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17 Sep 1950

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17 Sep 1950

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 17, 1950, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol to to. 20racine, wis., sunday september 17, 1950 to pages Denham quits under protest Washington a a Robert it. Denham resigned by request saturday As general counsel of the National labor relations Board. The resignation is effective at the close of business monday. In an Exchange of letters made Public by the White House Denham reviewed at length his differences with the Board Over administration and interpretation of the Taft Hartley cites Loyall a the futility indicated by such j conditions is discouraging Denham wrote it but does not justify an abandonment of the principles that have governed me in my administration of the pursuant to your original ?� Quot however you have now seen fit to request my resignation forthwith. In obedience to your wishes i feel that i must ?� a however i cannot emphasize too strongly that while i have held this office my administration has been one of honest and faithful adherence to your instructions and loyalty to the and to my oath in All respects a Denham s letter was dated sept. 15. Replying. Or. Truman said the controversy Between the general counsel and the five Man Board Quot is As you indicate in your letter one that should not be allowed to exist in a governmental Agency occupying so important a part in its influence on our Industrial ?� the president added that the situation is largely due to the i fact the Taft Hartley itself creates an administratively unworkable arrangement which invites confusion and conflict Between the general counsel and the ?� Quot nevertheless a the president added Quot it is my duty so Long As this two faced arrangement remains in the Law to try to make it work target for months he expressed gratitude to Denham Quot for the frankness and spirit of fair play in which the resignation was offered and for Quot the service you have rendered in this difficult ?� the president did not immediately name a successor. Labor organizations have been i firing at Denham for months. They have accused him of labor Bias in administering the Law. Denham on the other hand. Or to the Cio political action committee a the resignation of Denham at or. Truman s request was announced by the White House. The president also blasted the Taft Hartley Law co authored by the Ohio senator and cop policy Leader. Gang beats up pastor students St. Paul. A Ltd a a gang of 30 youths with an estimated age Range of 18 to 20 invaded the mens dormitory at Concordia College and beat sleeping Seminary students officials reported. Or. William Taylor co cordial president told police the Young toughs pummelled several of the students Wuth brass Knuckles Belt buckles clubs and fists. Taylor said he thinks the attack was a continuation of bullying tactics slatted by the same gang last year. Marines fighting streets Seoul answer at last Highland dancer David Beattie of Brechin. Scotland answered the age old question. Quot what does a scotsman Wear under his Kilt a in changing his costume for the Highland games in Birnam Beanie exposed to the camera his Matching tartan under Anu. I goes awol charge police with financing gambling ring new ?" us it it a authorities jailed 28 members of a $20,000,000-a-year Brooklyn gambling ring amid charges of police Protection and financing for the Racket. Famed judge Samuel Leibowitz Quot ordered Quot police commissioner i William p. Of Brien to appear before him to hear wiretap recordings of the ring s activities. Have hectic Day. Quot an honest police department could Stop bookmaking in this City within 24 ?� Leibowitz an g Grill charged. Quot if i were police commissioner in to Start tomorrow morning to clean out this ?� Harry Gross. 34, alleged brains of the gambling ring. And his brother Jack 23. Were held without bail along with More than two dozen Small Fry bookies. There were reports that High police officials had put up $100,000 to Back the ring to operations but the District attorney to office refused to confirm this. The closed hearing for of Brien. Chief police inspector August Flath and 17 members of the Brooklyn rackets grand jury climaxed a hectic Day. For District attorney Myles f. Mcdonald to investigators. Mcdonald s office has been investigating the Bookie business for nine months tapping hundreds of telephones by court order to get evidence to smash the big Syndicate. In the course of the invest Quot a Quot j i ration former mayor William to i Anklet need rib do of of wich it a Hunt. Day to take Over. By Robert Bennyhoff Haxton had been in action with Gross was arrested in his Brook on the korean front the South koreans for four Days 1 hotel suite. Then investigators in a speech last january accused Korea a a 19-year-old g. I. When officers of the american raided a two Story Frame House the Board of virtually repealing who got tired of pushing crates military advisory group to the m neighbouring Inwood. N. Y., the Taft Hartley Law by inter around in rear area warehouses korean Capitol division found him. Which was reputed to be Gross to predation. Was discovered saturday fighting and to make the Story even Headquarters in exile. President Truman several with a South korean regiment in More fantastic. Private Haxton four Telephone operators in the months ago tried to abolish Den the front lines. Had become first Lieut. Maxton House arrested and the a s Ham office and restore his pow the g. I. Who went awol to in the korean army. In manned the telephones for or to the Board but the Senate he could do what he said he came amazes officers a re to of the Day. Taking Down killed the reorganization plan. To Korea for to fight was Pri Haxton a former resident of1�?� names and addresses of bet Charlet g. Ross White House Vale Floyd c. Haxton jr., san san Francisco was stationed at tors. To in Effort brought about press Secretary quoted John Bernardino Calif. An Engineer depot at Pusan 50 20 More arrests Steelman assistant to the presi Miles behind the Northern Battle line. Until four Days ago when Arr a took too much too Longas if to blot out still vivid memories of his ordeal this american Soldier buries his face in his hands As he slumps from exhaustion on a pile of blankets. He had just come out of some of the heaviest fighting in the Taegu sector. Exclusive photo by Nea Acme staff correspondent Stanley Tretick Dent As denying Audi Snen re i a port that the president tried to uf7or�f0s Ltd Ruof dictate the form of Denham to res r Ignition. Stalls statehood de Nice Presto re in i letter of resignation. Denham noted that the president lat rusted him even though or. Truman did not like the Taft Hartley to administer it according to it terms �?�1 am proud to record that at no Tim during these three years a anyone in or speaking for the Whit House offered any suggestion As to homr any matter coming before me should be ?� Denham is 64 and a native of St. Louis. He practice Law in Yakima and Seattle wash., and new York and we tas a trial examiner for nine years in the Norb before the president named him general counsel three years ago. Tatt Calls firing a payoff to Cion to Cincinnati of my sen. Robert a. Taft r., Ohio charged that the firing of Norb general counsel Robert Denham by president Truman was a a Opal off Quot to the Cio. Quot it ii a pay off to organized Denver. A mrs. D. Leigh Colvin head of the women Christian Temperance Union says liquor is wrecking the health of the Eskimo and inviting another Quot Pearl Harbor Quot in Alaska she told delegates to the Actu annual convention that 1. The natives of Alaska and the aleutians were debauched by troops and civilians who plied them with hard drink during world War ii. 2. A report from the Alaska Branch of Actu indicates that the liquor problem is delaying statehood. 3. Alaska is one of of t front lines of defense against Russia and the softness and disease among the natives is inviting treacherous attack from the enemy. Deny opposing he decided to get into the scrap to Odwyer debate this Job had been loading and in ?" up it a re pub Monon Leif i he loading supplies. Liana were primed to inject the he told amazed mag officers arrest of 28 members of a Brook Washington a Gen j. He hitchhiked to the front North Lyn gambling ring into Senate de a two ruins army chief of of Yongju on sept. 12. Bate of former new York mayor s it a Quot a a 1�"� Forrest p. Shert wanted to fight so just took William of Tow yer to appointment As t13"�?t a a naval operations off a Haxton said. Quot i finally got u. S. Ambassador to Mexico. Denied published reports that they yanks accomplished Miracle newsman had opposed Gen. Douglas Mac reans were trying to take two said it is a matter which Quot ought Arthur s plans for an Allied land to a place w Here the South to sen Irving m. Ives a n. A by High Baillie president of United press the lines fighting Day and night weeks longer than is usually Nec Korea americans Sar it kill refugees in crossfire near Inchon Tokyo a a South korean communique said that United nations troops had fought their Way across the Han River and into the capital City of Seoul. The communique broadcast from the port of Pusan said Street fighting was underway in the Southern Section of Seoul which was abandoned by the South koreans in the face of the first big communist push of the War. Tie u. N. Forces which entered Seoul according to the communique were american and South korean marines. Americana in the Southeastern Beach head also exploded an offensive aimed in the general direction of Seoul. Gen. Douglas Macarthur was attempting to catch the communist armies in the jaw of a giant Nutcracker. General Macarthur Tell p. In. Saturday conf Munique said the marines were astride the Highway to Seoul and were meeting Only Quot sporadic resistance. Link 2 wings. Last reports placed them some six Miles past the liberated port of Inchon where they stormed ashore Friday and Only about 12 Miles from Seoul. A military spokesman in Washington said Macarthur had called on communist korean troops Quot to surrender or ?� Macarthur said the marines had linked up the two wings of their separate Landing areas and that South korean marines were cleaning up the Northern half of Inchon under an assignment to maintain Law and order in the captured City. United press correspondent Rutherford Poats reported from Inchon that some two thirds of the City had been destroyed by the pre invasion bombardment. He told of a tragic mistake made by the people of Inchon. Quoting a South korean Admiral he said the people began i evacuating three Days ago after the american bombardment Squadron started its softening up attack. Quot after two Days Friday they began coming Back a the Admiral said. Friday was a Day. Walk Ute attack. The returning refugees walked right into the air sea and ground attack and the crossfire Between Hills. Two korean sergeants told to be brought to the Senate s Atten 1 c at Inchon on the korean with other United nations forces fought again and again me to get Back to where i would Tiona coast. Accomplished a military Miracle in the Quot thin red line of Balaclava american a and Worth koreans Corrie up Here to be afew i tame Down on 1ulh�rilies Iii i Korea to Din the he a Many were killed Quot the and up Here to ?� ring amidst charges i authorities cracked �?o1,7 Waw h Korea holding the present per Nas Jusy Wien re a pm s20.000.000 gambling Sstcjjsit-.? . Q. Ime or inflicting casual us at the 100 for the Sta Quot a Rural said charges of police pro Xii i re e of ave to one. Destroying the made. Which probably lasted 45 s 150 Miles to the South what brrmc0nu i11 Tec Ion and Racket financing. It 7�"� neb on it land ins and had enem is Best troops and sating the. F. East u. S. 1st cavalry division Rifle with him and the South to waa the a suit of an investigation stage for an eventual counter of _ _ 1 i Quot _ a j troops s reans gave him extra ammunition. Which o Dwyer ?t once called a suggested landings farther South instead. But this was denied in the Fol pensive to end the existing stale Fuy in fatigues has stood an troops setting the Pace for a Gen eral offensive All around the rim mate. Fought then retreated to escape encirclement and stood and Haxton spent the next two Days the Senate on monday will de s was denied a Fol it i a fighting and on the second night a Quot Odd very to ado moment a Wing memorandum issued by the highest possible Quot edit is fought again or Over two months. He said an officer came up to the Moonier he de Nae department due who had to learn to paraphrase Churchill probate and said. One number one of Aop Naters made Clear a the a Gen co"in5 a Quot a adm she a a a cd oct a i a a nothing so important has Fleer. You number two officer.1 ii to. Man stated that in accordance most difficult Campaign the hard Ever bin accomplished with so become lieutenant arrests plus the Tongue lashing with the practice developed Dur Way. Mostly by actual experience Fttie on a modern Battlefield. Chalk from his ? f0. T it in world War 11 they As a care a inst a Crafty cunning re the sharpest fighting now ame bars on my i tc0 7.,. Brought a Ives of the joint chiefs of source Ful foe who knew All the around the Taegu area of staff were sent by the joint chiefs tricks in Advance. United nations perimeter of staff to consult with Gen. Mac Crafty As Indian. Quot he took some pock Quot and made some bars on my ,0 or attention. Helmet. They told me today the Marks meant i was a 1st Lieuten stay firmer Arthur and to review plans for the this is no German Campaign United nations "beach-head.�?� on the Taegu is the or of the old beachhead broke through West of Taegu. The troops and tanks struck to the Paktong River then wheeled northward toward the River town of Wae Gwan. Front return to find debris. Death Inchon Korea a up a people of this burned and blasted areas City began returning Home As the labor for continued political sup port Quot Taft said. A president trud pictures Man last week attended a secret Buin r it-1 Uch an my swindle. A a a a a a a a a Quot the outfit i was with was or Revtov the Tho rite no on land,8 possible alternate Wilh crashing barrages and mass around division Headquarters and Battlefront rolled eastward with dered Back tonight so i went Back it _ limn Ciggs. And subsequent opera a assaults. It is fought largely other command posts Are blacked the spectacular Marine Advance i with them. An american major held eth per non connection tons. Individualize Basu by out during the night. Wherever on Seoul. Came up while i a standing by Quot a a a. Is Quot to of to a a Small group Here and there of a a a a a challenged to give Many found their Homes de Man last week meeting of the labor Bosses and a i be no doubt this resignation is the Kajj inline Volos pay off. It was another sur rend a badge which had been blown to no or most Mil Quot cing the ??o ten Complete out of commune pm word at night strayed by the naval and air up. Watching some korean fixing Quot of a a Quot a. A \ lion with their rear and with wide 1 a to cased pm or us a r bombardment of their Liberator. It. He asked me if i was super cd f 5 ? g unanimous approval of Between units part even an attack by the some found relatives and neigh Canton a seized and lodged in the projected operations include or lmpr0. Eighth and seventh custer1, old dead m the stud mouldering visa to on and courage in the High out it cavalry re a me of. A Quot a part City that Only Friday was in Ridge among frowning Hills. The communist hands. Air Force Calls up some Reserve units rising the Job and i said i was. A from Pusan. Al1 at Lewistown without formal my the Landing at Inchon. � Seattle up a undeveloped he looked awful surprised and a Flor &Quot,�?t"son5 to a j negatives of 284 nude University wanted a a a Quot a who a Quot a has of charge with extortion girl 3, dragged of Washington freshmen girl plumber give tip behind a of states attorney Arthur d urn Loci a out Haxton s answer to this ques ,. Oung said he now knows of at Milwaukee a a est degree it was a big mistake to underestimate the North koreans and but they Are not bitter Accord 1 burned and school officials Hope be Washington up the air the fuss stirred by the photographs Tion resulted in uncovering of his Force denounced yesterday that a would die As quickly As the flames. If at tabal career and he was limited number of air Reserve the films were ailed to Active a Iii Plant Furnace cant Borden t Wright Oak a a Viz a zvy1u trip or Awa Rexmond b. Allen University und. Cauf., Aid the mag grasp a ?z on her legs. A a cd head. Cd cavalrymen inched their Way up the Steep slope digging in my to car Admiral Sohn won As usual even after All the Les t to Quot a Hodgin you whose South korean Marine ahead from shelter to shelter. Brigade had the Job of mopping in a sandbagged command Post up and distinguishing Friend from sons of the past we found our $200,000 which was invested year old Eileen Murphy is alive for it it we Wera fan both rei"nt5 hear telephonic toe in the path of he american feet m units Are being duty and a few Small supporting w Macii mrs a fun too county residents in the framed 1075 feet adequate forces we were ran used n �n3 group at a car command. N0, s behind the rear bumper of a car. Juk Manv be with or. Capt. Borden t. Wright Oak Julijs in fat it. The tyke suffered Only a z will be called up soon. President and miss one begun her to it ears re condition was termed Good at Barbara was going to recommend that the t Lri a tar i Quot old Ilion to toll Honchman of the column by. Urn round mid it. Prom Toti pro "aiun11 Othot �?ots13k skis a we a a r5 a a do i. Unit recall requirements for the the pictures were taken As part. Of of time being the announcement of a Columbia research project on awarded Uso the indians in their wars of Many years with the United states reports and conversations regard Advance ing air support to blast the enemy a othe people seem Happy a Sohn off the Hill. Won you said. Quot they knew this Waves of planes planes first appeared w As coming. They Are glad to High see the communists driven ?� army during the winning of the above their targets then went into Steep dives. You could see the rules county court �??Tiooj-- of a on feb Jim can t set punishment said. Veteran stays in bed on 106th birthday the study of body builds and human behaviour. Miss hone Man f a / Dann and the photo Franher pinions of s. B. I Saver. Canton a frot1 0f her Home Friday. A plumbing contractor Lead to the neighbor woman grabbed the other p�2f As be arrests explosions reverberating and Madison wis. A of a Vilas Many enemy units were built rumbling among the mountains. County court does not have Juris was the photographer. A storm of parental protect with u. S. 24th division broke when some of the girls com Korea a pie. Charles t. By Faix n i James i in Dover being photographed Zimmerman. 20, of Malone a Willis who danced a Little Jig m the raw University authorities wis., who killed three snipers Are mrs. Marie Fuller. 50. Canton a year Suvad in bed Satur toe pictures Wert to have been and destroyed two machine beautician Sherman Duryea. 72, it. A a Maloi i of ��ri1 in ii ii to to f 9 # was a w j � a it r 1"f so i r is f &Quot$91w of Itsu Al re Riff thai Al i in nor Kilt rnnlhn1 civic Iii i Zuj Weir Quill a a # a Quot to a of Sta Tesij tas svs is up. Eileen Clung to the bumper Arm n were of and the occasional thump of Fairchuk said. 1 a a a. S a waive1 it w a to i a let in Jolt a Wilt \ it a i s a $81,000 in the venture and held notes for Bonus Mon tic him and bounced alone for More Zutani i. A,.,_. ,. Fit Alin # 750 non Ana noun co along for More Uwon Tec unique of envelopment which bombs then Black smoke plumes he ruled in an opinion for dist. A of �?�ch.l with extortionist bowing where napalm or jellied atty. Edmund Drager of Eagle a n us a c 10 a s of easy on account of unprotected gasoline was blazing in enemy River. Confirm envoy flanks and no reserves close be positions. Fairchild said the county court v �?to6ih birthday taken Only with the consent of the gun nests that blocked with a Farmer his son Bryce Duryea. Washington a it of a the Hind. To planes returned again and has Power to hold preliminary Willis a civil War Veteran and subjects but in the Rush of a big draw a1 of his unit from Taejon 31 Verne Fuller. 54. Husband of Senate has confirmed the appoint fortitude grim determination a in Anri each True i urn examinations and can in Rul a alive of Paisley. Scotland has lineup of girls undergoing in was awarded the distinguished mane and Foreman a farm equip ment of Norman Armour of new and endurance of the very High hot up the Side a a Klee ing on misdemeanours but not been recuperating from the effects trance physical examinations the service Eross by maj. Gen. John ment Plant and j. Beverly Kern York As ambassador to Vene est order was required of our men As communists fled from this felonies which Are punishable by of a fall last May. Explanations were overlooked. I Church. Par 40, a pattern worker. Tuela. Who Ware required to remain in to to Raga 2, col. 5 sentencing to state prison

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