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20 Aug 1950

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20 Aug 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 20, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 21, no. 16racine, wis., sunday August 20, 1950 6 pages reds massing for big drive by Earnest 1ioberecht Tokyo our a communist troops were reported massing along the Southern front for what May be a big new drive toward the base port of Pusan. They were trying desperately for a Victory to offset their recent setbacks on the Northwestern front. Allied forces wiped out the last Trace of enemy resistance in the big Paktong Bridgehead Southwest of Taegu and advanced a mile and a half Northwest of the City for a total two Day gain of four Miles. Repulse first attacks new red attacks were reported however in the 25th division Sec Tor of the Southern front and Gen. Douglas Macarthur reported communist troops were massing 30 reds belittle captured go s ?" up a the literary Gazette s War correspondent in Korea today described captured american soldiers he had interviewed As uncultured a of gangsters and a stupid toughs from some place like Indiana or ?� the correspondent Alexander Chakovsky identified one captive As Paul Sanders the a Oson of a Rich Indiana ?� the correspondent gave no further identification. He asked Sanders How he got to Korea. 44 a an order this gangster from Indiana sullenly replied a wrote Chakovsky. A no culture. The correspondent to account added Sanders was told he was a person and therefore should have opinions. A of done to mess about in politics a Sanders replied. Sanders was asked w to Charles Dickens was. At first he did not comprehend the question but later replied a ooh yeah something for ?� a of have no notion of culture a Sanders said. The correspondent said he interviewed another american Soldier who he reported was dead drunk and had tattooed on his hand a Ohonor above ?� picture prisoners. Quot these Are the american stormtroopers stupid toughs from some place like Indiana or Oklahoma picturing themselves As supermen yet cowardly talking about taking orders a Chakovsky said. The literary Gazette also published a photograph of a group of american War prisoners asserting they were signing the so called Stockholm peace petition. They were not identified. Circulate petition to overthrow Stalin Baraboo. ?"<u.ri�?"william o Hart socialist candidate for governor is sending the first 200 signatures on his a Baraboo petition calling for the overthrow of the Stalin government to Sec. Of state Dean Acheson. The petition addressed to the people of the soviet Union labels the soviet government the aggressor in Korea and urges the russians to revolt against Stalin and the communist dictatorship the first name on the petition is that of Frank p. Zeidler mayor of Milwaukee. Miles West and Southwest of Masan. The 25th division repulsed the first Southern attacks but a Large enemy Force was reported moving East from Schinju to stiffen communist front line forces. In the Paktong bulge area South korean forces killed 1,200 red troops and captured 1,000. The balance of the 10,000 to 12,000 communists who moved into the bulge at the height of the attack there had been driven Back across the River. Maj. Gen. John Church commander of the army Marine task Force which cleaned out the Bridgehead said u. S. Forces a have the whole Section under ?� United press War correspondent Robert c. Miller who toured the entire bulge area with reps j Hugh d. Scott jr., r., pa., and Henry j. Latham r., n. said they found no sign of enemy resistance. Air Force and Navy warplanes continued to Harry the reds As they withdrew across the Paktong. Take Small Island. On Marine observation Post reported that Carrier based corsairs set tire to an Assembly Point on the West Bank where communists were regrouping after retreating across the River under cover of a smoke screen. Macarthur also announced that South korean naval forces had landed apparently unopposed a on tiny Tok Chok to Island 30 Miles Southwest of the big West coast port of Inchon and occupied the Village of Chin in. It was not Clear whether the South koreans planned to make the Island a permanent base for future attacks or whether the Landing was intended merely As a raid. Something fishy around Wausau Wausau. ?" of a there to something fishy going on in these parts but sheriff Carl Mueller has been casting around for the reason without Success. Four times in the past month Marathon county residents have come across boxes of smoked chubs neatly stacked along roads or in forests. Mrs. Ervin Kufahl of the town of Wausau said she found 12 boxes on a Side Road near her Home Friday and the Rev. Alfred Schroeder said he found 12 boxes in some Woods not far from there. Wednesday 14 boxes were found along a county Road near Elderon 25 Miles Southeast of Here. Several weeks ago someone found 14 boxes on a Road South of Here. All the boxes weighed to pounds and the contents were reported fresh and fit to eat. Markings on the boxes show they were made in Green Bay the sheriff said but there was no indication of where the fish were packed. Green Bay authorities knew to of no reports of stolen fish. Home building booms government reveals Washington a i pm the government reported that july was the Best Home building month in history. The Bureau of labor statistics said tentative figures show 144,000 new to non farm dwelling units were started in july to bring the total for the first seven months of the year to almost 893,000. Bare red loss on Battlefield Washington or a North korean communists have suffered 50,000 casualties since invading South Korea on june 25, a military spokesman estimated today. An army spokesman said that until about three weeks ago South korean casualties totalled 37.000. In both instances the figures covered killed wounded and missing. Military spokesmen refused to give an up to Date figure on total american casualties explaining that to do so would Aid the enemy. The greater part of South korean casualties was incurred in the first and second weeks of the War the army spokesman said. A oif there were any doubts about their meeting the enemy and coming to grips with him a he said a Othis should end those doubts. If they had t been in there fighting their losses would have been nothing like ?� 2 fires rage in California san Francisco pfc two fires raged out of control in opposite ends of California. The flames were shipped Over dry Forest and grass lands by Westerly winds. More than 50.000 acres East of san Diego have been blackened by a three Day Mountain fire w hich destroyed seven Homes and 12 Cabins. Cleveland National Forest officials hoped to bring the Blaze under control with a Force of More than too men provided a othe w ind Isno to too bad a near the California Oregon line in Modoc county flames whipped through 6,000 acres of Virgin White Pine Timber and forced the evacuation of women and children from the Railroad town of Hackamores. Highway traffic was blocked Midway Between Klamath Falls ore., and Alturas Calif. Too Miles to the Southeast. Ernest l. Garter regional fire dispatcher for the u. S. Forest service in san Francisco. Said at least $75,000 Worth of Timber has been destroyed in this fire presumed caused by Light Ning. The Southern California fire has travelled some 20 Miles in an Easterly direction in three Days and burned Over 6.000 acres of Cuy Amaca state Park As Well As Homes and Cabins in the Village of Descanso Park. Blackout War news from korean front fire Acheson and Johnson gop demands by William m. Lovell Des Moines up �?"repub-1 lican leaders from 12 Midwest and i Rocky Mountain states demanded that president Truman fire Secretary of state Dean Acheson and defense Secretary Louis Johnson. The gop state chairman unanimously adopted resolutions calling on or. Truman to replace Acheson and Johnson with men of �??� they also demanded replacement of the a ineffective members of Johnson to staff but did not name them. Charre bungling. Founder or. Acheson to direction the present state department has stubbornly adhered to policies uni Mica to the welfare of the United states and actually beneficial to the plots and schemes of the communist enemy a one Resolution charged. It accused the state department of a demonstrated ineptitude a a Olack of frankness with the people a and a general bungling of foreign ?� a Oit has deceived the american people into a sense of false Security a the republicans charged. The other Resolution scored the a disgraceful incompetence of the defense department under Johnson and accused it of a of improperly spending arms funds. Standing by for action a u. S. 50 Caliper machine gun Crew stands by for action somewhere in Korea. In front of the Soldier with the Rifle rear is an officer searching for enemy positions with Field glasses. A Barge is on the River above a military Pontoon Bridge. Neither the River nor the sector involved is identified. Americans and South koreans threw red forces Back on four korean Battlefront Friday in the biggest single Day to winnings for United nations troops. A wire photo via radio from u. S. Army. Expects War 7 to to years storks delivers Quad no. 4 of the american legion to National Security commission predicted the out Ion Quot a Rio said the. The today War win last Detent department to inactivation1 set a a a of valuable Seton Quot of the armed my a while he said the unused Force a is causing the bloodshed of i it or the embattled americans ?� Sydney ?" up a mrs. Betty Sara 29, an English War Bride completed her slow motion birth of quadruplets. The last Lincoln neb. A <u.gt�?"earle arrival was a boy. Cocke jr., of Georgia chairman j this is How the births registered thursday night a girl. Friday night a boy. Saturday a girl. Dedicate Shalt to 5 airmen Washington up a a Marble were Monument was dedicated saturday to the memory of five american airmen who wart shot Down exactly four year ago in Yugo saturday night a boy. Slavia. Doctor at be Bingen Hospital .,.-1ll it. Said the latest arrival was the1 government a of i Surj off weakest of the four. The other vials joined the families of the three Are doing Fine the phys Ava flyers in the ceremony at tag of this country which he con the cop conference also asked Sklut Toevs of i it Una tto Malta of snide the Nebraska legion i and the Mother is Arlington National cemetery. To crystallize party thinking on babies have been christened but a it �"�da.Force Gen. Carl a current International problems to Quot a Quot of their names were not his we Spaatz led in the placing of More a night under korean Moon brings Soldier close to Home by Hal Boyle ?"f/p a there arc night times Here that make american soldiers feel closer to Home. Many have told my so. To those holding outposts the darkness has the terror of the unfamiliar. But most soldiers Arentt on guard at night in an army or there would no to be enough to keep awake to fight at Daybreak. And Many of those who Are duty free to go to sleep stay awake and look up at the night and they feel closer to Home. For the Coaling air takes away the humid heat of Day and cloaks the sense of unfamiliar for those in bivouac without fear. And As they think of Home they compare the nights there and the nights Here without malice. They can to see the Rice paddies or the oxen or the japanese style rooftops or All the Hundred and one other things strange to them. The korean land comes into its own and it is Beautiful As most i a j Al n it under a Climata i. T ? i vomit s 1 h s the family sounds from a nearby korean Home the rugged snores the Wail of an infant and the a Oft padding Steps of a Mother getting up to see that her baby is All right. And he says to himself a Othats to the Way my folks sound at ?� a a the Hills have a splendor of their own Here under the etching Power of the Moon and a sky of Midnight Blue that brings heaven almost within reach of believing hands. A of never noticed there were so Many stars ?� said one Soldier touched with Awe. One night i stayed or and watched the stars in thei silent March. Below the Balcony of the old wooden school building on which i stood i could hear the sleepy stirrings of a korean family making the same night noises that other families would be making some 14 hours on the other Side of the world. A a an artillery illuminating Shell suddenly glared above the faraway Hills and floated Down beyond the horizon. Other shells found their voices after it a harrumph harrumph a then a give it Black Cloud to cd across the a in. It was Bent at the end in e Supe of a Yoke. And As i went to bed i wondered Why we ail had to Wear it foe and Friend Victor and vanquished. And i hoped it would never Shadow those it Home. Troops on move in China report Washington a senator Wiley a wis said Congress members have been told that a crack communist Force 200,000 Strong is being moved northward in China toward the korean Border. Wiley a member of the Senate foreign relations committee told a reporter he could no to divulge the source of his information. But he added a owe know there is a Strong Force of crack troops said to be largely made up of koreans trained to Manchuria by the russians that is moving northward through China. We Don t know yet what their destination ?� Wiley said he believes the a tremendous resistance put up by american and South korean troops against the North korean invaders has staved off any chinese communist attack on Formosa for the time being. By product of to assists in recovery London. Map a two children near death from tuberculosis meningitis apparently have been cured by a by product of tuberculosis itself plus a new wonder drug two British doctors reported. The doctors said the treatment consisted of injections of tuberculin liquid containing growth products of the tuberculosis germ and streptomycin. The treatment is being further tested on other patients. The report made by drs. Homer v. Smith and L. Vollum of the departments of surgery and bacteriology of Radcliffe infirmary at Oxford appeared in the current Issue of the British medical weekly lancet. Leave to Confer with Macarthur Washington. A Uris adm. Forrest p. Sherman chief of naval operations and Gen. J. Lawton Collin army chief of staff took off for Tokyo saturday for strategy talks with Gen. Douglas Macarthur. The.trip we till Mark the second t a s Nee the outbreak of hostilities that members of the joint chiefs of staff have flown to Tokyo for strategy talks with Macarthur. Collins and Gen. Hoyt s. Vandenberg air Force chief made a similar journey july to and returned july ii. Growing out of the korean situation. Undecided on meeting. However Gabrelson told newsmen that while he would not make a decision until he has for Means by which we can stand a their names were not disclosed Long 10-year War and still have a group to fight ?� Cocke said cities towns and areas along the Missouri missis saw red ships refuel report than a score of wreaths and Floral tributes. The front of the Marble Monument bears the names of the airmen capt. Richard h. Claeys St Charles 111. Capt. Blenn h. Free Romitan mex. A U.A two Stone Burley Idaho capt. Harold russian ships and a submarine f. Schreiber new Albany ind., have been seen recently refuel Cpl Matthew Comko Mon seen ing in guatemalan ports it was pa., and Cpl. Chester j. Lower reported Here. Enfield n. H. Three travellers All described i the Back of the memorial car As prominent lumbermen from the ties this simple inscription a you Sippi and Ohio Rivers should expect to be bombed because there Mally received the proposal he Are on a Ina or transportation Felt regional conferences he has Bridge crossing these three vital called a have accomplished the a prs to score direct hits on the same things As a National Confer Bridges would involve a four Sim ence would ?� be world War ii Type missions a he said an Eastern conference to said. Was held in Atlantic City in june. The russians have a plane a Western meeting at Salt Lake equivalent to american to b-29, _ City in july and a midwestern stripped of All safety devices and tiny British Crown Colony of be Oslavia August 19, 1946.�?� meeting is scheduled for Chicago Easi a can by 1500 Miles to bomb lice said they us two russian the Monument was paid for by september 14-15. J a a freighters loading fuel Oil in More than 300 voluntary Contri Gabrielson said a National policy Sci it puerto Barrios. They reported buttons Many by americans of meeting now would have a Ono a Cocke heed the United states that everybody on the carib yugoslav origin. Thorny to make a Campaign plat Bas a 50-5c Chandik bean coast of Guatemala knows the plane an unarmed transform which he said is the duty of a. I6 that soviet ships refuel ?� port was downed by yugoslav the National convention my Russia immediately but he. A ,. ,. Line it room Ald War with the soviet Ilse a j they said that a recently Quot they fighter ships while on a route inevitable. Amt is the Only pos Isaw. A a mysterious soviet sub flight which took it Over the you sible Means of survival he said Marine Dock at puerto livings go slav Border. And the Only Way to provide men one and discharge several after Long negotiations Yugo with a Chance to survive. Sengers before taking on fuel. Slavia agreed to $150,000 in he predicted that when United similar reports have been cd enmity and the incident was Windsor ont up Whan a nations troops reach the 38th made be past. Most placed closed. Windsor ont. Or when a a we can of the a secret russian naval based customs official told mrs. Lillian be knocked out of Berlin immedi on to Pacific coast. Divorces Diplomat suntan her slip was showing she lately since the russians always guatemalan exile however Las vegas Nev up mrs. Became embarrassed. Have a diversionary ?� told the United press recently it but when he started at it and that a Oruro in Guatemala was Lorraine then removed 62 packages of slip shows up customs dodger sewed in contraband Cigar ets she set 2 new records was More than mortified. A mrs. Suntan who had been a a Al planes turning from a trip to Detroit was fined $106. Manville Dresselhuys that the russian base if it exists sister of Oft married Tommy Man Detroit or a two was situated somewhere in the Ville has divorced Cornelius w. Peten Region of northeastern Dresselhuys former dutch dip j Guatemala. Both puerto barries Lomat now at the Hague. _. _. # new and puerto Livingstone Are log flight records were set during the rated in Peten fourth International Model plane Alfred h. Stevens 19. Cleveland some called to duty broke the previous record in Ltd will remain on jobs class c senior Speed event. His Washington a up a Myron plane was clocked at 134 68 Mph. Washington a U.A the Elmore Gurnea 48. An Fri in beating the old Mark of 129.47. Army said that some physicians Stegens said he had souped up dentists and nurses in Reserve or army removes last Telephone used by press Tokyo a in a War correspondents in Korea filed Only a trickle of news because their communications lines a both Telephone and teletype were removed. Army officials explained the equipment was needed to build up communications facilities in other military installations. The teletype circuit and Telephone lines which had linked correspondents with their Tokyo offices were removed completely. The Only news that could be relayed from Headquarters correspondents was phoned Over one of the Rew non military telephones still remaining in use. Eighth army Headquarters always has barred newsmen from using telephones inside of Headquarters. Removal of telephones and teletype a been underway two Days. Final link goes the last press Telephone line located in the correspondent it Billet was taken out after newsmen literally sat on it to hold it associated press correspondent Leif Erickson reported. At one Point in negotiations preceding this it was understood the Telephone would be left for the use of correspondents. Later this last circuit also was taken out although Brig. Gen. George i. Back general Macarthur to signal officer said he had informed his Field officers that if the equipment were not needed it would be a of desirable to keep it for press use. Back said it was a necessary to thin out the signal corps equipment at Headquarters a Oto provide some auxiliary communications for other ?� he said the press phone however was removed on the instructions of the eighth army and he did not know the details. Further explanation from eighth army Field Headquarters was unavailable because neither they nor Erickson could be reached by Telephone. May Force fool it was Likely however that other military factors were involved. Back said he was informed the eighth army proposed to limit newsmen to a single Pool Story on behalf of All of them running a maximum of 2,000 words to be phoned to Tokyo sometime Between Midnight and morning. Erickson was asked about this during a one minute Telephone conversation and replied a owe Haven to been informed of that ?� subsequent attempts to reach him by Telephone failed. There was equal confusion concerning the availability of communications at the eighth army rear Headquarters. Back said teletype and Telephone commune turn to Page 2, cot 7 top Fri inspector drowns in Potomac new tank killer hits target and reds flee Down Road the army outlined How the yellow racer shaded the old Mark into in a in. Ts7 by 2 89 Mph. I a the army policy contest officials said the unusual mean that until the guard or Specter who had worked on Many. A it it k it National guard units called to a Tho Kli Road zit i is plane by enlarging the exhaust a us a Unis canes Loac the Bureau s biggest cases fell is five duty will be permitted to stay overboard from an anchored motor pm at Home temporarily. Cruiser in the Potomac River sat e 3 ,. A Urriah and Hrnak Tom same event Dick a. Modler 14,. The in member of Dayton Ohio set a new Speed rec-,5�"� it National guard Reserve he a a member of a it i9o�i his Rod and medical officers will be brought which went for a Brief cruise or ?. Of 12861 Mph Quot a Quot a into uni fur 8 aboard a Cruiser owned by Eugene Meacham. Lawyer and Gurneau had worked on the we Quot do t0 Damp air which try mini Amor Asia secret documents Case ave the a widgets More Power. The $1,500,000 brinks armoured car service robbery in Boston the negro woman lawyer Roger Touhy Case in Chicago and numerous Bank robberies and May get . Post kidnapping. ?"uj.a mrs. Edith of Pacific command Sampson negro lawyer who is reported under consideration for appointment As u. S. Delegate to the United nations said that she a definitely available for the editor to note this Story of action on the front North of Taegu was sent shortly before press communications were Cut off from u. S. 8th army Headquarters in Korea. It was timed at 3 p. In. Saturday Bat waa nine hours in transmission via Tokyo City ala., heard the Clatter of tank treads and knew the reds were approaching. He placed his men in positions alongside the Road with a 3.5 rocket launcher the infantry to tank killer. At close Range the americans Kafoed the Lead enemy tank with the first shot. Then they fired on the second tank. A owe damaged it a Simms said by Don Whitehead with american troops some of the medical officers in the in ?"up a american in a Obj did no to Knock it out e units will be permitted to stay at Fantry beat Back a tank led attack rocket hit a glancing blow. Home in their civilian capacities. On the front North of Taegu Friday the second tank fired on. E night and pushed Forward along americans at close Range. Side South korean troops. The crippled tank apparently three Days ago the reds had out of ammunition then fled with Truman weekend at Maryland Lodge death takes Leader punched through South korean the tkre6 tanks. We defences within 12 Miles of Taegu. In a Mike a command. Washington U.A army a a n ,. _ _ a meantime artillery was Pound col Carl f. Tischbein special As it my the red infantry behind the Distant to the chairman of the the americans attacked beep smash this enemy atomic Energy commission to Mili at 2 30 p. In. 10 30 p. In. Thurs threat. Job. Tary Faison committee died Satur Day Cost with South korean 1st lieutenant Simms Little squad Dent Truman is spending a quiet a and you can also say that in to Day at Walter Hospital. Division units on their left and of tank killers included pfc. Weekend with his family at a Lodge terribly flustered at All the fuss a the 48-year-old West Point right flanks. Frank s Ciavone of Mullica Hill in Maryland to cart Odin Moun she added. Graduate was born in Cincinnati. Friday night the enemy coun n. J. Pfc. Lee Lozier of Law gains. The White House said the informed sources in washing he was wartime chief of the 14th Ter attacked bringing up infantry Renneburg ind. And pvt. Edgar president left saturday for the 60 ton said that president Truman is Arti aircraft command Southwest in trucks behind five tanks. This Taylor of new Cumberland a. Mile drive to the Lodge at thur expected to announce her a Pacific and also served during column hit the Road towards i the americans were from the Washington a Jud a presits Mont my. He was accompanied by mrs. Truman and daughter porn then t soon to serve at the Assembly meeting in new York not month. World War ii a army ground Taegu in the direction Force observed with the sixth and. American positions. Eighth Araks in that theater. La Druward t. Simms of Phenix of the 27th infantry regiment commanded by Cal John a Omike Michael of Lancaster a. A

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