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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS latermouaUia Network KALL ait 1ibtuu WEATHER Mr 34 SALT LAKE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Stymied Coal Dispute Handed to Truman As Truce Period Ching Tabs Further Talk Useless 16 deadlocked coal dispute was put in Harry S Trumans Wednesday for With a new coal strike threatened in two Cyrus federal mediation service turned the whole con tract dispute over to Truman as A quick White house decision FISTS FLY Ouster Spurs Seamen Riot NEW lundredi of seamen milled in shouting throng in and around the CIO National Mari ime Union headquarters Wednes day in a factional row that erupted into minor violence and threatened nore trouble FiRtfights broke A man was hauled bodily from a tele phone A newspaper photog rapher was A right wing union official was rescued by police from a crowd of about Adrian vice president of the was slugged and cut about the head while police struggled to hold back insurgent angry over suspen sion of several of their number from union Seamen Jack and Leo were arrested and charged with assaulting Well get you others yelled at the union was possibly in an effort to prevent a new mine walkout on iMJuaetteei It was indicated Truman will 1 Give John Lewis of the United Mine Workers a chance to submit his demands to a special factfinding board if Lewis balks at 1 invoke the Tart Hartley laws strikebanning court injunction Some observers believed that the president may reveal his de cision in the mining dispute dur ing the course of his regular Thursday afternoon press confer ence 2 City Ching reported in person to the White then followed up with written to Truman on how to handle Lewis from here on It is our considered judgment that further mediation at this time would be Ching told re Differences between tht oper ators and United Mine Workers are so Ching told that any additional peace confer ences he arranges might retard rather than accelerate contract Wants Board He declined to make his He said he was kicked in the head by five Police finally escorted the last of the besieged union leaders out of the building after sug gestions But it was re Another rightwing union memported Ching favored giving Lewis Joseph was treated the same sort of special fact at Vincents hospital empowered to recommend settlement as Truman established in the recent steel in dustry pension The president may publicly pro pose such a board at his news con ference with proviso that Lewis action for at least 60 Lewis has expressed doubt that any such board could help settle the tightly knotted Ching was reported to have told the White House that the only alternative to the special factfind ing board plan is use of the Taft Hartley Truce End That opposed by both the possibility that Glenda Joyce Brispresident and also calls for Lgh 7yearold Burley may have been kidnaped was An injunction to stop a pressed early Thursday by Casnew strike 1 could be sought sia County Sheriff Saul j under TaftHartley Officers at Burley identified the ist missing child as a daughter of expire at the end of thi3 monthu and Charles Lewis wants more wages and They said ashorter hours for the and truck was en route to Boise j money for their welfare Idaho Sheriff Fears 17 Mediator Suggests Ways to Handle Lewis Federal mediation director Cyrus in shown he discussed the soft coal dispute with presidential assistant John Steelman at the White House With the truce near Ing Ching suggested by which John IT M W could be brought to h has been financed by a y Britain Warns Russ Time Running Out LAKE 16 warned in the United Wednesday that time for an understanding is running and Russia replied quickly that common ground for eastwest cooperation can be British Minister of State Hector charging the Kremlin with as attempt to murder said the danger of accidental war will never be absent unless Russia lefts the dron said west may have to cut relations with Moscow to a Reply Mild This brought an unusually mild reply from Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei who insisted Truman Toasts Criticizes Russia 20 ABOARD Envoy Arrest Bars Okeh of China Reds 16 UP of State Dean Ache son Wednesday blasted the Chinese Communists for arresting Angus and said the incident has killed any chance of early American recognition of the Red He also disclosed At a news con when the child disappeared but was tonnage royaliy on coai pro intercepted and turned back for i I wth i their part the operators j that the capitalist west and the Communist east could find a way I to Vishinsky ran through his cus tomary sion against Russia that it need lessly atombombed Japanese civilians at Hiroshima that it is Korean Communists to help free two American foreign aid Albert Willis and Alfred Mesch held since Fires Sharp Protest And he announced the State de partment has fired a sharp protest at the Chinese Nationalist govern ment for the shelling of the freighter Flying Cloud off Shang hai His remarks indicated top the renegade The sheriff said the girl reportwant Id I But his tone lacked the familiar edly entered a dark blue or black with tightened controls over weljvenom and observers agTeed the automobile near her home about fare Wnd expenditures and some h Qne of Clark said j insurance against frequent strikes a 6yearold playmate said the car was driven by a Miners Qet priority No Description 41 i Clark said road tave j Back to PltS been set up throughout southern I I Navy Charges Liner Flew In Out Area Time Runs Out McNeil made a dramatic appeal to seated alongside to urge the Kremlin to pull up UP navy disclosed Wednesday that an Eastern Airlines passen ger plane trespassed Tuesday on a military reservations aerial the blinds and cooperate in target area where antiaircraft 16 i storing the international cpnfi guns were fired jntermit i ITI u 10 Idaho in an attempt to locate the M0 UnUed M Worhers dcnce which must be the basis of said police did not have a description of the driver of the Thursday the road blocks went They i The youthful Scot warned The runs I we are on the edge of the miners at the Coal 7 regi But it must told by the girls playmates to both city and county officers in dicated strongly that the child had been Child Picked Up mine had been given first choice of coal for their home needs on Mondays and The bins of many of them were empty when they returned last week from a 52day On Monday they went out on We think the girl was picked saying the company refused tainly no A navy spokesman said no anti aircraft guns fired while the le danger practice had no trnkthe j High altitude target with 100pound water filled prac tice also was being be plain that this campaign to sabotage peace is as disastrous in its consequence as its failure Relations do not improve and the Reports Trespass Navy officials asserted that the will reduce to a of a clearly marked danger area minimum its u fQm we LnillK uie wan atleast up by the but have no further them first choice on tions with the Soviet government I Clark they the company Separation will harm us all The navJ coal cars on menta and Clark Clark said all county roads in agreed to keep full The nav statement wag issued HasSon an sam t i aiier nassun an the northern half of Cassia tracks at all times for The danger of accidental war daimed th hja i wtinAier tiea VA aVtBAnr r ty were blocked for a lime and miners that highways throughout the southern half of the state are be ing watched by county and city Bill Burley chief of said a posse of 200 men had made a housetohouse canvass in a fruitless attempt to find the He said the group had searched through all j jg i never be Czechs Oust 11 Missionaries Of LDS to Cut Foreigners canal banks and known hiding places in the Side Roads Watched Williams added that by mid night nearly all side roads in Minidoka and the eastern half of Twin Palls county had been The Federal Bureau of Inves tigation has not been called in on the Clark The girl was missed when a sixyearold playmate said he had seen her enter a maroon description of the car Eleven American mis sionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints have been ordered expelled from Czecho apparently in a govern ment drive to reduce the number of foreigners in the it was disclosed Wednesday Wallace president of the Mormon church said five missionaries were ordered out was changed to dark blue or black other witnesses reported The girl described by Bur I but are still here pending appeals to the interior Six already have The expulsion order said the mis sionaries were a threat to the safety and security of the This charge was not ex plained in the issued by ley police as having hlond Iocs eurly wearing green i Departure of all II would leave Striped maroon brown j 1ft Americans in the The Several other nationals of west DC3 transport nearly collided with a military plane Tuesday in the vicinity site of a naval ordnance proving Collision Calloway was piloting Easterns flight 588 en route from At to New He told ern including the Civil Aeronautics administra have been ordered out of the coun try David second coun selor in the first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day commented Wednes day that two or three LDS mis sionaries have had applications re fused for renewal of their permits to remain in tion the other plane was a mill tary the C A A issued or ders banning all combattype air craft from using Washington Na tional officials are aroused and angry about recent developments in the far cast which some be lieve have been designed deliber ately to cause this country loss of face in the far Acheson directed his ire mainly at what he utterly un warranted treatment of Ward and four other members of the Amer ican consulate at Jailed by Reds They were jailed by the Commu nists 24 on charges of beating a Chinese who had demanded back Pay He said the United con siders it a very serious matter and is studying all possible steps to obtain their Acheson then served notice that the event had removed any possi bility of the United States even considering diplomatic recognition of the Communist government at this He declined to say what further steps this country might take to free the Declines Comment He specifically declined com ment on the suggestion of William former ambassa dor to that the navy blockade the coast of Communist China until Ward and hisaides are Acheson made public a Russian received in which the Soviet Union promised form the North Korean Red pup pet regime of demands for the release of Willis and of and of are employes of the Economic Co operation They were aboard the Americanowned freighter Kimball Smith when its South Korean crew mutinied and took the ship to Communist North The state department sent two notes to reminding Rus sia that this country does not rec ognize North and asked Russian Pictures of Meschter and Willis on Page 1 Bomber Lost In Ocean Off Bermuda 16 B29 plane with 20 men aboard apparently crash landed into the sea off the Bermuda coast and hours later rescue planes and surface craft reported no trace of the air The big plane was en route from California to At dawn Thursday more than 80 planes will search over square miles of ocean for the plane the largest sir hunt in Before dsrk 23 planes were in the air and during the night 10 planes droned over the seas looking for some sign from the survivors of the Weather One factor complicating the search was that no one knew a specific area in which to look for the It was believed down northeast of It had been due in Bermuda at Thirty minutes later the pilot radioed Kindley field he had enough gaso line for two The last contact with the plane was at The pilot said he was lost because a major part lot his radio equipment was out of order and weather conditions were such that he couldnt take any readings on his Then he added he was going to ditch in five Pour planes were dispatched Im mediately from the air force base at Kindley field here to guide the B29 When they failed to find the plane a general alarm was sent The coast guard cutter Bibtt picked up weak SOS It sent four amphibisn planes to join the search snd alerted its eastern sea board Search Expands In addition to the 23 planes al ready looking for the another 10 planes from McDill air will join the In New Mackay radio said the marine station at Hamil ton had broadcast a message to all ships within 200 miles of Bermuda to keep a sharp lookout for wreck age or Hamilton field said the B29 made a forced land ing in the 16 UP Civil Aeronautics adminis tration Wednesday banned all combat type aircraft from using he was the result of I the Waslf ngton National misunderstanding on the part of where 55 persons died 1 in some officers of the true purpose a collision between a P38 and of the missionaries in Czechoslo Several missionaries have received permits valid to 1951 and others have been given temporary an Eastern Air Lines The C A A said includes both service planes and military typeaircraft which have and blue church 200 Catch permits until permanent ones can i been certificated for operation in be McKay noting a The CA A said that missionaries sre instructed to the prohibition was be take no part in political contracause of increasing congestion at 1 the airport f One Atom And Capital Would Be Goner Washington Post said Wednesday night the staff of the atomic energy commission has estimated that one accu rately placed atomic bomb would finish off this city as a useful seat of In a copyrighted the Post said the AEC repotted that every building within 2500 feet of an Abomb burst would be demolished and fires would devastate an area of many square The conclusion is that dis persal of federal sibly sround the outskirts of with at least two miles sepsrating one department from the only ef fective answer to a threat of atomic the The paper said its information was based on sn AEC report nent to the national security re sources dated 4 snd not classified as Informer Foils Plot to Kill Turkey Chief 16 UP The Turkish government an nounced Wednesday it had smashed a plot to assassinate Ismet The announcement said two members of the opposition Na tions party are under arrest and police are searching the homes of other members of the strongly nationalistic Informants said the plot also marked for death Celal leader of the progovernment Democratic A communique issued by Pre mier Shemsettin said Informs Government The deputy from Re shat informed the gov ernment that Sadik the deputy from Afyon Karahisar of the nations party Osman Bo and Fuat had de cided to assassinate the presi dent of the Reshat Aydin li added that they had asked him to join The Ankara prosecu tion has opened an Arna and Nuri Leb chairman of the Nations partys Istanbul were arrested by security Bolukbasi and Arna are mem bers of the partys executive com a retired army gen was not because as a deputy he enjoys parliamentary Secret Agreement The prosecutors office said it had been learned a secret agree ment was reached between Bolukbasi and Arna to eliminate Ismet Inonu snd Democratic party leader Celal Bayar by de stroying them physically snd to overthrow the council of ministers through propaganda upon publi cation of a declaration to be signed by Marshal Fevzi one of Turkeys revo lutionary has supported the Nations but is officially listed as an The prosecutors office said the plot was reported by Aydinli and that he had produced positive documents to support Says Soviet Doesnt Believe In Keeping Contracts Htrry S speaking Wednesday night at a state dinner honoring the lhaa of criticized Irans big northern u great power that does not believe in keeping The presidents blunt reference to thin countrys cold wif antagonist was made in the course of a toast to his imperial maj Mohammed Reza Shah who is here on a months visit in an effort to strengthen his countrys ties with the UtJted The 30yearold ruler of an oilrich but armspoor land afc the Soviets southern border arrived here a few hours aboard the presidential plane He waa fretted with all the blare and fanfare that could be Greeted by Thousands After being greeted with a formal speech by Truman praising Irans courage and farsightedness in meeting postwar the shah was paraded through capital atreeU Haed with some cheering In their several formal speeches marking the youthful monarchs first day in the both the president sad the shah hinted repeatedly at Irans biggest to resist the steady Soviet pressure that once caused a major world crisis In the United Friendly Relations opened his dinner remarks Wednesday night by ing that the United States always has been friendly with country about which Daniel The laws of the Medea and Per they are not Mod ern Iran is the land of the ancient Medes and He then said that Daniel meant that while the laws are subject to the Medes and the Per sians believed in keeping their We have been dealing with a great power that does not believe in keeping its Iran be lieves in keeping its he The United States believes in keeping its Holds Contracts Sacred When we make a treaty It is not a scrap of It is an agree ment which we expect to carry Truman told the assembled their prominent members of con gress and members of the shafts entourage and of the Iranian em he had just had a conversation with the shah in which they discussed a fair deal tor Truman praised Irsns war time collaboration with the Had not Iran opened its gates and given us the opportunity to assist the Russians at the proper he there is not a doubt in the world but that the whole burden of World War U have eventually been on the United States of Truman Toasts Shah At the conclusion of his the president toasted the shah in In his the shah paid tribute to the presidents noble efforts in the cause of peace and He Irsn sought a dual goal of external security and internal social and economic I moat sincerely wish to extend snd develop the cordial relations existing between Iran snd the United he He invited the president to come to Iran as the most honored guest of the Iranian government and Shah Returns Tribute The shah lent an eastern note to hilt gracious and gracefully worded tribute to the hospitality given him He said as your guest at Blair I know I shall sleep well and dream for I shall in the house of my The dinner was held in the swank Carleton room of Wash ingtons Carleton Truman greeted the shah at See Column BlJLLETIN IT Two BMi collided la air over Stockton shortly mid night Thursday the sheriffs office of the planes reportedly was down seven miles north of The other was reported to have fallen nine miles San Joaquin county sheriffs of fice said its information was very Officers were OR the way to the Coplon Arrest Oft Spying Called NEW U Judith Coplons lawyer contended in hours of courtroom argument Wednesday that the I ar rested his bMwtU eUeat as a spy suspect far no feed rea But the government said there were compelling reasons that failure to pick up Miss Coplon and her former Russian Val entin would have been like locking the stable after the horse was stolen and the crime Hears Both Sides Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan listened to both sides and then said he would hear more arguments Thursday before de ciding whether the 28yearold Miss Coplon must stand trial with Gubitchev on spy Conspiracy Miss Coplons Archi bald introduced 11 FBI and other witnesses in a hearing designed to show that the ex government girls arrest with Gubitchev here last March 4 was The final Miss Coplons former said he gave her on the morning of her arrest a secret message which proved to be a de he didnt know it at the Given Meseage William a department of justice section the He said the message was hot and strictly con The message said Isidore general counsel for Russias Amtorg Trading was an FBI It also aaid Amtorg was interested in getting instruments test the pressure of atomic The government charges that excerpts from this message were found in Miss Coplons puree when she and Gubitchev FEDERAL RESERVE SURVEY 20 Million Old Models Keep New Car Market Active UP Federal Reserve board said Wednesday there Is a lively mar ket for new cars to replace prewar models and that the people can afford The report was issued as part of a survey which covered the age of cars on the road this compared with and the abil ity of people to buy new either with cash or on The urge to buy is the board adding If these buy ing intentions are carried a continued high level of sales is indicated through the middle of next The survey showed that There were about automobiles registered in the United States early this About are prewar 1M1 or Seven out of every 10 ears owned by urban families at the beginning of this year were more than seven years compared with only two In 10 at the end of The percentage of people who own cars now is about the aa as it was before Pearl higher percentage could afford to own then Family income has fOM more than the Increase hi ear and that U fawahh expansion Credi Credit terms today are aa era at they were Mm 1   

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