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27 Aug 1950

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27 Aug 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 27, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 21, no. 17racine, wis., sunday August 27, 1950 8 pages Britain arming reds Churchill search foggy seas for More victims of ship collision san Francisco or a patrol Benevolence accounted for said boats and tugs guided by radar re later it believed there were four to be wed a search of the foggy Waters nine civilian employees of the Navy off Golden Gate for possible sur still unaccounted for. Visors of a collision Between the the Navy still was trying to Navy Hospital ship Benevolence tally the exact number of persons and a freighter in which 18 persons aboard the ill fated $25,000,000 died and 500 were rescued. Hospital ship which Sank in 75 the Navy which earlier had re feet of water Friday night shortly ported All persons aboard the after its crash with the 8,162-ton a a jc_2 freighter the Mary Lucken charts flights across Atlantic in Light plane Minneapolis 0jp a Bach. 407 get first Aid. The Luckenbach returned safely to san Francisco. None of the casualties were from the freighter. Eighteen bodies had been recovered 407 persons were treated at hospitals and 93 others were saved but uninjured. The Navy said the civilians unaccounted for Are employees of the Mare Island shipyard base. Some of those unaccounted for making War tools for Russia Poland he tells listeners London or a Winston Churchill added that a orders t o should be Given now to halt the Churchill charged that the la sex Ort of machine tools t0 Russia. Bor government for two years he expressed Hope that Attlee has been allowing British fac would announce such action in a tories to manufacture War up sch scheduled for this week he also criticized the govern tools for Russia. Mentz to delay in sending troops the wartime prime minister from Britain to reinforce the said specifically that machine United nations armies in Korea. Tools used to make and re pair tanks have been made a no i Nill Aco available to soviet purchasers. Of will vol Lylw v Churchill said also that machine tools had been sent to communist Poland. Assails Attlee he charged that russian in q i � spectres have been allowed to k0f Ato ind soil visit factories making Secreti equipment for the British by Ernest Hoberecht a by,., Tokyo or a the chinese these charges highlighted communists had better think his 20-Mmute National radio. Speech in which he urged the to be be Ore they try to made British people to get rid of the Formosa the commander of u. S. Socialist regime because it Nava forces in the far East was to inept to Deal with the. _ _ a. A a a vice Admiral Charles t. Joy Prev crisis. Said the reds will find the u. S. Broadcasting from his cd tin Navy a a Alert and ready for them the Benevolence passenger list try Home he assailed prime min they attempt to Cross the 80 was swelled because she was car Madison ?" pm wisc on Washington a a the to in response to inquiries the Milwaukee up a an army ister Clement Attlee for refusing Mje a rec of water that Sepa that my of Blanp or h trying two Crews a Pacific Fleet sin to football team will play Rice army reported new evidence of army spokesman said reports on officer asked him to bid on the to Call parliament at once to de rate the nationalist stronghold completed a two Way Span of the Institute in 1952 and ,954 a a recent russian shipments of fight the shipment of 120 tanks from Job which has averaged him i a the Zuege machine from the chinese Quot a Inland. Atlantic. But Conrad insists near Vii an pm loves of the naw director Harry Stuhldreher ing equipment to the korean com Dairen described them As heavy 125 daily this month or. Irving Tooi shipments As an example of in t making the flight for the Yard who went along on the run announced saturday. Musts. Tanks. He said the Only heavy Cowan said. The Inadequacy of the Golem to see if the vessel was ship shape. The Frist game wll be played a briefing officer at defense tanks Russia is known to have Are he explained that his bid of $5 Mentz to defense policy. Also aboard were 195 Hospital a Houston Texas nov. I 1952. Headquarters told reporters of the Joseph Stalin ill to believed to per plate for examining a rays a othe head of the Craven Broth Conrad a Veteran Pilot with 27.- a a Ghl Quot a have but a aboard he by i Benevolence which was making prepare mine positions first cavalry division engineers pfc. Rush f. Crum left Princeton ky., and Cpl. Newton p. Riser Lepanto ark., place explosive charges alongside a Mountain Road near the korean front As they prepare mine positions. Cpl. Worly Gentry Lima ohio., stands guard As they work. A wire photo still dangerous United states marines cover grounded North korean Soldier As he hoists himself onto a Stretcher in the Paktong River sector of the korean front. Prisoner we tas flushed out of a nearby Rice Paddy still clutching automatic weapons. Search of his clothing disclosed a u. S. Watch lighter and other a items apparently taken from a dead american Soldier. A wire photo. To think twice its final Shakedown cruise after being de mothballed at Mare too hours recorded in his log made last minute preparations for a Busman s Holiday. ,. A a. Conrad 47-year-old chief trans land Navy Yard at Vallejo a the port Pilot for Minneapolis Hon Navy 531 1 Thal some civilian pm Ewell regulator co., will hop off ply yes Yard listed As pos from Wold Chamberlain Field to sub a passengers might have Deday on the first leg of a 10,000-cided at the la5t a nuts not to mile round trip to Europe in a i make the voyage. Light plane. Will visit Brood. Badger eleven army accuses Russ a Ray fees will play Rice of aiding cordons called outrage Sake of adding anything to aviation history. He says he just wants to see Bis a wife and ?� Conrad to wife. Betty and their nine children have been living in Switzerland since 1947. He is determined to visit the a Only during his vacation and out the cause of the disaster. It claims he decided to Fly himself ordered a Board of inquiry to in there because it s the simplest and Vest Gate and vice Admiral ship personnel including 15 and the 1954 tilt was scheduled development. The disclosure came weigh Between 50 and 60 tons each for in of deceive draftees the Maxi nurses. One of the nurses was for Camp Randall of 9 on he heels of a report from he and to mount 122-mm. Guns con a a. A listed among the dead. The badgers. Journey to the same a Urc hat 20 heavy Anks Sidet ably larger than the 90-mm.imum set b a army it had been during these vital and very slowly order investigation Southwest conference area will july from the russian controlled the Navy moved swiftly to find a heir first in history. Rice in manchurian port of Dairen. Were shipped to North Korea in rms on u. S. Medium tanks. Accepted by the surgeon general to made instruments informed to a a a a it a office ill a 1�?"1 a 41�?" the officer said however that have More a Bodle the Admiral told the United press in an exclusive interview that you can get a any kind of intelligence reports you want a some that indicate the comm me lists Are preparing to attack in that he had for More than two mediately and some that indicate ers machine tool works at Stockport the largest but one for pro the information did not specify since aug. I he has scrutinized years asked the government they definitely Are not. Cheapest Means of getting there. George Murray commander of the a Tala Illinois Northwestern and Al fighting tools since russian sol Vine acc n oho in o in not on. Orion Ardo Roj Luu Iuis Hui a ii a Quot. Statute was Champion of the Cir russian spokesmen have insisted that the tanks were Joseph Stalin abot 4,500 Chest a rays for a whether he should fulfil contracts Cuit last fall. That the soviet Union has provided a and that it is possible the tanks total a More tha f20-000 v for making machine tools for other foe in lf52 will include the korean reds with no addition really Are russian t34 mediums. I or Cowan said he rents thex to rus at particularly of the class fore attempting what they have a but if i were a communist i certainly would think twice be Minnesota at Madison and Ohio a Lars were pulled out of North state Iowa and Indiana away. Korea Advance ticket sales for Badger games this fall Are at an All time Conrad to plane is a production Western sea Frontier ordered the line Model but it does have special turn to Page 2. Col. I equipment. Extra Gas tanks or _ Cupy what normally is the rear seat. The plane has a full set of old state week in navigation instruments and a Van 7 la propeller which will requested w,11,am Asp Quot Gau oif to Xiv a St be. To a Border. The extra Unks Ltd nabs Sauk City. the does not include student app.,Ca a to Fly non Ston for 2 750 Mil Pioneer press Sauk City to weekly turns is More than 50 per cent Newfoundland first hop for 96 years and one Ber than any previous year. Conrad s flight plans Call for of Wisconsin s oldest weeklies will at a record level him to leave new York on the close Down with next thursday to 1,350-mile stretch to Gandor. New Issue because the editor said the found land the longest step of the Job was ruining his health trip then to Greenland Iceland. Air support praised. Ray machine for $700 and also required Tor the manufacture and been threatening to do pays the salaries of two technic repair of tanks when so Many of Joy said. Adm. Whether the reported tank re ians and a stenographer at a Cost our own Royal ordnance factories a or oort confirmed enforcements can be brought to the of about $500 monthly. Are in sore need of renovation i i a no. Battle area is a question in View demands probe for this very purpose a Churchill. Coupled with the report on tanks Wauie ared is a quc311011 in v1cw said High with More than 10,000 season . T. Of mounting american air attacks in Washington rep. Talle r Sam. Books requested. William Aspin to ? 0f on omm Mica Ion lines. Iowa told the House that a full1 re a of two chinese communist armies at a regular briefing at the a othe germans thought twice before they tried to invade England and they had far More air Power than the chinese communists possess and a far Shorter Dis a Ohe told me that his highly ta25e to added the Only thing the chinese the army spokesman called at investigation should be made . Tent inn to n Tokyo communique. Skilled craftsmen were seriously Quot Lent on of re a a cd the Milwaukee situation terming disturbed at doing work for soviet reds possess in greater number is it to l i of u aah 7/ac v a gets. J in o of i of. Pentagon the army spokesman them sectorsofith6 to it tot Ray processing sifn5iteiite Pound 7. Tax bodies. Cut off supplies Sale of single game tickets also is and Geneva Scotland France Switzerland. Just for a change Conrad expects to take Betty on a tour of Europe s leading cities by air of bore course. Charles f. Ninman wrote that his a health nerves a and Well being were affected by the Job of putting out the paper and that a even fishing had become too much of a Dies within hour from Bee sting _ a to a the front reported finding an Esti a Oan outrageous raid upon the pub Side their workshops we there a lot interrogation of North korean North korean soldiers 0 ?� of confidential production is also Joy to command includes the 7th Pils Eners tends of Conin in reports Ajr attacks. A officials responsible for it Are being done for his majesty to gov Fleet which president Truman it Sovie Russia has sent equip had remarks about either guilty of malfeasance in eminent. Ment to the North korean reds we be had some Rema. Too i unbelief Vahle the effectiveness of air operations a once or Noe Nevarie stupidity after 1949. A oin one Case a prisoner claimed the army officer said. A oif they can he sad. A finn a Nide Thuv a Trp rift a spokesman for the fifth army guard Manila to have seen As late As june. 1950, Knock off 600 soldiers they re do Don the delivery of russian weapons j Ngar right he said he saw the russian Seal fire damages Halfway House Brookfield. ?" d Mckinzey 41, Ridgeway farm on boxes among the weapons he a Sarcu Ric stung by a Bee saturday died claimed to have seen were 24 a arb lip it Usail korean rails Ridgeway wis Alder _ a Othats to an unhealthy feeling at within an hour. 76-mm and 12 122-mm. Artillery the age of 45,�?� he said. He Wras stung at the base of his piece a the paper started in 1853 As a nose next to an Eye. Representatives of the United German language publication was or. S. B. Marshall of Hollan nations other than american rep consolidated about 60 years ago Dale said Poison apparently was resent Tives witnessed the question stood off the cant coast of Korea shipment of orders received from and after 1929 was converted into carried by a blood vessel directly ing of the above prisoner and in Broad Daylight and shot up the military. A an English language weekly. The to the victims to brain. Mckinzey stated that he made his statement railway tracks and More than 250 cleared is each Tokyo.-ha5 a a. Of a Ray equipment As most of it As hunks strike was sold As surplus after world War two. ?" pm five thousand however. H. O. Mckenzie sales rebels shouting opposition to the May be getting manager for general electric x Philippines entry into the korean of supplies by water but that r us 1 1 �?"1 these supplies Are not getting through in sufficient Quantity to sent at the outbreak of hostilities in Korea to protect Formosa against invasion by the reds. In addition to guarding the Straits of Formosa the 7th Fleet has effectively blockaded North korean shipping. Joy said the korean invaders Small amounts Ray corp. Here said he had not ,. A a in a. War looted burned and killed in knowledge of any such shortages _ _ s. Warships he said is form had made prompt terror raids on la Central Luzon towns. They left 167 dead and scores wounded. Heavy police guards were thrown around Manila the capital. A seriously effects to the War. The outcome of charge violence a a a a. Firm s paling Plant will continue a weeding his front Lawn when without boing subjected to threats Box the Navy announced. Mckenzie added that the firm a National defense Headquarters Halfway House a historic eating operations. He stirred up a swarm of bees. Or being offered any Reward. Ako will rent a no Amiin mint at Halona a ens e about 200 of the Box cars were Ali a v lil Rem a Ray equipment at spokesman said the Hub Alaha i w i n a rate ranging from $90-$500 a do would not Chance Diane to in Oto in dog place which has stood at what is now the intersection of Blue Mound and Watertown Plank roads for 110 years was damaged severely by fire saturday. Bert Stenz of Elm Grove owner of the tavern and restaurant said the loss might run Between $30,000 and $40,000 for the building and its contents. Town of Brookfield Volunteer fire department chief Franklin red koreans shift attack to East after mauling by yank air Force were pocked. Shells touched off fires Puii Jomant and Naid Thrupp Accica Tokyo. A 4�?" korean reds badly mauled divisions could no to nearby Chon no Road had been in the area and As the warships Tants he said shifted their attack to the East launch a new attack for at least to a cutin ?� pulled out a of heavy explosion it coast after american defenders Days. A spokesman at Macarthur was heard and a Large billowing a out in Harr communist forces in Taegu itself u s Ambas Headquarters said this Force the Black Tower of smoke was ?� belgians Volunteer destroyed or heavily damaged in to a out raids would not change plans to the railway marshalling Yards at Cincinnati div Simian or 3 filipino Cor Bat team Peshtigo ?" of a violence c a lib Chinau physician or Korea As soon As transportation son gym 18o Miles North of the Irwy tin c. Albert estimated he available was charged in the five cornered from v1 e a it cleared $1 on each of the 1,500 the Huckba Lahapa peasant Ger race for the Republican Nomina the Navy said railway tracks Man w a to try yet in a he army Riuas who fought the japanese Tion for Marinette county sheriff. Banged and reads vae but he los own ? 27 the incumbent daid w Johb him 54 each but he used his own0ut of can Breaks and Foothills in who is not seeking was called Here to investigate reports their worst rampage. Appoint cot. Taylor Wirth said the fire was reported y,n8 t0 smash through the Sador John j. Muccio said the reds largest concentration is still the other Box cars and a rail Brussels lip a a battalion to 32d guard Post by an unidentified Motorist who Kun Hwy to death trap to Taegu. Threat to that important american the main communist threat. We Tay Bridge were hit in the same about 1,900 belgian Volunteer telephoned the alarm from Elm american aircraft struck in bae has passed. The entire front is a pretty Well general Section of the East coast troops is to join the United a Grove. Force saturday afternoon at a fresh american infantrymen on the stabilized a he said. But the reds naval guns hit their targets on Lions forces in Korea. The Bel when Wirth and his men arrive a a Sault North of Kigoye and Southern front blocking the Gate still outnumber United nations de thursday and Friday with the Aid Gian Cabinet decided on this con it turn to Page 2. Col. 6 of an Aerial spotter. Tributino to its u. N. Obligation. De the basement of the White Pohano on the Eastern end of the Way to Pusan key american base Brick by 1 iding was ablaze. The 20 unit nations a off two red attacks. In one Waukesha fire department was line of these americans fought in their their rockets bombs and a own Fox holes. Hand to hand with Chine guns helped South koreans the reds associated press Cor Check a a heavy attack associated respondent Stan Swinton reported. Press correspondent Jack Mac in the other a company of grenade Beth reported. Throwing gifts stopped 1.000 reds airmen reported the rest of the trying to take mount souk. Front quiet. But general Mac intelligence reports said around Arthurs to Headquarters said the 15.000 reds have assembled in this spearhead of at least 20.000 reds Southwest sector for what May be Bismarck. N. ?"uj.pj�?"North by South korean forces for the another offensive toward Pusan. Dakota authorities spread an alarm "gno/3v b Ftp to Quot. For two trustees who escaped from Sigve and 13 Miles Northeast of in North. American the state Penitentiary. Kumhwa. The is Sib army said around 1 Warden o. J Nygaard identified the South koreans were holding a Trp Ltd Fri Dan lit. H Quot. Is Nee As Kenned in of launching a Sharp Conn an eds my army spokesman a in escapees As ii n n t i atoms 01 Anne a Morta a to inc a Etnair summoned and the two departments had the fire out shortly. The cause of the fire was not known. Wirth said. Prison spreads alarm for 2 escaped trustees the Escapee. A a a Rha John Tel attack which regained a mile Lero it c Nare. J b ground. Sun Bab a Are seven Days of saying these american troops a took Lviv a a in son of new Hampton Iowa. Both 01 bitter fic Tinc la. They were serving one year pull Back to re roup. Huth said the americans in terms for grand larceny this is on a More round about smashing the Rcd thrust at1 Nygaard said Adams and John Road t0 the american Advance Kumhwa. Had passed the major a prison Arv 16 base of Taeu Ian a Kumhwa crisis since withdrawing to the Miles from Bismarck. The men Highway where Allied troops present defense perimeter. Were missing trom the Hay Rig mangled three red divisions who frontline officers White j when it arrived at the prison on its tried for a week to smash through Bead Tea most of the 30,000 com final trip the death trap corridor. Munits in this sector w Ere with adms is 5 f i. 7 inches and Rcd divisions pulled Back. Drawing beyond Range of Lamerce is about j �?t0. He has dark apparently to regroup. Associated can artillery hair and Gray Blue eyes Johnson press Correl pendent Don White these officers said the effective is described at 5 feet. 8 inches head reported the pullback to Ness these three divisions the 150 pounds and Light com Menta Rily eased the main threat to third 13th and 15th�?"and the flexion de Blond. A Taegu. Field officer said North korean division on thet of threats and violence directed against James Spangler Peshtigo one of the candidates. Spangler said that a Brick was hurled col. Through the plate Glass window of w a garage which he formerly owned and where he now works As a gift Aid aged korean in the picture on the left gifts of the 27th infantry regiment Are helping an old dying South korean refugee from a burned out Village just captured from the North korean invaders. At the right a i offers a drink from i canteen to the refugee. After offering the old Man water several of the americans carried him out of the hot Sun to a shakier spot. The 27ih infantry regiment and the first division of the South korean army recaptured the Village while launching an attack to wipe out North korean penetration toward Taegu. Nea telephoto. Kenosha ?"tp a it. Matt Taylor of Milwaukee appointed military government officer for the 32nd division of Salesman. The Wisconsin National guard. He inked the window smashing the appointment was announced with a threatening Telephone Call by maj. Gen. Jim Dan Hill com said be received at Midnight manding general of the division. Tuesday warning him to a Oget out colonel Taylor organized the of the sheriff race or ?� Spang-126th Field artillery battalion of Ler said he had trac it a r Quot the division and commanded it a pay station in the Marinette since june. 1947. Depot. Colonel Taylor formerly was military government officer in do Korea and was in charge of All workers Stream Dick courts and prisons of the Ameri to Chrysler plants ,. Cd a portions unprecedented to cent voluntary Grant of hourly wage 1.800 state doctors boosts to 120,000 employees brought cd ill l in la. Back to work pledges from the �1 in idi0 Tor a Roit automakers to Wildcat strikers. Madison ?" a about strikers at two de Soto plants 1.800 Wisconsin physicians would who idled Chrysler to Assembly be eligible for induction into lines Over a dispute regarding a National defense forces if con single workers to five cent differ Gress approves a plan to draft entail voted to return to the Job doctors through the age of 45. Immediately. Employees at a third that was the estimate of the Plant were expected to follow suit state medical society. In time for resumption of full the estimate included 270 production monday doctors now in the naval Reserve the walkouts which the Cio corps and 138 in the army re United Auto workers did not a serve and subject to immediate theorize and tried to squelch idled Call. More than 20,000 persons in five More than 1,100 of 3,400 phys plants and Cut automobile pro cans in the state served during auction to its lowest Point in world War in i three months. I i t

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