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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS IfitermounUln Network Station KALL Honda Thronih Friday WEATHER Mostly clear Sunday Md Detail on Page SB 143 SALT LAKE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Dewey Alerts Police To Avert Riot Mobilizes Troopers To Block Strife At Robeson Concert Solon Flails Junket Asks Data on All Trips Flies for Wins for Jimmy Joe De Hollywood real estate dealer who flies for leans from his plane to greet actor James Stewart and after he won the Bendix crosscountrv race for propeller He eclipsed ail existing rec ords for the grueling transcontinental De Bona Posts New Record In Bendix Test 3 Joe De movie star Jimmy Stewarts racing smashed all records in the 2010mile Cali fornia to OlevelandBendix trophy race Saturday and walked off with a prize after streaking here at 470 j Victory was sweet for the GRETZINGER TIEUP ExOhio Inmate Admits Murder in Montana Tribune keased Wire Shirley Jean was confession brutally slain July apparently to a Montana murder has a maji who contacted her obtained from an Ohioan held an advertsement for as a baby wood real estate man and trans continental sneed record and evidence uncovered that ap to man to the slay ing of Shirley Jean Sheriff Mac Wade said Saturday night Sheriff Wade said Ray Dempsey con ing of Sue a ranch in Montana on The Weber countv official said Sheriff Wade said a blood stained automobile floor a 3 Of Thomas Dewey Satur1 day ordered all available state po lice to the Peekskili area Sunday to guard against another riot be tween war veterans and support ers of Negro singer Paul Robeson failed to appear at an open air concert last Satur day when antiCommunist veter ans clashed with the left wing singers At least eight were but Robeson was in tercepted by friends before he reached the He immediately pledged a sec ond for 1 EST Sunday afternoon about a mile from last weeks riot Veterans May March The veterans said they plan to march men past the con cert Robeson supporters called for an audience of More than 380 local law en forcement officers are already Dewey called the concert a pro Communist but said freedom of speech and assembly must be guaranteed however hateful the views of some of those who abuse He ordered John Gaff superintendent of the state police to Peekskil to command the Scene of Recital Robesons supporters arranged for buses to carry adherents from New York The veterans said they would have groups from as far away as New England and The recital is to be held at the Old Hollow golf longer miles north oi here on Hillside Hillside avenue is only 20 feet The 15 veteran groups spon soring the parade said they will be marching south along it from 11 until we get The concertgoers normally bombing target zones would go north from in White Named pres identelect at Utah medic EASY TARGETS Medics Ask Better Aid Salaries By WILLIAM PATRICK Tribune Staff Writer The Utah State Medical elected new officers and threw its weight behind a move to obtain better salaries tor state health department A resolution adopted by the R Plea Set To Disperse Plane Plants Additional Column 7 3 quiet but persistent effort of the air force to get wsrplane fac tories moved out of potential will be house of delegates at the close of i the congressmen could save the annual meeting in the commercial air University of Utah Unfbn said an acute emergency now exists in the Utah state health and the most critical factor in this situation is the lack of an well qualified state health commissioner on a permanent Urges Salary Boost The association recommended that the state administration per mit the board of health to raise the present yearly salary to a figure that will attartc a well qualified person to take the position on a permanent Arms Fund Aid Threatens To Outlaw Free Flights 3 irate senator warned Defense Louis Johnson Saturday that he may have to start paying for his own airplane rides if he cuts out free travel for That harpoon was thrown at the secretary by Elmer Thomas chairman of an armed services appropria tions Johnson had written Thomas a few days ago informing him that there would be no more military air transportation for congressional committees traveling He suggested that the taxpayers money by using Threatens The Oklahoma Democrat told Johnson the secretary economy proposal will be considered by his But would go north from m1 stepped up next dicating the possibility of a head Stalart AT STRASBOURG because he handily whipped two arrested originally in planes entered in the national air connection with a races opener by Paul the man he never has teen able to beat Odom Wins Event Bill the roundtheworld and longdistance solo tried close course racing lor the first time Saturday and ran away from the field to win the Ohio He set a new record of mph for the event in a radically modified F51 Mustang fighter plane sponsored by Jacqueline The modification cost while Odoras first prize European Assembly money was j Saturday rejected proposals for a pawned wrist toilet tissue on meeting between the found in a and marked j I clipping of ads for baby sitter work might tie Gardner to the murder Say Watch Pawned The sheriffs LcRoy said a piece of a floor mat i Ait Stuart Symington case from the stolen car allegedly used e by Gardner was found near the Horn after a liedetector murder scene on test and long questaomng that also I road He said the matting yielded several possible leads blood stained K the Delegates Ban Single Money the movie stunt man and racing decided against per sonally flying one of his two bright red F51 Mustangs this leaving their fate to Herman Fish Van test pilot and Stanley Mantz chief test Trailed by Minutes Reaver trailed De Bonas slate gray F51 only by minutes and just behind him was Salmon in the 46 Mustang with which Mantz set the previous record of mph in De Bonas time was 4 hours 16 minutes seconds compared with Mantzs record of Vernon air force ma teriel command pilot from Middle broke the previous Bendix jet division record by driving here in a F83 Thunder jet fighter at an average speed of An additional lead in the Gret singer case he when Gardner admitted pawning a watch in a Salt Lake pawn The watch was identified by i as Miss but rej jsembles one worn by Miss Gretj singer when she was the deputy It will be shown to Miss Gretzingers 227 Patterson 3 Find Tissue Possession by Gardner of toilet tissue of the kind found in the Accountable Veterans involved include ft number of units nf the Legion and the Veterans of For and one unit each of the tjathoiic War veterans and the Jewish War Dewey said that sending state police does not remove the respon sibility of local officials to main tain Westchester county district George and Sheriff Fred Ruscoe will be held strictly he program designed to in economic cooperation throat of the Gretzinger girl when her nude body was found on a lonely road near Weber the morning of July and the fact that he had in his posl session clippings of baby common currency and turned down the idea of creating its own economic high But the delegates adopted a broad crease among its members by Making their currencies freely interchangeable as as pos Establishing permanent ma chinery for coordinating the credit policies of European Calling a conference of mem ber states and overseas territories to study ways of building closer economic through such means as preferential trade j a Colorado university stu him of the killing of the Ogden Sheriff Wade a prisoner in Weber county jail since 15 when he was picked up by Clearfield police on a hitrun driving will be questioned also for possible con nection with the killing of Roy Heart Ailment Claims Life Of Short 3 Walter who was stripped of his command after the Japanese smashed unwary Pearl a died Saturday l Tohn his physi lid Short died of chronic isease at He died very Chapman He was in a stu At his bedside with the doctor were Shorts wife and his only Walter Dean Under the assembly mph and elapsed time from Muroc air force base of 3 hours 45 minutes representatives may meet later with delegates from the United States and other interested nations in a world economic A main topic would be lowering of American tariffs for European i kept in Ogden Sheriff dent this summer in Gardner was arrainged in federal court July 24 on a charge of Dyer act and at that time was ordered returned to an Indiana mental institution where he had is scheduled to fly to Seattle on accompanied by produc tion experts and other officials of previously been a He was j genera Relieved of Duties The Japanese attack on ended Shorts 40year army A few days after the bombing raid he was relieved of his Within a few weeks he retired at his permanent rank of major In Three Hours Second best to Ford was Mason also a materiel command whose F84 thundered over the transcontinental course in 3 hours 48 minutes and averaged Third was who clocked almost a tie with Last was Harry who was an alternate for Capt Franklin Syra riifj Vif ilC engine The navy put on an unpre cedented jet race for the estimated opening day fans when four twinengine Banshees whistled off the deck of the carrier U S S Mid way in the Atlantic off New York and tore over an approximately 500 mile distance to the finish line The race WBS won by a nose by who finished 47 minutes seconds he left the carrier for an average speed of his to talk with the Boeing Aircraft Officials explain that in the case of the Boeing or any of the other plane factories the air forces pri mary interest is in having produc iton of military craft dispersed and moved inland from danger areas along the Exclude Commercial Type Where the companies build com mercial type planes is no business of the air they In the case of one contract with Boeing that for the high speed jet the air force reached a firm under standing with the company these planes are to be made at its plant instead of at the coastal plant in offi cials Boeing officials say they are waging no campaign against the transfer The pay roll at the Boeing Seattle plant runs into millions an the company being one of the major industries at Danger of Attack The air force belief that concen trations of plane factories should be broken up and dispersed rests primarily on the danger of enemy although there are other The air force argument goes something like this The major danger factor lies in attack not only by longrange bombers which could hit inland cities as well as coastal targets but from carrierborne planes or mediumrange guided missiles launched irorn enemy submarines surfacing close to the Pacific or Atlantic Presentday range of such missiles is about 200 The striking radius of carrier based planes may be about Conrad Jenson of who has served for the past year as automatically became Salt Lake was named will become president in It wsis decided to hold next years convention in Ogden in son junction with the annual meeting of the Ogden Surgical Dates will be set later for the combined meeting to be held late in April or early in Customar the state convention is held in the home town of the Other Society Officers Other officers elected Saturday are Sims Pan first vies Juel sec ond vice president Seth third Vice president Salt Lake secretary for threeyear secretary Ed Salt Lake Honorary president Weston councilor from third dis trict George M delegate to the American Medical for two years Provo and Richard Mid Salt Lake member of See Page Column 4 he hinted wrathfully that the senate coulddo a little penny pinching of its Thomas reply He asked Johnson for an accounting all the airplane rides he hai taken at government expense since he became defense And the senator said he wanted to know how much free flying Harry S Truman and other executive officers have been do He said jmaybe the texpayara cut ting out that kind of Thomas told Johnson that hit subcommittee wants a full ac counting by covering all free trips made in government air craft since by Tru Vice Alben the heads of the armed forces and executive congrew Mundt Signals For Probe Of Publicists 3 A Republican senator Saturday called for investigation of a public relations agency which offers help to firms in trouble with the gov ernment and to have puilsd a few rabbits out of hats for some of its Karl Mundt identified the firm the Earl Noyes agency of with offices one block from the White aaid its activities other members of toe as well as by Most Publicised flight One of the most publicized air plane junkets made recently Barkleys flight in a military plant to wherei the vice president kepi a date with Carleton a widow he to be studying Washingtons influence EyrCfciching Letter jiieiiiucf Si 60151 made public an eyecatch ing forni fctir Another was and have fun trip ranged for the joint chiefs He flew the service White Johnsons crackdown a wrench Admiral Husband Pearl Harbor navy derelict of Kimmel also was relieved and But after the war a congres sional investigating committee re ported Short and Kimme guilty of nothing worse than er 3 a glass of champagne and eating rors in It said they a sausage at a beach j were not He entered the channel against the advice of They Crippled Swims Wild Channel in 22 Hours 34yearold crippled hero of the Belgian completed one of the most dra matic channel swims in history at EOT Sat He was in the choppy seas 22 hours and one who his ress to his wife by carrier was battered by eightfoot waves during the 19mile For seven his manager he was The giant Belgian insisted on finishing despite the pleas cf his manager and the crew of the ac companying boat to give They were afraid the would smash now an plungedinto the water at Cap Griz at EOT after tossing off warned him the weather was too They told him he should His limited to practice swim five He had never tackled a long distance in Durnoulin said business was tired from pressing in Belgium and he hadnt three years ago because of his Retired Shntrly After Shortly after he became head of the traffic de partment at the Ford Motor plant The plant then made only war the rs Fcrd job nearly said the the He wanted to get it over with He told the congressional in as fast as his manager vestigating committee in 1946 that His time did not begin to equal Washington had not supplied him with information from an inter thc record of 10 hours and 45 min1 cepled Japanese message utes set in 1926 by Venceslas a But it bet tered the 23 hours and 48 minutes of Philip the English who also battled high I was obeying my instructions from Washington ns I understood the slender officer He contended the war depart in four years of had seas unfavorable currents in tried to single him out 1 scapegoat of the J ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 3 Foreign 4 Editorial 4 Intermountain 9 Local 10 11 SECTION B 3 Sports and in Deaths 17 Classified Advertising 17 SECTION W Society 110 SECTION H Farm Letter 2 Over the Fence Post SECTION M 18 Radio Log 7 8 GOP Senators Balk at More Aid to Europe 3 Some Republican senators asserted Saturday night that the United States already has done all it can to ease Europes trade and mone tary Robert Taft and other GOP spokesmen made it clear by their remarks that further American assistance through tariff concessions or additional di rect have the roughest kind of going in Control of Dollar Taft warned particularly against any discussion of a thinly veiled AngloAmerican currency union under which the dollar ultimately would be jointly controlled and Such a certain to re quire congressional would undermine the dollars value and be a costly he These views were expressed as British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin and Sir Stafford chancellor of the were en route here for talks beginning Wednesday with American and Canadian officials on the British economic Taft said that Britains share of new Marshall plan spending represents the outside limit of His view was indorsed by other some of whom added that this country already has gone too Most We Can Do Nine hundred million ia the take that amount and do what you can with Taft told a Taft said there is little this country can do in any case to check the drain of dollars from And he said Britains dol lar while disrupting the Labor governments domestic and world trade will have only a minor effect Eugene Millikin ranking GOP member of the senate finance also opposed additional American aid or The firm offers to handle any sort of transaction with the government through its closely seasoned staff who have thorough knowledge of government The wrencii in uie piuv OX many congressional committees to go to Europe and the Far Bast in military Thomas subcommittee was planning a trip around the world this Johnson said in his letter to When in trouble with the that the projected trip ernment or if you need or cost by military anything done in Washington and only in com may pay you big dividends to in touch with It adds that everything will be held in strictest Rabbits From Dies Another paragraph says Without claiming to perform Averted we modestly admit that we pulled a few rabbits out of 3 for some of our James Diehl died at who signed the throttle of a passengsr train defended his agency as toward Pittsburgh Satur business but his fireman avoided a Mundt said he obtained the ter from another to William it had been sent by a the Pittsburgh and Lake commuter train to a halt a The letter is being turned seconds after the veteran en to the five per center slumped in his the mittee staff for of a heart Mundt those few the train May Recall Vang approximately five city Mundt and said he became aware Joseph McCarthy Diehl was slumped in his both predicted that other new when he noted the engine had dence they are studying may been shut off for a local it necessary to recall fireman grabbed for the air Harry alongside the engineers Harry S Trumans military and brought the train to a for more Vaughan testified two days of Beaver had week before the hearings were an employe of the railroad 140 30HOUR TOLL Americans Flood To Some to By ASSOCIATED is the table of deaths by The naitons toll of accident listing climbed to 148 by the end of miscellaneous In that first 30 hours of the Labor day week Arizona Countinefrom K California mishaps up until Saturday mid Eleven persons drowned and 10 others died from various accidental causes related to the The highway toll rose steadily as an estimated cars took celebrants to vacation The National Safety council had made thin grim Labor day predic tion Between 6 local time and 6 280 will die in traffic acci Florida Georgia Idaho 100 Illinois Indiana Iowa Louisiana land Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska New Jersey New Mexico New York North Caro lina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island BouUt Carolina Tennewee Texas Virginia Weit Virginia Wyoming 1
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