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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 01, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol 21, no. 22racine, Wie. Sunday october i 1950 8 pages 4 _ near end of War in South Korea f reds break up . Conference on Korea s Fate Lake ?"<wrhe i cited nations Assembly s political committee decided to begin extraordinary consideration of the korean question after its chairman took the unprecedented step of ordering a Brief adjournment to Shat off a soviet bloc filibuster. In a heated confused opening session the committee decided 46 to Zero to go at once into the korean Case without waiting to set its Agenda set. Lake Success. N. Y a a the soviet bloc saturday broke up a meeting of the United nations general Assembly s political committee slated to discuss the future of Korea when a czech Delegate Pencil and paper refused to yield the floor on i Lissin from a the order of the chairman. Roberto Urdaneta a Balacz of Colombia suspended the meeting for to minutes after he was unable to Stop a speech against death sentences in Greece made by the czech ambassador to Poland. Franti sek Pisek. Scream for attention. Pandemonium broke Loose As Urdaneta suspended the meeting. The soviet bloc representatives shouted Over the hubbub demand Milwaukee ing that they be Given the floor year old youth who went joyriding request to the governor for re Siren voiced Julius Katz Suchy a car he didst know Ivas stolen lease of $1 <7,000 for equipment Rye a above and beyond the Call of artillery and Small arms fire. Of Poland screamed for attention wound up saturday with a severe and alterations in Wisconsin Gen duty at Taejon on july 20 and 21. When the town of Taejon was and soviet foreign minister an Bullet wound after a wild police Era Hospital. Has Missin g since the finally overrun he refused to unperturbed a three year old Karen nostro sits with Bare feet on a chair in the sheriff to office at Pinckneyville iu., As she plays with a the child. New York state children s Home at Lackawanna. Was found at nearby Duquoin iu., in a Rooming House with mrs. Ethel Davis an employee. A photo. Wound youth in car Chase raise Board at University of Wisconsin Madison. Wis. A do a the University of Wisconsin Board of regents named one of the Navy to top research psychologists As head of the University Extension Divi Sion to psychology department. Succeeds w cd la or. Charles s. Bridgman head of the human engineering Branch of the Navy special devices censer at Sands Point n. Yuz will direct the Extension division to Bureau of Industrial and applied psychology. Or. Carl h. Wedell who was killed in an automobile crash last Winter formerly headed the Bureau. In other action the regents raised dormitory room and Board $36 a year to make ends meet. The increase raises students to room and Board to $636 for the school year. Agreed to refund All fees to students whose War work takes them out of school before they Complete enough work for semester credits. Allotted $9,090 for additional military uniforms for the University to highest Roth enrolment. Appointed Peter Cha Ranis As rest for the weary exhausted marines snatch a moment of rest behind a Wall in Seoul while one Peers around a Corner watching for snipers. Note the pain and fatigue on the bearded Marine to face. Nea telephoto award hero medal to missing general flying saucers an actuality students told Columbus. Ohio a up a fifth Grade school children the world j Over if they Learned their lessons last week now know there Are such things As flying saucers. They know because their �?onews-1 paper told them so. Says he saw them their newspaper is a omy weekly Reader a published by the american education press of Columbus one of the oldest educational publishing houses in the United states. It is required Reading in Many schools. The newspaper goes to schools in every state and 55 foreign countries. Just How Many the company won to say. A omy weekly Reader for sept. 18-22 week carried an article by a torn Trott a a frankly fictitious character on flying saucers. A Otom Trotty told his Youthful readers a Othis week we Are at an Airport on the Atlantic coast. The most exciting thing we have seen is flying saucers. A ofor several years people in Many parts of our country have claimed to have seen flying saucers. The government proved that Washington a president his military experience and know to some of these people w Ere imag to u it. Truman awarded the ingress on Edge was clearly Apt to result in Ming things. However i am now replace prof Rob it revnolds Iai medal of Honor a urday to his death. He personally and alone allowed to Tell some try Reynolds will be visiting proves 8-mile drop a air Force capt. Richard v. Wheeler stands in a Field near Holloman air base at Alamogordo n.m., after making a Parachute drop from a height of More than eight Miles. Wheeler made the jump to test the device which opens the Chute automatically after a Man has fallen out of the ratified air which has insufficient oxygen for men to breathe and live. The air Force said the 42.449-foot drop exceeds previous air Force records and tops any known world Marks. A wire photo. Zit Aith Unten Rittof Quot Ocnos commanding general of the armed Only with a hand grenade. From october to june. Accept Grant rpm an 18 maj. Gen. William f. Dean for attacked an enemy tank while ing saucers Are real they belong to our air Force. They will some Day be a big help to our ?� a Otom Trotty and other writer to the contrary the air Force has said and repeated a owe have investigated All reports of flying saucers and find nothing to substantiate any of ?� Why then did the publishing 24th infantry division now missing helped wounded in action in Korea. A Ohe also directed the fire of his Dean was Given his country to own tanks from an exposed Posi approved president e. B Fred s highest military Honor for a Ocon Tion with neither cover nor conspicuous gallantry and intrepid ceal ment while under observed Gyp bookies but go free or Drei y. Vishinsky red faced but Chase. Accepted gifts and Grants total Iatter Date Calm stood in his place and sought Thomas m. Waier was in grave ing $304,443. Including a Grant of been unconfirmed Leports to gain the attention of the chair condition after a patrolman to bul $151,465 from the u. S. Public the disorder unprecedented in entered the Back of his left health service. Much of this the history of the in was or Cipi shoulder and emerged from his Grant will be used in heart retired by an attempt by the soviet Chest search. Another Grant for $27, bloc to sidetrack immediate con po1 ice a d the stolen car was 450 from the aluminium company Side ration of an eight nation driven by Ronald h. Adams. 17, of America was for a study of blueprint for the future of Korea. Who admitted picking up Waier effects of soluble fluorides Vishinsky demanded that the and two other youths who were milk production of cattle. 60-nation group recommend Gen unaware it was stolen. Erat Assembly action on death two patrolmen said they tried _ sentences of 18 greeks allegedly st0p the car when they became be Stroyer limps sentenced for political reasons. Suspicious of its movements in and j r it was Patent that the soviet our of alleys. A twisting 12-mile own Raj Al a Sio bloc was attempting a filibuster Cha through town at speeds up on the korean question when to 60 m,1es or hour ensued with however there have insure his own safety by leavin i a us of hich has a so year Ira-1 Memphis. _ four in re a with the leading elements but Pursuit hinges on reply to peace proposal a by United pres end of the korean War South of the 38th parallel seems a matter of Days if not hours. Three american spearheads and four South korean divisions were pushing northward to take up positions along the 38th parallel there to await further United nations orders. Staggering losses there was speculation that a formal surrender ultimatum would be served on the communists before any Allied attack on the Border. The South korean National Assembly voted unanimously saturday to ask the in general Assembly for authority to Send South korean forces across the parallel. Staggering by the loss of nearly 100,000 men in the three month w a the North koreans virtually had ceased opposition in South Korea. The 187th regiment of the Lith air borne division jumped off from Yang Gong 20 Miles Northwest of Seoul and pushed to the tip of Kimpo Peninsula to w within 15 Miles of the 38th parallel. They were the closest americans to the Frontier. U. S. Marines of the 7th regiment pushed up the main Highway North of Seoul toward Dijon Gnu already reduced to a mass of rubble by Marine air forces. The 7th was meeting the Only really stubborn resistance. Mop up remnants Northeast of Seoul the 1st Marine regiment advanced eight to to Miles to the Vicinity of in Chang and Susong. To the East the South korean third division already was at the Border and the Capitol 8th and 6th korean divisions were edition of responsibility to the men we Tho police said clipped Book cent Days that he May be a prison remained behind organizing his 11 serve5publish such ies flt or $30 000 with a cinch Gamb in North Korea. Retreating forces directing Strag m a Zel Anor m Johnson scheme Are free. Authorities recalls sacrifice. And in � a of managing Edu of elementary Aid they lacked evidence that 3 of a Lin Rapi up Toto line. The wounded to a place of safety. A a a 7 South of Seoul other american a these Cuchi indicate that them had broken any Law. Forces continued the Job of Clear ing up communist forces caught or. Truman said w a the citation on i have Ger Dean Fet it necessary tothe Sta of 15 convinced that Fly fourth Francis David has �?z0 awarded the congressional medal. J to be Cou and Resolution Saucer most certainly Are Dof Kart St in of Honor to maj. Gen. f. Of Hajj u b examples of sex Amon a his nations experimental Dean is an inadequate description Cess Jve Plant to committed a1 a Cra to to and of the Gallant acts of that Dis one ways at the threatened portions your .7&Quot had in gushed officer. These acts some front one the magnificent can mind and that thought was inspiring to those of us Here on of e of his unit t0 this of Calm any hysterical fears some the Home front were of almost in and cheerful sacrifice made with children might have built up from calculable value on the Battlefield. Knowledge of its certain Cost heann8 t0� much talk about mys Washington a it up it a Navy they substantially contributed to is history. The Success of this tn0u.s flying ?,bje5, from other walked out of jail Here after his attorney posted forfeits of $153 on charges of loitering vagrancy and in the american encirclement Between Seoul and Pusan. Developments elsewhere Lake Success the United Katz Suchy and other represents to other squad tars dispatched to Oft cers said lha. He float mine the surge of heroism and Devouton phase of the Campaign is in Large pants or deadly Al Vin weapons a he Memphis charges were placed _ ,. A w int fkr Cir 11 arc in do it no Taxa a a. I i a a a a 0 a Milt am no one a. A a i _ in in _ Possession of gambling Para her nations prepared for a showdown on the future of Korea. The Gen worked towns eral Assembly to powerful 60 detective chief m. A. Hinds said member committee be Gan discussions on an eight nation fives from the co inform coun intersections in an attempt to head tries insisted on arguing the greek off be fleeing car. Iwin a the Pursuit ended police said Pisek was in the midst of a Long the Adams Jana Nysp min _ another and Waler and Adams an a a japanese min diatribe against the greek sentences when bolivian Delegate Ali in Ped Lorn the car and ran. Adolfo Costa do Reis of Bolivia patrolman Charles la Pointe and shouted for a Point of order. A Ourel a Quot int chased a he boys on foot and Vincent fired a warning. Clamer for order. Shot then shot Waier. Adams was Urdaneta recognized Costa do seized later Reis but Pisek continued to speak. Police said Waier told of plead Urdaneta rapped his Gavel but ing with Adams to Stop the car the czech Delegate proceeded As during the Chase. Dist. Atty. Wil if he had not heard it. Costa do Liam j. Mccauley issued an Auto Reis again shouted for a Point of Mobile larceny warrant against order and the colombian chair Adams. Man broke into Pisek to speech to declare him out of order. A a a Pisek raised his voice and con to ducts Duci Sioui tinted to speak. Urdaneta raised _ 35 Dele at in a do to control rents of the huge Oval table clamoured which damaged the destroyer Swep through the ranks of measure due to general Dean to Brush May have been planted by the embattled infantrymen of these heroic leadership courageous and the North koreans or it May have Early Days in Korea and enabled Loyal Devotion to his men. And his car toll men Wiki. Them to make their magnificent Complete disregard for personal of our ?t the american education press after Forrest City ark., officers blueprint of postwar plans. Washington the voice of has received a number of letters from youngsters indicating a withdrew to their claim against has America is telling that nine enlisted men were killed land a8aint the overwhelming safety. To were injured and five Are forces opposing them. Missing after the collision Between once again in our history de. The 2.200 ton destroyer and the Spile and the wonders of modern nil it m Bosi is mine off the North korean coast science and the massive weight of for some time Navy officials the world to Industrial production Jaq Dov said North koreans have been Victory has been gained because / sowing floating mines in violation the Man standing on the ground of the Hague convention on War sleeping in the mud and fighting fare. Face to face with a ruthless and the mishap occurred wednes determined foe would not give up. Day afternoon korean time. While a oin the beginning Many of these the Brush was steaming through soldiers fighting on the ground the North Sard korean people that Only their Forrest City police released the a Quot Monist Lea is a punished for unleashing the korean Ann Arbor. ?" or a University of Michigan Hospital doctors said it was soup to the family physician whether Little Johnny Neal will be Given measles in attempt to cure his War. Washington draft Law revisions May change the lives of 1,500,000 men Between 19 through 25 who now Are draft exempt. Charge official the sea of Japan off the City of were Little More than boys bewail rare kidney disease. For order and some took the wooden nameplates before their places and pounded them on the table. A Othis meeting is suspended a Urdaneta shouted. Delegates left their places and milled about the conference room. As the confusion settled Urdaneta reopened the meeting and said the committee would vote immediately on a motion by Brig. Gen. Carlos p. Romulo foreign minister of the Philippines to suspend the rules and proceed immediately to consideration of the korean question. The vote w As carried 46-0. With the soviet bloc and several other delegations not participating in the balloting. The Eastern europeans if their aim was to delay the Start of the korean debate achieved it. Speaker after speaker talked about other matters. After the suspension the proceedings went on much As at the Start of the meeting. The korean Resolution contained an implicit authorization to Gen. Douglas Macarthur Allied forces now to poised on the North South demarcation line to Cross the 38th parallel. ?"0j.r a rep. Brent Spence. Dky., said that undoubtedly rent controls will have to be extended. Spence is chairman of the House banking committee which handles such legislation. He told reporters after a we White House visit that if the present Law is not changed it would create a a of spotty National situation. A owe be got to make it More or less uniform a Spence said. A oif we Are going to need rent control we can to ignore ?� under the present Law Trent controls expire dec. 31 unless cities or communities take affirmative action to extend them for another six months. Extension of the rent control Law to will be taken up when Congress returns nov. 27. An Tanchon. Jeered by the whirlwind of events temporary shoring of bulkheads into we Thich necessity hurled them made it possible for the Brush to but these boys became men stood Limp to Anchorage at Casebo Jap their ground and fought in a tradition of stubborn determination for which every american can feel i deep and abiding Pride. Disputing every Hill and Rice Paddy they made it possible for us to Muster and transport the strength which has Defeated the forces of aggression. Many gave lives. A Many of them lie buried in Korea. Many More have been wounded and Many whose Fate is still not known Are missing in a Spons Ocean again in Light air plane new York 0jr&Gt�?" Max Conrad 46-year old Minneapolis minn., business Man and father of nine cd Hydren was reported to have tanned his tiny plane at Iceland on a Solo return flight from Europe. The 2-Ycar-Ola boy was discharged from the Hospital and returned to his parents at Smiths Creek mich., by automobile. A Johnny is in no immediate danger and his condition at this time does not warrant hospitalization a staff doctors said. A however his future is very unpredictable a they added. City health departments throughout Michigan had appealed for a a measles donors in attempt to cure the boy. Doctors said his usually fatal kidney malady sometimes is cured by a Good Case of the measles. His parents agreed to try the pediment. A widespread hysteria among the youngsters about a tiny big head other three after questioning. They de men from Venus Riding to were Lawrence Glenn Bennett 48, Earth in outlandish contraptions of Garv ind., William d. Wise 43, miss Johnson explained. Of Rock Island. 111., and Ivan l. A owe Are in sympathy with a or. Schmidt 41, of North Liberty Trotty to motive to overcome a de Iowa. A luge of hum buggery afloat in our a othere was no crime for which land which is calculated to exploit they could be held Here a said superstition and ignorance a Deputy prosecutor Fletcher Long c. Miss Johnson added. 0f Forrest City. Stole $45,600 Here Are some other things Hinds said the quartet had Gyp t11 a a t a or Otto to Quot article told the fifth de bookies in St. Louis new or Rockford 111. Joseph graders about flying saucers leans Chicago Boston and Forrest l Murphy. A week vice a flying saucers Are made in City. The system he said operated president of a Rockford investment several sizes. The smallest ones this Way firm was charged we Tith embezzle Are six inches thick. The big ones one Man we Tould obtain the win Menf $45,600. Are about As far across As the Ner of a race by Telephone shortly assistant state to attorney h. E. Depth of four or five City lots. Before the Bookie closed bets. By Folgate said Murphy has admitted a a military secret Short wave radio he we Tould notify taking some Money but not the a Osome of the saucers Are raised a Confederate at the Bookie to and amount reported Short by Joseph in the Middle like a pie. Others the bet would be placed. J Olson president of Joseph Olson inc. Folgate said Murphy w As re keep suitcases Hinds said police had confiscated a Niy $5� 3 two to suitcases of expensive radio Conrad flying the North Atlantic route in 700 mile hops left the Tion the free per Ples of the world United states Early this month to and those enslaved Peoples who visit his wife and children who dream of Freedom give Honor to were vacationing in Switzerland these men. To those who sacrificed Vej his family will arrive in new York their lives they erect in their i Mary Ogi cml by tuesday aboard the French liner hearts a Monument which time � liberte. Cannot effaced an enduring Faith to to u of w j of from Iceland Conrad will Fly in the deeds of men who Are Mak to Greenland Goose Bay Labora ing possible a free and peaceful Dor and Teterboro n. J. In route ?� Home. Attacked tank alone. A to j the text of the president to Cita Tion of Dean to heroism a othe president of the United states of America authorized by act of Congress March 3, 1863,.has awarded in the of the bythe Board of regents. Congress the medal of Honor to new York up a just in time Jacksonville fla., and from new maj. Gen. William f. Dean sex turn up around the Edge like a Saucer. They leave no Trail of Light or smoke. They make no sound. They Are harmless. Two suitcases of expensive Rani of Oison said Murphy has returned a these strange flying things Are equipment from Hassard and about $14,000. Made of material we Thich dissolves would keep it unless a court order the prosecutor said he will seek after being in the air for a while. Forces its return. Indictment of Murphy for embed for this reason the saucers Dis a Federal communications ziment when the Winnebago appear soon after they hit the commission spokesman who asked county grand jury convenes on ground. You probably we till never actin Amity said he doubted any monday. Find one. But if you do you we till cares would be brought accusing Murphy was held in $10,000 Bond find these words on it in Black the men of breain8 acc Regula county Jar letters tons. A Owen tre at a disadvantage in this it it he said a because it is absolutely necessary to obtain evidence of operating an unlicensed Dies of his injuries in collapse of pita. Edgerton ?"ijp a Harry description or whereabouts of this transmitter. Mere Possession he j Wescott 65, of Edgerton buried a military secret of the United states of America air forces. Anyone damaging or revealing a Madison wis. A up a or. Missile is subject to prosecution by Charles s. Bridgman Navy re a of United states Starr Vith mass Johnson says her staffs no writing h t f belief in flying saucers is based Bostons a charged we Tith of Shock and injuries. He was in a chairman of the department or in part on a number 0f a similar writing Pool slips Christos Kari truck when the Cave in occurred psychology in the University of reports on the so called saucers Das was ordered freed when he fellow workers dragged him out Wisconsin Extension division. Printed in various periodicals Over proved to a municipal court judge following the Accident and and the appointment was confirmed the last six months he could no to read or we trite. Ministered artificial respiration. Added does not violate the Taw in a Cave in while working in a Sand and gravel pit Friday afternoon died saturday in a Hospital extend television network in time for football classics new York he a just in time Jacksonville fla., and Fror for the Worl decries and the first York Westward to Omaha the net u. S. A., for conspicuous gallantry for the Wor series and he firs areas with a and an intrepidity at the risk of for the past two years or. Bridgman has been head of the human engineering Branch of the Navy special devices Center at re of fun thai the ii a ,iw4> a Quot a Quot in of. It Sands Point n. Y. He succeeds or. Big weekend of football be Bell Wal Luzon of 72.000.ooo persons his life above and beyond the Call Carl Wedell who was killed in an system s television net a Oik a incl with about four fifths of the of duty in action with the Energy. Crash last Winter. Pushed South to Flor a and West eight million television sets in use. A general Dean commanding to Nebraska. There were three separate sex general 24th infantry division. The american Telephone and tensions of the network distinguished himself by cons Picu year old Agnes Ourada was Telegraph company to coaxial from Richmond southward to Ous gallantry and intrepidity at crowned a miss Wisconsin potato Cable and radio relay facilities Greensboro and Charlotte n. C., the repeated risk of his life above at the opening of a three Day we tere extended to 14 More cities Jacksonville fla., Atlanta and and beyond the Call of duty in potato festival. And station ism to at Nashville Birmingham. Taejon Korea on 20 and is july she was named by the wisc on tenn., joined the Hookup by a Pri from Dayton Ohio to Indian 1950. In command of a unit Sud sin Board of agriculture on the lately operated link. Zapolis and Louisville. Denly relieved from occupation basis of her knowledge of grow with the 28 cities already on the from Chicago to Rock Island duties in Japan and As yet untried ing. Picking and preparing Pota Bell Hookup plus six others con-1 111., Davenport Iowa Des Moines in combat faced with a ruthless toes for the table. She is a 4-h nested by private facilities this and Ames Iowa Minneapolis and and determined enemy highly Motorist kills Kenosha Corporal saves c-46 Chipp Wash Cert a from possible crash in n. Y. Crown miss potato at state festival / Antigo ?" up a Nineteen Chippewa Falls wish up a Donald g. Spike Chippewa Newburgh n. ?" >�?"an he had aboard a co Pilot and 35 Grants totalling $246,282 and policeman As fatally in Avert in Ironce Corporal saved a army troops Enro Ute to Westover gifts of $58,161 were accepted by Jef by an Automo c-46 transport and its 37 occupants Field mass., from Goose Bay the regents. Of the Grants $151, Nile while directing raffle. A possible disaster when the Labrador. He had Only a to min 465 came from the Federal Public Tho ties said the car was driven big shop became lost Over new Ute Gas Supply left and was pre health service for heart research by Arthur Stilson of eau Claire. Burgh students who leave school for an inquest has been ordered for military service or required civil monday Ian War work will receive full re fund of fees if they leave before woman 55, Dies they Complete a semester to ?t ii the regents decided. Of thick injuries appointment of Peter Charanis Madison. Wis. It put mrs. Paring to ?� corp. David Larson jr., Keno Larson heard the planets engines Sha wis., on duty at Stewart Field and frantically tried to guide the Tower heard capt. A. F. Saccio. Ship to Stewart Field the West Mitchell Field l. I., asking for Point Airport. He tried three Dif help. Detent frequencies before he final he was lost a somewhere Over a by contacted Saccio and directed Ivair a v ail irs us it Liq h. Iwo Tunica Maretis it it pm Vitta us Winz Yuvi in club prize Winner. Brought network television to a St. Paul. Omaha and Kansas City. Trained and overwhelmingly Supe former Rutgers University proves George Rusch 55, died saturday River running North and South and the plane to. The festival was sponsored by total of 49 cities. Des Moines has no station but is in rior in numbers he Felt it his duty Sor As visiting professor of history of injuries received Friday when could see a urge City. His radio when the ship land a a the veterans of foreign wars. Stretching from Boston Down of a ablation at nearby ames.,to take action which to a Man of was approved. The was struck by a truck. Could Send but could not receive two minute Supply of Gas

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