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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER continued mlM Detail 01 35 35 SALT LAKE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS 18 Fliers 3 Safe Truman Hints In Collision of B29s Hike in Tax Tragedy Increases Death Toll For Forts to 38 in 24 Hours 17 airmen were killed or missing and presumed dead Thursday in the wreckage of two B29s that collided five miles above California in one of the worst accidents in peacetime air force To Cut Deficit Says 5051 Spending Will Deepen Debt Unless Levy lipped n President Harry S Truman said The casualties in the midair accident boosted to 38 the toll Thursday his government budget of dead and missing in fortress mishaps in the past 24 orkC RECEIVE SOS Three enlisted men among 21 crewmen aboard the luckless planes escaped by parachuting from the dizzily spinning craft above the mark after the big fourengined bombers somehow missed signals Wednes day night and ground together shortly before feet above the San Joaquin river delta B29 Search Plane Sees Two Flares for 19SO51 will be a tight and honest but indicated once again that he will call for a tax increase to avoid a He told a news conference It was easy enough to talk of cutting many in both parties have advocated ahead of higher it is much harder to He said congress talked economy during consideration of the cur rent but sent him one larger than he recom i Covering a wide range of sub With 20 airmen missing in a downed B29 off the air 17 force counted these additional search plane sighted two Truman also casualties Thursday night ired flares off Bermuda Thursday i as an outrage the I imprisonment by Chinese Corn Recover 11 Bodies night in the area where a B29 mlmists of v s Consul An Eleven bodies taken from the superfortress crash landed in Uie gus Ward at Shattered remains of the two j sea Wednesday with 20 menj if he intervened to head planes by nightfall when recovery Special rescue planes raced 1 oft another coal strike 1 it operations ceased until j to the would be by using the TaftHart Seven bodies missing in the I A sister superfort from MacDill ley law rather than a special fact wreckage of the one of air with finding board such as he set up in them sighted in the gun turret of McFarland sighted the j the recent steel the plane that did not burn the flares about 310 miles northeast other six so charred and broken lot Bermuda at in the wreckage of the plane that No Bonn Army there is not a word did burn that special equipment had to be called in to sift the ashes before he remains could be iden tified as complete let alone Identified by Abandons Hope The air force abandoned hope that any other survivors would be found in the delta farmland coun try 10 miles northwest of Stockton where the two bombers rammed Into muddy river strips miles apart after they tumbled from the Sheriff Carlos Souza of San Joa quin county and the air force re covery detail headed by James Brown of FairfieldSuisun air gave this account of the body recovery Under extremely difficult con ditions because the planes had half buried themselves in the soft earth and mud of the delta eight bodies were extracted from the plane that did not Another body remained in a turret Two of the survivors were from that making up its total crew of One Survivor Chutes Prom the plane that crashed and one survivor had Three badly were taken out and the That was within 100 miles of the of truth in a Paris report that the last position report given by the is considering a proposition giant on its way to Eng which groped blindly for this to let western Germany have a small army of its tiny Through heavy j The discussion of budget and with its radio compass out and its to every Americans fuel with a re quest for comment on a published report which a newsman said indi Aboard Rafts The air rescue service head quarters at Washington raised the possibility that at least some crew men from the missing B29 were floating aboard life rafts when it reported that Kindley air base at Bermuda had intercepted a radio cated the administration had abandoned any effort to balance the budget and there would be no tax The president said the story was Are you going to recommend signal from a Gibson Girl transan increase in taxes he was Officials said the signal was intercepted on 500 inter national distress Through they Kindley field was able to get a radio fix which pointed directly at area where the flares were They said the missing1 B29 pre sumably was equipped with a Gib son emergency trans mitter which sends out an auto matic distress Rushes to Spot A special B17 rescue with a flying Dutchman was 100 miles Its Ernest was ordered Parries Bonn Query That will be covered in his legis lative and economic messages for 195051 in he The president gave no idea when he might invoke the factfinding board and court injunction provi sions of TaftHartley in the coal AEC Sketches Atom Attack missing and presumed dead rei the scene On the search all j mains of six more were left inside he had fuel tor only 50 j lljj Mai OF LltV pending arrival of sifting equip He reached the spot and I W J pending arrival of sifting equip Witnesses along the San Joaquin unable to see into the air through a zerovisibility fog that blanketed the area 200 told of hearing a rending and the sound of racing They faintly saw the glow of See Page Column 4 to come He saw A second B17 air rescue plane took off from Kindley field here shortly before Shah Pledges Peace Stand 17 The shah of Iran said Thursday night his which has stood firm under postwar pressure from 300 miles northest of is determined to maintain i Naval quarters said it had been long as he could but reported at EST that he had i 17 EST with flares and a Dutchman Two more rescue includ ing air force were preparing at 9 7 EST to take Carrier in Search first official picture of what would happen in an atomic bomb attack on Washington or any major American city was energy flying sketched by the atomic commission It is a grim picture of high death widespread crushed buildings and and shockdazed from a single bomb But the commission said in a The area in which McFarlands report that with adequate warning plane saw the flares is only 50 miles below the extreme north eastern edge of the enormous search The Canadian navy aircraft car1 rier Magnificent was about 200 to its 3000yearold independence Urges Timely Move Kidnaped Girls Ravished Body Found in Canal Near Burley Southern Idaho Presses Mass Hunt for Killer By TRIBUNE WRITERS Tribune Leased Wire Idav brutally cut body of 7yearold Glenda Joyce was found face down in foot of water in an irrigation canal southeast of here early Thursday and examining physicians said Thursday night that the murdered girl had been criminally One carload of the some 500 volunteers searching found the body about 18 hours after Glenda was last seen alive near Miller where she was a first grade One of her play Wayne said saw Glenda go to a car when its lone occupant called to The Glenda With Sister Before Tragedy Struck Glenda Joyce 7yearold Bur ley school wax abducted and brutally slain by a roundfaced man who picked her up near thn school she attended The Known above with her Sandra was found dead after an 18hour LOUIS VOWS FOR BARKLEY in advance of the coupled with adequate shelters to protect I the populace in vulnerable j i the casualties could be greatly i Veep Wings Way to Wedding 17 M A ordered at once to go at full steam everj The report made it how beaming Vice Alben Bark the havoc wrought by to the but it was said one accurately dropped A cially later that it had been told Domb would virtually write off ley arrived late Thursday for his wedding at 10 Friday to the comely widow he has courted against all threats from what ever source at whatever to stand by until more definite j Washington as a seat of govern The youthful ruler told of word that the flares were from1 mem lmiess it is diligently since they first met last State Dean Acheson that in j superfortress liferaft survivors Tnc sevenpage en the United States we have a great j was City of Washington and an and powerful Three Canadian in adj Atomic Bomb declared I The commercial plane on which he said in a prepared dition to the royal navys Magnifi thaL dispersal of federal agencies i he traveled from Washington was has been further reassured by the were engaged with scores o Zby scattering them on the outi delayed 40 minutes by strong His j Carleton was on hand to greet him at the American support being given to j search planes in sweeping the sea skjrts Of Washington with at least j Greece and and by the when McFarlands plane reported i Uvo mjjes between potential tar wartime 1943 Tehran declarationsighting the the only effective answer in which the United Briti The search the biggest in lo atomic ain and Russia pledged support for i peacetime been wid In a Ctter accompanying the Iranian independence and integ ened to extend over square i AEC chairman David JLilienthal wrote The recent atomic explosion in Russia brings closer the time xvhen j decisions must be made on major j issues of civilian includj ing the matter of dispersal out i from congested urban areas of facilities such as those of govern ment in Allays Some Fears Assuming that the enemy strikes Jurors to Try Hiss Chosen In Less Than Two Hours NEW 17 I courier for a prewar Russian spy less than two hours a jury i was rotund for me omnto of eight women and four men senior editor with an air rather than an selected Thursday to try Alger Of Time who during the underwater or ground surface Hiss once again on perjury six weeks the first trial lasted uni the report said that after charges iwaveringly pointed the finger of the initial phenomena of e t guilt at And it will be heat and there The second trial of the former chambers again who carry tne be two addjtional State department official opened brunt of the governments case in from the detonation of in federal court at i this second Its setting was a courtroom just across the corridor from the chambers in which a jury reported last July 8 it was unable to agree on the guilt or innocence of the The first trial 28 hours and 40 minutes of delibera eight for conviction and four for The new trial was assigned to the bomb there would result high ly radioactive fission products which would rise with the cloud from the bomb to be scattered harmlessly at great distances by the handsome After selecj Federal Judge Henry near ground tion of the court was adj 73yearold Republican and a veti point on th ground directly be1 journcd until leran of more than 20 years on the incath the point of radij The 45yenrold Hiss was ini federal Judge Samuel ation would objects to dieted last December by a spyKaufman presided over the first come radioactive but at a level j probing federal grand It to judge by Japanese ex fused him of lying when he denied that he ever had turned over se Ada a Manhattan would be harmless to was chosen first from the those who entered the area on cret State department papers to j panel and automatically j rescue immediately after WhitUker o n e t i m j jury the Filmdom Stage London Double Feature 17 don movie goers saw a double feature Thursday ains royal family and eight of Hollywoods brightest The which drew huge crowds to Arthur Ranks marble Arch Odeon was the fourth annual film perform ance for the benefit of needy movie Upwards of 5000 persons stood outside the theater to watch the queen and two princesses arrive in two long black lim As an added they also saw Greer Walter Errol Douglas Fairbanks George Gregory Rosalind Ann Sothern and 21 British screen Inside the theater 2200 specta tors paid up lo guineas to watch a showing of the Forsyte from the novel by the late John Gals along with a crowd of newsmen and They shook hands and but did not After they said they were glad to see each Hadley ob served they were well you have quite a committee here with Barkley Asked by a reporter whether he was glad to be the vice who will be 72 next paused and then with a smile reason ably Later the couple drove to the chapel at Johns Methodist church for tlieir wedding It took about half an Police stood at the door to keep the curious Delivers License A marriage license which had been waiting at the city hall for a week was delivered to the couple by Recorder of Deeds Ruby Koel who made a special trip to the church to give it to After the rehearsal the bridal with their were giiests at family dinner at the home of Hartleys and Marion Neidringhaus in suburban With Hadley at the the veep and his fiancee drove from the municipal airport in the new convertible Barkley gave her as a wedding for Vwp As they walked away from the Hadley toid Barkley she had a surprise for that slip had a new Is that so Barldey Whrred you get it 1 got it from a A boy friend you know 1 didnt say Thirtythree members of the boy said the little girl talked with the then got into the Issue Formal Statement After the physicans examina tion was Police Chief Williams of Burley Thurs day night issued a formal state ment describing their findings and summarizing information gleaned by officers and volunteers after 24 hours of questioning and search ing the southern Idaho The statement of the police chief said The victim was picked up near the Miller school about 5 by a young man driving a 1942 dark blue This is a smalltype car bear ing Idaho license and was clean and well The abductor was in his round smooth ruddy had dark straight combed He was wore a tan colored shirt or Taken to Mortuary The body was found a mile and a half south and threequarters of a mile east of Burley in the first lift canal at 10 this morn The body was taken to the McCulloch funeral home by Vern county pathologist from Twin assisted Cassia and Kelly performed an Their report Is as fol lows We know definitely that she was criminally assaulted by a blunt instrument applied to the which was net suffi in itself to cause Drowning contributed or was the sole cause of The Whicker boy apparently was the only one to see the girl get into the car and leave in he could not give a dis cription of the A Burley whose name was saw part of the in cident and observed the man at fairly close Check All Suspects By late Cassia Coun ty Sheriff Saul Clark We have now reached the point of a process of We are collecting all possible leads and information brought to us and checking them out one by The only actual description we hfcve to go on is that given by the Bur ley Two pilots flying around Silent Fred Stroble hands to kill Bays he Umla immediate families will attend the j city of tne Rocks some 30 miles Only others to witness south of here spotted an auto that seemed to the ceremony will be newsmen and William Barkleys civil ian Television cameras will a meager de scription given of the abduction a check by land grind j parties showed the car carried and flashbulbs will pop as the cou a family checking on mining pie enters and leaves the No picture taking will be allowed inside the William Ruckcr will escort his sister to the Her Trail Turns Cold Roy an recuperating from a That left peace officers with a cold according to Twin is j Falls county Sheriff Jess Carlton stroke in a who joined Sheriff Police I Baker Admits Brutal i rif Girl Maying LOS 17 Drunk on Fred 88 yearold strangled and bludgeoned six year old Linda Joyce Glucoft to he ad mitted Thursday to William Simpson said the confession wai but was being transcribed for signature Stroble has been formally charged with mur A sordid story of followed by the killing the little girl poured from Stroble less than two hours after he was picked up in a downtown just he finished a glass of Confession Simpson released these from Strobles story I had been drinking all I wouldnt have done it if I hadnt been The girl and J were in the bed room and I was playing Simpson said this involved an act of but not rape when she started to She was resisting I strangled her first with my then with a She I wrapped her up in the blanket and carried her out to the There I saw the ax and an ice I stabbed her with the ice and then I slammed her with the Kansas City hospital and will be j Chief Williams and other state and j fiat side of the ax six timeson the unable to county officers in attempts to I didnt want her to track down the j Then I went back to the kitch Glendas fullyclothed body was 1 en and got a butcher The vice presidents David will servo as best Picture on page See Page Column 6 Baruch to Bequeath Fortune To Physical Medicine Study NEW 17 fPiHer1 muscular manipulation and vari nard Baruch plans to bequeath I ous mechanical devices in the his entire estate to the promotion of physical and treatment of dis But hes not telling how much that will The elder statesman and philan who is made millions years ago speculating on Wall street and developing sulphur com panies and various with a broad grin and a Baruch said in an inter view Thursday the size of his for Baruch has been supporting such projects for some In he gave more than for physical medicine espe cially for the treatment of disabled veterans and other handicapped He said If it works I am prepared to put most of my fortune into The money was used by the Baruch committee on physical tune isnt anybodys medicine and rehabilitation for re He quickly its much college scholarships and smaller than you Ive spent Jin creating a blueprint on how a a rehabilitation center should oper the whitehaired adviser to presidents was definite the Massa about his deep interest in physical chusetts Institute of This field employs York the Medical elec occupational College of Virginia and several other institutions received where 1 have gone to bull I heard the way you make certain of a kill is to stab them in the I stabbed her with the knife in the The little girl did not suffer too She was dead within eight or 10 Decides on Suldde Then I began thinking about all I had I decided to commit It seemed the only way I looked at a pier down I thought that would be the to jump But I couldnt go through with Elaborating on his after the Stroble he bought copies of all the Los les newspapers and read the de tails of the Simpson I went into a bar and decided to have a good time for the last I went out and looked over a pier there in Ocean Park and de cided I had better jump off and get it over Then I got to think youve got to suffer on the other side so you might M well do some suffering on this Simpson quoted aa See AMMoMl Page Column   

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