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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 22, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol. La no. Is Racine wis., sunday october 22, 1950 to pages world to Mark u n birthday Lake Success n. ?" i morning session of the general a the great and Small a Assembly tuesday Tion of the world will Mark Holiday in Korea the fifth anniversary of the there will be no division be birth of the United nations in then East and West regarding the meetings speeches pageants importance of the world Organiza and radio programs celebrate tj0n both sides plan to celebrate my a Oun Day tuesday. The anniversary with equal Fervour. The theme for the Day in anniversary celebrations will Moscow London Washington have special significance in South and smaller capitals will be Korea where the in has fought a othere shall be ?� and won it first armed conflict no longer do the member with troop Flat ing the world ban nations accept the cynics to it s011 Korea forecast that the world organize Pavc proclaimed in Day oct. Tion establishment in san fran 24 As a pubic Holiday Ltd top Cisco will suffer the frustrating �_1c1 id Quot Fate of the late league of nations. Or. Mailman Don t blame Les Milwaukee a you can to blame Leslie Parker for thinking the postal service is slow sometimes. So would you if you had just received a postcard your Cousin mailed 36 years ago. The card mailed by Tom Emmons was postmarked St. Paul minn., Jan. 31, 1914. Another postmark shows it arrived at port Wing Parker to former Home oct. 7, 1950. Snap trap on reds fleeing northward at Seoul to a dress a meeting tonal theater. Moscow theater lobbies will be and president Truman is expected to express ringing confidences a in the units future at a special claimed tuesday with special _ in exhibitions. Leading soviet newspapers will trumpet in accomplishments and recordings of soviet speeches at the in will be heard at dozens of meetings. Many countries will Issue special in Day postage Stamps and some will name streets after the world organization. Gen. Carlos Romulo Philippines foreign minister has accept. 400 in ships on Korea duty Tokyo a Mort than 400 ships is in korean Waters. This was disclosed by vice adm. Turner Joy commander of far East naval forces. United nations an Tav station Asp a Quot to a ing out the figure he we Tasny to violating Security. The number was Small Comfort for korean communists Cut up trapped and beaten. In Rio de Janeiro Brazil. And the following Day in Sao Paolo Brazil. In Bolivia a special co memo the Admiral added that. In Rati of so amp to be issued and .4 i. La pa7 has decided to name one of its streets a United ?t egyptians to Pray Jawaharlal Pandit Nehru Indian Premier and Foremost adv included in the 400-Odd vessels it of reconciliation among the Are the flags of Britain France great Powers will address a pub Australia new zealand the u. N. Be meeting at new Delhi and re sponsored Republic of Korea new his plea for a one ?� Canada the Netherlands and the egyptian authorities have made United states. I arrangements for a a prayer for in size the ships Range Down j peace it with the moslem High Ward from the 45,000-ton u. S. Priest of Egypt officiating. In battleship Missouri whose 16-Inch Isreal the radio will broadcast guns have wrought havoc on Koun anniversary programs in he Rean coastal targets. The mighty brew English and arabic. To recently led a big task Force Britain has made elaborate Cele strike on the coastal strip leading bration plans including a mass to the Borders of soviet Siberia meeting in London s Trafalgar a Oitt to True a United nations Square to which prime minister Fleet Admiral Joy said. Clement r. Attlee has been in the British Royal Navy is rep cited. The education ministry has resented by the aircraft Carrier printed 100.000 copies of the in theseus the Light cruisers Kenya poster at British expense for and Ceylon and the destroyer distribution to educational inst Constance cockade. Charity and Tut ions. Concord. In Gothenburg. Sweden Street the United state has at least cars will carry Small flags bearing four in the fleets the Philippines initials of the in specialized sea. Valley forge. Boxer and agencies. Leyte. Mexican authorities have con a a ducted school contests for the Pacific Airlift. Best essays and posters on in will continue Day and were considering the Honolulu Asp a the huge dedication of a Stone Monument Airlift ferrying troops and Materiel t0 the in. Over the Pacific Ocean at the rate a Canberra Australia a of a plane every 75 minutes a will Range ments were under Way for continue indefinitely after the end an International concert to be of the shooting War in ?� broadcast through the nation. Maj. Gen. Laurence s. Kuter a Czechoslovakia Poland and a of of military air transport service other Iron curtain countries the i i Mats commander made that pres5 radio and movies will Fea Juci go legs Clear on a Stopover Here in route Ture in Day. A _ i Home from a global tour of Mats if bases enraged commuters Milwaukee it. A Asa reds plotting new cold War at conference London a the Cornin form conference convened in Prague by soviet Deputy Premier v. M. Molotov was believed to be preparing a major cold War offensive in Germany to offset the loss of Korea. Molotov second Only to Premier Josef Stalin in Russia and the foreign ministers of the soviet Union to seven Eastern european sate Lutes began their conference Friday. Study rearming. An official announcement issued simultaneously in Moscow and Prague said the meeting was convened on russian to initiative to discuss a othe question which has Arisen in connection with the new York conference of the three Western Powers on sept. 19 on the demilitarization of ?� the United states Britain and France agreed in new York last month to increase West Germany to police forces by 30,000 men and to study the question of incorporating German units in the proposed Over All Western defense Force. But they emphasized that they had no plan to re create a German army. Troops racing toward Border to save captives. He went that away an f-80 Jet fighter wishes by at 450 Miles an hour in a ghostly pass at a conventional t-6 Trainer Over Williams air Force base. Chandler Ariz. The a Trainer was moving at 150 Miles an hour but the Jet to Speed made it appear to stand still As the photographer snapped the pair. Department of defense photo from Nea Acme eight death March Tell of beatings halloween witchery to enable a pretty girl to look bewitching on hallowed ten a Hollywood make up expert created these bizarre facial decorations. At top. Barbara Ludwig models a Butterfly mask done in Eye make up. Glittering sequin a eyebrows a a Butterfly Beauty Mai k on the shoulder and a wig Complete the creation. Below Jane Grant models an Eyebrow Pencil veil that forms a a Omaska around the eyes. Sequins at the intersections and a spider on Jane to Cheek add interest. The outfit is topped by a pinkish blonde wig. Kimpo Airfield Seoul Korea or a eight american survivors said the North koreans Russia nevertheless marched Oft 285 or More Ameri charged yesterday that the West can War prison is from Pyongyang German police Force a. In fact a Oward be Man it urian Border a military unit and accused the saturday. Western big three of reviving the thei it who shaped and were German army. Flown Back to Kim to from Pyong Russia apparently called the it a Tan mid 81 other americans died Prague conference in an attempt a beatings shootings Maln utri to scare Western european Tion. Dysentery and exposure Powers into opposing realms we be b�0 marched from Seoul Mem of Western Germany and to to �y<ml�raz1. Throw a smokescreen Over soviet the i prisoners who started on rearmament of Eastern Germany.11 a death March from Seoul Issue communique. They issued a Brief communique which Saida othe ministers continued their escapees Sal. Talk. On plan. To re militarize they said the North numbered 376. And the survivors were marched northward from Pyongyang last saturday night. Western Germany. They decided to establish a mixed commission which is to consider proposals during the ?� the ministers of Russia Poland Czechoslovakia. Hun Gary Romania Bulgaria Albania and Eastern Germany Are in attendance. By United press a Merican troops snapped a trap on some 27,000 fleeing communists and prepared to strike North on the heels of scattered remnants of Korea to red armies. The u. S. 1st cavalry division racing North from liberated Pyongyang linked up with american paratroopers at Sun Chon Only 85 Miles from red China. A spokesman for Gen. Douglas Macarthur said american and British troops probably led by the 1st cavalry would pursue the enemy All the Way to the chinese Border. Move capital. The Sun Chon meeting completed the killing capture or trapping of the 27,000 communists who handled the ineffective defense of Pyongyang. Only an estimated 15-Pound sack of flour mixed with 36,000 troops scattered All across seeds and water and lived on that. North Korea remained of the Shat we did no to dare go outside. Tiered red invasion army. »0.Day trek South korean divisions already a Oon the fifth Day we heard a lot Ere Rushing North a. G both of of people shouting a of Banzai but Korea s coasts had no indication that the City the South korean 6th division had fallen. We looked through advancing in the West passed door cracks and saw Rok. Flags through Sun Chon saturday. On the flying and wondered we that Wras go East coast maj. Gen. E. M. Almond ing on hurried the South korean 3rd dismally we called in a Young vision North to join the Capitol korean who told us in japanese a hell on foot division already the City had fallen. Within 90 Miles of red Manchuria. A Olater we decided to go out. And the communist radio reported survivors and torture a oat the end of the shooting in m Korea there will be extensive and Burn rail station further deployment of troops and Materiel a he said. The general did not elaborate on this deployment in a talk with reporters in which he dealt entirely with operations in the Pacific. In Washington a defense do k. Owen 72, Price county judge for Rio de Janeiro brazils 41 it ears died saturday at St. A four persons were killed and Mary to Hospital. He had been ill 80 injured saturday when a Loco since july. Motive slowed into an electric judge Owen was elected to the Bench in 1909 and renamed to an commuters to train at suburban Ricardo Albuquerque. Enraged commuters who were times without opposition. He had pan Quot ment our cd mentioned0japan Dhur st0�"�td and set to to he b in his quoth term in january Ricardo Albuquerque station. A militant conservationist and looked at his victim dislodged one constabulary troops from the nature Lover he told the Story of of her smashed crutches from the nearby army Barracks had to be Wisconsin to North Woods in poet Grill of his car and raced on wit summoned to restore order. By paintings and photographs. I Nesses told police. And Alaska among possible Pacific areas for deployment. The source said he was convinced general Kuter was not talking about moving u. S. Forces to indo China where communist activities have forced French withdrawals from a Region bordering on red China. The september average of 252,-000 plane Miles a Day. For the Pacific Airlift exceeded by 10,-000 the Berlin Airlift s average daily haul. Flees after killing woman on crutches St. ?" or a police sought a hit run Driver who killed a 74-year-old woman who was crossing a Street on crutches. Mrs. Minnie Vasel was struck and tossed 60 feet witnesses reported. She was killed instantly. The Driver stopped momentarily koreans told them they were being taken to a place with a name sounding like �??� the americans who escaped a week ago five in enc group and three in another were capt. William d. Locke of Enfield. N. C., first it. Alexander g. Makarounis first it. James b Smith of Columbus Ohio. Sgt. List class Robert l. Morris of Chester. Pa., sgt. 1st class William h. Jones of Flint mich., it. Makarounis South korean soldiers came Over and Shook hands and took us to their commanding ?� the americans said the March from Seoul to Pyongyang took 20 Days. A one prisoner fell Down another we Tould pick him up and carry him a Morris said. A both fell the guards beat or shot them. Eighty one died either from shootings or beatings or exposure during the ?� Petain 94, sits waiting for death in White washed cell on Island cards defame City of Angels Ile do Tye France a u.r3�?" a feeble old Man of 94 sits today in a White washed cell listening for the sixth consecutive year to the autumn surf pounding this Bleak Island with a sound like the rumble of Distant guns. Rur Neft the car Nona de of the Atlantic Chicago. Or a a Chicago is louder now than the pulse of the Post office inspector said saturday old Man Waho lies most of the Day he is investigating the mailing of on a simple army cot dreaming 1.500 postcards describing los Days when he was the hero Angeles As a City of Quot thieves and b 5 country and Symbol of its criminals ruled by the under pm War ?� Henri Philippe Petain idol of Earl Jones said the cards were France a5 he hero of Verdun mailed to Chambers of Commerce it ind a Symbol of disgrace As the and tourist organizations through traitor Vichy in world War out the country. The cards were in has moved to his Winter quarrelled in Chicago and signed by ers in 1be Crim old Pierre levee a othe Public relations committee fortress. This was the Price of col of los Angelest citizens to safety oration with the nazis. Council in co operation with the during the summer he had been National tourist and travellers Blower to live on a floor below association of ?� Awa a from the Glare of the Sun other cards were signed by the Chich lashed the sunken court a Institute of business and Indus it a Tard of the fortress. ?� both organizations according thus the to the cards have their had Quad easier than the number of guards around the fortress has been reduced from almost too to 30 and Only one stands now at the Entrance of the fortress with a machine gun. His wife Madame Eugenie Hardin Petain who is 20 years his Junior and whom he married when1 landslide blocks River in Andes Lima ?"i up a a landslide which blocked the Santa River in the Andes threatened to Send flood Waters Over a wide Section in Mountain valleys. The landslide occurred Friday when one Side of Pis Cocha Lagoon collapsed and sent tons of rocks mud and water into los Cedros Ravine blocking the River. An unconfirmed report said seven men were missing and that several were injured. The Santa River hydroelectric works were heavily damaged. The Region High in the Andes is some 200 Miles from Lima and site of a big hydroelectric project built by the government to provide Power for a planned steel Industry. What is a kiss pvt lit class Edwardi. Halcomb jul chemistry of Hamilton Ohio sgt. Takeshi a capture suspect in Bride s death Sacramento ?" Kumagai. And corp. Jack c. Arak Awa of told this Story a of week ago today the original group of american prisoners housed in a red Brick school in the Northeast Section of Pyongyang were lined up in columns of four after darkness and were told they were being taken to the manchurian Border. Hid in shadows a othere were five of us Morris. Jones Arakawa Smith and myself who had been trying to escape for some time and we decided we might not get another Chance. A when the North koreans started to March us up a dark Alley we five dropped out of line and squeezed up against the Wall in the shadows flattening ourselves As much As we could. Quot the column went by with most of the guards at the rear and they never saw us. A Olater corp. Arakawa. Who looks like a korean pretended he a was our guard and marched us of through the City hollering a Bali is Toronto. Our a kissing just so much chemistry. It has to do w Ith a craving for Salt. Douglas Warrington a chemist for Canadian industries ltd., gave a purchasing agents meeting this history of the kiss the Cave Man found that Salt helped Cool him in the summer heat. He found to that he could get Salt by Licking his neighbors to Cheek. It was then discovered that the process was More interesting if the neighbor w As of the opposite sex. Then everybody forgot about Salt. Decatur 111. A a mrs. Vera j. Gibson 38. Mobile ala., is in jail for promiscuous kissing. Authorities said she created a disturbance by accosting unsuspecting men and kissing them in downtown Decatur then failed to pay the $31 Fine levied. That the fugitive government of red Premier Kim in Sung had established a new capital at sinus jul 95 Miles Northwest of Sun Chon and just across the River from the red chinese City of Untung. The Battle seasoned troopers of the 1st cavalry hoped to overtake communist troops reported marching hundreds of american War prisoners toward Manchuria. Be caped prisoners said that nearly 300 of their Fellows were being moved North from Pyongyang. No living Beda. Maj. Gen. Hobart Gay commander of the 1st cavalry said there were no living communist soldiers in sight when the division to advanced units linked up with the paratroopers North of Pyongyang. A othere were hundreds of bodies lying in ditches along the Road together with masses of equipment including anti aircraft guns and tanks a said Gay who witnessed the historic link up from the air. A owe drove them out of the capital Pyongyang and the air planes must have caught ?� three die in flames As train hits Gas truck san Marcos Texas a three trainmen were killed saturday when a speeding Missouri Kansas Texas Katy freight train rammed a loaded gasoline tank truck at a Grade crossing and exploded in flame. The dead were tuck Reader 65, Engineer Gilbert Johnson 37, fireman and g. H. Erlic jr., brakeman. All lived at Smithville Texas. I he a 64. Still via its him every Jack r Atkins. 30. Accused a. Day at the Anson. A familiar figure murdering his 24-Vear-old Bride Lye of ,.1 a be tart april. A. Captured we had trouble though when we Vishinsky loses 2d attempt passed a North korean police Box. To give nod to red chinese a owe ran Down a Side Street into Petain coast of France she lives in a lit e. A. Tie hotel nearby and drive a Bat saturday a hotel tired old car to the prison each a for him had covered morning. Most of the Western United states a f w up Lake Success a i pm the against an a of Ostrich to policy but on each she said. Quot i Tell him since the body of Audrey Atkins Quot Droke own he Doc and u. N. Political committee today the final coun,1,he yes what i going on in the world and was found sprawled across a so lds unanimously approved a resold he Wev Quot he was very much interested in the to the couple to apartment Here. 1 korean War. When thing looked with Atkins was Doris j Reese suet of bread blackest for the United nations 22. Of Crandon wis., who said. Which we had eaten forces he told me a i am surprised a Quot a Burns had been married i the second Dav we found a pulse the priest performs mass in the dark dining room using the summer had been a Abe As an altar. The others he had on a recent sunday Petain told gazes or gently on ters in Washington. Known since he was condemned in the three men As they came into uniform with the seven stars Shin a Sacramento. Jones said he has Learned there november 1945, to serve out a sen his room a two of you have come my on the arms. I Atkins an sex Serviceman. At the american setback but i am at Winnemucca. Nev., on aug. 27. Confident they will do better later so told police she met �??�1. ?t a in Milwaukee where she worked Wisconsin Man Dies occasionally Petain opens a As a Laboratory technician. She Large cupboard in his bedroom and sad the a went to Burns ore., his Marshall to Iton Milwaukee and then came the committee How Ever. Re _. Fused to accept his demand for _ a. It Tion calling for big Power peace the recognition of the chinese consultations after rebuffing two communists. The first vote was 26 against 13 in favor and is had Are no organizations in Washington like the ones named in the postcard signatures. He said he is questioning Charles Janson of Chicago and has submitted samples of Hanson to handwriting to postal handwriting Breed. Specialists Here. Janson was sen each sunday morning. Tence for life in prison. For my body and one for my soul. He does not know whether he a previous Wie and two children the old marshal who is still there is nothing else i really will be buried in his uniform when m Boise he grand old Man of i a be it to a cd. Or in a us 0f civilian Many of his fellow countrymen. Living conditions for the aged clothes Symbol of his disgrace. A Whf my Patti is a mag marshal have improved gradually nobody on the Island has told memory the his Are num under the growing pressure of pub the Marsh that the French Frank a. Waring of the u. S. War checking to he of tha t the Permaner a meets of cog Lethe cot Urt regime wrought damage commission turned Over address was Mauston or Ontario the Security Council France As the government of China. Attempts by Andrei y. Vishinsky _ m abstaining. The second vote was to Gam recognition for the chinese 35 Agama n in favor and n communist regime. It was a rare abstaining. Show of unanimity in the u. N the committee actually did not the soviet foreign minister express itself on the question of fought hard to have the commit recognizing the chinese comm a a ill ref. List specifically the name of lists. It Only decided that Vish , Tor sin Man a As killed the chinese people to Republic Insky could not wedge the Issue and two persons were injured sat a among the great Powers but the into a Resolution by Iraq and As Auto hits Post Janesville ?"<up a urday when their car swerved the Road and hit a Post and a tree Complete rebuilding a a a Manila. A up chairman was killed outright. Officials were committee twice voted his motion Syria calling for the big five to was not acceptable at this time consult on their disagreements. This leaves the nationalist Chi at the outset Vishinsky de Nese still in their u. N. Seat. Handed that the committee steer the Resolution recommends Clear of an a Ostrich policy and be opinion. He now has two Mill government already has a _. 4 pest Ary Nur is and Tavvo Catholic nuns a Hue coff whih has been three philippine government War wis Britain China United states and Rny �?�?,0 is in he Ofa a Pun a so an re pm next of his damaged Bui dings of by a. He. Emits a county Jyh acc. A Hub on a Uny apartment in me fortress. They Cook his meals on a Small Winter quarters. It lies waiting after their reconstruction by the 111 and Orlen Waldren 21 wine i cd Adl it Doc have Checket Stop and to attendance 24 for the Marshall to sentence to the United states. The reconstruction miss weapon he mid. His respiration blood pressure and hour. A Day. Completed. Cost $5,000,000. Injuries Lacy i Wert taken to an Elkhorn Hospital. Nationalist China answered that the question was not acceptable cuss a1j problems Likely to threat at the present stage of the debate in International peace. Vishinsky urged the committee and the View. Committee upheld that

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