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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS 1 M btermountaki Network Station RALL Monday Throufh Frldtr WEATHJEH Occasional rain north fair Details ra Page Ct 44 SALT LAKE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTO ViceConsul Seized On Mukden Spy Count GIFT FOR BRITAIN Lilienthal Tlots to Bare Solon Claims 26 Edwin Johnson charged Saturday night that David Lilienthal is the ringleader in a nefarious plot to give Great Britain the secret CommaiideriiiCliief Waves Salute to Spectators Harry S Truman waves his hat to spectators at the annual ArmyNavy football game at Philadelphia as he and Frosted President Watches Black Knights Whip Navy 26 Harry S the World War I field artillery offi watched the army overrun the navy 38 to 0 Saturday in annual football I got cold as the the president admitted as he boarded his train for the return tnp to He said his electric foot warmer was not working this year and he used only an army blanket around his The game at municipal stadium was played ini 34degree weather with icy blasts sweeping the Truman Enjoyed Game Tha president said he enjoyed the he added fication a picked unit from each of the academies joined in a salute to the The en tire assemblage then united in the of the Star Spangled their singing It was Trumaris fifth trip to the Philadelphia As president he sat on the of the Asked in advance how he was the president said On Army Side Tm not but Im sitting on the army He sat with the navy last Truman was more specific in declaring he had left his wooly underwear in The president sat between j Truman and her George of But it was a little j of ArmyNavy President and Truman came over from Washington on an 11car special train carrying more than 200 other including photogra White House employes and secret service The Pennsylvania which brought the completed what eastern region general called the smoothest operation in Page Truman arrive for the 50th playing of the Harry Inthenews presidential is at right with back Woman Redeems Pawned Spouse For Interest 9 26 UP woman pawned her hus band for Friday and re deemed him a short time Milton operator of a pawn told the story Sat He said the couple came to Albany from Stony Point in Rockland county to pick up a state but first had to pay to the state retirement They offered their wedding rings as collateral but were told that the rings werent worth Levison proposed that the hus band stay at the pawn shop as collateral while his wife took the lean and obtained the state The couple In a short while the woman came paid hack plug interest and reclaimed her Seeks Coal Talk Revival To Avert Strike Wednesday 26 Government trouble shooters were reported moving fast Saturday in an effort to revive contract talks It moved in 37 football specials between John Lewis and the In 130 An estimated passengers were Watch Special Aote soft coal operators before the pres ent strike truce runs out next Lewis was known to he in close The president and wife touch with John almost unnoticed into their presidential and Cyrus box a full 90 minutes before conciliation game to witness the arrival Chinp and Lewis were reported the midshipmen and cadets andto nave conferred at the other traditional hut whether any soft in operators a new were present was ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National Editorial 15 17 SECTION B 9 Drama Mines and Markets Sports SECTION C Classified Advertising Deaths Weather Map Local SECTION W Society SECTION H Home and Garden Farm Letter 2 Over the Fence Post Prize Recipe Model Home SECTION M itedto Lot Hold Secret Meet George president of the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal commercial coal produc er in the said to have attended the highly secret confer but neither he nor his top Frank would confirm did confirm that his 200man United Mine Workers policy committee would meet at the Roosevelt hotel in New York Monday 3 The big committee decides major policy between U M W conven It was the policy commit tee which announced the three week truce on 9 in That armistice expires at mid night Ching Wante Harry S Truman told his last news conference that he would invoke the emergency strike pro visions of the TaftHartley if jit was should the coal I strike Ching would not talk to even his closest associates about the re ported conference with It was that he was trying to fathom Lewis nego tiating and find out ex actly what the mine chief wants ill a new oontMot The oM oae expired last June 30 and the 000 soft coal miners have been working on and off since then without a formal written agree A major demand of the coal op erators is that the 20c royalty collected on each ton of coal and paid into the miners welfare fund should be definitely earmarked in its distribution for death and medical pur The operators also insist that Lewis hew to the line in their orig inal interpretation of the able and willing But Top Aids Fly to Paris Defense Meet 26 of Defense Louis Johnson and Omar Bradley flew to Paris Saturday night to urge quick final agreement by the At lantic treaty powers on a strategic plan for defence of the western world against j Johnson and chairman j work on a bomb 1000 times more of the joint chiefs of leftipotent than the Nagasaki Tntamntirmiii oimnrf Is well on the way toward of an American super atomic Johnson asserted that working with retiring chairman of the Atomic Eneigy commis are certain scientists and publications in this All of Johnson are actively engaged in a The senator also linked the Washington Post to this unwise He made his charges in a letter to the Post replying to a Post editorial critical of Johnson made the Unavailable for Comment Lilienthal could not ba reached for At the an official said the newspaper was reservingcomment Saturday but that it planned to print the letter and an editorial regarding it on Monday Johnsons accusation came after a high government official had said privately that the senators discussions of atomic weapons on a television program were a big factor behind Harry S Tru mans crackdown on talk about defense Truman Friday ordered McGrath to tighten the safeguarding of atomic and oth er security The pres idents action is understood to have seen directed mainly at a member of the senatehouse energy Involvement Johnson repeated that he does not believe iis telecast remarks had anything o do with the presidential direc And he said again that he alked about nothing which had not beeri disclosed On the television which emanated from New York on Johnson took the position that there has not been enough secrecy about this countrys atomic pro During the telecast he said he United States Has developed an atomic bomb a e one dropped at Nagasaki in Has made much progress in Wyoming Train Crash Claims Family j 26 International airport aboard of a device air force Constellation plane imj wouid explode an enemy bomb be mediately after attending the i fore jt reaches the ArmyNavy football game j Whisked to Airport The two were whisked to the airport under a police Members of their staffs accompa nied The plan due to be in formed officials will cover at least five of defense tasks to undertaken by one or more of the 12 nations in the Atlantic The primary task of the United States will be to maintain and de velop its Abomb air for in stant emergency use wherever Soon After 1 Agreement on a grand strategy will clear the way for full delivery of a billion dollars worth of arms rom the United States to western Europe pending some technical It is expected thst the first arms shipments will cross the At lantic by or soon after the first of the Many military men are con1 Dario Echandia death in Bogota election Bogota Seethes In Violence On Ballot Eve 26 UP bloody presidential campaign closed Saturday night with shootings and a fu neral holding explosive possibili Vicente brother of the embittered erstwhile liberal candi Dario died Friday night of wounds received from mili ary police guns while walking near monument of Jose de San Colombias In tervention of an army lieutenant saved the life of Funeral Election Day The funeral is election when the conservatives will be electing conservative Laureano the only The liberals were expected to try to make a martyrs spectacle of the rites in defiance of government orders forbidding private or pub lic Voters among the pop ulation will go to the polls with the nation under a state of siege j amounting to marital The of the worst accidents in j state of siege was decreed by the Wyoming history Saturday wiped conservativegovernment out a Hillsdale farm The bodies of Bernard Hatch and his four children were jama Saturday night took refuge i national died Wards Aid Held by Reds America Enters Protest 26 Consul Angus Wards top aid at Mukden has been arrested oa a fantastic spying charge and is being held incommunicado bf Chinese the state department said The latest victim of Communist efforts to force the United States to lose face in the orient is 26yearold Vice Consul William of Staten Without Warrant He was without a warrant and apparently by from the American consulate Fri three days after Ward himself had been released from a communist jail It waa Ward who disclosed Stokes He said that the vice consul had not been freed more than six hours after his arrest by Communist of Ward reported the new in cident by telephone to Con sul Edmund Clubb at Pei who relayed it to Washing The State department promptly branded the charges as fantas ridiculous and absolutely It directed Clubb at Pei ping to file the strongest protest with Chinese Communist officials in the Communist Appeal to SO The Communist action again blew wide open a situation which was believed to have been settled partly when Ward and four of his aids were released after a month in Walter Judd called for a naval blockade of China to force the release of I am not recommending mili tary action or anything like the Boxer Judd But there are types of action that can be taken short of and we had better take those steps if we want to keep the respect of the Asiatic Take to Mike Mansfield a member of the house foreign af fairs said the State department should take the case immediately to the United Nations and ask for prompt action to effec tuate Stokes of State Dean Acheson had appealed to 30 nations to bring States commandant of de pressure on the Chinese Commu nists to release He did so after repeated protests had produced nothing but con temptuous When Ward finally was released on diplomatic officials voiced satisfaction that the inci dent had been ended without harm to the men Five house Republicans that the State depart See Page Column 5 Vlce Consul William New Yorker keU fcy SOVIET BOSS ILL Demands Russ Punish of 26 Maxwell United 2fi GOP Publicity Dies 27 William Murphy direc former presidents of of publicity for the Republican scattered over onethird of a milewith their followers in the United of prairie with the wreckage of Canal Sunday of a heart manded Saturday that the Rus sians take immediate steps to punish the sentry who shot and killed an American soldier Friday The victim of the shooting wae identified as John of Taylor reinforced his protest with a personal visit to Soviet Aeeure Probe In a formal Taylor de scribed the shooting as senseless He handed the letter to Alexi The Russians told him his Soviet Berlin commander Alexander was ill and could not see deputy Soviet city told Taylor he will early i transmit the protest to proper 1 He assured Taylor their struck by a speeding mail Hatcher had stopped his car at the Hillsdale grade crossing 19 miles east of He waited for a westbound freight to then started across the track main An pnstbound jSunday in roup hy police chiefs Union Pacific traveling close whn PJ1 Ams m Arrests Ordered The former chief executives fled the Panama capital as the governf paperman before his employment nient of Arnulfo Arias orby the Republican organization Members of his family said the charges will be investigated death came quietly while he was and results of the investigation He had not been turned over to A veteran Washington news Fired Fottr Shota Staff was killed by one of four dered arrested the followers of in Murphy also was a con1 bullets fired from a Russian check mpr rrns ousted i tributor to several national publi point on the border of western Fleeing their homes were clause in the conj vinced that eventually the western the operators insist that they agreed to the clause in order to protect and his union from law after the Taft Hartley act went into aria ing from wildcat powers will have to decide 1 I whether an effective military sys tern can be completed in western Europe without Spain and 2 whether western including western can be defended without the German armed Story of War With Reds Starts Monday in Telegram Whats the the American Com munist These and many will be answered for readers of Salt Lake Telegram in an exclusive series of starting Monday titled Americas 30Year War With Written by the distinguished Washington Peter this series of 12 sensational articles back grounds the American Communist his first appearance in America 30 years ago and carries his history right up to the last Every patriotic American who ia interested in the future of America and the American way of life will want to read every one of Edsons 12 dramatic Watch for them beginning Monday in the Hall tint Im Hut All I presidents Enrique and Rirarrio Adolfo De La They took refuge at the Hotel Tivoli in He was born at April iving W of and Thomas CASH HORDE to 75 crashed into the Die Instantly The Copp riding the opposite side of the said he didnt even see the Hatcher Fireman John Mullan spotted but too late to avert the Hatcher and three of the four 15 and killed The fourth still alive when first persons reached the but died within an Fire Claims Hatchers wife and another child were killed in a fire several years Hatchers and j t t f Mrq Linda Bernard and five estfte t all of and that diamonds weighing a total of more sisters I than 1000 carats were found packed in medicine The wreckage was scattered match boxes and old newspapers in the false bottom of a Knox died 9 at the age of A Berlin and the Soviet Taylor said the shot was fired after the car had reached the Surviving are the widow one turned around and Thomas Fraser started back peaceably toward one j the center of Picture of Staff on Page Dead Recluses Room Yields Fortune 26 sift1 Title and Trust administrator of Knox ing through the musty rooms where an elderly woman recluse died have found a hidden for tune in An attorney for the administrator of the Titus Knox said Sat strewn across the The she crammed her dingy old house at 1500 enfrine block from the auto West Jackson with china and was hurled 184 over a ditch body was found J26 cratoa and trunks crowded the from the Only Ednas ceilings of more than a dozen littered body found in the bulk of the In one trunk were found unopened wed wrrckage ding gifts dating back to when she was late real Mtate Wyomings highway death toll fori 1949 to and Ralph attorney for the said the diamonds value is Another source estimated value of the gems at Desks in the house disclosed in cash and in uncashed checks and money Knox kept several hundred dollars in postal money orders so long they were un and when she obtained a treasury check in exchange for them she kept it so long it can no longer be Many other uncashed checks found in the crumbling mansion are more than 10 years old and therefore void under the statue of limita On a petition filed by Knox was declared incompetent by Probate Judge William Waugh last While pro ceedings were Knox made a will leaving air her personal property and most of her real estate to Elfrieda who had acted u bee mine tad mtoaf   

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