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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS pm fettemoutiJii Network iFrtiV WEATHER Fair Sudsy warmer Detalh M Pace Of 16 SALT LAKE SUNDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Rescuers Recover Climb Victims Body Resort workers Lewis Ben Wal ter Jim left to with Forest Ranger Mel Hardy returned body of Don Portland college student The youth fell 000 into snow and Icebound canyon to his death Saturday Feeble Hopes Strike Front 38 Jf Another sliver of hope slanted Across the nations dark ened steelcoal strike picture Sat The government working fe verishly to crack the Iridustry steel deadlock dropped squarely in the lap of the CIO United Steelworkers a move by email producers to recall the presi dential factfinding board for clarification of its peace the situation re mained as dour as General Pattern In the steel and coal capital of requests for jobless aid are flooding state employment offices at the rate of a most of them as an indirect result of the Thats the pattern Federal mediators are continu ing talks with top steel producers in an effort to drive a peace wedge into the stalemate but say they havent gotten anywhere The coal strike is just jogging along with off until Tues Stcclworker Philip Murray lias unionists out of the mills in his fight for free pen sions and Support Lewis Bid United Mine Workers Chief John Lewis doesnt cal strikes but of his men are staying home in support of his fight for a new contract with more more Recall of the steel factfinders was suggested by William Colvin of Steel in He directed the re quest to Mediation Director Cyrus who passed it to In Cleveland for the convention cf the CIO which he also Murray was not available for com But Steelworker secretary treasurer David McDonald said a decision on recall of the board would be up to the unions policy Boards Action The factfinders recommended a lOc hourly package of company financed insurance and The steelworkers accepted but in dustry at paying the freight without worker Col vin said he thought the industry wide dispute could be settled by collective company by the board He asked for the board to clari fy its recommendations as they apply to small steel Ching told Colvin he would be happy to communicate to you Murrays reply as soon at It Is re Republican Morse of Oregon laid the blame for fail ure to settle the dispute on the Lewis Promises Empty Pits To Fund VDay 29 Lewis said Sat urday night that the soft coal strike would continue until the battle over the welfare fund is won and indicated he may call on the anthracite miners to join in the Walkout second Lewis spoke at a 50th anniver sary dinner of UMW district Referring to eastern Penn sylvanias hard coal min who went back to the pits a few days after the coal strike Lewis said these re serve division of the United Mine Workers may be called in when the unions need The soft coal he cannot defeat the UMW in the current fight over the welfare The battle will go on until it is Fall On Hood CollegeRejects Gift 29 UP Military college Sat urday turned down a gift from the rich landowner who tried unsuccessfully to give the school a white supremacy but proud of their 147 the trustees refusedthe offer of Judge George Armstrong to pay off the schools most pressing a bank Trustees had already yielded to a flurry of criticisms and turned down Armstrongs offer of rich oilproducing lands worth if the school would teach white supremacy and make other Under the terms the prep school would have to amend its charter to bar Negroes and nonChristian ews from enrolling and agree to foster the principles of white 29 A 20 yearold college student plunged 1500 feet to his the icy slopes of Mount Hood Don lost his footing in a icesheathed jie Hopefuls Open Jets In Vote Race Dulles Bid For Senate Seat Tests Truman Deal NEW 29 York states two senatorial can didates oiled their election ma chines Saturday for a high speed I final week of campaigning for New York Citys Their upstate tours Re publican John Foster Dulles and former Herbert Leh DemocraticLiberal candi will spend the time remain ing before the 8 voting in appeals to the poly glot Only National Contest The only offyear sen ate contest inthe natidn this has been made a straightout test of Harry S Trumans Fair Deal In his talks throughout the Lehman has associated him self with the late Franklin the late AI Smith and former Robert When the latter resigned Thomas Dewey appointed Dulles to the interim Now the office must be filled by the term ending Lehmanhas insisted the domi nant issue is whether the progressive program he ascribes to the Democrats is to be con or whether black reac tion is to take He defends the welfare Dulles meets this issue head He has denounced what he calls the trend to an allpowerful state and demanded that taxes be cut instead of hiked for new Fair Deal Would End Policy The Republican a vet eran foreign affairs also said thjs week the chances are that the bipartisan foreign policy would end if he were The former governor retorted that Dulles is hopelessly miscast in the role of the indispensable man in the nations foreign pol He said this policy had been carried out for five years without Dulles in Duties twice called a liar in the past He said hman had lied in calling him a Truman Order Impounds Million Fund Chinese Reds Arrest Staff Oet 29 Communists have seized the American consul general at Mukden and four members of his it was disclosed The state department at once ordered intervention with the highest Red The Communists accused the official Angus and hit companions of beating unconscious a former Chinese chute 300 feet from the summit of the peak just at He tumbled head over heels down the precipitous Vshaped cut and then slid out on glacial His 17yearold sister watched him It was several hours before it was certain that he was although a climbing Bob reported at Timber line lodge in asking aid that he showed no signs of A party from the lodge climbed up the mountain and found Welks body at the base of Illumination a vast cliff formation on the mountains south Start at Midnight Welk and the latters sister Alice had started on the climb shortly after midnight They went up the south a popular climbing In the chute where Weli lost his a rope line is maintained during the summer climbing but it had been removed with the onset of winter Buscho said the first he knew of the mishap was when he heard Dig Dig But Welks alpenstock failed to dig into the ice to slow his Prelude to Party The three had decided on the climb as a prelude to a Halloween party Saturday night by the Ma zama mountainclimbing or at their mountain club The climb had progressed to a point above the mark when the tragedy Bat tling the slippery footing and piercing Welksuddenly lost footing and plummeted to his bigot and again in explaining why had accepted the en dorsementof the leftwing Ameri can Labor Two Bernard Baruch and Abba Hillel Sil vai Zionist defended the GOP who is a leading Protestant on the bigo try issue during the Both said they knew he was devoid of religious or racial The national Democratic admin See Page Column Z Varied Groups Greet At Pier NEW 29 Ferdinand a homeless gaped in amazement Saturday when a brass band greeted him on his arrival in the United The careworn traveler could not understand why he was get ting a reception such as usually is accorded new ocean liners or Angus Ward consul in Mukden held Pound 20 UP Yugoslavia charged Sat urday night that Hungarian troops fired automatic weapons and threw grenades toward Yugoslavia for eight hours Thursday night in a outbreak of the cold war between1 Marshal Tito and the the Belgrade press said that Bulgaria was pursuing a mass purge in an effort to halt Titoism In that In the Bulgarian district of Plevna Jie Yugoslavs 2500 persons were Those jailed re portedly included top Heavy They said the case would go before the Mukden peoples The arrest apparently came a week or so Official word reached here Saturday after tak ing five days to squeeze out of The Chinese Communist radio gave its version Denounces Cxech Action About the same the State department hotly denounced ac tions against American diplomats on the other side of the Commu nist world The Red regime there had accused two American diplomats and arrested an embassy clerk on spy I It was learned that almost cer tainly the next American step will be ouster of one or two Czech diplomats from this country on the ground theiractivities are con trary to the interests of the United The Czechs have an embassy here and a consulatein New York and other State department officials took note that the Mukden incident fitted a pattern of crackdowns by Communist authorities on Aineri can diplomatic outposts in many Climax of Conflict Mukden climax of a year of conflict with the Chi nese Communists over the office in strategic caused ob vious concern among officials here account said that on 27 Ward told an employe Chi to do some work he couldnt and thereupon ridi culed the Finally he flrtd refused him severance pay in addition to it was Chi came back 10 to de mand the extra money and was beaten in the together with his the Communists Its of injuries mentioned only bruises and a small cut but it described Chi as bleeding profusely when police found The department described two of tJiosc arrested as Ralph berg of a con sulate clerk Shiro an Americanborn and two men hoMihj European Military Gets Biflion But 48 Groups Enough 29 Harry S Truman Refugee blind stubbornesa of the big Murray Refers Leftist Ouster To Looming CIO Conclave 29 UP Harry Bridges longshoremen got little comfort from CIO Philip Murray Saturday in a last minute effort to stave off threat ened ouster at the CIO conven in a twohour closed door listened to Bridges delegation and then referred the whole matter to the floor of the convention which opens here Mon Bridges wanted a commitment from Murray on the longshore mens future autonomy and mem bership in the Sovietdominated World Federation of Trade which the CIO left last The CIO chief and the vice presidents emerged from the ses sion Bridges wore a wide But at times the talking became noisy enough for reporters waiting outside to In one heated exchange Bridges was called a is to meet a delegation of United Electrical to He did not he would send the case to the convention fclso without action on his There teemed little how of the C I O presidents firm determination to penalize the left ist leaders for rebelling at C I 0 general mainly In politics and on relations with the Soviet Murray accuses the left of harboring proCommunists and following the line of Com munist But he important person to the United States He was the refugee to enter the United States under the displaced persons the 000th wanderer to be given a place to Kiisks eyes glistened as he stood at the rail of the army trans port Mbwe as it docked at sier 60 wifh 1357 displaced per With him was his his and his three 16 and The fire department band played on the Kiisk squared his tired shoulders and marched down the where he shook hands with USDP Com missioner Harry and other Greeted at Pier Also at the pier to greet Kiisk were Raymond city welfare commissioner Wil liam deputy director of the international relief organiza and Carl direc tor of the public relations ofthe national Lutheran who speaks no just smiled over the whole the oldest was the only member of the family who spoke and he talked for all of We are very happy to arrive here after so many years in dis placed he I am going to work on the If it is possible I will Jinish high interior ministry communi que said Hungarian soldiers and frontier guards laid doivn a neavy barrage along a front 220 but made no attempt to cross he It said Yugoslav alerted for any possible invasion did not return the There were no casualties on the Yugoslav the official announcement Insolent Provocation The communique described the which occurred near Don ji about 180 miles north west of as Hungarys most insolent and biggest provo cation up to the present Frontier incidents have been in creasing steadily since the inter national communist information bureau cominform denounced Tito for deviating from the Mos cow ON THE INSIDE SECTION A 10 Intermountain 14 SECTION B SECTION C Classified Advertising lft 9 Mines and Markets 12 13 SECTION W SECTION M 7 Utah Radio SECTION H Farm Letter Gardening Question Box Jurors Acquit KKKAid In Lash Case 29 selfidentified exKlansman Saturday was acquitted of masked Tie jurys verdict freeing Cole man Brownie Lollar was greeted with loud applause by courtroom former special sheriffs was accused by the state of participating with other robed and masked men in the manhan dling of Hugh McDanal June The state said the band broke into McDanals home and forced her to watch a crossbury McDanal testified her at tackers accused her of selling whisky and renting rooms to cou Urges Guilty Verdict Just beforethe jury retired for its brief than ttii Emmett Perry prosecutor urged a guilty ver Tell this man with a de manded that he is not above the Immediately after the verdict was Lollar was sur rounded by friends who hugged him and pounded him on the Lollar was the first of 18 to be tried on flogging and related All were indicted after an outbreak of floggings and cross mostly in the hill coun try west of WU1 Set Next Case Perry said no immediate decision had been made as to when others would be tried but that action would be taken Monday to set the next Lollars George Rog opened his argument with the assertion that the state has talked about everything but the rode congress Saturday on the hotly debated 58group air He signed a military thp biggest in peacetime but in doing so he ordered the secretary of defense to impound that the had voted build up the air force to 58 budget provided for a 48group force and that is about what hell how The air force will acquire about UOO new planes instead of Not But Upkeep In the proposed ex pansion of the air the presi dent said in effect that it isnt only the original cost but the keep more men to man the more operating more replacement expense all in all greatly increased future ex he to give the air force more than pro vided in his budget would be in consistent with realistic and balanced security program which we can support in The appropria tion represents more than for each woman and child in the United It is far more than onethird of the entire fed eral Wins Byrd PnMee Heads of the house and senate appropriations committees did not question validity of the presl Flood has a fight tec praised lawmak But some ers were critic Owen Brewster Interviewed at he was not surprised at the presi dents move but added it the question what are ihe of his of eohgrtisr Maines other Mar garet Chase alto Re had been for a 70 group air be lieve 48 fcrt and thinks Truman could have Britain Donates Pioneer Jet Engine to Oct 29 5VOne of the Worlds first two successful jet engines gift from Britain to the United here Satur day In the liner Queen Eliza The be presented to the American people in a ceremony S at the Smithsonian Institution In where It will be It will be handed by British Ambassador Sir Oliver Franks as a symbol of Anglo American research cooperation during the The engine was designed by Air SirFrank the British Jet It powered a plane which took to the air April 1941 A twin was presented recently to the Brit ish government to be placed in a science museum in British Lords Get Power 29 UP final of the Laborite scissors will clipthe powers of Britains house oflords The noblemens chamber of par liament thereafter will be able to delay laws only for one Now they can hold up legislationfor two McDanal McDanal testified she lifted Lollars hood during the raid at her home and saw his This is the biggest change in Britains unwritten constitution since all women were given vot ing powers 21 years The heavy labor majority in thehouse of dominant bocfy of parliament will it Socialize Steel The move Will make way for labor governments bill to socialize the iron and steel in dustry before its fiveyear term ends next The most of whom are went along on state ownership but they balk at so steel These twin scissor the of the peers and nalional ze occasioned the bit terest British political battle since Prime Minister Clement Att ees labor regime took office In Opposition Vote A heavy opposition vote per haps equalling the 222 scored on amendment this But it cannot stop the bill to limit the power of the The heavy labor major ty stoutlybehind themeasure and already has passed it The lords have twice rejected he But when the commons passes it in three successive ses Mondays vote will be the third becomes law compromised on How Its Divided The big money bill provides the following sums Navy cash and contract Air force cash and contract au Other military operations These operations in clude financing the office of the Secretary of the National council and the National Security Resources The funds Cover spending In the current fiscal which ends next June In deciding to in reserve the extra money for the air Truman ran to the expressed wishes of the house rather than the A majority of the senators strongly his 48group By 80S to 1 Vote The fought hard for the size58 force and empha sized its determination by a 305 to 1 The senate finally gave in and sent the bill to the White House extra The number of planes in ah air group varies with different A group of heavy such as the or of medium bomb like the B50 and con sists of 30 A fighter group normally haa 75 Most of the fund Truman set aside was In the form of authority for the air force to enter into contracts for which congress later would be obliged to provide MATTHEWS ABSENT Midshipmen Cheer Denfeld At NavyNotre Dame Came Oct 28 than 3000 midship men gave Louis Denfeld a standing ovation when the ousted chief of nival operations entered his box at the NavyNotre Dame football game The entire brigade of midship men whipped off their caps as Denfield took his then burst into song as the naval acad emy band p 11 y e d Anchors Then the middies cheered the fourstar admiral and We Want Denfeld smiled and waved in re Between the halm the which Notre Dame won re tired William Bull grizzled vVorld War U hero and a leader in the navy fight with the air visited DenfeM in his Navy Francis who Thursday got Harry S Trumans permission to oust did not get to game as he had plained of a pileup of office A box adjoining that by DenfeM and his party DeJ 1 reserved for After the aepoted mirmls MldsMpnsi ard a subetftuU paw kk respects ;