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Fitchburg Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 6, 1951, Fitchburg, Massachusetts to THE WEATHER BOSTON March I for Sunn warmer thU afternoon Clear and not M told tonight Wednesday air and even warmer ESTABLISHED 1838 Vol M f ie FITCHBURG MASS MARCH 6 1951 PAGES FIVE CENTS Red Resistance Fails To Hinder Marines Push Americans Only 11 From V ital Communications Hub the ist fBy American attacking over new fallen mow drove slowly ahead day in central Korea The Chinese Reds resisted bitterly The leathernecks wre ing toward the key cations hub of 15 miles north of recaptured Some nf the marine were 1 1 miles from to con t ra their front I at Gen Mac Arthur another bin Red the third is moving toward the from i northeast Korea tn support Communist 4th field army wan thr fi Indication of ft shift by 3d field He said il was ro of corps p sibly up to 90.000 mtn of an troops the tions resumed ill Unruled 21 the and are tn 000 in Lt Grn Matthew R commander of Allied for -es in tnM news he have plenty men hia But he be I s- irh jm w u nnt i m m nr n t K 1 1 1 w a v that his at ment could stop Fed offensive The ex al spoke of hut 8th s and praised the t he lias received from Gen Ridway to Korea from ington to Lt Gen Wa i t on H Walker who killed i accident north of Seoul in Ridge way an division in Europe in Wor id II On front m six inch the determined Allied push through the valleys across the peninsula eaM of Seoul Units of the marine took Hill three northeast of Tuesday after other punched to points mi north and northwest of the town Monday Reds pumped mortar mnd maich f i re in to the Monday fell back Air reported an estimated directly ahead of the from five to nix north northwest of Mayor Assured Temporary Use Of Alarm System Gamewell Co Officials Say Repairs Can Be Made In Period Of 4 Weeks Union Leaders Johnston t Meet For Peace Talks Mayor Peier J Levanti returned from his conference with the well Co officials in Boston day with assurances that the 60 fire alarm boxes knocked out of sion can all be put back into use on a temporary basts in from three to four weeks 1 In a conference yesterday Kire Alarm Inspector Joseph J son reported that the system could not be put back into working without now cable j When it developed in the conference that new cable not be obtained for at least eight months Fund Campaign For Red Cross Reaches 30 PC War Production of four articles this attrition designed to prove to the which wui general and Asia in major production arena that naked aggression dors not pay 2 Fortifying the western Euro- pean allies under Gen Eisenhower's leadership and under plans still sub- months Mr Stephenson agreed with Cross and its branches have almost By RELMAN MORIN j Associated Press Special pondent Slowed Th's is the critical year for the n D i TIT i- i i great program to the By Bad Weather States the strength of its Drive Chairman Says is J forestall threat of further Com- munist aggression It is critical because the gigantic American matter of in- I tense importance in the chapter Red Solons Ponder Effect On Mobilization ject to great with Visits President T in 1 O W ork Uut Satisfactory Formula ing political differences seeming mainly to boil down to differences o the degree of U S contribution 3 The U S in all categories plus the ing our phi of hemispheric defences Pacific and especially upon the buildup WASHINGTON March 6 delegation irom the United system the mark m the Soviet Union is still for the air forces and the j Labor Policy committee met temporary basis fund drive now in progress j largely in the blueprint stage and UNDER ALL Scouts are sisters is message to American girls from Girl Scout leader Laina Timonen of Helsinki holding Finnish flag U S stars and stripes at and 22 flags of countries where there are Girl Scout troops on table testify to international scope of Gir Finnish Girl Scout Leader Refugee From Red Invasion Says Group Bridges Ocean TVs in substance was the report j according to of the cable experts of thr tele- made today by Frederick C phone verbally submitted campaign chairman announcement I necessarily must remain so for an- other to 12 months lion of the atomic weapons program ui me weapons j T i All this call for tremendous Johnston eco- in the training of numic stabilizer for the By the summer of 1952 power as well as the production of time since the labor chieftains to the mayor The mayor said that it was Contributions totalling 114.055 or rl S said the mavor He said that it was agreed thai during the next few months he made to de- that the cost of restoring the tem on a temporary basis will be comparatively small Mr Stephenson said the advice On the frnn Korean fought log bunker on rid get near Taemi a mountain stronghold from which they were day Four deputies meet for the time today in Paris to try to nut an agenda for future foreign minister talks Two proposed one from and one from the western i arr before the A French spokesman said though the elates could he vf ted into an abie to all Both sides that the But Four talk about a for f and of relieving in bridgo across not been fnr Finnish thf I-a Timonen scouts Founded MI 1910 in IVP Scout Vader from in 3911 Girl told of to the country thr Girl Scout Leaders came under Russian control In 1917 at a meeting last night at the when Finland gained independence termine where new Putnam Girl Scouts came into the open quired so that it may Expressing of Finnish Girl again after Scouts for packages and their organization underground Girl Scouts helping A native of city them through a lime of despair the in Karelia in Eastern part of leader who has learned to in territory now hold by the Kins with a smile Raid Soviet Union Miss Timonen told We Finnish Girl have how she escaped from the city tho meaning of our ing to Helsinki She lost her home ing song that our work world and all her possessions in the wide sian invasion patriotic the Finnish The Finnish leader mourns leader up scouting work with loss of her native city which service to the country mn well is GOO years old Not one nn thr familiar scout ith person remains in Karelia pursuits and skills It has About refugees had to he resettled throughout Finland As an employe of the Finnish government working for the minister of culture Miss Timonen has shared in the task of finding homes for refugees of whom are now resettled It was hardest for tiie old people to start over she said Contrasting American and Finnish Girl Scouting she said that the grams were largely the same but described Finnish camping md out- door life as more primitive Scouting is popular with a tration of in 1949 according Girl nn I parent that Mr Stephenson of goal have boen to restore the injured circuits to reported to date at the chapter first class condition and so held out j headquarters 745 Main street for new cable wherever it was this gives us some en- necessary This kind of a job I cording to Mr would j progress m the past take from two to four months I two davs has been rather slow Mr felt that our immediate ioh shouH Ober stated u The very bad he to the back into the J er of prevented many at earliest possible f j mont mayor said solicitors from canvassing as The desire of inspector addition to this there have the old circuits with modern been an exceptionally large number equipment is understandable but of workers who have been held since there is no way of Betting new cable for months has hack in tho completion of this im- to work with an expert from mnd Co in temporary re- We had hoped that the en- pairs which will restore all of our division would fire alarm boxes to the system Saturday and Sunday and that the branch drives in rounding towns would be well men expect to be breathing more armaments is if there is not other Korea or a major outbreak in Europe But this year is at best only matching stage for mense mobilization effort Briefly here are the an im- at great cost to the broke with the mobilization ad- taxpayer Tne goal in manpower for the armed forces a week ago been set tentatively at by bitting with Johnston at the the summer of 1952 The army's peace talks was Charles target for this coming summer special counsel for major ob- alone is 22 or 23 infantry divisions D- -J L I The dollar cost for purely military President Truman Murphy 1 Maintaining Operation purposes according to the been assigned by the White now quite plainly a campaign of budget report adds up to more House to try to patch up the than for the between the labor Stale Welfare Now Cost Hospital bv this time Ober pointed out that most cable is re- receipts date are from the be installed I division which is the of maintaining soon as if is available He said I which hw the Gamewell engineers halfway mark ir A Day Allowance Is Far Below The Actual Figure At B u r b a n k vision total or of its goal Ne are yet e beyond quota of in this 52 per cent First Marines Bark In States Wait Furloughs Alarm Continued on Labor Pushing Cash Sickness Insurance Plan h t Chin thing has n d ro 1 H w a r mav n f time to av over a into jurh talks iid the the Far Fa s t Ked FRANCISCO March 6 1000 marine veterans of becan ashore today through three of red that from a furlough home 1167 1st division wbn came cheering the Gate yesterday they would be paid and 1 raves by if Tiie promise j from Col L G Miller rr Tiding of m urine barracks it Treasure island in San Francisco hav leathernecks arr veterans battling retreat from Local Hospital Given Approval To Offer Study BOSTON March 6 demand set up a ated cash sickness insurance program brought a charge of socialism today from private insurance J William Brian ger state president nf the CIO opened labor's fight with a For two years now our own commonwealth has failed lo meet the challenge to our of social responsibility the er ir Wrst irrman t f pet miss mi M fml t f the with Korea i retreat Changj n of them training were wounded 400 convalescing j But all were And ail he first returned the marines new Approval of Burbank hospital for pathological anatomy pathology has been re- from the council on medical BOSTON March 6 t by Gov Paul A Dever's all-out support organized labor today launched a new drive for a com- known from j hieh the city received from tele- j business retail division for phone company cable experts j which we have great hopes this helpful but because telephone cable year Mr Ober continued We is different from fire alarm cable this hope because we believe could not hope to get anv the business and professional people cable supplies from of Fitchburg are keenly aware of He thaf he did not dis- great Cross this the statement of the company and wiu give generously when con- by the solicitors in this well organized division Bartow Kelly chapter chairman stated that all chairmen are hopeful of a successful drive He urged the chairmen captains and workers to complete their assignments thoroughly and quickly are optimistic about our chances of meeting the chapter and branch goal despite the current slowdown of the campaign which is causing us great said Mr Kelly We hope that we will have much brighter picture by day when the report lunch will be The report lunch will be held The ceiling of per day which the state legislature put on hospital for state welfare cases is costing the Burbank hospital to a year it was stated today by directing trustee with the an- that he had appealed to local representatives and senators to support House bills 950 and 915 which would increase payments to hospitals A hearing on the bills will be held at the state house day Mr Bullock that the quate cases June 1952 uon and stabilization This figure includes President The labor conferees were Truman's estimate of nearly tary George Meany of for military expenditures j the AFL General Counsel Arthur for the next fiscal year beginning J Goldberg of the CIO George E this July It is only part of the Leighty of the Labor Ex- overall cost however Many more Assn and AL J billions will go mto of the Machinists foreign aid civil defense programs and the whole area of expansion Fla Industry is buckling the of task of spewing out Mid resulted weapons transports and j cause all the t articles needed to put a fighting man in the j will I field and keep him there in action But even with the duction capacities of American in- dustry months will elapse before cause labor cannot control how manpower is to serve in the armed forces and who be engaged in the defense At payment for state welfare s one of causes for the the United States is ready to fight Why? Some of the reasons are physical Shortages in materials I freight cars and so on Also the technical problems of tooling up to Production Continued nn Ten I Capitol meantime a senators considered whit Thursday Raymond rails of the trans- I S S Breckinridge shouting no fear the is here Marines 1 i i I program state fund cash sickness insurance Massachusetts with a Even as the fight opened before I the committee on labor and tries the Senate Republican whip in the Sumner Whittier of j Everett served notice no state fund tut HIT Freed After Sending JO Minnies Locked In Coal Shed In By Companions It the original design education and hospitals Medical Assn and the American Board of Pathology to announcement made by Dr H Judd Sparling who with his wife Dr Seda A Sparling is joint tor of the of pathology at the local hospital t h thu The approval permits the traminn of physicians ir h 1A a 22 t lg is tho result at an inspection of the n the hospital department conducted a1 j year ago The inspection included analysis of all the work in the de- to ascertain ijf it is on a enough level to provide ing for young physicians One student at a time may be of the pair to tie the victim lo ral l local ment of pathology He must be a tree hut none could be located resident physician who has The latter was trussed however and ed his studies in a approved into a nearby coal bin A and has had a year of padlock was then snapped Sometime later the youngster Burbank hospital will appeal In locked in the bin managed In break physicians who plan to do further a window and call for help in anci those who want the year of study in Kennth J Kelley legislative agent for the Massachusetts Federation of Labor claims that less than 50 per cent of the workers are now covered by cash sickness insurance programs The AFL and CIO have joined in demanding a plan patterned after f Continued on Tent it 12.15 p m in Hotel State Police Help Identify Body Of Child RICHMOND Va March 6 Virginia and Massachusetts ties investigated today the ity that a child whose body was found off a principal state highway yesterday was n four-year-old bov missing from Quincy Mass for six weeks or a fiwe and old from Chicopee Mass Capt William Ferrazzi Quincy chief of the missing persons bureau told the Richmond News Leader day boy's general description that of Danny Matson 4 The Matson boy disappeared from his front yard on Jan 19 while his parents ate lunch in their floor apartment Ferrazzi said Danny was haired three feet five inches tall weighed about 40 pounds and wore heavy clothing including ski pants and a heavy leather jacket Boy Continued on Page Ten of training offered a the Brief FlUTTy Of About 4 upon retaliation wa classmate mid WM railroad depot of trio the was art upon and to Co on employe of the coal company the boy shouting and investigated The was released after 10 of imprisonment Police rounded up the trio later in the evening mnd they readily ad- mitted participation in the incident which they blamed on trouble at school The paur aliened to have for Approval nuro I rgr Rehabilitation Plan For Alcoholics Of R 1 PROVIDENCE R I March 6 commission studying the terns of alcoholism today accomplished the kidnapping were mended to Gov Dennis J severely reprimanded Roberts a comprehensive public health Authorities said that if no one gram of prevention treatment and ad heard the youngster he might rehabilitation of been forced to spend Legislation embodying the was to be offered to had a tragic ending Fades After Story From Korea Called Mistake By Mother At Home financial difficulties of many non- profit hospitals He explained that as far as Burbark Ls concerned local welfare cases are paid in full by the tity and in addition the city takes care of any deficit the pital may have He pointed out however thai year the hospital 000 for te and other town and city welfare the rate of per day The actual cost to the pital was per day and if the city received full payment for cases it would have collected 000 instead of In a statement issued by the Hospital Assn it is charged that in when the per day ceiling was established by the legislature the ceiling was then substantially lower than the per day cost as established by the department of health Today with increased cost in materials drugs and labor the state reimbursement ror welfare bears -o close e- to hospital costs in a majority of hospitals in the state The statement says that wages and salaries have increased in cordance with general trend and in some cases have amounted to more than 100 per The change in the minimum fair wage law last year increased payrolls materially in all hospitals The to a week with increased vacations a J sick allowances meam the hiring of at least 25 per cent more help Mr Bullock said that in 1949 the ceiling of per day set by the state le e r nst in the Bu at time anj T uS r j in about all materials drugs and labor since then has increased the ari d Pensioner Asks For Home Small Wild Many arguments for and against the building of a new infirmary have been advanced but here is a new one coming in an appeal from a home in a wilderness of kids It came to The Sentinel in the following To be or not to be is the about the The home owners asson is nuts More abd more people are ting old The menta 1 inst are full and getting fuller because the inly place they have to go The houses are geting er an smaller and the kids are getting and wilder and the old ones are inthe way I wil give my pens lo the city if they let me com lothe new whore iLs quiet an no kida dogs The old Ones wit n pension en be fed with the others pens money I think my daghter is of sending me to Gardner an I dont there i amnot Infirmary on Page might be done about the situation Democrats and Republicans wer to what would b s from the mobilization setup Calling a Senate labor together to hear government Senator Humphrey said tie fate of the whole program hangs in the ance Senator Taft a member of the group told a reporter he thinks a mountain is being made out of a molehill of disagreement manpower controls Taft criticized labor leaders who he said are trying to divide the country into classes v hen should be no classes in the tion effort Humphrey summoned Chairman Cyrus S Ching of the Waze board and Arthur manpower adviser for be- hind closed coors Humphrey said Johnston of the which withdrew from participation in all government mobilization efforts will testify later KEY WEST Fla March 6 Labor's against the mobilization program brought Charles E Wilson here today or a conference with President Truman The defense mobilization director flew in from Fort where his family has been for a talk with President Truman at the White House on this naval sub- marine sLation The United Labor Policy com- has turned thumbs down on Wilson and his mobilization Continued on BULLETINS The family of Freeman lieBlanc of Franklin road had a brief bit of fame this morning through a son serving with the army in Korea but it all turned out to be a mistake Noel 31 a member of a 7th ment tank company told Associated Press Correspondent Jim Becker information on the Fighting Blanca The Sentinel turned up with a reporter and photographer It was all a mistake Mrs LeBlanc explained u she interrupted fast preparations to answer calls In the first place there are only 10 children in the family burden on the hospital that 12 of the 13 LeBlanc children The LeBlancs have a good service are in two boys in the army I record even though it does not seven boys in the navy and three proach the original AP story Be- Noel another son ia in the army and a daughter is a member of the WAC LeBlanc an in the WAC When the story reached New England this things began to happen at the LeBlanc home Button office wanted Another Devens Soldier Victim Of Road Crash MERIDEN Conn March 6 Pvt Robert J Weiss 22 of Astoria L I N Y died early today at Meriden hospital from injuries he received in a collision between a truck and an automobile on the state highway in nearby Berlin The death of Wise brought to four the number of fatalities caused by Soldier aa Dwight D Eisenhower's headquarters day announced the appointment of six Europeans and one American to top posts in the North Atlantic military com- mand From Europe Eisenhower named three British two French and one Italian lo assist him the government and rested today in the murder trial of Oscar Collazo accused of slaying a guard during an attempt to kill President Truman Nov 1 The case is expected to go to a federal court jury nine women and three men tomorrow army today called for 60.000 men from the draft in May Brings the total army requests for draftees to since drafting began last year B Homer president of Bethlehem Steel said today that under the present alignment of the country's allies we can Russia and her in steel by about 5 to 1 LEWES chips collided this morning in shrouded Delaware Bay One of them radioed few minutes later that it probably linking
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