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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS 9 Intermounteln Network Station KALL Monday Throntb friday WEATHER little change U 10 SALT LAKE MONDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Las VegasHeld Duo Admit Utah Slaying Suspects Confess Shooting Youth At Beaver Service Station Tribune Special LAS 24 Vegas detec tives stated eariy Monday that they had obtained written and j oral confessions of two youths admitting to the murder Saturj day of Howard Duke in j The pair gave their names as Vern Alfred rej cently of and Kelvin LeRoy Kansas Announcement of the confessions came after an extended quizing by Las Vegas officers and Sheriff Jasper Puffer and Highway Patrolman Earnest Pearce who came here when ad vised by Las Vegas police that two definite suspects in the case were being held here Manzione died of three gunshot wounds suffered early Saturday while he was working at a service station Braasch and Sullivan said they Service Rows Spur Thomas Says 23 Elbert Thomas who helped referee the opening battles over military said Sunday the current angry up roar will bring agreement not make things as one of the fathers of the legislation that linked the formerly separate fighting pistols using that type of entered the service station with intent of robbing it and taking an tendant at the resisted face them and in the following struggle j they shot the duo They told detectives here that the story as pieced together Sat urday by Sheriff Puffer and Pa trolman Pearce was an accurate description of what Waivers of extradition were signed Sunday and the two sus pects are to be returned to Utah Manzione suffered three Two 22 caliber bullets en Howard Manzione trial in his Pair Bidault Offers To Draft New Cabinet tered his head and another of the same caliber penetrated his right is a veteran of interservice bickering and Thomas told a reporter that tlw law got off on the wrong foot Unity Takes I wanted to start and put them together at the bottom by joint education and training of the younger men and he What we finally did was jam them together at the Thats the real cause of our pres ent But it will work Real unification will take a lot of time and the soft spoken lawmaker Actu ally there has been a lot of prog ress thus The Same Ive not followed it to closely except through the Thomas But they pretty much like the same things we heard when the navy and ma rines and some members of con gress were fighting any unifica The real start en unification became possible when congress re organized itself and its commit tees in 1946 and combined the separate military and naval af fairs committees into a single armed service s Thomas Pushed Earij Drive Previously for several Thomas as chairman of the senate military affairs committee which handled legislation for the war department and its army and air had been pushing in vain for a combination of the war and navv Congress passed a compromise act in strengthened it this Some advocates of unification have said that true unity must be delayed until the World War II crop of admirals generals dies but Thomas say Sees Some Progress Weve made some progress al We now have a start upon unification of the medical and ammunition were found in Beaver river near here Saturday after the Both weapons had been fired Funeral services for Man zione will be conducted Thursday at 2 in Beaver Third ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday by Wallace Friends may call Tuesday after noon and evening at Southern Utah mortuary in Cedar Veteran FTC ExJudge Dies 23 Ewin Democratic member of the Federal Trade commission from died Sunday in Naval hospital at Beth He was a brother of the late ule Norman former ambaspartjes which throughout the life rmo ViPari nf the i pOstwar fourth republic Dock Unions End Long Strikes Hawaii Railmen Return Steel Still Out By ASSOCIATED PRESS Two farreaching strikes were settled but the two larg est coal and continued to bite into the The 45dayold Missouri Pacific railroad strike and the 176day Ha waii dock workers walkout both ended Exact terms of the Mopac agree ment were not Some trains were expectd to move by late and full operations were to be resumed in about three 1000 Return The numbering were members of the Brotherhoods of Locomotive Engine men and Firemen and Railroad Trainmen and of the Order of Rail way Their walkout forced the layoff of some other Missouri Pacific Guy trustee for the said the settlement involved arbitration for 93 of the unions 282 The other 282 claims were settled by direct ne In the prolonged strike of dock workers at five of Hawaiis six the CIO International Longshoremens and Warehouse mens union ordered its 2000 strik ing stevedores to return to work 23 leader of the middleof theroad Popular Republicans agreed Sunday night to try to form a new French govern France has been locked in a political crisis for 18 without j Tuesday and a who served as chief of state in the profesional govern ment in 1946 and Jater as Frances foreign accepted the task after party leaders conferred throughout the day under the deepening shadow that the impasse might lead to dissolution of parlia ment and new He is the third to try since the previous government fell on Vincent Auriol made the offer to Bidault after Edouard 77yearold president of the national tried and failed to reconcile the warring views of his own Radical Socialists and the The MRP pre viously had refused even to try to form a government in this In the 18 days France has had had two premiers without a cab one for four the other for Both resigned because they were unable to enroll a team of ministers from the Radical Socialist and Popular Re publican These are the middleoftheroad sador and one time head of the Red Commissioner a former Tennessee state judge and a mem ber of the house from that state from 1919 to suffered a stroke last Davis had been a member of the Trade commission since Harry S Truman now must make his third appointment to the trade commission since the first of this of have steered France between com munism on the left and De Gaul lism on the Citizens Flee Reds Near Chungking HONG 24 citizens are evac uating important West China communications in anticipation of a Chinese Com munist offensive on the nation alist refugee capital at t was reported In South the transportation services instead of body of red troops which took duplication and These were reported to hava hearings will let off enough steam to gain some other Pointing out that the country still is dotted with separate air fields for navy and air force sometimes side by Thomas qviipped They may even find out even tually that a navy plane will be Austerity Blitz Due Today In Attlee Talk 23 waited anxiously Sunday night to find out how the Labor governments new aus terity blitz will hit Prime i Minister Clement Attlee will tell them Monday in the house of com Even the best informed news papers could only speculate on where the expected cuts in the consequently in the rationpinched lives of the people able to land safely and regularly denied by official nationalist upon an air force passed 115 miles to the in their drive toward Wu chow on the KwangtungKwangsi Wuchow is 170 miles southeast of capital of Local newspaper re ports said some red elements were operating within seven miles of Kweilin but the reports were BROTHERHOOD TOWN Dignitaries Throng Hamlet To Plead for Tolerance 23 UPi impressive plea for world tol brick Lutheran church founded on land donated by hear of distinguished a succession erance came from this small cen tral Pennsylvania village including a score of national and international lead joined with the towns 400 inj clared in a keynote address that habitants to help fulfil a Jewish all the world is living on bor Estimates size of the cuts ranged from in the con servative Sunday Times to in the con servative Billion Budget The budget for the year through next March now calls for spending The normally progovernment Sunday Pictorial speculated that the government would probably pull the belt in hardest around the purchase of gasoline and tobacco and the paying out of food subsi Cuts in such purchases abroad would save precious dollars for the but they would mean less pleasure motoring and fewer cigarets for Britons at all Higher Food Costs The stoppage of food subsidies would slash a sizeable hunk out of government but it immigrants dream of universal The dreamer was Aaron Levy Who came to America from Am sterdam and founded Aaronsburg In 1789 as a living monument to racial and religious Because of its location in a val ley surrounded by the Nittany Aaronsburg never grew beyond a but Levys dream was not forgotten by the Sunday they set out to tell the world about More than came to hear the They clustered on a beside a little rowed Bunrhe said In the atomic the further cost of continuing bad relations would appear The road of human understanding is the only road to Justice Felix Frankfurter of the supreme court warned that the upheavals of the late war let loose forces from which hard Little comfort could be found anywhere in the Newspa pers carried such headlines as Black Monday Secrets and At tlees Last Cabinet talks that shaped the coming slashes are understood also to have weighed seriously their possible effect on the nations al ready truculent middle class voter when the general elections come ly a corner of the world is imsome time early next British who has He continued The ideal which I stood in long queues since the be holds us together beyond any othj ginning of the war to pay too much er is belief in the worth of the race or re i money for too little may swing a lot of sentiment away from the Labor Struck May 1 The men struck May demand ing a raise of 32c in their hourly This main issue was settled 6 when they agreed to accept a 14c an hour hoise im mediately and another 7c next March But the strike pending settlement of side Issues involving pay and other working conditions in outer island These issues were settled one by except at the tiny sugar port of Union leaders said work would be resumed in Honolulu and the other ports without waiting for agreement at A million men remained out of work in the coal and steel walk Steel Deadlocked Conciliation Director Cyrus Ching was scheduled to continue talks Monday in New York with There was no out ward sign that either the steel companies or the CIO United Steelworkers union was ready to yield on their stands over pensions for the The union wants lOc an hour per man for free pensions and in as recommended by a presidential fact finding steel has agreed to contribute the but insists that tha work ers also contribute something over that as a matter of Ball Buns Cut Negotiations in the coal walk out remained at an North and west coal operators produc ing twothirds of the soft coal out put walked out of bargaining conferences last week at White Sulphur saying it was fruitless to They said John miners had attended only a few hours in the last two weeks and had shown up only eight times at bargaining sessions since the contract expired July Lewis never has revealed his de The dwindling coal supply prompted the interstate commerce commission last week to order a 25 cut in operation of coal burn ing passenger locomotives on all railroads having less than a 25 day supply of the fuel on Most of the affected roads are in the because virtually all coal burning railroads in the west obtain their coal from local mines unaffected by the The cut will begin at midnight Canadians Cheer Nehru Arrival With Gun Salute 23 Minister Jawaharlal Nehru re ceived a 19gun salute as he ar rived in the Canadian capital Sunday night on a good will He was welcomed by Ca nadian Prime Minister Louis Stephen Laurent told reporters he hoped Nehrus good will efforts would be helpful in bringing about a realization of the im portance to the whole world of good eastwest To have peace in the world we must have peace in the whole the Canadian prime minister Nehru wore a black overcoat and a westerntype business as he stepped from a Royal air force transport plane that brought him from His host introduced him to cabinet officials and diplomats among a crowd of 200 persons who as sembled to greet A vacation trip to Idaho ended in tragic death of LaMar Lois Taylor Salt Lake They were killed when car over turned four times on highway 91 near Anthony TRUMAN KEYNOTER Rites Today Mark Cornerstone Laying was en route Anthony from when the vehicle skidded along the nght shoulder of the highway about 14 feet then overturned four The victims are LaMar 826 Zrid Salt Lake who died at 11 Lois Taylor his killed Instantly State Patrolman Jack Hunter said Archibald was dead when help Archibald was taken to the Anthony hospital where he died at 11 of severe Left Early Sunday and Thomas Archi 79 C Salt Lake left early Sunday for LaMar Archibald was born in April a son of Thomas and Loretta Archi He was educated in Teton NEW 23 United Nations assembly will hold an unprecedented outdoor meet ing on Manhattans 42nd street Monday to hear Harry S Truman and witness the laying of the cornerstone for the new The president will make a spe cial trip from Washington for his 20minute address the occa Nations With him on the speakers but silent this expected to be Soviet Foreign Minister An drei one of the major spokesmen for the eastern bloc in the cold war with the Vishinsky is one of seven vice presidents slated to parti The statesman and diplomats of the 59 member nations count on the ceremonies to be in the nature of an international love RedChinaNod Issue Splits Britain 23 Britain and the United States are beginning to pull apart on the issue of recognizing the Commu nist government of Indications are that London may establish full diplomatic re ations fairly Whether this happens will depend finally on whether the Communists leave the British alone at Hong Kong and promise to respect their rights Official on the other now regards recogni tion by the United States as months in the Split Not Serious The developing split between the wo western allies on this issue is not regarded by either American or British diplomatic authorities j program are with both sides laying aside their political differences for the The day is to be ob served throughout the civilized World leaders and plain people will renew their pledges of sup port for the which has had extremely rough sailing in the four years since the charter be came effective In a broadcast in New Chakravarti gov ernor general of once more put his government and people behind the Ke said an atomic arms race in the world will not lead to peace and said he prayer fully hoped the will evolve its own soul so it can save hu manity from total insanity and Weigh Buss Bid Last year the assembly was meeting in day almost coincided with a Soviet veto cast by Vishuisky to block security council action in the Berlin In the past year the Berlin blockade has been officials claim the had a hand in that So far this session Visninsky has not had his big He has protested against the election of Yugoslavia to the security He has made his usual speeches against the west on human rights and other But the assembly has taken its time to getting around to his pet idea for this big five peace Romulo Presides But all of these debates have no place in Mondays Carlos chief Philip pines delegate to the and assembly will call the openair meeting to it doesnt He will make a brief If it rains the whole ninus the take place in the hall at Flush ing Other speakers on Couple Dies As Car Rolls On Idaho Road Auto Overturns Four Times After Leaping Highway Tribune LeMKrf young Salt Lake eouplt vacationing in Idaho suffered fatal injuries early Sunday when the automobile in which they were riding overturned four and pinned them under the According to investigating the couple apparently Plane Crash Kills Two Idaho Fliers Tribune LcttMi TWIN Two youthful Filer were in stantly killed Sunday afternoon when their light plane apparently ran out of gasoline and crashed into a sagebrush area two and half miles south of the Twin Falls Killed were Larry about pilot and his and He came to Salt Lake City about eight years ago after their mar riage in Ke had served two years in the navy during World War Surviving besides his Salt Lake are two and 4 Salt Lake City three Elma Elva Lewis and Glenna Rex burg three Deward and Wendell and Garl Salt Lake Anthony Lois Taylor Archibald was a native of Surviving her besides her two sons are her Caro line Anthony a grand Ida An thony three Verda Tfenice Arm strong and Verla Ida ho six and Robert Tay and Daris Tay Idaho Bomber Crash Fatal to Five 23 B26 bomber crashed and exploded twice on a brushy ranch 20 miles southeast of here All five men aboard were believed The twinengined plans was de Jit appeared imposslblt that anyone could have survived except by and air force officers said they didnt be ieve there was enough warning before the crash for a Wreckage and small parts of bodies were scattered over an area a mile Biggs air force base at El the crafts home identified Jie crewmen as Ed tht ward believed to be same Sheriff Jesse Carlton and State Patrolman Clark who said the two men had been flying around the area for more than an hour when they ap parently ran out of gasoline and aecame High Speed Rather than slackening their speed the fuel ran low and gliding to a forced they were traveling at a high apparently attempting to make it back to the and the plane stalled and plunged into the sagebrush on the side of a sharp incline which was deeply rutted with The motor dug a hole in tht side hill about 40 from tht point where the wing tip first FlpM Cuk They were flying a Piper Cub owned bytuft Flying serv ice of Twin and the ship was officers Tht Sheriff stated the pilot held a private and had been fly ing around to build up time for a commercial license when the crash The plane struck about seven and one half miles south of Twin Both were pronounced dead on arrival of officers by act ing coroner James officers said both bodies were mu tiljated by the They were taken to the White Otticen Start Probe An Investigation was launched by Chet state aeronautics Sheriff CAA Safety Al Whitter and State Patrolman Both victims originally were from and had been re siding in Filer the past several Lawrence Long was born 1927 in and came here recently from Potters He was a veteran of World War Edward of was born lere as a vitally serious It is considered rather an inevit able reflection of their differing national British financial interests in for have been roughly estimated at 10 times those of the United States which may stand at about The British have Hong Kong un der long term lease and regard it as one of the great empire assets Jiey want to British diplo snats have been treated less badly by the Communists in China than American diplomats citizens save been Tanks Leave China The United with its smaller investments and the icavy pressure placed on its citi zens by the has been withdrawing from ng what remains of Nationalist rapidly as Many American consulates in Red sharply curtailed in their have The British therefore are in China and somewhat 1n the position of looking after Amert an interests while the Americans ay and large are getting Both the United States and Britain have been in close consul tation on the Chinese situation for Wnrren chief y headquarters man of the plan ning committee Mayor William ODwyer of New Thom as Dewey of New Charles El commanding officer 2602 TOW the Thomas James El Billy El Robert Man Burns Baby 13 23 assailant broke into the home of a 13yearold baby sitter early fractured her skull with a hammer and threw shov elfuls of live coals in her Police James McCarthy said an unknown man struck Patricia Ann Black on the head several times with a claw McCarthy quoted the girl aa saying the man also beat her with his fists and tossed live coals from the kitchen stove in her RETRACTS STEEL REPORT Friend Denies Truman Strike Quote 23 close friend Sunday quoted Harry S Truman as predicting set tlement of the coal and steel strikes in less than 10 later said he didnt mean it that It was my own he said I think I was H I I made a The Arthur Clarendon Smith president of the Dis trict of Columbia Democratic visited the White House Friday and told about it at a Sunday breakfast meeting of the Reporters said Smith quoted Truman as saying tell we are right on the verge of two most prosperous will be settled within 10 if not and we are going to have prosperous Immediately after the breakfast Smith told an inquiring reporter the president did not indicate basis for optimism or disclose whether he had any administration moves in mind to end During the Smith in troduced Major Harry the presidents army who was guest of In the Smith said I believe that this coal strike will be settled within 10 Reporters said he elaborated in a second talk later to embrace both strikes and to quote the president At his home Smith said the prediction was his not the 1 think both of observed that dots ftot directly quote the preaident afttt a White House Smith aaid he wax anxious to clarify his He added that what the president said was that the nation is on the verge of two years of sustained prosperity that it was a shame the two ma jor strikes had occurred when are on the verge ol Smith pointed out that the gov ernment is arranging to distribute in insur ance refunds after that alone will create contidenfttot spending Smith aaid he was taking bete that the two would ended in the next 10 He AM not say why he to Truman and nil lationa staff were cruising on Potomac and could not Ire rtuhtd for
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