Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1915 Tennessee Will Play in Tourney New York, March 3 OPv— Tcnnes- SPH today accepted a. bid to compete in the National fnvitation bask<".ball tournament at MuciiMtn S'|Ua« Garden, March !7-l8-2t-'2fi. Si, John's and Muhlenbprg wore named earlier, leaving five open The Volunteers, coached by Johnny Mauer, snapped Kfijitciky a U- game win. streak and upset Now York University, 50-4S, in farly- unempioyrr.eiit during the transition period when manufacture™ will be converting from war to peacetime \mxiucUon. H Indicated most iuch "dwemploymenl" would last Jess than 16 weeks. , Union Leaders ' . (Continued Irom Page i) : 'arid between the union ant: the in-; lernatloiuil." • ; ! Pnxluctiou already stopped, Week* ! ler..iald, -includes Sherman taults. 1 Dodge army : iruekj> and B20 euviehi- iblies, Threiitbncff. lie said, was pro- trunk railway yesterday northeast of Koealin and reached the sea. The Soviet communique announced the capture of 80 localities on a SG-mlle arc on both sides of Pollnow and Rummelsbure, but named only five. HecH 17 Miles Kast of Bcljard One of these was Grosd-Peterkau, seven miles east of Rummelsburg and another was Dargcn, nine miles northwest of Bubliiz and H miles Southeast of Kooslin. At, Dargen the Russians were 17 miles east of Bclgard; an important German Stronghold and eight and a half qilles northeast of Gross-Tychow, addition to ttu remnants of '20 German divisions already pocketed ii East Prussia and 30 more hi weston The Soviet communique did : iio mention the East Prussian secto where the Germans, with tliel backs to the sea southwest of Koe nigsberg, are being lashed Iron three sides by powerful Re-ssiai formations which Oie Nazi higl command said totalled five armies Once this Na^i pocket Is crushe the Third White, Russian Army cu hurl its weight against Danzig Eastern approaches. Tte only sector mentioned asld JAineriean Army's 1 (Continued from Page i) We knew the Germans were ahead . After an hour's wait, a shell burst from, nearby and A tank man .shouted: Re-ssian j "That ain't German. There must In- high I American tanks nearby.." The were blazing furiously after being | set afire by tank guns. : . i : We got within 40 (eet of the nearest American tank when a German spandnu gun opened up ahead of us and n British officer almost broke my' neck as he shoved me Into a ditch. . We went on In a trench but had to cross a foot-bridge to reach the Americans. The British, did it so stood up and patrol returned and .report-fnonchalantly that -I .t tanks, obviously Americans-walked across too. • Soon we could see them, outlined but lost to Kentucky in ujJucllon of B20 euBine.i, anti-aircraft site, of another American prison soiison . return game and -a too oowed Temple and /CH-orela TfH-li. They; ducts. reversed live score against Uie Yellow Jnclcets ' ;ind beat thtm again in today's Southeastern conference tournament Miiii-nnals. Irs the'res- Ul;»r Benson the Vol.i had ft i:>-3 win record ' in Moscow's' un-tdistance. rockeus and oiher -war pio- camp. ! usually brief bulletin was central Carrying a red'and white flag., we the town from) Jusc as we made contact with the i Americans, at 3:30 p. m., the Germ- lins laid down a barrage, so there wasn't any of that "HI, chum," stuff. When quiet descended, the officers '', J « B O .„ J, /n «V ls . »J «-.•!*. i, (Continued from Page :) • • - . . : In the Stolp-Gciynla-Danzitj area. 1 ! - Inciuded In ths list of whfr toiir-Ho th* porthuflit. . n«v tX).«lbilHles are Bo'A'liisff Green,; Simultaneously, Berlin said, ele- 1 Valparaiso." Rhode Island S-sie, City jments tit four other -Soviet armies to j Colleicc of New York, iSr* York Un-.jihe wuthwpsl opened nn nil-out as- : Iwrsliy tk-Paul. Kfnuu kv ami jSRUlt tovnrcl the Pomeranian capital Although "no official estimate was (Slovakia, where Col. Gen. Ivan PC-! cut through the fields to meet them yt-t available it was believed thatitrov's Fourth [Ukraine Army cap-' We set out feeling very much sur- clerneius of 20 Nazi divisions wereitured eight localities in slow three- • rounded", Hard but sporadic fighling Thread won't knot if the spool,rcncc idleman, Eileen Duhng, Miss ipiiltd off In the great encirclement mile gains through the mountains',was going on ahead, and many 1 has been allowed to s.iand in hotSPaye Dixon, Albert Schwinabart operation in middle Pomeranla, in'cn a 40-mile Iront. *• ' houses : which Anict shcit'ered'.snipers i paraffin for five minutes. . 'Mrs. Alma Sowers and O. W. Reed Elk Garden Elk Garden, W. Va., .March 3— The American Red Cross drive for Elk District, -with the quota set at $1,000, will get under way. Tuesday, It was announced today. ^Contributions for the past two years have been over-subscribed. Cb'airman G: D. Dick has appointed ;the following solicitors: Elk Mrs Norman, Miss Lucy Colabrese, Miss Alvorda Thomas, Mrs, Joe Ray and S. T. McGee. Oakmont—George Harding,:- Earl 7. ti Garden, Rev. R. 'D. Prince, Prank Burgess, Miss Betty got right to work discussing future Pritts, Albert Junkins, Rev. E. J operations. • Ifiarrick. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parrw . !Mrs. Mildred Schwinabart, Lau- Mrs. William' Butts returned % ier home In Gorman from 1 »— ' al Hospital, Cumberland. Garland Welch; U. a. N., Head, Md.. Ls home on pass. Mr. and Mrs: Stephen Kltrmm',, announced the birth of a dauzh.l. this week: ':.' *™V \ •'Mrs/ G. W. BUFkhaii 1, vlsiibJ at,'"BalUmore. . .'•'.. •_;•••• ^ JSherifT 'James Di.xori,'. Robert ih son..;Carl Watti, Orville .H garner and ' Ervin Thomas thelv physical examination at '„„„ ington for-IndapUon into the Xrmy I KIRE DAMAGES TKTJCK » South End Company No •> rf[> called at 9:50 last night to Vir-ink avenue and Third street, when'i truck motor ignited from a short circuit. The blaze was before firemen arrived. North Carolina ' Tokyo 1! '(Continued from Page c'jmprlsid of.two to 10 and pl.uiM,' respect Jvoly.;" °' Stettin at the mouth of the Oder ! river. -.driving one spearhead intoj i Pyriu, '.22 miles southeast of Berlin's | main port city, and outflanking ! Stettin 45 miles on the northeast by j cutting' the trunk railway to Danzig ! -u a new point near Labes. i 1 , Drive Appears Aimed at Ki.lberfi- : The raids <>t the B-2t).s nn* an-: aided '-by Marine invasion n! TM-D The - reported Soviet advance to Island 750 r'ulles --souUi of Tof, o.' Uibes, «--.mUeji' souihwe.'it of 1m-; tluw bloulng otiii-'.-ft-hiit hud bfen I perilled K(>esUn, represented a 26- . *. warning stiitlr.n for thf enemy. jmile udvancc frcim previous Russian j Last simiiay's raid, ma/^ at n' positions ; and appeared aimed at j time whRti the Marine invasion ot.KolbPrg. site, of an American prison • 1 wo was a ver-k old. WHS one of thujcamp on the Baltic 35 miles to the; mci!.t eilectivc to 'dair on Tokyo. | north. "• | The bombarfllcK Atniiit; out their' : Another '-probable target of the ; expl'ttivcs' frf'iri a [win!- j'in-cas' of Internicdiiile Red Army sweep across j the Emperor 1 .?- palace. »il ihe'way '.o r Pomentnia wd-s Swlnemuende. yuar- i the 'AAU'riront. ; •i'Du-y bninbi-v br.dlan city of -the seu gate connecting i because, of a suo\v sturni. : the 1 Bal'.U:.' : with Slettiner Haff. the 'big, bay leadins to Stettin's docks. jSwinemuende Is SB miles northwest ioi" tabt'S. : : ' .; . •'-. I None of -"the German-reported I Russian advances were yet, conlirm- . various services, in'locai. .--liUc- andted by the ; Soviet hlgli command fi;der;tl government and In uthor «c- --which had clamped a security black- tivlnt-.s that- niafee !up our national 'out 'on the movements of its troops. HJo. .Moscow dLspatclicB said German "This volume of employment jcommunicatiptw wtre hopelessly IT VA i 3fi.noiU)oo (Continued from i) must nccesjarily depend upon a lavorablo rcoiiomic .climate, upon snarled in many ateas by the swift- > ness of '.the Soviet drives. hovv quickly the. government lifts I Premier Stiilin announced the fair llji ban on reconversion, and upon; of Pollnow and RurnmclsburR in en a national confidence shared by all ! order of .the day. 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