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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Mondu tfctourb Friday WEATHER Partly cloudy with showeri Tuesday on 11 54 SALT LAKE TUESDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Steelmaking in an ultramodern plant interested editors and their wives Monday at Geneva Steel Thad explains process to group from Left to attending N E A PRESS MEET TOLD Armed Forces Able to Deliver Potent Puneh at Aggressor A reassuring appraisal of the ern steel plant operating in a ability of the nations armed settingof syivan with a forces to cooperate in delivering a hard punch to the chin of any possible aggressor against the backdrop of snow covered moun Although their schedule was delayed and ihey were compelled United States was given Monday I to up their they were able to witness the making of steel in the open hearth furnaces and the rolling of steel ingots in one of the rolling At a dinner in the evening at Newhouse Walther president of Geneva told the visitors that Gen eva had provided a great stimu lus to the economy of the state without upsetting traditional cul by a Michigan publisher attending the National Editorial 64th annual convention in Salt Lake Lawrence publisher of the Charlevoix who ac companied the Atlantic fleet on assault said he was im pressed by the unity and hard work of air force and marine personnel engaged in the Operational Level He said newspaper men com mented on the teamwork displayed by members of the different serv and that Admiral Fred Kirt land has replied Down here on the operational we never have any We know what job each branch can do best and we have those men to do Weve been unified for The maneuvers included landing operations which were the largest BILLION LOSS Sharp Decline Hits Market NEW June 6 i prices skidded to a twoyear low in a fast moving market The loss to the market value of ever staged in peacetime by the i an stocks listed on the exchange Towe and the first to which a large group of newsmen from small communities had been Approximately 200 ships and men par Tour Steel Plant After a morning business ses sion and a luncheon in Hotel Utah as guests of four Salt Lake service Rotary and 200 members of the N E A and their families made a tour of the approached of the sharpest setbacks of the In the last half hour of buyingpower on a scale large enough to halt the decline finally but the comeback was small in relation to earlier Buying enthusiasm was thor oughly dampened by another de cline in steel production eighth in a row putting this weeks output at the years Reports from other business fronts were no worse than tural and religious A large percentage of those em ployed by the company are Utah Paul director of public relations for the presided at the Speaking at the morning ses Frank Luther dean of the school of Uni versity of said that a good newspaper could be classed as as munity Appeals Court Backs Lewis Penalty June e The circuit court of appeals Monday upheld the in fines imposed on John Lewis and his union mine workers for slowness in calling off last years strike over miners The decision of the three justices was This most spectacular yet to arise under the TaftHart ley expected to go next to the supreme There was no immediate com professional only if it acts mofnK from Lewis the but they are expected to a leadsr and guide in corn Honest Interests have been he Affirm Conviction The circuit court affirmed the conviction of Lewis and the union for criminal contempt of and brushed aside the unions con tention that the fines were ex by the way some publish ers always refer to their commu V nity projects as That On April District Judge seems to indicate that they are j Alan Goldsborough fined Lewis thinking primarily of their own I and the Those amounts were exactly Geneva Steel plant as guestsbut Wall street still lacked con of the They were impressed j fidence that a turn for the better by the j is in the For added de night of the worlds most modj tails see page Police Capture 1 of 3 Fugitives In Wild Nebraska Chase June 6 UP of the three fugitives wanted for killing a policeman has been captured near the state safety patrol reported Monday but two others are fleeingtowards Sioux The state safety patrol said it had Carl Bistram in custody eight miles south of Wisner after he had telephoned the sheriff that he wanted to give Towards Sioux City Bistram said his Arthur and Allen Hartman were proceeding towards Sioux in a grey 1946 Chevrolet with a Nebraska license The pair left the vicinity of Wisncr at about Bistram No othT details wore immedi ately Police bejjan clos inp in after the bandits were sighted near Wisner Monday aft ernoon with an elderly man driv and presumably a The elderly man was the last of five hostages seized as they com mandered one car after another in a desperate attempt to elude pur The Nebraska highway patrol revealed the fact that the hunted for killing one policeman and kidnaping apparently carried a bottle of Release Officer The patrol said Patrolman Ralph kidnaped at Man Sunday and released Monday in overheard the three men talking about blow ing up the vault of a bank using a bottle of nitro as an Since the explosive was not found in any of the abandoned officials assumed the fugi tives still were carrying The fate or identity of the eldor ly hostage was not The others released The trio last was sighted Mon day afternoon near The See Column J interests in those Sure ly the best community service is performed by those papers that honestly submerge their own in terests in those of the people they In such they ought to be truly professional and place service above Mott deplored the fact that too many professional whether preach ers or are more in terested in making money than in serving their fellow Small Dailies At a meeting of a committee on small Ed North Carolina said that pending legislation to increase minimum wages and postal rates if substantially add to present production and dis tribution costs for all newspa In a short talk at the Orrin said editors and publishers of non metropolitan papers in 40 states are represented at the He declared it is the duty of news papers to fight for the right to i and to be free freedom loving Amer Extend Greetings Roy Utah State and greetings were extended by the followingluncheon club pres idents Clyde Ki wanis Grant Ex change and Allan Grant Ladies attending the conven tion were guests Monday morning at an advance in Centre theater of Sorrowful starring Bob At noon they were guests at a luncheon in Ho tel Utah of Rhoda Porte Graves of the Porte Publishing The convention will close Tues after which many of the delj egatcs with their families will leave for a tour of the southern Utah For additional news on N E A convention page double what they paid in pre vious historic case for failing to call off the coal strike of Novem Gets Restraining Order In the 1948 most soft coal miners were idle from about midMarch to midApril because of a dispute over the payment of pen sions under the unions welfare Harry S Truman invoked the national emergency provi sion of the TaftHartley and a federal court on April 3 issued a restrainingorder telling Lewis to order the men back to work pending a court clarification of the On April 5 the order was served on but ho did nothing until April after the the welfare fund had announced ap proval of a plan for i i SolonSays AData Author FlunkedFBI Checkup CHARGE DENIED Byrnes Blocked Spy Arrest Solons Told Claims AEC Then Reinstated Individual A June 6 Russian spy seeking wartime plane secrets crumbled when June 6 Bourke Hickenlooper charged Monday that the man who drafts secret atomic reports to one of the hottest documents ever dropped after an FBI loyalty checkup elaborate plan to trap a j and then Hickenlooper said the FBI made a 50page report containing Byrnes of the state department expert testified vetoed his a jet engine The Loren Haas of did not further identify Byrnes in his testi mony before the house unAmeri can activities But the period about which he was talking was and James lormer senator and supreme court took over as secretary of state in July of that Haas and two other and Joseph Praney of STiagara made it clear n talking to reporters that the reference was to Byrnes Denies Report now a member of a law firm told a reporter Never did I tell any official of the government not to arrest That is not a matter for he secretary of but one for he Department of Justice and the Haas and the Franeys told the committee a long and detailed story about acting as decoys for the FBI agents trailing a Russian who was seeking top secret data on American jet sweepwing aircraft and other highly confidential They identified the Russian as Andrei a purchasing agent for the Soviets and liaison man for the Russian government at the Bell aircraft plant at Buf Permitted to Skip But after they spoonfed him with trivial data for under close supervision of the govern ment Schevchenko was permitted to skip the country with out they Haas said the F B I agents told lim they had developed an air ight case against But when he asked the Gmen when they were going to crack Haas said he was passed off with such answers as Byrnes of the state department says he cant touch Haas reconsidered a and added Maybe I shouldnt have said Morris Fiahbeln Ordered retired as A M A Journal AMA Retires Fiery Closes Ranks ATLANTIC June 6 UP The American Medical seeking to unify its mem bers for an all out campaign to defeat any compulsory health in surance Monday disclosed it wasretiring Morris to to Lewis Lashes At Murray Shift serious derogatory information about the That was in the senator and the was suspended in Board Clears Employe But an Atomic Energy commis sion review consisting of two AEC scientists and a voted unanimously to clear the suspended employe for access to secret Hickenlooper contin This was done on made the state ments in renewing his attack against AEC Chairman David E Lilienthal before the senatehouse atomic energy He has demanded that Harry S Tru man fire Lilienthal for incredible mismanagement in guarding the nations atomic Lilienthal protested that raising of doubts and the raising of suspicions was not the proper basis for the condemnation of an Loyalty Question Charges and justice are two quite different Lilienthal There is no one I know of who had the slightest doubt as to the loyalty of Individual The identity of the employe in volved in the loyalty as described by was not But Lilienthal de manded that the man be sum moned to testify In other developments Lilienthal acknowledged that some AEC employes with doubt ful records are kept on the payroll he it might be risky to fire Certain He said some of them have i learned top atomic secrets and it AMA spokes they were dischargedi the AEC Failure Marks Big Four Secret Session June 6 Big rour ended its series of secret meetings Monday night in a com pete failure to break the east ivest deadlock in The foreign ministers thus cov ered half the agenda of the confer ence that began two weeks ago vithout being able to agree on a ingle important The American delegation held a ilosed meeting after Mondays ruitless session to plan the stra egy for Then the min sters will resume open These are sessions at which of icial observers report the debates Austin Smith was being trained now has been a target of criticism from many members of the association who have objected to his public state on controversial such as health The impending AMA action in replacing Fishbein was dis closed in a report by the board of which employs the editor of the A M A The trustees report is expected to prevent a show down fight on the floor of the house of delegates over the Fishbein To overcome the objections of some medical men in various parts of the the trustees said that Fishbein would desist from speaking on all controver sial subjects both by platform and by and all his speaking engagements would be approved by the executive committee of the Under that ruling Fishbein would be silenced even to com menting on the AMA at a press conference here Fishbein indi cated that he was retiring and that he expected opposition to his continued editorship at this weeks AMA The trustees Monday said plans for Fishbeins retirement were being and that o the din Texas Saddened As Dannies Time Runs Out June 6 Time ran out on 10yearold Donnie Woodard He had lived 27 days with 70 of his skin burned He died at 5 Even at the last he cheated Jack Restivo I didnt see how he possibly could live past 9 Sunday But he lived for eight more There was no secondary in He died of chronic ex Donnie fought his heart The farm boys dramatic sur vival had amazed physicians and tugged the heartstrings of this whole northwest Texas For days the hospital had been swamped Hourly bulletins on his condition had been broadcast for Citi zens poured thousands of dol lars into a Donnie Woodard Will State Posinftns It is expected that ministers will brief explanations Tuesday of the positions on Berlin and a German peace Inasmuch as cast and west have failed to agree either on the unity of Germany or something which would have to precede any peace there is no prospect of a settlement on this point The foreign ministers deputies who have been concerned with writing a treaty for Austria have been told to stand by for Thursday or The Austrian treaty is the last point on the It is though not that the foreign ministers will end their first round of discussion of the agenda by the end of the Given Second Perusal according to the agenda is gone over a second The English text of the official communique given out the end of Mondays session said The foreign to take over Fishbeins job as editor of the In recent Smiths name has been carried as assistant might lose track of they are kept on with certain pre he Arthur Vandenberg said he thinks some peculiar provisions are conlaineci in security regulations at the A E Cs Argonne atomic labora tories in whore a bottle of urinaum235 was discovered missing last The AEC has all but oneeighth of the orginal miss ing ounce of U235 has been recov ered from waste materials and the container itself dug up from a buried hot trash Access Senator William Knowland said guards in at least one section of the Argonne plant have been instructed to permit 154 persons and guests unlimited ac cess to all Chairman Brien McMahon of the joint congres sional committee ordered Lilien thal to produce the A E Cs se curity officer at the Argonne plant as a A E C Carroll Wilson acknowledged that a lock smith in security headquarters at the Argonne lab has been cited for two security infractions in and for failing to keep a key cabinet Wilson the keys would not give access to any secret He said the cabinet contains keys to cabinets and with French foreign minister Robert continued in closed session their consideration of the proposals of the United States and the Soviet Union rela tive to The next meeting will be June It will be an open session beginning at Molotov Acts to Save China From Envoy Says June 6 Molotov was reported Monday to have been given the task of wooing the Chinese Communists into alignment with Soviet com An eastern European diplomat said the Soviet exforeign minister and onetime premier has the job of shaping and implementing a big brother attitude toward the Chinese Red Western dip lomatic sources said they had heard of such an arrangement though they could not confirm the The if would dispel some of the mystery aris ing over Molotivs position in polit buro politics since his sudden re placement by Andrei Vishinsky as foreign minister March Molo tov kept the title of senior deputy premier under Joseph The scope of Molotovs the eastern diplomat would take in all the far but he would concentrate first on an at tempt to exploit the Chinese Com munist triumphs by warming up a thusfar cool and wary relation Western gathered in Paris in large numbers for the fourpower council of foreign min isters on the German said they have heard nothing officially from the Russians to confirm the report on Some said they had been advised of such a move from their representatives in Mos Informants high in the councils of the western powers suggested this interpretation could be placed on Molotovs reported new as signment It could mean Russia is plan ning a bigtime aid program for the Chinese Communists once they set up a new allChina In a long term it could mean Russia hopes to help China develop its Communism as closely ax possible along traditional Marx ist June 6 John Lewis bitterly accused A FL William and CIO Philip Mur of betraying labor by re portedly compromising on new legislation as the senate tackled the controversial issue Lewis blast was timed to coin cide with the opening of a second Truman administration drive to wipe out the TaftHartley act Elbert Thomas chairman of the senate labor committee and sponsor of the administration opened the sen ate debate by callingfor quick TaftHartley In last falls he the American people in unmis takable terms decided the Taft Hartley law was a He said that by repeal I mean re peal of its spirit and intent as much as I mean He said he has heard reports that Green and Murray have se cretly agreed to accept four op pressive amendments to the ad labor bill being of fered as a TaftHartley replace The Lewis would continue to degrades American citisensi of labor by imposing upon them a continued status as second class These four amendments call for Power for the1 federal gov ernment to seize plants involved in national emergency The filing of financial reports by The filing of nonCommunist and nonFascist affidavits by workers and employers A guarantee of free speech in labor Foreign Policy UnitOkehs Atlantic Pact June 6 The 12nation North Atlantic under which an attack on member would be regarded as an attack on won the approval of the senate foreign re lations committee Chairman Tom Connally said the committees action will have a tremendously bene ficial effect on the world situa He predicted the senate will ratify the alliance On DDay Anniversary The committees 13toO vote for the treaty came on the fifth anni versary of the allies Dday assault on Europe and as of State Dean Acheson was in Paris for the Big Four foreign ministers confer Word that the committee was ncaring an agreement on a report recommending senate ratification of the pact was relayed to Ache son last and in a tele gram to Connally received from him Monday the secretary said The encouraging report of the Atlantic treaty has just reached me and has given us all a tremen dous Connally Beams Happily beamed happily as he announced his committee had given unanimous approval to the pact and to the report recommend ing its For several years the bipartisan committee has had an unbroken record of Connally said the report has not been printed and will not be made public until The principal problem in reaching complete agreement on the report centered about the interpretation to given article Binds Each Member That is the article which binds each member to regard an attack on any one of them in Europe or North America as an attack on all and to take such action as each deems including use of armed to and maintain the security of the   

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