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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Netwotfc Station KAIX MoMs IkiMth att fakt pilmtu WEATHER Oetolb 01 23 SALT LAKE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Sets Week Deadline For Coal Strike Truce As the rotors at the helicopter spin above Vnivetsity of Utah homecoming Kathleen Is welcomed to the center of Vie stadium by student homecoming Jack Thorold a and Karl Ute Queen Into Stadium By BOBBBT BLAIR Royalty rode a windmill Satur day and some University of Utah homecoming football fans roared their When pretty Kathleen stepped out of The Salt Lake TribuneSalt Lake Telegram helicopter on the 50yard the trim young lady from Weber had completed her first airplane And she liked it just thank Kathleen didnt sleep much Fri day I kept thinking about my first plane My eyes kept popping So Different But I didnt get even a teeny bit scared until I saw that odd looking thing sitting in the stub ble on that Fort Douglas It was so But once we were there was nothing to The only thing that worried the regal cargo was that her two at Ginger Horton and Mar garet couldnt come Kathleens mother wasnt quite as sure as her She was worried about the queen con With her first two minutes of flying Kathleen is looking forward to her next trip Id love to go It was just Novel to Many The provided through an arrangement between The Trib uneTelegram and Kemp and Kel sey Ait was the first many homecoming fang had It left Salt Lake municipal air port shortly before flew to the fort and took on as the two football teams headed for halftime pep Kathleen and company headed for the 50yard stripe and a perfect Kathleen stepped out and Hie roaring crowd took Then the flying machine zoomed up and south and out of At Utah state capitol Pilot Odis Kounalis set her down again to deliver film shot by staff photog raphers to Heber Bennion inaugurating the first Utah Heli pix SpainStokowski Link 5 royal academy of fine arts an nounced Saturday night it has named orchestra conductor Leo pold Stokowski a corresponding member in the United Sto kowitki was born in the son of sn attache of the Czarist Russian He became a citizen in SEE PARADE Colorf ul Pageant Features of Centennial Fete A bandspattered moved down Main telling the story of a university 100 years And before the last dance was over that University of Utah alums and students knew their homecoming had gone over heap Down from Uteville early Satur day morning rolled more than 40 sorority and independ ent Under a clear sky and before some the joined by the university band and those of West and East high glided Paced by highstepping Frankie and Bill drum the 120piece univer sity band was followed by auto mobiles carrying state and university Spicing the display were 14 sponsors of the schools reserve officers training corps topping the charm Kathleen homecoming Intermediary Bases Needed For Collins Asserts 6 Lawton Collins sid Saturday the joint chiefs of staff agree that large scale intercon tinental warfare is not now prac tical without intermediary who is the army member of the joint made this state ment to reporters at an infantry display here of combat No one service can possibly wage intercontinental he There continues to be a need for intermediate bases for any large scale He said that the joint chiefs of staff are in accord on the mat The joint chiefs eomprise British Map Neio West Indian Independent State 5 ain plans to set up a near independent state between the two West Indian federation of six Caribbean colo nies and nearly The blueprint for this long dreamtof state is soon to be published by Arthur Creech colonial It will then be debated by each of the colonies The blueprint has been de signed by a closer association committee of West Indians from each West Indian colonial gover meet in on Monday to discuss the Lord minister for has flown to the Caribbean for the According to responsible in the committee report urges federation of British the Leeward Trinidad and the Windward islands into a stngU Omar chairman the army and air force chiefs of staff and the chief of naval They have the responsibility for having ready overall strategic plans in event of In discussing intercontinental Collins emphasized that he was not implying any criticism of the B36 He said he accepted the statements of Air Stuart Symington and Hoyt air chief that the B36 can effi ciently deliver intercontinental bombing Joint Service Program Even Collins the air force could not alone wage lafge scale intercontinental warfare with the The infantry would be needed to hold intermediate The capabilities of the B36 as an intercontinental bomber has been the subject of bitter navy air force Some admi rals have disputed air force claims that the huge plane is an efficient intercontinental Both Collins and his Albert insisted that Collins statement had no re lation to this navyair force con Air Force Agrees Collins touched on the intercon tinental warfare subject at a ban quet Friday Gruenther told reporters Saturday that he later telephoned Lawns Nor air deputy chief of in Gruenther said that Norstad said the air force had no disagree ment with Collins The twoday army show closed Saturday with a joint combat ma neuver by and The ground forces were supported by F84 Thunderjet fighter The army put on the show for navy and air force top brass and about 70 civilian lead queen and Ginger Horton and Margaret A dance Saturday night at Rain bow 464 brought homecoming activity to a Airborne Queen Only the traditional football clash in Ute Utah lost to Colorado A M marred the But win or festivities on the hill were full of memory and that hardtodefine thing they call school spirit Miss who arrived for halftime festivities via helicopter provided by The Salt Lake Tribune and Salt Lake received a revved up reception from some Band Stirs Cheers Living up to advance the redspatted University of Utah band brought spectators attention back to the One impressive formation depicted an Sand ran from one end to the other and as the sand drifted the band changed the numerals 1849 to Old and every one thundered Assisting bandsmen was the full membership of womens sophomore honorary organiza Participating in the morning pa rade were Mayor Earl Ray wife of the university president Sterling chairman of the board of and Sill Mere dith chairman of the uni See Page Column 4 ON THE INSIDE SECTION A 12 Foreign 11 9 Intermountain 14 SECTION B 14 Sports SECTION O Classified Mines and Local Intermountain 14 SECTION W SECTION H Farm Letter 2 Prize Recipe SECTION M Features Music 6 Utah Radio Back Lehman For Truman Asks 6 Harry S Truman urged New York voters Saturday night to oust their Republican John Foster and to put former Herbert a in his Trumans forthright entry into the key New York state off year election contest pointed up his previously announced inten tion to Uke a lighting part in the general congressional elections next He wants more Demo crats especially Fair Deal the already Demo cratic house and Hits Dulles Alms Without mentioning Dulles by Truman called him a man who would put a the great advances in social legisla tion that have been pioneered by his own He said on the other will work for the liberal policies which mean greater prog ress and a better life for the people of New York and of the whole Speaking the White the president joined Eleanor Roosevelt and other key Demo crats in addressing a New York City rally for all Democratic can didates in the states general elec tions He urged election of the whole Democratic but mentioned by name only Lehman and Wil liam Democratic mayor who is opposed for reelection by Newbold RepublicanLib and Vito American Labor Named by Dewey Dulles was appointed by Thomas Dewey in July to fill until the next general election the senate seat left vacant by retire ment of former Robert a veteran New Wagners term has another year to Dulles and fight ing for this unexpired have waged a bitter Sup porters of each have accused the other of dirty Before entering the senate Dulles was one of this countrys delegates to the United a post to which he was appointed by In the 1948 cam paign he was Deweys foreign policy adviser and had been men tioned as a probable choice for secretary of state if Dewey Catholics Fail To Loosen Czech Laws 5 Catholic bishops disclosed Saturday they have get revision of government controls which they charged virtually out law the In a memorandum handed to the government the church men asked for immediate changes in the control laws and the decrees putting them into effect on the grounds they put the church out side the legal Effected 1 The government made reply to the which was released to the western press for the first time The law went into on 1 despite the pro Under a cabinet ministry was formed to supervise church Priests and pastors be came civil paid by the All churchmen were re quired to swear an oath of allegi ance to the Czech republic and the Communistcontrolled Peoples Democratic Ten bishops and the apostolic administrator signed the memo which invoked Czechoslo vakias constitutional freedom of expression Missing from it was the name of Archbishop Josef the Czech who says he has been interned in his palace since June Says liberty Banned The bishops charged that the new law ceases to respect the autonomy which until now was granted the church to direct inde within the limits of the matters of church religious tuUcalion and membership in the It said the constitutionally guar anteed freedom of religiottt Activ ity was not DeLoy Hantblln Okinawa veteran is hunting Steel Picture Brightens Up As Republic Readies Pact 5 government was reported Saturday night to have set a deadline roughly one week from now for decisive action to end the soft coal In the steel strike there were some but develop ments of high promise affecting five large and small steel companies buoyed hopes of an early negotiated ptaee with CI Os United Republic Steel the countrys third bad a ment offer Jones and Laughlin scheduled peace talks for Youngstown Sheet and Tube for Two smaller firms signed Steel 5000 and McLouth Steel 1800 Need Fresh Supplies But even if more steel firms sign most of them can run only a few weeks without fresh coal And it was learned reliably that neither mine chieftain John in Fridays secret mediation nor the coal miae owners BOW heading for Washington have yielded 2 5 Injured in Davis Hunting Mishaps Ry TRIBUNE WRITERS Two Utahns were killed and five were reported injured in pheasant lunting accidents in Davis county and Millard county The dead DeLoy Davis killed instantly when struck in the chest by a shot fired accidentally from the shotgun of a hunting James drowned in Delta Miilard while to re trieve a pheasant he had Ernest Woods was seriously Jnjured Saturday afternoon while hunting in fields west of He was be ing treated Saturday night at Marks Delta Mayor Hurt Five hunters in the Delta including Mayor Golden Black of were injured slightly in separate shotgun accidents Satur day Treated in Delta were Mayor for pellets in the face and chest his Earth struck by shot but just bruised Al Camp 1742 Redondo Salt Lake face and shoulder wounds Keith Mil lard pellets embedded in the and an unidentified Fro vo face Shotgun Accident Kills Clearfield 22 Tribune Special Davis shotgun blast killed DeLoy al most instantly Saturday at during a pheasant hunt near Hamblin was felled with a chest wound when a Eldon fired at a pheasant which flew up be tween according to Davis county Deputy Sheriff Arch Pe Woods who inves tigated with Deputy Zenas Ben La ton Physician Called A Layton physician was called to the a field a mile south and a mile and a half west of the Syracuse but Ham was dead when he Companions said he did not re gain An inquest has been get for A high administration official gave this report privately If mediation cannot bring results this its the last We will have to try iome other This coincided with hints from White House sources that Presi dent is being urged by some to call for a Taft Hartley act injunction lend Lewis United Mine Monday in the court of Justice Joseph Hamblin was born March 1 in a son of Fred and Naomi Barton He had resided in Clearfield throughout his life except for serving in the Navy for 28 Basic training was taken in San Diego commencing in De and an honorable discharge was He participated in the bat tle of He had attended Davis schools and was a graduate of North Davis junior high Since leaving the he engaged in A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints was affiliated with ers back to the coal Nine days ago Truman said no nations exists vhich TaftHsrtley ac His associates still an not agreed that he should me the act which labor and the Demo cratic party has promised to re Weather May strip But the decision may has tened by the present onset of coM weather in maty wide spread reports of and Second LDS Survivors include the mother SeePage ColumsU HUNT VICTIMS Dogs Blamed In Mishaps By TRIBUNE WRITERS Hunting dogs were responsible for the drowning man and wounding of another in pheasant hunting accidents Death of James was attributed to the fact that his swimming with him to get a pheasant which had fal len into Delta placed its paws on his Its weight Taylor apparently pushed under the surface and drowned Companions said Taylor had retrieved the bird and was making good progress back to shore in the cold water until the dog sought support on Another dog jumped into an automobile in which shotguns had been placed after a hunt in Davis discharging a gun which Ernest Woods in both Smith was reported in good condition Saturday suffer ing only flesh He was given emergency treat ment by a Bountiful then taken to Marks hospital in Sslt Lake where attend said he suffered no broken rising unemployment in iJifltts dependent on coaL federal media tion has promised sue a settlement as is any TMUl that if he fails gained the nfflrt step is 4 Southern coal operators Witt meet here Monday with The mediator may issue a call to nor thern operators on and later arrange a Joint northsouth So Ching has no plans to bring Lewis the operators face to He conferred secretly with Lewis Friday for two Though there was no hint of a change in Lewis Ching told reporters the talk with the United Mine Workers president was pleasant and Saturday night Lewis was be ieved to have left Washington for where he meets with LfMWs 200man policy cammit tee on A union source said Lewis still has hopes that Adlai Steven son of Illinois can persuade coal operators of that state to start intensive negotiations for a sepa statewide So far the owners have refused to break ranks with operators elsewhere in the There was widespread specula tion in Washington that Lewis might get in touch with some Illi nois operators In Pittsburgh hardship was not far Some hospitals said their coal would be in a day or Dealers reported stocks down to a halfweeks supply and gome homes out of opened its city audi torium to families without Atlanta dealers began to ration their Cincinnati coal See Page Column S RANSOM RULED OUT Police Sift Kidnap Clues 5 State police Saturday ruled out ransom and sexual perversion mo tives as they hunted for an infant whose mother said he was kid naped from a Sixweckold Stephen Komorrlc was snatched from his bed in the family kitchen Friday she We are working in hopes of finding the child said In spector he the police were working on meager There has been no trace of the child since the Henry said she saw a man in dark clothes carry the sleeping babe from their home in nearby Clayville shortly before She said the whom she mstu in her bare jumped into an automobile and sped off with the Doufherty said the search for baby was being in the neighborhood of the Ko morek a twofamily dwell ing about 100 off Route a main Dougherty said the federal bu reau of investigation had not been asked to come into the He said there was no Indication yet of a crime that would give them At present he has no intention of calling on he the missing childs Henry said we have heard Komorek is a 34yearold marine corps vet Commenting on the possibility of a ransom Komorek said We havent got I dont know why this could have been Komorek said he earned about f 70 a week as a machine operator in a Clayville paper mill until two weeks A gpckewuus for hit said Komorek had earned about a week through Komorek and Ms said they had no known Komorek told a reporter the only possibility would be a money She was quoted as saying they had a new 1949 Pon tiac and it had been rumored that we had Inspector Dougherty how he definitely did not think ransom was the motlrs in ths childs He also said the possibility that it was an act by a sexual pervert was out because of the childs Dougherty said about a half dozen leads had been ruf down with no are running 40mi smral other Bt declined to other thai to say that among other things the police were checkiig on people trite
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