Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, November 3, 1950
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Truman Visit! Trusty Guards WASHINGTON. Nov. 3. President Truman paid an unheralded visit today to two White House guards who were shot down in blocking an attempt to assassinate him. Mr. Truman walked the two blocks from the White House to Emergency hospital to see Privates Joseph A. Downs and Donald T. Birdzell. The President was accompanied by-secret service men. He arrived at the hospital at 9:40 a.m., EST, and spent about 10 minutes with the two officers. Newsmen and photographers ·vvefe not permitted to accompany Mr. Truman to the fifth floor! rooms of the officers. But on) leaving, Mr. Truman told reporters, the two guards "are getting along fine." Just before Given Some 'Aid, ROK ^ArrnyStill Seeking Proves T0w£/i. Resourceful Lawn Entries - - o ~ By HAL BOYLE U.S. EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUARTERS, Korea, Nov. 3. (IP)--Dollars alone cannoj. build an army. It took more than American money to rebuild the republic'of Korea (ROK) army, shattered four months ago when the Reds crossed parallel 3S to open this civil war. At that time there was a tendency in military circles to write off the South Korean army and its soldiers as undepend-, able" But the ROK army stub- enough industrially to solve the bornly recreated itself into a real greatest shortage -- transportation winter lawn-contest entries have been received from Jefferson Park school, Mansfeld junior ^""^ I · _' ( - · ,, . 1 I T _,,..*. _ U . U T-. ,,,. U J U 1 3. Pope Blesses Votive Lamps Women At Bisbee |aran«w.B«ajr amTM Iff * ' · ^kflT I J*l I T I 4*k1 "·'»»'·'» ^^·m-r " t « _ l j r r . . - _ · _ . .. -VATICAN CITY, Nov. 3, (.f)--throughout the'1950-.Holy, Year tile Pope Pius XII today blessed votive lamps to be lit by mothers of sol- Set Golf Tourney placing of flowers on the graves' of former enemy dead. dJers- killed in World War II in] Tomorrow, representatives' of cemeteries of former enemy sol- each nationality will carry .the the President's arrival, hospital authorities also reported that both Downs and Birdzell were progressing nicely and a very comfortable hospital said that progress and results in almost any had spent night. The Downs, the more seriously wounded of the t-.vo, would get well barring ajiy complications. Birdzell was described as in excellent shape. A third White House guard. Private Leslie Coffelt, was fatally wounded in the gun battle Wednesday with two Puerto Rican fanatics who tried to shoot their way into Blair House, the President'! temporary residence. One of the Puerto Ricans was shot dead. The other was wounded. Mr. Truman slipped out the west door of-the White House executive offices for the walk to the hospital. A secret service man walked close beside, two more flanked kirn and two were close behind. A car with other secret service men followed slowly, Earlier, Mr. Truman had skipped taking his usual morning walk. There was no explanation, bat presumably he omitted it because he intended to make the hospital visit. Tibet Official Die Fighting NEW DELHI, India, Nov. 3. (U.R) Four Tibetan ·' cabinet ministers have been killed w.hile fighting with the tiny Tibetan army against «n estimated 21,000 Chinese Communist, invaders, reports from-the frontier said today. Tibetan sources, at the Indian fighting force. And its tough little wiry foot soldiers were first to ·each the Manchurian border. The South Korean government jot plenty of American economic aid in accomplishing this battlefield miracle. But Lt. Col. William Runge, Sanford, Fla., says the world has failed to realize just how much the patriotic South \oreans did to help themselves "These people are just beginning (to find they can do great things," he said. '"They have been led around arid kicked around for too long like children. Progress Quickly "With some leadership and some technical advice.and training, the Koreans can quickly show great field of endeavor." Runge has had an inside view of what the Korean army has accomplished. He has been Korean' military advisory group (KMAG) officer here 16 months. Recently he was officially commended by the ROK department of national defense for his work as senior American military adviser to the ROK. headquarters. Each day he and Lt. Col. Yun Soo-Hyun, the ROK quartermaster, thresh out the problems of supplying, feeding and equipping the far reaching and mushrooming South Korean army. They work at adjoining desks and have developed a feeling of mutual respect-andI personal liking. "Colonel. Yun has one of the vehicles. Runge said: "They have taken every available civilian vehicle and are buying all the trucks from Japan they can get--but it still isn't enough." Rambo In Lead: State Men Win high, Sacred-Heart church, Tucson | day school. Pima county courthouse, fraternities and resort the Desert Garden club an- jnounced today, and others still are being received. The closiiTg date is about Dec. 1 when judging will SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 3. (If)-Bill Linderman, Red Lodge, Mont., won 'the bareback bronc riding at the Grand National rodeo last night, bat didn't overhaul Gene Rambo in the race for world champion all-around cowboy. take place. Contest managers said anyone living in Tucson or greater. Tucson by groups be made bv tele- is eligible to enter. They have asked for more entries by groups and institutions. Entries' may phoning Mrs. K. R. Greenwood or by dropping her a post card at 1340 Kramer ave.. 'The Desert Garden club recom- They were blessed in an audience in the Vatican's consistorJal hall, where the pontiff received about 1,000 members of an unusual pilgrimage, organized by the pontifical assistance commission. In the group were French. German. Italian, English, American and Indian mothers. The lamps will be taken later today to an assembly of the pilgrims in Rome's Basilica Maxentius, near the colosseum. Here, Italian mothers will give a lamp to a German mother, a French mother and an English mother to be lighted at cemeteries of Italian war dead in mends new rye lawns be 3 inches! Germany, England and France, high before they are mowed. The lawn mower should be kept sharp and set to cut high for the first time or two until the grass is * well established. Frequent mowing i is beter than drastic mowing while ,, , ,, ,,, , ,, ...- . Rambo of Shandon, Calif.-- seek-! the lawn is new , , it was. said. After ing his fourth straight title-- was re , awn is oidel% ^ e mower should second in. the bareback event andj- u e set to cut; the grass about 1% also posted two seconds the pre-|j. nc j ies ' a - oove ground. vious night, when Linderman was die. Before those two nights' competition, Rambo led 10.S76 to 10,137 points. New scores won't be nested i WELCOME OVERDUE WARSAW, Ind. (U.R)--Pastors of three local churches wondered if their "everyone welcome" s i g n s An til conclusion of the currenthvere advisable. About S25 was series of events, but Linderman'slstolen. o,ne Sunday from church- one victory wasn't enough to over-igoers' purses lying in corridors and haul the Californian, jchoir rooms. At the same time mothers from these nations and from America and India will give lamps to Italian mothers to be. lighted at the cemeteries of tlieir nationalities in Italy. There are 513 military cemeteries in Italy, extending from Sicily to the Swiss frontier. The Holy Year central committee has urged Blocky Rutherford, Duncan, Ariz. was third in the bareback riding. Other results last night included, Cutting , horse: First, Sambo ridden by Bob Collins, Wilkens Nev.; second, Skeeter, ridden by Phil Williams, Tokyo, Tex. Saddle bronc .riding: First, Casey * friden Calculators ^.' SaT^s Service i V Walih/' 1.8'0 E fl C W 4 Y / quickest minds I have ever met," £" U! ' be "T'. ^ 1 ° " u = -T snM Rnnro i Chandler, Ariz., 9.3; third, border city of Kalimpo'ng said the Invasion column was only 150 miles from Uiasa, the Tibetan capital., on Tuesday and was advancing steadily-against-light opposition. Thevjreports indicated the Communists., now control all eastern Tibet. A roundabout report from Peiping, capital of Communist China,, said the "People's .Liberation. Army" .had inflicted 4,000 casualties and captured 20 high 'Tibetan"-; officials at Chamdo last month in the only major fighting reported so far. There was no response from said Runge, When war started, he observed, the.ROK quartermaster corps was manufacturing 85 per cent of quar- ;ermaster supplies used by the Korean army. He added: Clothin/j Is Lost "But the' withdrawal was so violent and rapid the men coulc bring back only themselves and their hand weapons. Great stores of winter clothing were lost." "However, rear area troops went up the old. road of retreat. The3' braved small arms fire to salvage nearly 500,000 bags of rice, barley ancl wheat and many carloads of sugar, tobacco, cotton, wool, and other items that would have been of great value to the enemy 15 captured. Driven within a few weeks into Tibbs, Ft. Pierre, S. D.; Prescott, Ariz. Steer wrestling: First, Elliott Calhoun, Las Cruces, N. M., 7.8 seconds; second, C l a u d e Henson, Bill Ward, Hatch, N. M., 15.2. Brahman bull riding. First, Red Mason, Los Gatos, Calif.; second Elliott Calhoun, Las Cruces, N. M a ' beachhead only one-seventh of the area of South Korea, the ROK managed to recruit, feed and train more than 1,000 new troops a day. "The American army supplied them with boots, ponchos, field ackets, helmets and canteens," ilunge said. 'But in-the first two months of the war, the ROK quartermaster s corps suits, made over 200,000 fatigue 200,000 rubber-soled shoes, 250,000 sets'fof underwear, 200,000 atigu'e caps and 350,000 pairs of socks. China to India's latest note protesting the invasion. It warned Mao Tze-tung's regime that the thrust was endangering Indo-Chinese relations and strongly urged an immediate cease fire. Sources close to the Indian government said India might rec;lll its ambassador from Peiping unless the Communists halt their march into Tibet and peacefully negotiate their claim to sovereignty over the state. The text of the note and a preceding- one expressing regret and surprise at the invasion was released last night. Phoenician Appointed To Hospital Council PHOENIX. Nov. 3. VP -- Dr. Dwight A, Stiles of Phoenix has bewvappointed to the Arizona hospital advisory survey and construction council. Gpv;' Da'n E. Garvey announced the : appointment yesterday. The council determines which^ hospitals in the sitate will receive federal money to aid in new Construction. DR. M. A. WUERSCHMIDT OPTOMETRIST Where food GLASSES are made Dial 3-8271 -- 75-7? E. Broadway "All o£ this was made in only two cities--Taegu and Pusan," The HOKS now are busily completing manufacture of new cot;on-quilted winter uniforms for the troops. But the country ..isn't advanced ·PHYSICAL THERAPY N E R V O U S TENSION, one of -, our modern complaints, aggravates m a n y other physical ailments. The tension i« often relieved by gpecial treatments, C c l o n i c Therapy, and other physical therapy methods. · G A S FIREPLACE INSERTS , · LOGS · VENTED HEATERS · RADIANT HEATERS · Conversion Burners SAVE 40% USE GAS! lamps on a pilgrimage-to the German cemetery, at Pomezfa, the English one at Anzio, the American at Nettuno, and the Polish at Monte Cassino. After ceremonies at each of the cemeteries the lamps'will be placed in the crypt of the Monte Cassino abbey,, which was demolished during the war and now is being rebuilt. STILL FAR APART W ABASH, Ind. (U.R)--Politics are out in the open In this city and voters will have to decide which side of the political street they're | BISBEE, Nov. 3. --The Bisbee Women's Golf club held its luncheon-meeting following the morning matches Tuesday. 1 Mrs. James Mat- feo, president, presided. · The women's fall handicap tournament will begin with next Tuesday as qualifying day and will continue until Sunday. This will enable teachers to participate in the tournament. Five scores must be turned in before a handicap is allocated for entry into the tournament. Attending the luncheon were Mmes. Maffeo, Waldo Dicus, Les Wplslagel, H, Waters, Harold ana William Munsey, G. W. Gigstad, F-, Friday Evening, Nov. I, '.NO Supanich,' A. J. Gilbert, A. Ridgeway. Tom Newell and.P. Baker. Dependable Service Insurance Exclusively 1901 EAST SIXTH STREET PHOXE 3-9323 going to walk on. 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