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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS IntermounUln Network Station KALL Monday Tannin 41 alt f f ilwiu WEATHER Fair tMth Details M N SALT LAKE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Reds Release Order Deportation Nothing Like Talking Turkey With Accent on the Stomach Anticipating the good things to come Thursday are Gloria and Bruce left to who size up the turkey and aU the trimmings prepared by their LaMar 8th Tribune staff photograph by George Man Freed In Wife Death NEW 23 UP Druggist Benjamin twice snatched back from the shadow of New Yorkis electric was acquitted Wednesday night of the 1943 poisoning of his The 41yearold Feldman had been convicted twice before and sentenced to But he finally was cleared by an allmale jury that debated nearly 20 hours at the end of his third He hugged relatives and Then he planted a kiss on the cheek of his defense Hy man twice before convicted of the murder of his spent nearly two years in Sing Sings death an appeals court twice halted his execution to give him a new trial and another chance at He was taken from the prison death row for the second time last Feldman married his Har 1940 after a marriage broker arranged A year the brides mother died in great screaming Dont touch my Two years Feldmans 23 yearold then also died in a hospital complaining like her mother of excruciating pains In her Her Beatrice Hoff grew She learned that foot pains are a symptom of strychnine Her suspicions eventually led to the exhumation of both Both contained COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS Thankful Utahns J6in Nation Today In Honoring Pilgrim Tradition Utah joins a bountiful nation at the Thanksgiving dinner table 328 years after the first observance of native Amer ican When they pick up their knives and many Utahns will be carrying on a tradition established by For a number of Bee hive citizens are descendants of pilgrims who first observed the fall festival of thanks in But descendants or all will participate one way or For some the religious aspect the day is most important There will be numerous church services for Football Games For others its football that makes Thanksgiving They will have For almost every one a turkey dinner is the heart of And indications are that almost every one will get In Salt Lake City a large vari ety of activity has been As on all legal park ing on Salt Lake streets will be liquor retail establishments and county and city offices will be With exception of special delivery and perishable no mail be delivered and all post of fices will be All including University of Utah and Westminster will lock up classrooms until Mon I This will five some Utahns a chance to sit in on the i traditional University ot Utah lUtah State Agricultural college Panama Police Hurl Bombs Fire on Coup Protest Rally Republic of 23 Steelhelmeted na tional police Wednesday night fired machine guns and hurled tear gas bombs into blaokedout Pan ama university buildings where students were meeting to protest the recent policebacked nation wide Many students fled screaming and weeping to the safety of the Panama canal just across the street from the uni versity Hysterical groups of youthful students cringed behind palm trees on the lawn of the district court within yards of Panamanian policemen who still were raking the university building with con tinuous bursts of i police rerouted all traffic away from the j The Panamanian police lobbed tear gas bombs through the win dows and into patios of the uni versity They apparently became enraged when several stu dents began catcalling at cruis ing squad The supporters of Daniel Chanis ousted by the national which in Panama is tantamount to the had planned to demonstrate in Santa Ana in the heart of the Steelhelmeted police were be i lieved to have waited for them j there nearly an hour before rac ing out to the university on Fourth of July the boundary be tween the republic and the canal football classic in the Ute stadium Thursday at The weather bureau has prom ised cloudy skies with tempera tures in the 50s over most of the state In addition to the traditional Thanksgiving day feast members of many Salt Lake churches will express thanks to their God at special holiday church Several wards of the Church of Jesus Christ ofLatterday Saints will hold special services Thurs Kills Case Against Red Firm 23 UP The government Wednesday dropped its charges against Rus sias Amtorg Trading and six of its officers for failure to register as foreign The company and five officers have registered since they were indicted last The sixth of ficer is in The indictment was quashed by Federal judge Alexander Holtzoff on the recommendation of the State and Justice In Best IntcrsM of The State department said it was in the best interests of the govern ments conduct of its foreign af Amtorg is the official trading agency for the Soviet government in the United It handles purchases of American goods to be exported to Russia and arranges for the import of what this coun try buys from the Soviet Judge Holtzoff levied a fine on the which had made a technical plea of nolo and then immediately suspended Free on Bail The five in this country have been free under bail each and were in court for the proced They are presi dent and chairman vice president treasurer secre and assistant The governments petition to drop the case was presented by district attorney George Morris Fay who notified the court that all the defendants now are in full compliance with the foreign registration act of Typical of LDS services are those scheduled by Princeton and University Services at Princeton 11409th will begin at and feature an address by Thorpe second counselor of the LDS pre siding Yale Ward Annual Thanksgiving day serv ice of Bonneville Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday will be held Thursday at 10 in Yale ward 1431 Gilmer 1005 South featuring a talk by Marion assist ant to the LDS council of twelve The onehour meeting will in clude special music by the Bonne ville stake youth under the direction David Austin with Selander asaccompa At University ward 180 Wtriversity 1338 East Harold council of twelve will be the fea tured speaker at services starting at Cooperating Churches A union Thanksgiving service will be sponsored by the Salt Lake City Ministerial Thursday at 10 in First Presbyterian 371 South George Fifst Congregational will give the Churches cooperating in the service include First Cen tral First Congrega See Page Column 4 California Blinds Police Cars Feet Apart LOS 23 You think the smfog wasnt bad around here Out near Long where it was more fog than a Long Beach police car was or dered by radio to contact a sher iffs radio The police car No can Both cars were ordered to stay put while a recheck on location was made over the respective radio they were only a few feet apart in the same where the smfog was thicker and stronger than oldfashioned three city planning department draftsmen Hector Tellez and Al war sur plus gas masks at their drawing STORMY CAREER Lilienthal Quits as Chief Of Truman Nods 23 the foe of extreme secrecy on the Wednesday resigned as chairman and member of the Atomic Energy he in order to speak out with a greater Harry S Truman accepted the effective with the utmost He named no successor for the com which holds powers al most unparalleled in democratic But Truman voiced confi dence that should the exigencies of the public interest if a war crisis comes would stay his de In starting point of most of the Lilienthal battles that lave splashed controversy over the front there was regret at his departure and praise for his but it was not unani ActionPacked Yean Now Lilienthal sprang into the public eye as chairman of the Tennessee Valley On he was appointed chairman of the Atomic Energy He stayed there three actionpacked cli maxed by last summers investi gation of a charge of incredible mismanagement in A majority of the senatehouse atomic committee cleared the agency of this made by Bourke Hickenlooper Yet Truman may have had it in mind in Wednes days letter to released at the White House You have through al most 20 consecutive years of pub lic service in tough pioneering under pressure and often under destructive criticism the right to retire to private Lilienthal only last month urged that thia country stop this sense less business of choking ourselves by some of the extremes of se crecy to which we have been Broader Sharing He urged broader sharing of atomic information with the Brit ish and in the interest of speedier atomic His appeal did not check a new drive in congress for atomic se spurred by the Russian atomic In his message to the White a letter obviously talked over with Truman in Lilienthal made it clear he is quit ting public service but not public Indeed one of my chief rea See Page Column 7 Lewis Rallies Top Aids To Conclave 23 UP Vwis has summoned his top union policy committee to a new meeting to extend the soft coal strike dead ine beyond informed sources said It was understood the 200man policy committee will meet in New York The last time the com mittee met was 8 when it voted to call off the soft coal strike until midnight Some Assurance Lewis has told associates that he would extend the 1 strike deadline if he got some assurances from coal operators that a new coal contract might be negotiated in the near Reports that he had called a new meeting of the 200man policy committee led to speculation that one or more major coal operators have indicated to Lewis that they are ready to make a deal on a new Coal operator spokesmen that any break in the long dispute was imminent In Harry president of the Prick Coal said the operators position remains the same and I dont believe there are any im mediate prospects for anyone to make a settlement with A telephone call to Lewis home here brought only a call back Lewis never has made public his contract demands but he has said they would cost the operators 30 to 35 rents a ton on each ton of coal Bow to American Commute Prison Terms 23 Communists kava liberated ConsulGeneral Angus Ward and four aids and ordered them to leave the country at the state department disclosed The five were freed Tuesday after being held incommunicado since their arrest 24 in on charge Of David Llllenthal Wants more latitude for Atom Control Tieup Put To Six Nations NEW rtic Nbv 23 upCThe United Nations assembly decided Wednesday night to have the five big Canada try again to the eastwest deadlock on atomic energy The 59nation assembly called on these six permanent members Atomic Energy com mission to continue their private consultations and explore any pos sibilities for an Balloted to 5 The vole was 49 to with three Only the Soviet bloc opposed the The Russians in sisted that the full Itnation atomic commission should resume its work Israel and South Africa The assembly rejected a Soviet resolution which would have blamed the United States and Britain for the atomic stalemate and declared the private sixpower proposed by the assembly in Paris last had failed to find a By Paragraphs The vote on the Soviet proposal was by In the three separate the vote was 49 to 50 to 5 and 41 to Only the Soviet bloc voted for the first two On the third Yugoslavia joined in supporting the said Moscow no longer recognizes the Chinese Nationalists right to represent China in the United Andrei top Soviet told the general assem bly the Nationalists here couldnt represent China even if they wanted to of Chinas peo ple have recognized the Commu nist beating a Chinese consulate em All apparently were un The Mukden Communists thus closed the case which had aroused national indignation and tional The deportation or der was the final phase of the case after the consulgeneral and hia aids had faced Sentenced to Prison in his first direct report to American authorities since he was disclosed that he and his aids were found guilty by a Communist peoples and sentenced to prison terms ranging from three to six Ward is But the Red apparently in the face of rising resent ment and strong diplomatic pres sure from other com muted the sentences to deporta The State department instructed Ward and his entire staff of 11 to leave Mukden this will close the consulate which has been a hor spot of the Orient since the Communists overran north Consulates in Chung king and Kunming were ordered closed last week but the State de partment said Wednesday it will continue such operations at Nan Peiping and Tient Under House Arrest Members of the Mukden consu including Ward and five other have been under house arrest for nearly a The refused repeated American requests that they be allowed to PEOPLES COURT Officials here art now confi dent they will be permitted to The aids released with Ward were Ralph Shiro and Franca Cicogna and Alfred two European na tionals whom Ward hired in Muk Other consulate staff members and dependents are Viceconsul William New York ViceConsul Fred Edge Mary Elden Jack Pine Walter Hugo Fall Ward and Tat sumig Japanese wife and four Ask Ball Provision State department officials said the consulate has asked the Red government to provide rail trans portation for the group from Muk den to Tientsin where they can take a ship either to Britishowned Hong Kong or south From either of these planes could fly them to The Communist move came as no surprise to some diplomats They had predicted the Com munists would get off the hook in the Ward incident by throwing the American diplomat out of China with a loud chorus of vili fication intended to injure prestige in the In view of these Ward had a liability as long as he was held in the Red regime had little hope of winning diplomatic recognition from western nations closely tied to the United Officials here refused to specu late on whether the release of the five men would alter the Freed Envoy Tells Story 23 Angus a strongly spadebearded career official who has spent nearly 25 yean in the foreign broke news of his release early Wednes day in a telephone callto Ameri can Edmund Clubb in He said he and hia were up and about nut gave no details of their treatment He said the court convicted them of assaulting a Chinese work er who came to the consulate en 11 to demand back The State department branded the charges trumped but the Communists never permitted Ward to tell his Ward said the court sentenced him to six months in prison and one year on parole Rehberg and Kristan to four months imprison ment and a yeari parole and Tat sumi and Cicogna to three months imprisonment plus a years While staying UIOM sentences provided they leave Ward the court also held htm re sponsible for certain financial ob including compensation to the allegedly Injured Other obUgatUawwtM severance pay and extra presumably for other CftbMM Atlantic Group Spurs Final Defense Plan 23 UP Louis Johnson predicted Wednesday that the North Atlantic pact defense mittee next week will adopt a com plete defense Shipment of the bulk of arms aid is contingent on adop tion of such a plan and its ap proval by Harry 8 The committee meets in Paris next Johnson made the prediction after conferring with British Field General Viscount chairman of a fivenation western union military The five France and the Benelux slated to get the biggest part of the in military aid for North Atlantic pact Johnson said Montgomery had been very helpful in his dis cussions of the psychology and or ganization of western Montgomery indicatedthat dif ferences among western European military had been ironed out and they now are in complete Johnson Montgomery also conferred with Omar chairman of the joint chiefs of and Lawtori chief of Johnson said he and Bradley will leave for by plane from Philadelphia immediately after the ArmyNavy football game Satur Picture on Page FREES CADETS FETTERS Iran Shah Brings Thanks Day Early WEST 23 Shah of Iran brought Thanksgiving one day early to 30 cadets at the Military academy His visit freed them from punish ment for breach of This means they can go to the ArmyNavy football game in Philadelphia on Its an old tradition here that when a chief of state pays a visit he is asked by the com manding officer if he has any special The visiting chief traditionally replies he would like all cadets undergoing punishment to be relieved from further Soon after his arrival Wednesday the 30yearold a graduate of the West Point of made his Bryant Moore then ordered that all eon fined to their rellieved of making punishment tours in the biting cold be freed from any further punishment at The trim in his generals uniform with a gold lion on the was greeted with a 21gun He wore his admirals uni form when he visited the Naval academy Annapolis last He was received by guard of honor and heard the academy brad play the Iranian national After the welcoming the handsome young monarch visited a math I suppose this reminds you of old Moore It reminds me of old times and old the shah replied with a During the afternoon the ahah at at tuition during a nvitw tl ;