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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intermountaln Network Station KALL Thrnneh Prldtf WEATHER Fair wmnner ud 30 SALT LAKE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Steel Crews Fire Hail Peace Gear Giant Industry For Resumption Of Top Production 12 UPV Back to work of cheer Ing thousands Saturday put America economic in business after a 42day strike costing nearly a billion Smoke billowed from mill stacks the Workers cele brated and then geared tht giant Industry for top production early In the week The jubilant CIO United Steel workers who won their insurance and pensions started sweeping holdout firms into the contract Fewer than are still idle out of the more than who struck Top Producers Signed All top producers now are Even the government there IB no steel crisis any more since production quickly goes back to near Some of the little fellows havent But union Philip Murray predicts 90 of the in dustry will be under contract by Contract talks went on every In the union signed two midwestern iron min ing Norton and Hanna employing Major holdouts include Alle Crucible Pittsburgh Sharon Steel and Wheeling Allegheny Lud lum and Wheeling are near agree Major Here are the results of Amer icas most costly steel strike Steelworkers obtained a month companyfinanced pen sions including social They also got a 5c hourly insur ance program in which they pay half the The nation on conserva tive in steel wages and steel Union Protests Go Up in Smoke Jubilant members of a CIO steelworkers local In burn their picket placards In a bonfire celebrating Fridays settlement ending the six weeks strike against Steel Courts Order Seen to Bar 30 Strike 12 UP The government Saturday planned its next move fti the soft coal wage dispute and officials be lieved Harry S Truman soon would direct federal lawyers to get a court order forbidding the miners to strike again Cyrus federal media tion said there would be other hundreds of millions no governmental action in the coal Murray was happy over the dispute before Ching is expected to decide then Steel Benjamin who spearheaded indus trys fight against free insurance and pensions which the workers said he welcomed the Contributory Fairless pointed out that the agreement allows pensions including federal social that the social security act re quires equal contribution by em ployers and employes and To that pensions under this settlement are upon a con tributory whether to make one more try to get John Lewis and the soft coal operators to resume contract The United Mine Workers chief and the operators havent met in Injunction Threat justice department attorneys continued work on a TaftHartley act court order which could delay the threatened new strike for about 80 White House aids said Truman will order the lawyers to get the court injunction if no One of Murrays top lieutenants agreement is reached between said the Bethlehem pattern conLewis and the coal industry in the tract is a reply to the Commu nists boast they will give the American people economic secur next week or Some officials believe the presi before going ahead with the ity if you will sacrifice your po strikestopping machinery of the litical TaftHartley may suggest Communist by EaglePicher Mining Smelting paid for each presidential Black Market In Television Sets Flourishes 12 fledgling black market in tele visio sets reared its head this week Christmas buying still around the TV set makers in the Chicago who produce more than a third of the nations re vealed some retail dealers in vari ous parts of the country are getting prices at to or more over list on the more popular On lesser known dealers who were offered discounts of 20 to 25 from list now are cutting back to only 10 and 12 if Buying at Premium Highvolume dealers who are running out of sets are shopping around to buy at premium prices from more fortunately stocked then reselling at the higher Manufacturers explained they have no control of overlist prices Ior discount There assistant John are no socalled fair trade prices Steelworkers David j that Lewis and the industry agree McDonald said the pact is the jto let a special presidential board greatest forward step in the his study the dispute and make set tory of American and tlement scribed its pension and security This was the procedure features as a negation of the Truman followed in the recent steel industry pension To Wait Week already has in dicated he will not go along with a special Lewis offered to anybody who can meet with contribute Zinc Price Jumps Again on Mart 12 the fourth straight zinc ore quotations in the tristate mining j try officials took him up on the district took another upturn Sati offer Ching said he would wait at The open market price jumped least until next week before decid from to per followed ing what to do He sched to settlement of the contract But neither government nor indus FIGHT OVER TriggerHappy Vet Tells Of Fraternity Slaying 12 UP gay homecoming party and dance ended in tragedy early Sat urday when triggerhappy Ohio State university student James fatally shot a fra ternity brother after an argument over a I get trigger happy whenever I get the exmarine told police soon after he had shot down Jack in the mid dle of the a pledge of the is from He surrendered to Held with him as a ma terial witness was Joyce daughter of Virgil Crafton of Cleveland and Heers weekend Police said Mckeowns death resulted from a fight over The shooting occurred in front of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house at after a gay party held on the eve of the Ohio StateIllinois Police said there had been considerable cut ting up and that Heer had been spreading his attentions lavishly before he took a pistol from a raced downstairs and shot down his Dean of Men Joseph Parks said any cocktail party at the fraternity house was against uni versity regulations and that the party would be We are not certain there was such a cocktail party and we are trying to make sure of all the facts before taking any action against the Parks Argument Seen outstanding journal ism student and popular campus leader from was shot in the abdomen when he tried to wrest the pistol from Apparently there was some kind of argument just before Heer went upstairs in the fraternity house after the Coroner Richard Evans Police said the young men were fighting over Miss who had been taken to the home of an aunt to spend the night before Heer shot Asks for Police Heer fled from the scene and Vishinsky Scores Use Of ABombs on Japan IS ALL FORGIVEN Proffers Bonn West Role Today 12 crucial hour of of State Dean Achesona visit arrives Sunday when he travels to it Acheson will tell Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer and other top Germans that from now on western Germany will be counted on for a big eco and possibly even part in the battle against commu During his stay in Bonn Acheson will confer with Adenauer for one He also will see other Bonn statesmen to reveal hitherto secret details of the Paris See World Reliable sources said Acheson will tell the recent enemies that the British and French have agreed to Revise the dismantling pro gram for Declare an end to the state of war Promptly admit West Ger many and the Saar as associate members of the Council of Details of all these agreements have not been publicly But they all point to an all is for given policy and rapid readmis sion of Germany in the western community of Heidelberg Parley Acheson has not disclosed one word of Paris conference results since his arri has he had nv He has the men w John M here Nor of chance to do exclusively to at Paris with Commissioner and has seen few i Saturday A accompanied by McCloy ana Ambassador to Britain drove to Heidelberg American mili tary leaders The visit was surprisingly confined to 90 minutes around a luncheon table at the swank Schloss With German waiters scurrying in and a top secret discussion could hardly be carried Yugos Cancel 47 Treaty With Albania 12 WP Yugoslavia Saturday junked her treaty of friendship alliance with 10 days after delivering a virtual ultima tum to her little southern neigh went to the city sewage disposal plant where he told Pat a construction to call po He looked at me a minute and i Take this gun and call po Ive killed my Keenan nervously Keenan said the youth told him that McKeown was coming at I told him to stay But he kept Then it ton of ore delivered to its Comj presumably to plan the governments coal strike Luxury Cruiser Snags Rocks At Night Off Mexico Point 121 utes later struck the rocks of once the 1 Point half a mile from yacht of the late Pierpont Mor where the vessel lies with her had a midnight harbor shipbow low in the grounded in this fastmoving they For their most manufac turers say they have placed distrib utors and dealers on an allocation basis already are sold out until the end of the and are now building up a 1950 order Several said they have from five to seven times as many orders as production capacity between now and the end of the Parts Shortages One noted that small radios and 01 wreck here with 46 passengers on Ensenada de os Presos Bay phonographs are even scarcer than TV Its almost tougher today than after the war in some re There were no casualties and no panic but the luxury cruise boat Is beached with a long tear below the water line on her port left The few of whom had gone to were taken off in lifeboats to the beach a few hundred yards of the In an passengers were returning to the hotels they left Friday night for the re turn voyage to Los of the Port Pena who gave the ship clearance at her said the steering mech anism apparently He said the big hole in the bow caused The 82 officers and men of the so much water to be shipped that crew shepherded the passengers to i boiler fires soon were oil fuel their boat helped them tanks were flooded and the skip don life preservers and lowered the boats quickly to the calm bay lacked steam pressure to water in briffht return to the nearly The Corsair arrived Wednesday a mile on one of its periodical cruises quickly with 55 nine of whom using his diminishing ma decided to remain here neuvered the 2699ton The yacht left dock at craft off the and toward the iCSTJ Friday night and 15 minnearest he Shortages of cathode and seasoned cabinet lumber have combined with a sharp jump in public demand to create the present yet set produc tion never was Television an invest ment house operating only in TV reported the industry last month brought an estimated j 000 sets off the assembly This it is expected to show at least as large a record For the whole year a fund offi cial predicts an estimated of which some will come out of the 11 major producers in UM Chicago ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 11 Editorial 13 Intelmountain 15 SECTION B Local Deaths 10 Drama Mines and Markets 13 SECTION S 16 Intermountain 1 Farwest 2 Midwest 3 Eastern Football 4 5 Baseball 6 Fish and 7 Boxing 16 Classified Advertising 815 SECTION W Society 114 SECTION H 112 Farm Letter 2 Prize Recipe 8 SECTION M Features Utah Radio Art 6 The 18 guests included Thomas commander of armed forces and Clarence Huebner and John army and air forces It appeared that Acheson was putting into action the vote of confidence he gave McCloy On his arrival he refused to discuss German policy because McCloy was the official Acheson has the full support of the president and the secretary of Medina Death Plot Police Reveal NEW 12 eight hours of po lice Saturday night said a reported death plot against Federal Judge Harold Medina was nothing but big shot talk by four young They released all four with a Marshal Titos government charged that goaded by Soviet Russia and her eastern European committed unfriendly In a note handed the Albanians Yugoslavia sharply told her to stop these hostile gestures and to live up to the terms of their 1947 friendship Quick Reply Demanded A reply was demanded within the shortest possible Albania ignored the It was the first time that Yugo badgered for months by Russia and her Balkan has taken the initiative in scrap ping one of the alliances which formerly bound them following campaigns of I mutual abuse and Rus Ro Hungary and Bulgaria sev ered treaty ties with Diplomatic con Saturdays formal note more than 3000 words to the Albanian legation at listed these specific grievances i against the tiny Communist na kion on the shores of the Adri atic Hostile Campaign It had carried on a furious and hostile press and radio cam paign against Used unheard of methods in its official Prevented Yugoslavs owning border property from crossing the frontier to their holdings on the Albanian These Yugoslavs were arrested and It organized a group of trai tors and deserters to provoke fron itier incidents and carry on sub warning and called off the heavy guard they had thrown around the 61yearold judges New York Medina presided over the nine month Communist conspiracy After the 11 top Communist de fendants were convicted he sentenced them all to prison He was granted steadily throughout the trial after receiv ing a flood of abusive Nothing to It There is absolutely nothing to the idea of a detectives We are convinced that these people have nothing to do with any plot against Judge detectives A flurry of investigation started this evening when two young men told the FBI here that the two girls had said the judge would be done away with sometime in the next few Medina himself was skeptical about the whole and after thorough questioning of the four young people police turned them all loose with a Big Shot Talk They were just talking like the detective As soon as the FBI got the it called the New York police department and asked for a local The Brooklyn officers took over and FBI agents were not directly police versive i activities against Yugo Police said the two were Audrey a student at Abraham Lincoln high and Marlene a sales girl in lingerie They live at Manhattan Name The informants were named by officers as Dennis and Melvin 23 both of After they were all taken to Brooklyn precinct station officers said the following story came out The young men met the girls recently and the men told them a glamorous story of a trip to China and worth of loot they had The men said part of the loot was stolen by a and they asked the help of the two sisters in getting it Reiterates Russ Approval Of International Control LAKE 12 Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky Saturday deplored American UM of the atomic bomb to kill scores of thousands at Hiroshima and and said that the Soviet union has offered to open its doors to international atomic control and pressing the steppedup Soviet atomic peact reiterated to the United Nations was not using atomic energy just to shake jut for peaceful pur But while the Russian foreign minister emphasized the Soviet willingness to have an eventual atomic control organ carry out periodic inspections of Russian atomic he said his coun try would not accept the plan in sisted upon by western Unlimited Inspections That plan would call for unlim ited inspections of atom production from mine to finished Vishinsky Issued a new warning that only a ban on atomic weapons snd the control and enforcement of such a prohibition can avert the terrible threat of an atomic Vishinsky built up his oblique remarks about use of the atom bomb against Japan ing that his own country was con centrating on peaceful uses of nu clear After we are not just going to shake the he That would be economically unprofit although there have been cases in history where atomic bombs shook the atr rather than do good for and in addition to shaking the they killed scores of thousands of persons without any militarily from the point of view of prosecuting the war or from the point of view of anybodys war Diplomat Questioned After the meeting newsmen accosted the Soviet dip lomat to pin down his but he did not completely clarify his He said he was referring to what Generalissimo Josef Stalin said in a newspaper interview with Brit ish correspondent Alexander Abombs cannot de cide the outcome of a When asked if he had meant that atom bombs did not decide the outcome of World War he said he was not that question referring to One American official scoffed at Vishinskys criticism of the Hiro shima and Nagasaki bombings by recalling what Stalin had said to Harry S Truman at Pots dam when Truman told him about successful development of an Supported Aim At that moment in ac cording to the account written by former of State James Byrnes in Speaking Stalin said he was glad to hear about the and hoped the United States would use The American atomic spokes of State John complained to news men that Vishinsky had not an swered his statement Friday that there was little difference between an atomic device for razing moun tains and a bomb for leveling Took Strong Issue Hickerson also took vehement issue with Vishinskys claim that the United States plan was de signed to put off to some indefi nitely future the moment when their country would have to give up its Abomb The sooner this stage of control could be Hickerson the better the United States would like FOR 20 YEARS Worker Stole a Spent None strange story of an embezzler who systematically stole 7 a day from his employer every day he worked for nearly 20 and hoarded the stolen money in strongboxes and bank accounts without spending a cent of was disclosed Saturday in municipal The court proceedings resulted in five years probation for the Joseph a pharmacist and family man re spected as a pillar of the commu and restoration to his em the Buerstatte op erator of one of the citys largest drug of The proceedings also disclosed that members of the Buerstatte family caught Decker helping him self to receipts in November It was said the owners of the store forgave Decker and kept him on the job when he produced from a strong box in hi home and assured theni tftii attount wll all he had No complaint was made to pub lic it was but Decker never interrupted his daily habit of holding out in His total thefts were estimated by Fred Dicke at 320 and the total restored by him was Richard Buerstatte store said he was satisfied with the restitution made by Decker snd had no desire to see him sent to Dicke informed Municipal Judge Bredeson that the state had no objection to The judge sentenced Decker to five years but stayed the sentence and placed him on probation to the state welfare Dulles Threat Stirs Guard COLD SPRING 12 po lice said Saturday they believed an anonymous telephone threat to bum down the Long Island home of former John Foster Dulles was the work of a But they announced they have set up a day and night guard at Dulles home here under the di rection of Lawrence Maxwell of the Bayshore state The call was reported by Dulles before he left on a It was made after the house of his Allen burned Mon Police believed the fire was caused by a defective oil Investigators have been unable to find any traces of The caller reportedly told Dulles Your home will be Dulles uses the Long Island house as a summer His brothers summer home WM at Lloyds LESS THAN YEARLY LowIncome Family Numbers Bared The Albanian government is j 12 NYT than families and single individuals in the United States received less than flOOO cash income in ac cording to a report made public Saturday by the subcommittee on lowincome families of the joint committee on the economic re Compiled to provide a factual foundation for hearings on low income groups to be held 12 to the document is Low Income Families and Economic i at any to incite i chauvinistic hatred among the Al banian people toward the people of using the same methods and cliques of the It is constantly organizing frontier John Sparkman did not necessarily represent the views of the subcommittee or its The document was com piled by the subcommittees Stressing that the lowincome families of America have been left behind in the economic prog ress of this the report stated that some lowincome families live at levels below even the most conservative estimate of the minimum necessary for health and The document also disclosed that a third of the countrys ies and single individuals received chairman of the than in cash income in mittee stressed in a letter trans mitting the report to Joseph OMahoney head of the full that the ma terial contained in the document The unfilled wants of Ameri can families now living on inade quate incomes constitutes a great underdeveloped economic A new and expansible market for the products of Ameri can according to the Not all of the families and not all of the individuals having in comes under can be con sidered in financial the reoort it Many farm have gotten along comfortably on of cash whereas a family living in a highcost city like Washington or New and having same might have felt pinch Most of the families in the In come bracket below are non farm Of a total of almoit families In this a total of live on the report farm poverty ii aUo a im portant ;