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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1950, Tipton, Indiana Entered As second class Blatter of 4, 1895, at Post office at Tipton ind., under the act of March 3, 1879. Vol. 55�?269 so Tipton ind Tribune saturday evening aug. 12,1950tank-led in troops drive reds from Pahang major air Reserve mobilization seen Washington aug. 12�? ins a the air Force hinted today that its Call for 50,000 reservists is Only the Start of a major mobilization to toughen americans air for duty anywhere in the world. Air Force Headquarters ordered 8,000 officers and 42,000 airmen All members of the unorganized Reserve corps to duty before a Early a the air Force said the men will be drawn from its Pool of 356,000 reserves to meet an a initial requirement some officials said the Tenor i of the announcement made it 1 Clear that the air Force would tap the remaining 294,000 for duty As the mobilization program Rolls along. Meanwhile there were these other developments 1. The army ordered 9,444 combat service and medical Reserve officers to Active duty to plug holes in its strength building program. It had already called 62,000 enlisted reserves to the colors. 2. The Navy added another 27,000-ton Essex class Carrier to the Fleet. The Carrier Champlain was ordered out of Mothballs for modernization to carry new a heavy Long Range a bombers. 3. President Truman said he would press for Universal military training As part of his Long Range defense plan when Congress reconvenes next january. Officers below the rank of a Captain and airmen possessing. I _ j _ Pupil 18, weds his teacher 30 William Ryan Dies at 59 services set monday for county Farmer William Gleason Ryan 59, route 4. Died at 6 p. In. Yesterday in the Home East of Tipton where he was born. He had been ill four years with malignant hypertension. Funeral services have been set for la a. In. Monday at the St. John s Catholic Church with Rev. Father Jerome Walski in charge of rites burial will be made at St Johns cemetery. The body will lie in state at Youngs funeral Home after 7 of clock this evening. A Rosary service will be held at 8 p. In. Sunday. Or. Ryan was born june 15, 1891, the Jon of James t. And Mary Gleason Ryan. His father was a Pioneer school teacher in Tipton county. A life Long Farmer or. Ryan was a member of the St. John s Catholic Church the holy name society and a past grand Knight in the knights of Columbus. He attended Tipton county schools and Purdue University. Surviving Are Sisters mrs. Lloyd Cox miss Loretta Ryan of guardsmen return Home from Camp Mcintosh commends division air unit to train in Michigan port bums koreans smash near Pusan Taegu lifeline Tokyo aug. 13�? sunday a ins a communists were driven from the korean East coast port of Pahang saturday night by tank led United nations troops in a counter smash from the enemy besieged Airfield six Miles to the Southeast. Front dispatches said burning n a to Pahang 64 Miles North of the vital Harbor of Pusan became a no Many a land when South to lamp Atterbury ind., aug. 12 Rean so Oak units cleared the reds out and then withdrew from the City. \ i la i to t i mar a Rara a ins a members of Indiana a _ 38th National guard division returned to their Home today after a highly successful train. Ing period of two weeks at Camp Atterbury. Many of the guardsmen be-1 lived that they would soon see their comrades again because of probability of Early activation of the 38th division. Maj. Gen. Jesse e. Mcintosh of Tipton commanding officer said a it was the Best Camp the division has Ever had. The men. Were eager to get just As much asked a please make the people training As they possibly could realize what we Are up against make people realize. Wounded Hoosier writes of need for material Bloomington ind., aug. 12 a ins a a Monroe county fam ily has made Public a letter from their wounded son in which he in two Here and do what they can to get Arthur j. Williams jr., 18. Gets an Quot a Quot in Romance from his English teacher the former mrs. Jean Lewis Bassette 30�?he married her. They re shown in her parents Home in West Springfield mass., on return from Chesterfield s. A. Where they were married. She says Shell resign her Job to keep House for Arthur. The1 Grid and hockey Atar la looking for a Job. International amp Oun Uphou 4. 9- Malik s United nations tactics Cost Russ heavily in prestige Lake Success n. Y., aug. 12�? ins a Security Council delegates said today that soviet chairman Jacob Maliks tac a tics in the past la Days apparently have Cost Russia heavily a a Meklir no cutitto Anh non near can Nurt specially needed military skills Are affected by the air Force Reserve Call. Generally the air is seeking officers in 21 occupation categories and air men in. .62 classes. A j in Public prestige and popular support. Officers in the navigator nine members of the 11-nation Bombardier radar and combat group a Russia and Yugoslavia 4t a Pilot classes Are most needed except j a privately that i a Nian a a and the airmen group includes reports from their Home front 4111 air plane and engine mechanics indicate that Maliks propaganda and medical radar and radio barrage and his refusal to obey and armament specialists. The standing rules governing the reservists planning to re Council chairmanship Are not quest delays in their Calls to paying off. Governor Henry f. Schricker coming who reviewed the division Parade t a. Friday said a the letter was written to or. A i believe it was the finest and mrs. Oro Rogers by their training period the division Ever son sgt. Willis k. Rogers from has had. I am certainly Happy a japanese Hospital. Sgt. Rogn. Hf.merfwn0, acc Erst wife and his five months old dents during the training per baby Donna Are in Japan. I the letter said in part ind Manolis Ain 19 inc j a fall the japanese people want i go a to get a Chance at the koreans nearly 800 Indiana air National 8 j wish they could fight of Kokomo. A brother Ryan of Tipton also survives with six nieces and nephews a James and Robert Cox of Tipton John and Richard Cummings of Kokomo Joan Hayes of Indiana-1 Polis and mrs. Alan m. Yopp of Miami Fla. In Mother of two held by Fri As spy net tightens duty were advised to put formal applications after they receive their orders. Men in these categories May be deferred new York aug. 12 a ins a students research and Scien the Mother of two children Tiftic specialists students in whose husband and brother Are dental veterinary or medical atomic spy suspects was held in colleges or on first year intern �100,000 bail today on charges individuals in critical jobs she conspired to it end atomic secrets to Russia. The Fri Pul or in industries listed by the led into its Ever tightening anti labor and Commerce depart espionage net yesterday mrs. \ ments hardship and dependency Ethel Greenglass Rosenberg 34-1 managerial per year old wife of Julius Rosen a Berg and sister of David Green sonnet vital to National health Glass. Safety or welfare. Tax writing group May vote Levy on farm co operatives Washington aug. 12�? ins a Senate finance committee members said today the tax writing group May vote to tax farm co operatives unless they distribute earnings to members. The committee has postponed until monday action on various j proposals for taxing the Coop j Era Tives which have Long been exempt from the Federal corp-1 oration income Levy. Before the committe is an amendment to Hie five billion they said that the soviet Diplomat has failed so far to wreck the common Victory front established by the United nations on Korea. The Council session again yesterday was marked by Maliks Defiance of further challenges by u. S. Representative Warren r. Austin to vote on the seating of South korean Delegate John m. Chang. Instead Malik offered the West a horse Trade and said he would proceed to three standing resolutions a two of them soviet propaganda measures and one of u. S. Origin a if the Council agreed to consider the seating of the North koreans. Austin and sir Gladwyn Jebb of Britain promptly rejected this russian Deal. Malik then launched into More than an hour of familiar soviet attacks and name calling against the u. S. He repeatedly asserted that the Security Council must March in step a on the Road to continued on Page 6 state fair officials open an Campaign on rats Indianapolis ind., aug. 12 guardsmen will leave sunday for Grayling mich., to 4ake two weeks training in gunnery dive bombing and rocket firing. Included Are the 122d fighter group and the 222d air service group. In the fighter group Are the 113th fighter Squadron Basr cd at Stout Field Indianapolis and the 163d fighter Squadron based at Baer Field fort Wayne. Sixteen fighter planes will leave Indianapolis and meet 16 planes from Baer Field Over fort Wayne. Then they will Fly Over Toledo and make a fighter sweep Over Detroit before proceeding to Grayling. A Campaign to exterminate All of two acc 12 rats on the Indiana state fair / t my nth grounds is under Way in prepare t 1"ana farms Ai 7 a i i Jil. A during june was 353 million a a a in for Hoosier and s biggest a. A a a a.�?or"1 on au8�?~ 31 throu8h me Rod a year go action Exposi sept. 8, in order to provide better Protection for the health of r and property of All exhibitors. County Ruri hrs to from the f in p. Company Bee Bull Ign fair a 10-Man Crew Arab pest control which has provided a similar service for the Indianapolis some 25 Tipton county farm coliseum during the last three cars Are expected to attend years is extending the ext Ermi j a a Farmers a Day at Carlisle in nation process to every building Sullivan county August 21. On the grounds this month. I Charles Brannan Secretary of various types of poisons agriculture will be the speaker offered in such a Way to please the most fastidious taste of any rodent Are being used during i the Campaign and a a clean up group is removing All of the lifeless bodies promptly. Spy cuts wrists London aug. 12�? ins a a 35-year-old britishers charged with stealing atomic secrets slashed his wrists in a London prison cell today and was rushed to a Hospital. Of the Day sponsored by the Indiana Farmers committee. Farmers Day is being held in connection with the Sullivan county fair. Cause they understand the nature and habits of the koreans. The soldiers fight just like they say the russians do a just walk into the gun. Kill him and there a More standing there. Very few will allow themselves to be taken prisoners. The few we have taken had russian equipment and weapons. Only a few positively have been identified As chinese also a the enemy has no respect for the red Cross. They shelled our Aid stations full of wounded and machine gunned the ambulances. They would wound a Man and wait until the litter bearers came to help him then kill them. A perhaps i Tell All this for it probably will make it worse for you. But please make the people realize what we Are up against Here and do what they can to get things coming. What the Guys Here want is for the wheels in Washington to get moving and let some of the other countries Send Aid. An american with Only a Rifle is no match for what is Here a we need american tanks and planes. The air Force is doing a grand Job. Not enough so far. The Only thing that has saved us is the fact that their air Force is not so f. Leg amputated David Holtsclaw sr., 217 South Independence Street underwent an operation for amputation of his left leg Friday at Robert Long Hospital Indianapolis. He has been a patient there three weeks. Highway Speed limit Bloomington ind., aug. 12�? ins a a Speed limit of 40 Miles an hour is in effect today on the two mile approach of Road 37, North of Bloomington. The state Highway commission set that Speed limit at the request of area residents following a flurry of accidents. World warned to take dynamic action to stave communist disaster communist aggression in Korea is a warning to the world Aiu Ulii visit la hat diplomatic red tape must be Dollar Stopgap tax Bill to tax a a. R f. 4. A Cut. Old fashioned methods set farm cooperatives at the corp orate income rate unless they distribute their earnings to members in Cash. This proposal made by sen. Williams r del., is designed to get the earnings into the hands of the Coop member., where it would be subject to the usual individual income taxes. Aside and a dynamic course of action taken by democratic nations to starve off general disaster. This is the opinion of prof. Fuad Koprucu foreign minister of the new government in Turkey which took office after general elections this Spring. Koprucu Speaks As a leading other proposals would permit statesman in a nation that has been frequently mentioned As a possible next target of communist aggression now that the invasion of Korea has taken place. He cites the far Eastern situation As proof that the democracies can no longer stand idly by while predatory Power proceeds a form of Token payment to members but the result would still be taxation under the individual rates. Some committeemen said that there is a better than outside Chance that the committee will adopt one of these plans. Thus far the committee has with plans to enslave the world approved the major Revenue j his views were Given in devising features of the presidents to John Sligo special Cor War emergency tax Bill. It has respondent of International news an increase in in continued on Page 6 service in the Middle East in the following exclusive state ment at Ankara. By prof. Fuad Koprucu foreign minister of Turkey Ankara aug. 12�? ins a there has been no limit to the deep impression and violent reactions registered on Public opinion in All countries except those closed to International relations by the recent events in Korea. The serious and critical nature of the situation and developments which yet May follow has occasioned much comment and speculation. As an individual responsible for the foreign policy of a democratic country sincerely devoted to the ideals of the. United nations i feel it a duty to state my views. May change ideas the korean crisis May result in correction of a number of false ideas prevalent in certain groups in Many countries of the democratic front. It May bring Home to think ers and political observers whose duty it is to enlighten Public opinion and to responsible statesmen the Gravity and nearness of the danger which threatens Mankind. Should it galvanize the world to caution and alertness it May yet prove to be a very profitable although painful lesson. The suffering of millions who Are today subjected to the Ca tied up and shot hands tied this american Soldier lies dead in South Korea found where he was shot after capture i by the North koreans. Photo by j International news photographer 1 Charles Rosecrans. International 1 de Altherr Dies at Home Edward William Altherr 70, died at his Home at 122 Diehl Street about 9 30 p. Rn., Friday after an illness of two years. Funeral services Are planned at 9 a. In. Monday at St. Johns Catholic Church with father Jerome Walski in charge. Burial will be in St. Johns cemetery. The body is lying in state at. The Youngs funeral Home where friends May Call after 7 p. In. Tonight. Altherr a retired Farmer and former employee of Delco Remy corporation in Anderson was born in Franklin county May 6, 1880. His parents were John and Caroline Altherr and he was one of a family of eight children. Altherr moved to Tipton county before his marriage to Susan m. Schmitt oct. 23, 1907 in St. Johns Church. The couple parents of seven children continued to reside Here. Altherr attended St. Johns school and was a member of St. Johns Church and the knights of Columbus. Surviving with the widow Are continued on Page 6 general Douglas Macarthur announced Early sunday that fighting continued at Pahang and that a while the situation is not yet Clear it was believed to be much in the Western sector reinforced North korean troops smashed beyond a Bridgehead across the lower Paktong River and swung behind u. S. 24th division units in a drive that i neared the Pusan Taegu lifeline route. Farther North enemy forces were Cut to pieces by counter attacking u. S. First cavalry division and South korean troops that virtually smashed twin red Bridgehead on the Nekton go a East Bank on Taegu a approaches. In the South sector red troops made a flank on american forces driving into the outskirts of Schinju. Meanwhile the u. S. Air offensive swept to the siberian Border when More than 50 super fortresses blasted Nain Dong in koreans Northeast Corner with 550 tens of bombs. Roadblocks hold j general Macarthur communique at 12 15 . Sunday 8 15 . Cost saturday quoted a red prisoner of War As saying three enemy regiments approximately 8,400 men crossed the Paktong Southwest of Chang Nyong. The red regiments w Ere identified by the prisoner As the 16th, 17th and 18th of the communist fourth division. Macarthur said two communist roadblocks reported earlier on the Road to Mir Yang 12 Miles Southeast of Chang Nyong a continued to hamper vehicle and wire in describing the american offensive toward Schinju in Tho South Macarthur said a task Force Kean continued to be plagued by heavy infiltration of enemy troops and guerrillas dressed Asa refugee who attacked supporting Field artillery units in rear the communique said marines driving a Southern prong toward Schinju captured 45 motorcycles and 24 a foreign made jeeps and other equipment. The lower flank of the american push on Schinju faced a potential menace As the result of a leapfrog amphibious Landing by a unit of 250 red guerrillas at Tongyon 40 Miles Southwest of Pusan. The Wake of destroyed fascist. Ism which scoffs at such values imperialism communist Imper and makes a mockery of them Ial ism has raised its head. 3.�?nations which have Hesi this later imperialism even rated to join the Camp of free Crafter than its predecessors and Dom with an illusory desire for adept at wearing various guises neutrality Between two fronts to suit particular situations to which never can reach a sincere conceal its True aspect possesses countless Means of bringing internal ruin to Many countries. It makes most skillful use of the toll of misery and suffering Lamitie of aggression and in-1 brought by the second world Vasion is a cause of deep sym War of economic difficulties Pathy in the hearts of All peo. Class struggles political rival pies. Yet if we Are to prevent Ries and of the extreme nation All Mankind from being crushed by similar catastrophe and being attacked and overrun in the same Way democratic countries must learn from this tragic experience. Certain truths the truths which again have been confirmed by the conflict in Korea May be summarized As follows is facing the threat of a third world War. In understanding because of their ideological divergence Are bound to suffer for their unforgivable Lack of judgment. 4.�?All statesmen who Bear the Burden of shaping democratic policy must follow a course widely different from the one they have followed up to now of Alisa of inexperienced Peoples free nations Are to be spared newly tasting the fruits of Independence. Ideological clash the Nightmare of communism. Ultimate invasion methods of appeasement and 2.�?it is sad but True that the bargaining hesitations endless political and moral concepts of negotiations and countless com the present Day belong to two Mitten and subcommittees can widely separated Camps. Result Only in encouraging a the democratic front based Gre Sion and invasion. Old on moral values and composed of fashioned diplomatic traditions countries which love peace and pursue Freedom stands face to face with a communist Imperial must be Laid aside in behalf of truly practical and realistic continued on Page 6 annual Tomato pack operations to begin in week the annual Tomato pack in Tipton county is expected to get j underway some time next week in at least two county factories. Although everything is set to Roll officials at Stokely foods inc., Here were not certain today just when the pack would begin there. Russell Stephenson head Field Man for Stokely said this morning that operations Here would probably not get underway for about to Days. It takes about to tons of tomatoes for the local Plant to operate one hour and thus far Tomato shipments from the Fields have not been in Large enough quantities to begin the pack. Stephenson said that generally the pack Outlook this year is Good however there is widespread evidence of blight. The extent of the blight damage can not be accurately estimated at this Early Date but it is certain that it will Cut production somewhat. Yesterday at Hobbs Ray Brothers and Noble made a Short run of a few hours duration and Are expected to get into full Sway there next week. Five hoosiers Are korean casualties amp five Indiana soldiers Are listed As wounded in action in the korean area by the department of defense. They follow pvt. Franklin r. Phenis son of Herman b. Phenis of Richmond first Lieut. Robert l. Engelien husband of mrs. Mary a. Engelien Gary pfc. James e. Sandlin son of mrs. Lillie Sandlin Vernon pvt. Charles m. Sullivan son of mrs. Edna b. Bowman route i Milltown and pfc. Jack Winburn son of mrs. Florence Brockman route i Deputy. Fri Leys to vacation ministers to substitute Rev. And mrs. F. E. Fri lev 117 Walnut Street will leave monday for two weeks at their Epworth Forest cottage at Lake Webster. During the absence of Rev. Fribley pastor of Kemp methodist Church Rev. Sheldon due Cher assistant pastor of Grace methodist Church of Kokomo will preach sunday August 20, and Rev. Ben Kendall of Windfall a former pastor of the Tipton Church will present the Sermon on August 27

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