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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - August 8, 1950, Oakland, California WEATHER High fog on coast side and ing mornings wise fair today and little change in westerly winds 10 fo 20 in high today 68, low 52 to 56. 39 ME WIDE UNITED f R 11... C III C A t 0 DAILY KIWI FORE ISI HOME EDITION VOL. It DAILY K AUGUST 8, 1950 15< SUNDAY NO. 39 Fight Carried to Appeal Court Arguments Heard In New to Have Bail Restored Arguments on Harry second attempt in two days lo get out jail were being heard day before ihe Ninth U.S. Circuit Court nf Appeal in petition for a writ of habeas corpus was denied out comment yesterday afternoon by District Judge Dal M. Lem- clearing the way action in the higher court Justices Clifton Ma liam Healy and William Orr were hearing the case They may rule immediately or postpone several days their decision on petition lo be readmitted to The CIO longshore leader's was revoked day by Federal Judge George B. Harris after the government charged he was a poor security risk because of his opposition to U.S. and United Nations tion in FIVE-YEAR SENTENCE Bridges has been sentenced to five years on his conviction for perjury and conspiracy in ing that he was a communist al his 1945 naturalization His in petitioning Circuit Court to set bail ing his charged lhat Judge Harris erred in revoking hail be- Bridges had made no at- to Norman charged flint position on the Korea crisis had been declared under law he is entitled to bail pending his Leonard read the amendment lo member nf Local oy Bridges on a resolution con- cern ing the Korean This proposed peaceful ml I the HIS M a 1 h e meaning was that United wrong in being in and should pull Leonard also referred to position as honorary president of the Maritime of the a branch ol World Federation of Trade which he said Bridge as an Florence 31, of San swam the lish Channel California Girl Swims Channel Chadwick Beats Women's Shirley Drops Our By Aug. Florence San Diego conquered the Channel today in record time hut Shirley May France was forced to give up eight miles off Miss who is 3] and a professional cut the women's record set by Gertrude Warren Lauds Feat Aug. Warren bis congratulations today to Miss Florence Chadwick of San Diego for her record smash ing swim across the think it's n remarkable he said of her IS hour 2H minute another of Ihe greatness of California Wilh a hearty ren voiced an I wasn't wilh be international union tn you refer is a Controlled instrument directed by replied Judge He also political DERATE OVER HAII in She made it in 13 hours 211 mi m i one hour and three mi nut os under Ihe She swam In Dover from Cup im H course nf at least Tl miles and scrambled ashore through sea Thousands of persons lined the white cliffs of Reporters asked Miss Chadwick if she was all Atom Board Aide Blasts Quits Manager Charges Confidence in Chairman Vanishes Aug. Carroll L. Wilson quit as manager of the atomic energy commission with a bias I at A EC Chairman Gordon Dean President Truman accepted the resignation effective next day Wilson followed up with a ment saying he lacked a proper degree of confidence in He said there has been a trend toward the a more direct role in the management of Ihe atomic He said he fears this will result in slow moving administrative machine which incapable of giving the country the kind of direction needed to maintain and increase our ship in the atomic NAMED RECENTLY Dean only recently was pointed chairman of the fi in ember co m miss ion and con- firmed by the In bis letler of resignation to Ihe Wilson did not out what he said were reasons bo hind his de- cision to quit his His duties have been In carry out policies and administrative functions assigned by lhc coin But in his statement Wilson made if perfectly Hear why he I was Ho said Ihc relationship of the general manager find chairman of AKC is intimate and and must be marked H very high degree of con- if Ihe program is to be i administered vely by I lie general as executive regret lhal 1 do not have the decree of confidence in tho man or thr commission which I believe jl is essential that I should have in order to serve him anil the commission in ad- ministering SUFFERS such a relationship the commission cannot properly discharge its heavy burden of re- sponsibility mid the program will mil go forward as it Wilson apparently questioned Dean's experience under- proh YANKS SLUG RED THREAT TO NORTH President Asks New Security Law Measure Would Require Aliens To Give Reports Russ Face New U.N. but 44th Veto Due FLEETS SHELL COAST Aug. By MAX President Truman asked Aug. Aug. United for a lighter espionage faced another United naval forces smashed al and a new law requiring installations with she was expected to strike back able aliens to report where they separate arc and what they arc j Delegates were generally in They hit twice The President said on this as they pre- on Korea's const from the and security to open the second week of of and in Ihe lation is needed because the Korean diplomatic battle yellow Sea nisi imperialism seeks to a session this afternoon of and overthrow free nations by 1 1-nalion Mve American in working within their j Whether the council eluding a So he recommended that Con- or in the Navy's d to be If Russia communis Remedy in laws governing 12 registration of foreign agents and wrangling appeared to be in Battle of Bulge Opens as U.S. Force Slams Commie River Americans Only 10 Miles From Chinju By RUSSELL BRINES Korean troops poured across the Allied River defense barrier in Korea and bulged out two miles eastward on a 2000-yard front General war released al. p.m. Tuesday said the threat from the small across Ihe river neither increased working within their j Whether tho council a heavy the So he recommended that Con- 1'tday or in the Navy's deepest penetration of j remained .to be If waters in a strike al important cast coast rail 15 north nC the 3Hth of foreign agents anci the border between I A Navy spokesman said it was the security of national defense Two five the The had before them ahc first bombardment to one offered hy north of Previously smaller aliens lo report United Stales and one by the had hit just over a bouts and activities nl regular 3MM) WORD MESSAGE In a message ad- Hie Friday Al y s i ii 1i.u y tat in railroad Marines Free Trapped Unit Scale Towering Slash Over Hilltops nor Upwards 9000 were reported on east bank in two river U.S. Eighth Army quarters in Korea said the two bridgeheads were of at U.S. 24th Infantry Division troops under Gen. John E. Church smashed stubborn red force near The U.S. force was scheduled to resume attacks at daylight ATTACK WEDNESDAY Church the North reans there would be wiped out will the capital of Soviet proposal Another asked them lo bo wary of any lion limiting personal The actual conduct of Ihc 's Hut he said the Hill of is not intended prevent tho from maintaining our Nation's integrity against sion Thai the council invite pounded enemy forces and in- why lie thinks China anil red Korea to lake around I In- fer laws and a new law are in U.N. Korean and anchor of the U.N. needed President said CD lhal Hie council call lor an Ihe present immediate end of in The naval force hammered lias been created Ihe rise nf Korea and order the was aided by airplane of Slates and oilier Main target of Ihe naval a rail I The American units were un- der command of Admiral Charles C. of the and that of Ihe we mosl The U.S. proposal condemns Ihe threat oT Ihc Korea for the and to the use their influence lo Despite Flak of i n s I i t u I i n si or at least lo keep il Ihe from President's resolution Seoul and shot up rail yards lo be an lo block al e mosl of the world s One scored several By TOM WITH U.S. IN Marines relieved a company of Ihe Meanwhile Army's Combat Headquarters said the Team that had been trapped by American drive ro- in direction of Korean p.m. The Marines had lo scale valley American troops walls and over rutted were cleaning out isolated tops In complete rescue Ihe American and offensive in The Marine aelion was on Hie made small and extreme southern front east of in near where Ihe if was boated by off on their and pocketing of Ihe jone Army unit for a U.S. The Army broke that up and Ireed cul oil by a red drive on j Army men from the the was supplied tor offensive hnd time by II has and was 10 or 12 ils east of nte city in HMD publican label and push A. everything they can lh Korean invasion ol n i Several measures lo communism and Propaganda pending in said Hie red Korean flak was Those mosl widely known are Observers Feel and accurate by Ihe and Senator News Seoul was also hil by There a general feeling in Ihe planes Nixon i; a l lime commission are rocks are n e over af er -in 11 i U.S. K. Wilson lie the ilm workable requires in opposition ed lo swim j ex shn was only a quarter Also to appear with a milfe had ir s lee and used lo be round the Slates in support of the House to In in Ihe bailie lo cap- Ihe House lure are passed their hill is a that was field u red lire I hut not Marines then moved iulo lo U.S. Illh Army lulls to out Ihe mis said Korean Army Hie road sources reported a red Korean and of possibly 1000 or rille lire harassed but slipped within five able lo hall Ihe How of military traffic westward alonK Hie easl const port front road on Ihe U.S. First Cavalry Division about 70 north of is is 25 south of of Masan and III miles east of on the sea of of Ihe American if puts far behind Allied Americans Batter reports said a At Red Beachhead i Korean force was slipping in behalf was wanted to rest her Wayne she was to In revoking hail last Judge Harris held that allegiance is to the communists end ruled that there was C right to hail pending M L. L IN TELEPHONED THREAT j Oakland police One youth was burned to and another critically injured when car was smashed a call o Mrs C. 44, wife of Thomas nf SHip vard 34, an opponent of 1 one killed was She Vaid shn a nail at nis Harry 642S The injured from a woman is 17, of hnr to tell husband Bridges Picture on Page 3 tn happen to n. 4, Box 1H3. San Thr board of suffered severe burns of both came up wilh a possible fractures of the nose the jaw and other He was taken to and in Hawaii 4000 sucar Hay ward said a semi- quit work for 24 hours in and trailer driven by Karl 17, of 7055 Depot Hay and a truck with sand driven by 42, of were Both trucks were bv flames which for mure 39 alter the The were northbound on Hesperian the was W stopped at Ihe intersection on 25 Russell officers 1fi a left 24 turn tn Russell Road at the 2fi thn other truck was at- 13 tempting to officers 39 The passing truck swerved 25 clipped the bumper of the truck and then crashed 3 the j WHERE TO FIND IT Babies 1 Classified 3 22, 2 Crossword 3 Editorials Financial 't Radio and Chins Vitals Unrip Map World News Front K l' year in the direction of Ihe com- mission as a assuming the direct role of of the SAYS ROLK a the role of the general has greatly from what it was during Ihe first couple ul have serious apprehensions that the ultimate projection of this result .in a slow moving administrative machine which is incapable of li i v i n R the cou n try the kind of direction needed to maintain and increase ow leadership -in the atomic The commission named Ion nmv Wilson's to serve as nut ing general The he but to comply wilh Wilson's to step out from n post he has held since civilians took over the development of atomic 2 Fliers Bail Out Before Jet Crashes fliers bailed out safely as a Navy attack bomber crashed in reported of the designed especially to Uit Daniel Darnell and Copilot Charles K. 27, for makers of the para- from feet when Ihe plane's right engine was torn The plane crashed four miles from Fid wards Air Force The Navy is spending more than on the ment of the assed their Nixon billi There is a that ut the failed lo go will lo This hill among oilier some thai and T IKI fronts register Ihe Ihe i The A or then Aug. Wl II looked lor a as to his own -One was killed antl 12 similar would gel no- 1MI lion in one worn others when a where in this I1 will have to in- warehouse root collapsed Hut Ihe Korean war a proposal lo About 15 firemen were pulling sleam lor some sort of hose into the old when President Truman added a bit roof fell upon ol pressure of his r n No well informed person inside fm the pending of Ihe II N lhal Hundreds of spectators worked is now pending sign do he lo free pulling belore Ihe he at smoldering shingles wilh hare Hy O. KINC hrough tile between and Korean U.S. 24TH DIVISION IN Aug. Fresh American lhc a N o r f li Korean tinM American casualties lor the 24 River southwest ol had lought hallway up an ridge by p.m. por ant by p.m. 11 j in i j i i i as fl n PD v wounded and seven were red 50 s n g M V doms nl and by the 1 of Ihe Maj. K. 2-llh Division had ordered the bridgehead out by tint p.m. heavy acknowledged the Chief Klinck said the not be cleaned out tonight These figures included the Marines and Air Force but the 24th Army Division which had not casualties continued the release About 300 Continued 2, Col. 1 4-l-year- W. started the war j in. 1 1. ls line lo Remedy what he ca led delegate M ln isol in present laws by fc t e the present three-year limit in ol 1 d 11 o who re Ihe ved nsl u cZ I ornen news ADN reported i i in tiun n in 11 iui i JLMI i A i Aug. The keep a a lo h Remnants of Iwo red Korean Kj Strips divisions were fighting in ibis J Church Title From Mother be wiped out troops would walch on Ihe river lo hy stripping vent red from his ner Mile and all royal The Americans advanced more aelion presumably than one mile from jumping because of Ihe queen off Red morlar and small support of the arms fire was of his former The allack was four miles Princess lo Iliad a of Christian OF 3 A Ilial will J L- I Vy I Agents Act. broader SURROUNDED BY POSSE low exists for the t establish security regulations lor n a I i o u s LINK bases andl K. Ihc Aug. A- from U.N. not in duly in Ilir Nor il 10 his he In Rive n wlin killed In Ihn Johnson Denounce Alaska Strike wilh in llu al In- sent in to Moscow Ihe sent note in lo use to lo Ihe telephone one the The of Ihe ity of the United phone company it In the from a While Cily House talk wilh Ihp President In II say lhal the strike nf W will raise her fillers plumbers on hy housing in Alaska is francs Posses led by Ihe of Ihe lold torlay an who three his I two and then lied Ihe Authorises said William formerly of Kt. lasl when a It. accused Harris of oil wilh IS year old Harris showed up al Ihe farm as his and Iwo children were An ensued when Kansler accused Harris of making off wilh his Harris had disappeared from Ihe area last the same day failed lo return The is armed wilh a denly was killed His was wounded and died en route to a Al Ihc height of lhc Elmer walked out of the with 4-year-old Barbara in his took a shot at Nichols and killed his own Icr a bullet through the The slug passed through I her body and wounded Nichols in Ihe wife was shot in the upper part of her Harris forced his wife and 16, a boarder at Ihc into a car with He placed Barbara's body on the seat beside him and apparently to hold the two women as
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