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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1950, Winona, Minnesota Fair Tonight and Wednesday Football Friday KWNO-FM VOLUME 50, NO. 199 FIVE'CENTS PER COPY WINONA, EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1950 EIGHTEEN PAGES SEWER Two Resuscitators were used lor more than half all hour late this morning In an unsuccessful effort to revive two city engineering department employes who collapsed In a manhole In West Burns Valley. At the left, Fireman Ervin Laufenburger is shown operating the device on the body of Arthur Thurley, one of the victims of the mishap, while Fireman Ian Armstrong, in slicker and fire hat, works over the other victim, Robert Kramer. Republican-Herald photos The Lifeless Body of Robert Kramer is shown above as Patrol- man Edward L. Hittner, extreme left, and other volunteer rescuers, remove it from the manhole. Kramer was one of two city engineer- ing department employes who met death late this morning making measurements of the depth of the manhole in the inter- ceptor sewer line to Glen View addition. Woman Captured by Roks Yanks Push Down Road to Pyongyang Allied Gains General Along Entire Front By Relman Morin Tokyo Koreans cap- Legion Convention iSecmdMan Business Recessed 0iesMer For 6-Houi Parade t i and arsenal-industrial san today after sharp day-and-night street fighting. Only a mop-up of wiping- out Red snipers remained before Allied forces can start putting the harbor and airport into shape for opera- tions. Port facilities were reported 50 per cent intact. To the southwest, Communist troops holed up in their prewar "defense" chain of log pillboxes virtually stalled the American First cavalry troopers' thrust across parallel 38 near Kaesong on the road to the Red capital. Pyong- yang. i Seizure of Wonsan climaxed a1 lightning sweep of more than 100 By Graham Berry Los The national American Legion convention called a halt to business sessions today to stage a mammoth six-hour parade designed to accent the need for continued national preparedness. The stream of perhaps uniformed men and women will m- elude tanks, armored equipment anfl troops of the 13th armored reserve 4JW (division underlining warnings of convention speakers against smugness city of Won- 2 over Korean victories. Britain to Take Over Iron, Steel Business Feb. 15 Car Accident Double Funeral At Taylor for Kvistad Cousins Taylor, Double funeral services will be held here Laboratory Worker Injured in Blast Pasadena, Calif." A blast which knocked out part of a labor- atory wall at California Institute of Technology last night seriously in- jured Dr. Howard J. Teas, 30. Teas for the past two years has Ibeen studying the effects of radio- j activity on corn which underwent [the Bikini atom bomb test. i The explosion apparently oecur- Ired during a transfer of oxygen I from a tank to smaller containers. Teas suffered injuries on the face and right leg. He was taken to Huntington Memorial j where his condition was reported j fair. French Seek over the Korean victories. The marching spectacle will not be without the traditional injured in pomp, music and fun. There will dent Sunday. Thursday for two cousins who were a traffic road miles into Red Korea since the Rok Third division crossed the border October 1. London (Ji Britain's government gees into the iron and steel busi- ness next February 15. The Labor government announced I be plenty of bands, colorful drum land bugle corps, snappy drill teams, and some decorated jalop- ies and ancient locomotives, rem- iniscent of the forty-and-eight- days. Stores Closing Downtown stores are closing in honor of the legion. So are schools honor of the Legion. So are schools so that thousands of youngsters can S36 the sight of their lives. The parade starts at 2 p.m.. Pa- cific standard time (4 p.m. Winona today it would take over 92 pri- vately-owned companies from all branches of the giant industry on In it will be from Alaska, the Legionnaires Philippines, Omer Kvistad, 28, of Taylor died at 7 a.m. today in the Whitehall Community hospital of a skull frac- ture. Earlier. Eldou Kvistad, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kvistad, Taylor, died of a fractured skull. The two men were injured when their car went out of control on a curve on highway 95 three miles west of here. Both were thrown from the car when it went end over end near the Paul Monitor farm. Puerto Rico, Hawaii, first just aided in the final siege. The Reds put up their strong show of resistance south of the city Monday. Strongholds Allied wa, -planes blasted the Red strongpoints and the Roks stormed The double funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Taylor Lutheran church. The u> guuii, uiuuouj un Mexico, Panama, Italy and France j Rev. J. B. Hatlem will offici- elementsjthat date. Steel nationalization hasias well as from the 48 United! ate. Burial will be in Wood- lawn cemetery here. Both bodies will be at the Jen- sen funeral home, Hixton, until Boy, 1, Starts Apartment Fire Milwaukee A seven-year- old boy played with matches Mon- day and started a fire in a. duplex flat that resulted in the death of Fumes Overcome Men in Manhole By Gordon Holte Two city workmen met death in manhole No. 9 In the Glen View addition interceptor sewer line this morn- ling. It was the same hole in which James Leicht, 13, died i September 9. i Victims today were: Arthur Thurley, Jr., 30, 602 East Fourth street. Robert Kramer, 27, 565 West Fourth street. Both were employes of the city engineering depart- ment and were inspecting the sewer line. The accident occurred at about 11 a. m. and as yet no definite cause of death of either man has been determined. This is what happened: Kramer, a part time employe of the engineering de- partment as a was making measurements of nf manholes in the last stages of the interceptor the State department m prepara- aepins 01 ju LUC 10.01, v .r tion for the arrival Thursday of line preparatory to the laying of the last 290 feet of the Build Up Army Would Equip and Maintain 15 New Divisions By John Scali Washington The French (government has begun to lay the j groundwork for a detailed request for American funds to help finance the first year of France's stepped- up rearmament program. French financial experts have started presenting initial figures to the State department in prepara- French Finance Minister Petsche. Maurice sewer. top American Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State Acheson. Earlier this morning, Kramer had made a measure- smen of the depth of manhole No. 8 and was proceeding uling to No. 9 for measurements to determine the elevation be- a fireman. j The French request is reported to! Walter Pufahl, 50, died at Coun- cover the amount of money France ty Emergency hospital of a heartlbelieves she will need during the attack three hours after being 1951 fiscal year to start her on the overcome by smoke at the blaze. The fire was started in the base- ment of the building by a boy who lived in the first floor flat. He told self-imposed task of creating, equipping and maintaining 15 new Army divisions. The French government, respoud- firemen he started a fire in a to an American plea for big- of papers while playing withjger defense spending, has announc- Ibeen a major project in the gov- States. ernment's program of state social- At the opening of the 32nd an-
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