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 - HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Monday, February 12. 1945...
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Monday, February 12. 1945 Shore Hoffmire at Home 55, Cpp more than life Sunday Market street, a bullet into Hill Chief Gardner and Coroner E. Chief Gardner had been in ill of years and death of his Hoifmire, Christ body was nephew, Frank Hill Ameri ana west 1462, Mr. with an Engineers World War I offensive before he three brothers, Todd, all of where Mr. mm mmmmmrnMmmm f AT NAVAL CENTER Gerald (Jack) Bordlemay, S2c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bordlemay, 2711 Jefferson street, is at a Naval Training and Distribution Center in California after spending . a furlough at home. He completed basic training at Bainbridge, Md. The 17 - year - olcl sailor was employed by the Mt. Pleasant Press during civilian life. Millersburg Man Allied Airmen Wreck Nazi To Bolster Lines London, Feb. 12, (IP) A German effort to move men and materiel to bolster Nazi lines sagging under Field Marshal Montgom ery s offensive near Kleve was wrecked yesterday by British and American planes braving hazard' oust flying weather. Aerial attacks destroyed more than 1300 pieces of enemy equipment The Germans trusted to a low cloud cover to aid them in a mass sneak movement but Allied fight ers and fighter bombers operated under or through infrequent breaks in the overcast and broke up the reinforcement attempt. Most of the action was in a tri angle north and east of the Ruhr Before the weather closed in en tirely late yesterday afternoon the airmen had destroyed or damaged 201 railway locomotives, 951 freight cars, 139 motor vehicles and 46 barges. More than half of the locomotives were listed at de finitely destroyed. Many of the enemy trains loaded with frontline supplies were hit while standing on sidings waiting to move under cover of darkness,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 12 Feb 1945, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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