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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS ntermountain Network Station HALL Thrnhch akr 29 WEATHER Partly few showm Detalk M SALT LAKE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Union Pact Ends Strike Tribune Telegram This photograph of a light airplane that crashed in rough mountain terrain southwest of Magna was taken by Don special editions editor of The Salt Lake from the heli copter dispatched to give aid at the scene by The TribuneTelegram and Kemp Kelsey Air Ridicules LONG WALK HOME n riajm Plane Crashes on Mountain On Atom Use Near Two LAKE 11 UP United States told the i caught By JIM BALDWIN light in a mountainous down Passenger was Deputy Sheriff He received Truman Gives Krug Post To Chapman Letter to Resigning Head Overlooks Reported Clashes 11 President Harry S Truman Friday selected Oscar Chapman tor secretary of the interior as he ac cepted the resignation of Julius Krug in a warm note which overlooked reported differences on will climax years service with the department when he takes over He has been undersecretary since 1946 after three years as assistant sec The hefty Krug resigned in an exchange of friendly letters with Krugs stated reason We have done a pretty good job of accomplishing our Left No Alternative Truman recalled that Krug had often caid he wanted to quit and this left no alternative but to accept his resig nation reluctantly and with sin cere The letter began Dear which is Krugs nick There was if hint in the letter of reported cooling relations between Truman and the man he named in to take the place vacated by Har old MrC Truman in recent weeks had frowned on some ideas of the de partments reclamation and he had vetoed a Navaho re habilitation bill because it had an amendment making the Indians subject to state Krug was said to have okehed this amend Appreciation of Wett In his letter of Krug told the president The people of the west appreci ate your personal understanding of the urgent need for developing our natural There is no other way of providing decent job opportunities for our I am sure you will not accept the status quo way of in my exaggerates the concern of some who are wor ried about their future livelihood Friday that if Russia has atomic machines that can level moun crashed in rugged terrain eight miles southwest of Magna it also lias atom devices in the Oquirrh range Friday at that can level of State John Hickerson in effect ridiculed Thursdays assertion by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vi shinsky that Russia is using atomic energy to raze mountains and irrigate deserts but not to stockpile War or Peare At an Armistice day meeting of the general assemblys special I political Hicksrson said the Soviet representative was im plying a recognition of one of the basic facts that must be taken into account in any solution of the atomic energy question that the same atomic energy developed for peaceful uses is automatically and inescapably available for mili tary Hickerson told the that the United States had not over looked the peaceful side of atomic even though we have not attempted anything so spectacular as He pointed to the policy under vrhich the Atomic Energy commission is distributing iso topes for medical and research purposes either free or at very low What is the Soviet union do Ing to share the knowledge of the peaceful uses it has developed he Familiar Arguments The American atomic spokes in the first sentence of his plunged into a rebuttal of Thursdays spectacular atomic statement by the Soviet foreign but skillful handling of the craft saved the pilot and his passenger from serious They were able to hike back to Magna despite painful facial in juries and arrived just as a wide spread search was getting under Pilot of the Hilton 1027 10th Salt Lake suffered a severe injury to his lips that required 50 stitches to Canada Spurs Defense Plan 11 Canada said Friday the main lines of strat egy for the defense of the North American continent and western Europe have been clearly marked out even though they have not yet been put into A government while out lining Canadas defense said that though the threat of war be tween Russia and the west has abated during the past 18 Canada is continuing a full de fense also disclosed that she is negotiating with the United States for modification of the rights to bases in granted by Britain in the months before entry into World War When Britain in 1941 granted the a 99year lease on these Newfoundland now 10th Canadian province was a British In its reference to joint the white paper said that the pre liminaries are out of the way and soon the 12 member nations of chin a bruise near his left eye and other minor injuries when thrown against the instru ment The plane apparently hit an air pocket and was sucked into the rugged Orr Wiley maintained good control of the but it would not climb out of the downdraft and it was There was no elaboration on this but some believed it was a reference to differences Krug has has had with some officials about programs to develop western re For some com munities have fought the pro posed Columbia River feeling that they would be hurt by apparent it would strike That was when the pilot showed good Orr He pancaked the plane into the causing the tail to strike It overturned and crumpled the impact was1 It looked like we would crash head he The pilot was knocked out by the but revived The deputy said it was a few min utes before they were able to make their way out of the crumpled Narrow Timidity tne I The president assured Krug he was not accepting the status He said hostolity to change is too often inspired by narrow timidity and selfish Chapman said at a news con ference that for many years he has favored the Columbia Valley a vast development pro posal backed by the administration and which is a subject of contro versy in Chapmans appointment will put two men in the cabi The other is Secretary of Agriculture Charles Then we started the long walk he The pilot said that he tried to bank turn to avoid the but knew he was going to Thats when I decided to pan cake tail he The men were flying over the area looking for stray the deputy They had flown over the area into grazing See Page Column 5 Edwin Johnson lauding the presidents choice of observed that the post belongs to the west tra He predicted that Chapman will be unopposed in the Chapman was born in He made his home in Denver after attending law school See story on page Guy George Republican national addressing GOP audience which waited for more than two hours in Hotel Utah to hear his He was delayed by fogbound airfield in CALL TO ARMS With Aggressive QQP By MALMQtJIST Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabrielson Friday ad vised Republicans to forget except to profit by and start the kind of campaign that will win in 1950 and In an address delivered at a GOP rally in Hotel chair man Gabrielson said the party had demonstrated in and in some states in that it can win by carrying on the right kind of cam Truman Opens Civil Rights Thrust Anew 11 GW President Harry S Truman spoke out anew Friday for his contro versial civil rights program and declared he does not see how we can do otherwise than adopt It is he to see that Americans all over the country are growing more and more aware of the importance of his The president took the occasion of an Armistice day address be fore the National Conference of Christians and Jews to reempha size determination to demand passage of civil rights legislation congress returns next Jan when Must Be Honest He said it was full of familiar the Atlantic pact would sit down charges and distor He said it again gives clear evidence that he Vishinsky hasnt read or has misunderstood or misinterpreted or refuses to be lieve the clear intent of the United parts are on This is four to formulate an overall strategic master Canadas own defense plans in cluded particular stress on the air the paper adding tliaj worth of planes and j rimes be the value of last years Nations atomic Because nuclear fuel can converted so easily and almost Besides the paper which instantaneously into he was presented to the house of com Big Three Zealously Guard Decisions Made in Paris i from Paris to make his weekend 11 of State Dean Acheson said Friday that and possibly will pass be fore the world learns all of the de cisions made at the secret big three foreign ministers conference in Acheson arrived here by plane at EST to confer with American officials and give leaders of the new west Ger man federal republic some of the details of the big three He was asked at the airport when these details would be given to the That will develop in the weeks Even before Acheson arrived of possible trouble arose over concessions the west German government will be asked to make and months that lie he the proposals put forward mons by Defense Minister Brooke Acheson went then to the sub hv the Soviet Union would Canada has undertaken wholly ineffective as a means of to build a cast radar defense net urban home at Bad Homburg of American high commissioner John who accompanied him of Germanys re full equal coopera as the price entrance into Uon with western Kurt head of the powerful left wing opposition So cial Democratic said by telephone from Bonn that the big three conference had ended in failure because France had re fused to make concessions to Ger many while Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of the west German government had made too many concessions to the At the Schumacher the con ference brought nothing but fur ther deterioration of the present If we look at ourselves in the true spirit of Truman we must acknowl edge that in the United States there are instances of discrimina tion and injustice because of dif ference in religion or na tional During the last congressional the lawmakers were split far apart on the longfought civil rights Truman indirectly but vig orously attacked religious and other forms of persecution in Rus sia and her satellite Threaten Achievements Without mentioning the Soviet bloc by he declared In various parts of the world human rights and freedom are being deliberately violated and Men and women are being systematically persecuted for their religious Cam paigns are being waged to turn religion into a tool of the These things are not only morally threaten to undo the slow and hardwon achievements of he They represent a new bar more terrible than that of ancient These are the acts of men who conceive of other mtn as not as He described that right kind as A unre lenting campaign pointing out and emphasizing the fallacies and the TrumanSocialist and at the same time expounding of pro gressive and constructive Repub licanism designed to protect arid improve the basic structure of the federal God that the stakes for which we are contesting are high enough to justify any con ceivable We are literally fighting to prevent our American republic from being converted into a socialist Dont think I am exaggerating when I say English Example How many of you 10 years ago would have believed anyone who said that in the year 1949 England would be completing her fourth year under a socialist government It and it happen there and it can happen here unless we prevent The GOP chairman interpreted the results of scattered offyear elections last Tuesday as notice to the party that it has a tough fight on its hands for He specifically commented on the reelection of a Republican gov ernor in his own state of New Jer sey and the defeat in New York for a senate seat Courageous Fight He credited John Foster Dulles with putting up a most courageous fight against tremend ous odds and pointed out that the Return To Job Under Contract Terms 11 great 1949 steel itrike ended Friday night with the signing of an Armistice day peace pact between the United States Steel and the C10 United Big Steel agreed to the Bethlehem pattern and the union gave striking employes their back to work The effective at leaves only strikers idle out of who walked out 1 in support of demands for companypaid pen sions and Steel ordered maintenance men into its plants across the nation at Steel will pouring from furnaces by Monday jr Near Normal Production Federal labor officials said in Washington that th settlement will return steel production to near normal and end the The contract gives the corpora tions employes minimum monthly social they reach 65 if they have 25 years The pact also provides a Cc an hour insurance Insurance costs are divided equally between workers and Wage now averaging an are Companies The Steel contract tech nically applies only to six major operating employing but the corpora tion said the union agreed to direct all striking big steel employes back to A company spokesman said it is understood all fabricating com panies owned by Steel will sign similar agreements a mat ter of Chairman Carroll Daugherty of Harry S Trumans steel factfinding board Mid he was delighted arid very happy over the He added Hails Settlement It is an indication of what real collective bargaining can do when parties want to get together and find a suitable solution of their The terms of settlement are entirely within the framework of the steel factfinding boards Last September the steel board suggested a lOc an hour pension and insurance package to be paid for by That plan called for a 6c pension plan and a 4c insurance Philip union followed up the signing of a new pact with a meeting of the steel workers powerful wagepolicy committee That 170man ifroup unanimously ratified all pacts signed so far with Smaller Companies Sign Four smaller employing settled during the day on the Bethlehem They are Colorado Fuel and union employes Worth 1100 1200 Inland and Alle gheny also are near Steel and the others mak ing Armistice day seettlements brought the number of workers covered by contracts election of former Herbert signed since the start of the 42 Lehman was for only one Gabrielson attacked the ad See Page Column A day Nearly are still idle but See Page Column 2 Drafts Plan to Transfer Capital in Event of Assault 11 plans are being drawn tb move the seat of government from Washing ton if this capital ever becomes an attack target in a future of Defense Louis Johnson disclosed Johnson said these plans include transfer of the navy and air force and designation of successors to military Writing Alexander Wiley Johnson said that certain definite steps have been taken to guard against the contingency of a destructive attack on Washing but he did not go in to detail on what they Wiley had inquired what plans were being made to de centralize if it became Johnson replied that in recognition of the fact that it is not beyond the bounds of possibility for Washington to be the target of a damaging and thai the govern ment might have to move as a it follows that plant should be They are in the course of The secretary added that it is important that some dis persal of military activities take place prior to and in antici pation of poMible attack on Washington and this is put of the READY TO ROLL Geneva Spurs Work Alerts Crews Geneva Steel will immediate ly start getting its facilities back into normal Walther announced Friday night upon being advised that the CIO United Steelwork ers and United States Genevas parent had signed a strikeending pension The company will notify the idled workers when to report back to their To avoid telephone they are requested not to attempt to contact company The rolling mill is expected to get back into production of plates and coils within 36 as an adequate supply of slabs Is en It will take six to ten days to get two of the three blast naces into operation at tht strike level Two of the four batteries of coke ovens have been operating on a curtailed basis during the strike and this operation win bs stepped up in coordination with the blast The open hearth furnaces will go back into production as hot metal becomes available from the blast The Ironton blast furnace will be producing pig iron within two Coal mining operations will resumed as coal is needed and the miners will be notified when to report for Lewis Queries FaetFinding Board Value NEW 11 Lewis said Friday he doubted whether a factfinding board would be of value in settling the soft coal dispute but that the United Mine Workers were willing to re sume conferences with the coal operators or with federal media tion chief Cyrus The stand of the U M W presi dent made it most likely that Harry S Truman will invoke nostrike proviso of the Tart Hartley law before the current coal strike truce expires on Lewis loo Lewis told a press conference that he obviously was too busy getting the miners back into the nits after a 52day strike to at tend a conference in Washington with Ching and the operators Lewis said Friday that UMW representatives were now ready to attend conferences with Ching or anybody else who can contribute to a settlement were not asking Ching for a he were merely saving that Barkis is Thumbs Down He was referring to a in the Charles Dickens David who said was willin to marry a hows There have indications that the government might offtr to set up a factfinding similar to the one employed in the stMl before using the 80day no strike injunction of Hartley But Lnria thumbs down on such a Mine workers rspressftttUm are fully familiar with afl ths facts of the and obviously the operators also an awl afUr ail the question ts betwitn he I doubt that a technical board of inquiry cooU throw any great amount of ttgbt r ;