Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
10 Dec 1950

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10 Dec 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 10, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 21, no. 32 sunday journal wis., sunday december to 1950 14 pages Between the lines by Tex Reynolds Why boy Oll Rani w like Rohl tera Tuul als arrested in Ravine Russia offers peace plan Idi Tok s Noti rec ent a fit Al Pew Tbs in Roc int Ali a on to Emic a robbery and Vandal no to Cine p 0� it Tei Ftp a background for i Treft column in serious tem the out or Ator one Grett Mger 1004 writ Lawn 4reut a replies to advanced by writers at letters to the Jour net times end oilers suggestions and theories Al her own High command gives reasons for retreats Ham Hung. Korea a <u3 a american forces in Northeast Korea have tremendous superiority in fire Power Armor and air Power but they tre retreating. U. S. Military commanders give these reasons Quot stupidity in Cli to Ord weather the army and the a to Why the marines ran into the most severe in Rac Ine have weather Ever encountered by u. S. I men. Pursuits troops in combat. With some units wer but de and the Solu poorly equipped at the sudden on her the answer set be korean Winter i Rah Young chosen their ?t it to an easy Simp eid edly in analytic Tion to nothing. N to How parents with juvenile de some men froze on guard duty i inquests shill help these Floun developed Trench foot lost All Dering goal less people nor How sense of feeling in the fingers and society shall Brin them into the ears and found themselves hold ranks of Good Citron. And ifs in weapons jammed after firing hardly an in court ring All foreign troops should quit Korea Vishinsky suggests Strong Young germans with Slung carbines pass in review. Wedge formation during anti pot training in West Berlin Woods. Lencou the delinquents it encourages delinquency. Wer to one clip of ammunition. A it to Ives unless machines full of summer weight them to further Oil and grease refused to Start or stalled. Motor blocks were crack red by the cold. The troops solved these difficulties with makeshift until the Correct Winter equipment came through. Terrain in North Korea the american War machine hit mountains criss crossed by Many of cart trails and woodsmen to paths bul without roads capable of taking heavy tanks bulldozers prime met vers and tank retrievers. A othe dance is one of your Reader to suze Estinos for keeping delinquents out of mischief. Dances Are delightful for the majority of High school students but i hardly think that delinquents or delinquents in the making will be accepted at tin in. Nor will they attend. To suppose they would shows a misunderstand in t of a delinquent s beat Lor and problem. May declare an emergency Washington a id a Secretary of defense Marshall said president Truman a ois seriously considering announcement of a declaration of National ?� the Secretary told reporters �?ogram1 a v excellent advice like All Good and polishes Little. I it the inner seem. Describes. Do Good in the f. And Little enrol would no to need to since they do not tile Cill i the americans hand built roads of of solid Rock. Improved trails As emerged from a three and paths and built new . Gives to take heavy equipment. But still hour Clos a door Soss on saturday that the army was faced with sectors edit a Coom where divisions had to be commit a quests had ted in columns of one battalion at hat grandma a time. Down narrow valleys or strength to up tortuous Mountain paths. Of adversity i p to infantry it or ?"th<3 there could be no deployment Secretary of state and a general 3 id Mer letter. 1 1 with the Senate appropriations committee. The committee is considering the j latest request for nearly $18,000,-000.000 of additional defense funds.1 top ranking uniformed officers accompanied Marshall former Ive grandma to insight and strength of character in Arre units. Tanks became no amount of Reading her letter will help. On a division front or Man Euver of the army. Marshall refused to say whether i he had made a recommendation i neither moralizing condemnation nor dancing will solve the problem. Perhaps to understand delinquency we should heed Frank tin s words. A Oey ter you remark another s sin. Bid your no n conscience look within. Or tile words of Balzac a Oit is sweeter to fancy we Are forgiven than to think we have not ?� perhaps Many of those Reading this letter Wilt recall having snuck into an empty House having stolen apples from a neighbor s tree having run away from Home or committed some act in their youth that was not �?�??� what saved those of us who committed one act of delinquency in childhood from further delinquency the kindness and understanding of people who gave us a Chance to redeem ourselves rather than condemned and excluded us to continue using our energies in destructive ways. Little More than self propelled. B 10 the president for a declaration guns lending ire support to the 0f an emergency nor did he go infantry. And the korean War int0 Deniis of wha 5uch a dec Ara came to rest possibly More heavily Tion could cover than in some other wars on the several senators who heard no Alders of Ltd Foo. Soldier. Secretary Marshall and the Gold us .7r .7ve ssh or tsar i Vlf rough Tough a Bull fights keep troopers in top physical shape. Germans train the battalion of West Berlin Industrial police below in training might Well form the cadre of the new West Berlin army expected to be recruited As soon As possible. If germans Are willing their army May form a vital part of the big european army under Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower to be created by Atlantic pact nations. Men shown Are already being trained in anti riot control and other military tactics. Said curls Border and he knew his would Snabl cd on North korean enemy was beaten. Plication of controls and a a but unexpectedly he encountered # hordes of chinese communists a of of of a Hting who were thrown Acron the Yalu. River when the. Gam. A near., tur Nuh lhh., carrying a few handfuls of Hee pub c i. In their puffy quilted overcoat. A5 and using Only the weapon they a a could carry they swept Down on to d that to were old the american army from All sides. Quot a has Oso 119 children they came in the night from a. A korean hating the Hills and the Gorges they in a filtrate through american positions and Cut communications and roads and they Cut off entire units Europe not ready. To resist a bomb London up a women and gum Ireland. Switzerland and w ill be in a Tough spot Austria have no plans for evacuate chinese weigh asian Appeal Lake Success a a sir Senegal n. Rau India said Gen.1 we Hsiu Chuan of communist China told him that the piping government wants to Stop the fighting in Korea As a quickly As ?� we also said piping is giving careful consideration to a peace Appeal by 13 asian and Middle East nations. The report on Raul to conversations with we ambassador of red China in Manhattan was issued by Rau after he told his fellow asian and Middle East delegates about the meeting. The 13 delegates will meet again monday Rau said. The text of Raul to statement to newsmen follows a othe 13 sponsoring delegations met again this afternoon. They reviewed the situation in the Light of further information available and decided to continue their efforts. A of saw general we this morning. He has indicated his government is giving careful consideration to the Appeal which we made and is desirous of bringing the fighting to an end As Early As ?� an Indian spokesman said As the delegates met that negotiations Are going on in piping through the Indian ambassador s. K. Pan Lukkar but he would not divulge what negotiations. He said also that the United. States is being kept informed As Well As the United nations. I an end to the intervention carried out forcibly by the United states under a blasphemy of the name of the United ?� Vishinsky to current Resolution was a watered Down version of the measure demanded by we when he addressed the Security Council two weeks ago. That Resolution voted Down by the Council demanded condemnation of the u. S. For sending troops to Formosa and Korea. It urged the general Assembly a Oto demand the withdrawal from Korea of the armed forces of the United states of America and All other countries and to leave the people of North and South Korea to Settle the Domestic affairs of Korea themselves so that a peaceful solution of the korean question May be ?� derides estimate on foe before presenting his Resolution Vishinsky derided in estimates that 400,000 chinese communist troops May be fighting in Korea. He called the estimates a hollow listings which could be sucked out of your ?� marines near Rescue column if enemy bombers Start blasting ing City populations. Norway has. A Europe to major cities. Begun to worry. Britain and Den delay action civil defense leaders know the Mark to a lesser degree Are ready necessity of evacuation plans and for trouble under grounding of Industry but on padlock the admit operating and chopped them up in expert Ca 11 a n a guerrilla style. Till of rdc Iii i Juan or or Milwaukee four be american c. I. A took a terrific a Quot do to Amer major Powers such As Ger cities and has asked local officials As postponed until Mctire in a. Operating an illegal still at a a Manv a in inn and. Britain is Best prepared. Kenosha was a1 apparently Are in no hurry to pre _ i ,. Pair civilians for world War Iii besides setting up a 70,000 Mem state to motion for a temporary most of them revealed things Ber civil defense Force. Britain has Junction to padlock an alleged Are moving slowly. Defeated for prepared for an evacuation of key 8nbling place in Kenosha count it intellectual inferiority is not to11 of the enemy but the chinese Cir county farm the cause of juvenile delinquency horde rolled on pushing him Back Many Low . Children Are Emo toward the sea. Tonally Well adj ted. Because a � a a they have Good personality traits american their pleas to no contest were ,. A a they fit into school life and the doughboy and marines enlisted Charles Cosintino 44 his Broth pm Ace to set up a civil social Milieu. I conversely. In the men and officers alike agree that or Michael m., 47 Edward j. A en5c a scr Many Austria and Italy Are Bat to Check the details. Most britons january. _ b thing a legacy of economic chaos got their Basic training in Evascu a be postponement was agreed the defendants who originally we myriads of problems clamor rating during world War ii so the upon Between the attorney Gen pleaded innocent hut for priority and have no civil authorities claim no rehearsals Crall Tsary attorney for Picabea innocent but changed Stanley Miller. 31. Of Kenosha. Defense. Finland is forbidden by Are called for. Shelters conver Milieu conversely know people to break the Law be debacle would have been four a a Wicz and Frank Cicchini 33.1 Britain still ready. Miller charged in a criminal action with being keeper of a Gamb the British Home office is look place filet in circuit court an ing into the matter of air raid affidavit showing he had sold his Lake Success n. Y a a Russia called saturday for the withdrawal of a fall foreign troops a presumably chinese communist As Well As United nations forces a from Korea. Soviet foreign minister Andrei y. Vishinsky made the proposal in a new Resolution submitted to the general Assembly to main political committe which demanded not h e immediate withdrawal from Korea of All foreign ?� after the meeting. Vishinsky refused to say whether by a foreign troops he meant peking to forces As Well As those of the United states and other countries. Poland wary Russia and communist China have insisted that Only a of volunteers from China Are fighting on the Side of the North koreans. How Tever the Veteran bolshevik took pains in his committee speech to Point out that volunteers a of legitimately Are organized into military units founder the command of the people they Are fighting ?� polish Delegate Julius Katz Suchy who sits in soviet councils at the in said the question of whether the chinese communist forces were considered a foreign troops is a of matter of ?� As Vishinsky presented his res a up it Elution. Sir Benefit Rau. Chief of Tokyo. ? mediation minded Delegate thousand encircled u. S. Station met with Gen. We Hsiu it Ines and infantrymen slugged to Chuan chinese communist Leader within 400 Yards of a United a at the in. To discuss plans for a tons Rescue in a Northeast general cease fire and the Crea Hon of a Buffer zone in Korea. Korea a amt the fanatic a squat Rau saw we at mid manhat of division after division of Chi tank to Waldorf Astoria hotel for Nese communists blacking an is the third a of peace conference be Cape path to the sea. Tween the new Delhi and peking the trapped men were attempt delegations. In re act the Japan sea where rnn., or. A nerf a a huge Armada waited to carry conference monday # us Skukr eve aviation of informants said Rau s visit was Sqq troops. Part of a new round of discussions the leathernecks and infantry aimed at lining up support or men battled chinese soldiers in India to proposal expected to be a thunderous air and artillery put before the Polit a. Committee barrage it they were attempting monday demanding establish up we a the Rescue column ment of a demilitarized zone be which had fitted a path to within tween the communist and in Yang fee marines and the forces in Korea. Troops bid to fight ferociously Vishinsky told the 80-nation for every against wildly committee that Russia was arcu shooting chinese lating its own Resolution because maj Gen Almond it is a desirous of a peaceful i commander of the in 10th corp element of the korean question at hum Hungt South of the and the restoration of peace in the Eri circled men that they were far ?� faced with division after division the Resolution he said had two0� chinese. Pm inns As soon As one chinese division i the immediate withdrawal out of ammunition it is re a a from Korea of All foreign placed by a fresh body of troops troops. A your units i won to say Are 2 the vesting of the solution of beaten up but considerably Dis a the korean question in the concerted Are still the same units korean people alone. Find themselves faced with a owe consider this a he said a othe an entirely fresh foe to beat up a Only Way to restore peace and put Almond said. Fear russian air Force May pounce on Japan who the had Genius i q s. Stupidity fid it it use if it had not been for they were under indictment and Britain leads the Way in Europe shelters and old the question will establishment two Days after state is not the answer. Another mix Conception is that delinquents invariably come from had Homes. But the original article on thieves a lacking sense says a one boy was asked if his Mother had been to see him at the jail. A to not the started. And under his breath added. A thank ??� an indication that this Mother was like most mothers desperately interested in seeing her offspring become a Fine person 00 to understand delinquency wre must understand what All delinquents have in common. In to sure no one can disagree with the obvious facts that delinquents Are american closes a support. 5,arid a be Ort a a a a for of More ij1000 be brought up in parliament soon and county officers raided it nov planes accounted for thousands a Federal Ayr Jar tuesday. This figure comprises 61.500 per above d Dur. A a the buyer Quot name was Given As of the relentless enemy who never judge Robert e Tchan defer sons in the civil defense corps. 5. In he War Arf Desman. Fra a Haczkiewicz Lake county. Got a shot at the americans. Air red sentencing the four pending 500 in the auxiliary fire no ,,.round shelters la Power is credited with the almost an investigation by the probation and 4.500 in the National Hospital converted for peacetime the place raided was at the in a single handed Protection of the depart Nunt. Each has been free service. Ter Section of highways 43 and 192 fighting withdrawal. On $2,500 Bond. France. Switzerland. Denmark Frances Civi defense set up is agents of the Federal alcohol Norway and Ireland have civil de in the face of these difficulties the american i continues to tax unit raided the Floyd Damon lense forces of various sizes. Delight to believe in Victory and to farm in Racine county june 12. Gium s is Only in the blueprint retain Faith in his officers and 1948, and found 1,100 Gallons of stage squad leaders. . Seize suspect Italy Germany Bel blackjacks or guns Don t prevail in crime picture professor says still in Early stages. In the event of War. France has about 1,500.000 persons eligible to be called up for i n _ i j. Civil defense work in connection in i of ice Ini i Liny with fire duties. New York a a the Fri an Naly has no civil defense set up. Pounced the arrest of Anthony although the government is plan Rotundo. 34. Who they said was eng one. Wanted by Chicago police in con w Estem Germany lying at what Section with the slaying of former observers consider a vital position police Lieut. William Drury there along the cold War front has no last Sopt. 25. Civil defense Force and no plans the Fri said Rotundo was a ter evacuation. Rested in Baltimore As a parole Bostons Ai a most crime is breaker who takes his loot by Jug a out of 16,000 licensed phys Switzerland and Ireland both a a a Ora 1 in the minority and have min invisible a according to a Boston Sling the figures on a balance Evans in new York a he said Mit Neutral in the last War Are plan Drury we tas ambushed and shot Bority feelings about things and University criminologist Sheet rather than at the Point of too were convicted in a single Nin problem o defense. T0 death in his garage. He had 2 they set them elves against a sophisticated criminals will a gun. Year for giving or accepting kick scandinavians Alert. Been fired from the Chicago police society rather than contribute to Prosper As Long is the citizen a othe Public is inclined to think backs in workmen to Bompensa Norway and Denmark have Force for refusing to Tell a grand it. In to sure that we i id so thinks crime must be violent a of crime Only in Terras of robber lion Cut in a. Jury what he knew about the 1946 a Gree that the forces that shape a prof. Albert Morris warned delinquent Are in action Long before the lawbreaking begins. And burglary a he said a Oso cities made plans also. During world War la danish gang slaying of James Ragen. Racing new to service publisher. How do these inferiority feelings get started parents that Are a to the Point where the result of their overprotective Ness makes a boy the object of ridicule to his classmates can give a boy inferiority feelings. Also parents who try to criticise their children into perfection. In it parents feel that nagging. Fault finding and constant correction will make turn to Page 2, cat. I another a of invisible criminal the trouble is Morris said that hire policemen who Are at least May be the business corporation most citizens think of Law enforce five feet nine inches tall weigh he added. Morris said 70 of the citric defense comprised almost Drury to slaying came after he ment As a sort of glorified game 175 pounds and pass a physical nation to largest corporations aver 400.000 men and this figure will it and offered to testify about in of cops and robbers Complete ?� aged 14 Adverse Legal decisions a the minimum in the event of de world activities before a sen w Ith the bark of guns the scream even ii the old fashioned cops each in criminal or a of borderline another War. Evacuation centers j a a crime investigating committee. My of victims and the screech of got around to chatting with a cases Over a Span of 45 years brakes. Have been set up in Many cities. Count ants he said they could t even we then the criminal comes Industry has not gone under pot tier grand a flight so society turns its Wrath on Tell if someone had been tamper from what the Public Calls the ground but factory defense units a j robbers most of whom steal less with the books. Underworld. Moms said there have been set up. Pics in a font re plus than $5 at a crack a he said. A Othats to Why the Fri has Law in t much violence attendant on Norway civil defense comprises grand rapids Mich a a a meanwhile he added a respect vers and accountants for agents a the Best paying terms of crime some 50,000 men. Plans Are being Martin h. Carmody former grand blew professional men and business he said. A Oit recognizes that most he said the biggest gangsters made for City evacuation. Indus Knight of the knights of Colum corporations Are stealing millions crime is invisible to the untrained arc just merchandisers who each try is not preparing to go under bus died today at 78. As supreme without the Public to noticing their ?� year Market millions of dollars ground although Hydro electric head of the order he was Active Quot sophisticated thievery. Moms said Many physicians Are we North of a of commodities such As Power plants under construction in War work during the first Morris said society is ill equip among the practitioners of a oin vis gambling slips illegal liquor Nax or planned will be built into Moun world War. He was a Corpora Ped to fight the Type of Lew a blew crime comics and vice. It Taina to Ai to be bomb proof. Tion attorney. By Drew Pearson Washington merry go round Washington. A one of the most important things to be remembered about North Korea is that there Are five red army infantry divisions just a few Miles away at Vladivostok plus another three red army infantry divisions at Dairen in Manchuria and a total of about 1.000.000 red army troops in Siberia generally. That is Why the state department kept warning the joint chiefs of staff who in turn were supposed to warn Macarthur that the russians we Tould never permit an american army to come within 401 Miles of Vladivostok without attacking. Now the big question is whether the red army in Siberia will remain put or get the urge to invade Japan. That is the current fear at the defense department. The fear is especially vibrant because an intelligence Survey of Siberia shows that the red army is strongest in airborne divisions which Are used for one thing Only a invasion. Two airborne divisions Are located at the extreme Northeast tip of Siberia just across the Bering Strait from Alaska. Another airborne division is located on Kamchatka not far from the Aleutian islands. Another airborne division is in Sakhalin just a few Miles North of Japan with a total of eight other airborne divisions in the maritime provinces of Siberia opposite Japan. Along with these red army troops or estimated to be about 4,000 russian air planes. Finally Russia has a treaty of military assistance with China and could now claim it As an excuse for attack on u. S. Forces in Japan. Squirrel sense. Signs of the times Steve Leo press chief for the National Security resources Board overheard a conversation Between two White House guards the other Day. One remarked that the White House squirrels were unusually Busy this year storing away acorns for the Winter. This he said we tas a sure sign of a Long Winter. A Osaw a disagreed the other guard a Otheya tre just preparing for ?� opium in Battle. Following front line reports that chinese soldiers appear to be a chopped up with drugs this column can weal that for some time the piping government has been secretly cultivating and smuggling opium this has been a secret project of the chinese economic commission to raise Revenue for the chinese army and to hire spies. Last month chinese communist authorities actually tried to sell 500 tons of opium to the British Imperial chemical industries ltd., in honk Kong a enough opium to Supply the world to legitimate needs for 15 months. However the offer was turned Down and the incident reported to the United nations which is trying to control the world wide use of narcotics. Most chinese opium is handled by International smuggling rings

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