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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 15, 1953, Oakland, California Map 35 Fair today Thursday some high Thursday Little t change in la tu re Westerly afternoon High tribune night 44 ASSOCIATES W I P B ESS C H I C A 60 DAILY NEWS FOREIGN SERVICE HOME EDITION VOL DAILY E OAKLAND CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1953 SUNDAY NO 105 Coakley Suspect Principals in Not Retum In Chester Gaming Row To Live Here Question Councilmen Over Rumors of Payoff AH principals in Oakland's WASHINGTON April Movie Comedian Charlie Chaplin has surrendered his U.S permit cating he does not intend to re- sume residence in this country The action was announced day by the Justice Department oy me justice Department r tv c campaign mw over rho department last year posted rumors of gambling payoffs were J a stop order against Chap in at Kidnaper Linked Jo Plumas Killings Hunt on for An ex-convict sought in a bi- zarre Southern California Byrd Blasts War Planning One Tragic Mistake After Says Solon at Ammo Probe WASHINGTON April explanations ot how was identified today as Washington handled Korean UL wiled for hc suspect n the Chester munition problems moved sacre of Guard Young and j ator Byrd D today to de- clare There has just been ore tragic mistake after another He said Defense Department in- to the Army amounted to a slowdown Byrd's outburst about tragic mistakes came after he and other J frank i M it i i to Europe on a visit into n full-fledged in- That by former Ally Gen James P acted immediately requires that the actor a formal request to re-examination upon for a Grand Jury inquiry his return to establish hi unanimously by thn City Council yesterday States re- to the United High on his list arc City Chaplin was admitted as an M Grant and alien for permanent residence in Grant's mayoralty c n m p n i A n and had a multi- manager Richard L million dollar career in the They were the first to broadcast Hollywood movie world reports of a resurgence of Shortly alter ho and his gambling here and n payoff ily went to Europe for a visit last summer Attorney General questioned his right to return said his action was public charges Chaplin with tn a high public official WITNESSES to be called Mayor Clifford E who demanded an Inquiry after re- ports of political meeting by Grant and G rod in reached him City Manager John F whu has already initiated an in- tinder instructions from the City Council j police Chief Lester j belling arid three key members of his department Capt Anthony Bolder Plummer Patrolman Joel Taylor ing on Grant's Bolder three children last October 10 Plumas County Sheriff Melvin II Schooler said that missing Jack Sunto 51 an ex-convict with n record back to 1924 is a suspect in our case Schooler would add only that Santo was in Chester the day Young hrs two daughters and a neighbor boy were bludgeoned to death anci stuffed into the trunk of his car Missing was in cash Young was taking from to Chester ta cash loggers checks He It is beginning to look interesting LATEST EXPLOIT members of a special Armed Services Subcommittee had heard testimony from Gen Jiam O retired that munition was slow also said it took thing like a month to get grams approved by the office of the of defense After you submitted a report to the secretary of Santo's latest exploit is bo- moral by Burbank police to be Chaplin at the time that the kidnaping last night of he had his return reservations tcr M Shorter 43 who in 1938 Byrd asked in an amazed tone would certainly come back went to San for a it took 30 days tu get of student rooming house in Berkeley On the average Rceder The kidnaping said lowing the murder of a MISTAKES mother-in-law of a gambling ure has all the sensation and to the United States Stock in Panic LOS April Army medical carry sick and wounded com- munist prisoners from em LST at Pusan in South Korea AP Wirephoto vU radio from aher they were brought from Chejudo Island on the first leg ol their trip to repatriation at There has just been one tragic mistake after in this area are un- loading their stock and taking and Taylor raided a great losses says the general gambling manager of the Los Angeles I March 13 but found no Union Stockyards i evidence of law violation Charles told newsmen was out of town at the time a panic situation exists subsequently received a report among cattlemen here and many lot them are going broke He said despite sliding prices cattlemen 1 t CU VUI Cl terror o a gangland take cm th b to up Q nf thr for a ride escapade of the days Earlier Byrd said it appeared on the raid from Grant William V Peekaboo private detective hired their stock to market by Grant to check suspicious the spring drought has Chinatown establishments CAMPAIGN ISSUE noted that all nine soaring have been mentioned in what I left little suitable grazing range and commercial feed prices are Marches by What we learn from these in witnesses will guide future Coakley said The list is not complete and it does that anyone on it is under Sonar School here strikes At this point we John Philip Sousa the music is played KEY WEST Fla April ID the Navy band at the seeking information only The district attorney em- that he Is nnt interested in any political implications Certain statements have been John Philip Sousa But Seaman Apprentice John Philip Sousa says he is no tion to the famed composer and for thn made that indicate possibility law he said We tend to chock statements ra determine whether uncle named Philip the Continued 12 Col 1 seaman explained So They Say ASTOR questioned again her famous jibe nt ator McCarthy I didn't want to poison him I think McCarthy will hang himself RKP SHORT R MO told col- We must not leave Korea di- vided A compromise would just postpone the evil day of reckoning Krench Foreign Minister plugged for the Euro- pean They Western Europeans fuel I feel that the old structure was nnt good enough They have known as I have known the clangers of the old house They want tn build a new one MRS ADRA LONG injured Berkeley stewardess whose forts led to the rescue of 19 on the downed told I just couldn't stand it there nny longer 1 had to sec if I couldn't get out and get some help Inside Pages Oakland High swimming pool approved Page 4 Mass resignations hinted in Dr Astin ouster Page 3 Kiss of Death wife in court Page 8 Bridges union extends hand to Bryson's Page 8 Heroic rescuers bring out 19 I of Cascades crash Page 12 Civil Service Board tn review mental stability cases Page 9 Column Tops Dally won't help to cluck when Asteroid 1953 EA comes Page 23 On Second racing on TV Page 38 THE NEWS METER WHOLE WORLD'S JITTERY When people say that you're neurotic To worry would be idiotic A complex and a bit of tension Are matters ol mere convention BURROUGHS the informer as no- under Defense instructions which t- the Red Convoy of Sick POWs Spotted Chinese U N Shio III 1C I I W I I I I lice sought a break in the sald amounted to a slow Police waited tensely today for down and word as to fate ONE OF FIVE QUESTIONED Shorter one of five men Byrd's reaction came after Lt j Gen George H Decker Army comptroller told senators each budget since the war be- and released three carried with U a directive ago in the Burbank slaying of Mrs Mabel Monahan that the military chiefs for budgetary purposes only were was at gunpoint assume the war would be a rooming house hc owns by the following June 30 Troops Force 750 Communists To Quit Vessel By GEORGE SWEERS PUSAN April 750 disabled Chinese communist Supply Trucks Roll Safe to Front On ROW Route downtown Los Angeles His wife told police two men to the door and forced Shorter into a writing car which quickly sped away At the outset this today staged a budgeting figures were based aboard a the assumption it would be over in six months or so in ship which brought them years that it would be here on the first leg of a journey Informed ol Shorter s over ln 12 months of to Panmunjom for repatriation ing Burbank Police Chief ycar beginning 1 n Andrews Byid insisted the directive I'm afraid they'll kill him amounted in a fact to a policy e isn't already dead the conduct of the im at noon to get out of town war And Decker said it had he him or they'd kill him SHERIFF'S COMMENT Even before he knew details of the kidnaping Sheriff Schooler Santo is on the lam If he kidnaped somebody it was to get rid of them to keep them from talking George H Brereton director of the State Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation said that Santo had been in the Chester case Agents of tlK bureau who have worked continuously on the Young murders since their brutality shocked the Nation six months ago were not satisfied with Santo's alibi but didn't have sufficient information to break it STILL SUSPECT Brereton said that Santo still is considered a suspect He said Santo and a woman companion had been in the Chester area ostensibly on a hunting trip While none of the others linked with Santo in the Continued 12 Col 5 played a major part in the munition shortage MAIN WITNESS was the main witness as a Senate Armed Services Sub- committee resumed hearings on Korean ammunition shortages as reported from the field Decker said the directive first came to the Army from Gen George C Marshall Secretary of Defense in 1950 and a similar di- rective had been handed down during the time that Robert A was Secretary of Defense INCHON LANDING He testified that after the In- chon landing in September 1950 of the Army Pace issued instructions for the Army to be careful about committing its money in order not to be embarrassed by a sudden end to the fighting Byrd once referred to this di- rective as a slowdown and then If you say the war will end on a date it is more or less a directive to with procurement and procurement is vital to fighting a war Isn't that It certainly Decker said WHERE TO FIND IT IN TODAY'S TRIBUNE Calendar of Events 21 Centennial Pages M-l to Classified 25 Close to Comics Crossword Puzzle 33 Day Shift 4 Dr Alvarez 44 Fat Boy IB Financial 34 35 Gardens Ily Gardner M-10 Music Reviews 18 News to Servicemen Radio and TV Riesel 17 Story of Your Town 16 Society and Clubs Sports 38 Theaters Theater Reviews 18 Uncle Vitals 33 Weather 35 Weather Map 35 World News Front 3 J 94 Wetbacks Seized in Alameda County Raids CENTERVILLE U.S immigration April officers and Alameda County sheriff's ties nabbed 94 Mexican Nationals suspected of illegal entry into the United States in a sweep through the southern Alameda County night agricultural area last Raids lasting from 9 p.m to midnight were made in five com- Niles ington Alvarado and Newark The round-up was one of the biggest in recent years 19 Wetbacks caught were load d in busses and station wagons and taken to Santa Rite tion Center to await proceedings by immigration authorities to re- turn them to Mexico About 19 escaped the raiders at a labor camp on the Williams Ranch at Irvington by battering a four-foot hole in the board at the rear of their house and scattering in the ness Reserve Deputy Sheriff Joe Perry saw the escape underway and summoned help by blowing his whistle preventing the escape of others FIELD WORKERS Most of the wetbacks were caught while they were asleep and had to be aroused by the raiders Some protested that their papers were in Los Angeles The Mexicans have been em- ployed in the fields thinning sugar beets and harvesting flower Immigration Inspector Frank Sylvester and Immigration cer Lloyd Metz led the raids Alameda County officers sisting Sergeants Jack Legro and Jack Abernethy and Deputies Leroy Pierson Fred Turra Clair Cook Edward bers and Perry home By ROBERT UDICK SEOUL April Nations war planes spotted scores of communist supply trucks bling towards the front in broad daylight today but refrained from attacking them lest they accidentally hit prisoner convoys The laige convoys taking full advantage of precautions to i ciu uj jji LU A reliable source said North protect sick and wounded Allied Korean prisoners on Koje Island also have balked No figures mentioned more landing ships carrying North rean disabled prisoners from Koje were due here after- noon The Chinese tiled slowly off the LST which brought them from Cheju Island only after American guards carrying bayoneted rifles and wearing masks boarded the ship SITDOWN STRIKE The sitdown strike apparently was an to embarrass the Allies rather than to avoid being repatriated Ail the Chinese pre- had said they wanted to go home There were the usual sance demands to harrass said a U.S officer Put it this said Brig Gen Lionel McGarr chief of the Allied command These people are communists There is always the possibility of trouble up to the last man Most of the prisoners were sick prisoners of war made no at- tempt to hide from formations of Allied Heretofore the reds have moved most of their supplies at night It nas been the job of the invaders to bomb them LIKE TURNPIKE It looked like the vania said 2nd Lieut Harley Aylor of Ashland Ky Pilots 40 trucks on the Pyongyang Sinanju route 40 more between Pyongyang CHINA GIVEN RUSS A-BOMB EXPERT SAYS LONDON April 15 The man who predicted sia's first atomic explosion said tonight the Soviet Union delivered an atom bomb to communist China on March 4 Kenneth de Courcy an tor said the information came from two reliable intelligence sources operating ently each from the other This and other reports to deal with tions in the communist world Allied Planes Fly Cover Along Prisoners Route By ROBERT TUCKMAN Korea Thursday April 16 U.S fliers Wednesday spotted two convoys of Allied sick and wounded ing south high up in North Korea along roads jammed with red military traffic and bristling with antiaircraft guns that fired on the spotter planes Pilots still were trying to find a third convoy The communists will appear Friday in de said the three convoys began the 1 trek southward Tuesday carrying Courcy's weekly review cial service Writer Adopts Red Germany about half of the 600 disabled prisoners the reds will -free next Monday A communist said some in the three convoys were Americans The communists apparently were taking advantage of the immunity from Allied air attack to pour in military supplies MASSES OF TRUCKS One pilot watched the masses BERLIN April of red trucks and de- Sunchon and at least 10 between Heym American left-wing In all my 96 missions and Kunu i I over North Korea I've never seen Col Jack Stevens of Sioux er and war veteran announced so trucks on the road UL go CLUCKS on Lne ruau riK la ho hoH today he has been granted City la said he had never seen J As the day of liberation neared so many trucks on the roads asylum and citizenship in It looked to me as though East Germany they were taking advantage of the situation Three American pilots where he was born In a statement distributed by the official Soviet Zone news for the Allied captives reports flew that discussions for ing the whole prisoner exchange question might be opened soon at Panmunjom Prisoner ex- shot down a single the h j th y issue blocking blasting tuto an armistice the red in separate en- counters SUPPLIES HIT serve shoulder to shoulder in the Army of the United States with fleas and spiders carrying epi- bacteria and con- took Nazi war criminals tage of clearing weather and at- Heym who fled from troop and many in 1933 when Hitler sei While there was nothing of- here two members of the regular armistice delegation ar- rived at this Allied truce base community They are Brig Gen with tuberculosis and other dis- ply targets except in the and emigrated to Chicago eases Here and there was the POWs were 1935 asserted that the who had lost one or T vision tions on the East coast amputee who had lost one or more At after military policemen had carried 15 or 20 litter patients off the LST and a handful of tees had hobbled off on made wooden pegs and issued crutches the leader of Chinese still aboard shouted that no more would debark MURMUR OF APPROVAL There was a murmur of proval from other Chinese throughout the hold of the ship Not a prisoner budged Col Richard D Boerem of On- tario deputy commander of the POW command told the T Chinese over a loud speaker at I steamer the Lien The cruiser Los Angeles Government was now destroyer McCord shelled lowing a course of fascism and ings and knocked out gun war T command after conferring with Rear Adm John C Daniel armistice delegation member who handled the Aircraft carriers ired on Yel RETURNED for the exchange of sick camcus urea on h returned t tn wounded Glenn expected to dent my commission in the to Tokyo today small boats and shore tions Ground fighting was limited to small arms fire along the front Chinese Steamer Missing TAIPEH April 15 A small Chinese Nationalist was re- ported missing Tuesday with You have refused a lawful more than 40 passengers The of- Central New Agency said der to land I don't care to talk steamer was sailing from representatives You will in southwest Formosa to Makung in the Pescadores to move out at once At minutes after Colonel deadline ex- truck pulled up to the pier and began issuing gas masks to American guards and the cers of the prisoner of war com- mand A few minutes later ently without the use of force the resistance was put down The Islands NAGASAKI April 15 Iff Seven Japanese fishermen were feared drowned when their small craft sank in Nagasaki Bay after colliding with the freighter Maru today Kyodo News Agency reported prisoners began filing down National League Results gangplank No correspondents L were allowed aboard the LST I 2 Brooklyn 4 New York 1 Philadelphia 8 serve Officers Corps of the Army CLOUDY WEATHER of the United he said At the same time I have re- turned to the President the Bronze Star I was awarded ini the Second World War for vice in dennes It is Pilots who had been hampered by cloudy weather in their for the three con- voys of disabled prisoners got a break when skies cleared the Battle of the I They spotted one at Sinanju impossible for me to north of the Korean keep this order which has been dishonored in the brutal and tal of Pyongyang and more than 140 air miles north of against the Korean the ultimate destination people announcement caught Berlin by surprise The The first convoy is due today at the red armistice Kaesong west of jom The other two are due there late passport officer said he was not aware that Heym had Meanwhile the command to Germany said 930 Chinese prisoners are BEST SELLER being readied for A native of Chemnitz than the 700 the Allies told wrote a book in 1942 about the i red liaison officers at German occupation of would be returned as sick Slovakia which was and wounded a best seller in the United at and The Army bought copies headquarters in Tokyo said they for distribution to troops not know if the additional In 1938 he had attacked would raise the 5800 German-American Bund led by j total the UNC gave the reds Fritz Kuhn in a book Nazis in earlier The 5800 included 700 the U.S.A I Chinee and 5100 North Koreans
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