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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Network IALL Tbraath ribunr WEATHER Intermittent rain DtttJfe U 27 SALT LAKE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS On Vote Defeat Import By ASSOCIATED PRESS i it is to avoid defeats such as While Democrats viewed their I those it suffered Tuesday and in victories in Tuesdays elections as a sign of greater triumphs to come The former Minnesota Tower Crew Details Liner Crash CAB Launches Probe Of Air Collision That Took 53 Lives 9 UP National airport control 1948 tower operators Wednesday to serve the people if scribed the tensionladen mo ments that preceded the aerial crash of an Eastern airliner and a P38 which killed 55 persons here last Towermen Glenn Tigner and Robert Union told a civil aero nautics board trying to fix re I for thp tragedy that VFCl 111CI11 they tried frantically to get Erick j Rios Bolivian pilot of the pARt5 to change his collision y spiuLewis Halts Walkout to 30 in Republican leaders dis who now heads the University of agrped among themselves told members of the I nmn Wednesday as to the gravity National Press club in Washington U1I1U11 nf fiiffeifit in nnnnlniis that the results in New York and With Two of the setback suffered in populous New York elsewhere reemphasized the very j Harlod Stassen warned the serious nature of our defeat in Big 3 Envoys Thresh Out Dewey Gives View But Thomas Dewey of New York took a different view of Republican John foster Dulles defeat by Democrat Her bert Lehman in the New York election for CIO Agree on Meet Men Trek Back to Pits Pending Pact Effort More Firms 9 Giant Steel agreed Wednesday to meet with CIO who campaigned exI pres philip Murray as two more tensively for told a news competitors Youngstown Sheet i conference at that the result of the senatorial elec tion is a setback and not a gain for the policies of the national ad since Dulles ran well ahead of local tickets all Moved to Late I ministers of the western powers and Tube and Great Lakes Steel signed strike ending agreej The settlement with Great Lakes was announced by company and union negotiators following an allj night conference and sent j employes back to their jobs in three Detroit area plants im When it became obvious Rios Republican presidential nom meant to land they tney announcea no said his future extends as Terms of the agreement were AltAwnA r they ordered the airliner to change It started to too Seconds later the P38 chewed into the big Both planes plunged brokenly into the Potomac The representatives of the United Britain and France decided at a sevenhour session to take up all aspects of the German French sources said they The CAB investigators spent Put on the the most of today questioning witjl far as I can Dulles Wires Truman Harry S Truman received not but reportedly called for c o m p a n yfinanced month pensions as did the Youngs town Great Lakes a terse telegram You win will contribute 2UC an hour for from who in his and the employes nesses about the relative positions of the two planes in a hearing i which also produced these devel opments German Pol of the Bo Aiarsnai luo pain concettrated on criticism j The Youngstown settlement was and recognition of Presldnts domestic announced by Murray in his office Communist ihere a meeting with Herman communist from Truman I the firms director of I regarded the results in industrial and company Reach Agreement Tuesday s offyear state and mu attorney James Bennett livian army who Bessed the collision station Ordered to Work wagon a mileandahalf testified that it looked to him like the transport flew almost direct ly into the path of his country Ernest Bevin and French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman had reached tentative agreements on and will draft a formal statement of the results when they meet again The confer ence is expected to end A brief communique at the end mans Denies Landing Order Tigner challenged reports that Rios obtained clearance from the tower for an emergency land isfactory was ing just before the Friends J K of the Bolivian civil aeronautics director said he told them he had engine be at Youngstowns employes at five plants in the In his informal speech before and Chicago districts were or Column 3 dered Dack to work i The company is the fifth largest j producer in the j Its the same old gentle were very happy about Quirino Holds under close question conceded that it was pos sible he had pushed down the wrong microphone key and was not actually talking to Ke made it quite that he did not believe that to be the Pol in effect disclaimed that Bolivia has any responsibility for the accident Bar Damage Suits That was important to relatives of victims who might seek dam The officer said his coun try nlanned to buy the P38 from the Universal Air and Marine Sup ply but had not concluded the of the meeting said only that ITpllM Close Why Dig Coal for Three Weeks Coal miners Frank and Steve take time off from digging coal from xlag dump to read John Lewis resume Murray told newsmen after anj order Mogt Why go back for three weeks nouncmg the biggest holdj Progress Report The foreign ministers of United the France met this morning and this i afternoon at the Quai DOrsay French foreign ministry to con sider a number of problems of Nov10 Quirino ap jout in the j BROKE AND IN DEBT nounced it would meet with ray Thursday and it was believed a settlement would be announced Friday after a meeting of the j i United Steelworkers 170man i Thursday wagepolicy common notably the gen eral line of their joint policy in the communique Satisfactory progress was peared Thursday to have won a definite victory in the Philippine presidential election which was marked by the bitterest voting See Lining Up The unions announcement of the Lewis Work Order Rouses Mixed Miner Reaction and the conversations will be re violence in sumed mittee and Steels announce ment that it would meet with Mur As returns continued to ray came almost 9 The nations soft coal miners broke and in debt after their 52 day John Lew An American informant said jm from jungle areas and distant I Neither would elaborate but the whole German situation is provinces the incumbent I dustrv observers confidently order with mixed hoincr intn hv and a friend of the United dieted that Dig steel was reaay j being gone into step by to big in Acheson will visit capital gradually increased his margin of the West German next i over Jose puppet govThe meeting of the wagepolicy Sunday He will talk with U S eminent chief under the Japanese i committee was significant because High John i an mi Theodor Heuss and Chancellor Konrad Votes Ahead reactions They looked forward to collect from being empty at she John another Uniontown said All of us are ready to go back to We were pretty well fed up with being out of work so he ing pay checks again but most of But despite the most of the miners still were solidly in it convenes only when an im tnem afraifl tn i portant move is being i lit has not been in session since the back on stnke at the end of the for a new Tigner and Union confirmed nl almost word for word the version j GOVERNOR SAYS of the accident which they gave newsmen immediately after the j crash They agreed that the Bolivian pilot did not ask perI mission to make an emergency Heard Union said he was listening to Tinners instructions to Rios and the transport as they circled the He said Rios was ordered to circle until the DC4 completed its he he Foe Can Take Alaska Now 9 UP Ernest Gruening of Alaska The latest count showed Quirino i strike began last leading by nearly j His liberal party appeared also to have won control of thp important lower house nf Th tabulation Quirino Laurel Jose Aveliro Avplino hpad onp faction of the Liberal party and Quirino an Laurel heads the Nacionali ista At least 32 deaths were offi Tax Unit Denies Talk Of Tightening a j summed up the miners feelings this i We felt finp when the first j flash came saying the strike was i Waiker But we were i not so happy when we heard about j that 30th limit on the I See Second Strike i By the end of this well presidential Gruening said that Comished jujy Nation Jittery voting i Philippine independence was dropped his wheels and flaps pre paratory to j The two ships at that time were areas near which is about due south of National air I then advised Tigner plane P38 appeared to be final the towerman Son bV our prominent Oregon I then heard Tigner newsmen estab the averaSc taxpayer was current and it nke a Mack christmas ly the subject of any crackdown wnethpr were working or Railroads Gall Idle Trains Back to Lines 9 hardest hit by the 52day coal began recalling fur loughed workers Wednesday as John Lewis called the walkout off But a spokesman for the West of Railroads not strai by its enforcement agents i what with most of us owing come1 Nation Jittery Widespread complaints of har at the company stOres and i ern Association from China and take Ala The jittery nation maintained assment from persons whose indi back rent and so on j warned that i precautionsagainst any new outividual income tax returns had M mi started oi Jetore tjams1 ip p J cancelled because of reduced coal Interstate Commerce corn ordered a 25 cutback in coalburning passenger service during the course of the and scores of passenger and com muter runs over the nation were Glance at Strikes Shoivs Remain Jobless Strikes at a glance ended strike on 62nd on strike in 40th Idled as result of coal strike including rail roadmen expected to be Idled as result of steel strike tell him to make a 360 turn I His interviewers were State to have definitely elected 47 can1 he was number two j Richard writer and ex didatcs out of 100 to the lower i and was to follow theDC4 on Alaskan affairs and semed likely to get ahead and on his Pilot Kept Silent Liberals appeared time this year on a national fect Sept 19 More Checks Planned Housewife Reaction I did not hpar an acknowledge ucj L AUJH Hr Arnold W1IC Or associate editor of the another His group also was j turns filed last Boone counly said Oregon Journal Leverett leading in four eight senate aviation writer for the Port land Oregonian and member of the government forces been selected on an arbitrary j she has been c0ncerned about pay basis for ConseI off hcr and nas tried not In Downward Trend illrtuc t 11 uctTL f j money to keep the kids stockings He may f find J r it nrnfitah e tn rMtorn all can rel about Thanksgiving and spokesman said that pas on i for the men Tigner told WM two or Thomlinson director of special bv 1500 CommuniatIed Hukbala being assessed additional sums for WOPk wnile a contract is being were off as a result of both the three uLs to make a left turnC events for radio station protesting the apparent vie mistakes or in some cases de made up ftt nave somc coal and steel Union but the Bolivian gavp Gruening denied that Alaska was tory of Tr f Th 1J no sign he The P38 Reports reaching nearby Pasig was about three miles from the Alaska should be the said the Huks were under the per JS S field at the The airliner was bulwark of defense of the isonal leadership of outlawed Comj making its final approach toward instead of being an Achilles munist leader Luis the south Believing the planes were on a t 11 O collision Union he I o I fit turned to tell Tignpr to ordpr JTICSlUCIll OlttlC DC4 to But Tigner already had donp onds The crash came see Tells of Collision The P38 then hit the DC4 from above and on the right the towerman The DC4 broke in two at the point of con A V Its Aboot Time Werre Geltm em Back ft The Scots finally got back their years after the Eng lish swiped James Scotlands declared a state of siege in The Liberal partys decision to Soine complainants have charged keeper of made known Colombia Wednesday night and j seek impeachment of the president i that revenue agents are Wednesday he is in possession In Colombia Ouster Threat been to cases where agents had reason to suspect mistakes or falsifica Last such checks were About are expected to be made on that basis this It is the sampling of an addi tional that is believed to be causing the current 9 to guarantee possessions rash of Protests Mariano Ospina and honor of the j Require Written Records Grand total on strike and Idled 9 Lewis abruptly ended the 52day soft coal strike but said it will start again in three weeks unless a contract settlement is In a sharp reversal of the traditional no contractno work Lewis told his striking miners to resume digging coal immediately under the old contract that expired July Some mines began partial operations at Many othen reopened the mines to their midnight The job of relieving a coal short age that has hit householders and small consumers a hard blow in many parts of the country is ex pected to be going at a good pace by Some miners have offered to op erate on a sixday with time and a half pay for the sixth Offer SixDay Week There were some clouded spots in the immediate Union sources said the miners ex pect a continuation of royalty pay ments required under the old con Some southern operators had declined to make such payj ments after the old contract ex In Joseph president of the Southern Coal Producers told a reporter he wasnt so sure some of his oper ators would be willing to resume the 20 cents a ton With dramatic suddenness that caught government mediators and many industry representatives by Lewis summoned news men to announce that a strike truce had been declared until mid night Act of Good Faith He said it was an act of good designed to contribute to public Then he blasted the coal opera tors as brutal and arrogant In withholding their assent to a new He said they have shamed the precepts of morality by casting aside every restraint to their sordid and mercenary appe By returning to work at this Lewis the United Mine workers will again make another contribution of major magnitude to enhance the remote possibility of agreement being Raises Strike Threat Then he raised the threat of a new by saying It is urged that private house holders and public institutions pro vide themselves ad interim mean while with necessary coal sup plies to tide them over a further suspension period in the event that the contemptuous arrogance of the coal operators remains undi Lewis withheld a direct answer on whether he would take part in a joint mediation conference called in Washington Thursday by federal mediation Director Cyrus Ching has invited Lewis and rep resentatives of the coal operators to meet with him in an effort to find some basis for Called Before Truce He called the meeting before Lewis announced his The truce was approved by the I meeting in did not specify a mixed work Most mines operated five but Lewis cut down the work week to three before the The tract provided overtime after 40 hours district presidents on the UMW committee said miners probably will work a five fl slngle Warned Russ Ready ForWarffl LAKE ft warned in the United Nations Wednesday that she is ready to trade blow for blow in any new There is no need for any Soviet delegate Amazasp Arutiunian told the general assem blys political but we dont fear any Such We are wellprepared to trade blow for Arutiunian made the statement in an effort to bar the western powers from the former Italian colony of strategic north African territory which served as a battleground in World War Warning Falls The tough Soviet warning to sway the committee which recommended overwhelm ingly that Libya be granted inde pendence by with the western powers taking a big hand In interim Talk of war was heard from a different point of when British delegate Sir Alex ander Cadogan told the committee debating the atomic problem it was intolerable that Russia should subject the world to fear of an atomic war by refusing to accept the majoritybacked atom control Independence Okehed The plan for Libyan independ ence still has a rough road to travel before it will be Although it was approved in committee in paragraphbypara grapTi votes that far exceeded the twothirds needed for final pass age by the full its ulti hinges delicately on 59 members de about the other two segments of Benito Mussolinis for mer empire Somaliland and It appeared likely the majority would insist that proposals on all three of Italys former colonies be considered as a package and that the final decision be taken including Armij pregenlg Credentials 9 uriirvc in tut wi tact The forward section went i troops immediately marched into into a straight deep The tail i Bogota to maintain assembly fluttered to the with machmeeu Soldiers with machineguns pa He said Tiener could have trolled the streets and halted all mnr nn n talked to both pilots at once simply by pressing two buttons on his control board but did not do automobiles in search for con cealed The people were panicstricken was made public by Lleras j trating on middle income CAB General Counsel Emory and began fleeing for the safety unncley asked if such proi of their but later the city Restrcpo a few minutes after the meeting with The congressional delegation that met with Ospina was headed by Torres presirtpnt of the chamber of Barreto going back as far as 1914 pose supplemental The it is are being required to substantiate de ductions for business expenses with written was reported to have informed the The bureaus spokesman said codurc would not have been de was president that the Liberals had not decided on the exact Tigner It would seem Ospina announced the state of j grounds on which to place the such complaints apparently re flectpd a distorted picture of the sample dissolved the national conj impeachment proceedings before Only where fraud can be shown and set up a 9 curfew the is it legally possible to go back Nunnelev then two and a half hours after a con It was the more than three years in assessing Tirnpr was using the commission visited him Liberals would nhargp that the supplemental he He HP in of more than 200 Scottish his torical documents that Edward I of England took as war booty in Thirtyseven years after they were England promised to give them back when she signed a peace treaty with But 609 more years passed and England still hiing on to In 1937 parliament passed a law to restore them to the but 12 years more passed and no Last week Fergusson went o and told him it would explore president had disrupted the notpd that under the lew tax down to the public records of it profitable to restore all celled But he predicted i that roads which do restore service would be able to do so in a week or 10 At the C i O rail road said it would have most of its furloughed workers back on the job in eight It expected coal shipments to be received in about three The Chicago and Northwestern railroad said that it expected to restore cancelled trains only a day or two after the ICC acts to lift I the cutback Still Not Sure At New the Pennsylvania railroad said it wouldnt know for several days when it would start recalling furloughed work ers and restore 103 cancelled The New York Central said that j none of its H6 cancelled passen ger trains would be restored Im because the end of the coal strike doesnt end the it merely defers i The NYC said it had only a lit tie more than two weeks coal re I serves and that the threat of an one half miners and soft coal miners west of the Mississippi river ended their sympathy strike on Lewis inght I anthracite the new minister of the Philippines presented his creden tials to King George VI in a Buck ingham palace audience Wednes PAYOFF IX DECEMBER fmts o an to m wou expore sn impeaching i cal order in the country and had j payers must prepared to back fice in London and lugged the j other walkout the end of the t he replied A radio broadcast at it said denied the nation its elementary up claims for business expense dc papers back in two parcels to i month would force it to conserve u is iLf I ductions with written I the state of siege was declared 1 the general register house 1 Disabled Vets Dependents Undergo Check by 9 The Veterans administration is checking over the files of disabled war veterans who may become eligible 1 for allow ances for their The payments for these depend the agency may amount to a They are provided for under public law 339 of the 81st con approved 10 to become effective next Until only veterans with serviceconnected disabilities rated 80 or greater have been entitled to allowances for their The new law extends these al lowances to veterans with service connected disabilities as low M The monthly allowance for wardisabled veterans with 100 addition to tJwtr own personal 121 for a 435 for a wife tod for a and two 556 for a wife and three or more for a child but no for two chil dren for three or mow chil dren for a dependent par ent and for two dcpOMtnt A veteran with a 50 rating would receive half of Uit top Veterans compensated tor peace time service disability 80 of the appllcabU warttow amount   

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