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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 14, 1939, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                i Major News feoonon Heods East Stroudsburg otj eaUtfw into thej tery f the of the I institution of Eait THE LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS Weather mil illfhtlr n h Iftrrautai with NOT ONLY A COMMUNITY ASSET 5iTH 245 LOCK HA DECEMBER 1333 PAGE THREE CENTS Governor Jimw of tw ippomtmwrt announce ft nifht by francis president of Bloemuburg SUter JTMchcrt who jpiupennWiKJent of Public Itutrucj lien this who ftii president if State Teathers i who i Millcnville State Teachers Coli GERMAN POCKET BATTLESHIP DAMAGED THREE BRITISH CRUISERS FORCE HER INTO PORT Noonin fnr JO years super Intffidrnt of in Mahinov j ind later m Mihatw thr Pennsylvania Education Asiociation in Bittner Named To 19th Term As Citizens Hose Head Harry S Bittner reelected In his 19th term as president of the Hose Company their meeting last Other also e vice financial secretary recording secretary i Exeter Crippled In Running Battle With Admiral Graf Spee League Council Votes Russian Expulsion Cars Tangle On New Bridge As Result Of Icy Road Surface Flights nnjnirrvnH S73 Ajox Drive Graf Spee To Cover At Montevideo The German pocket battleship Admiral dntf her steel rent by British guns and fi nf her crew clunc to her treasurer Roy I refupe in this neutral port as captain Joseph nf f5ntih crilis hj h rf h j for and Frank trustees three New officers are forej 14hour running battle yester man Richard first assisti day mounted jruard out at ant foreman Kenneth ser1 The third the crip ond assistant forenun which wan PasseU and dele gates to the state firemens con Ray driver of truck Clyde Glossner and Shel don assistant truck Charier Strump mended for the post of assistant fire The group decided to purchase i health bond from the Clin ton County After trie business meeting the Donald Wagner entertained brief remarks of a humorous A variety similar to that given before other local or was presented by The with Kenneth Kellcy as mister of ceremoniw and Miss LGE Post Templars Have Meeting Here The TriCounty Past Templars Ladies of the Golden met yesterday afternoon at knocked out of the fight after four hours of limped into the Rio He la Plata to a position 12 miles off Mon A British legation offidals sailed ouf to board re ports were current there were many dead and wounded on board the cruiser and on her fellow the Achilles and the all of which were Interment for the duration of the European war seemed the only One Of British Cruisers Successful In Bottle jnrlnrK Shr In ovrr hr h r A nimrvr of 3 hr Proxy Tomorrow Those Who Cokh RubberBubbles Con Exchange Them For Real Gobblers Thr Britih ermrr Aihillr was if a flntilla nf thrT British cruisers ohirh forced thr Artmiral Graf badly mfo arr a by bu thr and continued fhr dirert rlfjtrnved a turret f the Exetrr amot at the start of the German offim1 ihrr other yhrlLstruck thr rrurr Views Of Biggest Naval Battle Of The Members Asked To Aid result ins from ic thr Lock ap the Rf rave i nc lou HI d thi and pushed into the machine driirn Hv of the lat of th whirh had ha ted en The Seyler i am mod thr i of in operated hy of the Fallon by an rtisati of The Stale Moto to the Seylrr thr automobile and 33 o h Miss Dnirnnvmd a pr1 in the Weaver The pohrp have rot hari port of The side of the Tht Thr H nnrn of nty as holiday u H hr P a tidori of and yostrrriay in bad and ax vital parts for the Exetrr rontimird1 prospect fwr the warship which for somr timr in Germany in He days of naval Shortly after midnight hr Gnrl nr lutflbn snr nvn other warship Her and hic aT wont choice would be a desperate gamble aboard the Admiral Graf Spec t at escape after check the damage and Beside the Germans It was the envoy who marie the i the casualties included fiO first official announcement of the 3 oclock in the local Indue rooms After the business had been poeri the group enjoyed Christmas party and gift exi in the crew which normally totals I Olto German ter to visited the vessel and renewed charges that crewmen warships This i surprise fnr there no hint hU the Admiral Graf Spce had joined her sister the Dcutchlinri and Admiral in Atlantic were suffering from lung and j ajinjuries resulting from shellsj The Admiral Graf Spee had not1 fired by the been mentioned in European war u u The arimiraltv in Iondon and report since the BritishGerman a hjlidfly atmosphere Miniftw chamberlain bef dispute over whether she had been K provided by a tree and oihcrforc thp Houw of in the British air raid nn Ger j i l3c omireh without foundation jmanvs Kiel the see1 Eighty pfronirnJnycd a mu5tard ond of j supper at fi Present were from Mill CcntiT ucn crenaries or shell Spring Lock Jersey Shore and One nf twn sravrlv injured crcv had beenj minister Admiral Graf Spres co said the a varietv proiram presented 6evm j eral ago the Pythian arm wound Miss Sara Beck was tress of while Carl Keller acted as Holidoy Mailing amnns injured hut that mrn disembarked appeared to have not his sight from The Under international law hr of thr GraJ Spee had a battleship was privileged to lay up for but mut leave the neutral port within 24 they are be in Great ister rhimberlain deeUred tndny the cnllant iietfnn nf three rnmparatively small British acaimt a much morr hekvily armed adver ary probably would free the South Atlantic from rieprrda linno nf the German raider Admiral Graf The Admiralty issued a communique denyiic that the Rritbh uteri muMard cax in the battle with the German pocket tultleahip Admiral Graf News nf the naval battle rauseil more elation in London than any previous single event nf the The Ajax and Achilles and possi bly other British hov ered waiting to resume thr battle should the German ven ture The Admiral Graf Spee had un til midnipht to leave Montevideo or apply for an extension of her Beginning and cffccj Daylight permitted closer inspec tion of the Admiral Graf Spcrsj tive all next indudins Sat the large holes in of Battle The Admiral Graf Spee touched ofT the battle when she rsme upon the cruiser Ajax just after dawn The British warship was convoyinc the fYrm h mer chantman Formosa from Brnzil to The German vessel rushnri into College Groups In The Nativity Annual Presentation Of Drama Students On Sunday observe special holiday bridge area another astern and her heavy ranged by Postmaster fourih atthc bow a well as slishtTnr French freichter slipped ma theme Dennthy and his slaf to riamajc from shcllfire along o The returned proentatmr modatc the Usual holiday Utarboard above the parih German fire with her enen Prarp on thr Christi nf thr Mxh f Thr Nativity r 4 by ihr The general delivery and1 ticularly in the engine room area momentarily rcpulsins icmember of the and parcel post windows will open The wounded crewmen remained attacker and at the same time departments rf the usual at remaining open aboard for two gravely insummoning the Achilles and m he new collece unlil S ijurrri 5camon who were taken to a summoning the Achilles and The usual 8 tofi j Quickly the found he of the money order window will be A awcrf thron jammed Tables The Admiral Graf Inrdel police through the apparrnth the iv Through this Additional service I tnc batters suns particularly damagingwhich surti 1o the Dennehy hopo to eliminate some of the hectic minute mailing of jnjts and tcrcti sh BTW Class Meets Remington FLEMWGTON flair Shope was hostess to the Bound loWin class of the Church of Christ at her home here Tuesday The class made plans fnr their share in the Christmas program to be six en at the church on Christmas Eve at Sponsored by the Sunday the entertainment is to include features presented by each The women will give the Christmas entertainment direc tors include William j assisted by Robert Frank MeHe for she turned hrr back nn hei othrr aliackcrs to cnncrnti ntr Ajax and volley after volley on the j alone with the cruiser vcrej hMvioI of rhc thrrc Bnih mrn jlhc conquerors of the Admiral j Sper in all tons of snefdierj Thic r nrmrrr anrl is Brnns arr mdircttir Chrstriai prrcntatmn armally oneof the out Ornwn hith command today the German pnrkrt Ninkfnc the British rrrr ehanliren Tairoa and Hall when she was rhroun ered hv Ihrer eruiirr in the South Atlantic vcvtcr Allthnriveri at thr same lime denied that thr Graf Sprr would he Intrrned in snurcrft Kaid thr hip wrnt to lnntexidrn merely tn hury drad xeamen and tn prnvidr hrwpftal trratment for canned and wmindrd men and replenish vieltials dam aeeH hv mtiUrd uhirh hr British were accused of in The German Admiralty ar kniMlrdtrd a few hits and o seamen killed aboard thr Admiral Graf Berlin rlilrri over Ihr which in the newspa pers was riven a rrm inlseent nf the victory of German mennfuar under command nf VireAdminil Count Spee off the nf Afternoon papers devoled their entire fnml pases to what they jubilantly described as the attack nn a superior Banner lines read Graf Spee In Hernlc Battle In Snnth Admiral Spre Fought Down Three British Finland With Supplies CRy 0 nf Nat c vote nf 1 Russia because o n nf CCC Leaders In Session Here Busy Day Today For Superintendents DinnerDance Tonight hr tvrd tAmorrnw in an of Turkry i tr In hr rrimblrd in Main rd rclrard from lop nf iller in thr to prrvpnt thpm tlDrilinc awav into thr who rapfurp n hal A ill hr nhlp tn thf ha fnr a turkrv at ihp office of of Mr n thr turkry fl i c h t s wpr P hr mrn had artnri 150 to hutpfi frrr amonc he Ohmt Thr for Today has been conferences and nf fmct hy unancanps from ail 01 ie ne are in threeday here Conference headquarters are at thr American Legion and cinl headquarters are at the Kallon her in The League acting on jKinlands appeal for Todays ernering in j denned Russia as an aggressor n 0 irequesled League members to ga m 3nrt contrniied for both Finland aid Britain oeclared she morninc and already was enabling the Finns toThi5 evening supplies afternoon the supenntcnrint and other membeis of ctmp per xvith rhrir u jves md There was talk in Geneva that friends will have folio an nrmy of international vohlnby a dance and a floor the leers micht be formed to assist Between IfiS and 175 are Finland in fighting the Red for hri Cnnnirtmi Reports oclock and will featu Moscow reports sJiH Hie Rurjiani lion to Finland1 While the men have been in from rat to bar1 thelr lve have tertameri at tvn matn oca in an frnm FinYesterday afternoon Mrv E 1 q rr Muttrnns mtn the air nn Bellpfont and Mam and HPIP quickly cap pr hv quickmoving persons RF which filled the np trppffnr the Uoonji Fnr d been frnni riniihtpd hpthrr thp expfriencs f hrn 4rramhlrri fnr rrittinc onr for thr tn hiismrss mrn fn consider thr trchniqur nf A i mrrtms last hrv lr rontiniiP IhP tur ny fights hut with Mib for thr turkry s for nt t rio TiU from thr i a o c thp fire inM hiow acain for rrnnd Un kry flifiht and 20 bal launched from of inn Mi ncs on RotlrftintP and Main Thr hal nto hr nj dand thor rnp thr Inihhlrs will tu rrroivp the hr distribution will he made im from nflVr of fhr hamber f here thp iHinrrif ballnnn ratchrrwill r rrroided hy the sTaff aiinfin i turned in for the v flizht There ill continue be none on Pove entertained east central The Finns said had been attended by of the ifniht to a standstill on Kare arriving jlian scene of the At noon today the womTi me jfichtine since the war started luncheon a the F weeks jnfter which a program of ntert Nnrwesian frontier dispatches ment was North were approaching the Fin evening the nish border town of Salmijarvi their w ere a1 from the Finns seemed to or preparing tn Prime Minister speaking in the Houe of Com laudrd the Finns for their resistance to Russia and said Brit ain would send all possible as 11 hrr lirr Ancncan Legion pr xiiictions f ho Camp Movies Show c Renovo Boy Scouts Aceusins Germany of abettinc the prime minister de that Britain nvi Germany thus at farkinc the exjl at its Lost Men Grange Ends Sessions National Master Talks Farm Cooperation in addition to tnf of thp turkey thrrf a new attrgc fnr thr holiday shopping in the IIP nT nrp mz nlt ihition nf mrrch anI of d rihttcri hy hr merch inn ntv thp whuii arr r Sornr of th ISO n hr distributed in this A on nn cultural and plrrMon tf naval power against the larserjthe Exeter nut of he bs suns of the pocket Thr guns of the Achi The was in j Ajax were more than put Gkc fter perch chilifc a match for will nr mem f tiir Brl Carl the Cantanna rxrrtnivr Singer mrm and the Freshman the Dramatic the battle tor only four hours belthe woapuiv of the Giaf fore the 11mrh guns the and she squirmed In knocked her out of Observer lodny 12 at Punta Dr on thr U r u c shore saw the pocket OfficialsTram awwy m ihr A MX r relrniry fit man warship The Exeter appeared miles off from Ihe British Icpalifm boarded Achillc the from a tnc to survey the damncc to the obtain a firelhanri report ofs the gQ DlC Irt The Achilles and the Ajax hounded the AriCclluloSC thriT be ix S h r p h r d The Manser of The AriorMinn df The Thr Adoration rf thr Maci and West Branch Roy nf A rntrrlanrr Troip T u r s ri n y even i n E h era rrel of motion pictures show nc Csmp Kline tbr SCOLJ rtmpnc He pifiurrtnkrn Jir yru mn ao srvrral in Comparmc Thr hr nut hr i m pro t marip ni the camp and Hr sairi Total rasualtiesi secretary and a t i he three of warmained thrmain rrc aboi nien ness for rnorf than 1 In Berlin ihr GerrnanRtissian f before rloslnc thr ri for the balloon rvents i nnod for thr nishl t h r rl n a I a va wi 1 1 Thi of fnenriship and nonnriary tnriialori formally rrofird in a foreign office Thf accord acreeri mi il lanGerman annual fnrp cereman from h on a iric secrefary inr e n a r d n oi j i n n announced the he reilt of the partition of rrnor Jamr 1 h groups nri i omprenrn n Thr art nf nder the na Do rommis Hitl oner fnr th s a tr hundt if hrr with The South At the admiralty dis of thr destroyer r result of a rri and enty mem err w were believed ntciPrri chrcr Frank p Pric rrr per ther mira Graf Spee for the entire 14 6 EST until after 8 were killed and Lno and eightinch almost con were gravely injured today in V n More thnn explosion at n cellulose plant und James men WCIT cncaKcrt m hc i military confrl at MrJ El Reports were current that thej Manv of the miured wrrr ri Fisher and Escoe Kxetrr was a veritable funeral made thr stained rj o v h i1 n 11 he u f ri as Tlir prtciHiTi riiviricri Thr In Jrrrminh and Trr The Watcn and The Manner A fenture of ihr piVsrntaiion by irrsficate from n i cnpTir rvenins Hnll al Germany nid iif her had been damaged by an underwater The an followed a t nicM that a British had a fJer cruder and ink a C Following the mectinc Christmas were were served tn 17 and four Mrs floy will entertain at the next the While famili wcic by vipfri TTe tahinii carrying many killed and out in their sleep by thr The tahim wounded to some unspecified morning blast an nvcrhcatrri Miss Destroyed Turrel kettle of Shil Mary Ehza Lrugunyan officials who boarded A high wind spread flameYivlh Artcel Rowland cr Frrd the Admiral Graf Spee said the and earned chl Germans rrjmrled thai one of their the HTienriinc him fnr rn r r n f m r r i o i j s r v i c r n Hartcr of i IKtrnup i Fncrh 15 hr Ter of Troop and Joseph Grot Robert and Miller Better who for thp past 15 ain able to hr hi rnd and lookinc forward to to at hs store next tna anri fn inrad of America HP litrd nrcrriy f j farm 3nH homr p j Incroar of the of what Stabilization of increased employment and bcrnlyrarly Jnbor j American for the American j Improvement of rcedum vi Stella Wagner Class Has Christmas Party nf if the Trinity Church mrt for their Cr party la5 rvpnins in Srhon nf Mrs Mr thr pjngt with ri rifi hy raroli Carrnll Hursh at the M Bryrrton oM tvo The Lcsend of hr Blnrk Madonna and Th CJnrk and Chitma Santa Arosp vnicr sounded very irkr rhpf nf Truman put n his Painter won the were Rrbert John ess of Be Johnston and Helt   

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