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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermonntaln Network Station KAIA Monday Through Friday b WEATHER Cloudy with light snow Details on Page 19B I 108 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JANUARY 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Britain Stir Russ Aver Declare Atlantic Pact Foments Violates Writ 29 Russia declared Saturday the United States and Britain are trying to undermine the United isolate Russia and gird for a new war through the pro jected north Atlantic The pact was declared to violate the The western European union likewise came under fire of the Soviet foreign ministry in a 34page white dated made public here Saturday Follows Council Birth A few hours earlier the western European made up of Brit the Neth erlands and an nounced in London a decision to form a Council of in other nations will be in yited to take The north Atlantic pact was proposed to link the United States and Canada with the western European union in Harry S Truman has announced he hopes to submit the pact to congress The USSR must take into consideration the fact that ruling circles of the United States and Britain have entered upon an openly aggressive course of the final purpose of which is es tablishment by force of Anglo American world the white paper Charges Hindrance Plot It is apparent to everyone that 11 plot is being carried out pres ently against the United Inasmuch as though in only a small and holds back aggressors and their policy of aggression and unleashing a new war In view ofthis the Soviet Union must more firmly and more insistently fight against the undermining and wrecking of the United Nations by elements and their The statementsaid Russia must tee the is not by as so often The United Nations should value its authority more dearly when the question arises as to who is conducting an aggres sive and unleashing a new Blockade Menaced Peace The United Britain and France charged before tho security council in Paris last fall that Russias blockade of Berlin menaced Debate failed to get The Big Pour finally agreed to neutrals proposals that a neutral economic committee study Berlins dual currency sys which Russia said was to blame for the BomKer Totes 42 Tons Record Load 29 United States B36 bomber carried 42 tons of bombs aloft greatest bomb load ever and dropped them on a California bombing the air force an The bomb load consised of two guided The two huge without explosive Chinese Reds Hold Lis Life at Stake were dropped 2900Mile Hop The B36 took off from Carswell flew to a bombing range at the air test and returned to the Texas ordinarily a round trip of 2400 additional time over the target and other deviations in the route brought the total distance to 2900 The weight of the two pound bombs lifted by the six engine Consolidated Vultee plane was equivalent to a wartime B17 flying At the takeoff the its bombs and fuel load totaled over On the nonstop flight of 2900 the bomber averaged more than 250 miles an PORT 29 IS Consolidated Vultee B36 re turning from carrying the greatest bomb load ever was disabled in landing at Cars well air force base here at Threw Up Sparks A propeller biting into the con crete runway when the main land ing gear under the right wing col lapsed threw up sparks which set off rumors that the giarit bomber had caught A small grass fire alongside the runway added to the No one was no one was evenscratched and there was no serious damage to the plane except to the landing gear and the right Riiy Ryan Convair divi manager Ryan was at the plant when the oc By JAMES WHITE 29 Chinese Communists coldly told acting Li Tsxmgjen Satur day he must arrest Chiang Kai shek as a war criminal or you will De punished The Communist radio in north Dhina accused Vice Li of in the flight of gov ernment leaders from It wanted all other government offi cials on the Red list of war crim inals Since Chiang and almost all others on the list long since have gone it is impossible for Acting Li Tsungjen tocom even should he The Communists demanded a prompt but there was no official public Acting inside his strongly guarded was the only re sponsible official left in the Not a single cabinet mem ber could be Victors Idle The victorious Communist armies were idling on or near the north bank of the Yangtze at many Coupled with the new political demands plunged Nanking hopes of a negotiated settlement to new The Communist by an angrily demanded rearrest Yasutsugu last Japanese commander in He was acquitted of war crimes before a Chinese government military court The Communist statement de clared We hold that your present ac tivities are a scheme to use hypocritical peace negotiationsas a cover for regrouping your forces and war including a plot to bring the Japanese re actionaries to China to join you in butchering the Chinese peo Suggests Pattern The statement suggested that the local surrender at Peiping 22 was a pattern for similar bit bybit settlements covering Nan Canton and all other governmentheld It made that the Reds eightpoint surrender demand of 14 must be met First of these eight points was punishment of war Chiang Kaishek is especially said the 5 Yanks 10 Missing in Fire 30 Five American soldiers burned to death and 10 others were believed missing in a fire which swept the twostory barracks at the Yokota air force base early At least 15 others were five of them Smoke and heat awakened Carl Nilson of He sounded the but flames already were licking through the which housed 90 Headquarters said five none immediately hac been Search was under way for 10 more believed Truman Lab or Act Drops Strike Injunctions SKYS THE LIMIT Harry S Truman Saturday ordered mobilization of the full resources of the federal govern ment for relief of the snowbound He authorized of Defense James Forrestal to spend un imited funds to help South Da Utah and Wyoming keep their people and They Unmask Robert chief investigator for house unAmerican activities author of The Communist Conspiracy in the United a series of documented articles which begins In this issue of The views microfilms of state department papers with Richard Nixon committee Films were ftiuni on farm of Whittaker admitted former THE COMMUNIST CONSPIRACY Insidious Red Cancer Gnawing Perilous Inroad Editors note For 10 years ft was Robert StripllnRH Job to the activities enemies of the United Now the former chief Investigator for tlie house unAmerican activities committee hiis told his story of The Communist Conspiracy in the United This it the first article of a series that will appear on Sundays In The Salt Lake Tribune and daily In the Salt Lake Snow in View For North Utah Today Somber clouds which Sunday will bring snow to northern Utah topped a subzero cold siege late Saturday and weather forecasters at Salt Lake municipal airport said rising temperatures could be But before it was halted the cold had plunged the official Salt jake thermometer to its lowest January 29 reading in a cool recorded between and 6 A low of 5 was predicted for Sunday morn Downtown Salt Lake City clamped a record on the books or the coldest 29 in the his ory of weather record keeping Previous record for the recorded in Edited byBob Considine At the beginning let me attempt to without conjec the scope of the Communist conspiracy against the gov and people of the United To do so is to invite the charge of witch To fail to do so is to capitulate supinely to a HALF A MILLION Recluse Dies Fortune Left 29 JF In the hotel room of an aged woman administrators of her es state found Saturday a treasure worth more than Under police they removed it to a nearby Wrapped in an old newspaper on the floor of a closet were 000 in government pri mary object of the administrators In an old sugar sack stuffed in the corner of a dresser drawer was a small fortune in pearls and their gold settings had tarnished during decades of old trunk yielded in stocks and a bank book showed assets of The owner of this Miss Frances Louise about died Thursday in City hospital of She left no will and apparently had no Her funeral was held here and her body will he taken to her native for A search of the room Friday uncovered stocks and jewels valued at about Administrator Woodling re He said she owned another wprth of assets in New York banks and in brokers enemy who can en dure any Benelux Nations Give Israel Seat Seen 29 ain and the three Benelux coun tries finally recognized Israel Sat virtually assuring the new Jewish state of admission to the United Nations asits 59th mem The simultaneous Bel Dutch and an nouncements at 11 6 BST brought to 29 the number of nations which have recognized Four Scandinavian bloc of Nor way and expected to jump on the Israeli bandwagon soon with similar Israel now seemed certain to get the necessary seven votes in the security council and two thirds vote in the general as sembly when next she applies for Her first ap plication last fall in failed to get the required vote in the security Britain and her three comem bers of thewestern union said they had decided recognize the Israeli government de as a A British foreign office spokes man emphasized that de facto recognition did not imply accept ance of Israels present These still must be determined under he De jure or full recognition will be considered in due course with regard to settlement of the frontiers and the general situation in the spokesman said He said Britain would open dis cussions with Israel on a wide range of subjects in the near fu They include everything from trade to questions arising from Britains former authority ir Palestine under the old League oi Nations he counterattack except That a conspiracy exists is more than though the who are anything but have been able to spread devious doubt about the nature of their continuing The conspiracy operates astutely within the texture of our consti tution and the resilient borders of our native For 25 years t has made steady inroads into our institutions and utilized spected American Even presidents of the TTnitec States inadvertently have servec its Boots of Conspiracy The roots of the conspiracy are as clearly defined in the writings of Lenin and Stalin as were the roots of the comparatively less ambitious n a z i s m in Hitlers Mein Its growth can be vividly traced in the known ac tivities of its agents in this coun try for a quarter of a It is continuing as you read these Its goal is simple The destruc tion of life as we know and of the liberties we won at such heavy It is not an easy conspiracy to Communist forces now maneuvering clandestinely in our re radio and other spheres of American life represen a cancerous No Routine Treatment Treatment of that cancer can not be for it is deep seated and It avoids a You will never see a Communist stand in the middle o an American waving his hammer and sickle and daring you to fight They are much too smart for Theirs is a war the norma American cannot Ane being physically un hurt and essentially the normal American is inclined tr believe that it is no wax at all But It is a and to call It cold is a comfort to the It is being waged against us by men and great many them are regimented far beyond the regi mentation of our armed Our homegrown and Red agents are brilliantly superbly physically and industrious beyond th comprehension of Americans wh wishfully insist that we are a peace with all You may say that there sire scarcely confirmed Commu l See Page Column 4 Truman Mobilizes Relief for West 29 their alive and get their was 6 1902 and High of 18 Set Light snows are scheduled to hit northern Utah Sunday after noon and continue through Sunday The bureau predicted not more than 2 would The storm will not be accompanied 3y strong the bureau As snow moves in from the Pa cific northwest Sunday tempera tures over the intermountain west will A high of about 18 was set for Salt Lake City The snow is expected to extend into eastern Nevada and western In eastern Wyoming strong winds will company the which drifted roads in southern Utah Friday night and continued early Saturday had died down Saturday the bu reau Reunited With State With two more days of extreme cold will be the coldest in the 75year history of the downtown weather even surpassingthe big freeze of New Washington was reunited with the rest of the state Saturday when the road to that small community was opened by big road Pine 35 miles north of still was snowed Pour persons have been iso lated there since Haul in Clock When the mercury plopped to Saturday weather men hauled their trusty clock re corder into the office for a rub Oil had congealed in the continuous temperature recorder and the instrument demanded a rubdown before returning to nor mal running At the bottom of the official See Page Columns roads Defense officials estimated that several millions of dollars would be used in disaster Truman told Forrestal in a special directive that the storm disaster makes it imperative that the full resources of the federal jovernment be mobilized imme diately to furnish such emergency assistance as can be made avail able through the federal This is an allout effort to give he maximum relief to human suf fering and to get the cattle one army official Forewarned Friday night that he new presidential order was the army started moving more equipment into the snow ridden Although the army and navy already had some equipment in the storm the new White House order legally unlocks the armed forces huge store of ve licles and supplies all over the United States for use in providing aelp for the stricken Human Distress Snowbound cattle and sheep have in need of food sup plies and families whose homes iave been isolated by the drifts also have been in Some loss of life has been reported In addition to authorizing For restal to spend unlimited funds for Truman also Named Philip fed eral works as fed eral coordinator of blizzard Fleming immediately got in touch with the army of engineers and the White House said men and supplies were under way to snowedin areas of Nebraska and South Asked congress to appropriate more for relief to add to a similar amount it approved earlier and which was allocated Friday to The presi dent originally asked for 000 and his request Saturday was to round out that From Existing Funds No limit was set on the amount Forrestal was authorized to spend from existing river and flood control and other In a letter to the defense head the president merely said he will ask congress to replace such funds as may be used for relief by the military Truman specified that funds could be used without regard for ex isting ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 9 Editorial 15 Intermountain 12 SECTION B Local 20 Business 11 Deaths Classified Advertising SECTION W 14 SECTION H Garden 8 SECTION M 12 Proposes fCoolOff Period To Block Crucial Tieups 29 Truman administration Saturday discarded the idea of trying to block national emer ency strikes with court It proposed instead voluntary cooling off The plan is blueprinted in the administrations bill to repeal he TaftHartley labor and restore the old Wagner act the improvements which President Harry S Truman MERCY FLIGHT C47 Hayride Tells Story OfFeedLift Editors nittc A story of how the army air forces Is providing emergency relief to tnlermoimtain stockmen IK told hero y Robert member of The Salt Lake Tribune editorial who Is a former lieutenant In the atr forces and flew hundreds of C47 supply missions In By ROBERT WILLIAMS We went on a hayride Not the oldfashioned kind a hayride where you get straw in your but an modern hayride in a transport plane with a crew of specialists who could and did pinpoint bomb bales of hay into a front This hayride was a mercy mis sion designed to save the lives of sheep during an emergency when lifeline to were clogged and browse their normal feed was buried in a white blanket of snow which has drifted several deep in Search for Wayae owner of the Arizona strip sheep haybombed who has been missing two was nof But sup plies were dropped to a rancher who has been marooned in the area for 30 Watched Plane Slim a New Yorker who came to the west be fore World War I and has been in the cow business watched our plane make several passes at his ranch buildings and then waved us on our He was three bundles of food and 10 bales of hay better off when we left The drops often were made from less than 50 feet alti tude and none was more than 150 yards from his front We can report that operation hayride Was a tremendous suc cess when viewed by a stockman whose sheep in being saved for future markets by the efforts of But the trip from Salt Lake City to George and then to the strip pointed up warnings of ex perienced stockmen that hayride was not a practical way to sustain stock through Spotting Difficult Despite the experience of air force and Willard and a splendid veteran spotting the sheep was difficult and the weather Saturday in the strip was perfect for The air crew proved most oblig ing in all ways assisting newsmen in getting pictures and patiently waiting for more than an hour between flights for stockmen to The how didnt appear too well organ ized in efforts to save time and get missions under feed and search When we landed at no one seemed to have known we See Page Column 3 4H AND FFA CONTESTS Tribune Sets Livestock Prizes Recognizing the importance oi livestock projects among the jun iors of the intermountain The Salt Lake TribuneTelegram will award a number of beef dairy calves and sheep during 1949 to 4H and Future Farmer bers of Utah and southern At the livestock shows held in Utah and southern a Here ford steer will be given on the basis of merit to a boy or girl residing in the vicinity of the At the Utah state fair held in Salt Lake City and at the East ern Idaho state fair at three dairy heifers will be one one Guern sey and one Jersey each At Utah state Suffolk sheep show and sale held at ram and ewe will be president of the Utah Shows commenting on the said I think its one of the finest boosts weve ever had in promot ing livestock shows and the proj ects of boys and girls in the livestock and girls who are to re ceive these animals will be selected by committees consisting of local county the vocational agri cultural instructor at the high the manager of the show and Stanley Trib une farm columnist and director of the award Each new owner will be asked send a written report and a snapshot of his animal to Farnsworth every three The report and photograph of each be published in the Farm later at the show where they re ceived except those who are awarded dairy The boy or girl receiving the Holstein calf will be requested to exhibit it at the Black and White Days show in Those with Guernseys and Jerseys will be re quired to enter them in some des ignated dairy exhibit in Utah or southern Idaho during the A rotation award program will be set whereby 4Hers will receive calves at half the shows and Future Farmers at the other half each Trophies will be given to those who do the best job of maturing their who keep the best records of their and make the most con Tne TaftHartley measure deal ing with labormanagement rela lets the government get 80 day court orders to prevent strikes that imperil the national health or safety while mediators try to work out a Administration officials debated for weeks whether to keep the in junction Organized labor protested vigorously tgainst The idea finally was Leans on Moral Force In national emergency strike the new bill would depend mainly upon the moral force of recommendations by emergency in the railway labor While the boards are at work and for five days otal of 30 bill says both abor and management shall con inue But no injunc tions or penalties are provided in case they In the only injunctions al owed under the entire bill are ihose which the national labor re ations board can get to enforce unfair labor practice find Certain boycotts and strikes of a jurisdictional nature in which a union seeks to beat out another union to do certain work are made unfair labor practices under the new A union con ceivably could be subject to in junctions in those only after the N L R B had found them The new bill was sentId the capitol by of Labor Maurice He will discuss it Monday before the senate labor commit Stirs Furious Debate Trumahs drive to get rid of the TaftHartley law already has stirred furious debate in con Backers of the present law predict the move will Foes claiming that repeal is a fore gone In addition to new national emergency the admin istration bill contains these things A ban on jurisdictional strikes and unjustifiable secondary boy A statement that it is the public policy of the for labor contracts to contain clauses providing for arbitration dis putes over interpretation of the Return of the federal media tion and conciliation service to the labor and change of its name back to Concilia tion The administration by re pealing the TaftHartley would toss out such things as The ban on the closed under which employers can hire only union The nonCommunist affidavit That requires union of ficers to swear they are not Com munists before their unions can deal with the National Labor Re lations A prohibition against political spending by For addi tional news on labor see page Supporters of the TaftHarfley led by Taf already have be gun a fight to keep those and many other TaftHartley provi sions on the Provisions Inadequate William secretary of the chambers of commerce labor said while his staff has just begun to study the new our first reading leads us to conclude that its pro visions are very Wallace president of the National Association of Manu in both houses of section of the Sunday Tribune at j sistent report to The Salt Lake said he hoped congress will allow adequate time for compete hearings BO that the final form of the legislation will be in the public Some labor lawyers appeared to be surprised and pleased because the injunction authority was cut back in the The A F L executive council will have a chance to pass on the pro posals at its meeting in Miami beginning The CIO said its legal department is studying the bill and the organizations at titude will be set forth on con gressional hearings during the intervals throughout the so that fellow 4H and Future Farmer members may study prog ress The owners will also be asked to exhibit their animals a year 4Hers will compete against 4Hers and Fu ture Farmers against Future Farmers for these A grand prize trophy will be pre sented to the Rockefeller 75 NEW 29 John Rockefeller celebrated his 75th birthday quietly Following he declined to i make a public   

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