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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                KADIO NEWS Intermountaln Network Station HALL Monday Through Frldiy WEATHER Clear Tuesday ud cooler Wednesday on 159 SALT LAKE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Scene of Tragedy Which Brought Instant Death to Noted Utah Fliers Evidence of terrific impact when plane carrying Norman famed and his wife struck the of a dry wash Famed Riverman Wife Die in Air Crash Tribune Special MEXICAN San I A veteran with 16 years river Juan experience behind Nevills ap famous river rat who had emerged unscathed from battles with roaring rapids of the Colorado and many other adventuresome rivers in the and his Doris were killed here early Monday when their plane washed during Cut in Pound Stirs World Hope parently nad no chance to exer cise the quick thinking which had delivered him safely in many a dangerous moment during his career as a Cra3hed at Takeoff The light plane crashed as it was taking off from the private landing strip which NevUVs had built near his desert home It crashed against the steep wall of a wash just beyond the end of strip and in the fire which followed the bodies of Nevills and his wife were burned beyond rec Witnessing the crash was iiae Doris mother of the and the couples 8year 19 fear and confusion among Sandra They oe I were standing on the runway after homes and banks were the biddjng to Norman and first frantic reactions Monday to wjfPt were going to Grand the British pound devaluation and the world monetary While common folk feared higher prices and harder Appeals for Help Ray Blanding rancher who was a personal friend of the brokers rushed to buy shares mjriver said tne elder commodities the world always j ht from cotton copper R oil crew and in speculative gold to safe guard their cheapened British Export Boom after she saw the plane Cochran took her to Blanding after he had climbeJ down the wash to inspect the flaming wreckage and British exporters looked for a that the victims were fcooiii nnci a fullscale invasion ot the dollar market with their j Members of a party of cheaper Stiver friends who flew to Mexican Hat petition loomed for American in1 Monday moTning after learning of dustry lne crasn reported that the plane is this scene of the plane The crash occurred just beyond the landing strip near Nevills desert home at Mexican Norman Nevllte and his who were killed when their small plane crashed during a takeoff from their desert home at Mexican as they awaited start of one of Nevills famous Miners Tie Up Coal Pits Steel Walkout Imminent Murray Firm For Strike Or Pensions 19 Philip CIO said Monday that steel workers will strike at midnight Saturday unless the industry agrees to establish a company financed welfare He informed reporters there will be a walkout in the critical steel industry unless management agrees to a new contract calling for a welfare package to cost lOc an hour for each for pensions and 4c for other social That was one of the recom mendations of a presidential fact finding having swallowed the boards rejection of demands for a fourth round wage said the industry must do the same with one of the recom mendations it did not Insist on Acceptance Murray said the steelworkers which he also will insist on full acceptance of the boards recommendation and an agreement to write it into a new He said he would not insist that the contract actually be signed by the weekends dead Not one of the 37 steel com panies taking part in government mediation which got under way here has accepted the idea of a pension and welfare plan to which the workers would contribute no Murray talked with newsmen after a round of conferences with conciliatisn service director Cyrus Ching and top steel in dustry Urges All Phases Would the union strike at mid night if the industry or any seg ment of it did not agree to the boards welfare a reporter you can say Mur ray He added that the steelworkers will insist on all three phases of the factfinding boards recom mendation 1 That the welfare Calls for Some Quick Thinking Towering Cyrus mediation service tells he had asked steel industry leaders and the steel workers union to think the Situation over and discuss It some more Ching said he would soon prepare a strike peavc West Pledges Barkley Tells Demos f SAlf 19 At Alben Barkley proudly told western Democrats Monday night we have redeemed our promises to the west Not only has the Truman ad ministration delivered its cam paign pledges within eight ne but it has brought about that 6c an hour per man go into thfi best prcgram for development a pension plan to be set up hy next and 3 that 4c go for other welfare effective at This new direct strike threat of natural resources in the his tory of We have kept the he Government ministers xvere in huddles in Africa and In most countries in western and in many lands be apparently developed motor the Flying for Lauding sald plane took off in Russia Aiming Military Blow AiTTC A 1 1 At Arms Backers went further than a statement which Murray read at the open ing mediation session earlier in the He said then that the talks which Ching had called of fered the only hope of heading off a Meets With Factions After the joint opening Ching met alternately with union and industry At the end of the days he said he had been but hart nnt as yet offered any peace He said he probably will His speech was delivered at the closing session of the western Carson Senate Okeh For FTC Post 19 UP Beating down Republican opposi the senate approved Monday Harry S Trumans selection have a lot of suggestions Johil j Carson to be a member make when the talks reach the i stage for j He said the companies had not I indicated they would agree to the I terms which Murray laid down to 19 UP This increase in military forces E of the Federal Trade to 25 on a roll call vote which saw only six deviations from party is a former Indianap banks and stock exchanges j a aoutherly and had closed or else suspended trading turned around and was flying in foreign currencies untiF thejnorth apparently for a landing I objective of Russia s growing it crashed into the face of military machine and arms aid to 1 fpVtn urn ID Innnf IfSimmA id tVlie ft B tinna fifCf llfrlP rannotba aimed anyone of we are not talk and Washington newspaper Administration spokesmen told cannot be aimed against an j one Qn fln ultimatum Ching man who most recently has been except the United States he dt I the senate Monday an attack on the IB situation Nineteen nations already had followed Britains lead and dej at The wash is located southern end of the land valued their These were stripi they the j Irl the party were Charles Europe is this nations first line of Chairman Tom of the foreign relations com here Everyone knows that i Russia thinks the hour is she will research and information director The talki wi resume Tuesdav I of the Cooperative League of the TT o Ching said he has asked His economic both the umwl and management under heavy fire from strike wrth all her cower to crish e une strike with ail ner power to crush the situation over Mon1 tors views came i G O P sena Salt Lake aircraft i mittoe opened senate debate on committee stressed the importance A AueJrAliA T Tuf C1 tTA mflfinn nrmfi flirf hill fviilifarv South dealer Pleasant and Cun Israel and Salt Lake They took the Nevills older Dutch Withhold Kate The Netherlands had not yet I announced the new exchange rate lor her j Sir Stafford of the exchequer who announced j the devaluation of the j pound Sunday himself rang j the firsbell for accelerated exj port drive by British He told a news conference crowded with 400 reporters the British could expect no miracles from The he must redouble all our efforts to increase Xo Consideration Winston former prime demanded the govern ment recall the vacationing par jJoan Elizabeth a student See Page Column S the arms aid bill with a declaration that Russia already boasts the mightiest peace time armies in history and recently increased military spending by democracy and free governments everywhere on Chairman Millard If the threatened nationwide of the armed services j steel strike Utahs steel industry will join its big brothers Canada Slashes Currency 19 Canada slashed onetenth off the value of her currency Monday becoming the 19th nation to devalue warinflated money within 30 A Canadian buying dol lars here will have to pay HOHc for instead of the lOOc rate t3iat has held since Canadians in recess until selling dollars here will ob to debate the Prime Minister Clement Att lees office said the demand wouiii tain The effective at the start of business Tuesday was announced not be The British in the house of commons Monday Prsrrs said it was not imnight by Douglas finance probable a session of two or three who represented Canada days would be held next at the BritishAmerican dollar A responsible European talks in diplomat in the Soviet orbit snid I This means that Canadians will it was highly unlikely that any have to put up more of their dul country the Russian sphere lars to buy United States goods would devalue its currency to con form to the shakeup in western and may cut In Canadian goods sold in the United States will go at a greater discount than at Canadian dollars were at discount of several cents in the United even before the British In Cana the dollars have been since on a par said Canadas skimpy which American military leaders place on the foreign arms pro Tydings reported that Omar chief of the joint chiefs of believes that 40 or 50 wellequipped divisions could withstand an attack for months and perhaps turn the The military aid ings will supply the sary grnond troops the At lantic pact nations do not either in the United States or i He said the idea that the United States air usingthe atomic can win a war alone is the in The called for Sunday at will affect some 3500 employes at the Geneva and Iron Four Join Democrats On the four Republi cans voted 41 Democrats foe They were William Langer Edward Thye Arthur Wat kins and MUford Young Two Democrats i the twoday more than 1000 delegates have talked about the wests problems 6No Pensions No Diggers Cry 19 no work coal walkouts Monday burst into a full scale nationwide mine hutdown punctuated by minor A voluntary strike by nearly all of John Lewis United Mine Workers choked off coal production in 20 It a the 21st major coat stoppage since World War I and another UMW show of naiiroads were tha first allied ndustry to feel the effects of the crippling In he Reading Railroad announced t wilt be forced to lay off 1000 The Reading is the na ions biggest anthracite t ranks fifth among railroads arrying The Illinois Central railroad Said 130 men would be furloughed im Other railroads are ex pected TO announce their layoff ilans Demonstrate Ire Miners are demonstrating their re at southern coal operators who refused to continue 20c a royalty payments into the UMW ension and walfare UWM Lewis said their refusal to make payments after their contract expired June 30 forced him to suspendfund pay ments to aged and ailing Its all part of the unions fight for a new Lewis wants higher royalties and more pay for shorter The burly labor chieftain wouldnt talk on the mine shut He doesnt call He only them UMW lead the kjQcout strict Jr nuA in local union Three Beaten and and about the 1950 In West Virginia three employes of a strip mine where coal veins near the urnface are stripped by it is liuricuit in i pvwer shuveiet were beaten by wfist these complex days to separate motorized our domestic and international Whether we desired it or we have become the leader among the nations of the This leadership involves the strength ening of our own domestic econ omy and the consolidation of our ability to aid the world in its re covery and its ultimate resump tion of progress toward democracy and We have long ago learned the hard way that our own economy is not safe so long as the economy of the balance of the world is un The vice president urged cau tion against certain economic and political theories and certain ideologies which are engaging the of There were these highlights in daylong panel discussions of Agriculture Charles Brannan warned there is a new fear to be conquered the fear of Author of the Bran A 1000man force in 150 autos scoured the highways near Clarks ready to pounce on any non unionized operation which re mained Five Harrison county pits were closed when pickets showed up Monday Officials of the Freeport Gas which owns a mine at said two tipple workers and a truck driver were They were Stanley treated by a physician for head and arm cuts Leondis broken nose and possible broken and Joe loss of two Production Fails Thirteen truckloads of coal were State said they had received no calls for protec With miners sitting in the au tumn sunshine above ground in stead of digging coalL production fell off Some states re ported nonunionized strip mining nan farm aid he renewed his j About members of the advocacy of a price support sys tem to bolster sagging farm pur chasing of the Interior Julius Krug reported good start has been made in building up western power and he termed the country at least five Independent Progressive miners worked in They have no connection with the In one Illinois miners struck against Thats because the Marion County Coal at Glenridge is owned by the All of western Pennsylvanias years behind in developing adej sott coal miners are quate water supplies and two years behind in providing suffi cient low cost with sentiment strong in favor of staying out to preserve the See Page Column 1 ton plants of Geneva Steel I Harry Byrd and John Walther company pres McClellan joined 23 Re said UAW Sets Strike Deadline Ford Claims Squeeze Play On NEW 19 NYN Andrei most illusory thinking of which Soviet foreign said on the human mind is his arrival by air Monday that If the United States fails to I the delegation which he headed publicans voting against I who frequently disagrees with the spearheded the j successful fight last Friday I against Trumans appointment i Carl AUffonfritz tohead the 19 UP said that the union i defense departments munitions JC I O United Auto Workers union had demonstrated extreme pa might have had to go into an erato increase spendingfor the siar of deficit trading if it did not de1 military establishment and pos1 ing he reserves of American funds made I help Riiropean allies build up their wanted to help to strengthen the devaluation Canada I he congress may United He quoted Rus gian Premier Josef Stalin as say that the A serious i sibly revive the draft which has for the maintenance of peace and international se and added that the general assembly could solve its major problems if the notions would abide by the Robert French for llgenfritz had refused to give up his salary from the Steel but said he was willing to serve the government without OOP Voices Opposition said Monday it would call Ford Motor workers out on strike in nine days unless fourth round contract demands are Walter UAW presi dent told Ford the union would cancel its contract at The 30 slash in the price ofbeen inactive for months British pound sterling cannot fail I Arthur H to have important implications for our balance cf payments Abbott with Canadian ex interrupted to stipulate that the arms aid bill loes not commit this country to equipping ports bound to face increased a full 50 divisions in western price competition in both the nonj Europe under any countrys eign who also arrived is nothing to show he has any corn dollar and dollar The bill would authorize ship Monday said that Vishinsky had A very good announce Abbott declared the various exjment of arms to equip the change adjustments increase Canadian said the 10 as con1 Atlantic security pact and other a He said he wag very The arguments against Carson midnight Ford labeled the came from the j termination notice a squeeze Here is an unfit appointment if I play by the I ever saw Reed told his He called the appointment one of the most misfit in his John who led the fight against charged the nominee with mindsd thinking and said there will tend to existing military forces of western and hoped that VishinThe fivemar He European members of the North j skys Declaration will become jated in is norr snri nthnr a rnnlitv Ho hp WUR verv venting unfair i prehension of the problems of the trade Both Reuther and John vice president said they would continue contract negotia tions to the last minute in at tempts to agree on welfare provisions and pro duction Policy of Union The unions no no work policy would mean shut down of 33 Ford plants and the The fiveman of production of 6340 and CJncoln vehicles trasted to Britains 30 was alii nations in that was deemed necessary I Mediterranean and far the j optimistic about the general as sembly evening charged with preMercury venting unfair methods of tition and with prosecuting some Reuthers which violations of the antitrust cracked a secrecy wall around the tience during the lengthy bar More than 100 days have elapsed since we entered negotia tions with the Ford Motor Reuther At no time during the history of collective bargaining in the auto industry have contract negotiations been extended over this long a Failed to Meet Needs The company has failed to meet the needs of Ford workers on basic economic matters as well as vital contract he Bugas said the contract cancel lation was discouraging and un fortunate but not a It seems historical that the union must show to the world last tight he Ford workers voted 7 to 1 lent month to a A strike fund WM voted by the UAW convention at Mil waukee In   

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