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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - September 15, 1949, Syracuse, New York                               SHOWERS LItllo halite. SYRACUSE 4PM. 5 P M. P M. 7PM K P M. 9 f .M 10 I'M Full Map on J'.uc SVKACCtiK 12 P M. 1 A M a AM. 3AM. 4 A M 5 A V. It M. .to .43 .49 SAM ..51 V A M o.s 10 A M.. Su I A .M 53 13NODH..3S 1 I'M.. S8 2P.M.. b'J H E R ALD JO U RN AL Associated Press United Press International Kcws Service Wirevholo Complete Local Coverage FINAL NIGHT EDITION N. THURSDAY SEPT. 1949 VOL. NO. D 5 CENTS Railroad Police Nab Pair in Boulder Blitz of Trains -RUTLEDGE SUCCESSOR- 'FOR FUN' Sherman Minton Big Rocks Were Hung Off Bridge Appointed to Supreme Court WASHINGTON Minton.. of who battled in'vain for the 1937 Koosevelt plan to put younger blood on the Supreme today was chosen by President Truman to serve on that Ijeneh. Minton. in 1937 a pro-New Deal DOW is a judge of the Seventh U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. court has headquarters at Chicago aud embraces the statesjdangering crack passenger of Illinois and j trains on and off for a month j PRESIDENT TROiAN 1'OCks from 'a news conference bv 1J1 thfi Pat 1S choice of .Minton to succeed Were nabbctl 'late Justice Wiley B. Rutledge on. Police identified them as the nation's highest court. of 1138 State He also announced and James Judge Walter C. of Beach rd- Lakeland. U. S. Court for the eastern dis- The-v arc 3od8ed at. police head- 'trlct of will succeed Min- Quarters pending arraignment on a CARS STONED AS VARIATION TWO YOUNG men rail- road police have been en- BALK AT Steel and Coal Strikes Loom on Welfare Issue ton on the Appellate Court. of vio alion of Section Casper now a circuit of the Penal Law involving ob- tracks and en- is a Democrat and the satety of persons on la but his wife is ms' 'olic. THEIR MAIN Capt. I There had been spe9Ulalion be- Howard Beagle of the railroad po- the appointment that Mr. Tru-'lice were the Ohio State man might choose a Catholic Limited and the Detroiter. jthe high court. The death of They were taken in custody at Frank Murphy in July A.M. today on the overhead moved the member of that faith from the court. Mr. Tru- jman appointed Attorney span at Beile Isle near Syracuse Municipal Airport. In railroad police they admitted a to sue-1 that they stoned trains and dan- jceed Murphy. gled cobbles in their paths for capt'Beasie Associated Press Wircplioto JUDGE SHERMAN -STATE County Gets Aid For Schools Senator I ger tlajn roared by they would and heave stones at Cie In instances of Pull-1 was cats nclc shattered- Arraigned before Justice of the' jace Cahin D. Bingham measures. He mjjius both entered a mandatory fought hard for President guilty and wcre ordered of M I wo became close friends. As a Minton embattled New Dealer and ons INDUSTRIES- Lewis Repeat Demands THE LABOR PICTURE AT A GLANCE Stcohvorkers Union ji.ive a blunt warning' in a message to the IT. S. Steel Corji.. deipniulintr an agreement to bargain on the basis of the Presidential fact finding board's report. L. United Mine presi- demanded for the second successive day that the Cleveland Trust Co. persuade a Vest Virginia mining firm to resume payments into the welfare fund. feel Gets W. Va. PITTSBURGH President 1 CHECKS TOTALLING luta J for the first quarter payment stale aid to education in Onon- velt's plan to add new justices to the Supreme Court to number of those over age TO who did retire. As the age of the justices then the plan would have en- larged the court from nine to 33 members. The court of that time had de- clared unconstitutional major leg- islation which the President backed as essential to the country. WITH THE shifting of political Minton was defeated for re- election to the Senate in 1940 by Raymond E. Republican. Minton went back to but President Roosevelt quickly back to Washington jand named him ns one of his ad- daga County school districts out- side of Syracuse were received day by Nicholas M. county treasurer. Deputy County Treasurer Leo O'Connor said ono check ministrative Prrsidenl held for action of the grand jury. BUT THEIR nnjor prank was the dangling of rocks weighing from 50 to 60 pounds by rope from the bridge in the paths of oncom- ing locomotives. When a fast moving locomotive would .stiike one of these it would send the rock shooting down the track like a bowling ball. It was Captain Beagle that they never selected a Diesel powered train as their tar- for in these there is a wind- shield across the front and just be- hind this sit the engineer and his assistant. Had they selected a Diesel it is possible serious injury might have been caused. STONED POLICE SAY. police escort Arilnir Paclzck and -lames Malehauoff from police headquarters after their arrest on eha'rgcs of s1 oning trains. Left'to Railroad Patrolman Joseph Malehanoffi and Sgt. James Corljplt L. Lewis and the Southern soUJPhilip Murray of the C.I.O. United jroal industry moved nearer todaj .Steehvorkers today charged the jto a showdown battle nnn- giant United Slates Steel Corpora- payment of the miners' welfare- jtion is seeking to TO NAME Arrests 'Democrats Nominate for Senate Ex-FBI Man pension royalty. Lewis apparently lost a round in force a sti ike.'' The accusation came in a tele- leading Southern opera-j into paying overdue instal- ments to the welfare fund. Benjamin. head of the Creek and Pond Creek Island Poca- On May to the Circuit Court born in George-' WASHINGTON A for- mer FBI agent said today that the State Department thwarted arrest NEW YORK The Democratic State Committee today for- mally nominated former Gov. Herbert H. Lehman as candidate for the United States Senate in ncxl November's election. The name of the ear-old hontas coal companies in West i has been classed by Leu is as the ring leader in a Southern revolt against the 20 cents a ton royalty which feeds his pension fund. LEWfS ASSUMED the Cleveland Trust as trustee for the Liberty E. Holden had control of the two com- F. Fairless. Murray again insisted that U. S. SI eel accept recommendations of President Truman's fact-finding hoard aimed at settling steel labor difficulties-. He wired UNION still hopes that a strike in the basic steel industry can be averted. It can be averted if your corporation and the rest of the industry xviil agree with the d Railroad Police Sgt. James for state aid to iivisory school districts in the and will be distributed school superintendents give apportionments to the treasurer. The county now has approxi- mately 150 supervisory districts. East Syracuse receives State aid for the first fiscal quar- ter and Solvay gets First quarter aid for Syracuse Schools will be paid sometime next O'Connor said. Last year city schools received as thpir share of the slate aid. The amounts received here are part of of state aid for the current fiscal year distributed in the last few- days by the state. Comptroller Frank C. Moore announced would be ap- portioned in October to 31 cities in a deferred payment group. These including operate or formerly operated on calendar fiscal hv explained. New York City will receive of this amount. ....I. I Plant Explodes V. i 1 f J'UUU UtlU I' OiiL. but his family moved CorbcU anri Patrolman Joseph on Page Column Suit is Filed To Split WASHINGTON Attorney General J. Howard McGrath today filed suit to break up the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company's nationwide food chain. The civil action was brought in Federal District Court at New York- City this morning. It is a follow-up to a criminal conviction of the A. and P. Com- pany under the anti-trust statutes at three years ago. The conviction was affirmed in the U. S. Court of Appeals at Chi- cago early this year and the com- pany paid fines tolaling The action in New York requests a court order requiring A. and P. lo separate its manufacturing andj Hymes to get to the bottom of the trouble. Night after night they canvassed the area. At 2.30 A.M. today their work bore fruit when they noticed Paetzek and Malchano of loitering on the Belle Isle bridge. After watching them awhile they closed in on them and took--1he pair to headquarters Captain Beagle they admitted the deeds. Paetzek and Malchanoff are to be arraigned before Justice of the Peace Calvin Bingham at Railroad police said they will that the case be presented to the grand jury. McCarran is Going To Spain on Own WASHINGTON President processing business from its buying not arrest a Soviet without prior approval of the State De- partment. THIS WAS Kerley whether the agent was a of this country or an alien. now on the editorial staff of the New York Journal- said that among FBI- planned arrests blocked by the Sfafe Department was that of Ar- thur crippled head of a Soviet spy ring seeking atomic se- crets. He said the FBI wanted to seize Adams in 1945 but the State De- partment said no. The department wanted Adam_s kept in this coun- nation. Woman Decides Mate's Slayer Shall Not Die NEW YORK man bad killed her so the judge left it up to her. Did she want the slayer to die for his She said to let him live. Thus did Mrs. Anna the mother of four try. the FBI lost hisj Car- trail and he got Kerley saui. mine yesterday THE SENATORS are studying from the electric means of keeping spies out of on trial for first-degree country. Kerley spent the murder in the May 4 shooting of part of his time in the witness Mrs. Falletta's Truman said today that Chairmanichair reeling off names of Soviel i offered to plead guilty to McCarran of the Senate agents who have engaged .inj second-degree which Judiciary is acling on espionage and other subversive ac- his own in going to Spain to talk tivities in this country. with Generalissimo Franco He said RusMan trade missions and soiling business and to Mates' v ils present seven retail store divi- McCarran sailed from New- said sions into seven hf. would S rnnnn nnr rm 1 rim In- initP rm'i generating Ind. A large oined retail food chains. plant of the South- eastern Indiana Electric Companyip- exploded killing ot least HlllS JDclCK Oil onejJ Svorker the brick building. TODAY'S FEATURES TIFXSINKI. Finland The strike offensive started Aug. 17 by- Finland's Communists has faded into history. At the only workers still are on and these probably will resume JICE BRITISH. Canadian a7idivvcrk in a daX or so. American conferees soon will j tafcp up the momentous problem i of how far the United Slates is to jro in sharing its technical know-how on the atom-bomb with Groat Marquis Chiids writes on the editorial diplomatic recognition by the'and embassy and con.sulale slaffs used primal sly for these kept Premier' Slalin as woll informed as I IFranco not only lo discuss mvn government about U. S- 'malic recognition but lo talk overproduction and production potcn- of a loan to itiai. Hailstone Shower ROME brief but violent shower of hail some as big as sent a half dozen Romans to hospitals and clinics for I real men f and frightened thou- sands of others last night. Bell Talks Go On BUFFALO talks between union and company leadeisj of not less than 30 years in does not carry a dealh penalty. Kings County Judge Samuel Leibowifz told Mr. Falletta the decision was in her hands as to whether he accented Petillo's pica lo the lesser charge. feel two wrongs can't make a she her voice quavering. is gone. Send- ing Charlie In the electric chair won't bring Frank Petillo. who shot Falletta in an argument about a was ordered held for sentencing in the Bell strike were scheduled today uith- out further comment by either party. The following are on page 58 and Comics Ida Jean Kain Dr. Dean Crossword Mary Ilaworth Horoscope TALKING IT 29 Other regular fea lures are on following Amusements Bridge Chssifiod 54-57 Oily Life 3t 2S Foot Bridge is Lost in Red Tape Hitchhiker Robbed Auto Who's Going to Replace Pupils' Financial 53 Inq.Reporter 13 Junior Set 25 Radio 51 Social 36-45 Sports 47-50 WmcheU 33 Earl Wilson 21 Editorials and Letters 32 i TODAY'S PAGE THE PARENTS or Van Duyn School pupils want to know who's going to put back their little bridge that has been lost in a morass of state and federal government red tape. Rfcenlly during Onondngn Hani treek straightening t.'ie construction company ir g for S. Army Corps of Et gincers had to push through an area I hat crossed by a handy foot bridge. Young pupils from Van Duyn used to cut across from Midland av. right to school. But the bridge had to come down to make way for the creek straightening. This means they have to walk to another bridge and adds a country mile to the kids' hike to school. Van Duyn parents raised 1he roof. They asked .Superintendent of Schools David H. Patton to either have another tyndjje put. up or let the youngsters transfer to Meachem bus route. He turned down the latter sug- gestion. officials of the TAINTED POST gon- alarm was out by Slate today for two men held up William E. Gudgeon of tied him to a tree after thf victim had hitchhiked a ride with them. Trussed to a tree at nearby Addison last Gudgeon was relieved of SG and hi.s urislwatch. He told police the pair offered him a ride at. Pa. He said he was on his way to Chicago. Federal washed their hands city look that foot bridge said J. resident ruction will have to ho handled by the stale or A city official .said it was his been nssignwi to the was jgunni or Fcilpnii ju Medina Guarded NEW YORK police under going to do it. Mayor Frank J. who hns been on the scene to lo ik over the problem lifts said nothing official yot. State officials were not avail- able for Harold R. who i.s piesid- ing at the conspiracy it was disclosed today. Police officials said the patrolmen were as A precautionary meas- ure. fConchitlcil on Pngc. Column in the coal fields. But Freiberger leplicd Cool Tonight With Rain COOL WEATHER is extending west from New York State to the Rockies and south to the Gulf the Weatherman reported today. He said there will be little change in temperature1 predicting a low of 45 tonight as compared with last night's low of 49 and a high of 65 tomorrow as compared with yesterday's 70. There will be occasional light rain tonight and considerable cloudiness tomorrow. that Cleveland Trust controls neither company. Cleveland Trust Company as trustee of the Holden Trust holds a substantial but not a con- trolling slock interest in Island Creek Coal and only a very nominal stock interest in Pond on Column Six Flee Tug SEATTLE Guard j Headquarters reported early today- six persons had abandoned Truman is Hopeful WASHINGTON President Truman expressed hope today Ihnl negotiations in the sleel et Francis j progress toward a self lenient. At Mr. Truman's news confer- ence he was asked whether he considered the attitude of Philip head of C-I.O. Steel was proper in insist- on acceptance of the board's formula when it was agreed in advance Ihnt the findings would nol he hlnding. Mr. Truman said he thought there was a decided difference between accepting a thinp as a basis for negotiations and ac- ceptance of a recommendation outright. and with public opinion to 11 'accept the recommendations of the stricken tug Afognak in the whipped Gulf of Alaska. The industry board. Guard said the vessel radioed telegram replied to an six persons went over the side in message from Fairless Men hoof ot G-OS A vr Thnlwhich stated U. S. Steel is unwill- a 14-foot life boat at A.M. The message said no land was in sight. Girl's Plea for Felon Bares Prison Romance BALTIMORE love with a convict. -Peggy 22. blonde and fell in mg to accept the board recommen- dations without bargaining. The board recommended that labor and industry work out company financed pension and in- surance plans but ruled out a wage increase far steel workers. S. STEEL took particular ex- ioeption to the board'.s view that jthe pension plan hp .financed en- tirely by the indusliy. It'said that a matter of sound principle any program of social insurance She was a receptionist and typist in one of the offices at ne on a contributory i _ Thc. telegram left Hie presump- California. Williarr J. a con- tion clear that the big steel union will not initiate any contract nego- victed was assigned to thejnations unless the steel industry same office as a clerk. jis willing to bear the cost of don't know when or how insurance programs as TI cho I recommended by Presidential board. fell in love she said. BUT SIIK DOES know 1lmt MfRRAY FORCED 1hft issue has sent her life up a He told Fairless the jcharUM road that has not union i.s not .satisiiPd with Fairless' to follow. initial answer that bargaining be i Salisbury was released on commuting Sic from San Quentin recently after steel to the hoards findings 21 months for tako long to jlle was brought to Baltimoie to I reply. Wilhin a few hours he told 'stand trial on a two-year-old Afrstltilfa Pus PEGGV PETERSON icharge that he forged in i The trial was held yesterday in Court before Judge Rob- jert I Salisbury's attorney told the jstory of the prison romance. i Then Peggy took the vTilnoss stand. She had her job to come East to help Sansbury. I know he'll go she pleaded. Judge although sympa- said he will postpone d decision until ho infor- mnlion on tho from the Mnry-j land probation dopartmcnl. Peggy is trying to find a job. on Page Column The Worst Mayor Bourbeau of said .'iy nn address to young you are inclined to be hlle. but I advise to -work hard. Success in life only from hard work. There is no other way io win surcfss. most pernicious flat- Mayer Bourbeau which we showtr on   

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