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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Bradford, Pennsylvania No in. Round a labor Day is just another a Labory Day to some Bradford ians that sales tax the howls of rage from Harris Burg and other cities Abou Pennsylvania a new sales to continue to grow and not All of it being done by politicians trying use the Levy As a political football True the politicians Are getter in their share of licks As did be John h. Dent who called for special session of the legislature spell out regulations on the tax. But possibly the Best Story to come out of the confusion sur rounding the tax was a Little item the associated press Cai Rind the other Day. It seems the Commonwealth i taxing itself for state construe lion work despite the fact that the Law exempts state and municipal agencies. The gimmick is this the sales tax Bureau has ruled that a contractor who buys material to be used in state construction work must the tax As the ultimate consumer. However the Law says he May include the sales tax in the costs i which he passes on to the com vol. <6. No. 263. Mon wealth. So he includes the tax in his bids and if he gets the contract Pennsylvania is literally taking the Money out of one pocket and putting it into another. A i l clerk Telephone Iterator policeman fire and these Are just a few the occupations entail a Holiday work so that lose on vacation May be red. Shown Here in the Mal order Are Robert Lark of 45 Belleview ave., Irving mail miss Grace loom of 23 Congress pl., Mior operator at the local Ell Telephone co. Office patrolman Joseph Linane f la Hobson pl., receiving Call from a a vacationer and William Wells of 213 Ackson ave., passing time tule awaiting the a a alarm hat May or May not come. Era photos by Don Barry moist Holiday some cloudiness today with a few scattered showers and High of 70 to 76. Tuesday partly Cloudy with moderate temperature. Cd tora baseball twice attend if you can if you can to tune in the two Bradford Jamestown games on Vav Esb this afternoon and evening. Established 1877 Bradford pa., monday morning september 7, 1953. Full associated press service Price five cents Hail we Farewell de Hogan who has been at various times reporter photographer state editor and City editor for the Era Drew his final paycheck from this organization Friday. De will enter the Seminary at St. Bonaventure University to study for the Priesthood. While his friends and colleagues have already said their Good byes and Good lurks its wishes to add its Best wishes to Hoagie in his new career. It la take a Little getting used to addressing him As father Hogan but we re sure of two things hell make a Fine priest and wherever he May go hell have a Host of friends. So longed. Nazis reds repulsed Bradena Iier Iii Here and there Fred sics Bradford Era staff writer who has been a patient at Bradford Hospital for the last week or so. Has Ben discharged and is recuperating at Home. East Bradford businessmen cooking up a gala labor Day Celebration details of which will be found elsewhere in this edition. This is the Day that was set aside to Honor the american working Man. Our of a Hope is that it Isnit the Day you or some other of our readers chooses to lose his life in a needless Accident. We be said it before and Well probably say it Many times again take it easy on the highways particularly on holidays when the roads Are even More crowded than usual. This is really the last Chance tor most area children of school age to celebrate. Most area schools will be in full swing by this time next week. One thing this sales tax has done returned to a position of respectability the lowly Penny. Many a Man who refused to carry pennies in his pockets now goes out of his Way to make sure he has some before venturing into the streets. Revamping of a charted by Gray is effective today residents to relax play watch Parade marking Laborda y for most Bradford area residents today is a Holiday. That Means a Day off from the Job sleeping late picnicking or pleasure driving. But for some a minority today is just like any other Day. For those who Supply the a services a its up at the same time go to work Dulles branded As blundered by irate Wyatt Leeds. England sept. 6 to a Woodrow Vav y a 11. Undersecretary for War in the tonner labor government tonight accused u. S. Of state John Foster blundering in world of reds sweated pcs to confess after armistice both elected and come Home tired. These Are the people who make sure that phone Calls goes through that the mail is sorted in time for tomorrows delivery or that Homes and their occupants Are protected from fire and criminals. They see that the newspaper is there on the breakfast table or on the newsstand which is open for the Public a availability. They Cook or w Ait on tables at restaurants they put Oil and Gas in the car for Holiday driving or they attend the sick. Outdoors for Many nevertheless today is labor Day t and labor Day is a Holiday. Thou Sands of area residents will head for i outdoor playgrounds aided by moderate temperatures predicted by the u. S. Weather Bureau. In Bradford the East Bradford business association will sponsor a Day Long program of entertainment including rides for children a Street j dance a Parade fireworks and a concert. At 7 30 p. In. The Parade is slated to leave Lincoln ave. At East main St. And head for Hawthorn rd., the disbanding Point. The rides will be available All Day while the dance band concert and fireworks will follow the Parade. Division listed the line of March is divided into i four divisions first City officials Elk Capitol band Rebecca Drill team and Derrick City fire department. Second Salamanca v f w drum corps and auxiliary Wellsville n. Y., Drill team Hilltop fire department including the senior i y band w b a no. 5 of Bradford Washington sept. 6 .9�? the and the Rew fire department Long pending reorganization of the third Limestone drum corps veterans administration becomes Bradford Rainbow girls Drill team Secretary Dulles of fairs. A never a i before. Or. Dulles a a Man spent so Long in preparing himself to be foreign Secretary and made such a fool of himself and his country when he finally got Tho weeks liberated yanks fell How germ warfare hoax by As developed Freedom Village Korea monday sept. 7 apr freed american airmen begin unfolding sunday the gruesome inside Story of How chinese reds perpetrated the korean War s biggest hoax germ warfare a a confessions a by tortures carried on Long after the truce was signed j six of the a a confessed airmen who came out to Freedom sunday a held Back until the last Day would t talk right away. Two were marked a no press j by examining doctors who said j they were in no condition to Tell i about their experiences now. A a confessed on july 27 two of the highest ranking u. Sair Force officers captured by the reds said sunday after their re lease that they held out until two 1 after the armistice was in readies petition half Way Mark on reds to account in vote canvass for missing Cash yes seen landslide Panmunjom monday sept. 7 apr the United nations command today prepared a stiff demand on the communists for the return or an accounting of americans known to have been captured by the reds but not returned in the prisoner Exchange which storm remains major threat to Seaboard ended yesterday. A there is no time to by wasted a said a u. N. Spokesman. He said the demand on the reds probably would be made today. Reveal torture this was a postscript to the tragic last Day of the prisoner expensive margin said Washington Triumph As 26,000,000 ballot Bonn Germany sept. 7 apr pro american Chancellor Konrad Adenauer won a landslide election Victory today. West Germany voted to rearm with the West rejected socialist neutralise routed the following their election at the 33th american legion convention in St. Louis mrs. Harold Burdette president of the legion auxiliary of Brooklyn and Arthur j. Connell of Middletown conn., National legion commander receive an ovation on speakers stand. International Wyatt said in a speech. Wyatt declared that through the u. S ambassador in Italy Dulles told the italians which Way the United states wanted them to vote in the italian elections. Wyatt added a the has followed that Blunder by ordering germans to vote today for or. Adenauer. Effective tomorrow. The Basic reorganization plan worked out by former administrator Carl r. Gray jr., for the announced purpose of increasing efficiency and paving the Way for i economies. However it was not approved by the White House until after Gray left office last july. A officials told a reporter today it is not known yet whether any present personnel will be discharged because of tire changes. They said flatly there would be Shinglehouse drum corps Weston Mills fire department and Junior i y band. Fourth locomotive of the Bradford 40 and 8 five floats. Fifth More floats the Joey band car. Flank Whites mule team and Joey Clown band sponsored by the orak Grotto of Bradford and the roping fans Arena a mounted unit. Capt. Leland c. Flynn of Bradford a recently returned Veteran of the korean War. Has been named honorary Parade Marshall. John Burke is general Parade Marshall. And Lawrence Brown is Celebration Ops Hie lion Lair r i to i til. On Turnpike killings Pittsburgh. Sept 6 in a .32 Caliper automatic found in their Auto led state police to question two men yesterday about the Penn Sylvania Turnpike slayings. The pair Arthur Moorehead 19, of Pittsburgh and James r Jones 24, of Detroit were arrested after a wild 85-mile-an-hour Auto Chase in Pittsburgh. They were held for court on charges of robbery and violation of the firearms act. Signed on july 27. But the reds made them backdate their a a confessions to last May. Yet another airman 2nd it. Richard g. Voss of Osborne. Kansas captured july 17, 1952 questioned daily until his release yesterday. And a a confessed Only after red doctors stood by while maggots crawled Over his untreated wounds. A the Way they handled me. They let the maggots do it a the 24-year-old flier said. a body reaches a pita i to lie Iii stale state pow la roil in Home by air transport Tokyo monday sept. 7 Oft Twenty two americans freed from communist prison Camps left by plane sunday from Tokyo Shaneda Airport for the United states. They included Cpl. Charles m. Egresitz Harrisburg a Washington. Sept. 6 .9�?the body of Gen. Jonathan m. Wainwright arrived in the nations capital today to lie in state until burial tuesday in Arlington National cemetery. The remains of the hero of Cor Reg dior were brought by plane from Kelly air Force base san Antonio Tex where simple services were held yesterday. Washington. Sept. 6 a the weather Bureau tonight advised i maximum precautions along the i new England coast against dangerous Northeast gales heavy seas i and High tides if the Center of the Atlantic Hurricane continues its present course. In an la p. Rn., est advisory the i weather Bureau said the Hurricane is now moving northward about 18 Miles per hour with the Center about 225 Miles South of Nantucket. Mass. The highest winds Are about too Miles per hour near the Center and gales extend outward 250 Miles mostly in the Eastern sections of the storm. A this is still a dangerous storm a the Bureau said. Coneen returns to Shah w ailing at Airport Tehran Iran. Sept. 6 up Queen Soraya returned to Tehran from Rome today. Wainwright 70, died wednesday.1 smiling happily she alighted throughout tomorrow and for from the plane to meet the Shah two hours prior to tuesday s serv to greeted her warmly at the ices w Ith full military honors the body w ill lie in state in the trophy change yesterday w Hen american communist party and smashed an attempted nazi comeback. It was a political disaster for Moscow and a Triumph for Washington. A Mammoth turnout of 26 million of 33 million eligible voters gave an overwhelming endorsement to Adenauer a policy of contributing German manpower and resources to the military defense of the free world. Seri lists whipped too the socialists who opposed rearmament and sought to appease the soviets by a program of unarmed neutrality were soundly trounced. Complete Enol Lucial returns from 116 out of 242 West German election districts totalled 10,233,708 valid votes. The distribution among major parties Christian democrats cd4,-611,205 social democrats spa con Gnu on Page 2 crashed air plane till two bodies hound on Hillside room of the Arlington Amphitheater the first so honoured since the burial of the unknown Soldier. Capitals Mehraban Airport. The Shah himself flew Back to Tehran aug. 22 Aller his forces wrested the nations control from Mohammed Mossadegh aug. 19. Airmen with Brilliant records in both world War la and the korean fighting were returned with obvious Marks of mental torture on them. The u. N. Command declined to say immediately How Many Allied War prisoners Are on the missing list pending a final Cross Check of those released during the 33 Days of operation big switch. But it was believed the number would be a substantial one. The names have been compiled by intelligence officers for the last three years from evidence in communist broadcasts propaganda letters from the missing men and double Check of testimony of men who have been freed. Heading the list of the still miss i my is air Force capt. Harold j Fischer a double Jet Ace from i i Swea City Iowa. Fischer is cred-1 Ltd with to Mig Jet kills. Fischer s return had been sex i petted on the last Day of the sex i change. The communists had i boasted in a piping radio Broad a cast that they shot Fischer Down Over Manchuria last Spring and i 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 Sun Day concluded the list. Demand Only option beyond demanding the return or accounting for those men the u. N command believes the reds still continued on Page 2 hold there is Little the u. N. Can in Ive in flairs ii Oshee Buhl for delivering it enrol Dean victim of betrayal Bysouth koreans Martin hits truce As Only breather a sees More strife no increase in personnel solely be Cau a of the reorganization and no chairman immediate promotions growing out judges tor the Parade Are Max of it. Polling chairman and Otto Boe Field station managers who Decker. Floyd Potter Joseph Pittilo heretofore have had to refer Many and Clarence Masten. Of their problems to Washington will be Given More direct authority in an Effort to Speed up decisions and service to veterans. Inside the it Ity ambulance completes two years service. Page 2 Hilltop firemen dedicate new stronger Siren. Page 3 owls Bernie prepare for Grid inaugurals Bridge. Comics Oro is word. Page 8 la hospitals. 12 7 radio. 18 2 society. 4 g me column 5 it operator of Tow Star Dies Iii hike it rash Pittsburgh sept 6 p a an Auto overturned late today on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Gibsonia in Allegheny county killing John Haggedus 35, of Central City Somerset county state police said Haggedus alone in the car was towing another Auto at the time the mishap raised to 65 the number of deaths on the super Highway this year. Seoul monday sept. 7 a two South koreans Are in jail. Accused of betraying u. S maj. Gen. William f Dean into communist Captivity the pair received $5 in korean Money i rom the reds for the betrayal National police Headquarters Quot Aid. Dean freed Friday Atter More than three years As a red prisoner of War is in Tokyo beginning two w weeks treatment for amoebic dysentery contracted during his Captivity. Watched two year Kim Chang Hung assistant director of a it lice. Said the two men. Both born in China previously a had been investigated in october. 1950, the second month alter Deans capture then released but kept under surveillance. They were arrested again saturday night because a your previous a third suspect Park Chong Kyoo joined red guerrilla forces and was killed by South korean police last year. Here is the South Korea police record account of Dean s capture and immediate subsequent events on the afternoon of aug. 25, 1950. A hollow cheeked american Soldier was walking wearily along a country Road near Zedong. A korean Hamlet in the Vicinity of Chinan. Hid out for month the Soldier completely exhausted from nearly one month of hiding met a korean Larmer named Hail Doo Kyoo. The american Soldier asked the Village for help. The korean showed his willingness to help the foreigner and told him to follow while the korean was Leadmo the Soldier toward chilian the comm was jul prison. Until this time the Soldier not identified As Gen. Dean. According to a South korean Justice official Lee Byungho. Who was in the same prison the american Soldier was identified As Dean Atter spending Only a night at the prison. After the general told the reds his name and rank the reds gave him better treatment. They put him in the private quarters of the commandant of the Cera Tell me to do a eral. The reds were careful in confirming identification of Dean. Even after Dean disclosed his name and rank the communists took Yoon Suk Koo former minister of communications out of prison i Massachusetts said to have him identify the prize truce in Korea is Only american captive. Identification confirmed Yoon although he had seen Dean Gandee Ville w 6 w1�?house speaker prison until he was taken to Seoul during de american military gov investigations of them proved Ideo-1 nist Home guards discovered them lost Black a White male setter Vicinity m Alton. on Collar. Reward. Phone 7135. Heal to Gen. Deans own account of his capture a the police said. Officers identified the men As Han Doo Kyoo 40, and Choe Chong Bong 24 the officers said i and took the weary Soldier to the Sang Hun communist police Post. There he met More reds. After a night in this police jail the american was taken to Chong through Taejon several Days later. A remained mum the general did not give any military information to the interrogating reds pointing out a fall i need to Tell you is my name and rank which you should report to the International red Cross at when asked about a american intervention in Korea Dean told the red officials to refer political questions to Washington. A i am a professional Soldier educated in America and ail i do carry out what my Superior off 1 Ern ment Days and certainly must have been familiar with Deans i face said the captive a a probably we As the general in question. This Story of Deans Early Days in communist hands also was told to this correspondent by Lee. Prosecutor of the South korean Justice i ministry. Lee who escaped a communist massacre of 1.500 South korean i civilian prisoners in Chunju in september 1950, said Dean did not i lose his dignity and integrity while sin communist hands. Va., sept Martin today a breathing spell and a a the vicious communist aggressors will strike Martin addressing Gandeeville a annual Homecoming Celebration Aid consequently the United states a must support the South koreans not Only morally but with arms and he also called for Aid to rebuild the Power of Japan to resist communist aggression and for assistance to the chinese nationalists a in their Brave fight to bring Freedom once again to the chinese luncheon hotel Emery Coffee shop Wiinie i it u�?�-1v entry travel serv isl Emery lobby. Phone c166 Lor prompt insurance service j phone the Smith Agency 8712 Somerset pa., sept. 6 two bodies and the wreckage of a single engine plane were found late today on an abandoned farm i eight Miles West of this southwestern Pennsylvania town. State police identified the victims As Charles Stegura 31, son it of or. And mrs. Peter Stegura of Uniontown and Peter Bennett 30. J Bennett a address was not immediately know n. The plane apparently crashed Friday night during a rain storm state police said. It slowed into a Small Hill on the farm in Laurel Hill state Park near Bakersville in Somerset county. The bodies were thrown Clear of the Craft. State police opened an invest i of ration in an Effort to determine the the cause of the tragedy. Heart ailment lakes i Ife of Hitler aide Munich. Germany sept. 6 g a Walter Darre 58, who was hitlers food and agriculture minister for nine years died of a heart ailment last night at a private clinic Here physicians announced today. Darre applied Hitler hic policies to German and was sentenced by can court in German 1949, to seven years in for War crimes. He a of participation in the eminent a confiscatory from jews and of hot slave labourer from pol 1 Many during the War. Anti sem Zigri culture an a Merlin april Irison ment convicted nazi gov of land Ping Seral and to her

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