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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - March 12, 1945, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                              THE LOCK HAVEN EXPRESS Not Only A Community Asset Weather Showers and mild temper Clearing and colder tonight Tuesday Sunday note 45 19 Precipitation River taf e Todays natt SO M Hirer Est March LOCK MARCH 1945 Tht Associated Press Four 1st Army Expands Bridgehead At Remagen Piper Negotiations Reach Stalemate Strike Carries On Pfc Lindenirf Cora Suiters Killed In Action iBody Is Found Russ Shoemaker Is Prisoner In Germany Four Firemen Discover Aged Teacher In River A Red Cross In Every Window PaintShop Employes Differed On Pay 5 Negotiations to end the strike at the Piper Aircraft Corpora where production became interrupted Thursday afternoon when the night shift have apparently reached a stale At the meeting of union lead ers and company representatives Saturday morning at The Irvin an agreement was reached that the which Kenneth a member of the griev ance said Saturday MARCH IS RED CROSS MONTH morning had not been sanctioned by the would be called off j by instructions to the union members to return to work that afternoon formal notification by registered mail had been received by some 23 employes of the paint as well as by hat their employment with the company was Picket Line Formed This development d o u b t IP s raised another question which Paratrooper The body of Miss Cora j whose Suiter was found yesterday in the afaouts have been uncertain since rncr 5t D the dam about shortly after was killed arrts downstream from the Hoy farm at the part end of the air m action on June in Ihc nnrt searching the War Dpartment has informed his river in the city boat made the i Lois Kcphart Lindeni muth of Mill who now working m of the bffllct that whlle Smoke Screen On Canadian Front Hints Crossing Of Lower Rhine Reds Close On Danzig Eastern Clinton County Quota Contributions To Date Percentage Of Quota No Scrap Drive On Good Friday i Collection Will Be Friday After Easter due to ill Miss Three telegrams have come to imn he nver and Lindcnmiith about her mpt her Thcre will be no inquest nor will an au topsy be the coroner The first reported him seriously wounded following the invasion the which came only after mouths of said he was missing in action and the third dated March finally confirmed his death in Paratrooper the son of Charles Lindenmuth of Re has a who lives with his and Mitchell Kcphart in Mill He was employed at the Renovo shops when he entered the army in He went over seas during the Winter preceding Ihe as indicated by the date of his presumably took part in the DDay landing in Shoemaker a Prisoner Russell son of and of is a prisoner war Large crowds lined in A card receiver bank of the from him Saturday by his parent Miss Suiter retired a a teacher was their first knowledge of what six years She had been in 1 happened since earlier ad ill health She was report and The retired head of the commercial department of the Lork Haven High School had been missing from her East Main home Friday Her body was found at yes ternoon afternoon by Jack Ma Blair Salvatorp Mor and Scott who were i drifting in a city It was found in the brush about ten j feel from The four men hart been out about two setting out and landing a short distance east of Constitution Other volunepr took part in the Saturday afternoon and all nay Sunday up to the j time of thp finrlmg of the j the river forbade the resumption of opera Tne next rpguiar 5Crap collec tions this morning when another vices from the War Department ed seen alivp between picket line was formed at the on ln ck De mao that he was mining in action on 8 m Friday by Piper aircraft time for the daylight lnr nrft m in Under workers enroute from thruhome of the last Friday nf this month date of Shoemaker m snd hart sppsr as has been the usual custom writes I am x x x Am hop enlly drowned a hort lime alter the drive started just inS send all the packager her allowed kctp sending i start injf Whatever the next step will be remains to be Two reprei sentatives of the Conciliation Senice of the Department She was born in Evidently he his parents lived in Swiwsdale and mox ed of Russel Stone and i The reason for the change of j had already been advised that he with her family to Lock Haven to dates is due to Good was a 40 years Shr was sn prtnr An outline map of Pennsylvania sun qucred Americans noi driving rinirosed on this man of Germany to thp re the Rhine River bridgehead at Frmacen would Jjion of caslcrn and westrrn fronLi entering the southwest corner of the snri solir line1 tn an area of comparable size in the i Russians attacking German Oder River defenses UnitM If Pennsvlvania were the unomi wmild be driving toward the i Charles have been here lend their offices in effecting an which falls on March and the went intn the army in member of the Evangelical end to the fact that every home will have an assigned to the Her furvNrrs are three Miss Manzie and Mis Jen ena 10 me nwmc nu assigncn to the of a union accumulation of Easter wrap Later he had Ranger was also expected here pings after training and went overseas last When on Saturday morning The Collection in Mill Hall will be Express conferred by telephone made on the day after the Lock with Ycager and Harry Haven Residents of Sugar president of Local Valley and Niltany Valley are International Association of Maj again reminded that they may the union officials were place their bundles of paper at asked that in the event no underj the Kermit Cross Senice Sta standing to end the strike would Mill be forthcoming over the week At mcctmg nf the end a statement of the unions Scout on Tucsdav position should be Among soldiers wounded in Europe were two from Clinton previously reported to next of They are John son of Mary Kulka of and Carl iJr son of Ocie Du fvr5 Lock Haven Among the soldiers killed ton is both of this with she resided Eseinn of State College a D David Suiter of and several nieces and Ira G Bottorf of slowly fro a slight paralytic stroke which she sufTcred After chairman of in previously Efforts this morning to get in j the Srout 5aid plans arciwas 2nd Albert touch with the union formulated to collect paper whose j in she w r in Monument and and lives at Jersey J were not Company Views The companys of the causes that led up to the k strike is made by Ted vice as follows One of the employes in the paint where the rate of pay is 81 cents an had been assigned to another other than spray ing but in the same for which the rate of pay is 70 cents an This possibly in other i Dresn Missinr j James wtiop Winter 1 appeared Saturday in the yVIIU TT IIIICI i uniform column of The Ex r i was later in the day re rirrn InCOrpOrQteS ported missing in action in as of Feb 9 The word In order to anticipate plans for came to his and expansion of the the Dress of as firm of Smith and Winter that i another Charles downstairs for the firrt time Spring Is Or Thereabouts Flash Sprint Is Among thr numrrnu rhimnnN fnr Ihr hftimr nf spying firM rnbin of the Miss Srlvia Shaf 9 rear nld Uuthtr cf and Arthur Alisn Fourth Grade student at the Imma rulatr Conception told the rditnr spied two hird in Shaffer Nolr nf run will be printed Tons of Bombs Poured On Nagoya Support Red Armies mighy mada of more than Anvri can warplaneslahrd a wirle about 14 in has operated one of Lock Havens 1905 has in i her of the will con tinue his personal attention to the business as president of the that brought to a head on they quit who is getting ready for overseas arrived home for a short Dress is an infantryman and wenl oversea on Hunt Is Not Candidate Edward Brown Seeking Election As Controller The smoke of the firing of first shell Saturday in the I9IS political war has hardly anri already has hen lished that Lork Haven will and taken up in due to be out by conciliation and arbitration for the purpose of a stockholder in The other stockholders are Les ter who will sene I lished that Lock Haven will I InQraTArT rramO a ncw controller next yra J I IQIIlC W HuntRepublican incum ill nnt be a r Answer lo Lewis any stoppage of The contract further Weld that when an em ploye is absent from work three days without an explanation or excuse for his absence being given to the his ser vices with the company auto matically j 23 Dismissed j in the failure i either to present a statement a grievance concerning the wage rate paid to one as to another or to offer a formal reason for their at the end of the threeday period the dismissal notices were scntj on Friday to the paint shop work Lower Court Rules On Wards First told The Expirs today nor the Teachers College bursar eck any other office this year Edward 833 Eitumi former grocery mana nous operators railed the l1 tnr his peti scheduled conference with the HP will eek the Unitcd Mine Worker to frame can nomination for Candidates for state anrt offices got off tn an early tart first day for can didates to circulate petitions an anwer to rarh of John Lewis 18 Counter proposal were dis cussed over thp weekend by the Su and ttr negotiating premc Court refused today to rule committee will otr today to on the validity of government vording their replies to the de seizure of 16 Montgomery Ward mands made on them at the i ct contract negotiations March Roy W stake with principal mtcrest renToiprl on elntion of Pittsburghs Thc pot IA held by serving second Two of the urt will be fleeted ihn Fall tlp only to he Jurirp Hebfr of appointed the court to fill a pxpccted to be a Republican candidate for a full The other to be filled WHS causer by the death of President Judge William Governor Martin has 21ST BOMBER COMMAND over their target at enly feet 300 giant path acrors Northern Germany B29s poured tons of in with the mam force of bomb ccndiary bombs on blasting military naval greatest warplane producing installation on the Baltic coat center and third largest j m direct support of the Russian fin the 30th Air i The German radio declared the Pomeranian capital of Stettin and the Nai Ubosf and naval base at 35 mil t northeast of were Ruhr Laid An RAF spokesman credited 1 Allied bombers based in Britain laying to more than 4511 sfvjarf1 the Thp German alarm rvstcni m other widespread attack were taking plncp a the Allied The first Superfortresses struck acrlai offensive carried through just after Tok 28th Before noon sirens 43 hours after were sounding in every thnr record incendiary the Northern Reich from Hoi on a 13squaC mile area of infl srtm rorr Vienna Central Fire from Sat jo Munich in the Fetch i urdays holocairt jtill were bombers thundered in from smouldering in the Japanese cap Rome ffiBren ner rail line into Italy had born closed to traffic for H cooccu I Force officially described the at tack as equally as successful as i the assault on Tokyo two days t i Pilots said Ihpy tatcd raging i nres which converted a five mile area into a hellish and raged unchecked for hours Radio Tokyo the lamr burned ten but rlaimrn they were controlled by 10 m Fires Still Bum Some of the pilot return in from Nagoya Ihr raid cd not appear adestructive as Saturdays devastation of the i orjri rcat armaments the June 19 primary electioi In Lock Haven the terms o the following ITieials expire Coun Ridgly Heller and Probst school director was a days uprrraid m whirl rrorr its reason for the McGhcr and Adam C court said that the review petii Repre petitions of tion in the case was filed prior senlative Smith ro Ghee and Dickey are being cncu to the judgment of the Circuit sponsor nfth SmithConnally latcri Court of I questioned today John This means that the high tri Lewis claim of a dispute last bunal refused to rule in the case j month between miners and bituj I Through a thr count election board erroneously an i nounced that there was an asso LnHlVfto Mne many ccntnr of ahcnrl until after the ff The election Demiernts jhp crew of Walter long fifi opportunity to uin of aid they ihe sevenmemHci superior rr tires for 30 for the first turw since it was Timms B23 fiv n low pos than RAF heavy establuhpd in are feet that his left gunj dumped ton of ex now twn Democrstir mrmbers Ben plosives on th out a searrhlizht with 50 calihcr machincgun with twothirds of iheB39s hack on thnr Chester and Clair No Uniformity Some local ru 1jding ers who had left their jobs Their before the Circuit Court hears mmous operators under terms of I ciated judge to be elected tin number was increased to about 23 Arguments and reaches its dccii the labor disputes Judge Jame Bndgcn from other em I My own construction nf the will be elected in each of commander nf the 67 counties but there Bomber said uniformity of the to apparently was a very good Isert the RAF m highhshtrd s day in which morp than Allied warplanes blasted Ger in more than a dozen accessions from nther em ployes on the night shift emphasizes that the The Justice Department and Wards asked the high tribunal company stands ready to abide a speedy final determination by the terms of the es pecially in the consideration of All Thc trouble that has ltd up to the interruption in whether President Roosevelt had authority under the War Labor Disputes or the constitution order the Army to take pos the production of the Piper session of Ward latiuties in seven i The District Court in Chi Ihat has proved so valuable an adjunct to the countrys armed the company has cago ruled the seizure was allowed by the union to of despite Ihe stale strained employes who want toj My own construction act would be that a dispute does not exist until there are two parties Smith He added fo a reporter that he could rot see how a dispute could have been present when filrd notice 2fi with the necessitating a strike vote in 30 ment by Yeager that the strike was not sanctioned by the unionIn the meantime the picketing that since Thursday has existed at the reg work from entering the in addition to the 300 employed in the office and in the supenisory Weld said today there about 50 others Wins Race From Bull Phares j Zook painfully claimed a new track and farm 20 yearold outran a charg ing bull for 50 yards and then cleared a sixfoot fence but hours for thr starting of the who had reported lor work sprained his ankle when he Sfld to term will not expire until Judge two Thr associated judges arc elected to sixyear Thp jury term expires and Fred Avis in surance is seeking rccrr lion on the Democratic tick but Hayes today that it is unlikely that he will be a For Soldier Vote The General w ifi Governor Martins ad vanced the primary date from September to give seivicc men British Mnsquitos krpt tiir nf rolln through the i raid A mayor v ill b in Vital Crnler Scranton and US third class fo per Beaver cent of all and by hitting Berlin with twot Franki combat That in blockbusters for the 20th night Johns1 vital to Japans aerial was not the only prime Ao in thbombed arpa v ere factories producing impor tant railway ma mo tor vehicles and processed The city also has an important N Ken rousviilr ant Local option referenda on thp retail sale of liquor or or may aljo be held at the pri mary upon filing at the county Thc petition must contain signatures of a min imum of 25 per rent of th vote and women time tn receive and i cast at the last election in a given Sincaporr Area Hit tJ1 Supr fortresses hit at industrial tar in a They aljo attacked vsrimis other communications largerm Western More than Amrncin heavy continued crushing blows against the Reich sv itching the rnain tack from railyarris to the sub marine yards at Brc men and Men Reported By Foe To Hove Crossed By The Associated Press Overnight attacks carried the First Army few hundred yards deeper in their Remagen bridgehead hewn in the hills across the Rhine and Ber lin claimed the foothold had been widened to 122 with some men already sent over the Ludendorf bridge and pontoon In the a smoke icreen masked Allied dispositions along a 40mile stretch of the Rhine in the WeselNijmegen and there were broad hints Canadian and British forces were prepar ing to cress at this flalands ap proach to Bridgehead Expanded Eight towns had been taken by First Army across from i By Allied the bridgehead was nine miles wide and more than three but Berlin placed the depth at two to four and a half Heavy guns trundled across urre searching nut Ger man batteries shelling the crois nncl were aiding m rc pule if Americans ought rules nnrth of and the Germans saidthe battle ex tended south as far as six miles upstream from Rema The Third Army laid to Cohlenz from position a mils or two In drives neting 14 other divisions j wiped out all Germans west of i ihe Rhine and Moselle Rivers ex rcrt for two small end 1 iinninsted all the west bank of the ijoplls save for a 13mile j between Cochem and and Third Army troops nnvrri on Nazis trapped m theKifrl Mountains northwest of On Baltic Ports Fed Anry troops battled nine and I from Gdynia and and were thusting a wrdgo bPtwcen the two Berlin declared the Soviet had j launched sn offensive westward from Upper Silesia and were 1 within 23 of Moravska Otrava protecting the Moravian Mrrcow maintained official ji op any new thrust there or on the Oder Front before where the Germans said the First Russian Army had won and was assaulting A the Soviet Com mirin shifting large forces to the Berlin and pre dirvrri that the Second White Arrry would be assigned to ic right flank of Marsha Whilp for the shove on the Terrrn and stiffening German in Italy slowed the Fifth Armys attack on of rt nn ipr highway to The to help beat Germany to her knees continued for the 2oh successive and it declared officially that CIO sotiarc of tie been Isid Essen Attacked MVP RAF heavy Essen yesterday fr of and ft of more than hurled tons submarine building yards and ictincncs at Bre and Bombers from Iaiy hammered communications n ia Northern A powerful force of Allied from Britain slashed at today in direct support of the Fed attacking suburbs of the Berlin said the of Swmcmuende i tic Baltr 35 rules northeast ao war from India baseof Barneys 20th Bomber Com return ballots at the November Only muniapali gets in the Japanese held SingaI There was no immediate which voted rn local rpnon port area in a daylight anrounccment a to result of iiris rr more Tip mafi 41 war strike if inerny darn oust and townjtup offices aie at on ttii years Age to itse aoui Sheriff Wed 20 Yeors Scriil George HickotT celebrated their 20th ueddrru anntvcrrary home Saturday They re ceived tcvcral gifts the 20 guesu Deputy Sheriff Bathurst Smith priicw i n n C r s at   

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