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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 08, 1952, Image 47

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Sea Captain Links
Reds to Revolution;
Identifies 11 in Party
>y th» Anociatcd Ni
crusty sea captain, first witness
for the Government in the con
spiracy trial of 15 California Com
munists. faces stormy sailing in
his second day on the stand today.
David Saunders, 41-year-old
master mariner of San Francisco,
identified 11 of the defendants as
his former co-workers in the party
while he was a member from 1935
to 1945, and particularly described
his association with William
Schneiderman, now State party
Despite defense counsel objec
tions which totaled over 75, the
Government—with Capt. Saun
ders’ aid—was able to read hun
dreds of words from 10 Com
munist Party publications yester
day, purporting to show that the
party is dedicated to violence.
Says Leader Defended Stalin.
United States Attorney Walter
6. JBinns said he intended to com
plete his questioning of Capt.
Saunders today. The five-man de
fense battery indicated it would
open all its legal guns on cross
Capt. Saunders said he became
a waterfront organizer for the
party from 1935 to 1937 after
Schneiderman, then regional or
ganizer, had approved him for the
job. He related an incident when
he told the latter in 1940 that he
was upset about Russia’s invasion
of Finland.
“What’s good enough for Joe
is good enough for you,’’ the wit
ness said Schneiderman replied.
He said “Joe” was Stalin.
The most forceful objection
brought by the defense—and one
of the few sustained by Judge
William C. Mathes—came when
Capt. Saunders defined “Commu
nist functionary” as “what we
called a full-time, professional
Was Trained as "Functionary.**
He admitted he was a function
ary from 1935 through 1939, and
redefined it as “an important
member of the party.”
Capt. Saunders said he under
went intensive training at a State
leadership school at party head
quarters at 121 Haight street, San
Francisco, in 1937, and that one
of the teachers was Oleta O’Con
nor Yates, a defendant. The
books entered by the Government
In evidence were used as text
books, the witness said.
Other defendants identified by
Capt. Saunders yesterday were
Frank Spector, Albert Jason Lima,
Loretta Starvus Stack, Ernest
Otto Fox, A1 Richmond, Ben
Dobbs, Frank Carlson, Dorothy
R. Healey and Carl Rude Lam
bert. All are charged with con
spiracy to teach and advocate
violent overthrow of the Govern
CU Registrar to Receive
Degree From Regis College
Miss Catherine Rita Rich, first
woman registrar at Catholic Uni
versity, will receive an honorary
doctor of laws degree from Regis
College, Wes
ton, Mass., next
week, it was an
nounced today.
Miss Rich
was born in
York, Pa., but
has spent most
of her life in
Washing ton.
She has been
at Catholic
University since
1930 as a stu
dent or admin
She served Mto* “*“•
as secretary to Dr. Roy J. De
ferrari when he was the dean of
the graduate school of arts and
sciences from 1930 to 1937. She
also served as his secretary when
he became secretary general • of
the university in 1937.
She was named registrar at the
university in 1943, the first woman
to hold the post. _
Lt. Greenleaf Awarded
Air Medal in Korea
Abbott H. Greenleaf, chief I
mechanical engineer of the Dis
trict Municipal Architect’s Office,
has received word that his son.
1st Lt. Abbott C. Greenleaf, has:
been awarded the Air Medal for,
meritorius sorties against enemy |
supply lines and installations in'
Northern Korea.
Lt. Greenleaf attended Alice i
Deal School and' Wilson High I
School here and is a graduate of;
West Point. His father was a
major in World War n.
Dr. Madden Appointed
To D. C. Dental Board
The Commissioners yesterday
appointed Dr. Joseph A. Madden,
past president of the District
Dental Society, to be a member
of the Board of Dental Examiners
In the District.
Dr. Madden’s appointment was
proposed to the Commissioners
by the District Dental Society to
fill the vacancy created by the
retirement of Dr, Marion Falls.
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