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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - April 20, 1949, Syracuse, New York                               COOL uajrater TT t-J r Ii A-Tt JLZU. ti t- X vt Z.V.lt_. 4- 3 A HE RALD JOURNA Press .'srerairle-.cJ FINAL NIGHT EDITION N. Y.. WEDNESDAY APRIL 1949 VOL. 73. XO. 21.372 G 5 CENTS GUNS ROAR ON Reds Shell Two British Ships As War in China Resumes Adm. Kirk Named Moscow Ambassador TEBBY EETTTRNS HOME. A patient in the Mayo Brothers Clinic.. ilinn.. ihe last three mondis. Terry Deniek. five-year-old Cato boy. arrived at Syra- cuse municipal airport last night. With IVrry are his mother. 3Irs. Fay Deniek. and Doran. airlines passenger agent. Terry -was paralyzed in hy the accidental discharge of a grai at his home. VICE Frawley is Promoted By New York Central JA3IES J. general manssnrr of the Xew Tork Central lines from Buffalo to New York has been appointed assistant vice president of the the company announced today. who has his hsadqiiar-t ters at will be f erred to New effective 1 IL He wilr in Syra-i cuse as general manager of east by Augustus now gen-il eral manager of the afnUiated Bos- ton and Aloany Railroad. RICHARD G. MAT. snperin- 5 iendent of the Central's Mohawk and Hudson stationed at i will be transferred to Bos- I ton to succeed Hart. former i division superintendent at -was appointed to the B. A. 1 general managership several months ago. May will be succeeded at. Al- bany by Harry D. now I assistant to the general manager at -Buffalo. L. Pangburn. as- sistanr to the general manager at i has been appointed Johnston's position at Buffalo. j who assumes a newly-1 j created position of assistant vice- j is a native of where he joined the Central as a f telegraph messenger in 1902. New Envoy Succeeds Gen. Smith TRANSFERRED FROM BELGIUM WASHINGTON Vice Adm. Alan G. Kirk today -was appointed ambassador to cow. I Kirk is being transferred iromj the ambassadorship to He also has been serving as nun.-' ister to Luxembourg. IT At Kirk will I 1 flj I ff E-t. Gen-Walter-Bedell Smith v was relieved recently to take coni-j mand of the First Army m IXew j York. THE WHITE HOUSE announced President Truman's choice of Kirk for the Moscow post. 60. is a native of Phila- delphia and now a legal resident of Connecticut- He graduated from the'Jewish Naval Academy in 1909 and served t in the Navy jwas appointed ambassador DUEL I Warships Report 35 Casualties BATTERED RUNS AGROUND NASKENG- on ihe t'ommunist-heki north of the Yangtze River shelled two British vrarskipSt today. One ran. aground ian estimated casualties Jaboard. The oilier was j off it had returned the5 fire. j iThe sloop Amethyst J beached itself on Rose Island in Yangtze east of Nanking after it was shelled- The destroyer Consort raced to its aid in a run- ning battle with shore but was unable to help because of the constant shelling-. British officials leader de- said it proceeded to nearby Kian- -____3____ r Tf.____._T ADMIRAL KTRK -RITES FRIDAY ASfoc-ated Press This is the sloop -which was shelled and grounded in Yangtze Xiver Rabbi Wise XEW YORK body of Dr. Stephen S. world famed 15 .casualties. until 1346 when SENATE TO ACT Local Ballot Urged On Housing Plans Hart DtRIKG WORLD WAR he j participated in the Allied landing 'operations in Sicily as commander j 'of the amphibious force of United Siates Atlantic Fleet. He i was one of a group of Allied cffi- .cers -who prepared and directed naval phases of the cross-channel invasion of France. As envoy to Belgium-Luxem- Kirk has besn concerned Warm Wave On the Way THE RIVER battle sur- liet WASHIXGTOX Cam proposed today to the citizens of individual communities decide at the polls -whether fender of liberal -will lie in state today at the Free Syn-j render ultimatum to the agogue attacked at v'ant public housing in their areas. he founded 42- points along the river. Theyj Under the Cane sponsored amend-r------ years ago. j seized a number of possi-jjuent to the long-range hous-' The 73-year-jble springboards for ths n ft who j threatened river crossing and a'lns general offensive to crush P2rt federal could time preaching i tionalist built in any community the Wife Jailed After Shots Graze Man b be for Communist forces tonight pecpie approved the projecfatj doni and attack on strategic a referendura election. died late north bank outpost The Senate ihe Cain yesterday injguarding the northwest approaches iposal its pending business as 3tES. of 216 Wayland is being held in the OsSar. st.. today charged with assault first degr'ee with a deadly weapon after she ..Eegeaiy fired two sbou at her final ia their home early. today. j Tale Cuai- On- of the most controversial j Frank Rice were called Of sec-ion''10 TiVayiaad rd. at aoout _____Hospital. He- had under- 'to banking. The explosion of to start voting on a sheaf e a JAJM. by the who said he chiay with American relations wuhlgoae an operation earlv this month'at two-minute intervals could amendments to the j 'Concluded on Page 12. Column i 3ed from the house after Western Surope and has not beenjfor a stomach ailment. ciearly in shooting- identified with the more H5s rernajn in awav. pnases 01 the coia war witn Hus-j through tomorrow. Funeral serv-i HE appointed trainmaster in 191S and superintendent there in 1940. He -was transferred to in 1343 as gssistant to the general f manager and became assistant gen- TOMORROW WHX be hs weatherman Winds remained strong and did not clear until late last nigh with the result that frost did materialize as the THIS portantly in his selection for hottest spot in the American Jomatic service. ices ill 'Hail. the be Friday in. th of the crusading rabbi. 113 oi oridgeheads s tee Congress and reported -that both the ton Amethvst1 weathenaan explained. The truce in the cold war- night low -was 40. j The rain area moved far intoj Xeiv England out of reach of Syra- J cuse. with temperatures Quakes .Eock WIFE STUMPS I i I ti ill JCiAJT J-jLLvJL j HE RESIGNS SANTIAGO series of strong earthquakes rocked at least j nine cities and In central lomats the Kremlin'central figure in the long battle dedde-to negotiate for of Cardiff. j .entered the service of the as a stenographer in 1317. He be- L7_I Flier Falls ajfor establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine. He fought in behalf of civil labor ..wel- fare racial equality and world unity. He recently said it appeared assistant superintendent at' i-E.rie. in 1942 and superin-j tendent at Cleveland in will increase and t climb tomt of 63 predicted. j WidowandParents SEATTIJE etec piaae were manned by Chinese Coaunu-j Chile early today kiiling at least nists. THE BRITISH Embassay erti- pfrrsons. i Both Santiago and Concepcion mated that a score of casualties .-jrere hit by the shocla which be- that this country's leadership wasjjured. bent upon -war rather sorted broken'down as to deacL and after raidnigh f_r-l Cl -f i i iJaVe Of 1-OS 8 oih oei of Twins Claim Yhnrho ftodu tidrf pnot a c-47 UUJ was W T t i i V Born to 27 o his death early today rr j the Seattle office of IfOOCtS Sourdough Air Transport pany said- Dave of L.OS The quake Other British sources re- recorded at 3 one casualties aboard both'degree more violent than the on -page Column without estimating i 7vhich hit th- Pacific f i i In the United States 3ast jports that the Consort replied Column 'rhe Business car_vincricoiion aress goods to help stabilize ft 'sucked iBt2ltSe_price structure and bCCn 30 knov.-n dead xe- ported to be inmates of a jail at Traiguen. They perished when the baildins coHapseC. O. man taught Univer- sity students how to become happily inarried was being sued for divorce today. John F. fcrrr.er director of marriage counseling was sued for neglect by JMrs. Esther Cuber in the Court of Domestic Keia- tions. The said Dr. Cuber resigned four cays ago to accept a visiting professorship at the Uruversity of fomia. ACCORDING TO -feis wife arrived- home this morning and ran into her room after tak- ing his billfold and placing it under her mattress. Yarwood told the deputies he ran. her but -.vr.en he reached the he said she had a made-over German 1 rifle in her possession and pulled the trigger. Yarv-ood said the bullet whizzed past his head and embedded iiseU in a door casing. A second he through the door casing and -the children's room. The S and 5 -were asleep. This bullet became embedded in the Soorr Yar- wood said. to remained search for Yarwood Rice went to ths home of the Call- JasUee of the Peace Fred Root of 'the Town of where they Dr. Cuber directed the clinic a charging as- sponsorship of the univcr- jsaalt first sity's sociology department. He j _ Returning to the nf salH tho of en ele- deputies Yarwood said ISrs. Yarwocd ou_ Mass- hs check a p textiles. Ybarbo. a the firm importance o. tae f __ Islaycr of her soldier -wasi The accident happened about four F. president of the i'OTz. one of the largest textile Rational Association of reduc-. early today from the ruins of the1 jail and the search continued for HARTFORD. Conn- bodies in the ruins of the Twenty isoc.es were sociology book -used by attempted to drinfc a potion from d from th ruins of the' i coJlege students. to Man the ia be _ she might .trying to harm the depii- ties the bottie away iron and -rri'u have contents a yard. Their 27-year-old mother has and the Barents. Mr bv telephone from Capt. Ed'cents given birth to a total of 12 children Ybarbo of Victoria. Brcnr.er. non-twin daughters js being held at tha Brook- The oiane was en route a yard. The r.sw span win be haven't noticed anv_____ 3 years old. x. Y_ Army bsse. i to Anchorage. 623- cents. .men jinnping off tail old range of a shock to some people oecause 4 i TV -prices -VES 47S cents to 73 cents there hasn't ar.y for 10 years Jf Al3.rHl Jt 1TC TODAY'S FEATURES 1HKRE HAS BEEX A BELAY in accepting the rcsasaaalion of Secretary of the Array Kenneth became of the difficulty in a proper successor to accept m post -which is to be reduced In M a r q u i s out in his column oa the editorial pacv. '00 SORE COUGHS DEVELOP hjt r reported EAST I. A3so taken by the deputies were ts bandings were poiica today are to dispose 'two guns and a quantitv bul- i of pairs of worr.en's hish-heel lets. sizes and 6. but only need PrlllCe Aly 49 other were allegedly by Alian a uc-r '-.e served. Police quoted YORK Five alarms' sounded today for z. STS in z- stolen jfne-siory loft balldir.g at _736 miik-t jFIushirs av_ Brooklyn. There was' repcrt of any in-' 'juries. j Called Kim Sugar t looks .ry 5 'broken an is reported to have rer- last Sar.ntiay. isg are on page The foiiowi 40 and 41. Comics Ida Kaia rsr. Dean Crosswcri Mary Haworih. lioroscope TATJUXG IT PACK 15 Otlier regular features are oa Ciie foUowing Amusem'nts 34 Financial 35 3nq. Reporter 5 Radio 2S Social 26-27 Ssorts 30-3S WincheU 25 Br-'dge 21 Ciassified 35-39 City Life 25 Deaths 20 Zdrtorials and Letters 2-J DOXORA- Pa. Oian. persor-s today and a others had 2eft town as government experts tried to du- pirtate smog concit-ons suspected. t cf caasJng 22 deaths last falL Doctors numerous cases of sore ihroat J ccughs as ths Eealth i Service for tne third day to deter-nir.e if the suffocation 1 esses icL-t Oct.-.be.- were caused by a coaabiaalloa of smoke and Through the the govern- ment agency hopes to prevent a recorrer.ee of the October AS a rerJlt of the deaths last ..ail the 7-r.c scneliBrs of Araeri- car. Steel Co. erated at limited cauap'tv TODAY'S PAGE 18 operated XH blast last M op- so that couia be observed is. connecuon with the tests Dr. Donora borough health said effects reported by redeems yes- terday wera liJce the early symp- toms during the smeg. Some persons left town 'cr the period of par- tictilariy these suSerir.g from asthmatic ans heart His. These were patricuiirly Jsst October. Worst sufferer jestsrday was toe little town just across the Monongahela River from Donora. 'Prevailing -winds blew from Donora toward Web- ster yesterday aad citizens there said they sol the full effect of the fumes issuing from the zinc plant. The Webster Society for Bet- -hica hac asked the to n-.ake tr-e an err.ergency last Members agreed the was succeeding too ell. Tr.ers was sc-nie talk of asiviiig the Government to can off but .BO action was taken. Allen said the society Webster parents to keep children home frotn school or take them town the is over. If ihey do Kline the soc.ety tai'e ty for ab- sences. Kiine said Webster -for-c had sought medical treatment ar.d about half them had left town. A Webster nurse she treated two persons for nausea and headache. She said she re- ceived phone calls .from 56 oth- ers reporting troubles. Dr. Hongans said 12 persons reported smog'-syiriptcTns to He he cw r.ot believe the strong to any A similar opinon expressed by George chief of the health service party making the test. Clayton however. strong enough to cause discom- fort. some individuals. Should the saturation dangerous. Clayton the government's test would be hsH- ed at once. Aside from the exodus of some both Dor.ora anc Weo- ter were taking experiment calmly. Host residents appeared temiHsrary discomfort if it would tve-j safsty in the future. Jarr.es A. Blar.d. the colored who died -n Deni Golden of na.iacs. Bland ssid one day in Ccn- a man's wlf at his jokes they're pretty cr 25 wife w-as beraang her hns- for h.g idleness. But said her 'vVnen we were snar- darling you cal-ed sne Tes.' said I call you stigar now loaf sugar.' more ihe TOBMCS Now Loused-up Robbery XEW YORK who robbed a S.ss. circus captured 'oy today while Seeing. Starting from Patrol- zr.sa ScanJon trapped the st-spects as they away two canvas bags to Actress HC 'at Zeast a How to Write Your Congressman I One contained 500 mls- shaped pennies the IHerald-Aaeriran. sees' everyone O. cartridges. Prof. Roy Heckler made a sur- vey of his troupe and reported and the dancing Serny. the fooioail and Pacdy. wno carrier a Sag on St- Patrick's ail were rr.g-de It unnecessary fjf police to search Joseph Ross. Kobert for fleas. in response to EeraM-Journal pubLshes hgre- State Senators the Orion- Co un.ty Congressman to measures beii In I tT. 5. Seiiator Rolxirt F. Senate Offlc-e C. _ _ U. S. Senator Irving i Senate Office D. C. House Office D. C   

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