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Independent Long Beach (Newspaper) - October 27, 1950, Long Beach, CaliforniaWeather rain this morning Clearing in afternoon. Mostly sunny to Morrow. Windy and cooler today. Slightly warmer to Morrow. High yesterday 70, Low 55. Home edition l. B. 70-5951 Torrey 7-9736 Long Beach 12, Calif., Friday oct. 27, 1950 vol. 13, no. Commies massacre sick. Wounded yanks mourners besiege than people crowded around Temple Israel in Hollywood yesterday to wait their turn to file through the Church for a last look at Singer Ai Jolson. He died Only a few weeks after he completed a tour through Korea to entertain soldiers. Stories More pictures on pages 4-a and a a. Raft Satot storm rips coast san Francisco oct. Caused a general Power failure for j reached As High As 75 Miles an one of the most violent. About an hour. Telephone radio hour. Storms in years lashed the Pacific i and teletype communications Over j the Sacramento weather by coast from Washington to Santa most of the City were also Dis Reau reported .83 Inch of rain fell Barbara Calif., today causing at erupted. Winds up to 75 Miles per Between and p. M. With least two deaths and an untold hour bowled Over huge Trees dam amount of property damage. The winds preceded an unusually intense storm entered about 350 Miles off the Oregon coast. A decrease in wind was fore cast late tonight in Northern areas and by Friday along the Southern coast of Northern Cali fornia. The weather Bureau said at it p. M. That the storm Center had moved up off the Washington. State coast. However the Bureau said a new storm is forming about 1200-Miles off Vancouver. Gusts of wind reached As High As 70 Miles an hour on the Marin county coast. Throughout Northern califor Nia Trees were uprooted and felled Power lines were Down communications and shipping were disrupted windows were smashed and traffic was snarled. In san Francisco whole areas of the City were blacked out for rain squalls due in Long Beach today squally winds of 20 to 80 mile an hour intensity Are expected to sweep across the City today on the heels of sporadic showers the it. S. Weather Bureau reported Early this morning. Effects of practically a state wide weather turmoil were Felt Only briefly Here last night. Showers were reported in the Bellflower and North Long Beach areas along with drizzle in other parts of the City. However the Weatherman expressed the probability that showers would increase substantially Here this morning. A Quarter of an Inch in one 10 minute period just at the Peak of the High winds. Some Snow had been reported at Donner Summit this morning but it turned into rain this afternoon As the storm moved into Nevada the Bureau said. The state Highway patrol at Sacramento reported their main transmitter silenced by downed Telephone lines. They said a Power line pole had blown Down across one Road near gait Calif. A dozen or More ships in san Francisco Bay some of them recently taken from Mothballs for see storm Page 4a minutes Ai a time. At Sacramento the storm aging houses and parked cars and blocking Many City streets. The Sacramento police depart ment urged All citizens to stay at Home As. Gusts of wind Jimmy never misses a bet editorial Annu menu it in apparent Jimmy Roosevelt sees nothing wrong making a private income from his political connections. If the j voters agree with his philosophy they will elect him As gov error. But if they believe political morality Means a Man j should scrupulously avoid personal profit from his political position they will defeat Jimmy Roosevelt because other employers have had similar experiences we Are reprinting an editorial we. Used last March. It describes the activities of candidate Roosevelt today As truly As it did when we wrote j of Cio Union offi Aak walked into a local Perm last week for negotiations on a new contract bight off continued on Page a a friends asked to Pray for doomed girl 9 Azusa oct. 26 mrs. Harriet Wright 29, sought the prayers of friends and Well wish ers today for her daughter Linda 3, near death with leukaemia. Mrs. Wright said the child Given Only a week to live by doctors would be baptized by the pastor who married her and her husband House Painter Wilbur Wright 33. She asked prayers for the child because when prayers said she seemed a Little features Index Drew Pennon Tecker radio Tor .48-47a 1-12b is s4a 44a 44a a s-1sa aiding reds . Ship eyed Washington oct. Senate investigators charged to Day that an american merchant ship is loading War material for communist China and customs officials to act promptly. The vessel which was not named is picking up cargo at new York Philadelphia and Baltimore they said. Air drop aids encircled so. Koreans Kunuji North Korea of. 27 Friday . Chinese communist troops have entered Korea maj. Gen. You Hae Heung commander of the South korean 2nd corps said today. American officers of the korean military advisory group serving with the koreans said captured prison ers reported that the chinese troops have russian advisers with them. Tokyo oct. Lift. Advance guards of the South korean sixth division won the race to the manchurian Border thursday but their supporting troops were Cut off by red forces 50 Miles South and had to be sup plied by air drop. Heavy fighting flared in the Ulsan area 60 Miles North of Pyongyang where it was revealed the hard pressed communists had murdered another 29 american prisoners because they were too ill or badly wounded to March on into Manchuria. The sixth division s spearhead captured chosen thursday and drove on another three Miles to the Yalu River Boundary with Man Churia. Chosen fell with no major fighting reported. 60 Miles South however in the area of Ulsan regimental forces of both the South korean sixth and first divisions were attacked and Cut off for a while by three North korean regiments and an see reds face 4a men without a country latvian bom Ernest Karulis left and Janis Paltin sit glumly on Steps of United states immigration service Headquarters at terminal Island awaiting permission to slay in Long Beach. The pair who said they free bag russians arrived Here yesterday aboard a 25-foot Sloop alter a 15-Bonth voyage from Stockholm. Sweden. Story on Page 7-a. Ten

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