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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through WEATHER DeUih M Fait U 43 SALT LAKE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS South Coal Producers Truman Asks Ask Lewis Meeting Aids Block Hopes Brighten for Agreement Averting Walkout Renewal AData Flow 25 coal producers Fri day night invited renewed contract talks with John The southern producers acted amid reports that other seg ments of the industry were ready to ask Lewis for peace possibly next Lewis himself was reported about to call off any new strike Vntil after The southern group telegraphed Lewis that it is ready to resume conferences at any reasonable time and place you designate for the purpose of again endeavoring to negotiate an agreement that will meet the full of our to Resume Joseph president of the Southern Coal Producers We felt it was time to re sume Lewis can advise us if he thinks its possible to come to terms on a Moodys message to Lewis re called that when negotiations be1 tween the southern group and union at were suspended on it was unj derstood that contract talks could be resumed at any j Moodys message said the ern association still stands on Its demands that any contract contain assurances against strikes and also provide safeguards j on spending the miners welfare I Message from Moody Moodys message said We note from public state ments in the press that you have expressed a willingness to meet with representatives of the coal We therefore say to you that our committee stands ready to re sume conferences at any reason able time and place you designate for the purpose of again endeavor ing to negotiate an agreement that will meet the full requirements of cur Seek Talks Resumption Joseph Moody Hed like to talk over peace terms Shah of Iran Urges Industry Aid Directs Tighter Lid To Check Release Of Military Secrets 25 Concerned lest talkative congress men and others disclose military Harry S Truman Fri day instructed How ard McGrath to lake all possible steps to guard vital It was learned that Truman has been disturbed by such things as the recent debate in and out of congress over the relative merits and power of the BS6 and more a television program by Edwin Johnson Recall TV Talk a member of the con gressional atomic energy commit said in a telecast nearly a month ago that American scien tists have been devoting their time to trying to make a superbomb and of setting off a bomb before an enemy intent on drop ping could release The president talked about the problems of safeguarding secret information at a meeting Friday afternoon with Mc Grath and Chairman Brien Mc Mahon of the congres sional atomic The Johnson incident was not the one which touched off the whole it was but was the culminating Johnson said Friday night that he had it from excel lent authority my telecast did not figure in this development in any McGrath Notes Johnson said that nothing said on the television program was new or and that he did not divulge any of American It was understood that Tru man feels that it is not so much what is but who says and that the words of a member of con gress carry unusual par ticularly a member of the atomic Government officials also were j McGrath leaving the White reported working In the 25 A The Housf toreporters ground trying to get the operators i ghah of Iran FHday night that the laws governing the un and Lewis j sounded a plea for American aid lawful divulging of classified in Mxmonthalong coal in the development of Iran along j formation apply to Lewis whereabouts were modern scientific and technologi bit of a I cai In touch with his but unavailable to his own asso He spoke at a dinner gathering eluding members of Exonerate Lilienthal The resignation of David Lewis kept reporters guess ing about his next move of Detroit industrial inLilienthal as chairman of the Backs West Kills Russ Peace Plan Vishinsky Takes Another Walk Vladimir chief of Czech links arms with Russias Andrei Vishinsky latter led Soviet bloc in Lake Success walkoutrefusal to discuss Nationalist China aid BRADLEY TELLS Atlantic Alliance Boasts OverAll Defense Plan 25 UP military leader and The military high commands of j chairman of the military commit the 12 North Atlantic pact nations have worked out a broad strategic plan for the defense of western Europe and North tee recently organized by the At lantic pact Chiang Urges Block Against Reds LAKE 25 Nationalist China asked the United Nations Friday to blockade Communist China both militarily and It also appealed to member states to refrain from establishing diplomatic rela tions with the Communist Tingfu chief spokeman for Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek at the urged the world organization to condemn Russia for aiding the Communist government of Mao Tzetung based in Ylshinsky Walks Out The Nationalist spokesman made his appeal in a speech before the general assemblys 59nation political committee after Russias Andrei Vishinsky announced his delegation would not take part in the Prime Minister Josef Stalins foreign minister walked out of the committee but Deputy For eign Minister Jakob Malik be hind to serve as acting head of the Vishinsky told the assembly Wednesday that Mos cow no longer recognizes the Na tionalist delegation as the legal spokesman for China at the Vishinsky said the Nationalist case was provocative and said the Soviet delegation would not take part in a puppet comedy Follow Suit One by one Russias satellite colleagues followed Vishinskys First the Soviet then White Russia and Czechosolvakia took the floor to deal themselves out of the debate on now at po litical odds with declared the Chiang regime had lost the right to represent the Chinese Vishinsky strode from the building by a side entrance where his car awaited All the Soviet bloc delegations served notice they would not ac Okehs in Blow at Vishinsky The United Nations beat peace plan which carried a Authoritative informants said I cept any assembly decision on the plan is a broad statement of China while Nationalist delegates the basic defense concept around I retain their AH these Mos Formal adoption by defense min which detailed arrangements can i cowled countries also have for ItTs understood Friday General Motors he I announced purpose of isters of the Atlantic bloc govern be worked out It is ac nially supported a Chinese Com call to the 200man policyhad made hurried tours of two a to mpuolic discussion ments is expected at a meeting in cording to these a war jmunist memorandum demanding jwith greater did not Paris next plan in the usual sense of specifythe ouster of the Nationalist dele This was reported Friday ing numbers of units anJ gallon j Omar top equipment which would be em SlS whichpasses on major M in the Detroit was m u I come the help of American in of American of American knowhow and show Coal Executive Given Top Munitions Job Flan Requires Aid The shah said that his country There had been prior consulta tions at the White House on the whole question of secrecy of vital information before Lilienthal with drew from his post this it was McGrath said when he and Mc Mahon left the White House that would require such aid I execution of our sevenyear plan MrTruman had instructed him to I for social and economic improve take a11 possible steps to see that He added that we shall ttle nations top secrets are 2n UPl jneed it under point four of Chicago coal j Harry S Trumans inaugural ad was appointed by Vacancy Baffles ployed in any Agreement on such an overall j defense policy is one of the tions which must be met before j the United States can go through with the billion dollar arms aid j program which congress voted last Congross specified in the law j that pending agreement on general j defense strategy under the Allani Republic of jtic lreaty of the 25 Handsome Arnulfo sum appropriated could ac Harry S chairman tions The board am he that Feud on Pact Splits West Reich House 25 A bitter persona feud between The two men would not discuss i Panamas third president in i be delivered to Europe in the i Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and Panama Reins Go to Third Chief in Week Truman Friday to be j thisi help what particular con a the oath of office military of the National Muni the basis of mutual cern at tns time fore the national assembly Fri The IIC WCTO1J3 Ul JIIULlicll nclAlll LCI jti Irans seven year the shah1 McMahon said it will be shops and business houses includes a proposal to link i cult to find thc to SIIC i closed and the political j ne J1 is responsible for prjncjpai cjties pro ceed Lilienthal as chairman of the atmosphere was still Auanuc Meets In Paris draftingdefense policies both for ducingareas by an enlarged Atomic Energy milirarv vrvices and the een tern of ground the militarj ana me gen eral After a week of street fight i Limiauuii McMahon said he had no recomj ing in which one person was killed prime needs of his mendation to lay before the presiand 16 Arias was placed nation thp shah to in committee of the powers is to meet ty and the defense of which cf De fense Louis Johnson is American the next 20 days is to meet Both j means he will be Social Democratic leader Kurt Schumacher over the new allied German agreement rocked the west German republic Schumacher was barred from of par Russ Sentry Slays L Vnheedful Of Halt Summons 25 UP An American soldier was fatally wounded Friday night when a Russian sentry fired after his challenge apparently was un army authorities officers said the a sergeant whose name was not and two soldier com panions were riding with a girl near the British Gatow airport not far from the Russian zone They apparently failed to halt at a Russian check point and crossed into the Russian A few seconds later a Russian sentry fired on the and a bullet struck the The others were not After the the Amer ican party was turned over to British authorities by the Rus The sergeant was taken to an RAF hospital at where he PARTIAL HALT I dont know who would j in power Thursday by the national who had been serving crease agricultiiraf production and be the best man for the Job he police under Jose Antonio i Johnson and Bradley plan to fly to Out until about next told but the new president week I calling Adenauer chancellor When an appointment is pledged Fridav that his would be Braaey discussed the outlook the allies in it will be referred by the senate a civic government and not un the meetings in der police chairman of the defense departi production per Low j duction per worker results in low rrOp1Cyn S hiivnrBtSndarts Donald K Carpenter quit June 22 to return to his civilian job with the Remington Names Steel Executive to McMahons Met by Brother j McMahon said the best adminisj Detroit the trator would be a man with busij by ness experience as well as a backj Pledges Civic Rule Remon told a crowd of 5000 per statement A full scale crisis was averted which he broadcast Friday over j by the Social Democrats de the state departments Voice of I cjsion not to boycott parliament in Collaboration America He declared that without under estimatingthe atomic weapon as I Upon arrival in shah and his party his a student I ground of government administra sons at police headquarters that ifi r r tpr resitrnpd Pres in business administration at the police will be no problem to Alter carpenter y j University of McMahons friends have i the new Tniman named can Aftef welcomed to the that he is not personally interested The National Election board vice president of Steel city by Detroits Mayor Eugene I in the commission made thc inauguration of Arnulfo j natlons shows promise of being an i armed onelegged chief of the ias official Friday by an detemnt to future to Adenauers coalition The Social Demo i a force for peace he considered j it fair to say that the North At a to succeed But the My exclusion strongly endan gers further collaboration in this Van the shah had lunch On his western trip McMahon v f ji t icvo ji iua v tty i senate refused to confirm ligenat the CariiIac motor division of visited several of the atomic mouncing that a recheck of re1 v r vcuJii irnj IIIVJLUI uiviaivil Ufc fnt7 because he would not give Motors he energy I up his private sal visiled Motors were in good sh thought things i turns in the 1948 election showed i ary on ground it would endanger j arld coarh pjant jn Certainly morale is good among i mingo Diaz was false his steel company pension tiac lhe and other Armilfo Arias got 74 I Ilgenfritzs qualifications jn that election to 7ji536 Truman Fears His Cause Lost In WeightLosing Contest to weaP cratic party has not yet decided or how it react but it will LAKE 25 L down decisively Friday a Soviet clause accusing the United States and Britain of preparing for a third world by 53 votes to the approved ft counter AmericanBritish program for The margin for the American British proposal was the biggest the west has ever received in the on a major The Russian block of five stood alone against it and Yugoslavia ab The heart of Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinskys proposal was knocked out 41 to 6 in the SBnation political com Arab Yemen alone voted with the Moscow group in favor of a section calling on the United China and the Soviet union to draw up pact of Faces Assembly Proper The fight will be renewed fi nally in the assembly but there wai no of a change in the Vishinskys attack on Britain and in the first para graph of his WM beaten by 52 votes to with Yemen and Yugoslavia Some delegates interpreted the committee vote as a personal blow at who has bitterly attacked the British and Amer icans as preparing for a new war and almost in the same called on them to swear to a new peace pact among the Big Five Soviet the United States and Indorsement They saw the heavy vote for the west as an expression of con fidence from the email and medium countries and Indorsement of pleas by Warren Austin of the United States and Hector McNeil for the Russians to roll up their iron curtain and cooper ate with the rest of the For the second in three a majority beat down a Soviet demand for the to approve a Moscowstyle program for atomic On Wednesdaythejrehertl as sembly meetingin Pluahing de feated a Soviet proposal for the 11nation atomic energy commis sion to Eesiime work and draw up two atomic conventions pro posed by the Soviet Motion Beaten Down The political the main body of the general then Friday beat down a Russian statement in the peace pact plan saying any further delay in ban ning atomic bombs and establish ing appropriate strict interna tional control wouid be inadmis The vote on this paragraph was 38 to with 16 nations abstain The AmericanBritish proposal amounts to reaffirmation of the In its key it calls on members to take part in all of the work of the To restrain use of the veto in the security council where Russia has vetoed 41 major de To settle disputes by peaceful to cooperate for the regulation of conventional armaments and to up some of their national sovereignty to set up effective international con trol of atomic Vishinsky regarded his proposal as the most important before the Strike Fizzles In France Reds Defied 28 UP 24hour general strike ended Saturday after fizzling out into only a partial slowdown of the nations Street cleaners were the first to return to their jobs after the walk out ended at midnight 6 Hundreds of thousands of work in open defiance of union had refused to obey orders of the Communist and Socialist labor organizations to stage a oneday Return to Jobs Track maintenance workers in the Paris suburbs also went back to their jobs at although the first subway trains and buses were not scheduled to start up again un til S The railroad strike officially ends at 4 Most of the trains had managed to run on almost nor mal schedules Friday despite the Paris newspaper who had kept the city without went back to work early Friday but their strike had started early Communist Defeat Most of the other strikers in the few industries and services where the strike had been were not schduled to return until morn Officials postwar defeat for the Communist called it the biggest he the victory of the late Do ll reRCt bUt said i r and Socialist labor organizations who had called out almost workers in what was to have been Frances biggest strike in 15 The walkout called to demand general wage increase and a re turn to free collective bargaining fell far short of causing the gen the unions had not The senate voted against his confirmation strictly because it feared it might set n dangerous precedent to have a top level federal official drawing a j private j Severs Ties i The defense department said j the 60yearold Howard severed his business connections last day so he could accept the muniI tions His appointment will j have to be confirmed by the sen ate in S Ho has been an executive of the Binkley Coal and the Pyramid Coal of for some 20 i years and a member of the Xaj tional Soft Coal conference for fi j He also was director of the Mercantile Trust and Savings bunk of I The father of three ard served as an artillery captain j in France during World War He saw service with the 331st rogi ment of the 86th After the he resumed his Chicago law All three in World War 080 votes ackecl fhe wi of men in The exclusion order was issued for working for by tne councii of a rules 25 Harry S Truman fears he has lost his White House weightreducing HP wont know until next when there will be an official weighing of the president and his fellow Harry his military and Wallace his Presidential Charles Ross said Friday that Truman fears he is the loser because he hasnt lost very much Thanksgiving was no Ross Vaughan and both weighing more than 200 bet the president about a month ago that they could get down to 200 each if he could drop from 180 to 175 Each is to ante up for every pound he remains over the The contest pndcd on Thanksgiving thpre wan no weighing in because Graham was in Peru at a medical The weighing will DP done next week at Key where the president it going for a In Edward Mil ler assistant secretary of said the American govern ment does not recognize Arias as president and described his seizure of power as shocking and a most serious blow to the good neighbor Ignore Court Ruling Arias took office despite a su preme court that Dan iel Chanis unseated by the WILLS EYES Morelli Ends Life in Chair 26 Dog1 killer James Moj i by 1 committee made up of representa tives of all which held he insulted Adenauer by implying the chancellor was a puppet of the western The most serious insult imag inable was The Christian Democratic told newsmen he would have ac cepted an apology from Schu but none was Motion Voted Down hoped Tin Curbs End 1 25 The Commerce department an nounced Friday that all controls on distribution and invento ries of pig tin will be dropped The controls were put on during the war because of the scarcity of SKIMS BUILDING B17 Clips Electric Blacks Out Capital Area 25 UPl plane from electric line police last was still j relli died early Saturday in the The parliament voted in a j legal president of Chanis electric j tumultuous session that ended at was succeeded by Roberto The 22yearold murderer j a Social Democratic motion who was sworn in and entered the Cook county jail chamchallenging the authority of Ade who was replaced Thursday by i her at and was pro nauer to sign tne nounced dead eight minutes j catcalls and banging of desk tops Chiari Friday he was main Just two hours earlier it was marked the dential evea to any blind man who would Although Arias had the indorsej furnish liberal financial aid to taining neutrality in the presi announced Morelli had willed his j The western allied high sjOners announced the German re public is to work for a year in the ment of Police Chief Remon snd i Morellis and framework of its newly expanded his the political situation j their 22 months old without further still was far from Work But States John Boyle The 10point pact signed Thurs ers were demanding that Remon j said such a procedure wouid be day is not to be regarded as a and his aids be removed and hit legal since Morellis xvife had not stepping stone to further demands lot police operation of such vital given her written by Sir Brian Rob public services as the citys bus Morelli was sentenced to death British high lines and for murdering Kmil j Mid An airforce B17 Omaha clipped an while approaching Boiling field Friday night and plunged a big area of this city into The plane with six men aboard landed The Congress heights and Belle vue sections of southwest Wash ington lost all electric The piiot was of The plane was from Offutt One eyewitness said the plane missed an apartment building on Nichols by about 15 feet be fore hitting 4000 volt 40 feet above the Cash registers operated electri cally and at firit all cus tomers in were kept there and the doors were Stopgap methods of handling collections and changemaking were evolved and the customers were allowed to Two hours after the accident some service was restored but of ficials said it might be morning before all sections would have elec Reporters who sought to inter view Campbell were told alt occupants of the plane had the base and were not William Lookadoo oC the public relation MM Campbell wu making a final approach according to A gust of wind hit the the tail wheel dipped and parently hit a power adoo   

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