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

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10 Sep 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 10, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal. Time bulletin vol 21, no. 19racine, wis., sunday september 10, 1950 t pages i big shake spawns 170 /aftershocks7 in the Himalayas Washington. Our a the different Days. Lesser shocks Are Powell Thomas oui on parole i Washington a old a the Federal parole Board granted a parole to former rep. Parnell Thomas r., J., who has been serving a term in Danbury Conn., Federal prison on payroll padding and salary Kickback charges. The parole it effective imme aug. 15 Himalayan earthquake still being detected. A Justice department spokes Thomas began serving a six to 18 months prison term last dec. 9. The parole Board had refused on july 24 to Grant Thomas a parole but reconsidered the Case and decided to parole the former chairman of the House in Ameri which crumpled mountains and quake violence rises sharply As Man Thomas is free to leave swallowed up Rivers released the magnitude goes up. For expert a a whenever arrangements Energy equal to 2,000,000 explode ample a quake of magnitude 8.5 imprison tag atomic bombs officials Esti releases 2,000,000 tidies As much mated today. Energy As one of magnitude 5. A and that Isno to All the coast and a of nominal atomic bomb equal in geodetic Survey added As of now Energy release to 20,000 tons of the big shake has spawned More int is the equivalent of a mag than 170 aftershocks some of Nituda 5 earthquake them major earthquakes in their Fay i tears. ?sic. A Zoh n.,i. How Lon the aug 15 quake s pm activities Committer the c and geodetic sure it aftershocks will continue is a Thomas was fined Sio too and was the Only Agency in the world matter of speculation. Some sex sentenced to six to 18 months in which accurately located the Cen Peris say to years but the Hima prls0n after being convicted on jct of the aug la cataclysm on Layas win continue to be a major padding his payroll and taking earthquake Region for perhaps salary kickbacks from he office was in the four Comers ration thousands of years. Guff while he was a member of America will Send More Glt to to Reich senators Grill Capone sex aide in crime quiz of Asia where India Tibet China and Burma meet. Its a focus i a planned Are the a a growling pains about 15 Miles below the earths of Mountain building surface i earthquakes a seismologist sex Congress. His sentence would through june 8, 1951. Have run swallows villages. It Shook a vast wild and Remote area near one end of the 1,500-mile arc of the still growing Himalayas the planet to youngest and mightiest Mountain Chain. Reports from villages on the Edge of the desolated Region according to the National geographic society a Otell of vanished and enlarged mountains of Rivers dried up and forced off course of gaping fissures uprooted forests and new ?� they also hint at tribal villages a a i to wed whole Lam series engulfed Frontier stations buried by sliding Rock and entire valleys flooded by dammed or diverted Rivers. In most respects the quake was Quot Normal a according to capt. E. B. J Roberts of the coast and geodetic Survey. It followed the general pattern of great quakes of the past such As the san Francisco earthquake of 1906 produces glow. But it also produced one manifestation a volcanic eruptions a which Roberts is a definitely unusual. Roberts evidence of the eruptions appears to be conclusive. Observers have reported intense red glows in the sky near the heart of the quake Region and Rivers flowing out of the stricken country have been polluted with sulphurous volcanic Ash which killed fish and vegetation the original quake occurring in a precipitous Mountain area a created a great Deal of upheaval. On its own Roberts . It also triggered subsequent quakes some of them 200 to Soo Miles Distant monarchs of the moppets freckle faced George Riley. Jr., 13, of Fremont neb., and 13-year-old Joan Crawford of Hamilton. Ohio Are the 1950 King and Queen of National kids Day. They were selected by judges representing 3150 kiwanis clubs for outstanding service to the Community. Their Reward will be a free trip to Hollywood. Failure to pay air fees strands 180 in Paris Paris a some 180 Ameri i the student travel service can students and teachers most of limited was organized a year ago them already overdue in their Chicago uni i classrooms. Are stranded in Paris so y after a summer tour of Europe. Their main trouble they complained to reporters is that the Washington a of a Paul the waiter a Lucia an a member of Chicago old Capone gang was grilled by Senate investigators about his financial affairs and his former underworld associates. Chairman Kefauver d., Tenn of the Senate crime committee told reporters that Lucia was a Orather evasive and had Tome difficulty in remembering details but we did get a great Deal of information. A Lucia was questioned for More than two hours behind closed doors. Two other former members i of the old Capone mob Louis i Little new York Campagna and Charles Cherry nose Gioe. Were also up for questioning. All parole. All three now Are on parole from Federal prison and Kefauver that Lucia claimed he is not now involved in any illegal activities. They had orders to produce their records Back to 1940. D Lucia operates a big farm in Kendall county 111., Southwest of i Chicago and Kefauver he testified that he receives a a substantial income from it. The jump off a a winding Valley Road toward the red held Ridge la paced by newly arrived Patton tank. Smoke at right la from enemy artillery barrage. Reveal policy on doctors reveal policy Washington a Upp a president Truman signed legislation authorizing him to draft doctors dentists and a Allied specialists through age 50. Student and maintains offices at 1540 East 57th st., Chicago. And 1125 Amsterdam ave., new York. Prof. Lowell g. Perry a p rotes violent enough to destroy life and us avel Agency which booked their or Abilene Christian College proper. Round trip flights on a charter air Abilene Texas a fall of us the aug. 15 quake hit 8 5 on had not paid the airline for have checked out of our hotels on the magnitude scale which apis toe return fare. Two different Days now. On the a moloch have adopted for Gaug another 60 students and tour Promise by the student travel fend a it men a noun a that tag the intensity of Earth shocks Are reported stranded in eng service that we definitely were Nedical and dental magnitude 8.5 is the top of the land or the reason. Leaving. Many of us Are getting Cera most of them Here today Low in ?� aftershocks since aug. 15 have their running out and run the scale from near the Bot a few vehemently we Are a Washington it Ujda the All Reserve doctors and dentists tortured boy leaves Hospital Reserve retrained at government expense but with no previous Active duty will be the first recalled in to. T to i it. To Tom to magnitude 7 magnitudes of missing meal., a commit 6 to 6s were recorded on four of spokesmen for the group a they were scheduled to Fly Back to new York sept. I and a owe be been promised every Day since then we would Fly a tomorrow. Manned by a of tigers Danbury Conn. A no Joey at the Paris office of the Stu Korczynski gravely ill for Days Dent travel service limited a with two Chest punctures inflicted Chicago Agency which booked the of students similarly stranded by his father with a Drill press flights Paris manager Tom Floyd Luxembourg was discharged saturday from a apparently there just Wasny to spokesman for the students and Danbury Hospital enough Money to pay for the re teachers the u. S. Embassy the boy was taken to his Home turn ?� he payment is a oco operating fully to Ridgefield where a committee would have been made in new the is seeking to raise a $12,000 York to the Tiger airlines a Char rooms a Little Joey fund to help out the Ter and freight airline maimed by the group together Tony he will be 5 years old next tonner a toed flying the group ranges from an elder All of Tho Man sa.the month. Tiger Squadron which fought Taly elementary school principal who will called m Al the improved name Sjef cations Are tapped. Embassy helps. The i United states Consul Gen new program eral it had arranged for Loans to some of the a hardship cases through the travellers Aid society who Bav relived orders but but were making no plans to is have not yet reported for duty Tabish a a Community Kitchen for will have their orders recon the stranded tourists Side red on the basis of the new mrs. Perle Mesta u. S. Minister l to Luxembourg recently Stab pm it qty system the department listed such a Community Kitchen . At her own expense for a group under the new policy reserves in will be called in the following yanks win the Ridge Bat Victory waa not cheap a body of dead american in foreground testifies. They dig in while Soldier at left scouts for enemy in Valley below. Capture Ridge when u. S. Infantrymen jumped off to capture an enemy held Ridge near Pahang Nea Acme staff correspondent Stanley Tretick jumped right with them. These Fine action photos resulted. Bullets were whizzing As they were snapped. It was in such close work on the fighting front that Tretick miraculously escaped death or serious injury. During a North korean bombardment a mortar Shell fragment hit him but was stopped by a film pack he was carrying in his hip pocket and another fragment whizzed Between his left Arm and Side giving him nothing More than a bloody scrape below the armpit. Looking Down on foe below Ridge yanks discourage reds from counter attacking with steady volleys of Rifle fire. Defenders ease threat to Taegu in swiftly changing tide of Battle president of s plan to bolster pad partners Washington a a president Truman approved a substantial increases in american forces to be stationed in Europe. Or. Truman the extent of the increases and when they will be made will be decided in a close coordination with our North Atlantic treaty ?� he gave no specific details. But or. Truman pointed out in a statement that u. S. Plans would be based on a othe sincere expectations that other North Atlantic treaty nations would make similar increases. Chieftains agree or. Truman acted on the recommendations of the joint chiefs of staff. The recommendations were concurred in by the secretaries of state and defense. A of have today approved substantial increases in the strength of United states forces to be stationed in Western Europe in the interest of the defense of that area a he . Although he did not make his decision entirely conditional or. Truman a of Basic element in the implementation of this decision is the degree to which our friends match our actions in this ?� he this country expects its North Atlantic partners a Oto keep full step with the assignment of additional u. S. Troops to Europe by maintaining a of firm development programs for their own forces. A othe purpose of this measure is to increase the effectiveness of our collective defense efforts and thereby insure the maintenance of Pace a or. Truman . Weigh commander meanwhile High National defense officials counselled against immediate naming of an american to head up the proposed combined North Atlantic forces for defense against communism. There is no combined army at this time for the defense of Western Europe. Some fear that naming of an american to create a combined Force ultimately order. Those i those who received All or � a part of their professional Silt a and training would mean that the United Tokyo. Sunday our a the the walled town of Kasan and to or four Miles Southwest of Angang. A Talca Wouida become too Large it. Swiftly changing tide of Battle in Miles from Taegu. Then dipping sharply Down a fire responsible for Sta manpower the korean War swung to Allied Only at the extreme ends of the alleys toward Yongju. Weapons and Upkeep with the threat to Taegu too mile defense perimeter were at least 300 North koreans who or a Pruman up four questions the army to specialist easel and a solid defense line the americans and South koreans had been blocking the Yong Hon defense and state depart Quot a meeting reverses. Yongju Highway with fire were ments the communists threw the apparently trapped in a 36 Square 1 should an american Mili a Luik Luigj dim Sunj t j ,., in army to specialist Asci Ano a Sona Aei Ense line american legion had offered train no or Leiam or Navvy to v-12 guarding the northeastern apm Tor a meet no place a Oto keep ant w5o have had no military peaches to Pusan restored err in in tvs other Quot. Ltd ,. A service As medical or dental of Joey to father. Joseph Korczyna China during the War. Did no to wish to give her Ahi. 36. A waiter. Was committed Floyd a Northwestern univer through Many Young students who to a mental Hospital aug. 24, the sity graduate from Opelika ala., spent the summer studying Art Day after he pinned his son to the four round trip flights of and political science in Europe bed of a Drill press and bored two students and teachers had been holes into his Chest. Completed since june when this the boy also suffered a Frac year to a of season began tured Skull. He added that a Tiger Airliner state police unable to get any landed at orly Field saturday but a jubilant eighth army spokes j americans off to old Baldy Moun situation is a much Tain near Masan twice saturday and held it at Sundown. 2. Trap 300 reds however a serious situation still those who were trained at americans and South korean existed at the far Eastern end of first cavalrymen closed a Gap in any should the United government expense and who pushing to a Junction be the defense perimeter where red their lines by capturing a Strate commit to Europe an mile pocket Southeast of Ong tary Man supreme commander Chon of a combined Western european captive Hiu defense Force North of Taegu United states 2. How Many More divisions if states britishers Aid stranded tourists London a a kindly British had subsequent military experience with those having least service to be called first. 3 All other Reserve officers. Exp run Ripe Arr a rvs officers coherent answers from the waiter took off when the airline to new ers powered 60 stranded a me rial to Why he had done it the York office advised that the fares Man was a obviously ?� had not been paid. U. S. Dances to tunes of reds Byrd says in blast at Truman can tourists vitality. An american Man these eluded Are Reserve who Are in organized with offers of hos units and will be subject to Call along with their units and those embassy spokes pursuing a 12 months medical included invite internship whose recall will be tween Yong Hon and Angang spearheads slashed through Rug Gajc Hill two Miles South of the 3. Should we continue to re trapped at least 300 North koreans ged mountains to within six Miles wailed town of Kasan. The Ameri Arm the european democracies in a 36 Square mile pocket behind of the Eastern korean seacoast Andican took the Hill about too Miles 4. Should the United states Par Toem. Were threatening not Only to Cut n0rth of Taegu shortly before Sun tic Pate in a North Atlantic pro North of Taegu the u. S. Fifth off the Pahang Airstrip but also to Down saturday after failing in an auction authority to oversee re Forest. A. Byrd a a Russia on a traditional american reluctance to give up luxuries As usual business As usual and politics us usual to Force a u. S. Economic collapse tons to meals and offers of rooms delayed until completion of that until the tourist group most of training them students and professors � could find transportation Home. N a a w the americans were stranded president vetoes Here when arrangements for their North Shore kills Kenosha Painter in a senator Cal ventures and political bids for return flight to the United states citizenship Chi it be Down. R counts votes by spending Money a he by charter plane broke it is a simple plea that we get several of the stranded tourists Washington a Ufir presi Reserve cavalry took a Hill two Miles from encircle the entire South korean third division. Consolidate lines the reds still controlled a five mile stretch of the Yong Hon Yongju Highway just East of Kenosha wis. A up a Rich Yong Hon but 8th army spokes Ard la Mielle 46, Kenosha paint men w Ere optimistic and Appa reling contractor was killed Satur by considered this enemy Force Day when his automobile was trapped. Struck by a North Shore electric South korean and american interurban train. Forces working East from Yong la Mielle was driving his panel i Chon and Northwest from Kyong Nick on the Tobin Road five jul now had set up a solid line run earlier attempt. Armament of All North Atlantic the eighth army spokesman treaty nations that two regiments of North published reports that the koreans hit the O. K. Third i sense and state departments had vision six Miles Southwest of to answered a Oyes to All four quashing saturday morning and Bent tons with minor qualifications but failed to break Republican were not confirmed at thu White Unes. I House. Down to the sweat and the toil of were without Money and others re. Kin j a Din Noaa live junown8akiup�suuum.c.ui i com Truman vetoed a Bill deny Miles South of the City and was eng from a Point five or six Miles my citizenship to persons who May killed instantly when the vehicle North of Yong Hon to a Point three the work that is required to make had difficulty finding hotel a com this country fiscally sound and in of a tons in crowded London. Miuta Rily ?� Byrd Long at political Odds with the Virginia senator criticized 7 a tto to ii a i Saoi Wiki i Pic Ashington leadership Winch he h1 prudent complained that or broker a dims had allowed this country to c cd a in is St Money from sly to no Tony to which to Leix Rimm Rich if Cleveland Ltd Vogt the h a a a a a a a a free people of Christian Democrat adopted in Tooy toe free in Hoo Bills found floating in Cleve measure which he had recon cies must Ter Price i Gwi Quot un<j., Public of night mended. That Keetion says urn time critic he the cute Crit be i he 7,��"� blasting at Quot the luxury of so had spent 840,000,000.000 in the Boma established no a eau she ventures Quot by which he last five years for strictly Domestic ownership of the Money through the Truman administration civilian programs. He added that an automobile healer uha l gave him the Bills in a car Deal. Money.1 Byrd called for All out into defense and into foreign Leo he he lost two other $100 efforts to make american defense comic Miu tary Aid. Bills but those were not account impregnable. His address was pre pared for a Field Day Here. Me Tun. Or hmm i-k.nm.i8i, on communist front groups seek covertly to overthrow the was hit by the northbound Passen government through association1 for the Motorman p. M. With communist front organic ?t1 Ink old a Tho ties the interurban was ton travelling about 75 Miles per at the same time he asked con the truck was dragged up the Gress to reenact another Section of tracks. The crash delayed the train More than one hour while. Workmen repaired damages to the front wheel trucks. Quot this is a simple plea that we what we know has to be done a trip off the luxuries of sociology recess negotiations in strike at be ?"ilf a a three Day recess in the general electric in a message returning the strike negotiations began Satur or abridged because of race. The effect would be to Grant naturalization rights to american residents of Asiatic origin. We were forced to go to a. In a a or. Man old the. Language of toe dec Korea without. Effective prepare the Bills were found by Charles Tion measure to the House or. Tru a Day with no apparent signs of any Early agreement. Hon although we had spent $60. W Mcgowan. 40. A Roanoke. A. 000,000,000 for National defense in Salesman who he saw them the past five years a he i Drifting around in thu air a ois so vague and ill defined that no one can Tell what it May mean or How it May a applied a however Federal mediators stood by for possible developments and Union negotiators remained to Washington. In Here is Elmer Rutland wonders Rutland ?"up a where to Elmer that to what Rutland fair roustabout police and a lot of other people would like to know. Elmer an eight and one half foot Python escaped from a cardboard Box. His owner strip actress Zor Ita says he a loves people and is just like a Little ?� she even allows the Snake to wrap himself around her body during her act at the fair. Zorita assured police that the Snake to Bito to harmless. Craig advises All out attack of reds Start another War Galveston Texas a a a a othe same communists with George Craig. National com 5am� thought and tame idea As those responsible for the Situa Mander of the american legion he advocates an All out attack on soviet Russia if another communist nation starts a War like North Korea did. Craig told 5,000 cheering Texas legionnaires that a oif one More War is started that should be the signal for United states bombers to Wing their Way toward ?� the National commander urged legionnaires to support american preparedness to the fullest extent. A othe time has come to be realistic a he . A owe have tried to Tion in Korea have been working in the fabric of our own United states ?� pointing out that the United states lacks troops sufficiently trained to make the nation impregnable from without and within Craig the american legion must make people conscious of the fact that a trained soldiers will have an Opportunity to live but untrained men will ?� this remark obviously waa aimed at support of a Universal military training Law. A Resolution proposing Active support of a practice the Golden Rule. We Bill to this effect is expected to have tried by persuasion to Lead come before the legion during other countries into a peaceful it to three Day 32nd convention Way of Ufa. Now a must act. � which ends today. V i

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