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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 24, 1945, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                mmm THE LOCK HAVEN Not Only A NewspopeiHA Community Asset LOCK MONDATSJ DECEMBER 1945 Pope Names 32 4 From Mooney Receive Red Hat VATICAN two new including four from the United six from Latin America and one from have been named by Pope Pius They will receive the red hats emblematic of their of fice in Rome IS at a consis tory nf the Sacred College of which now will num ber 70 The four new United States members ill be Archbishop Francis Spellman of New Archbishop John Glennon ol Archbishop Samuel Slritch of Chicago and Archbishop Edward Mooney of a Vatican announcement At the only living cardinal is Dennis Cardinal Dougherty of Replving o the cardinals Christmas the Pope said the hatred and devastation of war would long remain impressed on Not Real Peace In a world radio broadcast he said that for the first time in six years Christmas was being cele brated in but not real The Pope expressed satisfaction that with the end of the war new cardinals had been bring ing to full strength the College of The Holy Father called atten tion to the many nationalities he illustrated the universality of the The Catholic church is above is he molhfcof all nations and all the Pope American archbishops will be created Cardinals in a Consistory called by Pope Pius XII inr February Left to right Samuel Alphonsus archbishop of Chicago and John archbishop of Louis bottom Francis Spellman left archbishop of New York and Edward archbishop of Railroad Train Travel Jam Sets Big 3 Discuss Atomic Energy Secret Kept Cordial Atmosphere In Moscow Ministers Attend Ballet end of the Big Three Foreign Ministers Conference is in informed sources and good news may be expected to be The informants stated that ac complishments had been achieved and probably would be an nounced simultaneously in Mos London and Although the conference has reached lU final both Secretary of State Byrnes and British Foreign Secretary Beyin be in Moscow until Christ mas morning at it was Control of Policy it was reliably re ported that Russia had not been ief in on any secrets about the I ttomic although the for t eign ministers were said to have discussed the United States BritishCanadian policy on world control of atomic An atmosphere of optimism i continued to prevail today as ine conference went into its ninth cold Not Quite so cold tonight Snow hie tmritht and River Sunday W 3 KOI Today 6 t Foot artin Leads Stete In Ghristrtfe elebration Lean Day In Europe ft Soldiers Help Children In Vienna day It was understood that Demolishes Car Milford Escapes A car driven by Milford Irvin of Avis was virtually dc molished at Saturday made AllTime Mark Ticket Sales Halted In Some Instances By Thc Associated Press Merry Christmas folks we Byrnes and Bevin have ad i hered to thc polio set forth by 1 President British Prime Minister Attlee and Canadian Crime Minister Ma lor placing the con energy in the production secrets on the bomb be kept until effective controls nave been More Cordial Extent of A Santa a thin pack for most of the f d on this first peacetime 1 istmas in six conquering and liberated s well as in the shat tered reTinants of the Third there is not food enough hearty Yulctidc and childrens Christmas stock gape at toes and American sepa rated from their families on an other are filling their now familiar role of foster Santa wherever they they entertaining youngsters in Vienna tomorrow j with food deducted from their j own Orphans Helped War orphans in Belgrade and Cairo and the children of re leased internees in Singapore also will share the Yanks turkey and movies and PSomc of treat Is in store for the soldiers such turkey in Chungking ct beer weak beer on the edge cf Guineas steaming jun familics Christ swcatins md Canadian ackcnzie King urol of atomic Hundrols of English is of a Jare their meager fare with GIs the long wait for passage moiisnea av The Holy Father said the churcn xvhcn jt Dy a trsin after 1 informed observers have said has always radiated a unifying force to shattered humanity ond has rebuffed every attempt to dismember it or make it th of any one F tilllH WSKl V iia v wcrp thc that Current meetinss of Byrnes and on thc Becfonte Ave echoed the nation g Forej crossinR thousands of Americans jomed j Mi1 arc much morc against he church all he the church mus sing le nation was having had plenty of time to leave the mlv Another in back of jnc to push the Irvin tove car off the track but failed when be the bumpers were ol by a hitandrun The driver was reported by police to have been attired in a sailors uni Irom and to have been accompan ied by a The hitrun car The dri was not before thc train wUl give that country its largest representation on thc The United States has never before had more than four Spellman May Be Chosen Archbishop Spellmaii has been lor Secretary of State at the Vat Detroit and Louii will be represented in the college lor the first Louis will lie the westernmost city ever to receive a The new appointments broke with the tradition that thr ma jority of the college be Only four of the 32 new car imals are thus bringing the total Italian membership cf the 70man college to only In the past the Italian majority has been eliminated on several occasions by deaths and other fac but the number has never been at such a low ration as will prevail in the new consistoryi Latin which at present i arc muc their famihcs and frienns for lnan thc f talemated five through thc greatest travel jam in thc country5 Countless other were liqhtinK thc odd on greatly overtaxed plane bus facilities ajid only time could de termine the Many were almost ccrUi to be stranded but appeared that most of the trav At a carjclers would reach their destma riven by Kcrmit tion in time sidcswipcd on Bellefonte j Transportation companies add German housewives have a few Umirics from Al solditrs to supplement their dtomouth exist i ut o Frankfurt railroad one large devoid j stands as a symbol of the drabness of Christmas in j By liberated Brussels i Springing from a white trunk and by a bright this glistening Christmas tree sings Its worked annually by the choir of Denvers West High Much 0f its slitter romes from the singers widecollars ol accordionBleated alum inum No PaperTomorrow ence in London After a twohour informal dis cussion oy thc three yesterday in Molotovs Kremlin Byrne nad his second talk in five nays XV5S reported to be at almost ccrUiti to be stranded but Byrnes was ac anied by Ambassador than the ftalematca nvc ministers confer a public fquare into a wifh lorcst of Christmas trees with while in Copcn great torches will flare tonight over the craves nf patri There will be no issue of The Express Tomor Thc business office will also be closed through out thc day and Charles E Boh In children whose par tntsstill cannot buy new shoes lor pressed their noses j displaying toy Christmas Calendar to Ktrstetters car was not esti Cars driven by Under Water and Walter ed extra equipment wherever but that took care of only a trickle of the de mand for in most cases the travelers didnt bother about were satisfied jusf to Ret Aisles of New York trams raUj guests suspended sales of tickets tiarnman and vnancs nun Icn chief of thc Russian section costing each and ex io Dpoartment fcnsive Bevin and UNRRA distributed cd an ovation as Christmas packages in dis appeared at thc Boishoi oscridden Socks canve PW erlormancc of the from the United Stales for oallct imaerella The Rus every and British sian foreign commissar was host i children donated 57 cases of toysi for the theater at which i Danish I Water and Walter road suspended sales of tickets collided at at some points over the weekend Vesper and Water at Most of thc passengers on United and Karri Damage to Under woods car was placed at Galloway Hurt In Dance Argument KANSAS Cal Negro Hideho band was treated at General ambassadors urday had their reservations i National Anthems in Chicago a spokesman for The orchestra played the three Dwight of Illinois national and the three Deserter Held In Beh Death said 500 militiamen and 110 tracks and jeeps would be pressed into service to transport stranded between the citys servictitien seven railroad railroad rush foreign ministers clasped hands twice while thc audience cheered f Boevc of Ottawa heartily and The county announced he had beenj handclasps took place at both informed by thc FBI that Robert i luuiv imurmea uic r lit inai the beginning and end of the bal1 had been settled Thc which in captured at Blue and Christmas Eve Santa Claus visits and Car oline Christinas Day Moose theater party for kiddies at the Gar Elks boys and firls at the Elks YiMCA Christ mas Lasa Christmas Thursday Johns Day Masonic YMCA parly for boys and Alumni Lock Haven High School Friday 9 Playmakcrs Fallen normal holiday rush I eluded most of the Moscow dip that he confessed to killing Roy after an lomatic got its first look j Gordon Beh of Grosse Children Walk crutches or braces lor the first here for cuts on the head j s at these iistinguished visitors as d j tieup due chiefly to gov tK one will be repre Sheriff Bocve said the FBF had j u and booked on a charge of intox the I tney filed out just before thc pcr scnted by seven in he new col You Shfargd It Was 6 Below Snow For Christmas Looking fanvard to mow for Christmas as Ihe wea ther man residents ot this area tried to keep warm this morning as the official thermometer here fell to six below Much colder readings were reported in the rural It will be slightly warmer to day with snow late tonight and Some areas in the especially the southwest cor may have a sleet Kane went about Christmas preparationsln subzero weather that plummeted thermometers to 18 below early Exttcmt cold had moder over most of the country but sleet and freezing rain threatened to make holi day travel treacherous for midwest and eastern motor ists Missouri highways already were glazed and the Chi cago Weather Bureau forecast Icy surfaces tor Illinois and Indiana roads by with the condition spreading into southern New York on Christinas Slippery roads were blamed for traffic deaths in A white Christmas was assured for the northern United Fresh snow was falline in the Upper Mis sippi Valley and New Governor Stays Capital For Holiday by Governor Martirf and his Pennsylvanias first peacetime Christmas in five years wiH be by the more than through out the Y Most families will be dose to the fireside1 but Martins will remain at the exec utive mansion for Christmas making it the seventh straight year the governor has been away from his The commonwealths first cotr bple have a Christmas the chief executive explaining I have never spent a Christmas without a He smilingly recalled that even dur ing the Philippines campaign of theSpanish be decorateda bananatree for Tree the governor and Martin wiU havea Pennsylf vania freshly cut from the Mount Alto as a gift froni the partmeiit of Forestsand The governor said in a Christ mas greeting to the people of Pennsylvania As we plan to observe the first peacetime Christmas in five to all Pennsyl holiday greet Archbishop oldest ot the new appointees Consistory Delayed Because of the the calling ot a consistory had been long de laved The last consistory was called June by Pope Pius when he brought the member ship of the college to the cus tomary Among the new cardi one from Australia and Portuguese This agrcB auuui uic cu that for the first time in history j crackjng disclosure all six continents will be repre cspjonagc CodeCracking Reports In Different Light on future j world already has changed its I director of the gave this version of how Beh met his death 20 j the Christmas ceremonies in He picked up Smith in j Bethlehem on this Smith was to j peacetime celebration of the a ridc Near JWtotmas Eve date birth of the Prince of Peace in SmUh Ucfl Ben and Truman has a Wirisim six told him to turn over his with the nation before to Hundreds of rcrvicc Bch trjed Q Smjtn out will make the pilgrimage to Beth1 robbing That started ight Tree Before Flying Home WASHINGTON I Having presented his staff and EVA Hate office employes with a of peace and toward another should attend our respective places of worship to reaffirm pur belief in the faith of our not forgetting to ask Gods blessing on the many homes whose sons and daughters have made the supreme sacrifice that we might live in peace and A 26foot tall balsam gaily festooned with tinsel and balls and softly highligthed by the glow of multicolored is on view in the capitol Department Trees Practically all of the depart ment offices had small Christmas trees of their Last a of Yule par ties created a festive mood for the i Department heads joined in entertainment and Christmas caroling with their setting aside formal re lationships that prevail for the remainder of the Giftswere exchanged at the close of work Friday preceding the departure of the hundreds of capitol employes for their homes throughout the Theyre due back Wednesday Most ol the commonwealths officialdom also are spending the Yuletide holidays at their out Secretary of Agriculture Miles Horst said he was playing Santa Claus to his two 11 and 9 years at their anon Returns Home James secretary of Forests and went to his Westmoreland to observe Christmas with two sons who recently returned from the In his annual message to For ests and Waters Ken asked that they pause mon ment of consolation during Christmas Lets aside Just two min utes on this peaceful Christinas Day to offer individual silent nnii ma for those who did employes with a not return from battle to be with Christmas card and an I and for the mothers Each one of the children walked out of the institute over the week They came from ten oraiea cara ana ana Id him to turn over his j with tne nation oworc illuminated scroll and wives who cannot have Bch tried to talk Smith out of j Missouri tomorrow to spend his Ol the VE Day with them ibbinp him That started a t rhipf executive Truman will leave by Diane to r tlleu HI lam ss image to Beth1 robbing That started a j first Yulelide as chief executive Truman will leave by plane to hundreds and Beh was shot in the morrow for to ms sented in thc Precedent also was shattered by Senator Lucas DI11 said he tnc SenateHouse In Committtees action in bar 5ecrct that Americans The reason Ihc ig is up fort General Short III ner nunareos and Beh was snot in me services elsewhere side 45 rcvolver with hisfam ly which Smith had stolen at Camp Promptly at a ocevs naming of a Chinese qujry C Bishop Homasso titular jng tne 5ecrct that Americans more what they thought were bishop of Ruspe and Apostolic j nave been reading Japj highly confidential messages to Vicar of will be thc first anese other nations confi1 their nonCaucasian dcntial messages has given us a One of the systems by which me reason me iors thc Navys Jig19 is that the Walter Reed Japanese arent sending any I more what they thought were Christmas Goods Burn Lucas said the greatest crtect ft will be in the loss to this country mas merchandise valued at more of information about the activi ancse ana ouier iiauuua ufuu dcntial messages has given us a One of the systems by which diplomatic setback that cant be thc Navy broke down these mes was called according to testimony of Capt formerly in charge of the Com munications The tes mas merchandise valued at more of information about tne acuvimunicauons les than was destroyed when tics of rther nations he I timony has been placed in the a threealarm Pre swept are bound to change their record of the SenateHouse corn Jays Furniture Electrical Ap But Gearhart KCalif j now in recess until a week niiaruw i told a reBorler he thinks code from todsy oliances who was Army comma Hawaiian department when tne Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December is a patient at Walter Reed It was reported that General Short was threatened with pneu monia but the public relations fleer at thc hospital said he naa not been given the diagnosis of tne i I Police Hunt Meanest Mant Guy Who Stole From Tree City police had another candidate for the meanest man in town today but they did not know who It may have been a Someone stoe the colored electric lights from the nice y decorated tree on the porch of the John Whet stone 530 Main Truman planned to walk out on u the south lawn of the White House to light the National Com munity Christmas a big living fir that has remained dark the last four wartime Sixteen minutes later the chief executive will broadcast a brief Christmas message to the All networks arranged to carry the An hour and a half before the his family His wife and daughter Margaret already are He will take off in The Sacred a C54 after breakfast arriving at the Kansas City Municipal Airport about four hours The pres ident will return to Washington Asked about those advertised three Christmas dinners awaiting him at his own home in Indepen AH nOlir 3llu Oait wti nun ceremony the White House dence and those of his mother and grounds were to be thrown open Charles press see to the with the usual Se cret Service precautions in force bundles or umbrel las said The president is a light He wont eat three you can bet on that he The Welfare reported special menus were prepared for patients inmates in the commonwealths prisons in orchicken will feature the of and chefs are planning to dude all the Bear Steaks Many boys and girl at a near by orphanage will have an tunity steaks to HarrisburgQty Cpuncfl decided toabandon the Zoo and the bruins have been cut up into steaks and to be given to   

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