The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 27, 1944 · Page 2
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2 Wednesdoy, September 27,1944 Cfrt jiaherrfielb Cattforman Big Allied Forces Invade Albania Continued From Page On* the Islands dotting the coastal area. The landing in Albania was assumed to have the support of Albanian guerrillas, estimated unofficially as high as C5.000 men. Yugoslav Partisans recently have been operating Inside Albania with the native Patriots, and the possibility was seen that Tito had shifted formidable units southward in preparation for the present operation. Bosnia Drive Pressed A qnick Allied thrust across Yugoslavia would seal the fate of the Germans in Greece and the Aegean islands, from which the Nazis have been repor'.ed withdrawing for some time. The Yugoslavs were pressing their offensive In Bosnia, rtorming the towns of Gracanica and killing or wounding most of the German Kan i- Heavy fighting was reported in western Serbia in the region of Loz- nu a and in the Prilep-Veles sector of Macedonia. Seized by Italy Albania, with a population slightly more than 1.000,0(10, wns seixed by Italy on April 7, lfl:!9, and I lie king and queen fled. Italy, still dreaming of an expanding empire, sent an ultimatum to Greere on October 2S. 1940, but Greece rejected it and its army drove Italian forces from Greek soil and then invaded Albania, where the Italians bad established extensive military bases. The Greeks occupied a large part of Albania, but in April. 1941, the Germans came to the rescue of the Italians and the Greeks in Albania were forced to captiulate on April ~ii, 1!M1. Since then the Albanians carried out widespread guerrilla activities against, occupying enemy forces. A-B-C PERSONAL LOANS LOANS BY PHONE 6-6771 or 8-8675 Aik for fn« Personal lean Men "It was really a pleasure" "I like the friendly, prompt way Anglo Bank arranged my loan, and I like the low cost, too." QUICK, CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE 6 fit $100 Ml YEAR. NO OTHIR CHAROI * hi 12 umittil) peyimnli Allied Tank Forces Push to Maas River Continued I-'mm POKP Ono 44 planes over middle Holland and western Gernumy in air fights yesterday. The news blackout on Arnheni imposed by Kieid Marshal Sir Bernard i .Montgomery's headquarters also | covered the whole salient north of ' NHmegen nnd below Arnh"m. ! The German high command said I Allied attacks north and east of ; Nijmegen were beaten back, and that heavy toll had been taken of Second Army attempt to relieve the Arnhem pocket. The enemy bulletin said the lust resistance in the Ainhem aiea was broken yesterday, after 10 days of bitter fighting "hurriedly concentrati'd forces of all U'ehrmacht services" tinder generals commanding tanks, troops and airplanes. This announcement, unconfirmed bv Allied sources, also listed heavy limit y and said I""" Allied car«o gliders were destroyed or seized. Heavy action still marked the long American front from Aachen to Belfort. Doughboys forged slowly ahead southeast of Nancy and east of Kpinal. where the Germans said a new American offensive was underway. A battle of heavy guns continued around Metz. strongest fortress of western Krance. Allied planes beat at one of the three main forts guarding Met/; today, and crewmen estimated L'fi per rent, of the stronghold and its subsidiary fortifications was destroyed. TO DIVORCE ERNST HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 27. UP)— Gwynne Plckford Krnst, niece of Actress Mary Pickford, has announced that she plans to establish ' residence In Reno, Nev., to divorce : Hugh (Burl) Krnst, radio announcer, who recently received a medical dis- j charge from the army air forces. BAKERSFIELD OFFICES ChMttr A»«. ot 18th St. Boktr and Jackson Sti. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant ..alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly. To eat and talk In more romfort. Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty last* or feeling. Checks '•plate odor" (denture breath). Get KASTEETH at sny drug store.—Adv. Dewey to Speak in West Virginia Cont limed From PnfceOne nearly a week of rest and speech wilting before his next campaign today. As he traveled eastward last night Dewey made four after-dark appearances, speaking to listeners who overflowed railroad tracks, perched on boxcars and stood In trucks at ClarptiKjre and Vinlta, Okla., and at Monett and Springfield, Mo. At Monett, observing that a crowd railroad officials Bald approached 5000 persons had gathered, Dewey remarked that "there must, be a lot of people who want a change In .Vashington." "We're going to have it," came a shout from the crowd. "That's right," Dewey declared. "We're on our way. It's not going to be such a tough job if we have jour help." At both Monelt and Yinita Dewey said lie would always regard the creation of an organization for peace "as an objective and a purpose more si.crerJ than any man's political future or his election to office." Shortly before midnight in Springfield Dewey told a. crowd of about 2500 persons it would be one of the first tasks of a Republican administration to bring home "at the earliest possible moment after the war ends the men who have fought the war." Declaring at Vinita that the crisis has been reached "of a war which with God's help will be over by 'January "!t," the nominee said that the quest ion of providing jobs for returning servicemen soon must be faced. "We have 10.000,000 men coming borne from this war and with God's permission it won't be long," he said. '"Pen million men coming home who want to come home to a country where they are not ordered all day long \vhat. jobs they have or may not have by an allwise group of braintrusters who sit in ivory towers in Washington and think they know how the American people want to live. "What we want is a country with nil Opportunity for every man who has a little business to go ahead with it. An opportunity for every man who has an idea to go out and create a job for himself and a business for himself and more Jobs for people. To do that, what we want is to get rid ot this administration." l Aimee McPherson Dies in Oakland Continued From Pagp One SKCKKT WEAPON—This young liiily is holding one of Uncle Sam's hitherto unrevealpd secret weapons —a land mine which cannot be located by magnetic detectors or set off by electric detonators. Its novel feature IK a glass body, developed by the Cincinnati ordnance district and engineers of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company, at Mimcie, Ind. 4,000,000 to Lose Jobs at Nazi Defeat NKW YOKK, sept. UT. <.f> \vith the defeat of Uermany -t .IKMi.Olill workers will lie released from their present jobs, the munitions program will be out back -I" per cent and manpower controls as a national requirement will not be necessary. Chairman Paul V. .McXiiU of the War .Manpower (,'ommis.sion said today. MciXutt's statement on manpower was read before an industrial relations conference of the American .Management Association by l^aw- rence Apley, vice-president of Vick Chemical Company and former deputy manpower commissioner. Hut sho made front pages throughout the nation for 88 consecutive days when she vanished while surf bathing at Ocean Park, May 18, 19LM!, and hiked in from the Arizona desert a month later with a story of having been abducted. This story was. publicly doubted by authorities but. regardless, it served to attract even greater through to her tabernacle. Wearing a large cross about her neck, and In flowing white robes, Mrs. Mcl'her.-jon used old-fashioned oratory to spellbind her audiences and lead thousands "into the fold." She had been "whole-heartedly in her work," according to associates, since her "extremely unfortunate matrimonial experiences" ended in the middle I9l!0s. KVAMiKMST'S SON TO IIKAI) .\N(iKI,l'S TK.Ml'I.K UKS A.XCKLKS, Sept. :J7. (UP.I — Kolf Alcl'licrson, son'of Evangelist j Aimei! Semple Alcl'herson, will become head of his mother's gold- domed Angelus Temple under terms of her will, Temple Attorney Joe Fainer said today. Fainer said Rolf, who was in Oakland with his mother at the time of her death, would inherit the major portion of Mrs. Mcl'herson'a property. Her daughter, Roberta, now believed to be in .New York, was also provided for in the will, Fainer said. The attorney said Mrs. McPherson had gone to the San Francisco area a week ago to conduct evangelistic meetings. Although she had been in poor health for the past two years, ever since she contracted a tropical disease in Mexico, Fainer said she recently appeared almost recovered. A few months ago she summoned news reporters to the temple for a conference at which time she said she was through being sick and was going back to preaching, because "there's too much to be done, now." Allies Need 2 Years to Whip Nips: OWI Continued From Page One -MILLIONS GOING BEGGING NEW YORK, Sept. 27. OP)—New York City banks, advertising for owners of accounts inactive for the last 15 years, have announced that if the money—amounting to millions—is not claimed by October 31, it will be turned over to the state comptroller. OUTFITS IN OHE THE BARRY COFFEE TBKEEsfer SUIT Harry Coffee THREEsters consist of matching tweed coat and trousers with an extra pair of harmonizing sport slacks. The matching coat and trousers make a fine business suit. The coat can be worn as a sport coat with the harmonizing sport slacks and the slacks go with your other leisure wear to make any type of "off duty" outfit you might desire. Harry Coffee THREEsters are well tailored of fine, all-wool tweeds in the colors and weaves that are now in demand. "* BARKY COFFEE f R E S N 0 A N £> BAKERS PIBLD I added it may be several months before shipping to be transferred from the Atlantic can be made effective in the Pacific. of Allied strategy objectives call ing for opening of safe ocean routes to China. OWI said: All in Japan's Favor "At present, the course of the war in China is all in Japan's favor. Instead of securing additional advance liases from which to strike at Japan by air, the Allies have lost several in recent months." Bven though the number of Japanese planes destroyed is high compared to our own losses. Japanese plants are turning them out "as rapidly as we destroy them and probably can maintain or even increase this production slightly," OWI stated. It added that the Nipponese can now mass their air power in a narrowing theater of war. This is also true on the shipping side, where sinkings of Japanese ships are estimated at 1.500,000 tons a year against output, which, it is calculated, has not yet reached 1,000,000 tons a year. Manpower Asset Listing Japan's manpower aitun- lion on the asset side of the Tokyo ledger. OWI estimates there arc now 4,000.000 men in the enemy army. In addition, there are approximately 2,000.000 available and fit for military service who have not been called up. and about l.HOO.OOO in the. 17 to L'O age group, not yet subject to the draft. Turning to advantages of the Allies, OWI pointed out that the United States alone produces 8000 f combat planes a> month, compared to Japan's estimated production o£ 1400 or 1500 planes a month. Pacific commanders, it said, assert that Japan has lost the power * "for a strategic offensive beyond the range of her land-based planes." The agency added, however, that the possibility of sporadic raids on our west coast 1ms not been eliminated. 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