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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS lotermountain Network Station KAJLL CMoodlj Tlitonth Friday WEATHER Mostly clemr Monday showers Details OB U 144 SALT LAKE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Violent Melee Hospitalizes 54AfterSiiig Peekskill Rioters Tip Bus During Left Wing Fight 4 atonethrowing aftermath to a Paul Robeson concert sent at least 54 persons to hospitals Sunday Some halfdozen automobiles and one empty bus were reported over turned in the flareup of the second eruption of disorder at a Robeson concert in the past eight Stones and other missiles were hurled through the air concert goers in buses and autos ran a gantlet of stonethrowers after a halfhour concert near here by the leftwing Negro Hundreds of bus and car win dows were cracked or smashed as rocks new from a crowd of milling persons gathered at entrance to the outdoor concert grounds in protest against Robe AntiBed Riot A week ago Saturday a sched uled appearance by the stager only a mile from Sundays concert site was prevented by a fierce riot that started after an antiCommuj nist parade of Sundays violence came more than two hours after some 3000 veterans staged a similar anti Communist parad ing up and down outside an aban doned golf course where Robeson Peeskill hospital said Sunday night that 30 persons were treat ed for injuries and four were kept for further One pa tient was sent to nearby Grass lands hospital with a serious He was identified by the hospital as Sidney Marcus of in isew XorK 24 persons received treatment at hospitals after returning by car or bus from the concert Police said one of those treated was a woman who had lost a finger from her left An estimated persons made their way to the scene of the arriving in the early 4000 Vet Sympathizers About 4000 to the around Police 1200 patrolled the area and roads leading to During the veterans they locked arms to wall between the Robeson sang in a natural am phitheater in the wooded concert while his supporters formed a ring around Some 150 concert goers were stranded in the golf course grounds until after 9 hours after the because they had no local authorities re cruited four buses to get them Vito Marcantonio Sunday night protested in a telegram to Thomas citing Pope Brands Bundle ScCH Reds Foe Of Catholics Vital in British Crisis Unprecedented Talk Assails Autocratic Regimes CASTEL 4 Pius publicly attacked communism by name Sunday for the first recorded time in his 10year In a 1400word radio address to half a million German i the pope struck directly iat the enemies of the church with unprecedented He spoke of the excommunication decree which he said seeks to save the world from Marxism and en force the separation of Catholics land atheist Earlier Address In an earlier address to Pop Bottle Kayoes Trooper at Peekskill Friend rushes to aid State Trooper Michael knocked unconscious by Hying pop bottle during violence at Paul Robeson outdoor concert at Peefcsldll during which veterans marched In protest against left wing singers pro Bussian At least 54 persons Swiss Catholics the pontiff referred to the dangers of totalitarian re In the the 73yearold pon tiff has avoided direct use of the word communism in referring to the churchs In measured Pius told the BochuriU conference If recently there has been traced a line of ob ligatory for aI be tween the Catholic faith and athiest it has been I done to construct a barrier which aims at saving not only the workers but everyone without ex ception from Marxism which denies God and Beligious Purity excommunication WOOKUledasFire Razes Docks At Chinese Port 4 W disastrous fire has killed more than 1000 persons in Chun king and ravaged the downtown banking and waterfront the official central news agency reported It said 7000 buildings were burned and more than persons were The fire started about 4 Friday and raged for 18 Its cause was Whipped by a strong it spread with devastating unchecked as the water supply The agency said CIS charred bodies were found in the ruins and that more than 400 were drowned when they leaped into the Yangtze river to try to es It said some of the missing must have been completely cre Suspect Leads Utah Party To Body of Slain Woman 4 There also was a botUe of Ray Dempsay Gardner Sunday night led officers to the body of a missing Montana woman he has admitted murdering nearly a month The body of Sue of was found about 100 yards off the ButteDillon 41 miles south of medicine with a label showing it had been obtained in A check with a Dillon druggist disclosed Gardners possible con nection with Miss Horns disap Wade In his written Wade said Gardner related that he Swimmer Fails Channel Test Mon 5 Fortyyearold Sheriff Mac Wade was returning1 Contacted Miss who had Gardner from Ogden to Butte advertised for a position as a when Gardner pointed out the location the womans Wade said Gardner signed a con fession in Ogden that he killed Beneath Green Coat The body lay beneath a green coat weighted down by Butte Sheriff Al McLeod said the woman was killed about Officers brought Gardner to Butte after he pointed out the Miss Horn has been missing since Gardner was ar resled near Ogden 15 after his car was involved in a traffic Before leaving for Sheriff Wade said he had found evidence which appears to link the darkhaired Gardner also with the July 20 sex slaying of baby ranch and left Butte with her in his heading for Ana On an isolated stretch of highway Gardner stopped the car rnd sstesd her to provide two to drive to The woman slapped his face and jumped from the Gardner said he shot her four or five times as she ran along the He put her body in the later disposing of it in a what he called complicity of state I Fahmy Attala of Egypt was sitter Shirley and local officials m failing to delirious frdra the water The nude body of Miss Gret halt assaults and rock throwing 17 was found beside a upon the guests leaving the con Unionist Hit in Eye Irving CIO Furriers Joint council manager and one of Monday after failing by less than 500 yards to swim the English He was the last of three swim mers who set out from Cap Gris 11 defendants at the Communist j p s d t aUempt conspiracy was reported hit I f the eye by a stone thrownthe grueling 21mile swim to through a car A Abdel Mo One bus company nain gave up earlier two of reported I miles off and Franciis Perez that 13 of 28 buses his firm sentof France abandoned his attempt to the concert were I when little more than half way He said they apparently were i driven away by volunteer drivers j Attalla had battled the surging after regular drivers declined to tides and icy waters of the Chan nel for more than 22 hours and u ifi found beside a highway the morning after she had left home to meet a strange man on a baby sitting Study Evidence Wade said the evidence being studied as a possible link of Gardner with the Gretzinger case includes a bloody auto floor mat found near Miss Gretzingers toilet tissue found in Gard ners suitcase which appears to resemble that stuffed into Miss Gretzingers throat as a and extensive newspaper clippings covering the history of the Gret zinger found in Gardners Tito Aid Flails Vows War Defense Westchester County District apparently was on the verge of I George Fanelii said his gJal when hisj Gardner confessed the Horn half a drivers had restrength ran slaying after submitting to a lie half a dozen bus drivers had re fused to take their vehicles back strength ran Attallas coach said i everybody in the accompanying to New York The district attorney commanj launch thought deered their placed voluni would teer drivers in and sent j them Fanelli were forced to Four regular drivers were sworn in as deputies by Fred Westchester county and sent out in company with police Two Buses Stoned the swimmer detector Sheriff Wade said two suitcases of womens some of which were marked Horn were found in Gardners ONE EVERY 12 MINUTES New York City police said two buses not connected with the con cert had been stoned in Peek The police were car rying Negroes on a trip from Hyde where they visited Labor Holiday Death Toll Hits 295 With Day to Go By ASSOCIATED PRESS One person died accidentally every 12 minutes as the nation celebrated the Labor day holiday week A count from 6 Friday the Franklyn Roosevelt memorshowed 295 persons killed by late 01 rno HnliriQff ial Sunday the holiday At least 14 persons were taken tself had even Of the vic custody during the concert and in the violent outbreaks after Police did not say if any of t be formally 236 lost their lives in traffic drowned and 38 died in a varietv of miscellaneous ac The tratrie toll mounted stead Twentysix poi Hy toward the 280 which the Na lice were being held in Safety council predicted for tective custody and would be re the threeday It was fed leased when transportation could1 by hilltop automobile collision be 1 in where six persons with drowning and mis cellaneous fatalities listed in that order Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Ken tucky Louisiana Mary land Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Among it was five of them in Tennessee Texas Utah Was Leon International In another tragedy fourIowa vice president of the CIO Fur and Leather Workers union and one men died when their private plane Uie sponsors of the I is death toll by Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming coat Sunday and told a mass meet ing Yugoslavia does not fear Rus he this countrys Mace donians and Montenegrins are de termined to defend to the end the independence and sovereignty of our socialistic Kail Station Speech The spokesman was Moshe Pi a vice of Yugo slavia and a topflight member of Titos He spoke to people gathered at the railroad station to welcome home some of Yugoslavias volun tary working Pijade speaking in his shirt sleeves minced no words in de nouncing wha the called a slander ous campaign by Russia against tha Tito regime campaign that began 15 months ago when the cominform countries denounced Tito for nationalistic The campaign now has reached the fury of an economic blockade by the eastern European a former painter and told the gather ing that Russias attitude toward Yugoslavia could be compared only with Adolph Hitlers racial attitude toward other smaller Small Barking Pup he said Russia ia trying to portray Yugoslavia as a small pup which dared bark at an Then he emphasized as this countrys troops have done re peatedly during the last few weeks while rumors spread of a possible YugoslavRussian showdown that this country is not They the Russians wanted to The decree has nothing to do with the con trast between poor and be tween capitalises and between proprietors and property It concerns the conservation Snyder Says Wtti Maintain Prosperity Level GRAND of the Treasury John Snyder said Sunday night that all business indicators point to sustained prosperity for the United In an address before the 32nd Division he said that Americans have bought nearly new cars and trucks since the end of the new va cuum cleaners and washing ma and more than 000 radios and television he the demand for autos continues high and in other segments of the economy notably supplies have not yet been sufficient to meet the needs of Officials Consider Measure Basis of Permanent Cure Sept 4 CSVAmerican official Sunday hoped this weeks top level dollar crisis conference will produce 1 a bundle of first aid measures for Britain and 2 interna tional machinery which may finally provide a real No permanent solution to Britains chronic dollar deficit can be expected from the AngloAmericanCanadian talks opening one high official told But he emphatically rejected the idea there is pearimiim in Some means may be found to reduce the immediate drain on Britains dollar he and thug gain time for longerrange Thomas Sees Swift Arms Aid Approval 4 Elbert Thomas Utah predicted Sunday quick senate passage of Harry S Trumans program of arms aid to friendly it finally gets to the Thomas expects committee ap and purity of religion and the proval of an amended bill will oe Christian the liberty of their I forhcnming then it action with the well being and dignity and the rights and liberty of In both the broadcasts to Ger mans and Swiss the pontiff re ferred to the tenth anniversary of the start of World War II in what appeared to be the start of a bat tle of ideas against the churchs main which promises to mount 1950 holy through the Speaking in Switzerlands three official languages French and Italian to the first congress of Swiss Catholics in 15 years at Pius said Ardent Desire We have but one ardent desire That the holy year for the grace of the passion and death of Jesus carried the assurance of external peace and true inter nal reconciliation of the He praised the Swiss for cling ing tenaciously to freedom of re ligion during the vicissitudes of the But warred that a new and most insidious danger threatens to dry up the springs of faith in God and his command This he is material ism which to destroy the freedom to serve true Only in God is man said the Those who separate from God fall immediately under the power of the deceitful totali tarian Lauded Catholics The pontiff lauded Swiss Cath olics as the advance force in a noble mission to keep freedom of He cautioned them to avoid re ligious negligence and warned that materialism contradicts all manifestations of the Against materialism is ranged an even more powerful said the will have to wait until the senate gets through arguing This may take two weeks even The tariff better known as reciprocal trades legis is the first major task be fore the senate when it returns Wednesday from its Arms aid was tagged urgent by the administration and military leaders who backed it in Capitol hill Truman asked for cash to begin arming western European and other nations to forestall any Rus sian aggressive The house slashed it and sent it to the an administration sup expressed belief that the senate committees on foreign rela tions and armed services will ap prove an arms aid bill within a day or two after hearing Oscar former commander of the Asiatic in a closed session next The combined committees have agreed not to act finally until they find out what Badger thinks about adding arms for nonCommunist China to the administrations as Richard and some want to Knowland other members INITIAL TEST he is the Catholic force with all its ft all the energy of its convictions lts and with all the grandness of the divine Giant British Plane Flies 4 The worlds largest civil land thundered into the air for snrcRssful 27minute first flight Tens of thousands of excited spectators cheered as the 130ton sky monster roared aloft from This potent force is equipped to victoriously dominate over ma Cites War Anniversary In his speech in the The eightengined silver capable of carrying 120 passen longer of the the Pope re the second time in less than a week to the tenth anniver sary of the start of World War It is proper in these said the to record that ten years after the of this hor rible apocalyptic the peo ples and states have not yet been j able to overcome its con1 I The first against whom i it was unchained and who were overwhelmed without were the Polish The Pope reviewed the efforts of the church to avert the disaster until the last night although tin gers nonstop between London and New circled gracefully over the heart of this city of half a million people before she nestled back smoothly on her big The former RAF flyer Bill said the Brabazon took off within 500 yards at 85 miles an More it was indi agreement may be reached on a future course of action which might involve either or both of these steps The fixing of further conferences of high officials to work out a monetary and economic program to remedy the British imbalance of The creation of a threegovernment council to devel op stabilizing from Capitol Hill came a senatorial reminder that American officials must keep con gress firmly in mind in the negotia Radio Interview Ralph Flanders said it would ho wise for the ad ministration to be in touch with and for the lawmakers to keep an eye on the proceedings in order that they may not get too far off the Flanders spoke in a radio inter view with commentator Charles Officials made clear that this government wiii not volunteer any readymade solutions in the forth coming but will wait to see what ideas are brought here by Sir Stafford British finance and Ernest Bev foreign They are ex pected Treasury John Snyder will head the In the preliminary talks held last week British officials brought out no specific it was Au agenda was written out only in general Lower Tariffs It covered such ideas as the low ering of tariffs and cutting of customs red tape to make entry easier for British boosting American stockpile purchases from the sterling reducing British imports from the United States and increasing British dollar loans to India and other AH these apparently were re garded as among the short term Even officials said it will take so long to bring them about that Britain must rely main ly on her own dwindling resources for at Some of the more sensational proposals aired in recent weeks were not expected to enter the talks at for instance New British Loan A new loan to has been no such suggestion from American officials no longer consider more credit a solu Raising the price of as well as the government gen flatly rejects the idea of raising the price paid by the Devaluing the pound Snyder and other officials are un derstood to feel this must come Its effect would be to cheapen British goods in world markets and thus possibly boost Britain exports to the breakeven But Snyder holds that such measures are the concern of the international monetary Cripps repeatedly has declared that Britain has no plans to de value the Various Britons have complained that the repeated rumors of pound devaluation aris ing in this have worsened Britains plight by causing cus Sec Page Column 1 Tieup Dooms Major Bills TU 50 Meet Sept 4 how U con fronted by such a stack of major legislation that most of it may left over until the 1950 check showsii Leaders to huddle in a few weeks to sort out the still to be taken up and those to be cached away until The senate returns and the house goes to work Sept after interrupting eight months of Many members wish to adjourn shortly after the recess Con atcr aasl together with a number ot civil are expected to be shelved until next The pending category includes such major measures as Financing of economic aid to Europe passed both senate and house and tied up in ExNavy Pilot Flies 386 mph To Win Tirmerman Trophy 4 a novice at racing but old hand at the Tinnerman trophy and Sun day with a record speed of 386 miles an hour in the National Air a former navy pi evidence has shown that the churchs appeal for peace rallied the forces ot neutral and moral Blind Vets to Meet making his first try in professional He whipped his big F2G a navy off the runway from the pole was first around the pylon and stayed front for all of the blistering 105 Wilson Newhall of 4 raise the people against the state Approximately 600 members of Pijade It did j the Blinded Veterans j who at 49 is Uie oldest man in whitehaired veteran race just the They cemented I are converging on the capital for the cockpits trailed McKillen the unity of the people and their their fourth annual in with average of The program will inHe flew an air force a Sc he said at another elude exhibits of blinded veterans I converted F51 performing jobs for which they I The new Tinnerman record com pared with the mph averaged the ecotrtimic blockade by Russia and satellites has proved have trained last year by Bruce The Tinnerman and the Sohio races are warmups for the Thompson trophy event on Labor the classic of closed course Bill Odom of won the Sohio Intermittent light rain failed to interrupt the second day program except for cancellation of a race among air national guard jet fight ers for the Allison The planes stayed at Indianapolis and will make the run Monday if weather semifinals of the Goodyear trophy race for tiny aircraft were won by Al Foss of and Luther Johnson of The victories put them in Mondays a first prize of with first and second place planes in Saturdays four preliminary CONGRESS JAM Anns munist couritrieav the A and now before the senate foreign relations and armed services com with early action Extension of the reciprocal trade agreemeritsprogram passed the house and slated for early sen ate ihnasesai assistance to Korea approved by committees of both chambers but not acted on by Pay raises for members of the armed amounting to an estimated passed tha house and approved by aenato Johnson Aides Clarify Ban On Solon Jaunt Sept 4 Defense Louis Johnson haf no intention of clamping a lid on free air travel for defense department sources said They said the air ia ready and willing to haul congressmen wherever it has regular routes and that they are sorry if Elmer got any other Those assurances were offered after an exchange of letters be tween Johnson and Thomas con cerning a proposed roundthe world trip by a senate armed serv ices appropriations Urges Civil Transport Johnson wrote Thomas a few days ago that it might be better if the senators used commercial air transportation for one leg of their trip from Cairo to He said it would save money and would put the air force in the po sition of competing with private air Thomas said Sunday that waa all right with Bjt he added that he wants an accounting by 20 of all flights made at air force expense by Harry S Vice President Alben Barkley and other administration in cluding Johnson refusing to talk for quo several defense officials said that Tliomas apparently had And one even ad mitted that maybe Johnson hadnt been sufficiently He explained it this way Committee Flam The subcommittee planned to sail to Europe aboard the Once in they want to fly to various citiea and the air force already haa made necessary Some of the senators wanted to go on around the and Johnson suggested that it might be cheaper it thsy pateon ised one of the commercial plying between Cairo and Thats all then waa to official
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