Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past – Week of April 20, 1945
Reds 7 Miles From Berlin- Germany on Razor Edge of Disaster
Goebbels Murderous Battle At Gates of Berlin, Nazi Radio Blares
World’s Greatest Tank Battles Rage as Russian Troops Batter Through German Lines in Twin Drive for Capital

Erie Co. Schools Break Relations With Corry High
Corry Senior High school was suspended Wednesday evening from all participation in sports with other high schools in Erie county as a result of charges filed by other coaches against Head Coach Jack Tinson and his subordinate coaches.

Mothproofing Cleaning Featured Service of Bloomquist Cleaners
When you are planning to store any woolens for the summer, be sure they are protected against moth damage. You can be sure of such protection if you have your garments cleaned at the Bloomquist Cleaners.

Dine at the New Thomson Hotel
Main Dining Room for large parties
Private Dining Rooms
Coffee Shop Open Night and Day

Second Kane Man Freed From Nazis
Pvt Carl R Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E Carlson, of 315 Janeway Street, has been liberated from a Nazi prisoner of war camp, according to a letter received today from him by his parents today.

Captured Kane Man Freed, In Hospital
Sgt Wallace Thayer, reported missing in action on March 29, and later reported safe, is in allied hands and hospitalized, according to a war department message received here today by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thayer of Bayard street.

Badly Wounded Kane Man Home for 30 Days
Pfc Conrad Magnuson, who stood guard for the late President at Casablanca and participated in the initial invasion of North Africa and the subsequent invasions of Sicily and Italy, has arrived from the Halloran hospital in New York to spend thirty days at his home on Jo Jo Road.

Former Kane High Athlete Killed In War Action
Warren Erickson, 29, son of Mr. And Mrs. Otto Erickson of Erie, formerly of Kane, was killed in action in Germany, March 30, it was revealed here today.

Mrs. Paul Sallack Gets Husband’s Purple Heart
Mrs. Paul Sallack of 219 Hacker Street has received the Purple Heart which was awarded to her husband for wounds, received in action on March 4, in Germany.

Nazi Atrocities Verified By Eight U.S. Congressmen
Gruesome Exhibits At Nazi Horror Camp
German civilians refused to believe tales of bestiality practiced at the Nazi horror camp at Buchenwald, near Welmar.