The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 7, 1944 · Page 3
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 3

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SOUTH LOSSES HALF EXPECTED STIMSON REVEALS BULK NAZI ARMIES CRIPPLED •VYASHIXOTOX, Sept. 7. (UR) Tiie bulk of the German armies ii vr.Mtern Europe have been rlcstroyet or crippled to fin extent that thc> ".seem insufficient to niuintnin pro longed (Jeff'iisr.s of Germany," Secre , tary of War Honry L. Stiinson de dared today. In contract, StiniKon disclosed tin -American army casualties during tin .first 25 days of the invasion of north ern France were uliout one-half 01 the losses which had been expected While German forces are shrink ins. Allied forces art 1 Rrowintf ane their advance is speeding up, Slim son added. ]te said, however, that supplies must catch up with the advancing armies before they can administer a death blow to the Xa/is. "The war won't be won until Al lied troops are in Berlin," he said. Stimson said that from D-Oay on . June G through Juno 30 the arrn.v suffered approximately 4^,000 casual ties of all types in France. Pre invasion estimates had set the figure at about 81,000, he revealed. Of the ' 42,000, the secretary said, 33,!)3;i were battle casualties. iJtimson also announced thai American army casualties in all the ators through August :!! totaled 305.• 7!I5, including 57.077 killed, 156,!I3!! wounded, 45.UG7 missing, and 45, 2 If prisoncres of war. Of the wounded he said, (ili.'JSG have been returned to duty. Stimson's figures through Angus) 21. brought total United States cas- . nalties announced here to 3li"i,75!» Xavy, coast guard and marine corp> casualties ol'ricially disclosed as of today total OM.iilM. Tliey include .;!.- SilMi dead, 21.S'J4 wounded. UtiTS miss- "ing and -Mllli prisoners uf war. J. Montgomery \knder- tioard, Chairman of the Railway Board, Dines on pheasant, grouse, and quail, Tops it off with REGAL PALE 1 *lyht,*J Mellow •<m AMKR. HAWING co WE BUY Used Radios Radio and Applianci Co. Fox Theatre Building 2015 H Street, Dial 4-4055 DORMAN PHOTO SHOP 1673 Chester Avenue Special Rates to Babies, Servicemen and Women Open After 6 P. M. and Sunday by Appointment PHONE 8-8793 RECORDS Sec HARRY BROCKS Expert and Gurtqteed Witch Rep •irbtf FAMOUS CLEANSING CREAMS NOW AT •eg. $2 sizes PRICE! *each LARGEST SIZES SPECIAL AT $2* EACH LIMITED TIME! Choose the cream that's right for your skin! Dry-Skin Cleanser — richly lubricating cleanser for thin, dry skin. Leaves skin looking clean ... sweetly soft. Salon Cold Cream — pure, bland cold-cream type cleanser for young and normal skin. Fluffy-light... refreshing! Liquefying Cleansing Cream — quick-melting cream for oily skin. Removes dogging grime, ttalc make-up in * twinkling. PLUS 20% FEDERAL EXCISE TAX BROCK'S—MAIN AISLE GOING AWAY TO SCHOOL? Then you'll need sleeping pajamas . . . why not this smart style in colorful prints—gay patterned ones in the comfortable tuck-in style. Fine for lounging, loo. SIZES 32-40. and $5.98 BROCK'S— DOWNSTAIRS STORE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT Preserved in Bronze Finish: YOUR BABY'S FUST SHOES singh thoe, $3,50 I***-. $5iOO (Enchanting gift tor parents or grandparents L . . those unbelievably, tinf first shoes . . . "coated with a rich, lotting bronze finish 1* |Pair mounted on bronw flniihed took end*. $>.§• \Bingle Shoe on oronte-jlntthed aih tray.. .... f f.ff Pair mounted on wMte ony* took «n<t«.. A . f I4.ff MAIN FLOOR HARRY CITRON—JEWELER galtergffrib CaTtfomfan Thursday, September 7, 1944 3 SEPTEMBER CO A T W£EK! A drama lie presentation of all that is new and fine in the Coat world. Here are three more styles that typify the unusual styling and values presented for your edification with the suggestion that you visit Brock's September Coat "\Yeek at the earliest possible moment . . , , See these and other fashion-famous styles in Fall Coats. FASHION FLOOR THE BELTED COAT A—Chamois color bolted coat, of Forsltnann featherweight suede-finished woolens ... brown rayon satin lining, Cross Fox collar. SIZE 14. $ 125 00 THE TUXEDO COAT B—100 r o virgin wool suede cloths, lined with matching rayon crepe lining, in gold, green and blue with sable dyed squirrel Tuxedo, and grey with grey squirrel tuxedo. SIZES 10 to 18. OTHER FURRED COATS Smart coats with long-haired fur collars . . . Maurice fox and red fox. '69.95 J125.00 B—$110.00 STROOCK CLASSICS C—Superb classic coats of Slroock's Longhair, in winter while, and grey mist. Has hand-picking as shown in the accompanying illustration. SIZES 12, 14, 10. Classic casual of Stroock's Fleece, has simulated patch pockets. In lime,, aqua, fuchsia, red, gold and black. SIZES 9 to 15—10 lo 18. SEE WINDOWS $5995 All fur-trimmed coats subject to 20 per cent Federal Excise Tax. FASHION FLOOR Carry packages unwrapped whenever possible.

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