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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE SALT LAKE TRTRCXE Thutsdav March 3 1fHP Tearful Sally Wont Reply To Queries on Romance WASHINGTON March When Judge Kdward M Curran Mildred E Axis Sally Gillars ordered her to answer Miss Oil turned from tears to bristling delars threw back her chin and fiance at her treason trial askrd day resisting prosecution at1 And what happens if I refuse tempts to probe into her love life Patiently Judge Curran told in wartime Germany i her The trial now midway in its You must answer the question sixth week appeared near an end A was averted when as Miss Gillars finished six days p0seciitor John M Kelley of direct testimony and cross Jr ujthdrew the question which examination involved her relations with and taut the American Koischwitz a former Hunter col born defendant refused to answer j lcfifi N Y prOfessori now lfad questions indirectly involving her ancj ms romance with a nazi radio official j Tne exchange that led up to Br Max Otto Koischwitz who she j Ule federal courtroom incident fol Jiad previously described as my US Stork Shuttle Slower in 3559000 Trips WASHIXGTOX March 2 i iTMOdO babies were bor in the lrited SUitei last year IfiJOOO les than in alltime high 1M7 the federal security agency r e p o r I e cl Wednesday It placed the birth rate at por JOOO population about rf below llufinal rate of 258 for 19I7 but 1 greater than the 194B rate of 231 The number of registered births during 1948 was esti mated at V59OOn about below lfi17s alltiuift hig of destinv 1 Cake irilmnc J4T Fouth 31511 Kelley Isnl it a fact that vhen you and Prof Koischwitx rleclareil iyour love for each other his wife was pregnant and bearing his fourth child Aliss iillars I found out about the day before Die child was Issued every mominp Knicfeu uirborn JKMI office at Salt Lake City as second class matter under ad ol Warcrj S 18T3 I You Knew he was niar i p iipd Subscription ratre Utah Idaho Nevada r t Wyoming daily and Sunday month I AflSS Glllati Is that thn advance sisoo elsewhere kind of attack you have Mr In U S dally and Sunday month SI75 iCellev The Tribune li a member or tte Asio r nnp ran rrFuse Mice elated The Ajsoclated Press la suppose one can Miss Mtitlea excliurtvfjy to Uia use for rcpnb Gillars began but I dont know enolSn about dLipatchej i Again Judge Curran ordered her to answer Miss Oillars asked what would be the consequences if she con tiniied to refuse but Kelley broke off tile exchange and a few min utes later he dismissed her from the stand With Miss Oillars own teslj mony concluded Defense Counsel lames 1 haughlin called Krwin Christiani one of the defendants former eovvorkers on the German radio Christian testified that when Jnpan attacked Pearl Harbor Miss Gillars called the Japanese yellow monkevs and other words Bill to Loosen Reclamation Act Indorsed WASHIXGTOV Manh 2 dP llaiTv Ijlk tin X a t i c n n 1 Ceilaination Assn UVdmsday imJoiid an liatkn bill to libiralize Mclama tion law The bill would anthoi sions of ripuyminl periods for projict water users Rivf the sec retary of interior broader powers for new projects and diiiv thf number of project fra turcs on which the government yeis its money back Polk said iiis organization fa v o r e d those provisions but acknowledged nnrier oiifstioniiifr tiiit sone assoeintion Ollid like vp I soeailed jilprest conipiiiient feninip in cluded in tiic bill Jt was included1 in last years Krckwcll bill to reclamation jaw Polk was the first witness called R uss la Ma in tains 100MOO Troops Among Salfllilcs March 2 Pi Soviet Russia has close to ioiOOO troops n Austria HiiiiiraiV and Konania accord to reliable reports leaching litre These reports are understood to be under consideration at high level consultations now go ing on at the state department American ambassadors to Hun gary Romania and Bulgaria are in Washington at present Offi cials indicated their evaluation of Red aims in eastern Europe would have much to do with shaping U S policy toward the Soviet satellites at hearings before a house public lands subcommittee He said the bill would aid the west bv making feasible many projects that can not be started under present law Hoover Group Raps V A Setup WASHINOTOV ManMi 2 The Hoover commUion aid Wednesday the Veterans adminis tration should remedy serious flaws in its organizational setup overhaul is education and in surance programs The commission n bipartisan group headed by former Pres Her bert Hoover is studying general i government reorganization It re ported these criticisms of V A Serious internal organizational1 defects uiiii conflicting lines of authority and a structure that has become too complicated Poor Management Waste Poor management and waste in the education setup with the V A somewhat sLow to recognize exist ing problems and recommend changes in ihe law i Incfficiencv and delav in han dling insurance problems with a specific finding that V A service on death claims has been slow and a cause of great irritation Thr report the nimh of hc cnm i s of to cong said carrying out its proposed major improvements n y A would result in considerable sav ings 853 Billion Budget The report didnt say how much But il pointed out in the fiscal year beginning next Jtdy 1 the V A will spend So300000000 Jt said that represents about Ur of the total national budget and more than any other federal agency will spend except the mili tary and treasury departments Among recommendations for im proving V A the report said the agency should turn over to the federal housing and home finance agency its program of guarantee ing1 Home orins for veterans On insurance I ho report said V A should separate this program from its other functions and set up a veteran insurance corporation It siid sue h a corporation could rpploy the practices of private companies It pointed out that one private company with insurance activities i much like V As has an average 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