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3 Dec 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 03, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Vol 21, no. 31 sunday journal wis., sunday december 3, 1950 to rages Between the lines by Tex Reynolds beware land ladies youth Here told by Loire of experience prepare to flee Pyongyang of rows non a pc Comet a a men who prefers to to known Boro Only Ai Quot Noll Tho Nomad it it Tho author of this guest Coloma she it ii my in hoc to Tom pot Only ofter it it de tremols that took to from Cost to Cost a a to those youth of Racine who. � discontent with their fair City and filled with the migratory urge. Look to warmer climes or larger metropolises to make their Home and Fortune. I direct one Small parcel of advice. Such Admonit Lions by your elders As a rolling Stone gathers no Moss go unheeded �??� you say a wants to gather Moss i want to gather the Pearl Harbor Story officially revealed by Hawaii press editor s not details of the bombing of Pearl Harbor on dec. ?. 1941. Remained a Jumble of fact hearsay and fiction until miss Gwenfread Allen a Honolulu newspaper woman. Pieced together the True Story for a Hawaii s War ?� the official account of Hawaii to part in the War. Excerpts from the bombing As it appears in the Book follow. Copyright. 195i. By the to University of Hawaii press. Directly from the sea. A a few crossed the Koolau Range unrecognized above the Fleecy Clouds after accomplishing their missions on Windward Oahu. At about 7 5? a score of fighters swooped Down from the Clouds to within 20 feet of the ground at the Marine corps air station at Ewa. Riddling the 49 planes closely lined up on the Field thirty three aircraft went up in smoke and the remaining la were too badly damaged to Fly. The marines in desperation emptied. At 3 42 a. In. On dec. 7. 1941. The their pistols at the departing Jap mine Peeper Condor sighted a Anc get folding lettuce a or if your elders submarine Periscope off the in at one minute before 8 a. Rn., remark in nagging la sinister tones trance to Pearl Harbor. Since this As preparatory signal for colors a othe grass on the other Side of was an area where no american was being hoisted Over the 94 the Fence always looks ?� submarine travelled submerged vessels in Pearl Harbor japanese you remind them that you Arentt the Condor immediately notified dive bombers droned Down on the destroyer Ward. Inshore a Ford Island in the Center of Pearl ters were searched without Success. Harbor destroying 33 of the to at 6 30 the destroyer answered Plares on the Field. A similar Alert from the target re within seconds torpedo planes pair ship Antares and this time and do bombers swung in from located the submarine apparently sides a pummel the heavy trailing the Antares into Honolulu 1 a battleship Row adjacent Harbor. The Ward fired on the t0 Ford Island. Almost Simul intruder the first american shots to Neoushy Hickam Field next to of world War Llu and scored a Parl Harbor and Kaneohe naval hit. After the crippled submarine air station on the Windward Side went Down a Navy patrol plane a re subjected to the japanese on joined the destroyer in a depth sought. Seven minutes later charge attack. Enemy aircraft pounded Wheeler privates spot attack planes Field which adjoins Schofield the Ward reported the Acton Barracks in Central Oahu. To 14th naval District head Quad hit a sitting ducks. Ters at 6 51 and two minutes later the battleships in the Harbor followed with a second message underwent a sustained assault. The information made its Way within 30 minutes torpedo planes through channels reaching rear made four separate attacks and husband a Kimmel dive bombers eight. A Lull from commander in chief of the Pacific 8 25 to 8 40 was followed by a Fleet about 7 30. Since Ungeri Naif hour of dive bombing and the Landlady is a species that fled submarine contacts were be horizontal bombing attacks which thrives in Large metropolises from my reported several times a week continued until 9 45. Coast to coast. We in Racine have a none however so close to in the first half hour the major a mild gentle Type not found else american shores As this the and damage had been done. All seven where and indeed they cannot be moral asked for amplification of battleships had been hit at least called land ladies in the real sense the message. Once. The West Virginia was at All. But those garrulous Mer meanwhile two army privates sinking the California was Down Canary creatures who run Stab were completing their training by the Stem the Arizona was a Lii ments in Large cities Are Birds period at an isolated radar station flaming ruin. During the next of another Feather. They prey on in the Hills Between Waialua and half hour attack the Tennessee la Young the Green the naive Kahuku one of six new Mobile received slight additional damage. And sometimes i think on radar units which troops in the Pennsylvania took another everybody who enters their Long Hawaii were learning to operate hit the Nevada in a Gallant clings. After All a Billy Goat. But of i Ever suggested to you in person As i do now in print that life with land ladies is not always a bed of roses. You d lift your delicate Little ears from the ground and perk them up in Surprise. A who is this fool a you d say. A that tells me that the Landlady is the great Hazard encountered in life away from Home a and i would smile benignly. The Landlady. I would begin my voice Rich with dramatic overtones a is a peril to All those who stray and cannot afford a Fine apartment and find that an overload of similar transient youths makes it impossible to take up residency in y. W or . In w ?� % a i a i. Nine years ago fury of War broke Loose when the destroyer Shaw exploded at Pearl Harbor during the dec. 7 attack. This dramatic photo is the frontispiece of Quot Hawaii to War years a published by the University of Hawaii press. This attitude of mine was not formed after one or two encounters. No. It is backed up by wide experience in four major cities with a total of Somo is land ladies but sit Down now. Relax. Just for s moment in bile i Tell you of some of my major skirmishes with i say it with Awe inspired by the fart of never having won a Battle the Landlady. New defense line May be formed at 38th parallel a Tokyo or a United a Eastern Germany capable of reach Lions forces prepared to aban in in a qui pus but Mccloy in an Impromptu Don Pyongyang and faced the discussion with correspondents threat of an Allied a of Dunkirk last night emphasized this russian on Korea to East coast to is strength has been in the Oan zone since it wel1 Tefor the out Cape annihilation by 600,000 53 0f korean War. Chinese and North korean there have been no recent re communists. Ports of special military activity it seemed probable that a in Eastern Germany he added. New defense line would be set it was the first time Mccloy up near the 38th parallel. Had discussed the question of Gen. Douglas Macarthur russian strength for publication. In a new appraisal of the to Mccloyn to estimate we tas consider Rean fighting disclosed the in ably below the Bonn govern credible Odds facing the apr ends West German officials proximately 150.0<fo United a a Quot nations troops in Korea. Although stressing that he did abandon Airlift Plana. Not want to create a a Oscare pay he said More than 250,000 Chi cd ology a Mccloy said these Are Nese already were in the fighting facts which Allied planners have lines and that nearly that Many had in their Possession for a Long More were moving Down from the time. Yalu River. In addition up to. 150,000 North korean fighters. / a j were being re armed and re or a am Gani Zed by the chinese. To Vii i Willu plans to Airlift United nations a. A / forces from the East coast to the a g Jaq or 0 Benzonia. Mich. �?"4j.r a the sitting ducks among the 18 severely crippled victims of the Der 7 onslaught nine years ago were these mighty Battle Wagon moored in Pearl Harbor. This is one of 135 photo graphs of the War which appear in a Hawaii s War years a official account of Hawaii in world War it. Official u. S. Navy photos. While waiting for an army truck fort to sortie was beached to pre to pick them up the pair con vent her sinking in the Channel tinted practice. Suddenly the and the Oklahoma capsized with radar screen was covered with four torpedoes in her Hull. As the markings unlike any they had attacks continued damage increase Ever seen before. They checked cd. In All six ships were sunk the set found that it was function 12 we tere severely damaged and ing properly and concluded that others suffered minor blows. Dead a Large number of planes we tas a wounded or trapped in the ships preaching Oahu from three de were 2,500 men. Grees East of North at a distance bomb Hickam Field of 132 Miles. Nearby Hickam Field sustained since the lookouts were offi three 10-minute attacks at apically off duty after 7 a. In they proximately 7 55, 8 25. And 9 00. Debated whether or not to follow to bombs fell on some of the Barche usual routine of notifying the Racks killing and wounding Sev Jas an example there is a certain information Center. At 7 2 they eral Hundred men. Bombs landed Henna haired Battle axe on decided to phone but by that on the guardhouse putting the air Richmond Avenue in Buffalo tune everyone had left the Center raid Siren out of order and on the whom i thoroughly detest. The except the Telephone operator and ordnance building delaying Access reason is she by a very cleverly a lieutenant who was serving his to ammunition. Bombs also hit contrived plan has extorted rent second morning of observation. He machine shops hangars the Thea from me. And i imagine others assumed that the planes were the ter the Parade ground and the without Ever having had the bother b-17� which he knew were flying Post Exchange. Bombs even pock _ _. ,. A Zenri a called an a undeclared w of a Boarder but to begin at the in rom Mainland and Dis marked the baseball Diamond Secretary go Era Trygve lie. A i ref Lisp a to fr0m becoming the real thing beginning upon arriving in but the matter. Which was in an Arna where out a Quot a it it a Quot with Ute of next week. He refused to say from real thing. Falo i searched the classifieds for approach from sea dated maps carried by the japanese 15 to a solid week without finding a but no such swarm of american showed gasoline storage. Planes we test were abandoned because of weather. The allies still have the sea route of withdrawal but some 15,000 to 20,000 but off troops ofic air ran Onzie county i be the u. S. 1st Marine division and elective service Beard refused to two regiments of the u. S. 7th Force americans a Oto fight freeze still have eight to to flaming and die in the Hills of Korea in a Miles ahead of them before even cause that is neither holy nor that Refuge can be used. ?� fifty thousand in defenders Leonard l. Case 49-year-old on the East coast were endanger Justice of the peace and former cd when the chinese pushed to school teacher sent his Resigna within 25 Miles of the evacuation Tion to state draft officials with a port of won san. Letter charging a fumbling income american British. Turkish and Potency a in the nation s foreign South korean forces held the policy. Semblance of a line closing to a of could not be party to forcing within 25 Miles of Pyongyang to americans to fight a he said Day but the enemy was before a othe fumbling incompetency of beside and behind them and Ger the present and immediately pre Rillas were in the midst of Pyon ceding National administration in gang itself. The conduct of foreign affairs will blast Bridges. During the past decade has been. Officers said Pyongyang would in my opinion largely responsible not be Given up without a fight tor the sorry situation through but they were preparing to de w hich the world is now stumbling stroy military installations and All blindly and Brave Young men by i other facilities of use to the ene the thousands Are suffering and my and some 8th army units a1- dying As the ?� ready had pulled out. Eighth army officers said they q i a ii. Would leave Pyongyang As they i of is num found it which seemed to indicate Quot Nik a that railways Bridges and other Ollie o Mara installations we Thich had Beer repaired again would be blasted. Kenosha wis. A up a Ollie elements of 16 chinese divisions of Tmara Kenosha poolroom own w Ere moving up on Pyongyang or it was sought to answer a sub and already had opened probing Irum the a a s Senate crime attacks. Investigating committee. Of Tmara to brother. John was Moscow prints reported to have talked to an in a confusion record Vest Gator for the committee Moscow our a Moscow to headed by senator Kefauver a morning newspapers published a Tenn last nov. 4. Two column new York dispatch the subpoena asks for of Tmara s. _. By the news Agency Tass saying business records and Bank account. New York lips chinese l e s executive assistant an Here t a. Sex razor s is that extremes of alarm and con he we tas not at his Home or place communist Delegate Chen Chiao Drew Cordier said there would be Effort must be made to open be fusion Haye swept the United of business when a u. S. Marshal conferred for half an hour this More meetings with the chinese rotations with China to prevent states As the result of the latest tried to serve it. With United nations reds and that these conferences what Gen. Douglas Macarthur a undeclared War chinese reds in secret huddle with aide to Secretary of u. N. Morning my in line location and so Forth. In to the radar scope that morning of wingtip a became exhausted the resources of the december 7. 1941. As Early As luckily the longest runways newspaper. With a few except 6 30 a. Rn., two japanese recon islands wore not damaged. Lions the same ads appeared night Naissance planes were Over Oahu. Kaneohe Nas was first strafed. Get the boys Home by Christmas. Nov. 26�?"one new to York Broad a solution of the what they would concern but it Attlee will Fly to Washington is known that lie is working hard tonight to Tell president Truman fit to live to term. Of clean planes was in the air a a Mem to Quot a up Wmk of i Quot a a betwee Al a cd fas a to Steichen left. Euro us co a fint Ift to Washington to report results russian to Jacob a. Malik rushed Choice Between Europe and Asia Cas no station reported a Oas the of secret Allied Parley to Secre up and went into a whispered is necessary. He also will Tell tary of state Dean Acheson. Aus huddle with Cordier. The after night and i came to recon they were followed by 360 planes then strafed again and bombed 25 in and Deputy Ernest a. Nize them As places in to seen. They which japanese carriers 200 Miles minutes later. The station had 36icros were so undesirable with rents so to the North had launched in planes prior to the attack three of cat. Exorbitant that nobody wanted three wave Between 6 00 and 7 15 which were in the air on patrol. Korean developments. A Kenosha county investigation Tass listed the developments As of alleged gambling payoffs was follows ordered held up Friday pending a nov. 24�?"Macarthur announce special state probe de a great offensive promising to left new York at 7 30 a. In. Result of the plan out worked per ,. I tonally by the great american austins to flight to Washington China must be avoided at All military Genius Macarthur Amer is believed connected with the costs even if the Price is some ican troops arc carrying out a giant operation designed to in anticipated disclosure of just what loss of face in Korea. Them and they never dropped out of the listing. In desperation i told the . Of my problem relying on their humanitarian instinct to solve it. They gave me the address of mrs. Jickels Nofu. That is. Of course not her real name but i feel it suits her better than her own surprisingly enough at the beginning this Henna hailed monster struck me a a kindly soul if a bit talkative with a neat appearing Well kept Home. Like a desert traveler i was gladdened by this Oasis of cleanliness although i could no to As i explained move in a Tail the following saturday a Brief tsar through the bedroom and hath convinced me that this waa where i wanted to make my Home. She took my $12 As she smiling said. You done to want to bother with a receipt. Do you. Dearie of you do. In Tell have to go inside and get my glasses and ?� with in answering smile of Trust inspired by a heart that was pure and a soul at last Serene i said. A Ono. Mrs. Zinkel in opts. That s alright a. In Tell see you ?� a. In most preached the of the planes a of Pearl Harbor area the remainder 27 destroyed turn to Page 2. T of i report on production shift reveals some miscalculations he Washington amp a a govern tons in industries affected by ment reports Are beginning. To defense ?� show signs of the predicted tem o one Auto making concern Horary minor misses in the econ Kaiser Frazer reported curbs Omic machinery As it shifts from on instalment purchasing had Cut civilian to military production. Car buying so much that of has they seem to indicate that been forced to halve its product � the strictly civilian goods Tion and payroll although it has � a Boom is passing its Peak a not been called upon for any Doper haps has done so already. Sense production. It asked a new 2 controls applied to slow to the government loan to keep car pro a civilian Boom and somebody steals Santa s Sleigh eau Claire wis. A up a somebody stole Santa s Sleigh. The big red Cutter was left on a truck on a City Street overnight following Saint Nick to appearance Here under chamber of Commerce sponsorship. It snowed during the night and in the morning police said the Sleigh was gone. Santa went on to a Marshfield. Wis., engagement without the famous conveyance. Action the u. S. Wants the United nations to take against the chinese reds. A spokesman said earlier that u. S. Policy probably i would be made known late today. The spokesman revealed that secret negotiations have been going on Between the u. S. Delegation on one hand and Security Council members plus those countries which have contributed to the fighting in Korea on the other j Russia has not been consulted he said and neither has the chinese communist delegation headed by we Hsiu Chuan. Out the North yank apologizes for White lie Jersey City n. ?"<ujr>�?" corp. John Midolo 21, wrote his Mother Here an apology from his foxhole in Korea. A Oil to sorry mom that i lied to you a he wrote mrs. Madeline Midolo. A of did no to have a soft Job a Way behind the lines to Over Here but i did no to want you to worry about me being in combat. Circle and wipe korean ?� nov. 27 a the press reported real danger of encirclement of 100,000 american troops. Nov. 29�?"Macarthur cabled a. F It gouging by some landlords Washington Newspaperman that 15 r j his Promise was a a joke a allies outnumbered on Western front Bonn ?" or a a. S charge rent gouges near army Camps Washington. Our a the democratic National committee said today that a Plain rent gouging has been reported near reactivated army Camps and in Industrial areas attracting new two workers. In its weekly a capital comment a a publication for party workers the committee said a Orent and competitive bidding for available quarters have appeared at Camp Atterbury ind. Camp Pickett. A. Camp Mccoy wis. Camp Polk la., and other bases. The Senate is expected to open High commissioner John j. My debate monday on a two month cloy says the russians have More Extension of Federal controls of than 25 combat ready divisions in feb. 28. Quarry Accident kills be expansion ire t the Commerce department worker of Sherwood it taster then it a a said private Home building took Sherwood. Wis Rovar _ a a ,. Pm to Tatoole about 45. Of lower Cliff. A Quot Quot a am Olav 11 is -.nowr, he p Emerson first. Is trying to convince the piping 1 whim in so free auction going we workers for defense causing Slack a bit can be taken up by the budding a larger than seasonal to rearmament program. Cent drop in november a. 0a but now that ifs All Over although the . Has not Par of can us belated dire Cuy. It has become Midolo in Acton with the apparent that u. N. and a cavalry. Said he hoped t0 some delegates Are conferring1 we Tith the chinese and russians in Hope of finding a solution to the current crisis India to sir Senegal n. Rau a Raj with we Friday and will meet band Leader to wed Home for Christmas. Friday he was reported missing in action. Stassen starts plane tour to study world conditions Philadelphia a a har a othe trip will be for the Pur a old e. Stassen left Philadelphia 0f listening and looking by plane for a a listening and rather than talking it for studyin4 Faai a no to convince the piping looking round the world trip he a a int. Officials had Long anticipated month following adoption of Mort Cai Praet count of. Suffered Alai government that a peaceful with-1 new ?"�?"fave Emeigh Hopes we till contribute to world a Ather than no a statement he the a developments. In fact they Gage credit curbs aimed at defeat a in Urry a a cuke to from Rorea would in son one of television s leading put be. Issued to reporters said. Expect things to get worse before my the housing Boom to con n r a k their own interest. Ladies will wed band Leader the University of Pennsylva from Alaska Stassen will go to getting better despite efforts to serve materials for defense. Board Loose from its Cable and struck an keep the Huft Over disruption at a the Keder Reserve a a car which 0-7ooit so War with China minimum hat the to it Quot a a it a he and both cars fell to the roof ministers agree there a of Ere several indications credit for instalment plan buying of the Mam build Long and and saturday i arrived loaded that the Economy was undergoing was slow ted in october when some Strain in the transition a1 time buying controls were tight though first effects were fairly ened. To one seventh the rate of faint. Among them any of the five preceding months. The census Bureau reported a clamped in in mid october the then to the ground. I. Fall fatal Milwaukee a dip in factory employment con curbs on credit for buying Homes Hartfield 77, a Carpenter. Ii by evening dresses with the plunging London the prime necklines divorced Elliott Roose mens ters of great Britain and velt son of the late president and France agreed upon a joint policy her second husband at Cuernavaca Skitch Henderson in Chernan a president will make stops in Japan Siam Indonesia Malaya Vaca Mexico dec. 12. Crucial Asia South Africa Israel India Pakistan Israel South of the actress known for her and London before returning to Rica Portugal England and then new York on Jan. 9. To new York. A of am responding to invitations Stassen said he had not not of leaders of Asia to visit them Given up Hope for a meeting with and their countries in the Hope Josef Stalin but did not Conte that i might thereby be enabled plate one with the russian pre of a Ono War with China to pre last Jan. 4. _ _ Charles sent to the United states next she said holding the marriage to make some increased future Mier on this joinery. Was week. Ceremony at Cuernavaca would contribution to the Hopes of he said that if plans for a Down with bags and suitcases. I tribute to a 3jo.ooo increase last or cars television sets Refrigeri killed Friday when he fell from Britain s Clement Attlee and help avoid Legal complications. World peace a Stassen said before meeting we Tith Stalin materialized deposited them in my bedroom month in the number of jobless. Actors and so on were about the the first floor into the basement France s Rene pleven agreed at they plan a second a Small he boarded an Airliner. He was he would first have to return to and wearily sat Down to collect the Bureau said that a Omay have first orders the government aimed of a Tannery where he was help a one Day emergency meeting her Church ceremony in new York accompanied by Robert e. Matte the United states and consult oth tub to Page 4. Col. 3. Been due to temporary Dis oct at the civilian Economy. A to build a new addition. A one Day emergency meeting Dee. 17. 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