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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Mondtj Throufh Friday WEATHER Fair and wmttnued M M 33 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Grocer Picks ExConvict As Assailant Beaten Utahn Accuses Suspect In Lineup at Ogden By JOIINSON TriMne LUMd Win 51year old former convict identified by Homer Sahara Village as the man who robbed him of and then him in the was in custody of Ogden police Tues day under cash bond on a robbery Thats enough Thats him 1 Thats enough Thats him I dont want any Get him cut of shouted Black as he picked the alleged Albert Dewey 1915 Grant from a group of plain clothes officers in the grocers hospital room Tuesday Restrain Relatives Immediate relatives of Black started for the but were restrained by the and Sheriff and Gaines was back to Weber county where he has been since about With him at the hospital were Sheriffs LeGrand Davis and Mac Weber and the two Ogden police officers who arrested him at an undisclosed address in southwest Frank Reeder and Roberts Sheriff Hess at called County Attorney Keith Davis who prepared a complaint alleging robbery of Black which was later issued by Jens justice of the peace at Seized In Home Late Tuesday afternoon Gaines was taken by Sheriff Hess and Deputy Arch Peterson to the home of the where he was ar raigned and given five days in which to procure an Bail was set at The arrest of according to police and followed an unrelenting search for the man who was not at first but who later was revealed to police by Dets Reeder and Carver held sack near the suspects on another went to the place where he was later picked by the He offered no they said beyond running to the base ment of the house to He was taken into custody when it was found he had no arms and was stockingfooted as he Search for Gun Officers searched the home of the suspected who al legedly robbed Black of 000 Thursday after shooting him three but could find none of the money They were also looking for the gun used in shooting down the unresisting Gaines police record includes ft Utah state prison sentence of one to 10 years for grand larceny begun July 1921 a San Quen prison sentence of one to 14 years for begun and a prison term of 10 years to life for second degree for which Albert Dewey Gaines Homer Black picked htm from NAZI VOICE Hitler Stooge Held Guilty Of Treason he served 20 May getting out Late Tuesday Sheriff Hess said he would ask Stable for a robbery complaint against Samuel 42525th who is believed to be the driver of the yellow convertible car which fol 15 UP Burgman as Joe Scanlon broadcast radio propaganda for Hitler during the was convicted of treason He face penalties which could include The jury deliberated four hours and 45 The men and five women found the 53yearold Minnesota born defendant guilty of 13 overt acts of as charged by the Judge Defers Sentence He faces penalties ranging from five years in prison to Fed eral Judge Alexander who heard the deferred sen The who suffered a Plunging Auto Kills USAC Duo in Logan Costs Lives of 24 Sinks Into Canal Tribune Leased Wire stu dents at Utah State Agricultural college were killed Tuesday about when an auto mobile plunged over an embank ment of Logan into a Walter about West was pro nounced dead on arrival at a Lo gan and the body of Jane about was discovered under a cul vert of the canal about A pulmotor failed to revive Search for Others Police were investigating a statement by unidentified wit nesses that a convertible with the top been rac ing with another car and was side swiped prior to the It was not established that the racing car and the death auto were the Krauth was taken imme diately to the hospital by pass Police and volunteers searching for possible other occupants found Miss Chisholm lodged against rocks 250 inside the culvert about 270 from the accident She was removed by Don USAC stu aided by Don another student Water was about three Pulmotor Fails Police Ray Jones applied artificial respiration while the fire department pulmotor was being A physician pro nounced her A freshman and a resident of Lund Miss Chisholm was a daughter of and Krauth was a senior and active in the campus Reserve Of ficers Training He resided Nationalists Shell American Ship Out of Shanghai Craft Carrying Six Women Flees With Battered Hull By WALTER SULLIVAN ABOARD THE FLYING 15 Chinese Nationalist warship Tuesday shelled thU American mer chant marine vessel carrying six women homeward to America from The ships hull was blownin by fire in iev eral but no one was The ship had been halted near the mouth of the Yangtze by a Nationalist formerly a Acheson Tells Meet Data To President High Price of Contempt Attorneys for U M W hand to clerk check for paying contempt fine filed against union for last years An additional in cash later was presented to meet the fine levied against John Lewis for refusing to call off Pictured Welly and Earl U M W with Harry clerk of district at Woodruff residence College authorities were seek ing to notify relatives of both students late Police said they will try to de termine events preceding the ac and determine whether an inquest will be held on a basis of futrher The mishap occurred near the slight heart attack last heard the verdict from a wheel His face was pale but be trayed no emotion as jury fore Homer announced The jury finds the defendant guilty as j Burgman was accused of broad1 casting as Joe Scanlon over station debunk in 1942 in an at tempt to destroy American Defense James Laugh lin demanded that the jurors who had twice returned during the afternoon for further be polled Each arose in his turn and Ask for Explanation The panel reached its decision shortly after retiring for the second time after asking Judge Holtzoff for more complete ex planation of the laws covering the question of insanity and The defense was built around the claim that Burgman was The foreman said the jury took three The first vote was 10 to and the second 11 to and the third Various psychiatrists who testi Logan temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday The which distributes water from Logan is about 100 feet down the steep embankment from the It is almost a sheer drop from the read to the Truman Eyes Coal Truce Bid to Lewis lowed Black after he during the fiveweek trial up the hitch hiking gunman last j labeled Burgman as a schizo a pathological Milque Also held by Sheriff Wade in j and a neurotic who was Weber county jail is Joe sane at all 437 Binford who has In the the alleged traitors been questioned by officers after i wife wept softly and was consoled was reportedly studied by the defendants 26yearold 15 The White House may ask John Lewis for a 60day truce said This close adviser of Harry S Truman said some White House officials favor quick use of the in junction provisions of the Taft Hartley law to bar a new mine strike on The present truce declared by Lewis expires Another group of White House according to this wants Truman to offer Lewis a special factfinding board outside the TaftHartley UMW Pay Strike Fines to UMW Alleges Gouge This he if ac call for a truce of at his for possible connection to the BOTH TICKETS Jimmy Tosses Hat in Ring For California Governor LOS 15 James the late FDRs eldest Tuesday announced his candidacy for the Democratic and Republican nominations for gov ernor of California in the 1950 At the same time he made a move for White House He said he will do his best to bring Harry S Trumans fair deal to Asked at a press conference if that meant that he approved of the fair deal program in its Roosevelt said he He also told the press confer ence that while lie disapproved of the California law which permits a candidate to file for the nomina tion by more than one he will do Thus he will be running not only as a the party his fainter restored to power in M a He said his Eleanor will not be asked to participate in his cam Pointing up the bitter dispute between the miners and Lewis union headquarters issued a statement saying two big coal companies have raised coal prices to the retail dealer from 25 to 75c a The statement quoted a union spokesman as saying the coal companies are setting the stage for a gigantic price gouge of the American The statement continued Aid Staff 15 UP Lewis and his United Mine Workers union Tuesday paid the government in fines for refusing to bliey a court order directing them to call off last years coal Court officials ssaid it may be the largest such fine in Union over the moneyas government officials dis closed that Lewis may be in for similar treatment in the present coal deadlock if he refuses to sign a contract with bituminous oper ators or rejects a government offer to settle his dispute outside the TaftHartley Lewis Not Present They said that if he is forced to do Harry S Truman again will invoke the antistrike injunction provisions of the labor It was the TaftHartley statute that led to the fines paid by Lewis and the UMW attorneys delivered the money to the government in the office of Harry chief clerk of the District of Columbia federal Lewis was not nor did he attend the final court scene before Judge Alan Goldsbor the man who levied the Lose Court Appeal At the brief Samuel Abrams of the attorneys informed Judge Golds borough the union and government attorneys had agreed on a final statement disposing of the Hull handed the statement to the who then adjourned the The union put up all the handing the government a certified check for its fine and paying out in cash for the fine imposed on Of the goes to the District of Columbia because it pays 60 of court costs here and the rest goes to the The fines were levied in April j and the case finally ended i last when the supreme court refused to review These unjustified price in creases undoubtedly will lead to a further rooking of the American but he remarked She pays peopie bv other And then as these fat corpora tions will try to blame the Theyll tell you that the men frequent visits to member of her I hope that duringthe winter she will pay us a who served with who go down into the pits and marines as a colonel during the i their union leaders are pricing coal has been a California resident j out of the the coal 11 He will be 42 years old next Announcement of his candidacy miners are still working under the terms of last years And last yaar the industry made was to be repeated on two radio j more money than ever broadcasts later Tuesday The statement said that the but he released copies of his speech latest wholesale price increases i probably will mean a boost from ton in retail coal i at the press He said Every resident of California 50c to who is willing and able to work has the right to find a job at a fair j there were some re wage and underdedirable verberations from a sharp cut in the staff of Lewis United Mine He told the press conference that in this he included any resi dent of another state who might chooat to in Workers unions welfare fund Between 300 and 400 of the funds employes received discharge Truman Projects ThreeWeek Florida Vacation 15 Harry S Tru man will fly 28 to Key his favorite vaca tion for a threeweek the White House announced Charles presidential press said Tru man will use the time in Florida to rest and to work on his state of the union and other messages to be submitted to congress early in The White House social secre James mean while said and Tru man will observe Thanksgiving with the usual turkey dinner in their temporary home here at Blair Their daughter Margaret will not be home for because she is on a con cert Helm told re Trumans George Wallace and his from will join the Trumans at the Thanks giving Air Force Hints Million Plane Contracts 15 sources reported Tuesday that the air force soon will announce the purchase of more than worth of Contracts are being awarded under the recently enacted mili tary appropriation law for this fiscal They are expected to use up more than half of the air forces funds for such pur poses in the 1950 fiscal Congress granted the air force to buy air craft during fiscal amount that would have paid for a 58group But Harry S Truman held up of this and told the air forces to bulid up a 48group of Air Stuart Sym ington then tentatively approved for plane pro after slicing another from the appro priation approved by Tru Mediators Avert Ship Officer Strike 15 UP ship officers strike that had threatened to tie up half the na tions commercial shippig was postponed Tuesday night by the ship owners and the Mates and Pilots union A F L at the governments The which had 2000 east and gulf coast deck officers alerted to quit their ships at agreed at the last minute to a 30 day postponement after 12 hours of negotiations sponsored by the federal mediation Halted Twice Before Assistant mediation chief Wil liam who conducted the talks here Monday and Tues said the strike was postponed until The union had postponed the walkout twice before since the current contract Truman Vows FullDress Rights Battle 15 UP Harry S Truman promised retreat Tuesday night in the I battle for his controversial civil rights Speaking at the annual meeting of the National Council of Negro he said the American peo pis have a deep interest in pro viding freedom and opportunity to all without racial religious We are awakened as never be fore to the true meaning of equal he We are going to continue to advance in our pro gram of bringing equal rights and equal opportunities to all Theres No Retreat In that great there is no retreat and no retirement It was the second time within a week that Truman has made a strong speech for the civil rights program which has evoked a bit ter dispute with southern members of the Democratic Friday night he made a similar speech before the National Conference of Christians and They reflect his determination that congress pass anti poll and Crow and fair employment laws despite southern opposition and the split it provokes in his own political Four states in the traditionally Democratic south bolted Tru man in the 1948 election because of his stand for the civil rights They May Repeat They may do it again iMie seeks reelection in Tuesday night he renewed his civil rights pledge at the end of an address devoted principally to the development of political and economic freedom and opportunity throughout the He expressed confidence that the 14yearold council of Negro wom en and its Mary Mc Leod Bethunc who is retiring as president this continue to support those goals through such instruments as the United Nations and his own point four dispute began Margolis said the months ex tension could be terminated byj cither the union or past and gulf coast operators if they give writ1 ten notice by next i Margolis said that if either I party calls off the the strike j will go on at noon He j said this proviso was written into j the truce agreement so that par ties will be able to confer with their Affects 500 Ships Frank president of i the merchant marine institute and chiof spokesman for the had said the strike would eventual ly have kept more than 500 passen ger and dry cargo ships now in port from going to Others plan of economic aid to underde veloped a United States destroyer escort armed with threeinch It was being held captive with two British likewise fully loaded with passengers from Early this 9000ton ship was stopped by a single shot and was ordered to The boarding party of two young Kuo mintang naval officers was ad vised that the ship carried a cargo of Economic Cooperation adminis as well as goods loaded at Flashes by Light The flashing by advised the ship to return to Shanghai and discharge her cargo and Chinese Actually the only Chinese aboard is the wife of a homewardbound Amer ican The Flying Cloud replied that she intended to go out on the afternoon Then the destroyer escort flashed I am so I havent the au thority to let you Two British vessels have been at anchor about one week and are still Your government is so kind to our I hope you do not dis turb my duty and will accept my advice to proceed to Shanghai and discharge your Both the British and the Amer ican governments have declared the blockade At the shin began heaving in her an chor the passengers were or dered to proceed to the most shel tered passageway below decks alongside the engine Speed was gained as rapidly as Against Ships Hun The sky was overcast with hazing the businesslike silhouette of the Americanbuilt destroyer but soon she flashed fore and aft with Fortymillimeter projectiles ex ploded against the Flyinsr Clouds hull plates at almost point blank One threeinch shell plunged into the hull exploding in 4 Fragments flew and In vestigation Tuesday night revealed a hole in the hull the size of a port The six women ranging in age rfom 21 to 29 stood with the male passengers on the side of the en gine room away from the This being entirely couldnt reply to the but the sound of shells of many cali bers hitting her hull filled the ship with bursts of Loud Claxon Sounds the loud claxon sound Passengers were be Heving it was an but it was only a signal to relieve the An engineer said that the ships routine was not to be bullets or no Even the cooks kept on tending the stoves in the The warship could not leave its British charges lest they as that once this ship was Tast them she was safe and in a short time reached a British frigate on watch just outside of what the British interpret as the limit of the Chinese territorial Quick examination showed no serious Crew members scoured the decks and were pick ing up shell fragments even before the ship was out of range of the warships 15 UK of State Dean Acheson Krted to Harry 8 Truman fuesday on new German measures worked out by the Big Three for eign ministers at Returning here from a week ong visit to the French capital and to Germany Acheson expressed himself as being highly pleased with the results of hie His twoday conference with Foreign Minister Ernest Bevln of Britain and Robert Schurnan of he was entirely harmonious and the three reached full with eaders in Germany were very satisfying for Acheson told Acheson was met at the air port by Truman and a score of top state department and western ambas sadors when his fourengined spe cial a doubledecked Strata set down at At his regular weekly news con ference Wednesday Ach eson U expected to discuss hia European mission and go into other matters awaiting hia attention fat eastern ques He told reporters Tuesday that he intends to resume hid personal concern with the case of Ameri can consul general Angus Ward who has been in Jail in Communist since He said he wants to get the very latest information on the Ward case before discussing it Assassins of Gandhi Hanged Secretly in Ancient Jail would have been came into idled as they Margolis said no new negotia tiating meetings have been schcd hut that it was understood the union and the ship owners will meet next woek in New The chief issue in the dispute i is the union demand for a rotary i hiring hall Under the i all deck officers below the rank of chief officer would go to the 15 Two Hindu Nationalists were hanged secretly at the centuryold Ambala jail Tuesday for the as sassination of Mohandas Gand the Hindu spiritual leader they regarded as a bar to a united Their bodies were Narayan the trigger and Narayan who directed the dropped simulta neously through the gallows trap within the jail compound after shouting together May united India be We salutethe holy Their like that of will be consigned to one of Indias holy but the time and place remain a Officials wish to avoid having such a ritual made the occasion for Nationalist dem A captain in the Indian army bottom of the hiring list on com1 during War II and later the pletion of a I editor of a Poona Godse testified at his trial he venerated the but slew the for try ing to end the strife between Mos lems and Thousands died in the conflict incident to the for mation of Pakistan from eastern and western sections of India in Apte was the publisher of the newspaper Godse In addition to those four men received life terms for par ticipation in the plot against Gand Another was A witness said Godse and Apte smiled as they walked to the their foreheads painted with sacred Each carried a small presumably containing the Bhaga vat Hindu Their hands tied behind their backs they were still smiling as black hoods were placed on their trap iprung at 8 West Germany Chief Bares Gains at Paris 15 UP German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer disclosed that the big three powers had agreed to curtail sharply the dis mantling of German industry and to let the western state build big ger and faster seagoing merchant ships and establish Adenauer revealed these de velopments in an address before the west German said the steps were among concessions which the big three allies decided upon at the recent Paris Other The according to Ade agreed to Slow down dismantling to a virtual standstill until an allied German committee completes a thorough review of the Admit the West German re public into many international or Elimination of conditions created by the technical state of war that still exists between Ger many and the This amounted to a partial suspension of the state of Adenauer said complete suspension was not possible now because of legal Okeh Merchant Fleet Allow the construction of bigger and faster of Cterman Establishment consulates In the west German chan cellor reiterated his earlier of the following security guar antees to the allies Full recognition and participa tion in the Ruhr authority with western occupation and Benelux countries which include Holland and Luxem bourg cooperation with the allied security designed to Germany disarmed and coopwa tion with allied poli cies in Adenauer said the dismantling slowdown would not include cate gory one or clusively concerned with   

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