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Cumberland News (Newspaper) - January 15, 1945, Cumberland, Maryland T in weather Light Snow. Little change in temperature. 1 the Cumberland news vol. 7�?no. 79 8 pages Cumberland Maryland monday january 15, 1945 direct associated Presa tier Vita five cent nazis abandon belgian positions Carthur forces 22 Miles Inland on Luzon Island lingayen Gulf beachhead now $ Miles wide More Snow today Bureau predicts a continuance of Stormy weather for wide area russians gain is More Miles in Poland drive ready for the take off for Manila attack i by the associated press a mixture of Snow and sleet fell Over most of the Midwest and East yesterday sunday and the weather forecast was that More Snow would a Frost the cake Quot today. Temperatures in the Snow Belt hovered around the freezing Mark except for Sault Ste. Marie where eight below was reported and some parts of new England where the i Mercury ranged Between ten and Nineteen below. Southern temperatures went from forty above in the Carolinas to Miami s sunny seventy six. Louisville ky., reported a High forty two while Memphis tenn., had a Low of thirty three on a generally sunny Day. A heavy Blanket of Snow and sleet overlaid the previous Falls. Five inches fell in Chicago with one to two More inches predicted. The weather Bureau explained that a narrow band of heavy Snow slipped South from Canada to Northern Indiana skirting the great lakes Reg a ions Snow or rain was forecast for Mast of the Midwest. In Middle at lactic states the same mixture was falling As far South As Delaware throughout new York the fall was expected to reach six or seven inches upstate and nine in new York City Snow fell East of the appalachian mountains in Pennsylvania River Imen said the Susquehanna River jammed with ice. Was expected to live its Banks when the latest melt Jed and the pack went on. Super forts hit Formosa Honshu in major raid new device is great help in training fliers strategic Highway Junction captured by James Hutcheson general m cart Hurt a fad quarters. Luzon Mon a a a. Jan. 15 it up it a a thirty mile sex Eru Ian of the United states sixth in beachhead in lingayen Gulf 3 a total of forty five Miles was a ii Meed today by Gen. Douglas . Meantime tank led warheads probing toward Manila Ras de the Agno River on the South Baya bang. Twenty two Miles Aland. The Western Side of the beached was extended Twenty Miles Alto the Road Junction of flaunt in a Swift drive Northwest s re after capture of port Saul. Take Highway Junction on the East flank a sweep of ten pm s took in the important rail and Hway Junction of Damoris. A base capture seals off All japanese he West coastal area from the Lam Highway leading into the Benld mountains including the sum Are philippine capital City of a now believed the seat of Jap Washington. Jan. 14 <41�?sup by James j. Strebig e officials. Erfort resses landed twin blows at. Associated press aviation editor a prime japanese targets on formoso1 a Tuxen. My. Jan. 14-an Amman meant the panics had and the Empire Island o Honshu enormous new device by which an Fiji Quot or Toda it without losing a single one wire flying Boa Crew is Given on two ass in a Mathein i Nunn of their number to enemy action. The ground experience a proximal the Aon Lis the deepest tiler upwards of 100 of the mighty sky ing flight was disclosed today in a # Larajr try nth my Quot Idre Adnau hts in each at demonstration by the Navy at its or my the Central Plains area uck it indicated pouring de testing base Here. I a l re n e two is auction on military and Industrial described officially As the most l Ila about ninety two airline targets in Dayl Erht. Opposition was elaborate and complicated training \ Vrano a weak 10 moderate. Machine Ever attempted tile affair 1 in Fri in oth a main the twentieth air Force in a com-1 was developed from an idea born in a wats j i ? Munique Harp Quot Ald Volt dual the bitter Days of the Battle of eng 7 a a psf in Lluri of was accomplished at Formosa with land when even student airmen. Ii seizure meant an Advance of Good results the twentieth bom were attacked by the germans and nip Miles. Ber command Wheeling Over from j some Means of ground flight Quot was meet stiff resistance China bases to plunge their bombs sorely needed a spokesman said fairly stiff re once More into the strategic link in if Nice was reported in the Hills of the japanese Island to the Phipp inc Arthur Eastern flank but the Pines. Fighter opposition a was Crim unique reported the enemy is unable to concentrate hts forces. The Twenty first bomber com. American warplanes raked the mind. Hustling up from Capuli de Ator might Lencou note except Erlem a tire Island of Luzon heavily Saipan Island struck at the Nagoya i bullets. it might be funding Railroad equipment trucks Industrial area on Honshu but had said t0 compute flight tuition and infield and bivouac areas. To do so with precision instruments work out forum a instant a and Twenty six locomotives and 300 8nd results were not observed. Mod a continuously so that every effect of a a Iglus cars were wiped out in five Erato opposition was in the la sol of controls is reflected inside a is of raids As Well As Mote the 081,1,1 itself an exact duplicate 4 0 motor vehicles and even tanks Craft Manofar tuning Center Macarthur said such operations Quot inst enemy comm u meat ions a him a to ral a Quot a severe limitations on japans Tugi cull hunks approach Gateway to German Silesia i ail he a nah. By w. Vav. Hercher London Jan. 14. Pm russian troops shattered the enemy s War saw Krakow defense line in Poland today forced the Nida River on a thirty seven mile front and drove to within thirty two Miles of Krakow Gateway to German Silesia on the third Day of the red army a greatest Winter offensive. Gaining up to fifteen Miles the russians captured Points within sixty four Miles of Industrial is members of the Feight deck Crew aboard an american Currier prepare in Rem Quot. Ore chocks h id Lesia second in importance Only to my the wheels of a Grumman hellcat As it gets ready to Tak Oft for a Laid on Manila Hie be attacks by. It in Muiir As a a Arsenal the our earlier based aircraft rated the was for our landings on Luzon. Communique announced the seizure of 200 More localities for a three i Dathy a saw Krakow my More americans massacred Highway were Cut in the Mia Sowa Bregi area thirteen Miles Southeast of the mid Way bastion of outflanked Kielce. Ninety three Miles Southwest of Warsaw one soviet column also drove to within nine Miles South of Kielce. Cross Nida River the Nida last big water Barrier before Germany s Oder River. Was crossed on a Broad from Between captured Bregi and now Siegfried line next Stop for fleeing enemy Allied warplanes Blas front line by u n i in Al it i or Paris monday Jan 1> t lie Ltd a or Man armies in Tho belgian salient Weir in full Retreat today reeling Back toward the Siegfried Lino. Heir Linos Brok on and battered by a storm of Hie Omni thousand of a lated warplanes and by pm it wer us ground blows Pari military police medics and others slain while trying to recover dead British occupy four More towns in Burma Jungle by Hal Boyle j no Long columns of military Are five Points. Belgium. Forward in an attack under Southeast Asia command Korczyna at the Nida s Confluence j4. A term at shells Are falling he Brilliant Winter Sun. And steam Headquarters. Kandy Oey with the vib Tula forty two Miles now in a the. Fleifel 0f the dead and lines from the thawing bodies of the Fon Jan 14 u a British troops Northeast of Krakow ancient pol Jive doughboy Crouch inc in wintry a Rolp american military toward Rangoon and Man Ash capital Ivov How Are Eniy a an medics and artillery observers whom Calalay have occupied tour More in the Southern part of Hun 7er troops who murdered the amen German murdered and left in towns in widely scattered areas of Garian annexed Slovakia other so can soldiers iving Frozen in the Snow buried. The Burma Jungle.1 with advanced Viet troops captured the important univ a few Yards away i 11 was j111 another Field last night units in the lower Ohio rim District rail Junction town of los conc i we. To doughboy moving up. Altey dug smashing Forward to a Point about 1 Lucerne sixty Miles Northeast of a is tit la in and it want until Dawn thai thirty Miles from Mandalay South Budapest. And also Pelsor Plesivec. F Flat roads three Miles Southeast Huv it Arnod hrs were sharing Asia headquarter in Noumea fleeing for us in Siegfried i storm of Fin 5 from Allied Warp la urine of flight Witt since the rip in a and r. Ems de bade All a Halabi e Gem inn re were hurled at the unite first army Batten in on Miles from \ Vith. Which hernia v Congo x App my toward t mile beyond. H Bor Hoffa he enemy base once was the Center 1 of the belgian Buist a w As Allied armies i fun Miles from to on the Hie main Row St Vit ii was of Hou in not i Nrma veil blasted thirty seven Miles Northeast of Losoncy forty other localities were of five roads three Miles Southeast of maimed that reconnaissance elements of the first. Is Adolf Hitler la in j iriv cite meets All situations the installation it is too extensive to be called a machine provides every situation that a Pilot Engineer navigator or radio oper or of i Lity to shift men and supplies Ethward to meeting the Manila found yanks. When the american motorized1 patrols reached the Agno River they my the japanese had abandoned that natural defense line reach Strong positions in the Vicinity of strategically i River Crossings at Urbiztondo cd Baya bang respectively qty one and went six Miles by d from the Gulf the patrols came called inferior to nazi machines by Elton t. I a at Oriard or re a War analyst the Paramount importance of c0ldd be eliminated of the Forward part of a Martin pm Mariner flying boat. In addition the instructors can create every possible kind of flight difficulty and the Crew can act to meet it. Great Aid to aviation Comdr. Donald l. Hibbard assistant director of the Navy aeronautics Burdeau special devices division said the development held a Promise for the future of aviation in the possibility that instruments con trois and equipment might be tested i before ase in flight under such re a Bitic conditions that most danger and uncertainty of first flights a five Points with the victims Job this mass atrocity. I spearheads of it Gen Willis taken in this sector As the russians dlvlsl0n 0m Sci . I. Commit of. 61un British fourteenth army it 7�?o a is Hole it turn a Quot in Iron text on toll Rny mid pos a a a k Man salient in Slovakia. Rin Iron Ture of no we hot a a a etched map a so Elt a Milf Advance South gain in Budapest mowed Down Narl reaching Alino. To pm so we in and entered Wetle or. Iru Side wrecked Budapest the More than fifty of Iso men they Ranee of the foxhole dug by pvt of my Itkina Mandau railway russians Tore another 200 blocks lined up in the Fields and mowed he a feel Nolen 3 Durant of a a lip wet it approximately thirty from the enemy s weakening grasp Down with machine guns and pistols combat infantryman a a Miles of it a h and slightly w in the Center of the City seized the were dug out of the covering Snow there Are others around Here Mandalay Kelli or cast rail station in pest yesterday and thus morning. It ii Bing under the Snow said British occupy town took the suburban station of then the a Rev inner Opp. Ifni end Uhn British commando forces which Setner. And the town Gas works. A another 2,500 German and Hun Quot bulk m his s a a this is i Yyi a Wyn by Mybon 12000. ,1, or Wrentt ranuio to a Patch in a sep snap so whits it round Al Tho Field of attend dead stcich.�������. Pm Tiftz seven railway engines., i"ti7 it Quot a a a Chin Doln area of Central Burnt have occupied Ham and Aion Rani w1 is n Steamer station on the West to us Luu muh. In a lying under the Snow said _ ,. To j then the army s inspector Gen Nolen who escaped death himselfv.,l a orca Winch Era and burial squads were driven Only a few hours ago when a Heli l in if of Orr on cop. At Quot a from the scene by masses of �rti1-�?~hit his foxhole and seriously wound a i tin it two mile. Oui East of a. I. A aka the to Toun a 1 nit ent cars and engines j thirty Oil that upon strongly prepared but empty ordnance m this phase of the War Navy officials Esu mated i it ions underscored by recent news from raining time for flying boat Crew. Here were Side suppl it nails irom Battlefront and by debate at reduced about one fourth and toe main roads stoutly constructed Home continued Ort Page s. Col. 4 c Kouts and pillboxes and a whole be russians traditional artillery pm 01 interconnecting trendiest men opened up their new offensive ii ill a out not a sign of a live japanese. In Southern Poland with a than manc Llwyn Bruges across the Riv a had been j do Rous l Marraro that blow open a to 11 Hui 15 univ cell of troyed and thus added to the path for Armor and infantry wage increases by labor Board a Only problem for the continuing Fiew marshal von Rundstedt. Malice. A i pulling his forces Back out of the in. Douglas Macarthur s com ardennes bulge appears at times in unique yesterday said a the enemy to of. More concerned Over remove As yet either unable or unwilling Lar tanks than in evacuating to seriously Challenge our offensive valuable foot troops. A in into the Central Plains German tank loses heavy Tom its head Waters in the Ben both the allies and the germans t mountains the Agno flows Bav it poured quantities of Armor and Ward some thirty Miles across artillery into that Battle German Washington Jan 14 a the Valley until it passes Bayam tank losses have climbed above the labor Board said today that j 1 gang. Then it makes a wide jag too Mark unions whether Independent or , swing no thaid and flows Wiliie there has been no definite i ciliated w Ithael or co. Have Urbiztondo and on into Lin statement of Allied losses in Armor received similarly uniform wage engulf. There is a clue in the disclosure by Adjui menu under web rulings Macarthur troops expanded the an army service in a statement that the tiled statistics on this beachhead shortly after Landing i approximately 3,000 pieces of equip-1 pm int 111 a report marking the end a in. 9 to include the Mouth of the ment Are being destroyed in Europe of its third Vear of activity in the h or and his latest communique each month including 550 tank. Fields of War labor relations and a id the West flank Advance had Secretary of War Stimson has said Wak a stabilization the report was tone southward beyond Aguilar on preliminary reports from the Arden-1prepared by web executive i Rig Liway 13 to the West of the lower nes Battle showed that tank losses Rector Theodore w Kheel. Annoe. Were about six per cent above the breakdown of Kaim a Field dispatches from associated expected monthly attrition rate it a special tabulation of dispute press correspondent Fred Hampson is not Clear whether the 550 month Cash i he holed during the first nine a a ported the Only action involving i by total mentioned represents the month of i944 showed an average fore than Small american patrols expected monthly attrition rate. Wapp adjustment for All Union hich has yet been Concho Nicales in who has Best tanks groups of 5 3 cents an hour Hie e land phase of the Luzon Cam Hie Battle on the Western front a Ivy night in areas Ltd for Independent ugly Ham Ivaon said the dough has stirred argument Over who has jul on want same figure with is on the Day after the first land the Best ordnance particularly the Al Avera a increase 5 6 cent of a ran into a party of 200 Jap tanks and he Cir 51 Briese with a few Light tanks five president Roosevelt in his Mas tit lung its three year existence mile from the beachhead. Continued on pane c col a Vul b Hiu closed approximately 363. A if Lill. J too cases involving about 24 000,000 workers. Most of the cases about 350 Joo. Were the voluntary Type where there was no real argument and web function was merely one of deciding whether proposed pay increases could be allowed under stabilization policies 25 plants seized keel noted labor and management have Given almost Universal compliance to web orders with government seizure of plants to enforce compliance exercised in Only Twenty five instances in the three year period out of 14,000 dispute cases brought to web a the Small number of recalcitrant employers and unions in contrast to the thousands of rulings Given Speaks eloquently for the nations co operation with web operations under the Tri Partite system a Kheel said referring to the equal voice of Public labor and management in braid decisions the report disclosed that As of late october web had a backlog of voluntary cases equivalent to four weeks work and or dispute cases representing about Twenty weeks w Ork. 2.160 freight tanks. Moscow dispatches said the Complete liquidation of the German Garrison in Budapest was a in germans i lighting hard i inside the ruined City the germans were fighting with the fanaticism of the doomed clinging to about fifteen per cent of the hungarian capital in the heart of i the raged for every House and building in cellars and on rooftops. Sometimes solider were hurled to death from atop bundling. And pravda said the germans know they can expect no mercy Quot Nom the russian Shock troops. Soviet troops attacking on the pest Side of the City East of the Danube already were in sight of the River As they dug into the of the i also had reached the Eastern end i however there of the Southern rail Bridge near a a any during the the Northern tip of Csepel Island. I hours x x x damage and t the germans have blown up the1 were Span a a Quot if that is the Way they want to i fight then that Sall right with us i a but lets us fight that Way. Too. A that s rights let s give it to the a bastards a said other doughboy Send word Back Home a if the people Back Home could 1 see this maybe they would Stop their bickering a said pvt. Glenn l Hubbard tall grocery Man from Hannibal. To Quot yes this is the kind of a pro Pagan Day they ought to be isaid sgt. James Warnock. Husky London Jan 14 a score of 28-yeat-old Belton s. Of textile britons were killed in their Homes worker. A maybe if the Folk Back and in the streets and Many others Home could see a few things like were injured or trapped under de this they would t be so sure the bits As a flurry of German a bombs War was nearly Over a i crap hed into Southern England re if the a folks Back Home Quot could by a gently. Here this is what they would see \ nazi radio propagandist said scores of planes scarring the Blue despite artillery and in Jedi begun fire a communique said other unit operating in the i German a bombs kill scores in South England Quot greater Lindon was under Are by Dav and night Quot Hie official British ing Germai Garrison Thev cd in unique stuck to the routine was enemy air last Twenty four a h ies gov. Neely to become congressman today Between the two pronouncements Lay a incident Quot of High drama and poignancy of broken lives in smashed houses stores churches and club. One a bomb struck a House in Southern England recently Only an hour after the birth of a baby there. Charleston. W a. Jan. 14 the building was demolished and a Matthew Mansfield Neely after wreckage crashed Down upon Mother a turbulent four year whirl at b it and baby but both were saved ing chief executive of West Virginia. I these were among the chief Inci is a legislator again Back where dents disclosed he started thirty two years ago As a Church was smashed when a a a freshman Quot in Congress. A both fell in the the Mountain state s Twenty second governor judge Clarence w a sky with White vapor trails in intricate and endless Mauern. A Small country Crossroads Shell cont med on Page 5. Col. 4j dragnet town out for Slayer of sen. Hooper Hank of the Chin Dwin her sixty two airline Miles South South West of kale a Aion is on the Man Dalai Yeu Branch railway six Miles North Northwest of mom a japanese artillery shelled British positions in the Kaladar Calles ten Miles Southeast of Kyau Taw the communique said add inc that chinese troops of the Northern combat area command continued pressing enemy units into a Jungle Polt Ket mid Wax Between to and the Saweli River. Vire raft in i ppm aircraft of the Eastern air command continued to give close support of the forces which landed on Hunters Bay in the my ebon Peninsula on the Burma West coast Headquarters said these forces Aid naval bombardment firm japanese oppo two and half Miles the town of yet positions on High Gri Village the communique sap the commandos landed retreating enemy units that by garrisoned the port of a copied by British troops in opposed amphibious operate tank to Iff n Hilton Iti to of in a the v a by. Landed Nom mid we and Pele or i i Ait to it a been s oath Toni or injured to it her luncheon traction a ply will hurry hued Street. Worn in tues Cut no family Day morning As representative of the while t first West Virginia District. Jackson. Mich. Jan 14 nation wide a dragnet Quot has thrown out by state police for to slaver of state senator Warren it is we Ere taken from the wreck Hooper rim Sigler special Proser and of the number pulled out Tor for the grand jury investigate the new Highway at Hie Only r troops ran Landing threat d River escape by which Retreat from the strict. Aret Xvi i the and coastal Road 4 be Bort River in my the Meadows will take i Row immediately 1 retiring governor n to Washington to be subsequently died de spread along t he store of u killed col. Frank Bullock sees Long Lough War in Hina Burma area strangers in Battle Salt Lake City Utah. Jan 14 4i a police separated two 17 year Olds battling toot ii and Nall on a downtown Street. Hoi questioned Hie youths admitted Ber they were strangers and neither said ors he could remember what started the it or fight. I net seven a smashed their i a woman a Carriage in the fell the Carri blown to atoms carried with slug a bomb Matte houses Al i lit corruption in the Michigan legislature declared today Bigler asserted however that the solution of Michigan s Moat Sensa Siepl another family of tonal political killing May develop Wip a out when a bomb into a Long. Drawn out manhunt. Hooper Rev witness Hie special prosecutor stated that saboteurs wreck German troop train Stockholm. Jan. 14 i nor Louse Wheeling her baby Street. A a bomb Ige and baby Ere but the we Oman est injuries lied a whole Row of an Unes limited Mai of person at one House resolving in and talked cheerfully to men whom they could sept rider the Timber. J i Baltimore Jan 14 up a col Ink w Bullock who has just relied from the China Burma a theater of War. And who has men assigned Here As third service Momand signal officer said today it he believes there is a Long Yah War ahead for american diera in that theater. Colonel Bullock As signal officer the Chi theater was in charge citing up a radio and com Mica Tion systems although hts quarters were at new Delhi a the colonel said that he had cled by plane keep. Amphibious k Camel and on fool through a to the North Burma combat Mand and to chunking supervising the setting up of communications he called the supplying of our troops in that theater Quot Gigantic and often disheartening task Quot complicated by the unbelievable Long distances Between cities and ports in that part of the world colonel Bullock added that although it has been easier this year than last to Supply our troops in that Region since the japs have been pushed Back 300 Miles. American men stationed in the far East Are still eating i rations and any food the country can Supply. Colonel Bullock is a Veteran of thirty years army experience with service in Panama Herto Rico Al Salvador Nicaragua and the United 1 St Tea. Nazi forces blocking Allied drive in North Italy get reinforcements but Sid i Edi r during the in of Days an Allied 7 Rome. Jan 14 to German for <0 be blocking the Allied drive in Northern Italy have been strongly reinforced and today Are Ming Lite one combat party pushed or All Lei with he i Fumi a. Eight i ran into heavy it Northeast of Fin the slope of Vei a afro probed paso but a. Bolstered by d from Norw Tapeni and line forced in cd plied of hit Neath in co ant and Monte grand u t id f a Rofi i i / Sev Hiim Mac eel on the Ai Ger mans have p on t he of i i a to f 1 by in the Puligi both captured a an in Patri sides has been held to a minimum said d to withdraw. Ina tie tee Tor the Deita blushed a Bridge fica Ink of the Benlo Rev Lino area Northeast it . The common Tai the death of h Ooper. A key w it Ness in several Gram d jury cases d priv cd the state of hoopers testimony. Before circuit judge Delaru i i Carr s one Man i grand jury the. Testimony he said could n of be used in court because defer Jdant would have no Opportunity to 1 Eros examine Hoope r the grand jury. Which began it a inquiry two year ago. Has Narne it re in warrants More i than fifty Mei ii. Twenty of whom 1 i have been con vie Ted Many Case have vet to be tried Bigler disclosed police hav re re j revived a flood of tip Coner minis movements of a mysterious Maroon coloured Ai it Mobile the the Lieve carried hot Toper s slaver body i found in a the forty a eat old of by la Tor s Bullet riddled charred body was found in his burning autor Mobile thursday Evn Ning on a lonely stretch of the i ugh Way near a Ping Wirt Midi. The special prosecutor Ai id the killing inquiry primarily Amu continued to lid the last Center eighty minutes of hoc per s life Dur ii in the period Between i arising the r his departure Tate capital f from Home in Albion Midi and the p time i Wegrzn s a Itei irs have wrecked s in i j German troop train by by i Bridge sol Ith of Joel mad on the line Batt a1 to trondle Helm the new re it or mar front i Gen Trinin Gen re sorted today. A held i 1 Twenty air tra in turn bled into a the River Vail Ley Kloc c nazi and ing ref injuring Many others w Hen expo and p Ives Wen p set it cd just a # live train Ever neared to be Bridge. The newspaper Divide House members want to have voice in final treaty making by How kill ii it i r Wash in vacates of ton 14 aking tonight three week de. Aet Trier line to d the Ulm a to in in. R c f sub site to ran to vote of both i Iii Hir h a a a a # n by the fart the Romp or j t hot a a Siut Uttof Nore do k to i. Ide Ca or thro ugh ii Iber of finesse id have c report Ilia a Marrier in of the car Wax seen slaying. To four last Sessio

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