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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS htsmoMteli Nrtwwk KALL rrUtr f WEATHER s M 42 SALT LAKE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Fire Sweeps Flour Mill In Pocatello Damage Estimated At In Giant Structure Pocatello firemen late Thurs day battled a costly blaze in the Pocatello Mill and Elevator flour with low from the fire wpeeted to aggregate more than The blaze by 9 had ruined three of the huge mill of the largest in southeast trn were battling to keep flames from spreading throughout the Says Loss Heavy Fred manager of the elevator and loss would pass the mark and would approach the All available fire apparatus was brought into action to combat the of the largest in Poca in many Spectators at tracted to the scene were unaware of the extent of the blaze because most of the flames were on the in terior of the with only shoots of flame The largest building on Pocatellos industrial east rises as a white salient from the teeming railroad yards and early residential Brick Construction The blare was reported at The Pocatello flour mill brick and cement with oak valued at approximately Mill officials said that if the fire remained above the second and it did not damage the mill losses would reach about The mill was enlarged and re modeled in when it was bought from a Pocatello group by the Colorado Milling and Eleva tor with headquarters in Den Bmil millwright for the company in this said rebuilding will take from two to depending on extent the Remove Compound Two drums of sodium chlorite technical and explosive compound used to bleach were removed from the third floor of the mill by Firemen and volunteer workers were fighting to keep the fire from spreading to the two adjoin ing The cap able of holding approximately bushels of are nearly full with this seasons wheat and the value of the wheat greatly exceeds value of the West Germans Pledge Not to Rebuild Army This Scene Was Repeated All Over the State There wasnt space for 27 persons who gathered Thanksgiving day at Bracken so immediate family watches as governor carves bird for From daughter niece Margaret Ruth mother grandson Gary son daughter Harold Extra large turkey provided enough meat for Truman Wades In On Gobbler Sans WeighIn 24 UP Harry S Truman Thurs day took one of his rare days off from work and celebrated Thanksgiving by eating a big turkey dinner with his wife and For the big roasted gobbler and traditional trimmings placed on the table at Blair house at 2 marked the end of a weightre ducinff contest with Harry his military and Wallace his pfrsonal White HOUK aides were un able to say how the contest came If Truman weighed in thnv he did so in the privacy of his oham Dimensions of the mill are ap proximately 50x80 It has four bPrsYnd 14 and one 18 The himself See Page Column 2 Grateful Utahns Proffer Thanks With Festivity There once was a time of such Park Centenary Meth dire need that Americans had only odist and First Presbyterian Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day featured Thorpe five kernels of corn each j joined in union services in First I second counselor of the And yet the people of Plymouth Presbyterian i L D S presiding t T W7 colony bowed their heads and e minister found ye Yorld to be with them Congregational in all their voiced the ideas of the Salt Lake Utahns Thusrday said an equal City Ministerial in his ser grace at their Thanksgiving He said We must Isaacson the importance of true grat itude to our to our heri tage and to our On this as on all we should but with much more to be grateful America has a priceless heri extend our love to others not it had the tage of liberty and freedom which j equany state and its people been so blessed it must Weneed M he invegtlUirc of three Salt honored with the order Heres How Americans Give Thanks Around the World By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I football many high se Americans around the world teams wound up their in material Harvest Indean Corn On this bright autumn day in much more than on a similar occasion in after a winter which saw half the inhabitants of Plymouth ther was great store of Turkies and now since Indean corn to propor tion The colonys William probably would have been in at Utahs 1949 Thanksgiving especially at its banquet He might have been a little at especially if we seek to lead the Services at Princeton Lake Catholic said Ward Tiasco By Acheson Draws Blast 24 W Five Republican members of the house foreign affairs committee Thursday denounced the state de partments handling of the Angus Ward case as one of the most humiliating chapters in American diplomatic In a joint the legis lators demanded that Harry S Truman immediately fire all state department officials respon sible for what they called the de partments spineless perform The five congress members par ticularly criticized the fact that the state department could not protect the life of one of its own officials without appealing for help to 30 other Appeals to World The state department an nounced last Monday that of State Dean Acheson had sent out an unprecedented appeal on 19 to 30 foreign including to help get American Consul General Ward out of jail in Communist Ward and four consulate em ployes who were arrested with him and tossed into jail by the Communists were finally released earlier this They have not yet made their way to outside In his Acheson asked the foreign ministers of the 30 nations to express to the high est Chinese authorities in Com munistheld Peiping the concern which your government undoubt1 edly feels over the treatment of Deplore Face Loss In their statement the five Republicans declared The loss of face by the United States is beyond The departments action was only the culmination of a year of supine pleai and feajotery with the Chi nese Communists to obtain Wards freedom while the prestige and dignity of the United States daily sank lower and lower in the eyes i of the rest of the I Ward was not jailed until but he and his staff previously had been denied transportation facilities out of Redheld Man j I The statement was sighed by Robert Chiperfield of John Vorys of Lawrence Smith of Walter Judd of Minnesota and Donald Jackson of Allies Will Stop Stripping Huge Industrial Plants 24 Germany pledged Thursday not to rebuild an army of any kind and in return the western allies agreed to halt the dismantling of 18 of her great steel and synthetic oil and rubber The three western allied high commissioners and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer signed a 10point protocol Thursday which formally joins the former enemy state to the Marshall plan nations as a virtual equal Manila Starts Sea Blow At Rebel Forces 25 government Thurs day ordered a sea and air attack on a force of political dissidents apparently chal lenging the victory of President Elpldio are fight i n g Philippines constabulary troops south of A determined force of estimated to number between 600 to strongly emplaced in the Batangas province hills about 60 miles south of has been battling constabulary and a small infantry force for several Refugees from the and those around are pouring into Alberto commanderinchief of the con ordered his men today to do a finish gave thanks Thursday for their bountiful Most Americans spent a day which more or less included a football a a possibly more In Moscow the small American colony featured turkey and old fashioned In American military Britain Warns Russ to End Greece Revolt LAKE 24 Britain called on Russia Thursday to end Communistled violence in Greece and Korea as a proof to I defeat Utah State Agricultural the United Nations and the world I she really wants in which frenzied citi their doors throughout the country to thousands who did not forget the religious aspects of the Big department store parades to open the Christmas buying season were held in New Philadel Buffalo and One of the largest was in New York where a policeestimated personnel stationed in the land of i throng of persons short sat down to a big i watched the annual Macy Thanksgiving dinner shipped from A London newspaper pubj lished the traditional menu under the ironic line A Light Too Tn ravaged Germany American sailors and air men feasted on birds cran berries sent from America for the In Paris the day was observed In the American church and by the American Legions annual tur key in Rome Ambassador James Dunn read President Trumans Thankspiving proclamation st Protestant service in the Amerij can church of I Therfi was even turkey in under a different Americans there had the traditional called hindi or Indian So it went around the Shah Gets Turkey At Hyde Franklin widow of President entertained the visiting Shah of Iran st a traditional holiday Extra buses and planes were in service for persons eagor to be home on the Fair weather prevailed over of the Besides a few traditional college The worship in many churches throughout the state would have seemed good in his as would the yearly gathering of thousands of widely separated family in some is what he would have seen Thursday on Thanksgiving day Eight Salt Lake City First Central Hector chief British told the political committee Russia could end ten sion on two sides of the world by acting in her role as a leader of world He said she could order Com munists to disassociate themselves from the Greek civil war and the violence that has split Korea into Firs First Meth two armed Grace Liberty Holiday Death Toll Hits 129 84 Die in Road Crashes By ASSOCIATED PRESS Violent deaths over the Thanksgiving holiday reached 129 Thursday passing last years mark even before the homebound crush of motorists Eightyfour persons died in highway Another 45 were killed in miscellaneous Fifteen of these were victims of Alabama shootings while hunting and a small plane crash in South Dakota helped swell the miscellaneous Last year between 6 the night before Thanksgiving and the following midnight 114 persons were 88 in In 1947 the 30hour toll was of which 83 were traffic By states the toll was 1 and 15 2 and 0 10 and 1 and 1 3 and 1 8 and 1 4 and 4 1 and 1 5 and 0 0 and 1 1 and 0 3 and 1 3 and 0 2 and 1 1 and 0 1 and 0 New 1 and 3 NPW 1 and 0 New 2 and 1 North 5 and 2 8 and 1 2 and 2 1 and 0 6 and 1 South 0 and 2 1 and 0 2 and 3 i and 0 1 and 0 4 and Peace Contribution That would be a real contribu to Communists everywhere seek to break the link of all the worlds i people the church and forge tyranny from an international spiritual We can say thanks that here we must not to but to He spoke at the Cathedral of the 331 South Tem Knighted were dean of the University of Utah law school John asso ciate professor of surgery at the and publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune and Salt Lake made a knight in received the medal not given him at time of investi state and federal offices and most retail establish ments were closed Banks and the stock exchange took a parking was free on downtown and only spe cial delivery and perishable mail was Most of Utahs schools will not tion to world the British Open classes until i delegate It would be a bulldozer opera tion in disposing of the lack of confidence shown here in Soviet McNeil said this lack of confi expressed by half a dozen delegations in committee was the reason he and others could not support a Soviet resolu tion calling for a peace pact among the big five the United France and Soviet Argument He spoke after Andrei Vishin Soviet deputy foreign min arguing for the had contended that Communist philosophy does not call for sup port of inevitable revolutions in countries still operating under The debate was adjourned until Friday without reaching a vote on the Soviet proposal or the rival Hospital patients and institution Columns Tornadoes Jump Across Alabama 15 25 Injured ALEXANDER 24 leap frogged across eastern Alabama snuffing out 15 lives and leaving more than 25 in Red Cross chairman Ralph Frohsin said 11 Negroes died at the campground also known as nine miles northeast of The highway patrol aaid the outofseason wind picked up a gray Negro home and hurled it to the ground accoss a This was the I house in for all nations to work for peace A Ethel under the j arui of her f announced he expected the rescuers All of vote to be reached Friday morn those killed apparently were in i the small General Strike In France Opens Today 25 French workers began leaving j their jobs early Friday In a one day genera strike expected to involve union members and paralyze the entire The strike began at The first serv ice affected were international and internal long distance tele phone calls and city transporta The walkout was called by both Communist and Socialistcon trolled labor federations to demand a general increase in wages and a return to free collective bar suspended since Subways Clone Paris subway stations closed one by one and taxis disappeared rap idly from the citys I From midnight long dis tance phone operators either did not answer or refused to accept The nationalized French radio networks went off the air i on the strike of Other services affected at once by the walkout were postal serv street hospitals and Sorting of mail and ac ceptance and delivery of telegrams Both suburban commuter trains and through trains were ordered to halt at 4 Crews were told to pull in to the nearest stations and stay there until 4 Satur Plenty of Warning Few passengers were likely to be since they had plenty of advance Long distance trains left here Thursday night almost I Paris dial telephone system was still functioning early Full of effect of the ex pected to be Frances biggest in IS will not be felt before 9 when factory and other workers normally report to their French Seize 12 Pole Citizens 24 pre dawn French police Thurs day seized the Polishconsul at Ullf 12 Polish citizens in Paris and confiscated the papers of several Polish organisations There were indications the French were ready to crack down on the nationals of other iron cur tain An official of the Surete Na tionals internal security division said other raids are in prospect He said they will take place with in a few days and will involve citizens of several eastern Eu rope He refused to elabo Officials here insisted that the raids and arrests had nothing to do with the case of Andre Simon French consul in Stettin arrested 18 in but was the result of yearlong investi gation into suspect Polish ac tivities in France The foreign office also an nounced the detention of Edouard secretary to the Polish military first disclosed by the Polish embassy Wednesday the embassy said two other identified only as Murzyn and had not reported for work and probably were under Fifty squad Inspec tors to the through dark streets between 6 and 7 The about a dozen Poles routed out of bed were taken to Surete na tional headquarters for question Large quantities of documents taken from such organizations as the Polish Red Boy Scouts and veterans society were being translated a spokesman The vice consul at near the Belgian a Szcer also reportedly was brought to The agreement calls a halt to an dismantling for reparations in Ber as well as major plants in the Ruhr and and gives Germany the right to start on building a modest merchant Allied Promises The allies promised to promote German participation in the or ganization for European Economic cooperation the coun cil of Europe and other interna tional West Germany also will be al lowed consular and commercial Germanys price for these con a price demanded by her small western neighbors and by France who have twice suffered from German aggression since was the Hat promise to re main Agreed to Germany also agreed to taJti her place on the international con trol which controls Ruhr production and This was regarded as a conces sion by the com since up un til has refused to recognize the The agreement grew out of the big threeforeign ministers confer ence in Paris this mouth and subsequent talks between Ade nauer and the High No decision was taken on the issue of ending the technical state of war still existing between Ger many and tht wtst The officially released only re ported for The big sur prise was the sweeping wording of the dismantling The list of 10 synthetic oil and rubber plants included Farben and Kruppa The list of eight steel plants includedthe gigantic August Thyssen works at In dismantling of the mammoth Farben Rhine Shore chemical plant at Ludwigs haven will be limited to the re moval of the equipment for the production of synthetic ammonia and The allies decreed that the dis opposed by the Germans was to be stopped Stop Dismantling After the Adenauer went the lower house of parliament to hail the agreement as politically a very great suc cess and a huge success for the west Germany In the German Union with more than demanded that the Bonn government refuse to sign the international Ruhr stat which creates an international administration for that and its great war Adenauer said Germanys about face on the Ruhr is nothing but a psychological act to satisfy se curity demands by certain Euro pean Even as West Germany agreed to remain a republic without an Soviet VassDy Chuir kov was reported to have said that German police in the Soviet will be converted into a peoples army in ANTLARMS ACCORD Envoys Hail German Predict New Russ Move 24 Up diplomats Thursday hailed the antirearmament pledge of the new German republic as a dramatic step toward lasting peace in western Europe but predicted it would draw a Russian counter They said the agreement may force the Kremlin to take action to strengthen itshold on eastern The possibility of such an eyecatching move as the with drawal of Soviet occupation forces from eastern Germany was not Melvin Price just back from a European predicted before the agreement was announced that Russia soon may try to trick the western powers into ending their occupa tion by withdrawing all Soviet troops from the eastern He said that would leave Germany In control of a Sovietuted German army of Officials here received tht text of the Bonn late They said it would speed western Germanys reentry into the family of a devel opment they believe will advance economic recovery and political stability in all of western The signed by Ger man Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and the high commissioners for Germany of the Britain and admitted Germany as aa economic of the west It was termed by its authors as contribution to the new republic in a ptMtfu and atable European It was the first postwar aptf men signed with M equal i Interest hers oenunf MvJJM German proaaiH to MbM rebuilding of i   

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