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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intertnouctain Network Station KALL Monday Throujh WEATHER h Details OB 14 76 SALT LAKE THURSDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS ICC Weighs 25 Rail Service Cut South Operators Ask NLRB Injunction Against Lewis Order 28 A 25 slash in passenger j gprvice on coalburning roads is being considered by the Interstate Commerce com it was reported Wednesday The if would come effective after the It would be a result of John Lewis action in putting his min ers on threeday His aim is to cut coal reserves and induce the operators to agree to a new contract calling for increased I wages and welfare j Southern coal operators asked i the National Labor Relations board Wednesday to seek a court injunction preventing Lewis from j limiting the miners to three days work a The operators ac cused him of illegal Discuss Cut Today The cut in passenger service is to be discussed at a meeting of ICC members Thursday after The ICC last week ordered a I priority for the railroads on coal j produced in mines from which they normally get their coal supj I A 25 cut in coalfueled train I passenger service was ordered several months ago when the mines were idle during a It was lifted when the strike Monroe an ICC said last week that pas senger train service may have to be cut again if the coal short age continues due to the three day work Set Effective Dates Johnson told a reporter Wednes day that any action taken after Thursdays meeting will not be come effective until 2 or It also was reported that if the contemplated 25 cut in coal fueled passenger locomotives is the IC C may increase that restriction later to 50 and also order some reduction in the number of coalfueled locomotives hauling The request for a court in junction against Lewis was filed by the Southern Coal Producers through its Joseph They said Lewis Newsmen Call These the Architects of History Death has already called the toppictured three men editors have deemed as most influential of the first half century Franklin Adolph Hitler and Thomas In 8th and 9th place were Winston Albert Einstein and Josef whose works are not yet Editors Rate FDR Main Hitler Second in Half Century NEW 28 Franklin Roosevelt made a greater impact on more persons than any other man in the first half of the 20th a United Press poll showed American newspaper and radio editors were asked to pick the 10 world his New Deal made radical changes in economic affecting every stratum of the population he held the worlds most powerful elective office longer than any other man and probably was the best loved and quer the world he plunged the western world into its worst night War the barbarians out of Inventors Win Piace was the genius of into ai i Persons who they believed exerted I worst hated president since Lin1 applied translating into inventions that Ith the greatest influencefor good HitlerHe helped evolve and changed the every day lives of Illegal bituminous wage e out into oracticfi a vicious theory beonle He invented Last Contract Illegal The last which expif ed June was they because it provided for a union shop without an election among the miners to determine whether they want such a or for evilon the lives of the Put into practice a vicious theory people He invented most persons in the past 50 Adolph Hitler ran a ciose sec ond to Then came Thomas Winston Henry Nicolai the Wright Albert Josef and Louis of race supremacy that resulted i the bulb that lights the world and in the slaughter of millions he contributed to the development of deluded most of the German peo ple into believing thgy could con the telephone and almost all over from the Brady Hotel Leader In Poeatello Shot at Party Manager in Hospital As Police Hold Suspected Assailant Tribute LMtt4 VTlPi 28 manager of the Bannock was shot and criti cally wounded Wednesday at 10 when he attempted to escort an uninvited guest from a party given by the hotel manage ment for hotel Shields was listed in critical condition Wednesday at midnight Sawyer Survey Points To Business Upswing Living Cost Index C Lists NeivLoiv hi Clothes Price 28 A new government Jiving cost index Wednesday showed cloth ing prices have reached their lowest level in more than two Luxury Tax Hurts Retail Official Discloses 28 of Charles Sawyer said Wednesday a sixmonth economic survey of the nation showed that business prospects for the immediate future are but that certain factors would indicate the wisdom of a tempered Sawyer submitted to presidential assistant John The bureau of labor man a rep0rt on his talks with 3000 businessmen and 1000 labor which prepares the said junion AvLTlng a average retail prices for ap tour ne gaid aurvey was mt the most exhaustive ever made by FROM TRUMAN the commerce given several blood transfusions before being taken to surgery for an operation to remove a 22 caliber bullet from his Few Witnesses Under arrest was a man whom Pocarello police said was Henry whose from whom he had been separated for sev eral was one of the guests at the The shooting occurred in the kitchen of the hotels luxurious Pioneer scene of the em ployes Although approxi mately 100 persons were in the Pioneer room at the few witnessed the said Two who were in the kitchen when the shooting oc were Miss Marie a dining room and Betty a said po Party in Progress The managers assailant come into the Pioneer room while the party was in progress and I want to talk to Shields pri Lyman said Shields went with him through the kitchen All I remember then is that a shot was I think there was just The assailant fled through a rear entrance to the kitchen and was believed to have entered an automobile parked in an alley in the rear of the Arrested at Tavern Police arrested Cook at a beer tavern at 809 North Main street an hour and a half after the shoot ing Shields walked from the through the iloswer room and into a hotel elevator after the Attendants started to take him to his apartment noticing that he was bleeding pro called for an ambulance in Formerly connected with the Mayflower hotel in Apparel prices began rising to a peak in They are now below A further decline in average prices for mens womens and childrens clothing and furnish ings iimy be iii pfOgTeas due to post holiday The new living cost showing a new gradual rise in virtually un changed from October to No The index rose only of a nominal 1946 when Western acquired the Bannock property In a union ail workers i Women received many But must join the The Taft Hartley act permits but only after an election is The Moody organization also asked the NLRB to find that j Lewis has refused to bargain in good faith as required by the Taft Hartley The operators could not them selves ask for an but they urged Robert N L R B general to seek Sn MI C blOTt XCGp Ing out his apparent 194950 con tract Tremendous Case Load Unless the board decides to after an Moodys ac tion means in terms of the immediate not one gtt enough to rank with the top y SixPoint Victory Roosevelt won first place over Hitler by only six Both received more than twice as many votes as Vatican Wields Peace Pope Declares i VATICAN 2s means of communication that bind together the modern sounded the alarm against Nazism years before Mu nich and in Britains tfarkest and finest hour rallied his nation to developed the assem bly line and mass production tech niques that helped make the j standard of living the highest in the world his automobile is re sponsible for the great network of Ching Advises Pension Plan 28 The governments top labor peace maker said Wednesday that a new national policy on pensions is needed to avoid some bitter Without suggesting what the policy should Cyrus director of the federal mediation said its time for a real study of the whole For the past several Ching the nation has been drifting into a system whereby federal benefits are sup j and Holy Year he I Orville and Wilbur plemented by benefits from private Pasteur was the only one who j stripped the meeting of its cusj the face of almost universal ridiI employer plans established by iH It vo in fViia A 1 frtTrrtilifir mitn The votes were tabulated by j pOpe Pius XII declared in an expaved roads that binds this nation counting 10 points for first change of New Years greetings 9 for second and so on down to j with diplomats Wednesday that one point for 10th j his tiny Vatican with a war Here are the top 10 and the potential of was an in points they received I calculable force for Lenin He implemented the Communist theories of Karl Marx in Russia and because of his revo i lutionary seizure of power one 882 876 Edij The pope spoke in French to the third of the worlds population to 686 617 representatives of some 40 nations day lives under 572 530 the Wright broth in the consistorial Pressed 525 511 jfor time by his trying Christmas llle flflne Atora 417 and 1 AEC Chieftain Sees World Atom Control 28 WP David Lilienthal said Wednes day he believes longterm pros pects of an international agree ment on atomic energy control are He pinned his faith in this partly on the fact that the catastrophic consequences of going indefinitely without agreement are so clear to so many people and will become clear to so many At the game the retiring chairman of the Atomic Bnergy commission declared he believes shortterm prospects of an inter national agreement are Cites Breeding Also at a news Lilienthal reported that stillsecret major advances were made in the atomic energy program during While he offered no amplifica he said several of these ad vances were comparable in stature Shields came to Poeatello in to achievements already made The reason is that the NLRB though he died in the editors takes several pos felt his work toward conquering sibly decide any The boards case load is tremen The only way to avoid bogging down in the load of NLRB cases is to ask for an immediate court injunction to halt whatever ac tions which are objectionable to one party or the did not live in this Alj tonnary disease justified his For Good and Evil Greets Each Individually cule they conquered the skies with a flying machine that made all peoples of the world The individual audiences that they developed preceded the general audience in i weapon that can carry death and the past were eliminated and he destruction to all parts of the The editors were asked to state j did not ascend his throne to read reasons for their Here his brief Instead the 73 discovery that en are those most frequently given i yearold pontiff stepped briskly ergy can be into mass of ji and vice versa ed man from the price in additional stoppages cosmic jungle along the road to a j strikes called to compel institu See Page Column 4 I tion of private employer Betty Lou Holds Faith in God As Doctors Amputate Hand world depression he lifted the and greeted each hopes of this country and the Underlining the clash of ideas between Catholicism and commu Czechoslovakias Arthur means of collective bargaining or strike Before the drift goes too he it would be well to take our bearings and advise a national policy which will help us to set our future course with If this is not done the nation may have to pay a high towards developing a breeding process for atomic means creat ing new fissionable material in the very act of consuming not been But ABC sci entists are confident it eventually will and theyve announced plans to build an experimental Still another development Wednesday was an announcement by the commission that it is re leasing 67 patents on nonsecret devices and processes for public These on such things as a float position indicator and a glass magnetic have been turned over to the patent office for registry and list Sawyer said he was convinced that wartime excise taxes are hurting retail sales and in the case of luggage and admissions the effects in specific very Sources close to Sawyer said he probably would recommend a re1 duction in the Southeast Gains who has been working with Steelman on means of com batting regional said his survey showed the em ployment situation was better in October than in May and indicated a still further He said conditions varied from substantial unemployment in New England to unusual strength and vigorous growth in employ ment in the As for the overall economic sit he said Prospects for our immediate future are It is probable that business will continue at its present level throughout at least the early part of Certain fac would indicate the wisdom of a tempered Declines Natural Many small al though still operating at fairly high are suffering a sub stantially reduced profit These reduced earnings make con tinued expansion of plant and equipment some what less attrac Sawyer said the persona with whom he talked gave him Im pressive evidence that the busi ness declines experienced during the first half of the year were natural and necessary readjust ments from the high inflationary levels of Excise Tax Curb The readjustment was almost completed by he unfortunately was interrupted by the coal and steel He said business can move ahead profitably if businessmen feel their profits are reasonably good and that hard work and in genuity will produce a fair return and that government policies will See Page Column 1 Infant Nation Gets Praise 26 Harry S bidding for close ties with the United States of said Wednes day night the new state may count upon the sympathy and sup port of all who believe in democ racy and the right of self govern He added that the newly born state has already shown that it will fight against encroachments by foreign obvi Truman addressed a mes sage to the people of Indonesia just a few hours after this coun try day behind Retirement Due Lilienthal told reporters that realization of the consequences of going without international atomic control will grow so that eventu ally well get a diminution of the tensions and a dissipation of these dark clouds over mens hopes for the A newsman asked if he thought the United States should start out afresh on the whole subject of international Ask me that question as of the 16th of Lilienthal He is due to step down at A E C chairman on Maixner was the only diplomatic RARY NAMED YASMTN I representative from the iron cur OAD l I tain Maixner was ac credited to the Vatican in be j fore the churchstate struggle in I the Soviet satellite countries had 28 UP Lou Marbury gave her right hand to the Lord Wednes Amputation was in middle of Sodium which pro duces general was in jected into Betty Lous veins for become so No War Potential Daughter Born to Aly tures and tiny wisps of black 28 princess was The pope said It was profoundborn Wednesday to screen star Her great faith never her operation she received j to the i 10vearold most Braved for I a blood transfusion which is roui Vatican PH the 10yearold most prayed for child the nation underwent the sne amputation at her It was I tained a sloic and brave seven the Moslem Vatican an Prince Aly Aly globes of the everybody is all war potentiality of this state U he amputation at ner n was tained a sloic and brave minjscule fate is zero fce said risht to forests further spread of a reported Baptist Hospital Chap1 yet bit of earth chosen Dy i Claude handling the malignancy that had started in lain Fred providence is by its moral value public said her right middle Sue still displayed the same by force extent of its i Wednesday night both mother and j Before the Betty Lou j childlike he Let this one of the hearths i daughter id told her father if childs faith in God be an example I around which gravitates the hisI rlespi had the Lord wants my its all I to the rest of the right with I Her motrer and three sisters Betty Lou went into the operatwaited in a hospital corridor dur ing room at and ing Betty Lous Doctors remained two Shortly after i sent her distraught father away noon this official bulletin was is1 to tory of the a reality beyond i are doing extremely rlespite a long and difficult said Miss Olga head nurse of the exclusive Montchoisi She is the first granddaughter of the wealthy Aga who is worshipped by Ismaili Moslems as an earthly Aly is heir to the title of Aga He has two sons and Rita has a daughter by previous Rita had hoped for a son Aly for a daughter to be as beauti ful and lovely as the The prince told newsmen weeks ago that sevenmonths babies were common in his family and he ex which all the evolution of the past j Congratulations streamed In pected the newcomer might be would not be anything but an in explicabla Its potentiality for peace is upon the The child vas named the Moslem word for the Jasmine he and our j flower from which perfume is made And with her into the operat founded upon the aid of the in southern France where her He and Rita came to Lausanne 5 to await the Ritas time came in the She was clad in a mink coat for Hospital attendants state that inp room went the hearts and master and friend of i parents were married May 27 after the drivs from the Palace hotel Prince Aly was haggard and un but he grinned with the pride of any new papa as he an nounced the birth from the hos pital steps about an hour and a half He said both the 31 yearold Rita and the child were doing The delivery was a normal under Questioned by a score of news he gave details Its a two and a hall kilo everybody is all She has had a very tough but Police Brutal In Jacobson Says 28 UP relief official Israel free after 12 days in a Budapest charged Wednes day night that Hungarian police questioned him 20 hours at time and nearly starved him in an at tempt to make him admit he an American Hungary finally expelled Jacob son Tuesday but Soviet bor der police held him for more than eight hours at the Austrian fron tier on grounds his papers were not in After an American the Russians escorted him to Vienna and turned him over to American authorities Shaky From Ordeal 37yearold director of the American Joint Distribution committee in still was pale and shaky from his ordeal when he told the story of his im prisonment to newsmen Wednes day I was never so scared in my the Chicago relief worker During the first week of his im he he was ques tioned 20 hours a day by relays of They forced him to sit upright facing a strong he and fired question after ques tion at Cites Brutal Methods He said he had no idea whether it was day or night because of the bright light that was ket focused on Mostly the Hungarians asked him about the activities of the A J D C and the flight of thousands everything has gone off all of Hungarian Jewa from their She the baby is a very good looking but I being the I shouldnt say my tended formal diplomatic recogni tion to the antiCommunist gov Tramas also named H Cochran as the first ambas In his the president welcomed Indonesia into the com munity of free and said this country looks forward to its becoming a member of the United Truman Back In Drafts Talks 28 Harry S refreshed by a Missouri flew back to the capital Wednesday ready to press congress for ap proval of a broad domestic and international The lawmakers eassemble next Shortly Truman will lay out the frame work and sketch in some of the details of his program in three important messages State of the economic and budget He is expected to deliver his state of the Union address in per son to a joint session of the house and probably Wednesday or The exact timing of ali three messages will be worked out after conferences with the Democratic leadership in Truman appeared cheerful and fit after his Christmas with the home folks in He said he had a pleasant holi day and a fine flight Hia the stopped in Louis to pick up of the Treasury John Truman and daughter Margaret stayed in Missouri but will come to the capital in a few days by Charles the presidents press said the state of the Union communication is al most but that some work remains to be done on the budget and economic Snydera presence on the plane made it pos sible for the president to confer with one of his chief fiscal ad visers on spending and revenue Betty Lou Marbury has recovered prayers of people of all faiths is to see this potentiality for peace an he He said he finally was released by the Hungarians after he signed several including one attesting he had been given good Aly waved a glsss of grog in a I food and a heated i he they nearly starved Lets all have a to the clinic at The grog had been supplied by j He told newsmen that the Hun siitisfactcrily from the anesthetic who had bmi stirred by a childs further increased tn full She is very deiiphtEST The baby waslhis hotel to those waiting outside i garian espionage charges against and her general condition is very trust in ifor the good of ail little girl with harmonious at Ihirn were Plane Rockets 1989 mph LOS 28 has flown within a whisper of 2000 mph The Los Angeles Times saya in an article Wednesday that it has learned from reliable inform ants that the Xl rocket plane has reached a phenomenal speed of 1989 mph high in the freezing stratosphere above Edwards Air Force Muroc Dry The apeed waa expressed in mach the percentage of the speed at any was given as mach 3 or three times sonic which la constant 663 mph between and feet I Some time ago lew reliable reports indicated the huaky Bttle ship had hit mach or Fastest flight of the according to these waa math or At air headquarter to Washington in officers refused to confirm or deny the Mating mack ft V   

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