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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am fm Intelmountain Network Station KALL MoaiUj Through nut WEATHER Scattered showers itnd thunder storms Saturday Details oo Page 29 VOL 159 NO 44 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MORNING MAY 28 1919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Four Business World Figures Discuss Trade Four business world figures discuss trade prior to a chamber of commerce dinner They are from left Harold P Goodbody New York City president Association of Stock Exchange firms Dr U S Steel Fulfills Pledges On Geneva Olds Notes WaUher Mathesius president Geneva SleI Co Irving S Olds chairman of the board United States Steel Corp and Emil Schram president New York stork exchange W P Dunn presided at dinner My Only Crime wing Coplon Says Is Knowing Til Hikers Die In Dormant criticism from government labor WASHINGTON May 27 UP n Q T Judith Coplon former gov j UltclllU JU By WILL LIVDLEY Tribune Business Editor j customers and stockholders espe ernment giriaccuscd of cspion All the promises contained incaly during days of large sales agK said Friday the only crime United States Steel Corps bid he said to the federal government forj I can be said to be guilty of is Speaking of large sales and high knowinga A Mr Olds reported tha for a long time Genevas opera purchaseof Geneva Steel Co production Mr Olds reported that Gubitchev suspended Soviet em LL jt 0 a long time Genevas opera including the expenditure of I tions have Averaged approximately for conversion have i been fulfilled Irving S Olds chairman of the parent com pany said Friday the Association of Stock Exchange firms and the Salt Lake City of its rated steel making j capacity Between June 19 1946 and March Si 1949 ingot production egated 2620471 tons he said During this same imately two and years Geneva has I f in a Geneva aggregated 2620471 ments charges and described her He made the statement m ad saideBDsuri this same arrest in New York Ma dressing members and guests of I approximately two and hideous nightmare A CTCIU Q rf TTV fnaTlETP f J ploye of the United Nations Defense Atty Archibald Palmer filed a 45page affidavit at Miss Coplons spy trial in which the defendant proclaimed her innocence of thegovern ments charges and described her arrest in New York March 4 as W produced 1333175 tons of plates p j 297067 tons of structural shapes meeting in Hotel Utah d Q72 t t roIed Dunn chamber president presided Part of Proposal Earnings Decision He noted that as part of the I proposal mfide to the federal gov the parent corporation In his speech one of the high lights of a twoday visit by asso ciation members Mr Olds said t completed installation was his opimon Hint chrecto s of reduction at the piUs the corporation must decide what subsidiary disposition is to be made of earn Co new j of ft m n for which should provide an addi Such decisions o ene tiona outlet for steel I hired at Geneva is in the course i f of installation by Columbia near i Lewis Loiitract United States Steel Corp he Til I said is a concern with which the j j members of the Association of I am an American Miss Coplon said in the affidavit Relatives of mine have fought in the battles of America and shed blood in its cause My brother was in World War II The only crime I can be said POPAYAN Colombia May 2 university stu dents scaling 14100foot Purace volcano were killed when the snow covered mountain erupted sud denly after 16 years of inactivity just as they neared the crater The eruption came without warning Two students had dropped befifrid the main party They were only slightly injured and were the only survivors Horrified by the tragedy they said some of their companions were buried within seconds in a torrent of lava that some were incinerated by the searing blast and the others were killed in a rain of fiery rocks and ashes The a Russian WASHINGTON May 27 UP National Labor Relations board Friday ruled illegal the union shop contract which John L Lewis forced the steel companies to sign last year for their coal Stock Exchange firms has a somecllrtail operations at Geneva Steel what direct connection The stocks j despile prodllcUon cutbacks by of the corporation are actively otner companies traded on the New York Stock ex to guilty of is that I knew disaster occurred Thursday but the news of it was delayed in reaching here Nepoleon Montealegre 20 one of the survivors gave the follow ing account from the hospital bed where he is recovering Celebrated Success We left Popayan in a truck at 2 oclock Thursday morning We wanted to investigate the cause of the red glare around the crater After an hour Luis Avila felt No Curtailment For Geneva There is no move underway to change and at other exchanges Dr Waither Mathesius presi dent of the hugs Utah firm made tired him and I stayed behind with We stretched out on the ground It felt extraordinarily hot As our companions reached a leaders become overreaching and unreasonable to the detriment of stockholders or when the profit The board held unanimously motive s held up to ridicule and When the demands of labor that statement Friday Athis ej jpoint 2400 fest from the top they that the United contract signed after the contempt or when unjustified Mine Workers chief ca led taxes on corporate profits and a weeklong strike in the socalled captive mines is a clear violation of the TaftHartley law corporate profits dividends are proposed there may be a basis for stockholders to feel that they constitute a forgotten It ordered the U M W and the class Mr Olds said US steel companies involved to Actually he continued the in giving effect to the union terests of stockholders rarely are day night shop clause which requires all forRoUen by the directors and of U tViA bow as he spoke th u s giving hajted and opened a bottle of rum emphasis to the words was Irv to celebrate the success of the ing S Olds chairman of the board United States Steel Corp We 9no feet behind waved our Mr Olds had asked Dr Mathei handkerchiefs in sign of congratu sius to answer questions of posj 2n sible cutbacks put to the visitor Thev resumed the ascent during a press conference in Hotel When thev were fftet the iriah Frirfnv morninsr He WHS in crater there wag a deafeningex Utah Friday morning He was in Salt Lake City to speak at a chamber of commerce dinner Fri plosion persons hired to work in the cap tive mines to join the UMW Lewis and the steel companies were given 10 days in which to comply with the order Neither is expected to comply however because Ihr contract con tains a stipulation that the union shop clause is to remain in force ficers of large American corporaj tions But he continued in the de Xo We have no plans for any fur ther expansion at present at Engulfed by Lava We saw an enormous jet of terminatTon of what disposiUon Geneva Mr Olds said Of IIP mario nf nitrent cam course space has been provided fire shoot out of the crater Pocks began to rain down everywhere We saw our companions being Ior expansion but at the ings in davs of large sales the di rectors of the steel corporation time no further program must decide what is wise and adI bee submitted or authorized j Mr Olds was asked to comment by a torrent of lava I dragged Avila under a boul as a awesome river of lava and imtil and unless itis held illegal visable in the of everything by the U S supreme court When I last saw our friends on the recent United States su Fagp 2 Column 1 preme rourt decision in the light j tney were being engulfed by the wmrh many firms including Java antj for a few seconds I could U S have switched their horrible shrifks amid point to fob mill pricing the roar w fee tnat we have no Iternative other than to obey the law of the land whidl lls from Jsing bgjin point pric ing he said i WASHINGTON May 27 in the Granite school district of We believe every manufacturer i viT 11 It VVaS 3 KeallV lllierOHS At TT cio a i T i TVT O Rut I mm Yniith Wmi JLHU HJU111 TT Ull T 1 lOll jvnj Britain Liberates Eisler Rejects Perjury Charge Tnirteenyearold Kim Calvin oflUtah was one of lour nervous i in good faith should have tht right i Canton 0 became the nations top youngsters who lost in the first i to meet competition more f avori young speller Friday in competi round Marie failed to spell dsj ably located with respect to any i lion so fierce the runnerup fainted linquent correctly I individual buyer President Party Start Holiday On Board Yacht moments after the contest ended James Shea also 13 from St Saviour school in Brooklyn fin ished second in the 22nd annual na tional spelling bee And then overcome by the strain of almost five hours of steady Kim got his big chance when has been a great deal i of injury done by the fob mill j system An outcry has gone up j from all over the country There I James missed dulcimer which the dictionary cheerfully explains is A trapezoidal zither with metal strings struck by light hammers ing in congress which would give Apparently Jrapezoidal zithers j us time to work out the problem May Be Necessary At the present time he said the company has no plans for building a steel mill on the At lantic seaboard But f the fnb WASHINGTON May 27 UP Pres Harry S Truman mill system continues spelling he toppled and would j are a rarity in Brooklyn for James have fallen from the platform if j tried it DOLCIMER it hadnt been for n crowd push Kim not only knew dulcimer ms forward to congratulate the Ihe also knew the next word that finalists j would make him a champion He Tames revived quickly and soon whipped right through onerous was ferling fine though sheepish which means burdensome oppres because he had created muchsive and troublesome to it might be necessary excitement to Kim eventually j Jn order to win Kim had to Shea got J300 for finishing What did he think about the spell more than SO words correct onrl government going into the steel j ly oiitspell 48 other city Fred Shoup of Palo Alto Cnl business ss the current jiiul regional champions picked up the 100 check that went tration had suggested it might1 Marie Hiitchinson eighth grader to the third plane winner Pic attempt to do if production vol from Madison junior high school ture of Kim Calvin page S I Column in effect to do so members The party left at pm EDT Friday for a cruise along the Potomac river snd Chesa peake bay and will return at 5 pm Monday Accompanying the president were Fleet Adm William D Leahy presidential secretary William D Hassett chief coun sel Clark Clifford Eben Ayres assistant press secretary and two former staff irmmbers Judge Richmond B Keech and George J Srhoenemsn commis sioner of internal revenue West Charts New Reich Unity Plans PARIS May 2T United States Great Britain and France are preparing to hand Russia a series of pro posals on Germany which may make or break the big four foreign ministers conference it was made known Friday At the same time Russian for eign Minister Andrei Y Vishin sky by inviting the western for eign ministers to offer amend ments to his own proposals gave the first hope that a deadlock on Germany might be broken Work on Draft Experts of the western powers worked on the draft the allied proposals nearly all of Thursday night It was not completed and probably will not be until early next week It is expected that the western proposals will put too high a price on agreement to be accepted by Vishinsky But his statement Friday nay indicate it was be lieved that Russia is in a mood for compromise In their fifth session the foreign ministers met for three hours and 15 minutes in the Talleyrand rose marble paace The western ministers spent all day trying to smoke out Vishin sky on what is happening in the Soviet zone in Germany especial ly how much Russia has taken out of the country in reparations and what amount ot German industrial property she has seized Gave no Information Vishinsky gave none of the in formation requested But he did invite the western foreign ministers to offer amend ments to the proposals which he offered on Germany at the outset and which the western allies re jected Answering Vishinskys invita tion French Foreign Minister Rob ert Schuman said the western pow ers would make known their posi tion precisely and in writing This referred to the allied proposals now being drafted Soviets Block All Trains BerlinBound BERLIN May 27 halted all trains to Berlin Friday just 15 days after the blockade was ended and said rail traffic will be barred until striking rail road workers end their walkout The Soviets also threatened to resume airtoground firing in the air lift corridors Once again the major source of supply for the western sectors of Berlin the air lift this week has averaged 850 flights and 5800 tons of goods each day The Russian authorities an nounced they were halting rail traffic 24 hours after they pulled switchmen and other workers off duty apparently in an effort to force the western powers to take some action to settle the railroad strike Sympathize With Strikers The U S arid Britain have been openly sympathetic with the strik ers objectives The Communist German railway administration had come up with a peace offer in the weekold rail j way dispute but it was summarily rejected by spokesmen for the 116000 strikers The strikers living in western Berlin struck a week ago at mid night to enforce a demand that they be paid in west marks four times as valuable as the Soviet east mark The Russiancontrolled mana gers in eastern Berlin proposed to pay the nonCommunist workers 60 of their wages in west marks Clear Russian Failure It is clear the Russians can not break our strike We will set tle only for 100 of our demands union chieftains said Tile Russians notified the air safety center that Red army sum mer maneuvers will start imme diately in SachsenAnhalt province and ttirtoground firing will be carried over five square miles in the Buekeburg corridor The Russians further asserted they could not be responsible for the safety of planes flying over the nrca Maj Gen K G McLean acting British military governor sent the Soviets a stiff protest notr but its text was not dis iclosed flcrhart Eisler Hes free to continue flight to Germany LEGAL LASSO Clark Races Time To Rope Fugitive U S Vows to Press Fight For No 1 Red Return LONDON May 27 Gcrhart Eislcr was freed by a British court Friday to resume his interrupted flight from the United States to his native Germany But the threat of further American action hung over him We shall exert every effort to secure the return of the fugitive said Aity Gen Tom Clark in Washington after the Bow Street magistrates court set Eisler at liberty Magistrate Sir Laurence Dunn said the perjury charge pre sented by the United extraditable offense under the AngloAmerican extradition treaty of not beproved Rejects Demand He rejected the demand that the pudgy mildappearing little man whom a congressional committee has called Amer icas No 1 Communist agent be returned to face again the two prison sentences he jumped 23500 bail May 6 to escape dark did not say what the next American move might be I He commented however that the court ruling1 which involved a passport fraud case of 3945 ap pears to be based on the most narrow technical grounds The 52yearold Eisler jubilant at the verdict was cautious in talking with reporters of his im mediate plans He said he didnt know where he would sleep to night and wouldnt tell if he knew I dont want to give the Amer icans a chance for any monkey WASHINGTON May 27 Racing against time Attorney General Tom Clark sped new ef forts Friday to toss a legal lasso around Gcrhart Eisler before the Communist fugitive can escape be hind the Soviet iron curtain in Germany Meantime there was sharply divided reaction on Capitol Hill to the news that a British magis trate had set Eisler free in Lon don Some legislators like Rep John Rankin D accused Brit ish courts of being proCommu nist and of showing ingratitude for American aid to Britain Oth ers said they believed the magis trate couldnt do anything else but free Eisler under British law and anyway it was good riddance Ferguson Action Sen Homer Ferguson R Mich announced he had called on the state department to May 2g mine whether there had been a Conciliator Arthur C Viat faulty presentation of the U S snid ear Saturdav lnat jcgotla case against Eisler 11 business he said I am tre mendously glad the American re actionaries have been defeated I hope they will get more and j bigger defeats The fairminded ng as proCommunist as our atomic energy commission Rep Clarence J Brown R O commented to reporters What gratitude What a shining example of international cooperation What react favorably to my victory a great demonstration of appreeia1 tion by the British government of the sacrifices we have been mak ing to aid the British people But Rep Francis G Walter D Pa said he thinks the London courts ruling was correct and that the fault lies in this coun trys laws Minor Issue Snags Ford Strike Parley case against Eisler Attorney General Clark told re porters We shall exert every effort to secure the return of the fugitive But a state department official cast doubts on this governments chances of bringing back the alien bail jumper to face two prison terms which he dodged as a trans atlantic stowaway three weeks ago Roger Tubby a department press officer told newsmen the United States appeared to have no right of appeal from the English I lions to end the Ford Motor Co strike struck an unexpected snag over a minor issue but that other points in dispute were tentatively settled Viat said principal stumbling block to settlement of the CIO United Auto Workers strike was the inability to agree an the fate of 20 Ford strikers fired by the com pany ruling that extradited Eisler could not be No Information Pending receipt of a report and comments on the situation by the embassy there Tubby said Uiere is no information here on what further development there may be any At the justice department Clark and other officials would not dis close what their next moves might be but they made clear that The U S embassy issued a statement saying Observe Ruling We will record the decision of the court in the Eisler case and abide by it We expect statement from the U S state department in a few days Any further steps will have to come from the attor ney general In New York Eislers wife abandoned her courtfight for re lease from Ellis Island and t de portation hearing was set for Wednesday Her counsel said Mrs Eisler desired to leave the country as soon as possible to join her hus band who has been offered a pro fessorship at Leipzig university in the Soviet zone of Germany She was arrested and sent to Ellis Island shortly after Eialar stowed away on the Polish liner Batory at New York with a col lapsible toothbrush as his baggage and Gdynia Poland as his inter mediate goal Eisler was hiuled from the ship off Southampton May 14 by four British policemen by American request He said physical force was used and he was treated scandalously Fears U S I dont think this disagreement Eisler said he would go to Ger insurmountable however Vistj many but I cannot go through said as he emerged for a recess from a long night negotiating ses ion He said earlier that there was a strong possibility the walkout would bo settled before dawn A reliable source reported mean while that a compromise formula for arbitrating the major issue in the strike had been reached and that a reputable engineering firm would be the impartial third party called in to decide whether a zpeed up exists at the struck plants A key negotiator who asked Eislers wife will not be allowed that his name be withheld said to leave this country voluntarily Justice officials said Mrs Eisler will face long pending deportation hearings next Wednesday at Ellis Island where she has been under arrest since her husband made his j getaway May 6 aboard the Polish the company and the CIO United Auto Workers have decided on a peace plan which incorporates parts of old proposals by both Ford and the union He said the company has agreed to arbitrate on the unions terms ship the Batory I of whether workers should be In the house Rep Rankin saidforced to work above 100 of courts seem to be becomnormal A TREMENDOUS GUI Glittering Ceremony Unites Aly Kalni Rita on Riviera VALLAURIS France May diplomats and millionaire j Hayworlh who used socialites drank champagne to dance in Brooklyn put on a feasted on caviar and successfully a tremulous i steered themselves clear of the the princess j perfumescented swimming pool gown spoke otii and became I wife of Aly Kahn Friday in a town i where guards had been posted to ihail ceremony performed by thekeep them from falling in i Communist mayor of Vallauris I But the great chateau fell silent j The bride who was never loveFriday reception iasted i Her arrived eight minutes late only four hours in contrast to the i and the groom fumbled with the I allnight Irinp but otherwise the double ring j Riviera I ceremony hitch parties all along the came off without a And Moslem prayer rugs were ilaid out so that Aly the prince From the speciallywhitewashed who some day will become spiritual I room where they became man and leader of 12000000 Ismail Mos the American zone 1 hope nobody is going to force me to go through it either by force or accident he said In view of the magistrates decision I am sure that the American reaction aries will do everything possible to get me into the American zone I dont trust American reaction aries for a halfpenny worth Eisler applied to the home office for permission to remain in Eng land until he makes arrangements to leave for Poland That probably will take two weeks He is now in the same position as an alien making a stay in Britain He is under no obligation to report to police Sir Valentine Holmes retained by the United States to press the extradition order declared that Eislers conviction of falsifying documents was enough like per jury to come under the extradition treaty Perjury as covered in the treaty falsifying documents is not The magistrate ruled Its no good to say he might have been tried for perjury when he wasnt The London court ruling con trasted with tvo federal court de visions against Eisler in Washing ton NEW YORK May 27 While Mrs Gerhart Eislftr stood smilingly by Federal Judge Mur ray Hulbert Friday permitted her attorney to withdraw his writ of habeas corpus seeking her release from Ellis island because the United States immigration au thorities agreed to grant her a hearing on her status Although the hearing original ly was scheduled for Friday after noon Mrs Eislers lawyer Ira A Gollobin told reporters that arrangement had been counter manded from Washington and the hearing put over to Wednesday morning Picture page 2 i wife Rita and Aly fled immedilems could take Rita for mate in view of the coming hearing lately to his milliondollar Chateau according to the laws of Mohamj the release of her husband by Brit jLHorizon near Cannes for a celelmed ish authorities and Mrs Eislera bration that rocked the Rivicm j The champagne flowed so freely wish to leave this country as soon The bride and groom still land Ihe orchestra played so j as possible to join him we have showed signs of nervousness at the fliiently at the reception that withdrawn the writ he said reception where Rita cut the large1 body couid get a straight answer He indicated Mrs Eiiler would threelayer wedding rake on just when Rita would turn her i leave the country as sooniM 1 The and potenl Set 3 Column 2 rangpmenU could be ;