Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 11, 1945 · Page 3
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, March 11, 1945
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TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1948 THREE Copies Of "Look" taken Off Stands :'..?•, ,.->•• ._ •_.;' • - : ~- '•-.• '••••March 20 Issue Picked Up j at Washington Because of Suggestive Pictures •Washington. March;JO (/PY-^-V. S. Attorney Edward H. Curran said today that local distributers of the magazine Look had agreed to Local Yank's Xmas 'Plans Went Awry Cpl. Johu F< S«iiaidt Flew , from England To Help Stop Nazi Offensive • The raid-December offensive launched by the Germans on. the Western Front spoiled -a merry Christinas time for thousands o ,. U , 6I , UM ,,, ^^^ „ ._ American :troops who planned toi^j..^ all-copies of the March 20 •'observe the holiday to the best of {^ug, from'Washington newsstands. • the'ir ability in Ahe. traditional , curran- said his attention had American manner, which included, Ujeejv called to the magazine's dls- wherever It could be had, a gayly pi ay of'-pictures taken In a Miami, decorated tree. : ' " .Fla.,-nightclub of "'scantily dressed The German thrust even reached women." He said he had called in 'all the way across the English b he distributors, the Washington channel to upset well laid Yuletide Ne ws Company, but no charges were plans of thousands of au'borne fi led. '., • ... troops. It caught Cpl. John F.I A reprcsen t a tive of the news com- Schaldt and his buddies oi tne a (in conflrmed that the company Airborne Division decorating a tree I ^ . r ^ movjne copies trom the with an sorts of colorful oddities, m- L t j d asserting. "We are cooperat- cluding the labels from bottles oi mg with Mr curran > s office." Scotch whisYsy. _ _ Times In'New.'York, However, Look Pro- A former employe of^The Times ^ M er ^^ Jager ass ert- *nd Alleganian Compans, VP 1 -!^ « wd definitely are not, banned in • Schaidt wrote in a recenc letter that^ Mhin ton; w » definitely are no Christmas Eve ™B*«t loi "JL ™™ restricting: sales'in any way. How- ttandlng on a cold, d "W wmdsv,ept 1^ ^ wlunteer not to shlp airfield WEnetand waiting to tow^ ^ ^^ c ^ Washington a plane. He was in luli battle dress advarit age of any increased 1 ' -carbines, trench knives, am . =• .. .... ...... munition, 'pockets, loaded witti gre- nades—aU the necessary equipment for killing or being killed. "Knowing that in a matter of hours we would be facing the advancing Germans," he wrote, all thoughts of Christmas were put demand, as a result of this publicity.". - .: Jagor said the picture .display showed "people playing in Miami" and added. "Apparently somebody in Mianii—I don't know wno—put in a beef to Washington." aside. It was a bad night for flying Our pilot said 'these airborne soldiers must be crazy to fly on a night like this.' We were lucky and managed-to clear the trees in time Unfortunately all o£ em- planes were not so lucky and some cf our ooys never saw Christmas dawn break. • • : : . "Over Paris we could see tne ll"hts of the city but dimly through the ceiling of fog. 1 suddenly thought of Christmas: again, of home, carol singing, rmdmght Mass I then hauled out a small bottle of Dubonnet which I had been saving for medicinal purposes only. I drained -it to the last drop. I then felt better and just waited for come e safely but roughly on a frozen field. We were soon throwi in to stop the Germans on the Meu^e river. We accomplished ou - task and then \ve were sent up t the Bastogne sector in Belgiun . where the 101st Airborne Dlvisio WBS cut off and surrounded. Afte : : they were rescued we drove up north in an effort to join the forces dnv ing south, thus trapping the re treating Germans. Then came th •: battle of the bulge' and the Ger . man retreat was turned into counter-attack from the America aide All this action was fought i deep snow and bitter cold. It wa »u experience I'll never forget. W were then moved south into Luxembourg where we joined Patton in his push across the Oder river into the Siegfried Line. -Last week we were pulled out for a much deserved rest and now " -we are licking our wounds and pKf- paring for the next round in Gerr-i many or the Pacific. "We are living in a tent city close ; to the Marne river. But the Ritz Carlton couldn't be better. You've no idea how good a folding cot can feel aXter months in a foxhole. Cpt Schaidt is the husband o Mrs. Sue Schaidt, 24 Washington street. • '" : . • A Polish cpthecary, Ignacy Luk • asiewlcz, devised the first oil lamp S 1852 and then distilled the firs naphtha for use in the lamp from oil. The lamp was constructed So ' him by a locksmith and then use to light the hospital at Lwow, Po ' land, on July 31. 1353 Democrat Edge Cut In Senate Party Holds Slimmest Ma-j ority Since 1931-33 With ;;;•": GOP Appointment :|: Washington, March 10 (/P>— Demo- rats hold their slimmest Senate lajority since the 12nd Congress o£ 1931-33 todai following the ap- 3ointment of a Republican to suc- eed the late Democratic Senator ohn Moses of North Dakota. State Senator Milton R. Young. a farmer, was named last night by Gov. Fred Aandahl to fill Moses' unexpired term, hiking the Repub- ican representation to 40. During the 12nd Congress they held •"> ' 48 seats. :<*v^. ' ... This leaves the Democrats with 55 senators. Senator La Follettc (Prog.-WLsc.) holds the 96th seat. The GOP picked up another seat recently when Senator Hart (R. Conn.) succeeded the late Senator Maloney, Deinocrat. Moses died last Saturday. Young, who wUl serve until the 194G election, has served In the North Dakota State Senate since 1937. layor LaGuarclia Cracks Do-nn On Gambling Acts New York, March 10. (if)— Thir- een men were arrested in the icinity of Madison Square Garden last night following special orders from Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia o crack, down on alleged gambling n the Garden and in nearby taverns and botel lobbies. • All public telephone booth* in the Garden were blocked off and 40 extra detectives and 10 policewomen detailed to the building making a total of 210 on duty. ;.. Restrictions against air markers have been lifted by the War and Navy Departments, with the exception of a strip 150 miles wide inland from the West Coast and Alaska, so that the CAA program for erecting 100,000 markers can begin. ROSENBAUM'S STORK'S NEST . : . . SECOND FLOOR t FREE! 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