LONDON, June 7, 1944 (UP) - Allied orders to the French underground went out Wednesday by courier plane and radio broadcast for the sabotage of German communications and the immediate evacuation of towns about to be attacked by Allied bombers.
Other instructions were broadcast as "personal messages" to leaders of French resistance groups, in codes which they alone could understand, such as "Jacques Leporte please immediately deliver your fresh cakes to grandmother in Paris." "Madeleine the flowers which you planted have wilted," and "Roger your laundry will be ready Tuesday."
One immediate result, according to a Vichy report reaching here by way of Stockholm, was the blowing up at 42 points of the LaCluse-Nantua-Bellegarde railway by French partisans. This is one of the routes over which German troops in Italy and southeastern France might be sent to the French Atlantic or channel coasts.