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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Netwoik XhfWrt fibtnu WEATHEH MM My sbwljr osj 01 9 SALT LAKE SUNDAY OCTOBER PRICE FIFTEEN CENTst Gunfire Kills Beaver Man In Gas Station ThreeState Search Starts for Blond Transient Tribune Special 21 yearold Beaver Howard Duke was shot three times at the service sta tion where he was working here early Saturday and diet in a Cedar City hospital three hours Two 22caliber pistols that may have been used in the slaying wen found in the Beaver river about i half mile south of here where the apparently had been thrown from Both had been fired twice and used same type of bullets as one found at the shooting scene reported Sheriff Jasper Find Pistol One of the an automatic was found just before noon by tw Beaver Sammy Cox anc David They reported to State Trooper Earnest Pearce who investigated the stream fur ther and located the other wea a Officers said the automatic had apparently misfired on one of the two shots fired from Raymond Smith and his of Los drove into the service station Saturday about 4 and found the at tendant wounded and unconscious The victim had been seen ten minutes before that time by Tom a neighbor who was pre paring for a deer hunt Hit by Three Bullets Three ahots struck Man two entering the head and the other his right None of the bullets left his Joseph father of the wounded and Clarence took him to a Cedar City hospital where died at 7 without regaining conscious By late the sheriffs office said no definite suspect in the was being A 30yearold transient described as about 6 2 tall with blond curly hair and Wearing an army type khaki pants and blue suede shoes was subject of a threestate search instituted after the Motive Not Clear Motive for the slaying was not clear by late Some J20 in the stations cash till had not been Howard Duke Manzione was born in son of Joseph and LaPriel White He attended schools here and in 1946 graduated from Beaver high where he had been junior class Following his graduation from high he attended Univer sity of Utah a quarter before en listing in the army at the age of WellKnown He entered Branch Agricultural Cedar after his dis charge from the service and had received wide recognition in south ern Utah for his playing on the basketball He first participated in the sport in high school and during the last season at BAC had played forward on the college His plans were to reenter BAC next Manziones mother is a cor respondent for The Salt Lake Trib une and Salt Lake He was a member of Beaver Third Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday On he married Mary Carolyn Black in the Salt Lake LDS Surviving are his of Beaver his widow five Joe serving an LDS mission to France Gordon with the air force at San Dick and Larry and a Alice Navy Heads Face Ouster In Bitter Services Feud Smoking Ruins Left by Early Morning Fire Flame swept through lumber warehouse and at Provo and burned more than f worth of finished lumber and Smoke filled the sky over charred Anderson Lumber plant subsided under efforts of total man power of fire department after several AMTORG AIDS FBI Subdues Five Russ NEW 22 Five officials of the Russian Am torg Trading agency put up a brief but lively scuffle when an FBI squad arrested them Friday at the Amtorg headquarters on Madison it was reported Several of the Amtorg men tried o defend themselves with pieces of furniture and the confusion was heightened by the fact that none of them spoke English well and were suspicious of the They were arrested on warrants charging that they had failedto register as foreign agents while getting information for Russia in stead of sticking to their jobs of acting as business agents for Am The Amtorg officials were ocked up Saturday in the same ail with 11 Communist lead ers convicted of revolutionary con Bail of each had not yet been The Communist leaders were held with out Edward special agent in charge of the New York FBI declined to comment on reports of a scuffle during the Am org Under arrest were Aleksei Zak Amtorg president Vassili vice president Sergei treasurer Aleksander secretary and Gen nadi former assistant Dmitri an ither vice escaped ar rest because he returned to Russia n The indictment against the five Russians by a Washington federal srand jury charged that Amtorg ailed to file a registration re quested by the state department ix weeks YOU FIND IT Cry of Gold Again Rings Across Alaskan Tundras 22 UP The electrifying word Gold galvanized Alaska again to fever pitch Saturday night as the report of finding nuggets the size of peas flashed across the Prospectors reported the terri torys biggest strike since the Klondike rush of The claim was discovered in the fabulous Yu kon a scant nine miles south of the Arctic The heartstopping kept secret since last leaked out Within 24 a tent city cf 50 whites and natives mushroomed near the Queues of pros pectors formed quickly wherever equipment and supplies were An emergency landing strip was a sbqrt distance Iron tbs river near the Bush pilots started shuttling prospectors and equipment to the A Fairbanks flying the Edward reported grizzled sourdoughs feverishly digging and sluicing the goldbearing sands in makeshift The quality and type of the new lode was as if not than the gold found in Alaskas first big strike at the turn of the according to old Clifton fishtrap opera broke the He into the commissioners office at Circle As the magic word spread through the frozen cheechakos and even school children caught the excite nvsnt of a mounting lull Blaze Destroys Provo Lumber Company result ing from a blaze which razed An derson Lumber early Saturday morning were set at more than by Provocity fire depart but company officials stated that costs for rebuilding would far exceed the figure The fire is believed to be the largest monetary loss by flames in citys probably ceeded only by the oid Knight woolenmifls fire in to Fire Chief Lloyd The lumber yard was at 5th South and 2nd West Damage to five all but one of which were was set tentatively at and loss to stock and including 2 1 2 Caught In Jail Break 22 CSV Five prisoners escaped Saturday morning in a daring break from the fifth floor jail of the Maricopa county courthouse in the heart of downtown Two were killed in the building by the crip pled night Two others surrendered to A a federal prisoner escaped through a Thomas the night was the hero of the early morning Stowes left arm is practically His neck is Both injuries were Lhe result of being dragged by a horse when a youth on farm where he was brought Just Two Shots He fired but two County Warren McCarthy said the one at each of the despera killed A sheriffs deputy is in a hos pital with a bullet wound in the His condition is not the hospital Dead are Charles Edward Cor and Edward Corcoran was awaiting trial for the murder of his wife on the desert near 54 miles west of in VIcEwen was to have been tried on the charge of murdering Charles a Phoenix citrus grower end formerly of College Long Shoop was Skilled last May Tear Gas Barrage Caught in a barrage of tear Dinzel and John surrendered without McDonald faces a forg ery charge and Bridges a robbery Jack who was 27 Sat was the only one to get f McDonald said plans for the break started when Tatum boasted of his escape 13 from the Douglas jail at Min McEwen and Tatum then conferred on the best wajj four was estimated at Valuation of buildings before the fire was figured at and of contents at Cause of the fire was undeter Chief Dickson said investi gators will begin proMrig immedi Alarm for the blaze was turned in at Saturday by Glenn 640 2nd a resident in the His alarm was followed quickly by numerous other it was Tar Barrels Explode Offduty firemen were called to work to bring the blaze under con When firemen arrived on the scene minutes after the initial masses of flames visible through out the city shot 300 feet into the and fire quick ly spread from the first warehouse to two adjoining a lumber shed and finally to company Paint and tar barrels sending burning debris flying through the Tin roofing and siding on the structures made it difficult to reach the flames with Chief Dickson The departments new aerial ladder truck was used to good advantage to shoot water down on the Stopped at 8 insulating window frames and mill equipment went up in Company employes were able to save only a few pieces of office equipment and files before roof of the front structure caved according to James Fulk Although the fire was brought under control by about 8 firemen were kept busy at the scene Saturday night dousing small flames in piles of lumber and They will probably be spraying the smouldering embers until late Chief Dickson general See Page Column 2 ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 14 9 SECTION B Local 13 Drama SECTION C Classified Advertising Intermountain 9 Deaths SECTION W SECTION H Farm Over the Fence Post SECTION M Features 18 Radio Log 5 Books I Assembly Asks Ruling On Satellites NEW 21 United Nations assembly agreed Saturday with western accusations that three Russian satellites in eastern Europe are suppressing human rights and It asked the international court of justice for The assembly vote was 47 to Ruling on Issue Over bitter Russian bloc objec the assembly chose to ask the international court tor a ruling whether Romania and Hungary must comply With peace treaties in settling the The cominform bloc has fought to keep the charges out of the United Nations since the questions first were raised after trials ot Josef Cardinal Mindssenty in Budapest and of religious leaders in Bulgaria early this Last Minute Attack But it lost after a lastminute attack Saturday by the Soviet Ukraine foreign Dmitri Re said that human rights violations were to be looked for in the LatinAmerican coun in in the coun tries that threaten the atom bomb war and in the countries that have lynch law and Jim He said human rights are violated every day in the United Be charged that accusations by the United States and Britain against the three countries he de fended were gross fabrications and Australia Accuser Australia was another LatinAmerican strongly Roman gave powerful support to the The Soviet the Czechoslovakia and White Russia votedsolidly against Seven countries abstained on the final They were Paki Saudi Arabiaand Yugoslavia announced that it would abstain it consid ered the three accused countries guilty of other peace treaty vio Czechs Expel 11 Yugos To Retaliate 22 expelled 11 Yugoslav diplomats 48 hours after Yugoslavia defeated it for a seat on the United Nations security and announced the start of an espionage trial in volving a foreign intelligence There was no indication whether the trial of terrorists and spies was connected with the expulsion of the Yugoslavs the ex pulsion and arrest of American embassy personnel accused of cre ating an elaborate espionage net work and plotting to spirit anti Communists to U Hour Deadline An official government an nouncement said the foreign min istry gave the Yugoslav diplomats 24 hours to leave the country and called it retaliation for the un justified expulsion of Czechoslo vak embassy personnel recently from The Yugoslav diplomats were not The official Czech news agents said the terrorists and spies were accused of high treason and espi onage and that a six man senate1 of the Prague state went to Louny in northwest Bohemia to open the It described the de as a band of factory transport oper ators and Mass Arrests following a recent of mass charged the group spread anti state spied for a foreign Intelligence organiccd il legal frontier issued in citing plotted bomb ings and made direct attempts to murder public The agency said the group tried to bomb an unnamed objective in the Prague suburb ot Karlin ia August and added that this com pany ot black marketers and en trepreneurs crowned their high treason by making connections with treacherous emigration abroad and with paid Reputation for Favoring Uoificatktt Denfeld has had a reputation for favoring uni In the hearings on defense policies by the house armed services committee he emphasised that he is for Bat he went in as cleanup hitter tori George Allen tMA war yet to become envoy to Delegates Cold War Expert to Tito Oct 22 The United States is sending one of its toughest cold war diplomats to Yugoslavia to watch out for American interests in the struggle between the Kremlin and Mar shal Informed quarters said that Attt director of world propa ganda campaign against commu has been tapped the next ambassador to He will succeed Ambassador Cavendish returning to the United because of ill In Iraa Allen was on diplomatic firing line when the cold war He was ambassador to Iran in when the Soviet Union launched a pressure paign against that country in an effort to force it into Moscows and realize an old Russian dream of acceaa to the Indian Prompt and vigorous American support in United Nations and which Allen largely was responsible contributed greatly to the successful Iranian Badio War Largely in recognition of his work in Allen was made as sistant secretary of state for pub lic affairs in Under his ad American propa ganda including the ra dio Voice of have become such an irritation to the Russians that about 200 Soviet radio sta tions have been devoted entirely to the to keep Off icial Hints But No General Purge By DOUGLAS COBNELb Oct 22 flaming feud in the armed forces over the grand strategy for war may result in firing Louis Denfeld as the top officer in the In forecasting a high official in the Pentagon told a reporter Saturday that other heads may be chopped but no wholesale purge is in eight Dont say this will be a he it wont It will be an effort to get somebody on the team who will work with the Deaf eld is chief of naval operations and the repre sentative on the strategyplanning joint chiefs of There was some guessing that Vice Forrest commanding the Sixth task fleet in the night replace Fellow officers say Sherman is strong for the admirals who are complaining unification as handled isnt work that navy is getting a raw deal from policies putting overemphasis on the air force and longrange strategic Denfeld said the navy Is denied a full in the policy and civilian chiefs of the army and air and of Defense Louis assured the committee Denfeld is that there is no intention of putting its air arm or marine force out of Omar N chair man of the joint chiefs of accused Denfeld of violating se curity by disclosing opinions of members of the joint Changes Necessary Thus there is a deep chasm be tween the views of men at the top GOING HIGHER Strikes Jobless ToU By ASSOCIATED MtESS Nearly persons art idle across the cottntry with in dications that frill coal awl steel this figure ap parent it can only by The Pentagon official said they might come Theres no use in trying delay Ing he The coun try needs reassurances that some thing is being done as a result of this explosion and that steps are being taken to bring about The hearings have made it aretty clear that Denfeld and Bradley cant work together effec tively in future after all that has been I know the presi dent wont let Bradley The decision on he is up to of the Navy Fran cis It Matthews who recommended Denfelds reap BOintment as chief of naval opera Sons inly a couple of months he House ConunitUM its word from the Russian Allen now is one of of State Dean Achesons top and his selection as ambassador to Bel grade is indicative of the impor tance the United States attaches to Titos rebellion against the of Defense Johnson has assured the house committee there will be no And Chair man Carl Vinson an nounced at the start that the com mittee intended to protect navy witnesses from But Johnson also made it clear that he didnt intend to put up with people who strongly differ on And Mark commander of army ground opponents of it be ruthlessly Two committee Dewey Short and Lans dale Sasscer shook a cautioning finger against any general Besides there are four other full admirals in They put upa solid front with arguments that the air force is being built up at the expense of the navy and national Even the Generals Outnumber Old Dobbin in Army V 22 army is down to its last 327 hones in the United By it has 330 This doleful news for old cavalrymen was made known Saturday when the army notified the National Horse Shows that it can no longer participate in public equestrian Of the 327 most are strictly work The last cavalry horse cantered out of the army picture in 1944 and the dust of history has settled down over the trails he wove out from Fort RUey and the old Indian frontier poats of the In the tame year the field artillery stripped the hariMM off the last artillery hone and turned his job over to automotive prime In this only at nearby Fort can the army turn out a display of selected sleek animals with gleaming harness and saddles used by the ceremonial company there for occasions of state in the capital and for military funerals at Arlington the last stand for the armys cavalry which heiped make history in the war between the states and on western plains now is in the ruins of There the mounted constabulary uses about a mil of bulk of the others Drawing unemployment looking for work or are7 regarded permanent A survey by Associated Press indicated that WM generally high pMt Wi but tnat the probably change Many smaller running out of or have schedum big dur ing the coming More rait road workers will join jobless ranks at midnight Tuesday when passenger service is cut on coal burning roads in with an Interstate Commerce com mission The in dustry announced drastic cur tailments for next Steel fabricating plants are Marias end of the Biggest California wl five is in in 450 engineers and buttONf trades 2000 sugar planf workers idled by the Hawaiian deck and 4000 Truman Maps Midweek Strike Action 22 Federal labor experts said Satur day that Harry S Truman will Intervene personally to halt the and coal strikes if they are not settled by the middle of next Just what action Truman will take if the strikes continue was not But WhiU House sources speculated that chief executive May seek a TaftRartley court n junction to end the soft coal strike call steel industry officials to the White House and try to Mrsuade them to grant the CIO insurance and pen sion Negotiations between teh mine workers union and northern and western coal operators broke off The operators made it clear that they believe only by the government can end monthold soft coal Federal mediation director Cy rus Ching will continue his New York conference with officials of Steel Monday In an effort to find some new basii for settlement of the But officers of Philip Murrays CIO uiOon said they would hold out for 10c anhour pension and benefits recommended for them by a special presidential factfindmg strikes cut dMp er into the nations forc ing sharp curtailments In coaJ burning railroad operations aasl in Industrial House saU Truman definitely wwdd no action in teat cUsjwto Man   

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