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-- Soledad Rodriguez ' Margarita Munoz Angelina Santoyo General Doubts Victory Aim (freedom Day LOS ANGELES-: A P -- M a j o r j t h e _ required ^ I I Dl J li 1616 Is r By .Mexico Group Genera, Panic,I H. commanded Southern % lbe success in battle. Tills me -. -- -- -- "jwe are not fighting to win ... nla's 40th Infantry Division ln|x ornn- nnt - are we making an all the .field, declared he saw out effort here at home to win evidence "We are not fighting to In my opinion^ .h.. .. *, n, Win" In Korea. - I people. Jn an address to a Los Angeles I Chamber of Commerce luncheon Hudelson said: I would like to tell you what cur special services officer furnished furnished the division last April in Korea--Just to give you a small Idea whether they actually are fighting or playing. Well, the special services officer officer furnished boxing gloves, softballs, softballs, bats, volley lulls and nct.s, gloves, mitts, athletic shorts and ·hoe's, shotguns and shells, arch- erv boys, arrows and targets, table tennis equipment, horseshoes horseshoes and .badminton sols. And he set up lidscbatl leagues, conducted conducted a boxing tourney, sent 1.600 men to Jajmn on rest and recreation, provided 60 different movie films, 18,515 books and 8.500 magazines, and obtained. distributed and maintained radios for the troops. 235 "As, you can Imagine, the im- nedimenta. of a present day division division In the Held Is fantastic. I estimated It would take 450 two and a half ton trucks just to move this particular Impedl-' rnenta out of the division's front lines. All of that stuff seriously hampers the lighting ability, of K division. The big goal of the fighting inan In Korea Is the obtaining of Hoover Lists 6,934 Fe^er US Reds; State Has 3,621 SAN D1EGO-UP--J. -Kdgnr Hoover, the director of the Federal Federal Bureau of Investigation, said today there Is n sharp decrease- decrease- In the number of Communists Communists In the United States from a year tigo. ( Hoover reported there are 20,- f74 known Communist Party members In the country now. That Is C,!I3-1 fewer than a year ;o. . ~ California Is second only to New York In the number of Communists, Hoover said. There are 3,621 card carriers In California California and 11,659 in New York. He reported Illinois has 1,492, Ohio 1,224 and New Jersey 1,070. Hoover believes the ranks of the C o m m u n i s t s have been thinned because of fear of the FBI. "Tliey have screened out their membership with their own inverted inverted 'loyalty checks'," he said. Hoover Is undergoing his ian- nual physical checkup In n clinic here.- T h e Mexican Independence Day celebration In Fresno September September 13th and Ifith will have the secondary purpose of promoting promoting good relations among Mexican and American school students. A highlight of the celebration will be the crowning of a queen to l)c chosen from a list of 10 candidates. They are Tillle Cal- ricron and .losefina Mora of Ms- Inga; Margarita Munoz, Selma; Gloria Uulz. Teresa Duran, Lulsa Monies, Lollta Oror.ro, Soledad Rodriguez, Hilda Almeida ahd Angelina Snntoyo, all of Fresno. The Fresno Mexican colony .·111 play host to a Tijuana school principal and a group students and teachers who will start what they hope are tf- ciprocal visits between, students of the countries. Assist SttidenU Mexican Consul Eugenlo V. Pesquelra of Fresno said the visits will help students tinder- stand each other's educational backgrounds. Margarita Sllva de Casas, the principal of the Tijuana Cuauhtemoc Cuauhtemoc School, similar to a US high schools, and 40 teachers and students will present a musical musical and dancing program thr opening night of the fete In the Fresno Memorial Auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. They also will be taken on t o u r s of Fresno Industries, points of Interest and schools.' pending the approval of school authorities. The two days commemorate the discovery by Spanish officials officials In 1821 of the liberty plot and the proclamation of Independence Independence a day later climaxing an 11 year struggle begun bv Father Miguel Hidalgo, a parish priest. Schedule Parade The queen will lead a parade beginning In West Fresno at AM to the auditorium to set the flnAl day's activities. A program program and dinner will follow. A dance In the auditorium at F:30 PM will close the ceremonies. Officers of the Mexican Patriotic Patriotic Committee of Fresnn M'hlch Is sponsoring the festival are Trinidad Adame. president; l-'lorentlno Perez, vice president; Faustina Macias, secretary; Robert Robert A. Campos; treasurer; Jua- nlta GonzaU-z, procram chairman; chairman; Molse.i Avlln, llerllnda Cardenas, Inoccnrlo V ' n l d Angel Solelo. Alfredo Range). Jose Pprrdi-s. Barney Gnllegos, Fidel Vlllegns. Alfredo Cnnales. Ramon Torres, Emma Corral, Ramona Palomino, Gabriel Diaz.' Carlos Tovar and Klpldio Huizar of Malaga, Rlto Serrano of Madera. Madera. Salvador Salazar of Selma and Francisco Pelnado of Huron.

Clipped from The Fresno Bee The Republican30 Aug 1952, SatPage 5

The Fresno Bee The Republican (Fresno, California)30 Aug 1952, SatPage 5
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