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PAGE Tuwd»y Yanks Crack , tfazi Defenses Before Rhine ;'""(CpnUmip ; ! from PF-BI- 1) pfrnrlratcfl :il iniks insitl" * 11 niflttV P'H ''I 10 " 1 ''00 mile* ' r « m Berlin, Thdy .vi,T(- k-«s t h a n thre ' r.-itfpH from th« K r f t river. hm trfl'ont Omntii di'-fftw Ilnr; t t i / ' l"i«H Msrsh'O vnn 'liimhtrdt i^ ]f\"A rhnnci? lo muke » a l a n d 'ihort Thf8« Uicludwd Cnloene. T B H O f M i jrrwijcr Gernmnv's 'ifth br^cs! ! TRACTOR YANKS U.S. GUN ASHORE AT NASUGBU Military lam Is YANKS DUCK sNiPEfcTiREliN .MANILA^RJEET T iited in i:. OO'l: nnil MuiT"ln-:i f l l l i l l l i - i ' l l 1 2 7 0 0 0 : , a n d Ui- K b i m - ri'iilrr '( H'mn. 101,000, u-iiich thr Arm-i 1 · ' r^riB cnu!4 fl(;e from Hi milcH 'twin. 1 ^ ()lilflnnl;cil T i k r . fi8 000. w o - , w i t h i n four mil'" "' '"' t 1 " 1 ' 11 "'-· ~ n v i - Th" r v n n n n ' i -'111 ···(·!··· f l p h l h i " . i Till' l i a l t l " "!i Ml'' Col'i)!"" !!··· I Vvnw not fi r m i , litlt. Ihc ::iin''. ,wrc j v!rti'nllv :·'. f n - l iri Hi' A i n c r i - i '·H!"t '-Olllll Wlllk 'Mill '-I"ll .'I'T'l."; I !)'· r o l l l n c ··"inilrv winch I t u m l MM! ll'nl tr'C'l l'i ··oriv-f-rl i n t o i fl.'H fnrtrwn. Thin I n i l i r n t r i l Ilin' i:..i-nnn K'ri'mrMi I' 1 '! · 1 'TM 1 "f '" KM''"' ' ' f i r 'I' 1 ' i-!:'"iKli I" ''"I 1 ;l11 ' (Continur- 1 from prjje 1) ^ M-re than 12.000 of the civ · e b o r n k'H'd within 'py MacArUur -epc.rted - ·T r r. *ir A anriJl Aincii'.'un f . t i d K^. s i - "';( t: l!i - a n d of Mrsugbu bi ach, Dulan^'.s privliis.: 1 , when Yanks uidr-d tuni" 70 miles ponlh nf M"^i!;! Jan. ,'i], ie jni: 25 ashore by a t r a c t r r . Photo by AP Pholograp^ier riin:: ] · - ; ' · · : , on : · ;; - 'I · · w t i r L i n i i t Kllll P l r l n r e jiool. ( A P Wfrcphotot PLANT NIL' R T. KYO BLASTED'BY CARRIER PLANES The Verde ; Island Invasion cf ,i;h Hiirprh* 1 $uf}r '·-·'. '' "iat ! "troor- "cut !rcady Is rornorc^ on the cast * v " f V l - "' t -rnfl ..of ,tad"0lr- shapetl Corregldor, 503rd regiment over a mile o f - t h e island's four- mile length to be reconquered. '·:nlnsjons eontinued to rock, . 'n"T* irtrrinr as Japanese died h" '*T»ir o"'n '-jiads -Jn its Uinnels rather than surender. M :·! rh"n M) ijiilos southeast of MarfM th" 1 s'xth nnd first cavalry ·iv'pfor.s humtipH into "stiffening ·Tin" resistail"f but easily threw Other YanJ' division*) 'or-^I "·'rnHK [ho ePiiV-fi.l T ,u-*.o:i plain :'ar '(i the north qT Manila. Itab'nn ii| Thf ' I - r r r n llrm it hrul "v-r I»"'M. nwn 1 Oi»*i (In ' l i v l - i . u m . i n n n v t h ' - m !·»·[.,-,-.- - I M . i n / H i Tluil "-Hi . t l i . ' I f ) Vnn U u t i ' l ' i ' c ' l t \\;is b .ihnvt: t i n - r i r t h i i H i i T i i - r iiriny "a;it " r j f tin- i t h l m - *ni ii sunn-iTif c f f d r t ,10 Hiivr- t h e Hnlir, but t h a t a r m y , Hind li"i-n nmiilt-d wv»T"ly in the j a h n r t i v r A r ' I c n i i f H - i f l c i i B i v r - . ·· *V«n Hnii'lf,l(-lt I'ttll'-fl mmn 'I!K 4 minpiand 1^ ddcr.'l tin- Hulir '-]prone h os lo l l i c I n " * man, n n v i n i i In H n ( . n l c r o' t i n - r l n y H i n t olln-r- ' 'V-'lKr J i l l w t i i l l ' t I'" ln.it. Sees Iwo Victory As Marines Take Strategic Hill ..... (CViiittmlci! Jriun jmm 1 1) n o i i l h i ' f n Two .lima wan put to u · lor (hi 1 I'h-Ht i t tin- vcHttT'liiy mil i ini- ii rt tilery. . i j u j i t i T plmi'.' .,111,111- I w t i - f i c n l r l M . i-niilf (low ..... i Hnmbs :;iU- i n t o raid "n l h » t ftrt'ii. U. S. Niu-y.) T n h y ' diirlnff low-lcvol American carrier-based 'plane i t l n c k ii/c plan*! fninics the photo. (AP Wirephoto from Deficiency Bill i MTLER NOW FORGOTTEN MAN TT.I IT r - \4MOKGTUEWORRIEOGERMAMS Hikes Navy u s 1 . T( I WAf-HlINHiTdN. K. A tU,-l.'i!l,177,ia.'i i l i ' f l i l i ' u . y mi|i|,:y 1)111, iiidii' Lliiui lwu-lliirU» nf It iij|ilovrti tuiliiy by Ihi' IKIIIKC np- I | i n p i i i i H f i i t K coiimnUiv. It nmld'H up (l»'n-'lr-iicii.'fl in fund.s j |ii-cvUiiinly nii|i;iHi-iI mitt('H!um")UH j i i ^ c n r i i - H for Hit' I'.scii] your I'lKlinj^ ni'Xl .tune HI). Jn HtUhtlon it flnanni'K n ntqutml- ' ' j ciilili'iniiliitin^ n n a n n y dlsrliai'Kf " ! r a t e (if frmii '.'(10.0(10 In ^nil.ODI) nii'ii ·"· I u In |nirl Inin.'trnlttinf; Ihr il'Mt-: Tile t l i ' l l l MI Tnky n i n i i i i l t t i ' i . vvi'lll out nf it.H wny In I r i i i t i p l h i i c n l Ilic inici 1 niiiiully-crltl- · ''·""'""'"Iclzcil cillln' nr IH-.I-I- a i l i M l i i l H l nil inn 'Mti'r i r i h i ' j f , , , . "|,,. r l(Miiiiii|; n must illlllcilll rimwnyi. hfiiiK put I n t o uliiipi' K.I | ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,. ,,, ,,,,. ltmm . n,,,,,. ,,,,'. 7M inlli'» .""» Mil], Ci-li l l r u v i - i t h i r d uinrltirK, In Hi Ainorlcnii l u i t l l r llnr, TM :i8'.' jn«t TM»t ot t i n - n i.'W. TIlP I l l l l p M i v l i l r n i l l r i ' i "lion nt Ilii' iiiiijnr .lii|iiini'ni' .lot.-! Ki'n iltltl tronp il!Hpr.Hitl(in on hlf; Kl'iniiKl 1» I l l r n o r l h l i r (In- i-i-nlrill i i l l T l f l i l . .Moliiyn i n n Ni. 1'. n n l v ll«' n . r l l n - i i i i t II ORANBIOlUi /Sv,'-..iKii N«wnj«ippr ('iirrcspon- '!':it \vlin rrccntl_v rclurnwl to Mlurltholiii from fjerlln). Writ ten for Afftnt-lntrd Prc.sfl CopyriKhl, !P^r, by AP nT"HOI/M. Fcl). 27 Hitlor run be dubbi'd "tho Torj-otU-n man" co t'nr a.'i the GrrnmnB arc; con- eurnod. lie In disciiHfled more . nbroncl t h a n in Ccnnnny. Of vemrsc, the ncnple .snine 1 1nir.n wnnrl^r wlinr* 1 !»· !« llvinf- and If hn still \s dcyf im « rcwiU of the iBflt J u l y 20 homl) atleiujit. but on tin* whole t h f p«*upli; t»lk ubniit him very Itlle. tioerirji in na l i t t l e llm;iisserl n« H l i l e r bu! reports Hint he in n + t h o u g h t for the futyre is the fact that some Berliners nre attempt- lim-iili-nn t;t!i|.: In a very p r a i n c ' i-rlnnni-r uri- iititrm 1 Iniouiifli. 1 lip Is \vnrlliy n . n n n i ' i " Tile i-iiiirnitiri': fii'inli-nily Heon. ifi'.Ti'il It.H i in-ill In in n i l i l l l i i i n i i l Sli.l.Mri.lllill lor lln- · Vi'l Ilii.' yi-nr lo inuri' ' t l i n n $1SO.- r K l f i f l u - u r r r n n Ilic hilt nn lln- j r nn.l nuini ynn liejiin Ui ni-il t h a i In these nrlm L'niOi (^eriinin Is lieinp Iftft mil innve l( his nwn Ih- iui'1 renuiirces. He is 1)0- In limit tmvnnl the future, nf shnrt rallnns nnd nlr full yi'Menlay. Mill- Mp l'r!snner«: .H5IIH Di'iul HlO. Ui-ll. C l l l t n n H. i;aleii' f n i t r t l i iniiilnes. on Hie rust m * l , and iniij. f!i-ii. Ki-llrr K H ' l i - U e y r i f i f t h dlvisinn, nn the \ve.sl, tallied trimml Ilimnnh " e x l i e m i ' l y m-iivy enemy defentii-H," in ( h e \ V I H I | N · ! Adm. Ch.'Hler \V N l m i l r . . .Inpnm'*'' dead t n l a l l e i l .'LMIK I'v nnnn y«-nlenl»y 7 ^ l mure I l i a n Stlnuny's I'nnnt A l l f l ! n d : e l l t i n n n f t h e k i n d - i f ] f l j l h l l l l ) ' . R i i l l l i : n i l WII.H n - l l e r l e d i n , - N l l l d l r ' r e J ' M r l t h l ' l n n l v l : i t - e 1,1'. arn-sr premiers had Ii I alien III Uil rifclll dliy.'i nl t h e i - a l n ] i n l j : i i ; Death of McFie i In Prison Camp ; Thf iliralh ot -lulm i t . Mrl-'lr. ii n u t l v r - t'niccn rcpurtnl yciitrnljtx ; n» I11!'1 in lu'lion m Oio V h i l i p : I'UH'.s. ii c i i i f i i l d u i i i i j ; t h » - .hijuiii- i itrtri Ilic A T I H - I ir.nn Itl'i'l u l u n : | tin- \ \ f t i i l c j i t i r i m n i l r,'\v;ii.'.l lo : dnv. , H*-p*i!tlr,R I his. ( l i t - A ^ A i - l n t w i l 1'iva* y ii til HIP v,.'tr ,1r| ( ;u inir-nl ! liud Ipiinitid Unit M.-KV A-JIH :ini...ii: ri^VPI.tl f t v l l l H U I * U i l l i ' d nl tile S l t i i t f Ttiilin* r u m p MX I . H | I N ni riu-niv ; Mr Mr, ii nun .i t h e f t r n l p r r s i - i rinnl of A AM r»H«' K P'« HrM N m t . r of ri-«Mils nn«1 lilm-ii-lf ...,- i v ; wrts tioi'n \vhll'- ihc f a n i D v ' ' \ - t l t'ictltci ·»: M r x 1 - n r t i - M ' LlU'hrv. nf A!l'iH'ii*'mi;r mul n h r o t h f r ! MIJH t . H i i N i n ^ I t ' i v n n , : MoFip hull, nt A A M , \MIM in-n^l | for 'lit f n l l M - r . ' Word rrUy^d lo A M - m i t i c i o u r | rrJnltvci ytvitcnhtv troin !^N ' pjty, *M1 McKI' 1 'm«l hi'fn loiu-il i in art Ion nnrt M vnn (tupp'w' !non i I hut he mlRlit hnvr t n h t n up nru^ | njrfllnil the JnpHh^f. »:m i »- '"' | held fl nnvv n»*orvr i_-ommi*«ui' , flf ll.P/l HvfJ In Mftntlfi l"r ( h f | i ·jNuii 3fi youm, i [ l i ' l i i i r t i i i i M i l WII.H ii S-IO,-' rulil Insscs. utmost every Hcrlin f a m i l y i.s H l l e m p t i n g to ivscnpi 1 iO- ( n ' t l t t - r a .snuill sttire of fond and Huthliii; }i« n reserve for (he bitter oml, A m nre (·i"°t- l ' }t n il1 t u r n lo this 'mini.'.Kionrr ii Hie I'liilllipinc.s The (illlrc IIIIH h».en vm-aiiL Him-'' shortly lifter Ihe JainiiifHc H t t B c - U (in Pciirl H u r l m t , ing; to obtain "a guardian Jew." In spite .qf Nazi .persecution of the Jews it Is estimated that het ween 1 .000 and 2.0QO Jews or norHonR with Jewish hlood remain '» ilerlin. . Fnh 27-- (/PI-- fmm'5g!f:t. w'll b!gin operhtto'-s ''inut Mrv Ji 1. Liu war department /ioid today. The p'unts will provide civilian I ires, automobile parts and medi- ·al supplies. Materials \vHJ romo from civilian and nrmy salvage. Dealing Man Digs as AutemohUe Overturns DBMINQ, !·.. .27 .UP) --Jordan Wp?tover of .Doming was killed and 'Mr.s. ^SylvlO Falkerts of Deni- ln f reroived a head injury Sun- ilay when Westover's automobile overturned. Marvin Jo Hughes, 3, Columbus, was asleep on the back seal and ('.leaned unhurt. .Pcfon.i with big bank Dcooiint.i and ffootl blnclt market connections i | nre rnported competing with one ·mother In smathorlne tbose Jpws with food, wine nftd clothing nn t h o t "when the moment cornea" llicv will be able to count on Iholr tjood will and friendly solicitude. Persons nf smaller means -ire sri 1 luti'ly to have offered bread ration coupons to Russian workers anU prisoners of war in the hope they might be nble to nctepend on them as guardian patrons. Although* Berllners arc visibly 'ifraid of the Russians, they are n'en more horrified at the pros- nee t nf WH rfare, This fear was intensified nt tho end of .Tammry whcn loi'al party leaders ··llstrtbut- ed instructions on hnw to combat .TBS- Under thfi inflnciiro of nropa- f?on(Ia b u i l t around the story of Frederick the Great, the Germans nre clinpinp to the hope even now of a miracle. Tr,v first .1 -Two American infantryman, under fire of Japane-c snipers, ci-ouch low as they dash through the ruins of buildings in downtown Manila where the Nipponese put the torch to many structures as they retreated. (AP Wirephoto). [ xrt U .in^rjKjfts! Churchill Sees Poles Assured Of Sovereignty Dy JAMBS F. KING ! LONDON. Frb. 27 UP) --Prime | Tinistcr Churchill afiserted l o d n y ! 'lint the proposed new Polish' 'rentier "w!ll not 50w the seeds if future \i-rr3'" and said Marshal Stalin had given "the most .iolemn rle^lnrations" thot Pole ) M s 30- ··cmgnty and independence A'ould be maintained. "This decision has now been joined in both by Great Britain ind by the United States," he declared in comrrons in the first nubile aerount hy one of the Big Three principals on the historic decisions at Yalta. Jn shaping the new peace, "we intend to lake steps far more drastic and effective than those wlrch followed the last war so as to render offensive action by Germany utterly impossible ^or generations to come," the British leader said. Churchill .demanded a vote of confidence in .the Yalta plans for » peaceful world, especially challenging those who have centered visory conjimisslon," their criticisms upon the Polish .'fecisions. "If we \ycr3 contronted tomorrow with a collapse of the German forces, there IE nothing- that jas not "been ,'jrcsccn and arranged 1 locksmiths, blacksmith' beforehand by the .Euronean ad- aid. Evulull'jn in Waifii Making Early watch n-sikfrrs were usual!-- inthiw- (ramers nr vllSED /CARS · WE PAW HIGHEST PttlflES · · IF YOU HAVE A TO SELL -BRING IT TO MOTQB CO. 600 North Main Phone 203 Will buy all makes of cars and pay top prices. WHAT! ONLY ONE ATTRACTIVE LITTLE BAG? Thank you, Mrs. Jones, = = for your patriotic ~ forethought. .. Car spiicc Is so l i m i t e d , we certainly tio appreciate the thought fulness of passengers who carry just us little lug- £agc as thcj' citn. Awake to the trdflfic strain, inn) anxious to help, many peciplt* urt-travclingwith less baggngc t o d a y -- t a k i n g only \\\\M they'll .surely lu-ml. Ilcsi of all, they're carrying less-checking in the hiiggagc cur all parcels anil lugg.igc not nccdetl en route. 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