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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - September 6, 1950, Logansport, Indiana                             Weather GOVERNMENT FORECAST Fair and cool today warmer Thursday LOGANSPORT NSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY RESS Only Local Morning Paper Serving Cass Carroll PulasM Miami Fulton White Counties 453 Days Without A Fatal Traffic Ac cident in Logansport VOL 30 NO 71 SEA TELEPHOT03 LOGANSPORT INDIANA WEDNESDAY SEPT 6 1950 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PRICE FIVE CENTS POHANG FALLS TAEGU PERIL George E SOKOLSKY These Days THE NUTMEG STATE The advertising firm of Benton and Bowles continues in business in the state ot Connecticut Wil its United iiam Benton bein States senator by between Chester nor and Raymond Baldwin one time U S senator and a Republi can whereby the latter was ap pointed to a judgeship and vacated the senatorship It was all smooth Settle It at Home School Heads Advice in Tipton School Dispute Patrons of Onward and Walton schools in Tipton township are going to have to settle their differences at home according to a statement issued yesterday by Deane Walker State Superintendent of Public Instruction after a delegation called on him asking him to rule in the school consolidation controversy Walker told the delegation The law says the trustee is the man incharge I have no authority Walker made the statement after hearing the delegation and then holding a conference goveI with State AttorneyGeneral He said thafthe AttorneyGeneral ruled That inasmuch as a court hear and pretty like an advertisement ing had been held on the tempor ary injunction suit toprevent the township trustee from carrying out his plans for the reorganiza tion of the township schools and for a toothpaste Now comes an election That the local court had ruled and i that the trustee was within his Bowles is again to run for goverj jurisctictional j ights in so do nor on the Democratic ticket as ing and sisted by the Socialist A D A The j That no appeal nad been taken Republicans have nominated for j to the higher courts within the this office John Lodge brother of Henry Cabot Lod7e Jr running independently is Jasper MeLevy Council In First Budget Reading Cuts Off a Little mavor of Bridgeport it would seem forever courts decision that therefore the local courts decision is final and establises the legal rights by which the township trustee can Chester Bowles used to be a proceed with the reorganization firm capitalist who went to plan which he had previously an 20 day period following the local ReSUHlCS Consideration of to run the OPA and now is politically indescribable He comes of the great Springfield Mass nounced Those at Conference Those present for the hearing merit His present association with j of Tipton township schools the SocialDemocratic A D A Paul Preiser a representative Americans for Democratic o the Walton group in favor of ion must be regarded as merely the reorganization of schools in political the township Virgil Turner Tipton township THERE BAN BF NO question trusteCi Raymond Julian but that John Loclpe will put up i county school superintendent a terrific campaign Connecticut The group reviewed the case includes a very large population before the state superintendent of Italian and Polish origin to ancl an appeal was made by coun whom Lodges personality and ty scn0ol superintendent Julian to abilities will appeal He is now a state scrOol head requesting member of the House of Heprej an opjnion jrom the states at sentatives The Republican organization in Connecticut is not too strong having been weakened by long tenure out of offre ancl by the cerertion of Raymond Baldwin A torney Representatives of both groups returned home last night but neither had any statements to of fer Trustee Turner however did on various bipartisan boards and commissions with the result that Inrge number of the leaders serve I inforrn The Press that the Onward and Walton schools which were closed yesterday will remain tn is a temptation not to be j today and ionger Until we nffensive to thp Democrats in cah gct tnis situation straightened ou He saii that a definite an Aso a sjreat nurrbe of Repub nouncement will be made prior to 1cpns use Connecticut for bed room nurposcs their interest in the state casual In fact this connection is true of Benton and Bowles on the Demo THIS YEAR THE citizens of Connecticut will bp caled upon to vote for two United States sena tors William Benton will run to opening the schrols but that at the present both will remain closed 1951 Funding This Morning Annual budget study by the Cass County Council wasstarted yes terday and after a first reading of budgets submitted by all govern mental units of the county the group began its preliminary ap up session preliminary duties of reorganization hear ing of delegations and first read ing of all budgets only one office that of the county clerk was reached in the pruning program The Council clipped from requested items there the cuts being temporary until final pass ageis approved prior to adjourn ment later this week possibly to morrow Albert Porter was named to serve as president pro tern in the absence of the ailing Martin Cor nell Ira Cree served as secretary The Council in one of itsoffi cial duties chose Frank Baber of Walton Rt 2 as its represen tative to appear on the Cass coun ty tax adjustment board next week when that group meets to review all budgets of city county and township taxing units Baber replaces Cornell as the Councils representative this year on the adjustment board Hear Final Requests Hearings also were granted dur ing the day to delegations from Turner said that he will confer I the American Legion concerning again with county school super intendent Julian and principals Williams Helms of Onward and Dally Hunter of Walton today on what procedure can be taken He asserted that several large complete Baldwins term Baldwin desks used by high school stud ents will have to be transferred from the Onward to the Walton school ancl that smaller ones with Averell Harriman who is sed by grade children will need to be moved from Walton to On having quit to become a judge Asninst him will run Prcscott S now President Tnimans adviser 011 foreign policy Mr Bush is a York banker who lives in requests for operation of Memorial Home the World War Mothers and the Cass county Humane So ciety After all the preliminaries were out of the way the Council then turned to a temporary cutting of items on the second reading of budgets The clerks office figures which were the only ones they had time for resulted in clipping a request for extra deputy clerk ward j hire from to a We will have to effect those j auction of S200 was cut Connecticut It is rot believed at switches the schools ready j rom the requested for of this writing that Bush will be I operation in order able to make an adequate fight sid althoueh wonders have happened in oolitics In the consolidation to pro ficial recorcis SIQO cut off the requested for stationery and j printing S200 cut from office sup UN East Defense Line Fails Reds Swarm In Entire Line May Have To Be Withdrawn Below Taegu As Foe Siezes Yongchon Tokyo Wednesday Sept 6 fastmoving Korean Red offensive put the United Nations defense keystone of Taegu in direct peril today The Communists capitired Yongchon a vital highway point whose loss may mako Taegu untenable That success stopped traffic on the main highway leading east out of Taegu at Hayang only 13 air miles away Loss of Yongchon 20 air miles east of Taegu was dis closed by military police shortly after the U S Eighth army Small Hurricane In Florida Area Moves Slowly Around Keys Miami Fla Sept 5 A nal acknowledged the Red capture last night of the east an small highpowered hurricane boiled up to the West Florida Tankied the rampage in rainy weather which reduced the fury of the United Nations air force were eating coastline today and stalled spin ning its vicious winds for many hours over the little fishing vil lages of Cedar Key and Yankee town Cedar Keys was badly battered by winds which the highway rol reported reached 125 miles an hour Thehurricane hit the coast at a m CDT Nearly seven hours later it had progressed only 16 miles inland Poised like an the hurricane had even the ex perts guessing whet it might do next big hunks out of the 45mile northern front from Pohang to Waegwan The offensive 1 completely caved in the northeast end paet I of the line for nine miles from Kigye to Pohang 2 allowed Red breakthrough forces to speed 13 miles west to Yongchon and 10 miles south to the vicinity of Kyongju on the main TaeguPusan highway and 3 pressured the U S First Cavalry division into limited withdrawals north of Taegu uncertain ogre i The severed highway and rail line carries supplies irom Pusan to the First Cavalry defending Tae gu The only other big highway left for that duty swings due south to Pusan behind the Naktong riv er front where the U S Second Division the First Marine Brigade and the U S 25th Division are holding off other Red forces The Eeds brought Yongchon Ronald Lynas of Jackson Tp Wins Steer Gold Medal Additional A w a r d s To Cass Entries at State Fair Several additional Cass county entrants won awards in exhibits at the Indiana State fair over the holiday weekend with one of the principal prizes beinga first place captured by Ronald Lynas of Jack son township in the Gold Medal steer class according to John W Connelly county agent Other awards received by Cass county 4H members included Sally Hiekey of Lucerne tenth in Brown Swiss dairy calf and cham pion showman of that class George Naftzger Clay township third and Julia Ann Naftzger ninth in Junior yearling Ayrshire Margaret Hamon first and Julia Naftzger ninth in senior year ling Ajrshire Margaret Hamon was fourth in the two year old cowClass and Julia Naftzger fifth in three year old cow division MadeBest Doughnuts Mrs Frederick Mayhill won first j roaredaway in strength to place in yeast doughnuts in the the Taegu sector at dawn today culinary exhibits took a second in out toward the lifeline port of Pusan as well as west toward Taegu One Red force which rolled through the crumbled South Kor ean capital division south of Kig ye swung west for more than 10 miles and had Kyongju under mortar fire last night Russ Plane Hit Meanwhile the 17 S State De partment in Washington announc ed that a twinengine bomber under mortar fire Tuesday night I bearing a red star was shot down Today military police in halting Monday as it attacked U N naval eastbound traffic at Hayang exforces off Koreas west coast The plained that Yongchon was in Red hangs Tanks Had Push to Pusan in im UnitedNations port fell last night to the Reds after a day of riard fighting The Com munists north of Pohang had un leashed a tanksupported assault yesterday against the South Kor ean Third Division In mountain areas ringing Tae gu on the north First Cavalry troops gave up trying to oust Reds in a walled town of mud huts an a 3000 foot mountain and pulled back Other First Cavalry units yield ed Tabu 12 miles northof Taegn on a road know as the bowling State Department added that the body of a Russian lieutenant was recovered from the wreckage United ations forces elsewheje on the 120mile rectangular shap ed front appeared to be holding their own On the Masan front in the sbuth the U S 25th Division trapped and annihilated 1000 Reds the Eighth Army communi que said It was in this sector the Communists lost 13000 troops in four days of an abortive attack To the north pf the 25th U S Marines and the Armys Second Division ground out new gains against the Red bulge across the Naktong river in the Yongsan sec tor 32 miles south oil Taegu Gains of six miles were counted as the CAK MEETS 1950 convertible above was damaged to the extent of struck the 1941 sedan shown below about one and onehalf miles east of Eighteenth street on road 35 Monday morning about 1 oclock Clifford Theia RH 1 Wheatfield driver of the 1311 auto had parked at the side of the road to get a drink from a spring Max Summers in the other car was confused by Theiss lights and crashed headon into the sedan PhotoEn graving 1 V OiA lllJltO WCLG 1VUiJLtU CIS Lilt alleyssocalled because the Reds Reds retreated back toward the tried to bowl down a straight j rainswollen Naktong stretch two weeks ago only to be bloodily repulsed Where the Reds were within seven miles of Taegu was not pinpointed Torrential rains have been hampering the United Nations air arm in sapping the strength of the new Red pushes But fighter Running independently for the time agojie had United States Senate on a ticket with Jasper McLevy Socialist nounced by Trustee Turner some plieSj from care of insane all stud ents of the upper six grades to attend Walton and all pupils of awaiting committment to institu cloverleaf rolls and second in but ter rolls a tfirst in yeast coffee cake second in yeas cinnamon bread third in sandwich buns second in light rolls and first in parker house rolls tions and cut from the 52000 I Bob Burlev of Jefferson town asked for a survey of vault space mayor of Bridgerjort is the ex the sbc elementary grades to be i and additional steel sectional filing tremcly capitalistic Vivien KelI classes at Onwaid lems manufacturer She is a perI Onward parents rebelled at this sonable lady financially able to order The Council will continue its review of budgets todas and take care of hersAf and 7n I Friday for opening VE Sd later pupil to Walton Onward instead of to fighter of the swiftest order She the Onawrd parents sen will pep up the campaign As she their school and junior high does not believe tha1 Mr Bush has ariy chance at all she feels that she is justifipd in throwing a monkeywrench in what looks like a welloiled victory for Mr Ben ton ship was sixth in the Hereford beef class exhibits junior yearling class and Max L Jones of Gal veston was tenth in summer year ling InCorriedale lamb classes Ann Note Increase In Enrollment More In School Now Than Year Ago Enrollment figures compiled by seven of the citys eight grade schools yesterday show a substan tial increase over 1949 Tipton enrolled 307 compared to 280 last year Daniel Webster 324 compared to 261 Longfejlow 1331 compared to 276 Washington company was isolated m the swirl 229 to 197 and Jeffer Knt ire urav niit I c son 242 compared to 202 Columbia not in existence last year counted 229 Franklin which shared the Columbia stu In Yanks in Danger doubt after the fall of Po hang was the status of American forces defending an airbase six miles southeast of the post city The first British troops in Korea went into action on the broken northern front Last night one ing actions but fought its way out by daybreak The U S 24th Division into the YongchonKyongju pool of fighting They used fast THE OTHER senatorial candid ate is Brien McMahon currently chairman of the congressional committee on atomic energy and an associate of Senator Tydings in the whitewash of the State De partment For some weeks during that investigation it was widely rumored that Senator McMahon was going to do a hatchet job on Louis Budenz a graduate of Ford ham at which Jesuit university Budenz is a professor McMahon would have been in theposition of attacking his alma nater This would not have sat so well with the voters So the job was handled by Senator Chavez of New Mex ico runs Joseph Argue Red Bill In the Senate It Would Force Members than Thursday afternoon The to Zimmer of Boone was fourth in j firing Patton tanks dents with tal amount of requests which the group is considering at the cur rent meeting is 31131004 pen of three lambs fifth in ewe lamb class and first in yearling Continued on Page 8 The threat to Kyongju was against a highly important rail and road junction where arteries fan McKinley last 10 to 288 M to Register Washington Sept 5 Me Carran Communist control bill I was urged on the Senate today as a necessary measure to fortify the home front against a deadly enemy It was assailed as a measure worthless for its purpose and threatening that all of us may be come victims of the gallows we erect for the enemies of freedom Senator McCarran DNev au thor of the measure and Senator Mr Talbot will undoubtedly fight his battle on the Amerasia case j in which connection Brien Minion is vulnerable PRESSURES ARE being put on all the Republican candidates to j rvri discussion of Teheran Pots Yalta the Amerasia case Continued on Page S I Communist and every front or ganization register with the Jus i tice Department It carries other sections to tighten laws on espion age subversion and immigration Parolee Questioned In Brutal Murder of Gas Station Employe Evansville Ind Sept 5 paroled Kentucky convict was held today on a preliminary charge of robbery in the holdup of a filling station where the stations man ager was slain Sunday The Kentucky man who police say was paroled from a 15 year FEEL TREMOR Los Angeles Sept 5 light earthquake was felt over much of I southern California today propeller actually Columbia and Franklin compared to the 1949 total for McKinley and Franklin will show whether school population on the northside of the city has increased Riley Junior high school has dropped 16 in its population counting 290 this year and 306 last Lincoln junior high school and the senior high school figures were not completed yesterday In 1949 264 were enrolled at Lincoln and 783 in the high school The school board of advisers met last night in Roosevelt build ing for the regular September i armed robbery term was identi session Two bids were accepted fiede as Glenn Rufus Sisk 35 who for approximately 100 floures worked for an Evansville packing cent light fixtures Taken under 1 Pant were the bids of Ralph Ben Harrison Hancock 44 the David Inc and KirbyRisk of filling station manager was found Lafayette j deadearly Sunday of head wounds A reappraisement of school i inflicted by a 24inch pick ax properties has been completed i which was still buried in his head j Carl Zimmerman superintendentA bag containing S379 was miss I reported The value has been i mg raised from 51542800 to 52722j Sisk was arrested after he in 200 meaning a raise in premiums quired about chartering a plane is forthcoming he said to fly ttf Kew Mexico Charles Shaver attended the1 WILL IT says Wilmer Burrous Farm Bureau president the man at the controls but j meeting as a representative of the Cass county farmers are hoping this minature airplane will take a prize in the Farmers Day parade Junior Chamber of Commerce at the Indiana State fair Thursday Built by a committee representing the Farm Bureau Rural Youth f were not available yes terday The 1950 total for McKinley Cass Comedy Team I Wins Second Prize JAt State 4H Show Indianapolis Ind Sept square dance team from Greene county dressed in gay and color i ful country dress captured first prize in the Rural Youth talent competition at the State Fair Mon day forenoon September 4 The contest was held in the Farm Bu reau building before a capacity audience A comedy team comprised of Bill Fouts Jack Stafford Don Heckard and Homer Wilson all of Cass county placed second Phil Drake Tipton county with a piano third Miss Lela Kay Wabash county was a vocal solo and Mel vin Maxwell of Morgan county was fifth with a trombone His accompanist was Miss Caro lyn Godsey Army Steps Up Its Draft Gall 70000 To He Taken November In solo won i Schenkel year fourtn TITO HITS REDS Belgrade Yugoslavia Sept 5 Washington Sept 5 OB Army today called for 70000 darf tees in November a 40 per cent increase in a month The announcement putting into cold figures the fast expansion o American defense may mean a raise in the authorized 1950 draft totals Here is why Selective Service director Lewii B Hershey has stated he is au thorized to draft 185000 in the last four months of this year September and October calls to talled 100000 for the Army The increased call for November will leave a margin of only 15000 for the December draft but the Pres ident can increase the authoriza tion Military officials believe that such a yearend increase is likely The planned Army buildup to meet Korean war needs and the overall expansion program now before congress calls for an army strength by next Jyae of 834000 This is 242000 more men and women than were on the Army rolls at the outbreak in Korea It is 204000 higher than the bud geted strength for the Army at the end of June Library Closes At Noon on Wednesdays The Logansport Public Library xvill close at noon today and will continue to close Wednesday at noon throughout tht year Announcement to this effect was made yesterday by Miss Mary Holmes Truman Delays Talk On Sacrifices Ahead and 4H the plane is called Spirit of Cass County quite easily It is built around a small garden tractor and can GLASS STRIKE PremierMarshal Titos gov j ernment tonight condemned North Washington Sept 5 Presi ma n e urv e r e d by TI i t Marion Ind Sept 5 i Korean aggression and said that the man in the cockpit Wmgspread is about lo feeand the 7S5 nruck at two spins Currous will drive the plsnc in the parade Press PhotoEngraving Indiana plants today it brings the peace of tht world Jin to danger dent Truman today postponed un til early next week a report to the American people on the hard work and sacrifice in store for them in the defense emergency   

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