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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS fatenooutaJB Network Station KALL Through WEATHER uow flurriM Fritejr fend 28 SALT LAKE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Examine Hat of Victim in Brutal Holdup Roberts Ofden police ftffi and Deputy Sheriff Zenas Bennett of Davis county hftt found beside nay STAGGERS MILE FOR AID tobben brutally wounded Homer grocery store and stole 900 in pay roll currency from him Davis Grocer Shot Trio Gets Layton he received in bills in of which CAUAPA vrrTArtT nnvi was new and SAHARA By JOHNSON Tribune Learn Win Truman Halts Gold Price Increase Talk 10 UP Harry E Truman Thurs day acted to silence once and for Jin This j all rumors the united States will menpnl according to Vird j Who apparently used a hitchj who said he thought hiker ruse to snare their victim Biack started back toward his brutally shot Homer the dollar by increasing the price of He told a news conference em Tle first time he xvas again phaticallv that the price of gold a grocery store and geeri was when he staggered not be raised ag j he to 3 Thursday Zero Hour for Pact Terms Waiting Okeh Today Would Put Back on Job 10 Giajcit Steel big gest holdout in the 41dayold steel meet with CIO Philip Murray at 10 Friday to present formally pen sion offer that will send big steel employes back to the The settlement offer was shown to CIO counsel Arthur Goldberg Thursday in a lengthy meeting with company They went over the wording of the com panys be fore presenting it to CIOU S W and the negotiating committee Release Committee David secretary treasurer of the U S said We have released the negoti ating committee until Friday morning when Murray will meet with The lawyers are still Murray announced that he would meet with his negotiating committee at 9 to go over the proposals then go into a joint ses sion with big steel officials an hour He said the wagepolicy which ap proves all big will meet at 3 if everything goes on If the big steel proposal is the costly walkout that had threatened to plunge the na tion into economic chaos will have virtually Talks Snag Meanwhile two mediumsized companies ran into trouble trying to settle strikes at their The union rejected a pension offer made by Wheeling Steel and threatened to pull maintenance men out of Pittsburgh Steel Lawyers for the Steel and the union went over the legal phraseology of the offer before it is presented to Murray and his Although details of the plan were kept it was be lieved patterned after the Bethle hem settlement which calls for companyfinanced pensions and a contributory insur ance The corporation employs some in plants scattered throughout the It pro duces about 32 of the nations When Steel signs Use Atom to TQ TRUMAN Soviet to Have ABombs Envoy Says LAKE 10 Andrei Viahiiwky declared Thursday the Soviet Union is utilizing atomic energy not to stockpile atom bombs but for vast mountain moving and detert watering projects aimed at expanding the Soviet He that if it became necessary for Russia to The 41yearold cabinet officer who is known to his friends as amass atomic bombs we should have as many of these we Krug Quits Cabinet Post In Surprise Declaration 10 of the Interior Julius Krug announced his resignation Thursday before Harry S Truman even knew he was Julius Krug Interior chief resigns without sin Rumors have circulated here i back at and Black walked nearly mile to obtain aid and the His assailants parently left tlie area in an tomobile before he could summon but Thursday night a search was in progress throughout the intermountain Black was in fair condition Thursday night at an Ogden hos pital Picked Up Hlkpr The victim apparently picked up hitchhiker en route from Lay ton to his store with for cashing pay roll The hitchhiker and two accomplices in the back blood 1 and abroad that the United States i Immediately my but robbed him of about his store about 2 according to his face covered with bloi i cuiu oui i ately my Ly increase ita gold now man and I ran from the the store to Black world said Otto ambulance See Page Column 3 i revealed his decision in terse statement issued through the interior department information j The president did not know of Krugs letter of resignation until later when he went home to Blair house after a long day in the While Via Wire Ticker The news had reached the Whit House earlier via a wire service It was an unusual way for of a major government particularly a cabinet to be Ordinarily it is done through the White More often it to accompanied by a presidential announcement of a In this it is gen erally expected that 52yearold undersecretary of interior Oscar Chapman will be promoted to Krugs an ardent administra tion has strong politi cal connections with the which Krug Date Undisclosed Krug did not say in his brief announcement when he is quit nor why he has chosen this But a White House spokes man said his letter to Truman was very All Krug said in his terse an nouncement was I am 1 have wanted i fg to for a long Cap Krug was the youngest cabinet officer since Alexander Krug was educated as an en gineer but has spent a large part of his working life in government positions such as the Tennessee Lewis Spurns Stalls Peace Talks 10 A snub from John Lewis Thurs day delayed government efforts to end the soft dispute which led to the recent nationwide Federal Mediation Chief Cyrus Ching had asked sides to been dissatisfied with the way a conference here Thurscwy mornKrug run the interior President Leads Nation Today In Peace9 Rites Nov 10 Harry S Truman will lead the nation in observance of Armistice day Friday by laying a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier in Arlington national The ceremonies in the famous burial ground will be sponsored by the American George national commander of the will deliver the prin cipal For people Armi stice falling on will mean a threeday With balmy weather forecast for Fri day in many numerous people were planning outof town The it was had tapped its bank accounts hard to assure it plenty of cash for the long week The Fed eral reserve board reported a increase in money in circulation during the week ended valley the war produc tion board and the cabinet post he has led since Rumors of Strife There have been reports that influential Democrats have Lewis failed to show addition some people close to who went on strike 1 will be ing instead curt thut president felt that Krug didnt his representatives would be here j offer much help in the Democrats Driver Gains Extra Buck Anamazed bus driver arrived who followed in a yellow convertin Lake City Thursday night ible forced him to drive with an extra fare on his hands behind a haystack near a sidei The driveri Max of Lewis lost a race with the Only Maxwell Denied Troops Guard Major Part John secretary of the treasury repeatedly has denied j 1 1 the rumors but they have per11 If I The presidents statement j apparently was designed to scotch uphill fight in the 1948 But Ching replied that he had president Story on other things to do The mildmannered smart ing front1 the appeared at first about to check the deadlock to Harry S he hed keep Mines Reopened who put his strik ing coal diggers back to work Thursday for three said DEMAND them for Truman replied with a categorical no when asked if the reports are 10 I through his office here that his Conservative government I were busv SettinS the work resumed to enter negotia clamped a heavy army and police tions set for As long as i am president of on most of that explanation did not the United he the i day and its own party called for a come until late in the It value of gold is i 27 election as was hours after the mediation service had been trying to get clarification of a typically curt where they robbed him and shot He mately inon Within a had entered the market and called managed to walk he was mcj y a mile to his store to sum A few mUps soulh Qf several Navaho Indian pasj few minutes after he d m the bus anM fallpn i h they get some sheepskins To the man in the an increase in the price of gold would mean the dollar in his pocket would buy less at the corner grocery than it does Just how much less would depend on the amount of Dollar Worth 47c The present dollar i 27 election as The in the midst of a bloody presidential election cam paign was under a state of a modified form of martial Mariano Ospina Conserv ative decreed the state of siege Wednesday night after the worth congresSi controlled by the rival Free Reds Told 10 UP United States has de manded the release of an American diplomat and four staff members jailed by the Chinese Communists in it was disclosed The state department made pub lic a letter from Edmund Lewis message to Ching Wednesj IT s consul general in Peiping day It read I to Chinese Communist Foreign Department of i Minister Chou Enlai demanding Your Mine i the Of Angus for the entire north Davis 47 threatened to im the luggage valle in 1934 when the price of peach mm Tne action suspended congressional proceed Liberals Confer A short while later they j gold was raised to from but investigating walked up to the drivers seat witn an Purpose of an increased maC papOOSe now would be twofold orncers saiQ tne joooers pioutui the vnen more to had opportunity to escape bus reached Great Britain and the sterling the The John bloc countries such as Canada and the Union of South Africa which line jonn who w 33 years s p in Ogden where he f wanted to go on with Hies the The r workers representation will be your office oclock Where Is Lewis Lewis communicated through his headquarters Nobody knew where the miners leader him self consul at and four of his staff The dated said the government views with concern the arbitrary Pilot Swears He Didnt Get Warning 10 UP pilot Erick Rios Bri doux swore in his testimony made public Thursday that the National airport control tower never warned him about the Eastern airliner his P38 sent crashing to earth here last The first official state ment from the only survivor of the aerial tragedy which killed 55 was read to a Civil Aero nautics investigating It con tradicted claims by tower offi cials that they tried frantically to get Rios to change his to Left The Bolivian ace said his first inkling of catastrophe was when parts of the big DC4 transport exploded about his fighter He immediately cut the he and his P38 began its sickening plunge into the Potomac He said he did hear the tower radio say clear to the term sometimes used to warn air craft on the ground of approach ing that it was not addressed to They never told turn he Wasnt Confused The Bolivian was asked if it detention of the five were possible he might have con and called it a clear violation of j fused a B25 bomber which made the established principles of ini a simulated landing at the airport ternational comity The operators were standing by Ward and his four assistants just before the collision with the plane he thought had Village Market is ated under the same In Fair Condition Black was shot once through the left side of the back In the abdominal the bul let lodging just under the skin in front of the body once in the back of the and once through the end of the He was reported in fair condi tion at Benedicts their followers to boycott the j ference with Lewis and Ching i 27 were in when the mediator disclosed that i bLnf SK Liberal party who asked I Thursday morning for the con have been in Mukden since i He said it was possible but not She went 24 when they were arrested i probable that he would confuse a on whst the state department has B25 and a C45 in view of his described as ft trumped up I aircraft recognition charge of beating a Chinese emj His 42page statement was in United Frees Million Seized From OU Magnate in 1942 10 Jft The I the News said Treasury following an abdominal Rocky Mountain News said ThursSecretary Morgenthau announced that tight controls had been placed over treasury The robbery and shooting were day the fedcral government has believed to have occurred where his enclosed delivery truck was released to Henry Blackmer found hidden behind some hay more than which it stacks about a half mile southfroze in of Sahara Village and a half The News said the money was west of the LaytonHill force i found in New Yorks banks un base I der unnamed accounts and ac The holdup trio apparently left counts credited to Swiss and Lon the badly wounded near hisdon banks which were acting as believing he was Blackmers Black left the Sahara Vil Oil millionaire Blackmer recent lage store about 130 paid a fine in Denver passport in 3927 when Blackmer The press cording to Otto op for income tax He pft refused to return and face the ini Bogota is under a 9 to 4 series due June and in series B notes due March Also blocked were in cash and several million dollars of municipal The News said the funds were frozen on the grounds that Black then living in was Its statement appealed to all Colombians to maintain law and rritnrr then took this slap at the BIG THREE MELTING Liberals The violence against authori ties and citizens now has found the necessary If the state of siege continues some difficulty may be experienced i 11 in holding the election at the regu lar See Page Column 1 Allies Prime Bonn State for West Role Suspends Activities but the French i to join the European the j high commissioner said they would unofficial parliament of western Britain announced Friday they be used as a basis for negotia1 European nations seeking had drawn up a plan aimed at j tions with the German The communique said the min The United and Under a state ot political bringing western Germany closer He added When you isembiies and similar activities to the status of a fullfledged you dont te assemblies are 1 member of the European commu Congress has been nty of western The congressional presi dential the railway city hall and other public buildings in Bogota are cordoned considered an enemy The I by heavily armed Rein state department had revoked his j forced police patrol the nnssnnrt in 1S27 when Blackmer The press is under strict censor eratnr of the rnpat market in the the during the congressional tax store to co to Lsyton for lunch investigation of the Teapot Dome The article indicated that the excfpt for the pres to bring back currency to oil scandal and remained sbrosd unfreezing took place at about the ence of the Bogota Hill Air Force base for 26 a fugitive from an time the government agreed to business theaters income tax I drop felony charges if Blackmer i and public utilities are function The ministers of the three west ern powers worked out their plan at a twoday meeting then enter nego tell the other party what your position A communique was drawn up by of State Dean Ache British Foreign Ernest isters had acted on the expecta tion that the west German govern ment would give further evidence of its pacific intentions and its sincere desire to associate itself with those nations devoted to the Bevin and French Foreign Minisj cause of democracy and Justice gave their Allied high commis1 ter Robert Schuman at the close under law and sioners for Germany authority to of their carry it It was couched in general The commissioners will relay the It said the ministers had de plan to the officials of the westlcided to support and foster the German government at The progressive integration of the Ger unn A ft A intfi t Vt A n Then the communique added that it was decided to the high commissioners for western Germany certain powers and in structions which will permit them should more and no In a dramatic surprise appear ance before the 59nation special political committee of the United Prime Minister Josef Stalins top diplomat said We in the Soviet union are util izing atomic but not in order to stockpile atomic bombs I am convinced that unfortunately and to our great re gret this were should have as many of these as we should mom and no For Economic Needs Right now we are utilizing atomic energy for our economic needs in our own economic in We are razing moun tains we are irrigating deserts we are cutting through UM jungle and the tundra we spreading pros perity and welfare in places where the human footstep had not been seen for thousands of Wednesday a Sovietlicensed newspaper in Berlin said the Rus sians had used atomic energy to blast an entire mountain to open the way for a manmade river bigger than the English The newspaper said a power plant 800 times bigger than capacity of the Hoover Boulder dam will be built in southwestern Russia to turn a desert into irrigated lor cotton Attacks Control Flan fraynaiMd Soviet foreign minister at the Mine made a bitter attack on plan for prohibiting atomic bombs and controlling energy which has the support of the Brit and and a great majority of all United Redfaced and flailinghis arms through the he shouted There is not an atom of control in the American atom control Vishinsky said the fivepower western plan is doomed to fail ure and asserted that the crux of the inability to reach agreement on atomic energy con trol is a desire by the to monopolize control over tlM worlds atomic Peaceful Cooperation We want no world he The Soivet Union stands squarely on grounds of peace ful He declared the big powers not closer to a solution of an atomic control plan than they three years ago and attributed lack of progress to the attitude expressed last April 6 by Harry S At that the president told a group of congressmen in Wash ington he believed it never would be necessary to drop another atom bomb but he would not hesitate to use the bomb again for the wel fare of the Truman then referred to his decision to drop atom on Japan in 1945 and added Now I believe that we are in a position where we will never have to make that decision but if it has to be made for welfare of United and the democra cies of the world are at I wouldnt hesitate to make it Official Critical of State John Hickerson told newsmen afterward that he believed Vishinskys state ment was full of distortions and based on a misunderstanding of the Baruch Hickerson said the Soviet for eign minister gave no indication that he had read or understood this one vital The delegations toprank ing atomic expert said claims that Russian engineers had split moun tains and cleared deserts empha sized the importance of the control scheme unlike con ventional heavy atom plants can be converted to war uses in secrecy and without Mountainsplitting with atomic energy is completely new to he I had not thought of At rjrit National bank mi At the time funds were j would return to the Jing normally Benelux The man people into the Europeanitc achieve the aims indicated It was Ruarian Netherlands and community j spokesman told the reported to have approved Diplomatic sources said this i Acheson refused to disclose the I that the most important par Strict secrecy surrounded the possibly meant an early formal i nature of the given ion in United StatMdjdMt nature of the instructions to the i invitation to   

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