow Erft river near Modrath. There wore indications that the Germans wore being forccd to withdraw from their positions west, of the Rhine as tanks and infantry of Lt. Gen. Courtney H. Hodges’ First Army went crashing through tlie main defenses guarding Cologne and other Allied Churchill Wins Commons' Fight JAPS PIN MARINES ON IWO BEACH on the beach of Iwo Jima on D-Day, Feb. (AP Wirophoto fr* m Marine Corps). -Heavy enemy fire pins Fourth Division Marine.' 19, as they open their toughest battle in 168 years. in early 1942 A force of o.OoB Americans. ! landing under fire Feb. 16. j avenged that surrender by i smashing approximately 6.000 j Japanese.    j MacArthur termed Corregidor "a j stronply-fortified island fortress de- | fended to the point of annihilation j by a well-equipped, fanatical enemy practically double the size of our force The Japanese on Corregidor. he said, were "reduced in a period of 12 days by a combination of surprise. strategy and fighting technique and skill, perfectly coordinated with supporting naval and air forces." American shipping was usuic Manila harbor today, sailing past the once-formidable "Rock" at the bay ., entrance. Mar Arthur said 4.215 Japanese bodies had hern counted on ( orregidor and many hundreds have been sealed in tunnels and eaves where they were buried alive or blown to bits as the' touched off underground ammunition dumps. Ollh Air.’ mi.'cc 3.0S8 la I of M of enem; Yhuks <1 ’ amum’ men;,' >• encomilo hea\\ imitar Thu" v prisoners wt tadpole-shaped a an losses wer« mderi and eicht . 675. \mcr.can forces r were tlie aiment, the ë4th mi anuía ■■•"s ele me auk? lj miles can- da. ut/i'f * re capiti: eo island. 136 killed, mussine—a which, t ok <>3rd para-mrd battali m regu'ieiit and :s. a total of and port he.-, st * moppnm up it muants was procecdmp. tlie tour!renth corps drove rjvng Japanese entrench-the Antipolo-Wewa line, im: rocket tire m additi m machmeeun. artillery and The Weather i III l’\l!TMI NT Or roMMl'RCF UI A1III R m HI \r \IlII t \ I \ Ml VICIMTV: MoMlv rluuil». 'Inihtly w.irmrr Thiir.nJa». J'ri-da » rimi it » I.As I II X \ S; Mosti» ilouily. slicht-I» ».uiuri I Ii u i m1;i \ with ocrasional light 1.11 ii in soiilliHrsI Mid rxtrrnip ^ smith (KMlions; Irida» elnutlv, (aln minili. \V|s| ll\\s    Mnsllv i I mil) da» ¡imi I itila».    11 chi raiin in Mel Ki„. Iai;lr Pa-» a ira and rasi I’xro« rivrr 1 lui r»da » I I MCI.IIA I I RI », i'rd lurv    Wrd AM    11(11 R 1 -x • •••    •’ ..... PI ‘•’x -    ! ...... ,M r.rd division troops pressed mt.> th.e ir.iumtains of the Rn-sario-AU'-o area due north oi the I.uutayen ituli beachhead, while the 42nd diM'-ion on the other side ot the head of tlie central Lu.’*'ii plun dmve '.'Ward the Balete pass road at Santa Fe. Aircraft closely supported ail ground action, and swept farther north to hammer enemy shippinu installations at ViRan, on the north coast of Luzon. Manila bay. one of the greatest harbor- "I the tar east and a \ual has«' from which to mount new blows a^ain.'t Japan, opened Manila ioi thi iirst time m three years France to Join Frisco Meeting PARIS, Feb. 28    The pro visional government announced tonight that France had decided to accept the Bic; Three's invitation to participate m the United Na'ions conference at San Francisco Apn! 25. Tlie announcement followiai presentation !o the cabinet on a r< port on his conversation* in London with Prime Minister Churchill and Foreign Secrttarv Anthony Fuon by Foreign Minister tieornes Hidault The cabinet, n was learned, \(>t-eil to accept both the Big 'Three invitation and its oih'r to make France a to-sponsor ot the San Francisco meeting with Britain, the United States, China and Russia. Bond sales for February fell below th.e quota according to reports from four of the principal issuir.e aeen-: cies in the county. C. M. Caldwell. Taylor county chairman, announced last night. The incomplete total, winch, included sales m Merkel and Abilene, came to $190.683 on the $275.200 quota. Sales have not been reported from Camp Barkeley and fiom several banks over the county. Caldwell pointed out. "We still have ? slim chance of hitting our goal, but we will not 'know for several da\.-." he stated. Denison, Gainesville Isolation Lessens BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ice which sheathed sec1 i r.s of , north and we.-: Texas xirtuall.v iso. | latmg the city of Deni.-on. was hr-! ginning to melt Werine.-riay and ! there were reports of nsmc t* m-; peratures from practical!;. e\cry i area. The Southwestern Bell Telephone , company found mere than 4tX> lonc-, er distance circuits out and had ; more than 100 men m the area | ru.'hing repair work but said it would take several weeks to t.ir.a::-; gle> the jumble. Six gangs of work-\ men are on the way from St I>nns. i The ice area was in-m Weatini-fc'rd on the west to Hoi'.ey G:v\e ; i'll the east and iron; Dalla--Fc rt ( Worth to the Oklahoma line. There I were 1.000 telephone poles down ^ throughout thus area Repair crew .- m.ua some prourt at Denuon toward restoring e.ec-■ trie power but tire re ft ere still evO ; local teleplione.- out of commis.-a :i. | After a day ot acute water sha rt-j age. water was again flowing m all ! mams, | 'The Bell Teleplu>ne c«>mpa\ s.iid j Wednesday night that long oi.--I lance communioatioii with Denison ! had been restored. . Like Denison, tiaines\ille, too wa. ! recovering fr<un tin worst ne rm in its history—a st. rm which caus-' ed thousands o! dollars damage to i utility lint's and It !t the city w ;th-oiit electric power and out.-uie com-‘ municatioii. | I he storm began Tuesda>' wlien j 1 ;i2 inches of ram irll in a 24-h.our I period, 1 Public schools were closed T::o-| day and Wednesday but resumption .of classes was scheduled tor Thur!--*day, Texas Power and I.iuh.t oo.m-; pany oitn lals said lull sei \ ice may ! be restored bv Frai.iv. Russians Capture Neustettin, Five-Way Pomeranian Rail Hub LONDON. Thursday. March 1— • ■•T—Russian.1 ye.-1ordav seized the five-way rail hub of N'Ustettin in Pomerania, killing 3.000 of its garrison. and gained five t-. six nulo in their offen.-ive aim-d a» isolating tho Ciermans in th.e Baltic coasta, area o; Dan:::... the Polish corridor and northeast Pomerania. Besides the s were captured were liberated when Neust etti lain, 60'> Germans and 1.500 Russians ír¡. m slave labor : fell to a combined trontal assault and outflanking .maneuver, a late Soviet war bulletin said today. Inofficial dispatches from Mosrow said the northward- JIM BLACK, LOCAL CAFE OWNER, FOUND DEAD IN AUTO AT HOME raring tank spearheads of the second White Russian army had reached the coastal highway and railroad which are the last escape routes of the Germans, but the nightly Soviet communique disclosed officially no ail -\ antes narrowing the 22-mile gap which remained after Tuesday's capture of Bublitz and Drawchn. In.-tead, the communique LONDON. Feb 28 — r • House of Commons, m the flrs mai legislative action on th( menn char—’ nmmu: thr> >>>•<->■.! err-, crushed a move to censure ?he Big Three's plan for postwar Poland tonight and insured blanket approval of the Yalta decisions when a vote is taken tomorrow. By a top-heavy tally of 396 to 23 Commons rejected a motion ‘n include a protest against the Polish policy m the general endor-oUH'nt of the Bm Three decisions wha h has been demanded by Prime Minis'er Churchill as a vote of confidence. With the Polish question alnvvt the sole issue under challenge—and that only by an outnumbered group of ron.-ervatives — tonight's acfion provided a solid miarar.tee tbs’ Churchill would win overwiieimmg supper' tomorrow a* th.e cnr,rlu.-i|‘i: of Britain's important foreun po-. Ucy debate, i Foreign Secret ar earned th.e ball for Ant 1 'lie » op, ; cad, nounced capture of more towns m a general l;ne-st mg and sohch-'ting opera., the 40-mile-wide front oí vanee, from Sehwormga'?. north, of Chojnice, west ,m-han 50 :ghten-. along '.he ari-1 miles -,rd to ¡ in d*~fending the Polish I bit ter denunciations ?h: I priih: ; pies of the At la ! and betrayed the Pol:, i tlie exijense of Briti.-l. ! Eden built his ca;r major argument: : t j-Three's plan would n : as "strong or ,-;roncer" m 1939. and thn' Brita: iranteed Poland's p a. B ubli VI. J .ones C .Jimi Black. **. reside:.: ! Thc\ ■ : ok M: rs B1 ack to her home Prc ml er S •aim ; = mi"! .■■,-} tl’.e of Abie r u- SO year.- and c ah' o;.fr-- and lo 11 rÌ I'illT; in ti lie c; t1 opt 11 .re oí Ne Uste t ’ ui. f;. miles t or a r. u imh"r of years. ’ ,vaa found Ash. . ,;)(■] T ^ carat :e door was sliu* la i-, ea , { e Stettin, ;. rcier of :he au •cm> bile mo1 nr r unnin.2 and 'h ■a d a’. f ' lio' '.ui n; a Cien: lar. oroaii- oh ■ ill th.e back seat c n the carafe ,o h. is b.ojv.i a hoie oipe i: roruiet ’ 11 o a vt ed i i om t ion :he e\hau-t window m ca 'S' ! p; bei (’ th.e en ev acuatee ’.ken • *r. :."’.poin* Pra SOV’C’ 12~ -, Pea cit. shor’lv afTr 8 o'clock •lie ba r.< sea:. P.: - hac i been stuí- ( >nm im iiqur added ! he • ire of las' mah led arotmri th.e oper urn:. h.c -aid. st re it /1*. : • w ( 'i and OÜ ~- miles : • w ; : - o ;::d !v h.s w : :e a t;d po. Time - ..f la ri* a-] i wr is esimi.i'^d w. c.o ¡ a Neto - e'*iu. p !u•: in . Rus- ■ >i tic er Bill Whrley a: id Be mice rv Ash to ha\f ben i bet :ween 3 and si am oa, ;• m 'he open fa- ’ N'US'et- 7:. : n o ¡ :. 4 p. m Mr u s d: (<,,. ;. ■. po.-ltlf m in • ' *•n the i 'i‘d : : ■ - ■■ .-epor’ »m C o.u-v Black was bor ii in Sim V :1m ai id S”. •".’•n; 1 ake,- A’ ' : ney . Ti'.eO as’i, who ha Iped in- s-prin.o. comm Ahi lei'f* a- tlie I ha i rmi' sp .... ■ con- •'< •:.:..:e his d'-oh Mr. Ida a; h;U; .¡.’e o: 6. For : mai. y 1 Vea is lie c>ner- nue d t" br¿ t’ s" ¡"or ILtlV i i. ,:e So- !*■ : • ! : s , a nom 1 .■io ..•ed • he t v .: k i a fe f 'n Ch.es'nut ■ in F V m> 1 ■a.: . .. the p : : : e.- -N : d.oa O' ho; alio le cell' ha r mreh a at fl 'he Yuc.'a M ov ci -i:: .munup ;o r* o _ only o ' , he :a:a d :o :a : : im to hi.' Fune T’Ü i Ü rr.i r.L-em eros . inaomph”' ' 1 tilt ; otlie i, ^11 s ' :. i a j ; ss la n.s ■11 O. .■ a no,:' ’ he t mit h- • Id Mrs last Ul i:h\. \\:V. ■:;r.af'd front ui c a ; •curco i do/ ■ : ■ illaties .. -her 10 B..: . f, he V-'OUlfi i*C hao k tí r :v'r. sh.f Kiker- Wa rre.u O;;;; : od h aanm . ea Pru ;a a nei h>- a me a I.; rm cd ai.d a .-I-; He i, • sun t d hv a;;CJ ..lV(, > 1 ilici ;o sUbU : o m Bra si K'a UilsCh- : o -p. lookim: for him -crvh e -on..-, C; ^1 .hi. mt B. a a K. 1 r^ - 1!'. a.ir’a uuded .• . -api’al Goebbels Cries War Not Ended forms pressed their assault all " ' alon.t; tho front. Tht1 U.S. Ninth Army of ' Lt. Gen. William H. Simpson ¡continued to close around the jbig railway center of Mucn- j chen-Gladbacli. but the exact '¡movements of these troops re- {mained masked behind a se- •pheicurity news blackout. P'ront tor- j dispatches said Simpson's Cr!_ Douf|liboys were advancing ! - • * 1 t _ i • Willi    ill buiilt places and slowly at others. The Germans threw in King Tiper tanks, their latest and most powerful armor, in an attempt to halt the Americans. Enemy resistance stiffened against the Canadian First Army, which was held to an advance of about, a mile in the north. Even so it was reported Field Marshal Von Rundstedt had withdrawn some of the German defenders from this end of the front with the obvious intent of trvmc to bolster th^ enemy line in 5he center, where th.e industrial metropolis of Dues.-t Idorf was beinR imminently threatened as well as Cologne. Th^ American Third Army cleared the important German road center ci Bitburg. and five other towns bey- nd, and also iought into Pel-: luigcn, live mile.- southeast of Trier. ; The sixiii armored division crossed th.^ Prueni rivrr at a new place and took six towns. More than 3,800 warplanes of five Allied tactical air commands bombed and strafed enemy positions ahead of the ground fortes and heavy bombers stabbed deeper into the Reich at rail and industrial targets. De-pite inter.-ification of the air tin I.X1N DON, minis; e;- p;r th«' (»erma: ’ .u<r. Ger Former KRBC Man Believed on Iwo :np on -:at lor. Mark B1 Ida KRBC Merkel Holdup Men Still Being Hunted The German communique <*aid that Kokossovsky h.oi "advanced far to the noil!.’ of Kuhlit/. hi» most northerly point of TucmI.iv, and s.ud that So\iet tank force« were ‘ M:ong-Iv backed by infantry." A; lia, i : n >T. a formt r .--taf. na :i: oe No tra ce had bt cil n und I...-' — ih: •ne Ra, m -1 : muh: i : three all m oi men Who V. ert 1 n > letter oa t od h:, US am repea/t t d to ha\e r> bbed 'he M dan :. • ed Ci n-i.o Pa, ;:.C, R.ou a • : a.\ st i ice sta-., ■n m Mi i K o 1 a o o u * s • ; i • I tlia* he w .ta a mt mot r 1 a m. l‘:a so.. . lo., a! tIlei- an- Fue ! Miao t i ■ ■ 11 Centi r. :'rd Dr. isi■ '. nomici ti la.-' nn:i Mar.. Armed w, : : : i :. . J;: r. : 1 ,, t >,i ., i-■, • _ Ra. . t •. t nhsi cd n. * ho M í:.i. volvtrs. ' : w o su- ’ ta: a ma- Co: ;e - Decimar '.Dpi and : i ■ cliua- ou n. Ma n 10 alt : H ile', ed ' ■ > ’'ot:f :ha: w luit ht nao at: f. ■■ be ;],la; anm in ; i oho i:x'4 }•■ to Cuite tSv ;ì! f1 > X lía1; a -O > . a sedan. hot me uumhi r Fiia- nee had - •■ -n i.o av'üon *** ,’al. 'J H w ills h. v. a-- -aid !)'. .a ho c ’O h.a'.'c Ra: . t V t ame to KRBC : i-;ABC. Blue Netwo.x ou-a-’m bet n . 'o dav m-a/; a U HI 1 ì re Ora nil dge Mon- C n r i Aiuoio.o, Filíe: n.c A a¡le'a The i v 7 . * : : . tad; Wo - aim' o. o:. KRP.C ’ .e\v .-i as' - fix tp’ai: of o,. a. • . . a ! uum a : listila .t m th.e Ma:.no his e: - the afe: v o ' lj - o U : aiant re ;'■ a*t (h th.e I.;'. rii.-pa’ ■ licrma: a’ sprt c;- .- ay mu •cd on miar.- iv.u _ :.;h ' ; ,er.' A ' i-ieno nans >' 'A ; ' - X! o Ear M Turkey, Egypt Joins WAS1UNC.TON. F* : Nations • !lu- nuiniM : ÍO !-.d •::■■ . re on Wo: nmci . Tli Frai ASH ; 'ON FDR REPORTS Ì0 NATION TODAY ON CRIMEA PARLEY Prc-idt Ir 'Pt s • ; WASHING TON. Feb. 28 will tell tlie nation tomorrow oi j \ ictory-bouiui Allies can Kraduah\ cut dov , tht ir His hopes extend even to tiu day .o¡ . (id \t j when a spin! o! peace may t minaci Gor..am;, a ! the wanes oi aunression, ! The President at 11:30 am. centrai v. r ’mie. will k ■m Va Mr. R ■ e.' c Jap,a VH Hi .’ill m -    Ttif». I’ M -    SÎ0 - ■ t'l - 50 If 4 I ;¡7 ill :(ti i V.’ .mil High .mil lew s.* ni v 1 ;iii(l I i l.isl    1 S il il i Ko t Ills moi urn £ . Sunurt Innlght. i.Sl. Allied Italian Position Improved HoME. 1-Vb 'Jm.....• -P — Allied fc>rc- es ha\e improved their positions in tht Mount Castello area as Filth Anm troops mo\ed iorard without .strot'n Gt'rman opposition anti ch'- itipittl ill'- Halnltt iif KeiteX t ■ i41 j * i. Ai- | ileti headquarters reported today. Otherwise there were no important than^es alonu the nc-rhtern Italian front headquarters said. Kadio station KliliC will carry l’resnlcnt Koosevelt's report to tlie nation on the Bij; Three meeting Ihuisdav morning. The bioadcast will begin at II :1UI a.m. session of Congress in report on hi- \ u • r\ -..no-pc,. oe n".    to t la- Crimea with Prime Minister Church and Marshal S'aim    he .-a\ will be broadi'asi But Mr, Koosexelt’s report will not tell all >onie uiulci st.i ml-ings leached at the Big Three meetings in an old I /ari-u resort on the Black Sea are secret, he said. Whether the> involve political or military, or both, is part of the secrec>. It is no secret that the President exhibited the strongest sort of hope for an increasingly better world to grow out of the sufferings of this war. He tuld a minialiuf press conieitsue .o i'.ud iln vh.o . 1 ...t h.i'c.U^hi him home that the Yalta coniercnce. wlurtin (¡ermaii downfall and lasting peace were topics, was one of a series o! steps 'oward 11:i- 'oeo.er world To Dounlas B. t'ornell of the Associated Press and uv > U-.er rt pt:rters, one irom tlie L’nited Press and one frc-tn th.e Jnternaiional News Service, Th virt ual .at the Ana unanmut > !o‘v',.p,v?;v. ' ,- a a,-.' ..cinevemen: mg w d h us comme:.! ocna us-r.o t e. ' h dt’ ¡U' O ¡,:s l\\C W ta s : tra’. awat : tom the XVI no H :oc, ;:«• :,a. ■ .a t n supplieti rei'oi ts , :. ^ Ana lean s.. A: .at lier u '.ait'.! t • 1 U . U U CUe t : o; ■ o- : .1 t * ’ w .is the on ure :h While Hen.i '■ a• sea. 'ht A. W.dla t Pit ,-ioa n: siunt O ' .a 11. : a c Bui . pen.nu ' otar-. : t 'imm :a e w a y ! 1 o ( tingress. >lr. Uoosevilt is expet it'tl to take the same - laud on tlu Polish matter that Prime Minister Churchill anti l-oreign Minister Kilen ha\e taken in the British House of t ominous. Sumim d up, this is that the Kusso-Polish boumlai' line agreed on at Valla ¡' tair and that Poland, with its accessions from now-German tenitorv will become a strong and respinteti member of the fannh i>f nations. I !!....: A point o: to war We arc it new- conferei asked 'o ent» uerm.inv He H: Mr 1 v,5 o s t1 \ cl ’ know whe problems bt '.0:t nil i? Y a: 11 ah. .pan . apan with • i 11■ Prc: YOUR ATTENTION Interesting anil itiii’.aitnl stories in this edition im huh Page — I .imp B.ukelt' t n ilia n w in kers to be honmnl Page r. prcpaie. ctim-promise intei - \mrni tu pi tigra m. Page a—Poll ta\ e\t nipt am for servicemen set ms tei taut in levas. Page 7 — l ew ot original men of oòth and làth stili fighting. Wick 1 owlcr sa>s Page 111—Mis. I iteli pleads for strong, independent t Inna to aid world peace. ic ■ nar’er Alht's a* >nor round 'wo * he Bike Polar.fi han was had ■war fron- : k * r. f - G( :: : - more u. lery today :-!rmp a AP.'.C’ C.; rU..rn ■ me;, lò e t ieraia R• 'i r :: A111 f j: N: s -- •-inerì to be tanks and heavy : yesterday and u'.v points was after six were recard-ir.ri averaged me w.iunded. me prisoners :o usa ii cis and •n eliminated ;ae still to be ave captured Frn 1 *>> ^ t*0 'he An:^ric;iri he Canadian A:: \rrr.y which has lno towns m live more todav ir.v o’hers which -.-■d earlier. Mo. ::i C    on av r.i Dueren, tai.f.v and armor :rar line, bh-w *he bridge but the Yanks the Hrft river, tH) \ards wide The Herman at Modrath, plunged across which is ’(» to there, and also forced the adjacent llrft canal, f arther north a bridge was c.ipturcd intact and engineers hastily built another, enabling armor to cross at both points -a Submarines Overdue, Are Presumed Lost Armv ii'lcr s a : a . C:\il •h Di- [crpen. Pal:.- h i’ohr 1,000 Ships Lost Mo; e Olla ra tl O'. outbrtak o: oo per .ues the admiiaj Strike Called Off PASOAGOL'l a Mia--, heb. o }-' 1 Ma:u d, presidi nt <■! the ie,.oou;,i Melai l'adcs Council Aj'i , announced tonuda tha^ the - a o • ; Isol o, who went on • ¡O,    ili-, Wo-uUi retini; to nei.    '.oinui row muinmg. ;