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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Bradford, Pennsylvania She Faxa old rat newspaper to the Rich Bradford of Flold published Ceery morning except sunday Tim newspaper that s read in the Home Ko-184�?T established 1877 Bradford pa., monday morning june 5, 1944. Full associated press services Price four cents Dine captured by fifth army troops or s to local fifth Ward school patrol Royse unit a or class audient t baccalaureate la let it Iduate or. F. Dean of the first Hurch deliver baccalaureate be graduating Radford senior in the school St evening. A ence attended i ?4 service _ Jet iras a for a a Tex 14 who r thou Art no come m for such a time said a i appreciate for. This a a for. I tit arrays comes up i pm about. I believe attended 24 services Tisa i came to this it ass Back Over these a a lever remember any toc the subject for distal revolve around some �r.? that had to do i berm Man. So i claim feature for this service.1 i a Young woman not Slat you women who _ this week the idea has been to school children attending the fifth Ward school at Elm and Avenue b daily Are confronted with traffic disadvantages. First the motorists driving either on Brennan Street. Elm Street Avenue a Rochester Street and High Street and then the Railroad Crossings at the intersection of Elm and Riser streets. Despite All this the school safety patrol boys pictured above have done a Fine Job in not having any of the school youngsters injured. Members of the fifth Ward safety patrol Are first Row left to right Joseph Frederick. Marvin Hitchcock Jack Mongillo. Donald Connor second Row left to right. Richard Bell Jack Felmlee Donald Hipchen David Dyne Raymond Feura. Dick cot Tirion and Ward Dahlgren. Of talks tonight on fall of Rome Washington. June 4. President Roosevelt will discuss the Roll of Rome the first Axis Caprivi captured by the allies in a 15-minute radio broadcast to the lation tomorrow night. The White House announced tonight the presidents talk will be carried Over the four major networks Between 8 30 pm. And 5 45 p. M. Eastern War time. County a fifth yanks hit Carolines $ a loan quota furies for 5th Day is $5,200,000 j Degaulle to go to Lindon at Church Yiirs bid figure is increase of $500,000 Over us loan 4e Bond higher fires and explosions set off at Truk laps Advance along rail line yips Retreat in Eastern India by Leonard Milliman associated press War editor american bombers swept almost unmolested Over the quotas for u. S. Treasury War lot Julg men and allow Bond sales for Mckean county fori. ,,.__.tnf.m Man �s5o there might be the 5th War loan drive scheduled extremities of Tokyo s Eastern land defences while Jap Anize Young women i do to open officially next monday june Ese ground forces pushed Down Central China in an Effort to i suppose us ministers 12. Have been received from the to keep the allies from establishing bases closer to the heart key seeded it More than Treasury department by d. H. Phil men which was prob lips chairman of the Mckean Empire. Is i Kab reversing the county War finance committee Over islands hit for fifth Day w"1 win a Tbs Day seems to be the weekend. The figure assigned adm. Chester it. Nimitz yesterday # if much i or if of Young women but Mckean county is $5.200,000, or half reported air raids for the fifth Suc 2r-ested by Esther a million dollars More than the last Jessive Day on both the Kurile and 1 Pace in the lives of 4th War loan which closed in feb Caroline Island chains. Three islands cd Kaen. So let us turn Mary successfully in this county. Were hit in the Buriles. On the cd Jbf of these Quail the task facing the residents and Northern approaches to Tokyo. Fires a att a or the life that Industrial concerns of Bradford and i and explosions were set off at Truk Mckean county in the coming Cam the Central Pacific route to the pain. Stated or. Phillips is the Philippines. Other Central Pacific largest sum of Money Ever asked of targets included by passed Marshall our county or the nation at Large islands and Nauru and Ponape. And will require the United Effort nip ponese armies advanced on and of each and every individual firm East of the Hankow Canton railway i Al 0v Mot then a the history of the ruled the its Dir a a a based the right of so his people at of a tartar the jews former local resident Dies it Page Tiro pc Welcome Tricano Oree of Ami air and Industrial concern purchasing extra Bonds to the fullest extent of to be reached. Their financial ability if our goal is the quota assigned for the popular series a be Quot Bonds for Mckean i county is $1,200,000 for the 5th loan As against $1,043,000 in the recent i 4th War loan an increase of $157,-000. It will be recalled that the final in their southward drive through Central China. One invading column occupied Tinshih and pressed six Miles beyond the Village. The japanese were 35 Miles North of Changsha Hunan provincial capital where the major Battle of the Campaign is expected to be fought. The Eastern flank of the nip ponese push pressed to within 40 Miles of Changsha in a forged one time newspaper Man Here Dies at age of 75 in Dallas Tex. He Bob total purchases of a e Bonds in the last loan just crossed the assigned Drav southward from pm Kiang. Quota closing at $1,065,000, or $22,000 columns halted ethere in the Over the quota. Chinese claimed Nippon a Western Welcome to Bradford National Bank and who Ward Changten. Counter attacking ago and went out to Chicago after Iporre Ilas erred As finance chairman of. 10 land in the Mckean county in the past four War actual military loan drives stated last evening that. _ Hgt a. A pm russians h. Or. Loveland president of the columns were halted in a thrust to Edward f. Mcintyre 75. Who at one time was associated in the Bradford Era. Star and sunday Herald and who also was one of the founders of the old Bradford sunday news died yesterday morning at to of clock at his Home in Dallas. Tex. He is a brother of William d. Mcintyre of 93 Kennedy Street this City. Or. Mcintyre had been in ill health for about a year. He left Bradford some 40 years u. S. Heavies blast invasion coast targets bom her from Italy in smash at twit main rail line Between France and Italy London june 4.�? apr upward of 1,200 american heavy bombers struck Europe again today a some 500 pounding German strongholds along the invasion coast while their comrades from the Mediterranean made a Strong attempt to sever two main rail lines Between France and Italy. Radio installation hit swarms of medium bombers and fighter bombers from Britain kept the thunderous assaults going As for the second straight Day the fortresses and liberators returned from France without loss after saturating defences around Boulogne Arith 1.500 tons of bombs. Spitfire bombers and fighters hammered enemy radio installations along the Northern coast of France this evening and the air ministry announced that More links in the nazi radio Chain had been broken. Between 500 and 750 fifteenth air Force heavy bombers swept up from Southern Italy to attack such vital rail centers As Turin and Genoa the Force hit the Turin Yards the double track mount cents Railroad leading West from Turin to Lyon France the Gad Bridge on the italian Side of the Modane Tunnel through the Alps and tracks near St. Michel on the French Side. Viaduct Bridge blasted other bombers singled out the Riviera line. Bombing a viaduct Southwest of Cannes and the Var River Bridge Southwest of Nice. While other formations hit the Genoa rail Yards and the Recco viaduct to the East. Yards at Novi Legure 25 Miles North of Genoa and the Harbor at Savona 25 Miles West of Genoa also Wert targets. In this seventeenth successive Day of attack for american Light and medium bombers More than 250 of by general Eisenhower or in his name by his political advisor. William Phillips former undersecretary of state. Despite the Strong expressions of displeasure coming from Algiers since the proposed meeting was announced by Church ten Days ago it cast As the Daylight formations i was that there is no Inton thundered out to follow up Royal Tion hit of n a Xii fat or the official policy of keeping arrangement with planes hit fleeing nazis North of City eternal qty liberated by Allied armies in in after fierce Battle through suburbs break into Rome conies 24 Days after powerful combined offensive unleashed Allied Headquarters. Naples june 4.�? apr Allied fifth army troops from the old Anzio beachhead captured historic Rome today after a fierce Battle through suburbs of the eternal City. The Popup of the heart of Rome the first european capital to fall to Allied troops was completed at 9 15 p. Rn., 3 15 p. Rn., Eastern War time As an Allied Force knocked out the last German rearguard unit in front of the Bank of Italy almost within the Shadow of trojans column. To the North of the City warplanes battered at fleeing German transports wrecking or damaging at least 600 motor vehicles As the Allied forces sought to annihilate the remaining nazi divisions in Italy. The huge air wreaked toll of nazi transports on congested roads above Rome indicated the enemy intended no major stand in the ancient City first european capital to be entered by Allied troops. Opposition appeared to be tapering off. Headquarters did not identify the first troops entering Rome. The enemy made it a Battle every foot of the Way through the suburbs into Rome the germans hurled All they had tanks Armor and artillery into fierce fighting to Block the of Fth army Tam Roll at least until they Conia pull out More of their own menaced forces. This break into Rome Center of catholicism and one the seat of the ancient roman Empire came 24 Days after make the trip despite protest from i the allies unleashed a powerful combined offensive of the his Algiers Headquarters that he fifth and eighth armies and 12 Days after fifth army might refuse to go unless assured men the beachhead hurled Forth their Power drive aimed at the capital. French Leader can Deal till Eisenhower on american issues Washington. June 4 Tav Oen Charles de Gaulle is expected Here to carry through his acceptance of prime minister Churchill s invitation to visit London even though no top american official from Washington joins in. Both United states and French diplomatic off trials said today that de Gaulle unquestionably would of american representation. The general. It was Learned accepted the invitation just a or Churchill extended it a without strings As to the United states participation. In the circumstance. American1 expert expected that of this country a views Are called for in the course of the de Gaulle Churchill j conversations they amid be stated i Hitler asserts fight in Italy will continue them ranged along 200 Miles of French coast line. The targets of the fortresses and liberators which with their escort flew out perhaps 1,000 Strong Lay Only 26 Miles from the English Cost. Skies Over the Strait were Over Gernian withdrawn from Rome plan for open City Quot offered if air Force bombers who by night attacked the big chemical Center of Ludwigshafen in Germany objectives along the French Cost and scattered mines in enemy Waters without the lofts of an aircraft. Chinese chunking said drove into the outskirts of Ansing. A a a american trained chinese in / their Bank deposits in both Bradford and Southwest China pushed to within of. A a t. This am Ari. A _ a i it my pc of ten Prutina trim of Van m4. A tills Amer Russia 2 from Italy Junction Mckean county Are now higher than 18 Miles of ten Chung. Primary in Ever before in history and with Emy b8lse flanking the Burma Road in Yunnan province. Continued on Page two Southeast Asia Headquarters announced japanese retreats on both the Northern and Southern extremities in Eastern India. An Allied Luramary declared the situation in Burma showed indications of Quot becoming a dangerous running sore for Japan draining Middletown a june 4.�?</p>�?an away men and Supples. Who rely army Pilot was killed to Nav when for Cement and replacement will grow hitter Ore costly and difficult As Allied h isl it Alton k11 Mountain in Bedford county pressure if mice that Middletown air sender com a review of Allied submarine front firing army Pilot Dies a in Bornean loses Sll of plane a i i Ontai Nino books. Ock took con nand sported. Operations showed they have sunk Tofu books Anny officials Here said the plane. 206 Jap ships Toce first of the year a tags Ltd 1 main p�?~38� was a a a routine flight from i0ppwi in to pver5>on Field Ohio to Newark. Evening j Hen it rammed the Mountain Union _ getting out of the newspaper business. He had been on the Star under or. Barber and on the Era and Herald with David Dennison. His partner in the Bradford news was George Slone. In Chicago or. Mcintyre specialized in producing plays which were Given for various benefits and later he moved into Tulsa okla. Where he is credited Arith being one of the originators of the now famous of and Gas exposition held annually in Tulsa. Or. Mcintyre will be remembered by Bradford residents As the Man who during the Bradford old Home week a number of years ago made up a special train known As the Grace Emery special. On this train continued on Page ten reds kill 1,100 nazis. Blast 30 tanks near Iasi London. Monday. June 5. Upit the russians announced Early today that More than 1,100 germans were killed and 30 enemy tanks knocked out yesterday North of last in Romania where the germans have been attacking for a week without making any appreciable headway. The Midnight russian communique. Broadcast from Moscow and recorded Here by the soviet Monitor indicated no slackening of the fighting. The germans continued to throw in big forces of tanks men. The French National committee for the liberation of France on a military rather than a diplomatic basis the american View of the Churchill de Gaulle meetings is authoritatively summed up in this Way Churchill consulted president Roosevelt before inviting de Gaulle to London but no consideration was Given then to american participation. The president told Churchill Soo Nail vehicles blasted lashing at the nazi columns retreating from Rome Allied fighter bombers destroyed or damaged at least 600 motor vehicles finding excellent targets in congested traffic above the City to Viterbo Lake Brac Cleano and Lake Belsena. Headquarters said. Other planes struck troop concentrations and gun positions. U. S. Heavy bombers 500 to 750 Strong smashed meanwhile at targets on two main rail lines on the French Ithan Frontier. The fighter combers found the Hitler an nazi columns retreating As far North As Viterbo 38 Miles above Rome and Lake Bracciano 50 Miles from the capital. 15,000 prisoners taken the great Roundup of prisoners continued with More than 15,00� now taken by the fifth army eighth army has captured at London. June 4. Evinced tonight in two special communiques a broadcast after Allied troops had liberated Rome a the withdrawal of German troops to the Northwest of the City and said the Adieu had been offered a plan whereby Rome would be regarded As an Quot open City in the first word from the fuel j least 6.000. Five of the 18 German Reris Headquarters in severs i Days divisions engaged in Italy already it was asserted the fight in Italy would continue and that measures continued on Page seven were being taken Quot to Force final vie tory for Germany and her allies. The year of the invasion one methodists Send that he calmly would have no of communique said. Quot will bring Oer my # j cd Hon to a British French Exchange Many s enemies an annihilating de apis Tel on problems of common concern. At the most decisive Kim if Duke and Eldred i Imp Vineler worker to hold i Abor election Pittsburgh. June 4. A a it a about 1,000 production and maintenance employees in 47 pumping stations of the Pennsylvania electric company a Johnstown. Bradford. Of City and Erie divisions will have collective bargaining elections june 14. The National labor relations Board announced. The order to evacuate German troops from the City. It was said. Was intended Quot to prevent the destruction of the German radio said Field marshal Gen. Albert Kesselring had submitted to the Vatican proposals to make Rome an open City with a request that they be conveyed to the allies but that Quot so far no reply has continued on Page two a she Union township two Miles North a he toe Easl 1o. The name of the Pilot who died in the crash will not be released until next of Kin have been. Notified. Pocket a is asked damaged na"29 minutes a acts to Avert recurrence of false invasion Flash be. By hit ail Kun Driver Ion y v or w rom in or a a a ist2?11 on new York. June 4.of a additional safeguards with the Aid and approval of Allied censorship authorities have been put into effect in the London office of the associated press As a result of an erroneous invasion Flash sent saturday inadvertently by an inexperienced girl operator and transmitted Over All a p. News wires. A message today from Robert Bunnell chief of Apps London mrs. A. W. Klinger of 297 Jackson venue reported to the Bradford police saturday night that her car Ujj ked in front of her Home was by a hit and run Driver urday evening shortly before to Bureau said appropriate action had 7? been taken in full consultation with Klinger reported that the the authorities to guarantee Cen continued on its Way after worship control and transmission Ber automobile. Two Hub supervision Over facilities furnishing direct connections Between a s London and new yrs offices. The erroneous Flash saying that believed belonging to the hit a run car were found near the 1 of the Accident. General Eisenhower s Headquarters announced Allied landings in France was sent by a 22-year-old British girl Joan Ellis who had punched it out while practising on a machine not at the time operation. All operators in London Are under a formal written pledge of secrecy and additionally under formal and fully acknowledged instructions not to transmit any copy without the censor s stamp. Thus the Only possible Way for any unauthorised matter to move on the trans Atlantic Channel is a happened in this instance by an operator punching on the teletype tape something having neither editorial nor censorship Sanction. Shortly after trying her hand at punching a practice Flash. Miss Ellis received from the censor the first take of a soviet communique for transmission. She began punching this on the same Perforator tape used in practice but neglected to tear off the practice part before letting the tape no through the transmitter. Consequently the erroneous invasion Flash was received in new York. And immediately transmitted before the a take Quot of russian news came through. A London supervisor. Irene Henshall was the first to detect the mistake and initiate corrective action. The Flash was timed at 4 39 Pew. A note to withhold it was sent two minutes later and London s Quot kill message was transmitted at 4 44. To prevent any recurrence of this almost unbelievable mix up it has been arranged that henceforth copy will be handed by the censor to the a. Traffic supervisor who in turn will make sure that the transmitter is Clear and that no tape is hanging before giving the dispatch to the transmitting operator. Warnings Given operators against practising near live Cable channels have been under scored. Additionally Western Union whose trans Atlantic Cable is used will Check the Reading of each message As it passes through its London office to make certain it actually bears stamp pm cd a passed by Hull spending week at Hershey Hershey a. June 4 in a Secretary of state Hull came Here today for a week s rest but kept in constant touch with his office with a private Telephone line. The Secretary said he has scheduled no conferences during his stay at the $31,000,000 hotel Hershey and planned to spend his time on the putting greens and strolling Over spacious hotel grounds including Scenic Rose gardens. Buffalo. S a. June 4�? Pic Bis hop e d. Richardson of Philadelphia announced today these transfers and appointments in the Genesee conference of the methodist Church at the groups closing session Buffalo District Rev Harry l. Webb. Duke Center. A to Clinton Street Church Lockport Rev. James 8. Fleming Eldred. Pa., to Marilla and Alden. Hornell District Rev Frank White Kanona. To Gaines. Marshland. Pa., and Asaph. A. Rev. W. H. Smith retired Supply to Galeton. A Rev. M. H Holmes. Gaines. a to Kanona. Wheeler and Townville. Olean District Rev. Howard a. Pasel. Scottsville to Duke Center and Knapp Creek. Rev. W s. Slocum. Daleton. A. To Eldred a. Rev. Donald l. Moody Scottsburg. To Shinglehouse. A. Jury fail to agree Pittsburgh. June 4.�?<jp>�?a Federal jury named to try Earl r. Wll a i Ison and William Manold both of Washington a. On charges of violating the motor theft act tailed to agree and was discharged Friday. Child 3, plunges from High chair to death Philadelphia june 4,�? pm Raymond Barone. 3. Leaned Forward in his High chair. The chair tipped Fen against a open bedroom window and Tho Chi i toppled and plunged to the sideway 30 feet below. He was in tally to lured

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