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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS latermooatatn Network Station KALL Monday Thraafk ratty i ab ft ibnnt WEATHER Fair with variable Details M tt 32 SALT LAKE TUESDAY NOVEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS Western Powers Call For Peace Ask RUSS to Stop Hate Cooperate in 12Point Program LAKE 14 United States and western powers called on the Soviet union Monday to stop its campaign of hate and cooperate in a 12point program for Warren chief United States put before the 59nation political committee of the assembly a joint resolution reaffirming belief in the charter and listing 12 essentials for France quickly indorsed the Austin demanded that the political committee kill forthwith a threepoint resolution presented by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Austin said if Vishinsky wanted to cooperate with the world the Soviet resolution was not nec essary if he did not intend to co Acheson Loyal Reich Earns Aid U of State Dean Acheson told Germans Monday the United States cannot export freedom and prosperity to nations which lack courage and will to help The failure of China to with stand Communism proved he Therefore divided Germany must exert all its mind and en ergy in its battle for liberty and Such an effort will al ways win American support and tangible the secretary de Ends Tour Acheson wound up a threeday tour of western Germany here in Berlin where east and west col He took off by plane Monday night for the United For the third time since he came into Germany from the secretary of state told news men that High Commissioner John J McCloy makes the policy state ments for the United States in He gave no clues to the decisions reached in Paris last week by the British and French foreign ministers in their confer ence on West is Symbol His emphasis on this was viewed as a direct answer to British criticism of McCloy over the ques tion of ending the dismantling of German industries and other eco nomic Visiting the antiCommunist west Berlin government Acheson called it a living symbol of a great spirit and a great demon stration of Hs observed that the people of west Berlin had not given in to the Russian and de clared Liberty has been preserved in Problems Cited Mayor Ernest in replied that we know we can rely on you and you can rely on Acheson told a news conference the world is beset by two types of problems Russian aggressive Economic A group of powers led by the Soviet union is attempting to make thrusts in various directions which Interfere with the whole environ ment of freedom and liberty which many nations still have and intend to these thrusts have to be met where they he another peace pact among the five great powers the United France and China would De a Gives Peace Recipe Speaking solemnly and with obvious Austin gave this peace recipe to Vishinsky and the Soviet bloc If the Soviet government wishes j to undertake measures for strengthening the means are at its instant Stop your campaign of hate against the non cominform Forsake your doctrine that the noncominform world is your Let your people meet with ours and dis cuss together our common prob Lift your iron curtain and you will strengthen Okeh Further Talks In the 59nation special political committee of the the westernbacked proposal by France and Canada for the six atomic powers to continue talks was ap 48 to 5 the Soviet bloc with five It now goes to the where final ap proval is Thus far that is about as much as the delegates expect to get out of the present assembly on the atomic despite the feel ing of urgent need for a curb for atomic The special committee 24 to an Indian proposal for the international law commission to draft a world declaration of atomic Reject RUM Proposal the committee turned down the Soviet proposal for the 11nation atomic energy commis sion to resume its suspended meet Ings and work out atomic conven tions along lines of the Soviet The vote on the principal part of the Soviet resolution was 43 6 for and 9 This plan has been turned down See Page Columns Bonn Assured Allied Troops 15 Miners Rescued MAHANOY 14 miners emerged unin jured Monday night after being trapped more than six hours be hind a fall of rock at the bottom of the Maple hil colliery of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron 14 The western allies intend to keep their troops in Germany even if Russian troops are a west German government spokes man said The spokesman indicated this was one of the decisions reached at last weeks Paris conference of the Big Three allied foreign mini the results of which have not yet been announced of State Dean Acheson and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer agreed at their meeting Sunday on the need for keeping western troops in Ger the spokesman He said the appointment of Soviet Marshal Konstantin Rokos aovaky as commanderinchief of Polish army indicates that Russian troops will soon be withdrawn from eastern The spokesman said Adenauer also agreed with Acheson on maintaining it techincal state of war in claims president of Anaconde Anaconda Dies 14 A heart attack Monday killed Hobbins of New president of the Anaconda Copper Mining since He was 68 years Hobbins was stricken as he lunched with company officials while here on a routine inspection He was pronounced dead on arrival at local Born in Hobbins did survey and construction engi neering work after attending Wis consin He came to Montana in 1912 with the Great Falls Power Joins Anaconda In 1922 He joined Anaconda here in 1922 as assistant to the vice president and stepped up to vice president a year Hobbins went to New TotX as executive vice president in He also was president of the Andes Copper Mining Chile Copper Chile Exploration Butte Water He was a direc tor of Mines Copper Export American Brass National City Bank of New Anaconda Sales Anaconda Wire and Cable and International Smelting and Re fining Butte Project About an hour before his Bobbins authorized full scale re sumption of major mining projects in the Butte He gave the green light to the Greater Butte a multimillion dollar move to recover lowgrade copper Part of the project was suspended June Hobbins also authorized reopen ing of the Belmont Copper mine which was shut down June 6 and ordered resumption of shipments from zinc Survivors include the widow soninlaw and and Baird Harry of of of Crystal and a Louise of Winchells Mother Falls to Death NEW 14 Jennie Bakst mother of columnist Walter Win jumped or fell to her death Monday night from hospital police Police said she plunged from the 10th floor of Doctors hospital while her nurse was out to Winchell had been a patient there since when she was stricken with coronary throm WATCHFUL WAITING Truman Marks Time in Coal Dispute 14 The government dropped a broad Monday that it may act after a day or so to stop a new coal strike 1 unless John Lewis and coal operators make a fast peace Cyrus federal media tion told reporters after a White House conference that he was adopting an attitude of watchful waiting for the next 24 or 48 Ching obviously was hoping Lewis and the coal operators could break their deadlock on writing a new But it was plain that neither Ching nor the White House is disposed to let the matter slide into next Lewis has twice during recent days invited peace talks with the But they consider fur ther talks useless unless Lewis sejrs be is willing to renew the old expired last July without boosting pay or welfare fare or reducing working as Lewis Southern operators caucused during the day with some indica tions they may reply to Lewis weekend bid for Because of the Isck of any signs of Ching was re ported to feel there wasnt much use for him to arrange federal sponsored Lewis and the operators in six months have made no noticeable progress toward solving their Lewis has been seeking a with out success a deal with some seg ment of the Industry that he could use to persuade the rest of the industry to sign on the dotted He tried this with Illinois and In diana operators publicly and a number of ether industry leaden He spent last week end in New York on union The operators have taken a firm saying they cant increase costs now because of the fuel price competition with oil and Ching made a new report Mon day to Harry S Trumans as John but de clined to say afterward what steps arebeing considered when the watchful waiting It was known the White Rouse was thinking of setting up a fact finding board to recommend a set tlement as was done in the steel strike or invoking the TaftHarUey acts emergency pro Officials felt one or the other of these steps must be put into effect this there is a sudden a new strike on Iis U be Eastern Rails Get Fare Boost Okeh ICC Splits Doubts Raise Will Clear Picture CSV Eastern railroads got an okeh Mon day for a increue in When thii will bring the basic coach fare in the to a mile and the Pullman and parlor car rate to a It will increase the spread in the cost of railroad travel in the east as compared with the south and the Commutation fares are not af ICC The Interstate Commerce Com mission split sharply in authorizing the new estimated by the railroads to provide them an ad ditional a They are authorized to make the new charges upon five days A majority of the 11member agency found the railroads had shown they were entitled to high er The carriers plea pointed to a net loss of about in passenger operations last calling this the largest in But chairman Charles Ma who wrote a dissenting opinion in which three other com missioners doubted that higher fares will solve the car riers Problem Not Simple The net revenue effect of the further substantial increase now approved is more likely to be un favorable than Mahaf fie If the railroads still had sub stantially a monopoly of passen ger increases in as costs might wen be the proper The present problem is not so Aside from the Tart amount of intercity travel by pri vate public carriers by highway and air provide very ef fective It seems apparent that in ad dition to continued improvement in their passenger the time has arrived for these petition en to experiment with reduced rather than with further Commissioners Clyde Aitchi William Lee and Walter Splawn shared Mahaffies Cite Revenue Need The ICC majority however It is clear that petitioners are in need of additional revenue and that the increase sought of will not be an unreasonable contribution to such revenue The proposed fares will still be relatively low in relation to peti tioners increased expenses and to the level ofincomes and prices Experienced traffic officers of the petitioners were unanimous in their view that the proposed in creases would not result in a sub stantial diversion of the travel Such diversion for the petitioners collectively is estimated at about two per Fourth Increase A minimum increase of 5c is authorized in each fare regardless of The ICC also in creased the minimum fare in the east from15 to This is the fourth increase in eastern fares since prewar Hikes of about 10 were author ized in 1942 and in Last year there was an increase of about Southern and western railroads shared in the 1942 and 1947 in but the 17 hike last year and Mondays increase ap plied only to eastern These are railroads which operate east of the Mississippi and north of the Ohio and Potomac In South and West In the south and the basic coach fare is a the Pull man and parlor car fare a Mahaffie noted that previous in creases in eastern fares had failed to halt a steady decline in pas senger he should serve as a wanting that measures other than additional increases in fares are necessary if the decline is to be i Pittsburgh Steel Mill Okehs Pact 14 strike ending settlement was reached at E 8 Mon day night between the CIO United Steelworkers and the Allegheny Ludlum Steel The action came as numerous smaller steel companies joined the major in a baclctowork The contract signed with Alle gheny Ludlum covered about workers at five plants in these cities Brackenridge and West and Dunkirk and 10 Leap Out Blazing B29 To Safety in Tooele Area Firedamaged from WMcfc 10 crewI above Wenfever range at Is examined men parachutes after pine frurst teto flames fcy firemen after sale laadtog at Bait Lake airport Utahn Lands Ship Safely At Tort By 8ANDT SANDERSON After battling a naming B29 engine for 200 miles over the western Utah 10 crew Monday at dusk para chuted to safety near Tooele The Utah with his co pilot and flight contin ued to fight the blaze and rought the crippled bomber in to a landing at Salt Lake munici al airport as crash trucks and fire crews stood trtabn Pilots Ship A First Lt William was the coolheaded pilot who brought the plane in With him were First Lt Des copilot and Richard flight Eckles is a eon of Mrs Mado ine 47 7th Three hours after the plane the fliers who bailed out over Tooele were located at various service stations and homes in Tooele and Grants Taken to Tooele ordnance depot by sheriffs Utah highway patrolmen and searchers from the depot none any Chutteta Identified They were identified as CaptWilliam David Borchert Am Capt Homer Sins First Nicholas Sgt Robert Kalis Mont 8gt KlIUMtb WilUaffiMAi Ralph Evans Ind Virigl Chutists DetailBig Drop From Crippled Bomber Virgil those cows would stomp me wasnt very happy Monday to I thought I wag through with this he declared as he relaxed at the Tooele Ordnance depot officers club with nine fel low crew All had para chuted for their lives from an ap parentlydoomed Three times I Jumped in 1945 in You cant call any of em but this was the I Especially my Wasnt any strain until I saw a big bunch of Now Im a city boy and I didnt know but PAPER TEST Bars Hiss Evidence Try NEW 14 Hiss Monday was denied the right to have chemical and other tests made for age and char him in his first perjury Hiss Claude had sought to have the tests made for age and char acteristics of the in the hope of showing the paper used was of a type to which Hiss had no Federal Judge William Bendy denied the saying it was doubtful if such tests be made without mutilation of the Hiss was charged with perjury after he denied before a grand jury charges by Whittaker Cham selfstyled Communist spy that Hiss helped him get secret government Hiss first trial ended in a hung His second begin trial is set to Judge Bendy Monday upheld a previous order giving Hiss the right to look at certain State de partment in an effort to find out if Chambers went abroad between 1930 and Hiss lawyer said it may develop that Chambers was out of the country at a time when he said he was meeting Hiss Later Federal Judge Irving Kaufman reserved decision on a government effort to quash anoth er Hiss attempt to seek defense So I pulled on the shroud lines until I saw I was going down on a not seeing any ladders I pulled some more and ended up in a pig Pigs aint very are they When I was Just about SO up I saw two little gals about 810 years old playin in the I hollered Hey1 at em and about scarced the little darlina to I came down and the chute fell over One little gal took off for the barn but the other Just stood there hoppin up and down and screaming for Wasnt because when I stuck my head out she Just hollered Talkative Descent Despite this inauspicious en Harrell got a lift into town from the William didnt have to have a He landed almost inside TOD and had to maneuver his parachute to avoid power David Am the only other man besides Harrell who had jumped landed Donald Ander and Robert rode down almost side by side and talked back and The worst part of it for Garrison was that he almost got airsick watch ing his own chute sway above him The Perfect Host Both had coffee and stew with a who wasnt par ticularly surprised to see Ralph Evans met a herder The sheep didnt but I could hear this guy yelHng and yelling as I folded up my I finally made out that he was say ing Youre scaring my That struck me funny I lay down and laughed for 10 I almost break my neck and hes worried about pony running away Five men leaped from the front escape hatch and five from the Some were blown further by wind and slipstream than oth ers and were scattered within a sevenmile Garrison and BuUman jumped from the front and back evidently i about Uw same SPY THRILLER Coplon Arrest Chase Aired NEW 14 FBI agent testified Monday that Judith Coplon and Valentin Gubit chev were arrested because they tried to shake off FBI men in a pursuit rivaling a Hollywood spy Agent Robert Granville was the He traced move by move the sevencar and 21agent dragnet that finally closed in on the government girl and the Soviet engineer last March 4 in the shad ow of New Yorks Third avenue elevated Miss a forme jus tice department and Gu now suspended from his United Nations are charged with conspiring to steal secret documents for trans mittal to the Their trial was scheduled to be gin Federal Judge Syl vester Ryan to a pretrial hearing on a defense motion to force return of papers and other property taken from Miss when she was ar Her Archibald Palmer contends that tne arrest was il legal The hearing may last sev eral David LAS An Cpl Donald Ander Bursts Into Flames As the plane passed over the Wendover range the outboard mo tor at the left of the pilot burst into Automatic extinguish ers quelled the but it broke out The plane was at feet when the fire Because the plane was making a wide turn toward Salt Lake the pilot said it was closer for him to try to bring it in at the mu nicipal airport than try a lanSing at Wendover which has been de No lighting or radio tower is maintained at 10 Parachute to Safety When the plane was over Tooele the 10 crewmen parachuted from the naming craft They Jumped from an altitude of They landed within seven miles of each After all the men were the pilot circled for about 10 min utes before deciding to fly across the The pilot apparently had to cir cle to the south after entering Salt Lake valley and came into the air port from the Personnel at the airport control tower summoned the Salt Lake City lire department which sent the airport Contact with the plane was made first by the Salt Lake airport con trol tower when the excited cry May Day May Day broke into CoJumaS Bonnie Prince Charlie Stirs Cheers on First Birthday 14 second in line for the British celebrated his first birthday Monday took the first salute from the They were the commoners on the sidewalk outside Clarence London home of his Princess They had gath ered to honor the young They waved and shouted happy birthday to the little blond prince as he was driven over to Marl borough house to see great the Quern Mother The firstborn of the Princess and Duke of who has a ready grinned the crowd and waved back Royaltys sidewalk who frequent the gates of Buckingham took him to their His visit to Queen Mary was ISM of a romp than The dowager now is suf fering from a chill and her phy sicians have advised her to remain indoors for several But the young prince found hilarity in his own dons exclusive nursery his first birthday Among his guests were his fiveyearoM Prince son of the Duke of and several little The prince but dM not his birthday It was flavored with rum in keeping with the traditions of the navy to which his father is serving at Presumably Prince Charlie bit into a small unrummed standin cake with his six The big which weighed nearly twice as much as tips the scales 24 8 to fee by Princess Elisabeth for guests at a tea parly ot ker ;