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2 Jul 1950

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2 Jul 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 02, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 21, no. 9racine, wis., sunday july 2, 1950 to pages Long Campaign looms in Korea ?" up it a the from the hundreds of planes ported virtual collapse of the available on Japan Okinawa South korean army Means a hard Guam and on Allied aircraft bloody and perhaps Long Cam i carriers. Pain for american troops thrown initial limits on armed Ameri into the Battle against the korean can Aid to Korea were abandoned communists. J Friday even before the full pro military men Here said the out portions of the southerners Trout look is All the More grim because became known publicly. Foul weather May make it increase in his original announcement singly difficult to bring american to of american intervention presi a a superiority to Bear. At this Dent Truman had mentioned Only time of year Korea normally air and sea support of the defend enters a season of torrential Rains i ing army. Friday the White House and overcast skies lasting two disclosed that ground forces would months or More. Be used As Well. Weather important. Originally american planes during the next few Days when also had been forbidden to Fly the first u. S. Ground forces Are Over the communists to Home Terri struggling to get established and i tory. Stop the Rush of communist tanks j officials said it was realized the weather will be of extreme from the Start that attacks on importance. It will decide More Home bases would be the most than anything else whether the effective Way to fight the Comers get Protection and support Monist air Force. But they added. J at Kan 0k flights above the reds pushing South. Pilots report first casualty Frederick j. Walsh above of Massillon Ohio was announced by the army As the first official american War casualty in the korean War. His father Ralph b. Walsh sr., was notified that he suffered flesh wounds the extent of which was not announced. Nea telephoto. Can t recall freed go s 38th parallel was ordered to demonstrate that the United states wanted Only to drive the invaders Back into their territory. Ban lifted. The ban was lifted and the new Boundary Tor u. S. Flights set at the korean manchurian Border. Washington a up a army there has been no official sex and air Force veterans who were j Pia nation As to Why u. S. Ground discharged after the last War and forces were not ordered to South who did no to sign up for the Korea at the Start. But ground serves then cannot be recalled to fighting normally involves larger service on the ground that the War numbers of men than Aerial com emergency has never ended offi t Bat and consequently More scially. In general that was the reply of army and air Force spokesmen to these two questions being raised by veterans i in Case of a presidential Call i a , Rocourt to what would casualties. The government to first plans were based on the Hope that the South koreans would rally after their initial setback and offer considerable resistance. At a Pentagon briefing of of Lormer officers porters the Day before or. Tru n Case 01 in of Rose be the status who did not sign up for the j Man announced armed Aid army serve commissions after their spokesmen said the situation in War service Korea was not hopeless. 2 could a discharged i be if the South koreans were Well a called Back to service on the trained and Nad the will to fight grounds that the draft Law which one officer declared at that time was in effect during the War Obi they should give the invaders con gated him to serve for the Dura j Sid Erable opposition. Lion and six months counter attack fails. Need not accept. The army spokesman a the air Force said any air of knowledge at this initial briefing Fleer who was separated from the that a counterattack by two South service without signing up for a new Reserve commission could not be recalled. In Case the country should find itself in a new korean divisions had failed for Lack of co ordination. They confirmed that two american division withdrawn emergency a spokesman said the from South Korea last year had air Force would review the Rolls j left $56,000,000 Worth of equip of former officers and offer new Orient for the korean army. This commissions to those it wanted included no tanks however. Nor those offered new to commissions \ the korean air Force been would not have to accept them 1 riven any combat planes. However a Truman to decision to Send the spokesman added that Dis ground forces closely followed a charge certificates protect enlist report to Washington by Gen. air veterans of the War against Douglas Macarthur after his visit being recalled. To the Hting zone thursday. An army representative said defence department spokesmen former army officers who were Quot to told reporters thursday a discharged from their commis Thorning that the South koreans Sion and who did not sign up for appeared to be making Progress could toward a stabilized front said later that Macarthur report had not been received at that time. Feel secure of Pearl Harbor Pearl Harbor. A i a american military authorities be new reverse commissions not be called Back. However some who were placed on inactive duty. Lather than being discharged could be. Wartime Glt to who were discharged could t be called Back under the wartime draft Law to. Navy procedure differs. In the Navy Reserve officers commissions Are for an indefinite j Lieve Hawaii to defences Are Ade period. Most naval Reserve offi Quale to fight off another Pearl cers were placed Oil inactive duty Harbor attack after the War. They Are still in u. S. Officers concede that the Reserve and subject to being ground sea and air forces Are lows to recalled to duty. A few to have been in number. But they feel that discharged or have resigned How i founder the present ?� the Ever. Forces Are sufficient. Former Navy enlisted men. If they said magic Eye radar com they did not enlist again following Petely screens Hawaii on All sides discharge during mobilization a although radar would not Neces have the same status As any other warily give enough Advance warn civilians. Ing to prevent an air attack such As the dec. 7, 1941 japanese raid. 20,000th lithuanian arrives in new York new ?" u pm when Stan islam Orantas. 51, arrived saturday aboard the Navy transport Gen. Plack to became the 20,000th lithuanian displaced person to be brought to Tho United states under auspices of War Relief services of Tho National Catholic welfare conference. His wife. Josephine 36, and daughters Durante 5, and Dalia 4, we Tere next Down to the gangplank. The Orantas family is in route to Cleveland. Jonas Burrvs lithuanian Consul general and Joseph Boley acting president of the United lithuanian Relief welcomed them at the pier. The Orantas family was captured and imprisoned by the russians in 1944 but escaped after three months and fled to Germany where they were interned at the Augsburg displaced persons Camp. Rule Auto dealers violate the Law Washington. Our a a National labor relations Board trial examiner ruled that seven i i Detroit Auto dealers violated the Taft Hartlev act by refusing to bargain with the United Auto workers Cio. Examiner Stephen s. Bean recommended that the Board order them to bargain with the Union. The Norb last year certified the Union As bargaining agent. The companies Are All Ford Mercury and Lincoln dealers. Fail to push Bill on reds Washington up a the Senate met for la minutes in an unusual saturday session forced by an unsuccessful Republican attempt to bring up a communist control Bill. Democratic Leader Scott w. Lucas iu., blocked immediate consideration of the Bill by recessing the Senate until wednesday after Only about a score of senators less than half the necessary 49 for a quorum showed up. Charge polities Lucas told reporters later that the Republican move for a saturday session was made for a political ?� he said it would be discussed at a democratic policy committee meeting wednesday. A Otheya to better Stop playing politics while this korean crisis is on a Lucas said. But Sens. Karl e. Mundt r., s. D., and Homer Ferguson r., mich., co authors of the communist control Bill objected to Lucas to stand. Mundt told newsmen that Lucas a Ocan have a real political War on this Issue if he we Tants ?� he said he will seek to Force an Early vote on the Bill saying a othe administration just Hasnett awakened to the facts of the atomic ?� fear full War Ferguson said other nations will have a Little confidences in the u. S. Determination to fight communism a oif we done to do something about it at ?� both said the korean fighting might Blossom into a full scale we tar thus a of necessitating a close Check on communists and subversives in this country. The Bill approved by the Senate judiciary committee three months ago would impose stiff Federal curbs on communist operations in this country. For grandson in Lollypop fight Pasadena. Calif. Our a a grandson of the late president Roosevelt and a 10-year-old chum agreed that next time they go to the movies they Tell let the movie actors do the fighting. Police capt. Hugh d. Morgan said he had talked to Haven Roosevelt to and his father John Roosevelt and to Jackie Kuhl the other party in a free swinging Lollypop Battle which sent Haven to a Hospital. A Jackie put Bubble gum in Haven to hair and he got mad. I would ?� Morgan said. A of explained to them How to serious accidents can happen sometimes. They both said they to be More careful from now ?� Haven we tas slightly Cut on the head during the Battle by a blow from Jackie to half eaten sucker. On Korea on Eastern newspaper soviet to Dodge open conflict in Korea press Berlin. A a a soviet propagandists told jittery Eastern Europe that Russia will avoid open entanglement in the korean War. From Berlin to Bucharest communist controlled news papers emphasized the non intervention policy of Moscow to. Publish notes. The full text of the Exchange of notes Between the u. S. And soviet governments earlier last week we tas bloc front pages. The official soviet in Germany. Taeg Liche Mundschau said Moscow to answer to the american request for joint intervention a clarified the korean ?� a while the War hysteria takes increasingly grotesque forms in the Western world where newspapers and radio stations compete in mongering reports and an atmosphere of general catastrophe prevails the peace fighters in Tull knowledge of their strength stand on guard to protect the peace a the soviet Organ reported. The u. S. Had requested the russians to intervene to help halt the fighting in Korea. The soviet Union replied that it did not approve of the a interference of foreign Powers in the internal affairs of ?� Battle reports meager. East bloc new tsp apers published Only Brief fragmentary reports i on the korean lighting. But they devoted columns to articles on the communist sponsored Stockholm Resolution to outlaw the atom bomb. Germans collaborating with the soviet government appeared confident the korean struggle would not spark an explosion in Europe in the near future. Truman s red quarantine line president Truman to historic decision to � commit american armed forces to action in South Korea Send naval Protection to Formosa and bolster the defences of the Philippines and indo China closed the final Gap in a a ored quarantine line extending around the soviet dominated we world. The Long Range cold War strategy to create a situations of strength and oppose red aggression wherever it threatened has had Many facets ranging from the Marshall plan to the show of Allied determination that kept red youths from a of capturing Berlin. Its major dramatic Peak before Korea was the Victory of the Airlift and russian easing of the Berlin blockade. Informed military observers believe that the red invasion of Korea Wras merely the Kickoff for stepped up communist conquests of Formosa Southeast Asia and Central Europe. As a major turning Point in the cold we tar the 38th parallel in Korea could go Down in history As a othe place we there world War Iii began a or As one of the great landmarks on the Road to we world peace. Moscow orders Border move report Taipei up a chinese nationalist intelligence sources said the sino reds in Manchuria had moved 200.000 troops to the North korean Border. The movement these sources said was made at the specific order of Moscow. At the same time reports persisted Here that Large numbers of chinese communist troops we Tere pouring into Manchuria to be thrown into the korean struggle if necessary. Set trial for pair accused of threats Madisonville. By. A up a the trial of Johnny Mcroy and Fay Hicks was set for july 7 by county judge Justin Logan. The men mine watchmen in Hopkins county were accused with threatening mrs. Thelma Watts with physical violence. They were released on $500 recognizance Bond each. Ersel Watts is also awaiting trial on charges of shooting and wounding we Tith intent to kill. Hicks and Mcroy charge that Watts shot them while they were Riding in a convertible on the outskirts of Morton to Gap thursday. Watts has been placed under $1,000 Bond awaiting trial in county court july 6. Forest aflame Riverside ?" or a a Forest fire raced along the wooded slopes of my san Gorgonio and burned out of control along an i eight mile front. Seoul became a City of fear soon after guns began to Boom action in far East hearkens slavs says exiled King in blast at usurper crash at Mauston kills Chicago Man Mauston. ?" to John h. Owen 65, of Chicago was killed instantly saturday when his car collided with another on a Highway 12-16 near Here. His wife. Maggie 68. Was taken to the Mauston Hospital. The Owens 14-year-old grandson David was also in the car but escaped injury. None of the occupants of the other car were injured. Its Driver was William Richter. 42. Of new Lisboa. Chicago or a exiled King Peter of Yugoslavia said he believes the United states action in Korea a gives the enslaved people of Yugoslavia great ?� he said it has been the first real proof a that the United states will stand by its word in fighting for a othe rights of free people wherever in the world they Are being oppressed. It he said he considers world War Iii a a Overy definite possibility although in Korea the russians May be attempting to gauge reactions and find out How far you will ?� the Young King Here for a National Celebration of the serbian National defense Council of Amer Ica said the dissenting vote of the. Yugoslav Delegate in the United nations Resolution against communist aggression this week makes it a obvious that Tito is definitely a communist and always will be a ?� Italy supports i. S. Decision Washington a our a Italy formally expressed her full support of United states action in the korean War. Italy to support was communicated to Deputy Secretary of state h. Freeman Matthews by italian ambassador Alberto Tarchiani during a 20-minute meeting. Tarchiani said american action to fulfil the United nations decision to try to halt the korean fighting a has the full Solidarity of the italian ?� although Italy is a member of the North Atlantic pact group she is not a in Mem i Ber. Canada discusses Overall command Washington our a Canadian ambassador Hume wrong discussed with assistant Secretary of state John d. Hickerson the question of Overall command of United nations forces joining the korean fighting. There have been reports the in might designate Gen. Douglas Macarthur As top in commander. Wrong declined to reveal his government s attitude on the command question. He said he also discussed with j Hickerson How to Deal we Tith offers j of assistance by in members. Editor ? note Jack James United press Bureau manager in Seoul who scored a world beat of two hours on the Start of the korean War tells in the following dispatch the first connected Story of what happened in Seoul when the invasion began. It describes How the americans got out when the communists rolled South. By Jack James a do Anc de american Mili tary head quarters Suwon ?" or a shortly after the guns began to Boom Seoul became a City of fear and confusion. It was a chaos of wild rumours broken communications and Panicky automobile its jostling for positions on Seoul to one wide southbound Street. By monday the news had spread that North korean troops were rolling South from the 38th parallel through South Korea and the City was alive we Tith wild rumours. Monday afternoon 700 dependent we Tomen and children of americans in the Seoul area were evacuated by ships. Burn u. S. Records. Monday night 90 unmarried women employees of the american Mission in Korea were notified by radio to prepare for evacuation As soon As possible packing Only essentials. Two Hundred american men still in Seoul were told to pack hastily and report to the american embassy. American ambassador John j. Muccio who broadcast the order then ordered All cryptographic materials destroyed. Tuesday morning reports we Thich appeared reliable said South korean troops were holding the Northern communist invaders several Miles to the North. The Northern air Force had bombed Kimpo Airport once and was threatening in propaganda broadcasts to Send too planes Over it that morning. Tuesday morning automobiles carrying panic stricken evacuees headed South. Half a dozen Cabinet ministers and several top american officials were among them. Destroy phones. When i arrived at the american embassy almost everyone had . The american maintained Telephone system the Only efficient one in Seoul had been destroyed. An announcement on the desk in the embassy press room said the South korean government we tas moving to Suwon 20 Miles South. Russian made Yak fighter planes strafed intermittently. There were rumours that president Sungman Rhee Muccio and All South korean officials had gone. There also were rumours that South korean army Guy had moved and the american military advisory group of 450 officers had been evacuated to Japan. With an obliging private citizen who had a car and another correspondent i left. My objective was to find the government. By this time there were rumours that Northern tanks were less than a mile away and racing through the City unopposed. Suwu ton with time out for diving into ditches to avoid strafing attacks was two hours away. At Suwon we Learned that the South korean government was farther South at Taejon. We appropriated a jeep abandoned by the american military advisory group at the Suwon Airstrip and left for Taejon 80 Miles away. Once there or. Clarence Rhee head of the korean Republic to Public information office told us Seoul still was in Republican hands. A your troops Are ?� he said a and the government is moving Back to ?� blow up Bridges. Though the report was not True we turned around and headed Back. Twenty Miles from Seoul we met straggling groups of soldiers. The Bridges into the City were gone blown up by the retreating South koreans. The Republic to troops were broken and fleeing. But they kept their rifles. Military police rounded up and reformed the wandering disorganized troops. American planes started flying against North korean positions. I went to bed for the first time in four nights but not in Seoul. It still was in communist hands. . Discusses War strategy Lake Success n. ?" ?" the a of Neutral Small plowers of the United nations Security Council Hope to mediate the crisis in Korea informed sources said today but no move will be made at least until the american backed Southern koreans have scored a major Victory. Hinges on Russia. India to sir Senegal Rau who finished his term As Security Council president Friday is the prime mover in the mediation Campaign. But even Rau noted for past efforts to obtain Media Tion of the conflict Between rus Sia and the West admitted sadly that the present a ois no time for ?� the non permanent members of the Security Council excluding Egypt met yesterday to map their Campaign to mediate the korean War. It was understood that the mediation would be Between North and South korean governments provided Russia j stays out of the conflict. . Secretary general Trygve i lie met today with his top and i visors to continue discussion on three main issues not discussed by the Security Council which yesterday heard the impressive Roll of pledges of Aid and moral support from member countries. They were i the formation of a co ordinate to ing committee to handle the flow of Aid to Korea. J the appointment of a supreme commander for the International military naval and air forces that have pledged their might to enforce the ? sanctions. Designation of the Blue and White . Flag As the Battle Banner of those forces instead of their National emblems. I drop leaflets in North Korea an airbase in ?" a a a fifth air Force c-46 flew Over communist held portions of Korea dropping leaflets which said a othe United nations has appealed to the american forces in Japan to assist you peace Loving citizens of the Republic of Korea in your struggle against the unprovoked aggression from the North. We shall give you every support. Be steadfast. Be Calm. Be courageous. Resist firmly. Together we shall drive the aggressor from your ?� leaves Large estate in Trust for widow weather balks Aerial attacks against tanks Washington a u.gt a american pilots have reported seeing to North korean tanks about to Miles South of communist captured Seoul the air Force said. The report was Given to newsmen at a a of briefing at the Pentagon. Defense department spokesmen offered the information after conflicting reports about North korean tanks making a break through across the Han River. Seoul is just North of the Han River. A military spokesman also said that a report was received that Gen. Chung la Kwon had replaced Gen. Chae Byung Duk As commander in chief of the South korean army. The air Force reported that As of Midnight july i korean time weather had been hampering american air Force operations against the communist invaders. Fighters turn Back during the Day a spokesman said 12 f-80 Jet fighter sorties i we Tere flown. He indicated that the fighters turned Back because of weather. Also during the Day he said 12 b-29 bomber sorties were in de against Han River Bridge Ith unconfirmed results. The was no immediate explanation of the spokesman to use of the word �??� previously it had been reported that three of the four Bridges across the Han had been knocked out. He confirmed that an american c-54 plane was found wrecked 20 Miles North of the port of Pusan in South Korea. The air Force said its report listed five air Force crewmen As killed. This spokesman said he had no other report although Tokyo reports put the number of dead at 23. A spokesman said he had no information about the situation at Suwon the u. S. Military base about 20 Miles South of Seoul except what has been received in news reports from the far East. The reports said the americans after fleeing the base now were returning. Carrier to sail the Navy said its reports Are still meager but that u. S. Navy vessels with the Aid of British units Are maintaining a blockade of Korea to Eastern coast. This spokesman said that the aircraft Carrier philippine sea and the heavy Cruiser Toledo accompanied by eight destroyers and other ships will leave from the West coast for Pearl Harbor. He could not say when. He also said information As to whether the ships would remain at Pearl Harbor or go on to other bases Wras classified. The u. S. Seventh Fleet was ordered to step up its attack on communist beachhead around the South korean coast. Some quarters expected Carrier planes to go into action backing up the naval guns. South korean sources reported that the South korean government executed 90 to too top communists before the capital City of Seoul was abandoned to the North korean army. Farmers a not Panicky the Moscow to press continued to denounce the american intervention in Korea. One publication said the United states and nationalist China had reached a secret pact calling for the invasion of the chinese Mainland by japanese american and chinese nationalist troops. An army spokesman said at the briefing that the South koreans particularly the Farmers Are a not being ?� Appleton wis. A a the will of the late John g. Sawall Appleton for a Gross estate of $318,657, was filed for probate in county court Friday. The entire estate was left in Trust to the first Wisconsin Trust j co., with a provision that the widow to Loretta of Appleton will get the entire income for life. At her death the estate is to Bej divided among nephews and nieces. Sawall was a representative in Europe for the International j Harvester co. For about 30 years j and retired Here in 1936. He died i aug. 16. 1948. Baby Dies in collision Black River Falls ?" 1a�?"a 13-months-old baby was killed and four persons All from Chicago were seriously injured in a head on collision Between an automobile and a Semi trailer truck near Here saturday. Dead was Patrick Dander son of or. And mrs. William Dander. The infant to parents and another couple or. And mrs. Mitchell Dander All were in serious condition at a Hospital Here with multiple injuries. The truck Driver was uninjured

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