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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS 6 15 pm Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER clear Saturday OB 29 22 SALT LAKE SATURDAY NOVEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS Ching Calls Mine Owners In Drive for Coal Truce Inspect Proposed Projects in Missouri Valley Development Kent New York and Val Peter ion of inspecting an exhibit at the annual convention of Water Session Splits On Acreage Limit the National Reclamation The governor described the method of procedure in the giant Missouri valley Conclave Raps shun 1 W Prsif A LAST CHANCE Acheson Carries Threat Of Aid Halt to Parley 4 officials said Friday night that of State Dean Acheson will urge at the Big Three meeting in Paris next week that western Europe speed up its economic and defense They said he will tell the foreign ministers of Britain and France that if Europe doesnt put its house in order it may never have another opportunity Acheson will have no concrete proposals to lay before the Big he will confine himself to stressing that the United States now feels that Eg rope must tackle its problems with a new sense of Jolts By MALMQUIST The National Reclamation wound up the largest convention in its history late Friday afternoon after acting on resolutions and constitutional amendments and se lected as the 1950 convention AH of the 29 resolutions sub mitted by the committee or from the floor were adopted except The delegates could not find an acceptable compromise on the so called acreage limitation for farms on reclamation projects and so j tabled the Fail to Compromise As originally presented the res olution upheld the principle of lim iting reclamation farm units but urged that the present 160acre tions now performed by the recla mation bureau to other depart Advocating legislation to permit the reclamation bureau to finance culinary water supplies on proj ects as a part of the Urging all governmental agen cies dealing with soil and water conservation to consolidate dupli cating Recommending legislation to permit the reclamation to acquire Protests On Firing A ids 4 Communist government Friday night rejected the United States stiff protest against the expul sion of two American diplomats and the arrest of a em bassy all on espionage Neither the American embas Elmer executive asi sy nor the Czech foreign office New Water Control Bills Pending legislation liberalize the basic reclamation act was its present form from two sources Friday at the annual convention of the National Reclamation sistant director of the Bureau of the conceded the need for modernization of the act but told the delegates that the pending Small tracts of land close to bill 1770 wouldnt do the reservoirs for recreation 3ob that eeds to be Urging that government agenReP ADEwart in planning consult jMontana agreed that hberahza with voluntary sportsmen organtlon ls but he expressed apprehension that the bill as now written would harm rather than legal maximum be repealed or modified to meat present day con Nevada moved to strike the indorsement of the principle j CARBON so the resolution would call for outright repeal of the A Colorado delegate proposed a compromise limiting the effects of the resolution to privately owned lands which receive supple mental water only from reclama tion f Convention Split Recognizing the desirability of fish and wildlife conservation mea sures in projects but maintain ing the position that in case of See Page Column 7 I T I TT I Carbon gA mgn was dead and a After discussion had indicated j in critical condition in Standard thai the convention was badly Carbon hospital as split on the issue a delegate made i the result of a shooting which a motion to It carried 11 took place at Spring Car lo States voting against j bon six miles west of here and therefore for the j Friday at 9 were Ne1 Dead is Daniel New South Dakota I Standard and Wounded is Peter help Diverts Opposition While he defended the bill in he objected to it on the praci tical grounds that the Bureau of the Budget hadnt approved it and j addition of seven new nonreim bursible items might ignite east crn opposition to the whole pro Mr Staats declared that the Bureau of the Budget is well aware of the necessity of developing nat ural But he empha would disclose the reasons given for Czechoslovakias rejection of the strongly worded American protest that was lodged with the foreign ministry on The American protest was against the expulsion of politi cal attaches Isaac Patch and John Heyn and the arrest of Samuel Czechborn New Yorker who has since been held in grim old Pankrac prison on Pragues Meryn does not have diplomatic Tremor San Diego For Minute SAN 4 The earth thrust upward and gave San Diego its worst shaking in eight years The which rocked a wide area of southern California and adjoining was severe for 65 seconds in San Diego and Ti Seismologist Fred Robinson es timated the center of the dis turbance was right or very Los Angeles and Long Beach felt i it only i Show Brief Panic There was widespread alarm here and at 16 miles as buildings swayed from the powerful upward start ing at Plaster cracked and wall ornaments Many persons rushed from downtown office stores and Women One fainted in the county court house and another in a bank People in Tijuana were reported terribly scared for a while by the Tijuana telephone exchange Shot in Arm These quarters said Acheson hopes that the twoday Big Three session will give a shot in the i arm to current and coming ef forts to tear down Europes trade and build a united Eu rope politically as While Britain called for the meeting to discuss German prob Achesons stand will that the most important questions are What kind of an organization is Europe going to have and How soon can it get going It is conceded here that the inte gration of Germany into this or ganization is a pressing A high official said it Is important the Big Three work closely on or we will find Ger many off the track as it was in the Germany must be made a sane member of the European Urge Dcfenre System Acheson also will seek to per suade Europes leaders to agree quickly on details of the Euro defense system under the North Atlantic security Some American Officials are looking for a way to bring the office of European economic coop eration and the new council of Europe together on some they would give a There were numerous reports of j Europe sn overall dishes broken and such minor jwth both economic and political Not Major Quake Water and fish were splashed out of fish ponds in the Mission Hills section of San The quake was registered on Robinsons seismograph as inten sity of 5 plus on a scale of 12 as Labor Hopeful London Race sized the bureau has to weigh demands for money for this puri pose against all the other j 4 La bor government won an election Calling attention to several un to the London county council Fri resolved issues in the broad field j day and political observers pounced of water resources development he said Explains Proposal Another resolution opposed on i Spring the grounds that it did not affect reclamation was one urging legis lation giving states absolute title to submerged But on a rollcall only three states voted against Nebraska and Other Resolutions Other resolutions adopted placed th organization on record as Reiterating a demand that the It HR 1770 would not change national policy It would j alter only reclamation law with Carbon County Sheriff David i out affecting the other important Wallace said Rogas was shot by who then com mitted The shooting took place at the legislation under which water and land resource developments are carried We need to work toward a more integrity of state water laws be critical condition early i I frncrertv Rogas home in Spring An legal framework for the inquest has been set for Mondayvarious federal programs con at 2 in Price city bejcerned with land and water devel fore Judge lopment HR 1770 and sim Found at the scene was a 38ilar taken would caliber Rogas was shot over the heart and was in on it as a significant strawinthe maximtim There are no major earth faults in this seismologists but a number of minor No major quake has ever been felt since the city was j There have been three or four that caused some i Navy Edifice Cracks j The Imperial east of also reported a strong El Centre said the jolt was sharp officials acknowledge that other questions may arise on the fringe of the Big Three Discussion of policy on recogni tion of Communist new developments in and Yugoslavias continuing struggle with the cannot be ruled they Export Clamp Bars Goods Areas 4 San Diegos harbor department The government Friday clamped a quarter of an inch crack new controls on strategic noted a quarter from ceiling to floor in one corner of a room in its building on theinto goods to keep them from slipping via Communist China Talks With UMW Chief Relies on Steel Pattern 4 federal held a twohour parley with John Lewis Friday and then called southern mine owners to meet in Washington Monday in a drive to end the 47dayold coal Coal operators from other sections of the country Will be called Ching In the steel for an early settlement remained Both Lewis and Ching were silent on details on their long talk behind closed doors at the Statler Lewis stalked from the hotel with a halfsmoked cigar between his and when newsmen flocked around him he said I have nothing to Ching Stalls Comment Ching would not comment on Lewis reaction to his call for sec tionbysection conferences with the He said he and Lewis discussed all the The federal mediation chief said that in his talks with the operators we will explore their following the same tactics we did in talking to various groups and Then well go on from Ching Well be talking and pursuing this thing as long as Jiere is any These were the tactics Ching used in guiding the steel negotia tions in New York Without Government Aid But when an agreement finally was reached between the CtOB United Steelworkers and Bethle hem CIO President Philip Murray contended it was achieved without government Ching made it clear that neither nor any union official will take part in the talks with coal at least in the early He indicated he would keep in touch with Lewis by telephone in case a break Lewis met a doublebarreled set back Friday in a renewed bid to end the strike on a sectional Unlike the steel where cracks have the coal operators held a solid front against Lewis maneuvers to negotiate set tlements one by Only a few hours before Ching made his Lewis widened an earlier offer to talk with Indiana operators This time he made it a twostate taking in Both turned him down PhU Murray member ship reflected him to 10th CIO Reelects All National Aids But Red 4 UP Congress of Industrial Or ganizations Friday reelected knil Murray and all its national officers except Ben Gold of the Fur and Leather Work ers Nine leftwingers were reelected to new terms on the executive board but they and their unions will be subjected to an intense in vestigation of their The delegates elected nine CIO vice They were Rent Rieve Alan Walter j Reuther Emil Frank Rosenj Strike Plants Joseph John and Joseph who won his 10th con secutive term as president of the giant permitted the left wingers to be elected to the board in a maneuver to prevent lengthy debate on the convention The leftwingers were elected by their own the rightwingers ab Walter president of the Automobile said how San Diego Cracks were also e that executive board wiu reported i or by practically any other j meet Saturday and get up wind for next years general To Prevent reshipment to the tlons across the A schoof assembly I Soviet bloc in Europe already The votingin a crosssection was banned from getting direct ship electoral the Labor Both the police department andlments of strategic goods from Jack a clear ithe sheriffs office here said nojcounry t decreed mittees to investigate the left iceived by Photographer Jack Cooper of majority over a Conservative and i reports of damage had been re two other Deputy Prime Minister Herbert apparently wellpleased with the sent the district labor committee a chipper tele A Splendid Victory A splendid victory another A license must be obtained from j the commerce department to ship to anywhere in the world except Canda any of a long list of goods to the the San Diego sent out to get quaKe couldnt find classed as highly i any damage that would He toured areas where the To Screen Goods quake was reported most Excitement quickly quieted after Votes Full Power The convention voted the board power to toss out any Communist or How long it will take the board to do this could not be determined bitter foe commu personally led the fight for removal of who admitted his Communist party membership be fore the house unAmerican activi not contribute to a solution of mornimr jlhcir experiences in a light L0 strateVic ties He personally ruled the shock and people discussed thfm that GoJd is not elieible for ihoip evnprieniwe in a lisht vein goous ana prevent mem 0j Reaffirming its opposition creation of federal regional ailj wounded thoritics either by legislative act j Of executive FIT Recommending liberalization I I Ml the basic reclamation act and urg ing congressional of the 17 western states to cooper ate to that i Recommending closer cooperaj tion between the reclamation buj rcau and western agricultural The lower the final three digits of leges and department of agriouljhis serial number the sooner a this basic problem It should be evident that we Witnessing the tragedy was face the necessity for immediate daughter of thejstudy and for reviewing the exist See Page Column 6 Numbers Decide NSLI Order of Pay 4 lure Urges Sugar Aid Urging the secretary of agricul ture to administer the sugar act veteran will get his national serv ice life insurance special The order in which checks will be beginning in was announced Friday by the Vet of 1948 in a manlier to encourage j erans the domestic sugar beet industry I Under the veterans whose serial numbers end with 008 and 009 will be in the first group mailed In the second group are veter to produce the full quota of 000 tons established under the Recommending amendment of the federal power act to eliminate the necessity of filing a declaraans whose serial numbers end with Lion of intention to build a power 010 through Next comes those dam across a navigable stream un less the department of defense first had determined that the dam will adversely affect Opposing transfer of any func serial numbers ending 020 through This procedure continues until the final through 989 Approximately vet erans are entitled to repayments totaling Checks will range from a low of 90c to a high of So nearly veter ans have applied for Ap plications are coming in at the rate of about a There no deadline for In the case of a veteran who had more than one serial number while in the will go by the number which appears on his Then there are some navy veter ans whose serial numbers are split by hyphens which cause them to end in two digits for instance In this the it will disregard hyphen and o by the But if the labor outlook seemed j rosy to it certainly was i not echoed by one of Londons j biggest Douglas Duggie Always Pays The prophetic Stuart made Win ston Churchill a 6 to 4 favorite to be Britains next prime minis In the victorious party names the prime In High Gear One phase of the county elec tion needed no clairvoyant to be apparent to That was the improvement in the Labor par tys political It worked in high The result appeared to be a sign that the labor machine has been thoroughly overhauled since last when it suffered surpris ingly heavy losses both in the Lon don county council elections and other local balloting throughout the The Conservatives won the seat in last springs council Cooper Friday got Ian his Conservative op ponent John Commu and Miss Chrystal of the leftwing Intellectual Com monwealth Iran Shah Maps MonthLong Journey in 4 UP The Shah of Iran will tour the United States from coast to coast during a monthlong offi cial the State department announced His imperial Mo hammed Reza Shah 30yearold king of kings of will arrive at Washington airport 16 aboard Harry S Trumans plane the In The royal visitor will see the Grand canyon and Hoover dam The Shah will spend 2 inspecting Arizonas irrigation projects and then will go to California to visit the San Diego naval air station and Los An After three days on the west coast his majesty will go to Sun where he will if it suspects the goods will be exequuve ooaro forwarded to Russian areas from the listed i it is now in posi tion for the first time to keep strategic industrial as well as out right military goods from the Chinese whether or not there is ground for suspecting that reshipment to Russia is in The goods listed as strategic and banned from shipment except un der license include Tubes Listed Large electrical and ac cessories and parts electrical gen transmission and distri bution apparatus numerous pow erdriven metal working ma chine tools and parts mining and quarrying machinery oil field and refining equipment industrial lubricating and punctureseal truck and bug tires and Goods eliminated from license control no matter executive board post and blocked Of Timken Bearing 4 UP thousand steel went strike Friday night at five plants of Timken Roller Bear ing when the company re jected the Bethlehem formula for setting up a pension plan for pro duction The new walkouts at Mount Ver non and raised the number of steel strikers to Republic the nations third largest held another session with union negotiators here Friday and two other large companies said they were ready to talk over the strike settling Bethlehem 4 President Trumanreturned to Washington Friday night from bipartisan speech in Minnesota still silent about administration moves in the twin strikes in coal and The president declined all com ment on the coal strike or the remaining strikes in the steel in where included optical platinum some portable electrical tools and several types of electrical ap paratus bauxite and other alum inum and industrial conver sion oil burners and oilfired CIO Steelworkers Sign Pact With Pennsylvania Firm 5 UPl employs at Bethle second socalled major steel Plant producer came to terms with the CI Os United Steelworkers union early Negotiators for the union and Lukens Steel reached an agree ment shortly after Oper halted since the nationwide steel strike began were re sumed immediately at the Lukens The first major steel producer to come to terms with the union was the Bethlehem Steel which employs The strike against Bethlehem was settled Lukens ia one of eastern Pennsyl vanias major steel It employes 5000 workers in Its plants at which is about 40 miles west of Beth lehem top producer in the Union officials made no comment on the They scheduled a membership meeting for tomor row and said the terms of agree ment would not be disclosed until the membership Lukens workers average a They demanded company financed pensions totaling 10 per manhour This was to be divided 4 cents for hospital and medical expenses and 6 cents tor Spokesman for the company laid Lukens already a company financed pension program of to monthly lot workers re tired at This figure social security The Bethlehem Steel pact guar antees a minimum The spokesmen said the ment was patterned after UM lehem ;