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15 Oct 1950

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15 Oct 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 15, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday 9? bulletin vol 21, no. 24_racine, wis., sunday october 15, 1950_ to pages Truman Macarthur meet on Isle eggs from red China set off furore in political and labor circles increase in Tariff is too Small cry citizens Block desk switching in school fight Washington a Jet a presi Price of 6? cents a of i Jib f Ifor den4 Trumar to order raising inc Pound As compared with 96 cents pm Tariff on dried eggs from red for it. S. Eggs Jai my i China has brought complaint of mrs. F f . Seattle coun he \ Fly not enough Quot i urn some political i Luemun and Republican Candi a a a j9ki and labor Leader in the North Date Tor Mitchell to seat in con hid huh up i set Mem Quot West. Giess. Aid the increased import. % % a proclamation issued by will have absolutely no i r. �?4sbetwv White House Friday boosted the effect on the Quantity of red a a 8 duty from it cents to 27 cents c h i n a eggs dumped in our Ftp or7.i do v \ a Pound it also cancelled con ?t � aft 1#�?� t it jux a to. Cessions granted China on num a Othey a to still undersell ?t mrs Quot Erous other items including furs Powell said adding that she had koreans make the Long trek Back. Laces canned chickens and floor heard that chinese dried eggs coverings. Are cheaper than u. S. Eggs by 23 with the fighting now safely North of the 38th parallel North korean natives who fled from Seoul take shipment of dried eggs from to 26 cents a Pound in Chicago. The Long Road Back the communist country set off a e. M. Weston president of the furore that led rep. Mitchell Ltd Washington state federation of Anh they find Thi Wash to demand an i Vestiga labor Al said that Quot a com a Tion. Mitchell said that the eggs plete stoppage of All imports of Ost of them found their former Homes in ruins like this smashed by the bitter fighting forced on in into Onward found a crowd of Are piling up in a Seattle Ware products produced a slav labor attackers by the communists to House to House defense of the City. Photos by Nea Acme staff photog a 1.200 to 1,500 around the school House at a time when this country in communist countries is Peers Norman Williams and Stanley Tretick. Shouting to has vast surplus of High priced needed. Logan port ind. A up a an angry crowd of Onward citizens stymied a desk switching move in a bitterly fought school merger although state police stood by As guards. Three trucks loaded with All Grade school desks stood in nearby Walton awaiting orders to move to the rival town. Forty state troopers were assigned to escort the desk Transfer. Women picket doors. The Advance police guard sent u. S. Dried eggs in storage. The state department press of Fean in under setting flee said the president s Procla Mitchell said in Seattle that he mation ends certain Tariff con had Learned that a a big dough Cessions granted China in a 1947 Trade treaty. China withdrew from the agreement last May. More changes due not All the concessions in the treaty Are being ended now the state department office said because other countries with substantial interest in some of its provisions want to consult with this government before any changes Are made. Poultry and egg workers have protested american import of the nut baking firm in new York is buying the bulk of the eggs for a chinese keep famine secret Hong ?"< a last win term to famine in China proves that chinese egg the chinese communists can keep an agriculture department of a secret facial said these imports ran about # nobody knows its toll. 2.000.000 pounds in the first Sev but enough information has in m�04hs of this year less than leaked through the Bamboo cur Tain to show i it was one of the worst if not a the worst such disaster in modern chinese history. More than 50.000.000 people one fifth of one per cent of the u. S. Annual production. Present shipments Are largely a carryover from the time when the u. S. Had no egg drying facilities the official said. Latest figures show the u. S. Debate policy for far East in mid Pacific Wake Island sunday a president Truman landed on this tiny Island in mid Pacific Early this morning and immediately began his momentous conference on far Eastern policy with Gen. Douglas Macarthur. The face to face meeting Between the two men which May influence u. S. Foreign policy in the far East for years to come a began soon after Dawn in a Pink Concrete office building on the Southeast tip of this tiny Island. Macarthur who arrived at Wake More than 12 hours before or. Truman to a a flying White House a the Independence set Down on the air strip met the. President to plane when it arrived at 6 30 a. In. Wake time. Inhabitants turn out the two men wasted no time in preliminaries but set off for the conference site within a few minutes of or. Truman to arrival the president arrived from Honolulu after an uneventful 2-301-mile flight from Hickam Field. Mac Washington Ltd a the Arthur flying in his new cons Tel Era to plan to operate a single High army announced that u. S. Forces lation a Oscap a landed at 6 03 p. In. Wake time saturday after a 1,987-mile hop from Haneda Airport in Tokyo. Or. Truman to personal Pilot it. Col. Frances w. Williams brought the Headquarters service com big new dc-6 Down to the a r. Strip exactly on schedule after an expected to be or jammed and one half flight. We want our ?� ten state police cars carrying 16 troopers arrived in the Little Cass county Village and found a crowd of 500 citizens massed around the school. Women picketed at the doors and 72 High school pupils sat inside at the desks which were scheduled for moving under state trooper escort said school nurse Nav Bowyer. The six member general commission of the state Board of education meeting in Indianapolis gave formal approval to the consolidation. The Transfer of desks was part of township trustee Virgil turn top air ?"lieut.-Gen. Nathan f. Twining above has been named by president Truman As new vice chief of staff of the air Force and recommended for promotion to four Star rank. Twining was most recently commander of All military forces in Alaska. J. S. Bolsters Berlin forces were affected and through government owns about 108,095,-malnutrition, will continue to be too pounds of dried eggs bought affected. Up under Price support operations crops of at least 20.000,000 for about $115,000,000. Acres were wiped out. School at Walton and a single Grade school at Onward. Up to this year each town had its own Complete Grade and High school. Plan strategy. The rebels met in Onward Friday night to plan their resistance. I they had no official spokesman but sentiment was unanimous. There were 250 at the meeting nou Cement said and other executive were All of the inhabit More than twice the population a newly activated units will be tents of his lonely chunk of Coral in Berlin will be strengthened by the assignment of newly formed units of the sixth infantry regiment to the City. In Berlin on monday the an in hand to Gleet the chief not even a rough estimate of the c ath toll has come from inside a of evict a dogs tax hearing slice through fleeing enemy in series of pincer spearheads death red China. All that has sifted out is an occasional admission that a few Hundred had succumbed in this or that town or country or Kansas City a it a the Story Tokyo up four steel tip Way and rail Junction about 55 Man attached no particular Sig that refugees had died by tie Road How a Missouri convict allegedly Ped United nations columns sliced Miles still farther up the battered in finance to the action. He said trying to reach Greener Fields. Earned $8,500 a year As a tax con through melting communist Resis East coast the total death score if Anc one sultans or fallow inmates is sched Tance to within 55 Miles of the red knows pigeonhole to forget. The of of the Little town because Farmers in the City before Jan i Quot a h0 also Send their a regiment has an authorized children to the school were on a a a hand strength of 3,714 officers and the two Small towns of Wal men. Ton and Onward both Are in tip j an ton township of Cass county about 44 Miles apart. Ham Hung is the same general free attacks by Lone planes of separated it a been dinner Inta the used to be told in u. S. Court Here capital of Pyongyang sunday in a area pounded thursday and Fri curved in three widely Hnie of thin a of nov. 13 series of pincer moves designed to Day by a great 37-ship Allied a areas hoi offing he red ant the moment contends that wipe out the last 68.000 enemy Mads led by the u. S. Battleship ??zllni., plan Auto to shares Retreat sharply army spokesman said that manpower for the newly formed units of the regiment will get drawn from other american mils All Over Germany. A approximately too airlines maintenance men. Civil aeronautics administration personnel and u. S. Weather Bureau observers. In contrast to the two plane loads of aides consultants and advisers which accompanied the president Macarthur came to the unprecedented meeting with Only two men John Muccio u. S. Ambassador to the korean Republic presumably he said tire troops and Greg Gen. Courtney Whitney Awn from other units in Ger Rise 4a 4k a of a _ drawn from other units in Germany will be replaced eventually i a a a of new ?"1vp1 a automobile by others rom the United states. Long time close adviser to the Gen and television shares suffered a the sixth regiment was a ode As the army phrases Missouri. There was no further one communist plane attacked Sharp set Back saturday in the activated ack Market under heavy Selling. A Ter the Retreat extended to As much Day to announcement Means it is Confer in hut the conference principals went to work around an improvised the famine follow the March on a2olv�r american. British common word trom this Force which poured a land no Craft near womb do Market Quot under heavy Kri Togi a her world War two. To one Story con of the communist armies into wealth and South korean forces death and destruction along Island or in inn on the have to Antmin Rymont moan it a ame in a -rr.au, one Story. A Cairn my own a co a Tulve o a Island near Inchon on the West g or Iri Rrt. Tate Nero 1p m my min _ a a China. It tarted in 1�4� in the j�"�rtf�r.,�b�.,7 a a july were driving on Pyongyang As blazing 105-mile strip of coastland coast. Another dropped two As s3 a share at times before a Par being created for Garrison duty or a Northeast provinces and parts of pm Oan income while and along the spokes of a wheel from from Changjin near the soviet bombs in the Vicinity of Kim to Tiai recovery Cut Back the net loss in Berlin. The conference table actually Manchuria after a drought which vlsin8 other convicts on now to get South Southwest Anet West. Border to sin Chang at the Mouth Airfield also on the West coast. The to around is and s2 a share in an army spokesman declined j con slate Small folding burned thousands of acres of Grain to rebate its coast ablaze of the naidae River. Third strafed troops of the 8th those two divisions t0 Sav whether All units of the Ables pushed together in Oblong crops. Internal Revenue officials claim South korean in slashing pincer drives re South korean division a5out 30 elsewhere os5ps a few regiment at full authorized it was surrounded by More then the Yangtze and yellow of Taxe of a a 946nd he rolled northward from captured in then lean ups of South Korea Miles North of the 38th parallel cents to about is a share in sym strength will be stationed in Ber lha a dozen chairs. Rivers overflowed destroying eth officials savvy a won san to within 25 Miles of the Gen. Douglas Macarthur forces no casualties were reported. Pathy with the decline. In. Long Broad belts of crops one a a Al. Al built up area of Ham Hung. A High were isolating the reds in a series the attacks were made by rus the volume of business amount the exact strength of the pres-1 was held was in the Southeast tip of traps. Sian built 11-10 single engine Lowed to an estimated 1.000,000 shares ent american Garrison in Berlin the Island just off the main air converging spearheads of the level attack aircraft. As compared with 970,000 shares has not been disclosed. Strip and a mile away from the american 1st cavalry division this spokesman also said there last saturday. The last publicly announced quonset hut settlement surround which took Kimchon 12 Miles is no indication of a North korean lower were general motors figure on total american troop ing the air terminal North of the 38th parallel Friday air Force a of buildup anywhere in Chrysler Studebaker Admiral strength in Europe was about 97, already had trapped some 12.000 North Korea. There was no in Philco radio corp., Zenith to too with approximately 10,000 of a communists. Dictation where the three planes Torola u. S. Steel and Westing that Force in Austria and the rest spearheads moving Westward came from. House electric. In Germany. From a or a a Zey operated As a consultant in the fourth the Width of China. Not in a a a fl3rn. Hundred years had the two big Rivers flooded simultaneously. To his b,.smess address was p 0 make matters worse most of Box 900 Jefferson City to the China s smaller overs flooded too. Prison Post office a Revenue men say Veazey was a an observer in Hong Kong kept sailed accountant and operated would muzzle news on weapons Wellesley. Mass. Record of flood information com this Way he go new prisoners to news releases about new weapons ing from the communist press and guru Revenue Bureau form w often endanger the lives of fight rom won an and North f radio and from trustworthy private of the prisoner had worked out ing men according to or. Joseph Kimchon with of hers in Between sources. Side six months and had salary de of. Hirschfelder director of the were springing the larger trap to he refused to make any estimate auctions of $150 for income tax he naval research Laboratory at the encompass All the red forces of the deaths but called attention probably could get All this refund University of Wisconsin. To the highest figure Ever men de. Veazey split the rebates with toned by the reds themselves the prisoners. That was last november when the reds said 40.000,000 people were affected a fourth of them seriously. Ford co. Hikes Price of tractors dream comes True for cribbage players Asylum patients Elope to marry Here to a cribbage Baltimore a Spring Grove Hospital officials said two patients have eloped from the mental institution. The couple sheets 22 and he to 30 and has an artificial legs escaped after making known their plans to be married the Hospital said. Montreal a _ dream come True for players mrs. R. B Smith reported to newspapers that her Mother mrs. A. R. Morrison got a 29-hand in the crib. She said mrs. Morrison discarded the Jack of hearts and the five of diamonds while her opponent mrs. Smith to husband tossed in the two Black fives. The five of hearts turned up and Presto a of i pm c King a Par for the course. Twenty nine it a wis Way Jcck is the highest score that can be new Coal contract made in one hand at cribbage and it rarely is seen in the crib or discard hand which is counted by also missing is another a a. It it sent 55, who had been appoint awaits operation 33 de Best Man. The 1st cavalry division was or. Hirschfelder told the Bab Only slightly More than 70 Miles son Institute of businessmen and from Pyongyang. To the right of educators that military and Politi them the South korean 1st Divis Cal leaders who release such in on look single in a spectacular formation Are guilty of treason. Advance and was Only about 55 j a new weapons lose their sur airline Miles from the Capitol. Prise value when they have been the South koreans were mov publicized in our newspapers and ing along secondary roads and ?� he said. A a these news meeting practically no resistance releases. Constitute ?� j earlier unofficial reports had Hirschfelder said a generals who placed them in Miu Dong about seek additional funds of a runs Cru four Miles South of single. Purlous congressmen who like to bust tanks brag often Issue such releases but the South korean 8th division that scientists rarely do. Pursued the enemy northward after routing 800 reds in a Battle at Inchon almost Midway Between the East and West coasts and 70 Miles Northwest of Pyongyang. Axt it re tax in Aerial rockets destroyed two Vales cing from his 32nd surgical enemy Anks Detroit a <u.8 a Dearborn motors saturday added $89 to the Price of Ford tractors. The Ford motor co. Subsidiary said the increase from $1,240 to $1,329 reflected mounting wage pension insurance and material costs. The new Price is f. O. B. Detroit. Air crash victim operation in the Las four years. Garrison s remaining three were the dealer. 59-Vear-old Gerry Fitzgerald was captured by the South koreans Back Home awaiting no 33. On the northeastern front 80 Fitzgerald suffered fractures of Miles above the 38th parallel an-1 Shenandoah. Pay it it put a a almost every Bone in his body other South korean Force either United mine workers official hint exc Phi spine in ? 19,46 air plane a it it Capitol or sixth division was j to at to t t a a crash in Switzerland. In january reported by Liaison pilots to have de that John l. Lewis Union soon he Tell Fly to London where most of reached Tong Yang. 30 Miles West May seek a new contract for 80. The operations have been perform f won san and 60 Mues directly too Anthracite miners. Amp the d n John mates a member of the he arrived Home Friday from the South korean thud Livius we to International Board told London and gave this formula for Ion was pushing toward Ham Hung the Shenandoah mine Board that his Sun rival a Onever lose your parking meter yields Check for a Short Beer Watertown wish what you won to find in parking the Union la studying the possible 5�?�18 of bum or meters Ity of re opening the present hard Watertown City treasurer e. F. Coal contract. Nabs Limmerhirt said he Wasny to sur mates said he was speaking a Oun London prised fhe a tie found a Check for officially but pointed out that engr was robbed of $10,000 by a Short Beer in the collections for ump officials including Lewis thief who snatched his Money bag activity North korean planes in Battle again Washington a a some pm a a Bank mess activity by North korean planes a in the past 24 hours first such noted in More than a the City meters. Were participating in a program and ran. Officials of the Huron month was reported by the air but then he looked at the Date aimed at negotiating a new an j and Erie Bank said the bag con Force. It was issued by a tavern in 1860. Thracie pact. Tamed to bundle of too $10 Bills j however an air Force spoke win National awards two Racine vocational students a on National honors this year at the Ford motor co. Industrial arts exhibition at Chicago museum of science and Industry. The youths Are shown receiving their certificates from Ray Peterson left supervisor of Trade and Industry at the school. Curtis Braum second from left won a Check and certificate with a drawing of a fixture for grinding Mill cutters. Robert Dvorak rated spacial recognition with a drawing of a Trammel Point. Oscar Ember Tson drawing instructor Center and Henry Seymour right machine shop instructor witness the presentation. Preparing entries for this event was a full time classroom project for the boys. Under Embertson to direction Braun and Dvorak designed the fixture Trammel Point and turned Maple Stool. Arnold Westerback made up the fixture for grinding milling cutters in Machina shop classes now in use at the school. Louis Hopes to meet Charles in ring again new York a pm James Norris. President of the International boxing club confirmed that Joe Louis plans to keep on fighting with the Hope of getting another shot at the heavyweight title held a by Ezzard Charles. Norris said Louis telephoned him from Norfolk va., where he is making a Public appearance. On wednesday Norris said. Louis plans to apply in Chicago to the Illinois athletic commission for a renewal of his boxing License. He plans to resume training next week at West Baden ind. Mom gets a Deer in her own Garden Hoquiam Wash. A up a Fred Miller and Dale Prendergraft went Deer Hunting this week and did no to get anything. When Miller got Home there was mrs. Miller in the Yard sitting beside a 100-Pound, two Point Buck Deer. She bagged it with a Shotgun after it wandered into her Garden

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