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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1950, Austin, Minnesota                                The Weather oitlj, clojd> tonight end ot r- Scattered showers Cooler Sat t, do Lew. ton ght 50 AUSTIN DAILY HERALD VOL xc SINGLE COPY 5c AUSTIN A1INN JRID'VY OL1OBER b AP Leased Wire Service No. 82 w South Korean Troops Push Another 20 Miles Beyond 38th Parallel RUSSELL BRINES TOKAO   had into enemv territory last Sunda> Arrayed below the boundarx the bulk of the poised 175000 United Nations troops Air and support uas at the ready for an of fen SH e Another vise apnarentlv was being forged to ciy-h the rem nants of the reeling Reds offi eiallv estimated bv IMacArthur s, headquarters to hav e suffered 200 000 casualties since their June 25 invasion 40 000 Prisoners Fortj thousand of the Red manpouer losses uere lifted as v. ar prisoners of the allies A. Uac Arthur spokesman declined t speculate on hew manv of the Fed casualties weie eleid men The Reds heaviest of men and material hav e been suffered since Sept 15 w lien the allies leaped to the of f( clirmxed hj the libeia lion of Seoul and entrapment of Red divisions in the south Of the 40 000 Communist pris oners of 14028 were listed taken in three week This presumably was in the con- tinuing mopping up of straggler ta inds widely scattered m the south and around Seoul The deep plunge into Korea on the east coast uas re Dortcd A.P correspondent v illiam Jorden traveling with tho South Koreans Jorden the South Korean third div sion pushed off after an artillery exchange with the Reds near Changjon some 60 miles north of Parallel 38 and bv (nightfall had neared. Tong ehon There v> as x irtuallv no Red icsistance A blown up bridge the advance for a few fongchon is 32 miles of big Red m mistrial center on the east coast The Reds abandoned equipment to the oncoming South Koreans m their haste to break off com bat and flee Expert W onsan Stand prisoners taken in tho long drive northward have reported a stand would be n ade at or on its outskirts taken Thursda> said the> heard Russian adv isers were Speltz Suit Nears Jury Sought as Fire Damages Testimony toclav at Albert Lea m a trial m which the Speltz Coal and Grain I Co Albert Lea blames the II I linois Central railroad for a fire th-it ed the compam s leva tor at London 7 The company is seeking 295 damages in an action that has occupied the attention of the ireeborn county district eourt II HITS THt mm Ilamner Phil shortstop hit tin dut to mike thud s on Andv Semmiek m the SOCOIK' inning of tod iv s world >-cr ome at inkee lehum The ink thud bisermn is Bilh lohnson Thud hi t coith f r i the Phils is Mm iger Ldtlic Sawvcr This u irephoto came to the Ilenld direct fi >m tin. ball park in New York ion w is tt lepheme made iblt bv the Austin bitinth of Beh Telephone Co and T 1 and t' f eei ited Kit Breaks Tie; NY Wins, 3-2 R H 10 7 le ft BOX SCORE ore of ihc third I hiUdtlphia (N) since Monday Defendants on Stand Witnesses for the defense which includes the Illinois Cen- tral and three members of a 12 From Here to Attend FFA National Meet Dale Rugg uho will rcccn L an American Farmer degree r-ulroad section crew continued heads a delegation of 12 Austin 1 on the today as the trial into its fifth d ly It is be- persons who will at'end the lieved testimony may be con tlonal Future of Ame eluded late today The Speltz company Kansas that a fire bv a section crew Two Austin chapter bov s Carl who were burning weeds across Jr Dahlard Lukes the track from the elevator is JlrcatK nrt in Cit> re nited the elevator The section hearsmS for their part in the crew was from Lyle and mclud- i Convention Kehret will sing m ed Ed Rush foreman Alfred the natlonal chorus and Larson and Joe Chirge Is Dei Fair Dates Already Set Board Sets Time of Event Aug. 7-12 Train Kills Railroad Clerk Near Duluth PluK 000 001 anks, 001 000 BV JACK HAND STADIUM Coleman's single to LLMitti out in the last of the ninth gave the New Yankt.es their thud stiaight series today over the Phillies 3 2, before b4 505 fans 1 u o seiateh infield singles bv Gene Wood ling and Phil aftei out set the stage foj Coleman s game vMiining blow bc'ueen Richie and Jackie Mayo into left tentei 'lorn Fernck uho e ime in ulion Eddie Lopat lifted for a pinch hittei in the ninth iteeived credit for the en ei Russ Mover thud Phil pitchei pitched only the ninth in his fust seiies ap pe (i ince m r Eddn S iw v PI of tho Phils m i 1 minute suiuli in his self ction He. dc cideel to send Ket leftlnndci to oppose the Yin kees Ed Lop it This i b it tit of vc te i HI sen thp iw s who spcci in ilow bi o ikinjj pitclu Hi intzelm in u on tnu o gimos d in int, the i egul ir soi son losing nine but IManagei S i er h id i huneh his i thatcht el softball pitchei might tuin the trick for the club j w Inch h id lost tho fn st Uv o gci me of the series I Lopat the e hui lei l bo isted a much more impressive I rrnrk with 18 wins com i pared to 8 defeils C ise v Ston j pel Yankee pilot changed his lint up w hen adv that his op pement-, had decided to piteh a southpaw FIRST INNING i drilled a R H O 00000 n n fi o o 11 0 (1 0 2 o o n o n 10000 00000 b Hit i st tnt> In c Ran for Gollnt when u'nnlrif, fielder s choice h The vouth hid been employed Mower countv s fair will is i tkik in tho Noithcrn Paei convention whieh in be staged Aug 7 12 Those elites fit- di not at Cloquet The tiuck M the fdir dragged about two blocks Engineer C J Johnson Duluth w ere Boaiel membf i notlonal Lukes will nlav the 'n the national band Tht be Judge Martin A Nelson is presiding The plaintiff is rep resented by Attorney J F D VIeighen and Ralph H Peterson Alhcrt Lea The railroad com pany is represented by Attorney Burnquist Fort Dodge Iowa and Attornev B E Hughes Aus tin and the section crew bv EI Clifford and Alarv 11 L AT chaotei ariv isc- w ill accornDdm group Mr and Airs Ri gg Gosiop Martin and Klouse intend to re turn to Austin V> ednosc'iv The will tav until tho eonvor tion closes Fiidiv helping prepare theie Wonsan 90 air miles east of the Communist cipital of Pvongxang in the "f ihe peninsula One of North Kor- o) s major rail and highwav cms connects the two cities fortifications mer R Peterson Albert Lea Series Photos Made Possible by Wirephoto Another first was establish ed bv the Herald Thursdiv It was the first time m thdt tho Herald had published a me Wilson, Union Reach Accord CHICAGO   fur pio grim here w is mdiciteri at last night s meeting The er fa r wi tho first to drop rac IIL, but rmm otht r fairs w t to quick to suit Tho en modern now fair idded to tlie pliv plant together w ith of othcr ermnts the past put the institution in a good position 10 work for an ev on greater fur bo iref mi mboi v. t rt H i ot d DULUTH 1 Phillip N i Reed 20 who resided on w iv 21 nt ir was ki'lecl it T 10 a m tod iv when his panel truck was demolished ground single past Colenrm j in a collision with a Duluth to rightfield After two bound Noithern Pacific passcng sacrifice ittempts Ashburn er tram at a crossing near Wren "tiuck out Jones t ipped wcik in frort of plito and w is throw n out Lopat Ennis rapped a sharp grounder right at Johnson who threw him out Iso i uns one hit no errors one loft YANKEES wilked on four pitches On i hit md lun Coleman st nl a Mile blooper lo H imnei who doubled up Rizzuto with a throw (o Waitkus at first Berra walk od on a full count Hemtzelman threw two billa to DiMaggio Philadelphia s bullpen got busv The bullpen pitchers are parth h'dden bv the stands in leftfiold and it was impossible to identifv thorn Mrtpes rf wood H 11, Totals d S ifc e Rin Scm AH K II I O 11111 4 331 2 0 0 fi 1 10110 30010 1 0 0 0 U 00000 e o o o o i n n 0 o o i i 1 o o i i 40030 20114 1 1 0 0 1 13 Brown made an emergencv application ,nd thev aie Of the brakcsC flattening 2fl pairs of w heels Vienna Puts Down Red Bid for Bauer In 8th 8th lnlcfc Humner rolp nun SIslcr Goliat Ennis Ham ucr Rlzzuto Semlnlck 2 Joi es Humner and Wiilikus Philadelphia (Nl a Nrv -iork (A) 9 Helntzeliimn 6 2 Berra 2 Cclemnn DiMaq Ferrlrk. 1 (Collat) Lopat 5 3 Stmlntck Jones) Mcjrr l (Mnpes) Heintzclman 3 {Johnson 2 LopRt) Lcpat 9 in 8 4 In Zg Konstnntv 0 In S Mejcr t-, FprrlcX. 1 In 1 Winner 1 trrictv LOST Mejnr to d one of its crushing i cent dr feitc in t-ui ope is Austria it tinned to noi mal after two of Red terror came in about i do7on cteps for s high pnp behind second bise No runs no hits no one left in on the grass to scoop up Si ler s slow roller and tosaed him e of an event before the event I umon has wltn othcr mp concerns 1 he eonti act U IS OVCM Tho Herald s fir 1 edition ft ibutec' to tile rur il sections ind mnl included a pic turr of the first mninc of tho d s uorld R imo but tho rd tinn to pre'-s before tlie L, imo had ended <-m ish nictuio in T Inn d is s Her tld i HII aci i il occin d in PC mi t irlicr in ihr T Ilernld i pic I t f ikf M in the '-ocond mnin-, tod s or'd '-ciic'' mi( i! A u Y< i k Q c n t cov 1 0 000 packinghouse woikors m n plants in Chicago I Cod ir R ipids Tow t Omai a Kans is Citv Kas Albert Lc i ind Paiibauli Mmn The union his had no ils n eontrict smcc the nationwide moil workers Mnki in "Majt i i sue since m uncle t vv iv 18 months h been lli it of getting a now coi trie The Wil son w ire t qu il to thosr throiu1 oul UK indu md th i w u< we t L T m noi i in Cm nni t ilk bi tutu, l h Edward Hale Heads Mefhodisf Drive Pdw ud Ii ilc chpirman md D iv id Alee pen ti CTsun i vv ill he id tho loc il Methodist t ntoi mal drive scht dulid to tin fill 1 In were elected it n mt o m- f f tho R icinc Alt th 1 s ehineh bo rel diusl-n 1 nt will ittend   gcr third t ahcad Dl en I ind w itnm minute1" nick down sumging at i third strike No runs no hits no errors none left YANKEES Bcrra tiled to check lus mg but tapped back to the mound and was thrown out by Hemtzelman i DiMaggio s fl> dropped at the SFCOND INNING [feet of Sisler in left for a sin charged "lc Ennis raced behind Ash Red demonstrators took dov n barricades which TlnusdTj closed ill but one of Vienm s m un r ul 'im s md froze (r iffic fi om ttic cipital into the Soviet The up in tho fncf of cilm resistanf-c the re of the ans vvlio the 12th hiv it at tfio cross rn ids of thf f ist md vv e nrd re pt lie div Inv i throw n bicl istern ion Tht bulk of the told police tint no funds bortrs unored Hit Communi I were avTilable to trinspoit tht home Thev rt quested the bov s bo loleascd md 1 ended for Li C rosso One to f imilv conu tions thev would probiblv bo bettor off if thev didn t come home a I i O< i pi obi nun office r nd Tod iv Poluc Chuf GiorM ir ranee el tr msp( 11 it ion f r Ihr p MT thiou h the loc tl vdf in iffie strike call Tlie non Commi cuur sgeouslv Inttlcd fana1 ic mine Ri ds for control of f ic lot ios now i i pi int Ir.mspo-i ficil tn md build Ihc Red d e illod ofT their tnkc ixeau e of oimi 1 1 i it f il f t f Red It n tin (n h p v bl to Tht Hf r ild Ins its own irplioto r 'o on _i rirp trtn t t I tin (i b OLD CHIP (THE BULL) IS STILL CHAMPION 10-Year-OId Wins at Waterloo Tvliggio s throw Lopita charged off tlie mound io fit Id Goliat s inllcr riked Hnmntr b lek to (hire! then wheeled and whipped out Goli i! at Semi nick moved to sec ond on the plav Johnson m ide a nice pickup of Hoirtrclnnn s bounacr and threw him out MII hit1, ni orror two Ic d onn bouncer back to the nound and WTC m easv out Hemt7elnnn to iitkus skied to Goli i vvl o nncle the catch in shoi t right Ennis stumbled and foil in mikmc a stirt for the bal1 jonnson struck out 'Xn runs no hits no f n or none loft THIRD INNING Wrfitkus flud to M ipi s ho mide i nice run unit, citch in light centu Inn n w is r nifjit lookinc it i f third like Itmt s 1 ntd i s 11 lo bet voen hud ind snnil it i If ftfi Irl f p to HI! o it e> -i rors I ho nnlv olhc i S< utluin 1 m ip i mer P r in In I n ms bull i tin w in KI id suil rh imp o i 1 ho mt if nt C i p till A b( t le i hull il in in f UK omit, upst 11 ts vv ho vv< re shown i mist h m n Ihr IS ition il stem SJKIVV it doi loo I hui sd nip siucissfullv defended his title foi the third eonse e t timt n nst i fn lei of 7d v on iv er bulls Ringside expeits H hOl I I hi bodv of M month old Ko 1 i Cimpbt 11 et of t vvich spre rl st n e b pt rsons vv is fotii d Thur d n m tho nmddv vv of i pirtlv rii umd li'oon flu blonde n 1 e ved d ujji ler of Mr (md Mrs George C i npbell winrioiod awav from her homo r irh Wodnosd A i p, die t uv it mv'Vnu ud k( n up I- i tl e 1 1 foi i UK iMrption if 1U IK vv is i unnerup 'o i C I ill hip t is bit n 11 c Ml i n in I nil H u is n Ml i i i bull t ilf in 1941 hi n I i inlti I- u ms br< u ht him t M nni oi i fiom M irvl md Chin his b VMI bv 1 ht Mt Al u tin Ih id Mddoba dnd thf junior G K insov hi il Lo le i Pnmr 11 l ion I in i i l r m t i s I P- d nrv e it ie ud_ t te u i fi nni AI iel n w n lei i il Ie m it d in t mp 11 lion tt im fi >ni othci il i n ne r wtii _ 111 d n is M unde tht I) uush sle m 1 IK v i f r tltd >ld e mblom ifv( i n 1 It tn h t mblf rn hi UK i iblt mt nt em HKI p ie i n it u "i 1 r im t Ihrt i le sm UK mbtrs- Don tld Ht fst s Vu r It i i Tr mil I mils omit i h n r ill vv< n silvi r mbl e ins n IK miiv id it il i 1 Kill s lli d i i pi dm l i I un fi m 1'iiK 1st md vv on t KM t nibK in n d m 1 Inn d iv illt m on UK Mm n s it i I fr A lean i n UK so fi om si lU M p i i t J I p U i Ik i bt hn d t r t bit i p i! v i i 1T(   It I OVKIII INNING PHII I ITS fiddf d Sis lei s hoi oundei in ieh ih f i compptoel lino ind rn tlio hat otht r for tlin putoul Him noi fliod lo Mnprs. m i iqhl St mi burn in centerfield to get under Bauer s long fly Waitkus grabbed Mize s grounder and stepped on first for the unassisted putout runs one hit no errors one left FIFTH INNING PHILLIES Goliat bounced out to Rizzuto Hemtzelman rolled out Mize to Lopat who covered first Waitkus fouled to Tnhnson behind third bise No runs no hits no none left went to left and made a nice stop oi Johncon s sharp grounder and threw him out Mapes raised a short fly to Siblor in left Loml lined a single into centerfield Rizzuto broke his bat on a short pop 10 Goliat near second base No runs one hit no one left SIXTH INNING out for thool i ki s bb struck out for third straight time Jones also down swinging to become Lopat s fifth strike out victim Ennis lined a dou bit into 1he rightfield corner II w is n s first hit of the Si If r looped T Texas league single ovoi Ri7zutos head in_ w ith the t v ing run ilso wis the first hit cf tho series for Hamnor mis d .in ittompted surprised bun! Tile4 Siller w caught off Oi run no errors leff shot a line single over Tones head in to Icftf'eld Berra fouled to Seminit k behind home nlalr flicd to m deep h ft Goliat backed up tin the iss i e hind second base to f undoi Bauer s hiqh pop up ru is one hit no errois om loft smits (Cnntmued on Page Five) Vision Expected ot Necedoh Saturday N I- CEDAH WIS P) The foi i unnoi s of 100000 pooplf weio ninving in this ct ntidl Wisconsin hamlol to di iwn by a simple f 11 m woman who claims she will havp inolhor of the Bles r-l Vngin Saturdij   

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