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7 Sep 1953

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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Albuquerque, New Mexico Today a smile London kept. A add red Chin Hub nit red a Nolan ooh an Apt Imp red Farad by blur. Mcaraw radio Arnader Anttoni Tau today a Ald a train Load wild animal. Quot Leopard. Manchu plan him and Rod Farod Monkey Quot Randitt in Roii Torrn i Luna arrived in tho Navy re rap ital Tram Kina Rozmily and will dim rib Bird to room the Olihant tho i8, 8. A pro american party wins German election in to demand return More gis military believes Many americans Are still prisoners exact number Waits final Check those liberated Panmunjom monday sept. 7 Ca a the United nations command today prepared a stiff demand the communists for the return an accounting americans known to have been captured by the reds but not returned in the prisoner Exchange which ended yesterday. A there is no time to be wasted a said a in spokesman. He said the demand the reds probably would be made today. The in command declined to say immediately How Many Allied War prisoners Are the missing list pending a final Cross Check those released during the 33 Days operation big switch. But it was believed the number would be a substantial one. The names have been compiled by intelligence officers for the past three years from evidence in communist broadcasts propaganda letters from the missing men themselves and double Check testimony men who have been freed. Doable Jet Ace heading the list the still missing is air Force capt. Harold Fischer a double Jet Ace from Swea City Iowa. Fischer is credited with to Mig Jet kills. Fischer a return had been expected the last Day the Exchange. The communists themselves have boasted in a piping radio broadcast that they shot Fischer Down Over Manchuria last Spring and captured him. The reds said recently they would Send Back All the Allied prisoners who desired repatriation. They said the last Man across the Freedom line at Panmunjom sunday concluded the list. Beyond demanding the return accounting for those men the in command believes the reds still hold there is Little the in can do if the communists stand a Bland denial. Appeal possible the in can Appeal to the Neutral nations commission supervising the korean armistice. It can also Appeal to world opinion. But the effectiveness such appeals can be judged against the record unsuccessful attempts by Germany and Japan who Are still asking soviet Russia and red China for the return nationals captured in world War ii. The Exchange ended shortly after la a. In. Sunday when slightly bewildered air Force capt. Theodore Harris Van Guys cal., climbed out tho last communist truck. He was the 12,760th Allied Soldier the 4910th non korean and the 3597th american to return. Emmons Speaks to cherokees Tahlequah okla., aug. 6 up a a Hope that the next few years will see the end the White Many a trusteeship Over the red Man was expressed today by Glenn l. Emmons new commissioner Indian affairs. Emmons was principal speaker at the first Cherokee National Holiday. Tahlequah is the tribal capital. Speaking out against discrimination Emmons said a i have no sympathy whatever for what is sometimes called second class citizenship. A what we Are trying to achieve essentially As i see it is a condition parity Equality for Indian people As compared with the rest the the commissioner Down from Washington for a visit with Oklahoma tribes cautioned an estimated crowd 1500 cherokees and other tribesmen the government has a no Patent remedy for All Indian problems and needless to say i have no thought we Are going to satisfy he added however that he would a listen and Butte water storage is 104,440 acre feet truth consequences sept. 6 up a elephant Butte Lake had a net loss 10,150 acre feet water for the week ending thursday. At that time storage was 104,440 acre feet More than the 17,600 acre feet recorded there at the same time two years ago. Caballo Lake held 24,496 acre feet thursday More than the 17,801 acre feet last year at that tire a. Dejected dejected because his son Marine pfc. Lloyd e. Osborn who was repatriated aug. 21 after 33 months As a pow in Korea was not aboard the Hospital ship uss Haven background when it docked at san Francisco cal., Emanuel a. Osborn Albuquerque was ready to return Home. The Marine corps later told him his son would be aboard the uss Pope when it docks next wednesday. Tortured colonel once commanded h. Iff. Guard unit col. Walker m. Mahurin one two air Force colonels who were tortured by chinese communists until they signed a a confessions waging bacteriological warfare is a former commanding officer the 188th fighter Squadron. The Squadron is new Mexico s air National guard unit. A a we Veall been sweating him out a said col. Emmanuel Schifani commander the 188th. Two the i88th�?Ts pilots capt. Francis Williams and Robert Sands Are planning to Fly to the West coast to see colonel Mahurin when he returns from Korea. A the reds were just about As cruel As they could be a colonel Mahurin said in Korea in telling How he had come to sign the feet Frozen a i would say that the boys who did not write a confessions should get the medal Mahurin said the communists threatened him with death kept him standing at attention for Days end and made him squat until his feet were Frozen. He said he finally tried suicide. A i slashed my wrists but they caught me and gave me medical continued an live a far worlds has fiery Climax Tokyo monday sept. 7 up a men from Mars were sweeping All before them. Earth dwellers had Only one weapon left the atomic bomb. Grimly they prepared to use it and right there tho theater caught fire. In 25 minutes last night a Flash fire swept through the 1000-seat Subaru theater in downtown Tokyo but everybody including several americans got out. The show was a the War the worlds a the h. G. Wells novel that was the original for Orson Welles a men from Mars broadcast in the United states some 15 years ago. A we did no to believe it St first a a shaken Spectator said emerging from the blazing theater. A we thought it was part the airmen disclose a germ warfare torture sessions Maggot treatment by reds designed to extort a conf wion a Freedom Village Korea monday sept. 7 up it a freed american airmen began unfolding sunday the gruesome inside Story How chinese reds perpetrated the korean wars biggest hoax germ warfare a confessions Quot a by tortures carried Long after the truce was signed. The chinese were still at it As late As 4 30 a. In. Yesterday about five hours before the last group americans started toward Freedom. The Story is one maggots crawling untreated wounds. Its a Story threats to keep a Long suffering prisoner from re turning to his loved ones until he signed. But it is Only a fragmentary beginning the horror etched full account. Six the a a confessed airmen who came out to Freedom sunday held Back until the last Day talk right away. Day after Day two were marked a no press by examining doctors who said they were in no condition to Tell about their experiences now. Those who would talk said they were abused and threatened for Day Day beyond All physical endurance. One still retained enough his wits to insert in his a a confessions a dead Giveaway that his statement was a fraud. On an Asiatic continent where repeated plagues have made them one the chief sources dread the chinese reds began building up the germ warfare hoax soon after they entered the korean War late in 1950. They Are still at it. Sunday the piping red radio broadcast the names 75 u. S. Airmen who a honestly confessed the crimes. Piping said the 25 had been the chinese insisted in the face repeated and indignant denials by highest u. S. Governmental and military officials that airmen dropped disease spreading insects Korea. Backdated documents two the highest ranking u. S. Air Force officers captured by the reds said sunday after their release that they held out until two weeks after the armistice was signed july 27. But the reds con tinned Fin rive Greece feels new Earth tremors Athens Greece sept. 0 up a Earth tremors rocked Central Greece today for the second successive Day. They damaged 80 buildings in the Corinth area. Fifteen persons were reported injured at nearby Isthmian where yesterdays shocks entered. Yesterdays shocks extended fr6m the West coast the Peloponnesus across the country to khakis the Island Evvia 35 Miles North Athens. About 50 old houses were destroyed at Isthmian four Miles Southeast Corinth. The damage from today s quakes entered at Aghili theor Doroti and at Pera Chora both in the Corinth area. Three churches were damaged. The Corinth canal has been closed to navigation for several Days because cracks at Many Points. The latest tremors came in the Wake last months disastrous earthquakes in the ionian islands off Greece a West coast where about 1000 persons were killed hundreds More injured and about 130,000 were left homeless. General Dean released maj. Gen. William f. Dean Wear ing a communist Issue Cap sits in the Back seat a red jeep As he arrives at Panmunjom for repatriation after 3 it months imprisonment As a prisoner War. The general was captured in july 1950, Asun forces were falling Back near Taejon Korea. He was last seen firing a communist tank. Two koreans accused betraying Gen. Dean Seoul monday. Sept 7 own two so a a a a a a Ore near in jail accused betraying u. S. Maj. Gen. Villiam f. Dean into communist Captivity. The pair received $5 in korean Money from the reds for the betrayal National police head quarters said Hurricane swirls off East coast Washington. Sept. 6 off the weather Bureau said late to Day an Atlantic Hurricane is now about 300 Miles East North East Cape Hatteras n. C., and that kept storm warnings have been posted 1950. From Manasquan n. J., to Eastport me. Interests along the coast from new Jersey Northeast to Eastport the Bureau said should be the Alert for further advisories. The Bureau said in its latest advisory a Hurricane entered near 36.4 North and 70 West moving Between North and Northwest about 20 Miles per hour. This is still a very dangerous storm with highest winds estimated near too mph near Center and gales extending outward about 250 Miles. A the Center is now about 300 Miles East Northeast Cape hat Teras and interests along the coast from new Jersey northward to Eastport me., should be the Alert for further Dean freed Friday after More than three years As a red prisoner War is in Toyko beginning two weeks treatment for amoebic dysentery contracted during his Captivity. Rim Chang Hung assistant director police said the two men both born in China previously had been investigated in october Lovelace offers to donate site for auditorium Tingley Aik impaction eight acre tract Miles West Yale . Vav. R. Lovelace offered sunday to donate eight acres land Miles re. To the City to be used As the site for a City auditorium. The tract offered is a Little West Yale blvd. And Northwest the municipal Airport. Clyde Tingley. Chairman the Albuquerque City commission called for the City to a look it and said the site a might be better that have been Santa be plans cited . Lovelace in announcing his offer to the journal noted Santa be plans to build an auditorium above the fort Marcy athletic Field eight acres donated to that City. A there May be some who will say Miles re. Is too far from the Center town Quot . Lovelace commented. A but it s no farther than the Santa be site is from the Center that City. A there is easy Access to the site by Miles re. Or Yale blvd. It is near the Railroad Spur which goes up to Kirtland air Force base. That should have some Tingley declining to give an opinion for against the location until he has inspected it did say a you can get to it easier than to some other Sites that have been a fooling around 4 Yearm a the City ought to look it Over a Tingley said. A we ought to build an auditorium and we ought to get at it pretty soon. We be been fooling around for four years now and we be got nothing a com a Victory for West defeat for Russia Bonn Germany monday sept. 7 a it a pro american Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a landslide election Victory today. West Germany voted to rearm with the West rejected socialist neutralise routed the communist party and smashed an attempted nazi comeback. It was a political disaster for Moscow and a Triumph for Washington. A Mammoth turnout 26 million 33 million eligible voters gave in overwhelming in Konrad Adenauer do sement to Adenauer a policy contributing German manpower and resources to the military defense the free world. The socialists who opposed rearmament and sought to appease the soviets by a program unarmed neutrality were soundly trounced. Returns Complete unofficial returns from 116 out 242 West German election districts totalled 10,238.708 valid votes. The distribution among major parties Christian democrats cd4,� 611,205 social democrats Spain happens to expectant dad los Angeles. Sept. 6 ins a what almost every expectant father fears most happened to Charles Ransom. He was driving his wife to los Angeles general Hospital when suddenly he got a Flat tire. Just then the Stork decided to make its appearance and Ransom went dashing for assistance. The Panicky father dashed into nearby Alhambra receiving Hospital shouting for help and then ran Back to his car. He started the car up Flat tire and All and went bumping Down the Street with two ambulances in hot Pursuit. The ambulances finally caught up with the rattled father and transferred mrs. Jeanette Ransom her Newborn daughter and Ransom to the Hospital. The Mother and daughter Are doing Fine the father is still a nervous wreck. 1950, the Quot second month after splashed except to put a lot Deans capture then released but Money into a Hole in the ground under surveillance since at the University the site Lovelace proposes is some distance from any other which has been suggested. A years Long argument Over Sites has involved chiefly three spots the University new Mexico Campus City owned property just East the Railroad tracks Between Central East and Tijeras ave. Be and undeveloped acreage North St. Joseph Hospital. Deal Falls through the City several years ago entered into a contract with the University to build an auditorium University land at Campus and Lomas blvd. Be. It constructed a storm sewer the property Only to have the Deal fall through because bids the proposed building were More than the available Money the new Mexico supreme court ruled illegal a Revenue Bond Issue proposed to make up the deficit. The original City University agreement is still in effect commissioner Don Wilson declared at a recent City commission meeting. The discussion a City auditorium at that meeting ended in another unsettled dispute the old question where to put it radar jamming tinfoil throws chinese in panic pow relates Freedom Village Korea monday sept. 7 up a two american army officers freed sunday by the reds told How chinese guards fearful germ warfare were in panic when u. S. Planes dropped tinfoil strips used to Jam radar tracking equipment. It. George r. Deakin 28, Columbus ga., and Oakland cal., who was captured nov. 2, 1950, gave this description a it was in the Spring 1952. Tinfoil strips began falling our Camp area. The chinese came around picking them up with Long. Chopsticks and putting them in bottles. They had their sleeves rolled up and their arms painted up to the Elbow with Mercur Chrome. All them were wearing masks. A one the prisoners i done to remember his name picked up one the tinfoil strips and put it in his Mouth. The chinese went completely mad shouting a very bad very with Deakin at the interview was it. William h. Funchess jr., 25, Orangeburg s. C., who was captured nov. 4, 1950, while with the 25th division. Funchess said he a got into a Little trouble for tearing Down chinese posters about the his action Cost him to toll Days in the Hole. Deakin attempted once to escape but was caught the second night he took off from the Camp. He said that after his capture a i witnessed brutality but i was struck Only once. They tied us up and it was an infantry Captain told his release How he tried to escape three times and once was free for 13 Days. The officer capt. William a. Mcclain 32, Youngstown Ohio said a most us Are Damn Good anti communists after their pow experience. Mcclain first tried to escape in december 1950, with other coat hired a file re they were arrested again saturday night because a our previous investigations them proved identical general Deans own account his capture a the police said. Officers identified the men As Han Doo Kyoo 40, and Choe Chong Bong 24. The officers said a third suspect Park Chong Kyoo joined red guerrilla forces and was killed by South korean police last year. Dean after his repatriation told How he became separated from the remnants his command the u. S. 24th infantry division after the North korean reds had overwhelmed the american Force at Taejon july 20, 1950. Ill and weak with hunger after wandering More than 30 Days in an attempt to reach american lines the general said aug. 25 he met a civilian who promised to help him. But instead the civilian led Dean into a trap and the reds pounced him overcame him and threw him into a cell. South korean police records quoting a South korean official who was in Chingju prison when Dean was brought in said the general refused to give military information to the enemy and said a fall i need to Tell you is my name and rank which you should report to the International red Cross at b-36s Fly nonstop across Pacific Dayton o., sept. 8 ins a two air Force b-36 heavy bombers landed at Ohio bases today after completing the first nonstop flight across the Pacific Ocean without refuelling. One the Long Range bombers touched Down at Wright Patter son air Force base near Dayton As an added attraction to the National air show in Progress nearby. The second landed at lock Burne fab near Columbus. The planes completed the trip from Tokyo an estimated 6750 Miles in about 33 hours. Air Force officials would not disclose speeds altitudes reached by the giant bombers. Col. Granville h. Wright Sun Valley cal., Pilot the plane that landed at Wright Patterson said they had no trouble. He described the flight As a routine training Mission. The weather and Vicinity continued fair with Little change in tempera Ture through today and tuesday. High today 89. Lowe tonight 47 in Valley 53 in height 62 at Airport. New hrs Ico generally fair today and tonight. Little change in temperature High today 8 to 95. Low tonight 30 to 40 Northern mountains 45 to 5 Northwest 50 to 60 elsewhere. Afo Observance is planned Here for labor Day today is labor Day. Not too Many years ago it would have been the occasion for a big Parade All labor Union members in the City to Rio Grande Park where the remainder the Day would be spent in picnicking speeches and contests among the various unions. But since the War the City and its labor unions have been too Large for such a gathering. So the Day will pass without Observance by labor except for a few evening dances sponsored by some the unions. Family picnics and other get together will feature the Day in Many Albuquerque Homes. Other Albuquerque residents will spend the Day quietly at Home. A number others will return tonight after a Long weekend spent out the City. It will be a Holiday for practically every resident. Closed will be All offices stores Banks and other establishments. There will be no mail delivery except for special delivery. Even the Albuquerque animal shelter will be closed. Three killed in hew Mexico traffic mishaps russians explain defeat in Germany Berun. Sept. 6 up a i communist controlled East Berlin radio tonight started to Lay Down an Alibi for tho West German elections which routed the communists and sent their Arch enemy Chancellor Konrad Adenauer into a commanding Lead. It said a reports Are coming in terroristic acts by Adenauer the radio blamed Adenauer followers for the beating up a socialist named Kart Gruene in the town Unna by three members tho free Germany party Ftp member Adenauer s coalition government. The radio also charged the roman Catholic Church in West Germany with a influencing the Adenauer to a Catholic. Police ambulance in mercy run state police and the Albuquerque ambulance service combined forces late saturday to Rush an 11-year-old boy stricken with polio from Cuba to St. Joseph Hospital in Albuquerque. The trip was arranged by the Cuba health Center which has had 11-year-old William Montoya under observation for about two weeks. He seemed worse saturday so the Center called state police. State police capt. K. K. Miller stationed in Santa be rushed the boy in his police car to Bernalillo where Albuquerque ambulance picked him up. The ambulance got hit to the Hospital just before Midnight. Or. Stuart Adler gave William treatment after he reached the Hospital and attendants said he seemed to be doing Well sunday. Today weather to be warm fair and dry sunday was warm fair and dry throughout new Mexico. The Weatherman said the same weather would prevail today labor Day. But Early morning temperatures have started their seasonal decline. Low sunday morning in the Valley area Albuquerque was 44 degrees. Lowest at the Airport was 18 degrees above that. Albuquerque had a High temperature sunday 89. Rodeo in the southwestern part the state had 97, to be the warmest report ing Point in tho state. Other highs included Farmington 89, Carlsbad 9 and Las vegas 82. By the associated press three persons have died highways in the state so far Over the labor Day weekend. Killed sunday was 9-year-old Rudy Martinez Bloomfield. He was Riding a bicycle when struck near Bloomfield by a car driven by Hipolito Sanchez Blanco near Aztec. The Accident occurred state Road 17. Dead in accidents saturday Are Don Frederick Buskirk 28, Carlsbad and 75-year-old Joseph Fowler Hometown unknown. Buskirk died in an Accident six Miles East Carlsbad u. S. 180. His car collided with another driven by d. Comer 33, Hobbs. Injured in the Accident were Joyce Buskirk no age Given George Buskirk 3, and Martha Buskirk one year old daughter the Buskirk. State police said Fowler was killed one half mile East Grants u. S. 66 when a car pulling a trailer swerved to avoid hitting him and the trailer ran Over him. Driving the trailer was Joseph l. Moulton los Angeles. Car thief flees crashes escapes journal special Las Cruces sept. 6�?police Southern new Mexico Are searching for a car thief who outran a police car sped through a Roadblock then fled foot after crashing into a service Sta tion near Here Early sunday. The 100-mile-per hour Chase began at Anthony n. M., and ended at Mesilla Park. The Driver Hasni to been found. The car a 1951 Buick was stolen saturday at fort Bliff Tex. 2,865,194 free democrats ftp1,070,928 German party do387,039 refugee party bhe846,766 communists kid205,-653, German Reich party drop96,850 All German Peoples party gap121,011. Sharp vigilance by West Gei Man authorities prevented a feared outbreak by red thugs from East Germany who spent sunday in jail instead molesting voters As the government charged they were ordered to do by Moscow. Election free violence the election took place in a Calm violence free atmosphere. Another late election issues endorsement Adenauer by u. S. Secretary state John Foster Dulles which socialist Leader Erich Mollenhauer denounced As interference in the German election apparently did Adenauer no harm. The election shaped up As a thundering Victory for the Chancellor and his vigorous policy close ties with the West. Throughout the Campaign he called for support for his project to provide German troops for the common defense Europe. People agree unofficial vote totals showed the people agreed. The opposition socialists led by the mild Mollenhauer Cope with the Christian democrats. Even in districts where socialists had held first rank traditionally the conservative Christian Democrat party made Strong headway. Such a place was the City Frankfurt which swung from the socialists to the Christian hew Questa Road dedicated Questa. Sept. 6 up a gov. Edwin l. Mechem today clipped the ribbon opening six Miles state Highway 3, the first All paved Road Between Walsenburg colo., and Taos. Mechem and members the state Highway commission attended the Road dedication ceremonies the new Bridge near Here which spans red River. The dedication started at noon with a dinner and lasted three hours. Mechem Highway Engineer c. O. Erwin and Highway commissioner Ralph Jones spoke at the ceremonies. The dedication was followed by Indian dances and singing by Questa High school students. Police Check delayed a Deputy lock door Albuquerque police were hampered in an investigation last night by a Bernalillo county sheriffs Deputy. The Deputy was passing the Arrowhead service station at 423 fourth St. So when he heard the burglar alarm ringing. He stopped to investigate and found the door open. After making sure nothing was missing the Deputy closed the door and called City police to finish the investigation. But the police weren table to get into the building to make their investigation for several hours. The door was locked

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