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Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 21, 1950, Williamsport, Pennsylvania Nearly a Century and a Half of Service to the Community Year No 170 30 Pages M PoM Pa Friday Morning July 21 1950 Associated Press Wire Service Five Cents Falls in Fierce Fight Organized Marine East German Reds Renounce Intel Probe Into Death new world war Overhead was an display of Soviet aviation A flight of about 60 Russian ers roared over the American sector at 3 000 feet The incident may been only a training maneuver but flying over Berlin is contrary to Power While the little Germans talked big at their most Com munist Party convention the eves of most Western observers were WASHINGTON AP The Marine Corps announced yesterday it was calling all organized reserve ground nits to active duty Officials said these reserves totalled about denounced United States officers and enlisted men I in Korea and pledged The Navy summoned several air reserve units said by of- to total officers and men The Army Issued an to a number of Regular combat teams around the country to get ready to move to the Far New m t f Swiftly seizing on the new flf granted by President Itl I man to order up reserves VI Marine Corps announced All organized Marine reserve I ground units are being called to active duty And an official added that the call is now going out State P o 1 i ejs and District At- honored The Mannes made a series of tornev Lee B Lansberry con- somewhat conflicting the questioning of K orm ments during the dav This Ernest H Maggs 35 of Antes silently in fusion apparently resulted circumstances o t reluctance to risk going too far the death Wednesday carman spokesman said the under new security orders issued f father spokesman said the last week troop M Buss 57 also of Antes Fort ments m the United States M Buss also of Antes Fort lv use this to discuss First a corps spokesman said Maggs was held for the second all pending political questions reserve units had been night m the County Jail on an ing from the present fled they will be called up within open charge pending the outcome This suggested the first full-scale 10 days Then came word that of the investigation of the Cominform the all organized reserve ground units An performed Communist told tu be ready to go on on Buss The illation that held are beins studied Dr clarence R somewhere In less two hours later the coroner said last was G call to active was made to East ganda chief Gerhart Eisler He refused to the questions of its reserve will be ordered to admitted the man in an ha bp Early active dutv involuntarily for at altercation he said followed m the convention had least a week or 10 davs 9 call from his wife that Buss he Korean war and threatening her Titoism of Buss was alive when later communism sponsored hv T Troops Pull tor New 1 Line Four Miles Southeast TOKYO Friday AP US troops have pulled out of Taejon and have taken up defense positions four miles to the southeast General announced today A communique said the 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Communist of the and Robert B Gorman Ansonia Soldier Reported Missing The first Soviet Union and the d ringmaster promised to East German officials confirmed hat nil countries are weeks Andrei had nf a a House to interrupted a vacation In check m r of to be here un Leopold mav get in th and start an in- the for plant to flv t ind foi the next two him and his son Prince Baud Ii la i is dp Ipd in in at n i f hit lei n ss i UPS If hatfd fit 10 in and in pi T p This thing n t fun lied grow i P nu i P uil Hi mi f t i and I i p l 1 f ion N it i is up m im t IPI Be and of some plies Gillette an Iowa Democrat Is of an Agriculture sub- Calls on In Korea Talks the said Of the war to be reported in The Cominform leaders whl Most units have World War II this is that of Pfc Richard make their public speeches planes but some have later A Confer son of Mr and Mrs in a climax The squadrons are designated as Confer of Ansonia reported to the party convention s empowered to fighter attack patrol m action since Wednesday Up for a mass Thc composite and lighter than air 5 demonstration in the I held a hearing on MOSCOW The The Army said Confer who is 19 was serving Square to hear the foreign in the couise Ei announced that Amhas Several combat and infantry n Korea speak units from each of the six areas in addition to those on Tan 3 1940 and was sent over announced have been alerted Theip S no msUf.cat.on The P statement said Boost Bank Insurance fll t 111 I NN It lull UN lls hi SUN I IMPS Thf i i 11 mis s I i IP i rv T s- di NI i 11 UK n i n i i 1 tI I i i HI s 1 h IM s SIN hi pa f I u n 1 f siii past it T i n i d i mini T n Mi i N d t it i h t ndN in i rl i in i i l is ind is i 11 I i I s it n K t P i i L i MI til P i N IF if in i t i i t i I I t I N I Ilk 1 I I N I rd I h H T N il s l n s i iris in and TN u til 1 UPS ud I p s NN u i i r I t d t s s1 i f N i t H t i -u h di i ffi l ni s I T ton is TII l In i i t np 1 I Tl -U U d 1 II NN I 1 r f until i I lit iml I HI IIP hi ut t i I u s i i n i i f f t h V U 1 is n n tth of 1 tti it st nil Iii a I hp n f t It IIP si N i t d nu i i i i t I I S NN i ii Id be p Pi in the n nff fpp re- f i mi I- P N TS II Mil In 1 1 1 i t k ltd t P r i f ti u n i f I fN tl e tu U K i ft in I il s nl i r for movement near future seas m April 1949 to the Far East Command Recent Marine Corps figures a total of 128000 reserves the corps hut the bulk of these Potatoes by Government Rees Raps Buying of House Passes to of which Senator Lehman vid r Sir id called on Lib N appearing as a witness Soviet declared Andrei A last soever for the price increases of the call uas to the last few weeks It is a to the communication n in i r t H JS Nf II l ind king 1 M U nrd m k nei il i i s dp i list r it i in nat h t t 1 S Itl 1 1 1 1 i n f t i h i I N h nth K i u 1 u d NI un n H H K M s f v s t isk fir e 1 1 s II sp f t i j nt WASHINGTON AP The rible thing to foist price increases to which Pimp M mster Attlee sion of tin H us and passed a Senate- on the consuming public made in his nent p h are not on an organized J increasing insurance plenty of Pood basis WASHINGTON AP of bank accounts from Lehman hat n ns hp w kne th s U d n told the House to The Senate must HOpIe n his radio Kelh has been at SoNiet T e ut ie 1 that the consider House amendments that theie is plenty of Pr sf MI n ported to be dumping the new m this including sugar un up n tnr potato crop the Army and The House passed the bv a and other basic of diet AMlee told the nf Com- letuin to i s on are potatoes at vote after knocking out MI Truman pleaded with m i that thp Hus Kinp PHILADELPHIA API Four prices to 40 for the Federal ers not to force prices up bv had rejected a Butish r nu t NP n the Peds he PN NN t II N I I i in IN nnd v n m 7 i inch orket si f tl e flc ter T 1 thp hill id s N n 11 i v un s Three Mishaps Reported in Area n P L in 4 State Marine Units Those Called l 11 SN Tie P i Ron ncv i i v Y N j it 11 ted TI accident n n i IPS east of i i organized Marine Corps resene H added m a House speech to foodstuffs units in will federal funds also are being among those called up for used to potatoes for veterans duty under s directive hospitals while other federal is to pav for new S Col E S Laue director of the Fourth Marine Corps Reserve Dis- potatoes that ire destroyed said the 1 600 members of HP suggested a plan be worked for use of the potatoes spend ed in tented quarters No Calls Received Yet nut the four units have been told to get ready Laue heads the reserve may hp an covering By Local Reserve Units il V for a his commits nn in- to thp soaring costs of filling a n market basket has her n a and unreasonable rise since the start of thp WTT said in with np f tf u If to nu tna Coll nist Ch m his A1 ut Break in Hot Weather Arrives HI on riute a Bernard cil Tue So al Cht s TS ahead of us un affected ate HIT the Sixth AP Rpp delphia First MM Howitzer n R Pa said there arp as sna blunder j lm nr China must be admitted to I Nations in action could be i UP so al taken on the Korea fighting 198 N ites IPP marie it clear that the British the i ut the subject hf d National Guard have not received pi ices show aie of 110 lhan ln f nt s federal orders nor haNp been pf ople Hint p i s to exact BIJt MAKES PROMT i in ship Ti t NI t p in i f 4 i i NI It 1 t 1 Tl Mi it t H i din 1 he N 1 in Square ii f i i w ere lv been i ii e Da nage o negligible J II It S Battalion Philadelphia pnnv Reading and D B Con- it was reported last an President Ti u i Nailing n PP he n r n th s Korean r defense t i re p r in PI n ne MI mt T p f t I M H AMi AP v P d 11 i Kns t In s u v i i ible 1 i i f s i i rv Rath in Better Shape To Handle Emergency AP ThP As o Railroads said the industry is in bettor to a national emergenc situation than it when World War I Nothing that the that fared and ne in the cast defense s a e still fresh in n ind AAR T Fat cv asserted in n statement The NN stepped up the v h IP termo if ra po are kn and i need sh u d arise nn he ap p led ana n with nent and shipper operation YESTERDAY'S SCORES LEAGUE at Scranton st Elmira at Hartford rain Utica 3 Wilkes 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE 6 t 5 mr 3 a 2 Chicago Bosto i ram Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 10 Philadelphia 8 Boston at Chicago rain Cincinnati 3 6 Brooklyn 1 2 New York 13 St Louis 3 f Republic p IP announced pn 1 rn I a t i i I P pr Id s PP F1 P SIX VPTI UN f I It PS NN PII U d hf t f i n Vs the NTS inn un M pnt thf i t h P n t s NV i n f IIP t v T I IANI r Pt n P f TI IP NT n t i t u p t PP tf i i i N 11 i t PIN P i I d s s N i ti il V f d t t h p 11 i i N h hut H Td n i i IN i it I i t u i I s N IT i i O ndp -T PI I N 1 I I I 1 1 I t I 1 1 It II 1 I N I 1 I T 1 I t n H 10 i clock i T t di en I I 1 I 1 I i I i i i I I TS tun a n d a C PS i r N TS i e a 1 Hit Kim Id pi County Chairman Calls for Unified Campaign in Fall Election nl 1 f lv hPS i m i i T n d n I n n The Weather AK n I Tl d T T ts l it i d I n MS Ie N IMP if I i pub n i pfr rts n t 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