Salt Lake Tribune, November 30, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

November 30, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intermoutttaiii Network Station Monday Throiitn Fridjy fibtw WEATHER Mostly with tawnMlpf eloudfauM North WedMwday light on Page 47 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS 28 of 46 Perish in Dallas DC6 Airliner Crackup Air View Shows Wreckage Scene Following Texas Disaster This air view shows the scone at Love an American air liner crashed Tuesday morning as it was about to The flying from right to hit A the Magnaflux then B the Dallas Aviation school Most were Donates Off den Man Admits Holdup 01 e ci Huge bum Shooting of Store Owner For Research NEW 29 philanthropist Bernard M Ba series of Gaines took the sheriff and fastbreaking developments aii j his deputies to the mouth of Weber j has given to New within a 24hour Deputy Sheriff Jack Card waded i day sealed the solution of theinto the Weber river and fished robbery shoot out a 1912 model revolver allegedly ing of Homer Sahara i sed bv Gaincs in shooting Lewis Cancels UMW Policy Group Parley NEW 29 meeting of the United Mine Work ers policv committee again was 1 j T Baruch said recently that he postponed Tuesday by John Safety Incidence High Despite Air Death Toll it was announced Lewis Cancels UMW Policy Group Parley 29 Five persons were killed and 17 injured Tuesday when an Air France fourengine bound from Paris to crashed and burst into flames after overshoot ing the mistcovered Bron airport There were 37 five crew men and 32 Air France officials said 15 of the passengers were shaken but miraculously escaped Three of the in jured were reported in serious Dead Includes Pilot The dead included the two other members of ths crew and two a man and a The 15 escaped unharmed when the planes steward smashed in a door with an Retracing the last of ficials said the plane apparently j hit a tree on a small rise with its j port crashed and slid for about 150 It burst into j flames after it ground to a The big liner crashed in fairly i open territory near 38 miles southeast of just bej fore the foothills of the French Blazes Four Hours Every piece of fire fighting i of Britain said Tuesday equipment in the rural region was i u rushed to the but the the clash between corn blazed for more than four hours munism and democracy is endan 29 The air crash at Tuesday brought to 90 the num ber of passengers killed in crashes in scheduled this But the prospects are that 1049 may set a new safety Safety are based on lives lost for each miles of passenger Offi cial estimates place the volume of airline travel at passengermiles for the Provided that there is no fur ther loss of that would yield a of for Last year 83 persons died In scheduled airline accidents during passenger miles of The safety rate was the best in history for the domestic The year 194 was one of the years with 199 passenger deaths and a rate of Engine Failure Plummets Plane to Flaming Pyre 29 personi wew killed Tuesday when an American Airlines DC6 passenger doomed by engine crashed and burst into flames u its pilot tried to land at Love Field before There were 46 persons including plane Laurens Tommy Claude and two of his fellow crew even as the red spurted through the wreck and snuffed out the lives of the Feathers Outside Propeller of Fort was In charge of the luxury liner as it roared through the clear morning sky toward Dallas from New York and He had feathered the outside left propeller over and brought the big plane 315 miles to with three engines the said in a as he started to land at Love Field another engine went This it was the outside right This is how Claude described the final fatal few sec onds of the 157 The 4 engine outside right and I called to the flight engineer to cut on the Monty Says West Union Will Avert New War NEW 28 Field Marshal Viscount Mont a mile of the Davis the afternoon of i worth but he has made Baruchs father was interested in this field of rehabilitative medicine and passed on his strong interest to his who set up a grant in 1944 to further research and treat ment in the Physical medicine deals with Village reported The confession written with to medicine He Sheriff Mac Wade of Weber jrad was signed by Albert diri not sav how much he was Dewey 1915 Grant j The sheriff said these events i according to Sheriff Mac brought investigation of the case I Find Weapon I nearer to a conclusion I 1 Albert Dewey held Gaines had been under on a robbery charge in tho charged with the robbery of Homer confessed shooting Black in E Blacl within the hack after the grocer had told grocers Sahara him not to you can have county the jXrtvm i The confession said the Recover Money Tuesday after he j 2 on information from and Deputies Card and Elaine sheriffs deputies rernverrd Farr had successfully searched at Gaines Grant Gaines home and recovered and S2000 from an undis of tne money Monday An j l I allc additional J2000 was recovered i JACILl afternoon from an undis i T j Following signing of the Or UH11CCI sion by he took the iffs officers to the mouth of 1 A A i Weber canyon Alltli llO ACt About 100 vards west of the I j plans to leave his entire fortuneI Lewis without anv stated jafter il slammed the ground gering but that i i A new coal strike is threat ened Thursday unless Lewis makes substantial progress eyewitnesses The airlines said most of the passengers were either French or i North toward a new contract or decides i The plwle took ott from Qrly i field at Paris at on its to extend the present The 200man policy committee j was ready for the second consec utive dav to meet with the mine regular run to Tunis via It crashed at It was the Air i united west can prevent The colorful wearing a dress blue his chest banked high with re ceived a oneminute standing ova tion when he finished his the major speech of nil current American i chief here but he failed to show crash within the On I Another session was set for 128 a constellation en route to New i 4 E S T york from Paria nit ft mountain in rehabilitation of wartime casu j eight hours before the truce is due the killing all 48 anH npapctfirnn to allies and peacetime physical closed Sawyer Urges Dip in Taxes 28 of Commerce Charles Saw yer said small business some tax In an address to the National to i including i Leaders Speculate The union leaders immediately j i speculated Lewis might have some contract talks under way but word that Harry Steel Corporations top had been secretly talking with i Lewis in Washington was denied i vigorously by Lewis called off tht policy I meeting at about He I arrived in New York from Wash French boxer Marcel Preps Sawyer also said busi nessmen over the country believe an easing of businessaffecting taxes is a top need for economic In a question and answer ses sion after his Sawyer rlined comment nn a newsmans Sahara Village where the robbery remark that his tax views appear but the empty revolver Pres Harrv S chamber made the officers ques upper junction bridge Deputy Card waded into the cold but shallow waters and fished the nearlethal i 29 i I ington Tuesday Li Given Okeh For Health Trip to 29 If the government was nudging The state department disclosed countries of the cominform the parties into negotiations it j Tuesday that American approval The Long Ovation formally attired dinner guests applauded frequently and gave him a long ovation when he said cooperation between English speaking peoples is the most pow erful factor for the survival of Speaking from a spotlighted platform decorated with huge American and British he drew another heavy round of ap plause when he expressed hid ad miration of Dwight Eisen his wartime I am devoted to he Communism is a religion and retrograde and Montgomery As a Christian soldier I declare my snubnosed 1912 Smith and Wes bloc called on Yugoslavs and was by long distance has been given to an early trip self an enemy of communism and son revolver from the In it munists of all other nations Tuesi Presidential assistant John to the United States by Li Tsung all that it stands were four empty with d t jt i who has been acting president of the tot 10 unite in an miensinea cam ft woo one chamber Go to Lay ton Gaines told the officers he shot five times when he thought his victim was going to tussle with him tiit haystack ing the soft coal wasitering Chinese Nationalist paign to overthrow Marshal in Key West with All peace advocates regard gov less of politics or religion were urged to unite in a Via Long Distance The to revive the issue of renewed Amer Conciliation director Cyrus ican aid to head off a Communist wan Detror a s English Speaking Union Montgomery is chairman of the CommandersinChief Committee of the Western formed by Great advance into southeast The I Holland and Luxembourg as a bul impcrialis Ends Meeting i I Lewis contract he is due in New York announced purpose in to enable Li I wark against aggression in west to obtain medical but era expired last officials said there would be noth givably to conflict with The president has said the only way he knows to balance thp budget is to raise Sawyers address was chiefly maming m the left lung of the tion the fifth Three bullets lodged themselves in Blacks one still It would be deeply and unfor Jllne 30 he abandoned the oldjnjr to keep Li from making a J nnntioM rtrt iirnflr ann A misleading to of war consider no no work policy and i plea for American l has extended the agreement in definitely while he dickers with j the mine owners for a i Fund One going through hisback it was disclosed that the cominhe extracted by physicians the form Communist information bu1 Lewis demands still remain special fund to promote Harry S Truman has con gressional authority to use a s rrport on sentiment he encoun tered in traveling ever thecountry in the last four mght of the while the third reau had just concluded i of a mvstery American interests in China or months to check up on business passed through his ia secret in they would add 30 or 35c toiits general In his confession Gaines said hefirst meetfng o the cost of a ton of biggest and a whose name the j Nationalist One of his he was that he found no de mand for federal outlays aimed at i atwhchTto out vmm waa UUL went to Layton lawed for deviating from the the having previously See Page Column 6 is officials and their American cham generally believed he wants morejpions contend the most effective than the present 20caton royalty of the fund would be to help to build up the now starvedout l keep Nationalist forces fighting spoke Tuesday night at the annual dinner ol the English Speaking Union in the grand ball room of the WaldorfAstoria The American AmbassadoratLarge Philip called for heightened European production and lowered American trade barriers as a way to economic stability in Unless the danger of commun of their sovereignty to forge a common defense against the de atruction of civilization a new war would One of the really Important things to understand it that none of us can stand he If the west were to be that would be the end of western A Testing Vim It is a very testing Above all it is necessary to be organized for what may The western he was bom of common need ana common purpose in the face of aggression from the If the five nations of the union achieve real and true coopera tion with an accompanying will ingness to some small loss of sovereignty for the common their strength through unity can Btave off he Battle Raging At Chungking HONG 30 Wednesday was in the death throes of its brief tenure as Nationalist Chinas But the Nationalists said the Communists had not entered the city Dispatches from Nationalist headquarters on Formosa said the situation at Chungking had stabi lized This was attrib uted to the arrival of fresh units airlifted from northern Szechwan They were said to include some of the best troops still con trolled by Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek on the Chiang himself continued to per sonally direct Chungkings these reports The Nation alists mobile military staff was reported still in the bleak city of All other units of the National ism can be Montgomery ist government completed Tuesday SURPRISE WITNESS form deeeates approved took fullg PageSPPin which the comin welfare and pension fund great trouble lies the Communist partybasic Pa He also is said to be a shorter work week at higher to stem the Communists march j He said western nations must be prepared to sacrifice even part the move to destined to become the fourth capi tal within a on booster pump when the fuel flow dropped to The west left wing dropped after the airplane started to mush I called for flaps and gear up to the first With only two engines there wasnt much power to gain altitude to climb and he called Shes a Ship Veen Away With as he said the airplane hit the hangar and burst into After I have no clear recollection of anything that except I dived through the forward baggage through the fire and started crawling The time Aj It was the plane veered off sharply to the Love of one horth fringeand dived its fiery in a hangarlike building across the Three buildings caught fire from the wreckage and were A halfblock Davis had risen early at her home to feed her The plane sounded awfully but Ive got used to low living here by the Davis Then I heard a thud and there was a and then flames lighted up the whole neighbor Plane Bucks Benjamin a heavy hearted New was aboard the flying to for the funeral of his couldnt see that there was any engine Bogish but the plane seemed to be buck ing as it came He was one of the fortunate 18 who got out ahead of the fiery Bogish climbed out an emer gency window and jumped off the broken arm waa his Only and early in the afternoon he went aboard another American airliner to continue his sad flight to Tucson for the Die Im not afraid to fly said 57yearold The two hostesses were the only members of the crew to One of Miss Margaret Van Bib waa the niece of New Hampshires Sherman The other was a Page Column 9 Yugoslavia Aim The fight against the Tito the clique of the assas sins and hireling s an inter national duty for all the Commu 2fl In the The defense offered no testi nist and workers the hush of a cleared a mony during the which resolution friend of Nnale Butterfleld testi hehind rj0sed doors after WnS hcld behm1 Butterfield Told of Pal Testifies to Court The state department was told jat Lis purpose is purely per receives a basic wage of j to get expert treatment for an eighthour a stomach ailment which PUt him in a Hong Kong this assumption the American Jlfir1fPtn consul general in Hong Kong was DUrUHVl authorized to issue a passport for IfHIV JU1H Readies New ATests in Pacific An indspensable condition of the return of Yugoslavia into the Trade Bloivs London Shocked the courtroom had been cleared of camp Jg the active fght 29 date of his departure and other fieri Tuesday that the 16yearold youth told him he killed little Glenda all persons except the Butterfield of the revolutionary elements Mayfair was horrified Tuesday vithin 21 hours after the crime nnd Brisbois side of the Yugoslav Communist j over reports the sixfoot four inch Duke of Marlborough had swapped punches with a five Protest Shelling court officials and party as well as Diplomatic quarters in London Probate Judge Henry Tucker expressed belief that the comin foot nineinch oysterman in a itionalists top military com i Hong Kong reports said j he might accompany The acting presidents projected was A surprise witness for the Olive junior high school chum of said that ruled in favor of the request of form which Moscow said the youth came to his bedDetensc Sherman was held in the second half of room and confided that he had that the court be reflected considerable killed that little explaining the statute provided anxiety over the spread of Tito The Lindsay youth was chief such action n preliminary hear ism in Communist countries and prosecution witness in the pre in Communist parties of nonCom liminary hearing in Cassia county Attorneys representing the state munisl rourlhouse after which Butterfield were prosecuting at Eight Countries was hound over to district court of Cassia with Her on a first degree murder man Payette and The resolution was adopted by Butterfield was arrested near Norman Burley citythe delegates of Glonns Ferry on the afternoon of Roma two days after the slayTimeof the district court trial France and ing and the day following his aswill depend upon the present court The final section of the resolu serted admission of jruilt to his according to District tion was devoted to the Tito Officers sent nut an alarm Hugh who regime it was has when they wire unable to locate said Tuesday that he has not converted Belgrade into an Amer Butterfield for further questioning yet determined if it can be inJean center of espionage and anti on Uit morning of eluded in the present Communist t 1 i the projected trip when 29 in April and May of new series of atomic the atomic commission said that may herald improved bombs of ment of bigger and better greater power had been tried A be held at secrecyj The possibility was foreseen that Eniwetok island in the j the actual bomb explosions may Ihe specific information was unknown They lacked information it was disclosed not take place until next also on for a visit by j The defense department and the Months of preparations usually Atomic Energy commission an1 are required for Abomb and iPai currently the Na nounced jointly that the tests will be But for security they kept secret the exact the number of bombs to be ex night club The who pronounces his name is a second Dr cousin of Winston Urip came to light as a new Amer and why a third senes of Britains wartime prime i ican note was drafted to the Na1 postwar tests is considered nec and consistently rumored tionalists protesting against the essary as a prospective fatherinlaw of Princess shelling of the American merchant the Sir John by The oysterman is 32yearold two blockade warships at the blond ExCaptain Owen Cunj mouth of the Yangtze In the absence of official state the presumption was that new and improved models of the all past testa have been held in spring and summer months when Pacific weather condition are most By announcing the testa well in the government agen cies may have hoped to forestall wild rumors and leaks which might have grown out of at tempted secrecy on the large scale ningham who operates an oyster bar in Mayfairs Curzon There has been no response to i and are ready for deadly weapon have been developed preliminary The 1948 teats led to a major an earlier protest made when the It is that U scientists overhau in the Abomb down the street from the swank i a freighter of the have been workmg evenshiy to production By last 21 where the fisticuffs oc curred two nights Who won Cunningham was Id rather not go into the oyster bar proprietor same was attacked in the improve further the awesome bomb iand maintain this countrys lead same waters the commission waa able to report to congress that the new model Both operated by the Is over Russia which apparently only bombs were being turned out on an brsntsen of New which recently tested its first successful assemblyline renewed a demand for protec tion for ita There also have been indications After the last teriea of the commlMion it spending mil lions of dollars to build a apecial plant at to con vert oldmodel bombs in the stock pile ths improved Eniwe tok Elwood Quesada of the air was named com mander of joint task force Three which will carry out the new It will include navy and air force Alvin t topflight nuclear scientist from bomb laboratories at Los will represent the commis Herbert Loper of the and Rear Tom Hill of the will serve at dep uties to John Gerhart of the air waa appointed chief of staff to Que The 1W8 dubbed Opera tion were conducted by joint talk force Seven under command of John sVHull of the This expedition oper ated out of Hawaal without vanct ;

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