St Ambrose Fire - all 8 victims identified here. Cumberland Evening Times, Dec 29, 1944

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St Ambrose Fire  - all 8 victims identified here.  Cumberland Evening Times, Dec 29, 1944 - Victims Of Chiirch Fire Mounts To 8 Seven...
Victims Of Chiirch Fire Mounts To 8 Seven Others Perished iii Biaze at Baltimore Parish Hall December 6 Mrs. Emma Sachs, «;_ Mrs. Anna K. Steckmeyer, 62; John C. Sulll- Baltimore, Dec. 29. (*•}—The death today of another woman at Union Memorial Hospital Increased to eight the total deaths as a, result of the fire which swept through e St. Ambrose Catholic parish ll durlnc a card and bingo party e night of Dec. 8. . Mrs. Amlnee C. Woodward, 73, of Baltimore, was .the latest victim. Her daughter, Laura, 43, died at the West Baittaore ' General Hospital the night after the fire. In all, six women were victims. The other two were men. At least a third of the approxi- mutely 300 persons who crowded on, the hall were burned or injured in the rush for the doors. Some stil are in hospitals. • < The other victims, besides the Woodwards, included Mrs. Ada Nix- Mrs. Rosa Poessnecker, van,. 63; and John H, Meyer, 66. reei Santa Cherry Pointi N.-.C./Dec. 29- *.. Rushing.out on'the runway (o greet Sarjta Glaus, Owen" Penick, 9-year- bld son of Captain, and Mrs. Herbert Herbert "M-." Penick, was killed instantly at'the Marine base here Christinas . He'was struck .by the wing tip of Santa's plane. ."He will'be buried at : . Caonvnie,..' MoV. home .of ^is parents.,-' v.-" '.-'•.! . 5,000 Youth* To Enter, Mexican Army Monday '.Mexico; Oily, Dec. 29. c/P)—Five thousand youths, representing half the draftees of the class of 1926, will'enter the army on January li for a'year's training, the War Department Department announced today. • An equal number from the class of .1925 obtained releases December 15. After the Russian revolution, typhus killed about 3,000,000 people.

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times29 Dec 1944, FriPage 10

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)29 Dec 1944, FriPage 10
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