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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermcuutaln Network Station KALL Monday Throtizh Friday 153 WEATHER Warmer Wednesday thoweri Details oo Pan XI SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Student Death Clues Lead to Utah Gardner Suspected After Sheriff Blasts Farm Alibi Tribune Leased pation into the June 9 of a University of Colorado student by an unknown and brutal assailant shifted sud denly to Ogden Tuesday night as Sheriff Mac Wade estab lished the alihi of Raj Dempsey Gardner was confessed sex slay er of an Ogden baby a Mon tana ranch cook and a North first had been j eliminated from the bludgeoning after it was learned j he was on a Midvale farm at the i a letter from Gardners employers in and Doc tnlri i Sheriff Wade the man did not come to work for them until June i giving ample time for him to have driven to Utah from Colorado after the slaying of the Colorado Student Bludgeoned Roy was killed by an assailant who bludg eoned him into insensibility and rolled his body into a stream of water after first attacking Spores Colorado university coed compan Doris Ann Twin She was having Gardner was suspected of the Colorado homicide by local sher iffs officers but when they contacted the Matthews couple in Midvale last with Gardner his former farm employ ers said they believed he had come to their farm June 6 or They said he worked for them possibly eight or 10 which would have placed him definitely Big Steel Agrees to Join Contract Talks With CIO Brettoii Woods Gavel Symbolizes Fund Accord A gavel made from tree at Bretton where international agreements were reached in 1944 to found the world bank and international monetary is handed to Harry S Tru Bevin Backs Policy In Far East By WALTER WAGGONER 13 NYT1 of State Dean Aeheson and British Foreign Ernest Bevin were able to arrive Tues jday in the first of a series of exploratory talks on the troubled at a community of views on most of the issues and a of opinion toward objectives even when their gov ernments The two foreign policy leaders said in a joint statement as re markable for its ambiguity as for its optimism that other meetings of this encouraging a frank exchange of would be held Jin the future and that the closest of consultation between the gov Icrnments would continue even man by Maurice French foreign after Bcvin returned to at meet Tuesday of fund j Cover All Areas Truman asked for end fo world trade of the Treasury John Snyder is at Stock Mart Values Rise Billion 10 Months Peak NEW 13 Stock market values rose IN LONDON Trend Gains To Revalue Remove Trade Truman Urges Envoys The conversations Tuesday aft ernoon concentrated on the far and middle but eventually they will cover all the tormented areas of the world in which the two countries have either a po litical or economic It was generally how the talks are in effect a pro jection of last weeks discussion I of the British financial Industry Skirts Committal To Labor Peace Formula 13 Steel Tuesday joined three other large steel producers in agreeing to resume pushing contract taiks wjth the C I 0 United Big the nations largest steel declined to Details on page commit itself to the presidential factfinding boards suggested The upward swing followed j for peace in Americas largest The union has indications that there would be the boards proposed Other companies willing to resume bargaming are Jones and in its race against money Laughlin Steel Republic Steel and Inland bteel Sales on the New York stock other firms arc expected to fall in No date has been act resuming the bargaining rose to its highest mark since Will Accept Changes iM1 highest sVnce Aug Inland Steel already had a pension and insurance program as proposed by the factfinding Clarence Trading broadened to the Randan sajd his firm was ready to negotiate on major changes widest scope since June 13 with was bear a substantial part of the cost He 1113 issues appearing on e opinioni that the worker who is benefited also should share the A Steel asked if the firms acceptance meant acceptance of the boards replied Quit Raise Battle Big Steels move came several hours after Harry S Tru man applauded developments in the steel The strike truce expiring at midnight had been extended 11 days until Sept 25 at Trumans request and Steels production had returned to Approving the truce fractions to a Only 87 and 185 were un DEMANDS REPLY TODAY Lewis Threatens Strike For Aid Fund Defaults 13 WASHINGTON 13 barter and unilateral trade j Without the encouraging and conJonn L Lewjs Tuesday raised Harry S Truman Tuesday agreements m favor of multijstructive agreement on that prob I b made public Monday I tne tnreav 01 a strike by his United Mine Workers against coal I J i i mnnpfarv fund all nations a fair snare or woriaigevin could have been an empty nnprators who have defaulted on j u 1 1 ito erase barriers to an expanding exchange of it is a lon payments to the T c i f in the interests of Nothing contnoutes more to I at is the view of those i r Sept 13 and Vosneritv the peace of the woriJ than fij who feel that failure of the dollar unions welfare and retirement in Ltah at the time of the Boulder Revaluation of European 0 n e t nance and he sterling talks would have forced i cnme including the pound sterling n d i You must do with obstacles i Great Britain into a wholly new international We must political as well as economic re the goods that you make best jlationship with the United in the samo time paid out the steelworkers also quit their As of June the balance fight for a fourth round pay boost was enough for almost I and accepted the presidential boards offer of a ICc hourly pack age covering only company paid four months operation at the then Lw uic in relation to the doIar is its member countries canj to that Gardner might have been in in informed linancial not otherwise solve tneir dollar buy rate of Revenues and the i hand have been cut by the threeday week since July Collections averaged most monthly UuriiiK In an air mail special delivery the year ended last June 30 but letter to James presi Colorado at the proper time when j circles Some prophets even deficiency they face up it was learned in where so far as to say that to the necessity of devaluing their 4 OK C myrftnfiflf sail thei Gardner had been in jail 25 days for that he told a woman friend he was going to Leaves Elko Jail which is now pegged at will be devalued to and that an by the j international monetary fund this coming week The delegates of the 4S mem ber nations interrupted their Basin of Stability That is balance of trade and Other Participants Participating in the in dent of Island Creek Coal addition to the two foreign secreI July TT C were Philip Lewis noted that none of the firms he rep resents has paid into the fund hear Truman after an explosive start marked After pledcinp the that will bring about monetary i ambassador at large Lewis I ambassador to Lon Sir Oliver British you or will you not re his letter Demands Reply Today He got out of the Elko jail about United states ambassador George I Lewis for a telegraphed state for1 answer by Wednesday when union j xtnon negotiators resume contract wage i carc Columns 1 receipts unofficially were esti mated not to have exceeded 000 during July and August be came of the shortened work Industry sources estimate that the receipts now ars to short of matching the j outlay for a month pensions I for miners aged 60 monthly i distress benefits for the physically and their wage of the Will Resume Talks Twentyfour hours Ben jamin president ot lent this telegram to CIO and steelworker chieftain Philip Murrty to tup Mtmgrt your telegram of Monday Truman as published in representatives of Steel are ready to resume with representatives of your union at such may SUCH LllJICa linu uiai th and msdical mutuauy agreed upon for the was going to take a trip to uen cabinet beforc Chancellor ofw ver the Exchequer Sir Stafford i While he worked in Pleasant and Foreirn Ernest Bevin View for the Charles Walton fam went to revision of If ily he also told them he had been exchangc rate would have to in and indicated he had the ministers had a flown to Colorado and back dur chance to discuss ing the interval while he was away in when Sue i Tress Changes Attitude was shot to death after she aci economic experts and cepted a ranch cooks some parts of the press seem to Questioning of Gardner will not b0 changing their attitude toward be until we devaluation and are now discuSK have cleared up some other detftils jng j with objectivity and detach and we feel that we are the ment as a possible economic 5 Foe Wins Seat In House Ehrriff Tuesday essity ratheV than emotionally as He Gardner is a blow to Britains now very definitely a suspect in Wednesday the Times of London the Spore Sheriff Seeks Couple will say editorially in comment ing the Washington communi Despite intiminations that Also being sought by the sheriff the run on sterling had been and his deputies are and checked last financial ex Al with whom Gardner predict that by October when legedly came to Utah from i quarterly reports are it will and who worked with him in Midbe found that gold and dollar re vale and later came to Ogden with serves are still running out at a irate of about pounds These people have faded from the said the but we want to with them to see what they can tell us of this Figures made public by Harold Perhaps he even went president of the board of to Colorado with and if we on Britains exports md can find this out shall imports for August tell their he ex 1resident to Board I up with some to the worlds fiscal Immediately alter minute the delegates broke up into working committees which will study specific pro posals ior solving the trade gap between the dollar countries and the pound sterling The committee on revaluation of currencies met almost immedi Senate Agrees On Trade Vote Thursday 13 aks with southern Coal Pro ducers at j Lewis told Francis that only his companies but such others as you can influence in the southern conference are in de The U M W presidents action raised the possibility that the union Wednesday may break off I negotiations with the southerners j and order the miners out of their nils until the companies pay up Networks Win Round One In Court Test the purpose of attempting to arrive at some mutually satisfactory un We will communicate with you about the time and place of the next Agrees With Regret Murray had advised Truman of his unions decision to drop demands for increased wages with regret and to accept the fact finders The last i sentence of Murrays message 13 TJP Radio networks won an opening j Called 7or immediate resumption victory Tuesday in their fight to0f bargaining conferences aimed Rent 11 ately to Lonsltier tne warning by The senate aerreed Tuesday to be or a new contract is a bepL liithe executive directors of Thursday on amend1 Lewis told Francis that Philip monctary fund that some countries mcnts to the reciprocal trade the lame and the save when a j at attempting to conclude mu 41yearold almost certainlr will have to dei agreements i were the tragic victims of the j Veili tualy satisfactory agreements The agreement was reached at default by operators on their pay 4sks Cold Price Hike ithe close of a dav in which the ments to the senate heard a bitter attack on Victims of Default Also before the conference was the admiinstrations trade The defaulted Saylor Johnstown attorney and bitter i value their critic of the Truman administra was elected to congress j Wednesday on the basis of incom a South African resolution calling bv George Maloiie I plete returns from the 26th for an increase in world gold Lewis are large and vital the FedI tually lne prior to eral Communications commission i As pr03pects brigliteneu for a from imposing its proposed happy the White House isaid Federal Judge Michael j The president is naturally high Igoe issued a temporary restrainly He is very much svlvania congressional district The resolution was The reciprocal trade measure is to the operation of the In j ing order against the FCC on pleased with the way have ipnded by the Philippines but op frequently described as the keyi your mad and vengeful attack on the grounds that radio stations developed up to Robert by g gecy o Treasury slonc oflhose Under tnc existence of the you I might suffer irreparable dam Republic was first to reply after of the late congressman Robert jonn Snyder who said there is the without reference to have rightfully calculated that age until the issue of the lush j the union made known its Coffey conceded Saylors no justification for increasing can negotiate mutual you are bleeding it A con election early gold tariffcutting agreements w i t h tinuation of your policy of dc The SRyearold matronly i Eugene Wall Street other lowering and smash up many cause supported strongly by con financier and president of the port duties as much as 50 below reactions deterrent to the con j strnctive progress of the The policy of defaut and smash ceded the election with Saylor World spoke up for the de the 1915 by more than valuation scheme and followed it Tungsten Loss up with an obvious slap at British He said manv countries unofficial Ktports of your own brain Malone compiained Tuesday that Lewis Your agile mind con f jt and your influence has programs is i It favored the principle of social The Igoe shall j insurance and pensions for em be in effect until a threejudge j ployes but felt that both the corn constitutional court on thejpany and workers should con validity of the proposed He set 7 for the aart of hearings I by the constitutional Igwe acted on a suit filed by Radio Inc which asked j announcement Flans Joint Study and then came in with prepareo of unofficial cant afford it have under a reduction in the tungsten Ri anu jour i something more definite to work Last he ex from threg counties jn the taken extensive social welfare i haj closed aii one US i regimented the support from par the threejudge court be convened i undertake a ports from the Jjmtea lungdom 26th it appears that programs tungsten and that this one Ucipating coai on grounds the F C C ban was un1 of pensions w Fiist degree murder charges ini Saylor has been the choice of the Black also urged the expected to close The union also resumes ncgotiai in anticipati will asked by Wade against which is pounds less than Mrs Coffey states to its tariffs and said officials told him the tariff tions Thursday with northern Similar suits have been filed this subject Gardner in connection with the in this critical neriod of our historv to rliminate trade cut from 50 wcstcrn death of Shirley Jean At the same time th Tnted period of our history to eliminate trade tllC Tii J VioTn on nnnArtMMitir rt he will have opportunity to t C South African Finance Minister cen a lo fl 3 h Sulphur Diow torcn ana Kingdom imported If yo take a case denre Trterson for a paid off in Democratic Cambria wnich now aru pcKged at S3o an at White New York on behalf of the Va Lewis is can Broadcasting the Colum As to social Potomac river union dele bia BroadcUng the purpose 1he fund in Chicago howeverg was filed j of reaching a mutually acceptable the the oneycaVcmledlaJjimc 30 and i Senate Witness Bares Parley Of Top Moscow Reds county where he rolled up a prising j Coffey campaigned The senate agreement to start JJANDSOFF POLICY ON REPRIMAND MAWU3 W r I I I port of Harry S Trumans legislative Saylor bitter Iv attacked the president and the 13 lare concentrating a great aealfniinan New Deai administra A top layer meeting of Com on the United I niunist officials inrlndipg Malkin said he did not know Surprising Strength representatives from was cither the names or the where held recently at Beacon abouts of the three agents of Saylor polled a twotoone vote to discuss the party line sen1 the comintorn he traditionally Republican Arm ators have been informed tended the Beacon meeting just j strong and Indiana counties but The informant was identified by a few weeks his strength in Cambria county the senate judiciary subcommittee on immigration as Maurice The or Communist was was the top body The Republican candidate Brooklyn N Y a selfacknowl international Moscow jumped into a substantial lead in edged former Communist official announced its abolition several early returns and steadily in in this country The committee reyears ago but some students of creased it as he continued to hold leased Tuesday night roughly onecommunism say the purported on to his margin m Cambria coun third of his testimony which hadabolition was a ty where the Democrats have a given behind rlosed doors Malkin said the had been told registration advantage of more las by one of the part v members oresthen Malkin who said he is employed at the meeting that the conThe first precincts of 17R in on ami of by the fcronce wfis hed at a farm house Cambria countv gave savior snd XatirMiiraiinn servie as ami was attended by the whole to Coffeys 1 Theover witness in of the top leadership of all figure for M6 precincts of told the thollhc Communist party in the in the entire district gave Saylor Communist parly and Moscow now i United i to Coney s Thursday caused adminis tration leaders to abandon plans tor a night session Tuesday They are marshalling their forces to try to defeat a peril point amendment which Repub lican senators want to attach to the Explain to Congress Johnson Avoids Navy Uproar j of Defense Louis Johnson Tuesday adopted a handsoff pol At Yellowstone Burns Prove Fatal YELLOWSTONE NATION Tnlln C AL 13 president arranged to cut below ishment for Navy John a level which the tariff Crommelin ever his blast against held would imperil American nations top military 13 is being wrecked by army and air If in negotiating trade agree onto xiLifh arirtthpr rrxilntrv the l v J with another the Karen of Grand Coulee was bumcd fatally in a hot water pool in Yellowstone park Park headquarters said the girl pulled away from her moth i he would have to ex i plain to Asked whether the defense chief James president of planned to intercede in the punm the National Farmers Union an aid told newsmen Theodore and charged that the Republicans are Johnson has not asked for ran to the She fell in and Drying to put Harry S Tru a He takes the position j went under the The fiirl was pulled from the A doctor at Oid Faithful gave first aiil iuiii Int child WKS taken to a whore she Her man on the spot by that amend In a letter to Sennte Demo cratic Leafier Scott Pat a Navy Dan Kimba said in a statement that no aclioii is contemplated as ton the peril point provision far as the navy wonlri serve no useful purpose and Kimball Crmnmelin was body was covered bv second and on other hand would impose a speaking for as has serious handicap to the smooth every constitutional right to do of the trade agreement j when ths naval ofti i cer charged that naval power threedegree Karens father in a reclama tion bureau I force brass in the Crommelin has done nothing to violate existing1 statutes or Kimball Crommelin in issuing his explosive statement told newsmen Im This means my naval But Johnsons office and Kimball both indicated that if any steps are taken to censure they will not be taken by the na tional military Kimbail did that Crommelin will appear before a naval court of inquiry when the board of admirals re convenes The court oponed hear ing last week in an effort to de termine whether anyone helped Cedric suspended spe l aid to prepare a now discredited memo attacking the air forces billiondollar B26 bomber expansion It was in connection with the navys B36 memo that World War II combat veteran who was blown off the deck of an aircraft carrier and wounded duringan attack in the gave out his state In Rear Adnu Hugh chief of staff to the commander in chief of the At lantic expressed his sym pathy with the stand taken by Crommelin and said he hopes con gress will continue to Investigate toplevel The house armed services mittee is expected to call Cromme lin as a witness it ita hearings A   

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