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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - June 18, 1949, Syracuse, New York                               MOWOTOfrOUS Warm and Humid j SYRACCSC S6 5P.il 2A.M. 3 A-ifi- A -.72 9 63 65 11 RAC USE A AS SYRACUSE. N. Y.. SATURDAY JUNE 1949 NA Complete Lcsal Coverage NIGHT EDITION YOU NO. -f Housing Opposition Defended MISSING IN 3-STATE AREA MARTIN REPLIES TO TRUMA i WASHINGTON 'House Republican Leader Jo- A iseph W. said to- 'day a Jesrre for lobby pre.ssure is respon- jsible for G.O.P. opposition to i President Truman's housing Replying to Mr. Truman's sharp attack on the real estate lobby for I fighting the housing measure. jtin i i 4 I I ONLY LOBBY that hms been contacting rne consists of who are trying to put over bill. There has been per- lobby in that direction. I my judgment the people the are influenced by the fact that they have jcome to realize that if we are I going to keep our finances in shape must cut down on overnment The Weatherman Won't Even Say 'Maybe1 i. 'HYSTERIA9 A 41-YEAR DROUTH record will be broken tomorrow t _ jf the forecast of no rain iodav and Tomer- row comes true. The record of no measurable rain is 25 days iu Today is ilie 23th straight day -without rain. A sprinkles reported in some set-nous of the eiiy eariy last uiglst coirt coiuit.- Xo precipitation was noted at the airport weather bureau and AVeathermaii Andrew P. Keller said a sprinkle couldn't be measured. donrt look said as he reported that the rain area in the east is. Yesterday Buffalo recorded Bmglunmon. .02. and L'iica a trace. Although skipDiug Svracuse. rahi did strike nearbv. A 10-niinuie shower ivas reported about 6 P.M. yesterday at Eagle Park. Oneida two miles east of Bridgeport. There will be no raiu today or tomorrow and conditions do Jior look good for rain earlv next week. Keller said. He explained that a high pressure area along'the At- two or three miles is acting like an iron cur- tain forcing rain storms Into Canada. i Yesterday the mercury climbed to 89 to break -the previ- ous record for the date. SS In 1936. To'day will be the ninth straight tlav with SO detrree heat. The forecast calls for m O liiirh 80s tomorrow. 3 Rivers Go Out Of Banks MAN SHOT LETTERS i Alartin contended no houses iiYould be built under the AFTER SHOOTING. -Mrs. Donna 27. of Qtejro. holding rear-old daughter Dee- f tj enters Albanv police Avhere district attornev _. fc L rf said she admitted fatal shooting of Richard Bard. of he had- attacked sister. AP Wirephoto. liiotu saying BAII Girl Marine VetCharged ARMY BRASS IN 4T COIJLDBE mg i 159. Mrs. Donna H. a wartime gunsmith _ _ la .the 'Marine was today.-with first degree mansiaugh-j ter. in- the slaying of her rejected suitor. Mrs. expectant j was accused in Police Court information shooting Richard N.. 27. an unem- ployed butler-chauffeur.from Ilion. Arraigned Police 'Mrs. Robinson was released in- cash bail pending a Police- Court examination Wednesday. -The grand jury meets Tuesday. Mrs.. Robinson told police Bard grabbed heir'-sister yesterday in a driveway next to Child's Hospital. She fired six shots at him from a revolver she Was carrying in fierj District Attorney Julian B. -Erway said. Two of the bullets struck Hrway said. Tiie Miss Ruth was released in her own cus- as a material witness. WASHINGTON It couldn't be of but testimonv before a congressional committee yesterday indicates that about Army officers are .going around In their under- school wife who is a I third and her sister drove here yesterday from t Mad Is on. to visit their in the hospital. them Mrs. Robinson's and one. The lives in Otego but had been -staying- in IVIorrisvilie they jtold police. Bard had threatened to them. The district attorney-said Mrs- gave this version of the n i i B.VR0 GRABBED Stiss Hath- and tried to choke her as The .House Armed -JServices is Investigating-'- complaints of uniform makers .that the Army is stealing their business by making its suits. The Army denies Secretary Gray said the Army is .making only 10 per cent of uniforms needed by its of- Stanley -a spokesman for private uniform said ioO have been rut down to the point they make only four per cent. happened to the other S6 per asked Chairman Hebert don't Cummings ad- tnitted. couldn't be possible they're walking around without could He promised to- check the manufacturers on how many uniforms each is making. Red-DeGaulle Clash Feared PARIS thousand Paris police forces moved into position today to prevent a threat- ened clash between thousands of Communists and followers of Gen. Charles de Gaulle meeting less than a mile apart. The government cancelled all police leaves and called out the biggest concentration of forces since the Communist inspired tion for IS and would look as if this is one of the big money bills that should be de- Mr. in. a letter to Speaker Sam charged that little group of men'' is trying to j gress and the country on his hous- j ing proposals. THE which be debated in the j House beginning next calls for the construction of j 000 public housing- units in sevea i yearsl It provides also for establishment of programs for slum clearance in cities and for ments in farm housing. do not recall ever having wit- nessed a more deliberate campaign of misrepresentation and distortion against legislation of such crucial importance to the public Mr. Truman said. r ...He said .the actual cost of the bill would be about j in 30 years..instead of 000 as estimated by real estate in- terests. The actual of 'each public housing would be he not or more. FRIEND'S QUARREL OVER Probers Deny Censorship Of Textbooks Press i VA W J _ _ _ _ j_ _ _ walked from the automobile October and 7 7 Observers expressea Page Column fear tnat Wood would The threatened clas'h developed into a Communist challenge of Gaullist forces who scheduled a ceremony at to honor Philippe Lcclerc's triumphant into Parjs the 2d 2 Shot During Strike Melee FAIKMOUNT HI. Two union men were shot arxl two members of a- rival union beaten in a melee that broke out last night among z. crowd of strik- ing American Zinc Company ployes. The men who xvere shot were Joe former financial sec- retary of Local CXO. and Smelter Workers which called a strike at the pony's plant here last and Colmaro Hodriguez a member of the local's strike committee. Both were taken to an East St. Louis hospital for tieatment. Roughed up py a crowd of about 300 which included wives of the were Angelo and Joe Ver- t___I-t_ T t-di. wno ied a revolt oti to Midwestern locals in objections from the Smelters Workers' ine unuea stages. The Verdus led CXO. Pro- gressive Metal Workers which last Tuesday lost a Na- tional .Labor Relations Board elec- tion to the Smelter Workers UrJon bv 34 votes. IVtRS. FLORENCE MOORE ..CHICAGO Robert E. Me- is recovering in a hospi- tal today frem a bullet suffered when he was shot by a business executive friend after a drinking bout. former husband of -Barbara socialite daugh- ter of Col. R. H_ indus- last night declined to sign a complaint against the executive. 'Carl Albert who is in jaU. John assistant state's sain Moore signed a statement admitting he shot Me- but said the which occurred in Moore's was accidental. Ke said they quarrelel over Moore's former dress salon who won a divorce in 194S. U. 8. Protest Fails 1 House j Un-American Activities Commit-1 jtee formally assured the nation's j today it doesn't intends jto censor textbooks or with academic freedom. The assurances were distributed by letter. They were Intended t quiet some of the furore thatj broke out among schools and col-j leges- and within the committee a request for lists i of textbooks. THE committee Is trying to the letter is check up on serious allegations made about by .the'.National Sons of ithe American intimated that Com-j jmunist propaganda been jected into some books. j. The -committee started the flurry j j by writing to various state and j city boards of education and to than 70 colleges uni- picked at ask- ing list of textbooks and supple- mentary together with which' are being used bx your institution in the fields economics history i political science and American lit- TWO MARYLAND HIT By the Associated Press Thousands -were reported and at least 15 per- isons missing today in the lof flash floods that struck Vir- Iginia. West Virginia and Mary- jland following torrential rains. At least seven persons. were j missing after a flash flood poured a swollen river through Bridge- a college town of Police had unconfirmed reports that eight to 10 were missing in the Petersburg-Moorefield. W. where the Potomac went out of its banks. Fire Chief AUen Sr.t of said the entire town was a state of confu- X sipn and Associated Press Mrs. Agnes E. Gamier with lawyer after verdict OfManslaugMer Calif. An all-woman jury has convicted Mrs. Agnes E. Gamier of manslaughter in the of her wealthy employer and John E. Owen. i Irene Rich. Big 4 Presses V On Trade Pact -Argen prison. She had testified she acted seif defense when Owen. 68 al secre- motivated ions to Mrs. Gamier .blinked rapidly as verdict was announced last after nearly eight hours of sen aeiense wnesi oa. night alter nearly eignt nours dent the National but''she managed House Owners she was Jed back to fatally shot -in tha bedroom. nothing to she told jhls nearby Jurupa 'Hills rancholr April 22.. She was charged with j PARIS Dower murdering him. But the jury apparently sided. diplomats concentrated today on removing the obstacles delaying agreement with Russia on an Aus- trian independence treaty. The -French and Russian foreign ministers after. a will reconvene tomorrow and settle the problem Judge Russell Waite set 10 A.M. Wednesday lor sentencing.. But Mrs. Garnier's Sam in. some with the state's Houston. immediately said contention that Mrs. for'he will ask for a new sign a five-year bi-lateral eco- ence. Reds Search Bishop'sHome BOY AND MOM WILL TOUR BY y the The announcement They also are expected to cis- ctiss a code of which eliminate the barriers to PRAGUE gox-ern-j ment officials conceded today police searched the palace of Arch- JACBSONVtttE. Fla. following a four-hour early Julia T stood 10 feet in some parts of the town. Harvey 'said the Hood reached a crest of 15 feet between midnight and 1 A. M. The flood came after cloudbursts following1 a prolonged dry swelled the Dry and the north the Shenan- doah Paver EO that they overflowed and joined. Houses were inundated and swept away. For-several hours the entire town- was. -without clec- -telephone or drinlcing water. Telephone communication and electric power were 'restored early today to portions 'the town. region. They xvere unable to confirm a report that at least five persons were lost in the Moorefield j 1KJWXPOTJRS yesterday drove the Potomac River's north and south branches out of their banks. j isolating entire. communities ing of British and Ar-i wcstern Diplomats continued 'Rides in Nebraska Yugoslavs Warn Italy on Trieste -staccato hoofbeats of the pony resounded across the Ne braska plains once again today. Cheating out a revival of never- forgotten chapter in Amer- 'ica's 'westward expansion- i The Nebraska Horse Clubs As- sponsor of the commem- moved its horses points along the Lincoln Highway French Division on Aug. Communist leaders called the GaulIIst plans to honor a and sched- uled their own meeting for 90 minutes earlier at 2 P.M. less than away. carry pouches of mail across the Estate on horseback. TODAY'S FEATURES 4 Killed as Plane Strikes Mountain KOME The Italian news agency Astra reports that Yugo- left to the Chinese government are Provinces Rebel ac it was to claim as pa.c o. settlemen CANTON still i leaders of iTito Slovene Liberation slav leaders have warned Italy to flipping away from Nationalist lay off Trieste and respect the a highly reliable foreign peace treaty. source said today. The leaders spoke in Capodistria t iin the church-state dispute in j munist-controlled to driver a special sermon 'Connection with Corpus Christi a ner seven-year-old-son Adolphius leave for Detroit Adolphius will ride- His 45- year-old mother will push. MTs. St- Clair says she was Miss Hungary in 19IS and is a former actress. e purpose of the as crow farther Police said there was lour and one- half inches of rain in 24 hours. Some 400 persons -were -moved out of the. south .side of Peters- a town of as cut it off It is located on the Potomac's south be- tween the Shenandoah and Alle- igheny mountains. I A 4- T'n M. j miles north- as the barrow for Adol- the town could only be en- phius to see his 52-year-old last night at a counter-rally in con- nection with Sunday's vote in Trieste's when those favoring a return to Italy won 40 of the 60 council seats. reported a western province recently refused to turn over rice taxes it had collected to the gov- ernment. A southern province gov- ernor seized government minting have been called to Vienna I conference with goslav legation. ceremonies. for an officials of i It Liner is Held Up Italy A maritime s reported earlier that eave his palace and his address at the Strachov Mon-j astery in Prague. Should the spir-j itual leader of 9.000.000 Catholics be allowed from husoand and I vc spent Mrs. Eva St. now a house- keeper at a Jacksonville tourist '1 guess it's a crazy thing to do but Dolphie was bom crippled after I was separated lea.ve his residence it would were machinery and still has it. strike here prevented thejcate that rumors that he was un-j Capodistria is sn the In the he thejltalian liner Sattsmia from cupied of the-free there have only a slen- for Kew York but II cargo 'ships were permitted to leave. which includes Trieste. ider link with the government. An Army Air Force training plane crashed into Cumberland ITS A TOtE to try to kcepjMountain killing all four f bnt the trials of Alper 01 the craft. 5 Judith Coplon and top Kedj Arthur public officials will the country tions oScer at the nearby Middle- She Mentioned Unmentionables i excited OTCT Commtznism for a in column The Nation Today en the editorial pajce-. The following are on pages 14 and Comics Ida Jean Kain Dean Crossword Horoscope Other..regular features are on the following and letters 4 Financial 6 Radio 20 Social News S Sports 9-10 Amusements S Bridge 14 Churches 7 Classified 11-13 6 town Air rorce said the vic- were reserve officers from the Cleveland area. Ke withheld identity of the men until their next of kin are notined. Blast Injures 7 NEW YORK six of them were today in an explosion and fire that a two-story garage on The blast occurred after And She's Glad Says ECA's Lingerie Correspondent Twins2DaysApart I Out. A pound son was born to Mrs. Lucien j Oeroux last 47 hours afterj ihe birth of his six-pound twin ter. i Editorials TOD ATS PAGE an automobile caught fire and flames spread to its gas tank. The 1 injured -were hurled to the street by the force of the then burned by flames that shot to second story of the building. Mrs. Dorothy who wrote to administrator Paul Hoffman about her expressed deiight today that she has suc- ceeded in bringing the subject the open. Mrs. Rockcliffe is 36. a dark- haired matron who lives in a duplex in suburban Hitcham. She not only manages the housework but works as a typist. And the most exasperating problem facing her and some millions of English women is she said. Recently Mrs. Rockcliffe resfi that Mr. Hoffman had dropped a remark that most Britons have only one set of cotton under- wear. couldn't resist an impulse to he write to tell him how right Mrs. Rockcliffe. now my' undies are being talked about at an American Senate committee hearing my i why not face the situa- tion If every British women were honest she would she is in much the same position as i Then Rockcliffe explained the position. The top layers of her the outer clothing she called fairly respectable. But the lower the undies are a sight. They she I wrote to. Mr. I walk about every day keeping my fingers hoping I don't get .knocked she observed. It was et a Senate committee where Hoffman read RockcTrffe's letter 5nto the to emphasize the short- age of such textiles for the aver- I I Great Expectations young expect too -of star. sa5d in Hollywood. young bride wouldn't speak to husband at break- fast one on -his return in the evening she wouldn't speak to him again. Ke begged her for an explana- tion and bursting into she 'Joe if ex'er I dream agai nthat I caught you kiss- ing Sue 111 go straight back home to silver lining has its- cloud.1' i as much time as possiole getting him well. long ago he had and asked me for a wheelbarrow ride as soon as he got well. He enjoyed It so much I thought we'd mafce the trip to Detroit by Way to Man's Heart CHKSTEKt ItiJUD. Sng. asked Brian Mitchell. to swalipw a half- penny to prove his love for her. Brian did. News of the- feat spread through his school. To amuse his Brian then swal- lowed 10 two small a metal chain and 24 empty cartridge Ke then went home and ate a dinner of Irish potatoes asid treacle tart. parents rushed him to a hospital when they heard what he had done for love. X-rays verified the odd. assortment in his stomach. Now- is wait- ing fo see U he will need an operation. tered by a roundabout route through Va. Police said that on Page tf Column CARDINAL MINDSZENTY SPEAKS BEFORE HIS mrrest by the Communist dominated m e n t of Cardinal Mindszenty had a series of documents smuggled out of the country. These no-ar published in a tell the Cardinal's story of the events that led to his conviction and sentencing to life in prison. A condensation of the bookT Mindszenty will appear in the Herald Journal and KeraJd- in a scries of articles. For the story of the Cardinal's fight against Communism and how opposition is eliminated be- hind the Iron Curtain1 this series is a It- starts tomorow in the Herald-American q and continues in The Herald -Journol I 4 j V State Police Capt.. Basil E. said at that the situatlqn was pretty ba'd and that some residents in the lowlands may have lost their lives. .New rains dispelled hope pf im- mediate abatement the .flood waters. Among the were State Police CpL A. M. his wife and -two children. -Hurst's home on the river bank near Petersburg was swept away during the night. L t MEAN the crest of the which struck last night after torrential .rolled northeast- ward towards W. Va. Polic6 had unconfirmed reports that eight to 10 others miss-. ing in the Petersburg-Mo   

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