Salt Lake Tribune, June 3, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

June 03, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Ittttrmountmin Network Station KALL MonJT Through Friday nnt WEATHER Partly scattered afternoon Details on Page 37 50 SALT LAKE FRIDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Utah Project Plans Watkins Says Senator Sees Hope For Million Weber River Work Arthur Watkins Utah said Thursday night he thought there was an even chance of getting the 000 Weber basin project ap1 proved during thig nession of H8 arrived in Salt City laic Thursday with John commissioner of i Indian to attend a dedication ceremony at the Jsava jo Indian school Bushneil hospi tal Friday in Brigham senator he would meet with backers of the project and local reclamation bureau officials during his visit to see if the final reports can be Sres Project Okeh I he that will be Just as easy to get the entire pro ject approved as a part of and perhaps Watkins said he also would confer with Reclamation bureau officials about the Central Utah but added that there was no chance of getting that approved by the present Before leavingWashington Thursday the senator appeared before the senate ap propriations committee on the in terior budget to urge restoration of several cuts made by the He asked that new item of for a terminal reservoir at the north end of the Salt Lake aqueduct be approved and that carved out of the Provo j river project allotment be re He also urged restoration of a cut in the Bureau of Land Management btidget and a addition to the item for Indian He said 000 of the latter amount was needed for operation of the school Accuser Ties Pumpkin Note to Hiss Chambers Ailmils Ho Perjured Self In 1937 Office Oath NEW June 2 UP I Whittaker Chambers identified some of the famed pumpkin I papers which he said were given I him by Alger Hiss at the climax of j i his direct testimony Thursday at j Hiss perjury Crossexamination started im mediately and Chambers prompti j ly admitted that had j been guilty of perjury in j i Thomas j Murphy unexpectedly ended gov I ernment examination of the for mer Communist spy courier at 4 E D It was Chambers sec ond day on the Identifies 47 Papers 1 Lost Uranium Found In Buried Debris Truman Kills Stump Tour For Program Shelves Plea Decision on Bills June 2 Harry S Truman said Thurs day he may not need to take that cross country trip lo carry his legislative program to the people after It was in February that Dignitaries Arrive for Rites John commissioner of Indian and Arthur Watkins Utah arrive in Salt Lake City io ntteiui prinlerlirntion rites at formerly Bushneil Hurry Brown Washington writer for Chambers responded yes when in handing him the 47 asked Did you re TVT HP iTruman congress ceive these manually fromHiss at i 110160 JL 1 IDllllC lo pass bills he his Volta place residence in lour he country in behah of his ington Chambers held the two strips of I film up to ihe and said the j light was too dim for him to make out the Presiding Judge I Samuel Kaufman admitted the film as evidence when Murphy said he had photographic copies j of the film which Chambers could i I testified the film conj tained pictures of original docu incnls received from Hiss at the j Volta place riter Dies In Maryland Death at 71 Closes Harry Browns Long Capital Career j But he told a news conference Thursday that plans for such a jtrip have been put on the shelf for the time Could it be possible that the rip might not be necessary A reporter Very isaid tile Ilans Never Rigid Maybe he would take it next Thats looking too far into jthe said Acheson Submits Proposal To Unif y Berlin Control at June 2 UP The United Stales submitted a agreed 10 his plans for such R Charges Against Hiss j h trip never have been very He testified the last time he1 ry whose cxact Feb 21 1 saw Hiss was at the same resi byline i denre in The govj familiar to two generations of Salt I may even get on he train i ernment charged that Hiss i Lake Tribune died Thursj again and make another tour i lied in under oath that he i d t his hrme 6112 iarolmd ccuntrv to tc the had given government secrets people how their government j Chambers and that he never had Ridgexvood Chevy 1 seen Chambers after j He had heen in failing health forj Even though congress has i iii Chambers earlier had testified j and death was duefar passed very few of his i he agreed in a New York i to ft heart I the president stuck to his guns I Chinatown lendezvous with a RusI Correspondent of The Salt Lake He still thinks the whole program sian secret agent in 1937 to furni Tribune since 1918 and a Washjis on the must list and should Planes Locate f OJL r 1 11 Ulti W1 Lit Berlin Ah Chambers testi any big German proLiem at this conference has CityWide Election The American plan calls for A free citywide election under rentied Jhey replied Commenting on conversion of point plan to Prussia Thursday for session Friday in hope they can Bushneil into a Navajo i unified control of includingj work out some agreement on the i Watkins said the bill had the election of new city govern been passed and signed and the ment and restoration a four money was in the I power local command All we need to do now is get it he Nichols Enthusiastic Nichols said he was en thusiastic about the school proj I am he re that the Indian children are coming to J think the people here will treat them We plan to have 600 of the chil dren in the school by next Janu The ultimate enrollment will be Four ministers i inuune since JLBIB ana a WHSII m a suner secret ish Stale nePartmelt documents newspaperman for 52 become law o a supeiseciei ft v I to help in the defense of the So was dean of the house and sen C TT June 2 UP Right air foiCe crewmen who parachuted from a disabled B29 into the rugged Na commented that the j tional forest area of Tdnho Thurs olfice was being day have been sighted on the with the object of providing I officials of the Spokane an administration of Indian afiajr force base reported Thursday fairs which we can defend I against any Nichols will deliver Ihe commence j i lu tt address at State Agnj ed enRine ral college Friday and at sollth lof atj State college Watkins said he did not expect congress to adjourn until The TaftHartley he will result in a now law which retain the funda mentals of the TaftHartley act and carries some new names as The eight men were pnrt of a crew of a B29 Superfort which BO miles They jumped into the wooded wilderness after the ordered all but four men and himself to bail He then brought the plane to a safe landing at the Spokane The last two of lhe downed parly were located Thursday night a jvict union against jate prpss galleries at the time of In the last meeting with Length of Slay He Knew Capital He knew the complexities of of He said he told them hefjcjai Washington as few corre was breaking with the party and spondnnts or officials knew he tried to get Hiss and his wife to break with the Communist i that he criticized its and his services were sought by fourpower he would not hundreds of westerners who visited the knowing what they i i AVill he stay around Washington j las long as congress does said And got a laugh when he per haps In reply to oilier Truman said that he Opposes any Export Import j bank loan to It asked Concession of full powers to the I Hiss has denied repeatedly ever were after but needingan expert for all or a of the Tiny Portion Still Missing Congress Widens Probe i I June 2 Brian McMahon disclosed Thursday night that the longmissing I the Chicago uranium235 mystory has been recovered from a I buried but a liny portion of the atomic material itself has i not yet been McMahon said the loss of the material appeared to be due to and announcement was made 8t end of a day studded with de velopments in the congressional investigation of the atomic energy headed by David Other developments Bourke Hickenlooper accused Lilienthal of violating lhe on atomic secrecy brazen effrontery and of per mitting persons to take part in the 194S Eniwelok Acomb tests without a full loyalty Guard Has Record Testimony was received that a guard at the Chicago atomic lab oratory where the missing had a police Car roll general manager of the atomic energy commission said the guards record showed a charge of grand but no He expressed confi dence the guard had nothing to do with the Atomic chief Lilienthal coldly and emphatically denied Hicken loopers charge of law in clearing some A E C employes without a full loyalty checkup im This was he to speed vital atomic McMahon said congressional investigators trying to find out why a new atomic plant under construc tion by General Electric is costing three times more than the original Pushing Probe He said no claim of fraud or malfeasance has been but commented This matter will be pursued Without the Li lienthal hearing was postponed at the end of Thursdays stormy No date was set for re newed public chairman of the tjourke Hiekenlooprr hraMii A E C lC Capitol Hill Racial Rules government which will be belonging In the Communist party i to show them where to go 000 it says it needs to buy cotton called a provisional government Or ever following its whom to and how to proceedland for greater j Defense Lloyd Paul I Part of his work with The Trib1 Has no on Britains Drafting of a permanent con Stryker launched an attack on llne was furnish this service torelease of Communist Gerhart stituUon for Berlin by the cityj See Page Column 1 j from the newspapers assembly which will be j simultaneously with i Within the newspaper the establishment of the city I oi IllCfl 111 he was orle Ule most i of the fourpower i kj IJ jiar correspondents in the This was demonstrated when he was elected president of the GridI iron rlub in one of the high est honors Washington correspond ents can bestow upon a fellow Served Press Club B mhe cting JtE UlmL UL 1lltS United Nations mediator who re joint SPnatehouse committee in cently turned dawn a job as as vestigating Hickenloopers charges kommandat lira or local command council whicli used to run the Reduction of occupation costs for Berlin to a Acheson Submiis Plan of Slate Dean Acheson eri Counsel in Spy T I A 1 rial Again IHit With Fine Fa Curb Ease submitted the proposal at Thursi For Refugees June 2 The house passed Thursday a com sislant secretary of was ot incredible quoted Thursday as saying he said the missingvial was turned up in a box used to bury hot radioactive materials Richard too nWch Jim I too much Jim Gehman said in a Collier s article that the 1yearold Negro diplomat and former Howard University profcs weeks sor 1old him j from the A E 0 Argonne labora tories in The loss was discovered last but was not reported to the FBI until seven Uranium Found Buried McMahon said three boxes wero who Extremely Its extremelv difficult Negro lo maintain even a sembl ignity in Washing He expressed the hours after the other six had ion that some changrs should spotted about 30 miles made to improve Want Fair Law Some of us he are not wedded to the TaftHartley We recognize that it can be improved and what we want is a law that is fair to south of Superior on the north fork of the Clearwater All were within two miles of one Abe manager of the Oro municipal found the first six as he flew his Piper cub over lhe areas as part of a large air and ground search although it riefi nilrlv known if anv had suffered T if a showdown j w said he dropped temporary is forced Between to lhe and a note nnd the administration it isdilecli lhem lo a road thrae my opinion that TaftHartley will away Anolher plane located the other Nothing short ota miracle could j base fft the administrations national public information said the healthprogram through this sesmen apparently were in good con the senator Asked about his fight to write amendments into the North Allan tic treaty to specify that troops cannot be used against a European aggressor without ap proval of Watkins i explained that he wajs not attack ing the but only seeking to make its meaning Says Treaty Fllegal i T am he that1 Kuropeans think it means one thing and Americans think it means something While many of are entirely June 2 Prior to serving as he brief 30th meeting of the was vice president and treasurer foreign for severai Hc VV8S a lifting some of the overnight for Brown represented wesi Living1 in IJie nations capital is like serving out asentence for any Negro who detests segregaI Lion and discrimination as I originally held more than an ounce and of if Xegros of The A EC has reported that seveneighths of the lost uranium has been found in a laborious for ern newspapers during his entire the foreign Pod efmg ministers will consider the Berlin I an i til provided that Vishinsky does j 1 not reject it at the first restricted or supposedly pletely secret meeting of ihe con after f j i j intfereat bmldinff fund f mforma WMt g combing over of waste but has never explained how it got out of the bottle into the was instrumental McMahon said men wearing gas in i armed with Geiger count chance at the j ers and decontamination of assistant j opened the buried boxes under the for near eastern supervision of FBI over a and African He turned it The facts seem to indicate that explaining that he could not what happened was the contents This is more than the afford to take the pay j of the bottle containing the en refugees whose admission js permiUedbby a 194g act but is the tax free salary paid riched U235 was dumped by mis by the subject take into a can of unenriched ma Gcfs Second Fine less than the administration to lhat goes with the State i lerial McMahon said as a cub reporter in i department I J Seeks Full Recovery New Requirements I Rcexpose Family j J a m In addition to having an as Learned From Dunn to snv IT i i u LVJ n June 2 about the importance of Dunn for manv vears SWKA Tl lhat tne controlling factor count y y aa provided by the i jn his refusal was his desire to 0 s ot the best known correspond1 the newcomers would be required i remain raihvajmen of west Berlin re lions to the jected a Communist sponsored when Judge Reeves broke in compromise offer by a vote of I must fine you nimnq ripith hiB 477 to 398 y he continued his cnts for western After j the proposed act to j Hesaid racial feeling in Wash I am hopeful that the one Bunche said in New York Thurs eighth of an ounce finally will be i accounted 1or when the final checks and analyses are He said the bottle had been with the United TIiat means the work j Artpr the judge instructed the assoclatlos which opened with bloody fight ing between strikers and Corn miinist strikfihroakcrs May will i swear upon arrival that they are ington was only a minor considcr western newsinot and have not been Commuj aLion and it did not finally IT WASNT HUMAN temptuous thc defense attorney announced his intention of appealing both The government indictment rharpes Miss Coplon with hav ing pilfered documents from files of the Justice where she formerly with reason to believe the infomistion would bo used to help a foreign Arrested in March was jammed Thursday Shawns arrested March f in mans right the rasp up for i first with lhe Portland i nists or members of Communist decide his nnt i Gehman said another reason was Kd Gossett unwillingness of Bunchr to rk an order f n in i p foPr mn Boisc SUtesman and with the Spokane See Page Column 3 othfr critics of the legislation is1 rcexpose hisWmily to antiNesro Guffaws No Court Rules in Freeing Patron HUNTINGTON June 2 UPIA laugh even if it disturbs the Moffatl testified that the am convinced of JlldPe uas upheld in j sound Frazicr uttered was more wav My position inourt ncre Thursday in R ruling i like the scream of a coyote or an hewrit tenso jttnat a guffaw docs not violate ass who want is that it Valentine Gu a Russian employe of the United Palmers latest finn grew out of his questioning of Scott Mil Uidform For Traffic June 2 Beck Bnsonc i Utah Thursday recomniendod to the presidents con ference of traffic AH chairman of commit sued a statement saying that some conditions in of the refugees may be planted j 1 by the Communist Another major change from ex r 11 law is that a person to be JL i eligible for entry must have been in a displaced persons camp abroad T TT ion or prior to January Of I jlfPllSllI O I This cutoff date in existing A A is December identified by Paul an Argonne laboratory who recognizedhandwriting on the vial as his Tailing the witness chair for the second day before the congres sional Lilienthal de See Page Column 4 Sponsors of TSill Sponsors of the bill said June 2 UP Harry S Truman said Thurs that slate andlocal govern lakes years and years to a locomotive cnginesr to drive a train that get off the we let anybody get a driving change in dates would permit themerits should deny driving entry of persecuted persona who leges lo the thc unj license for an automobile whether fierifrom eastern European fit and the chronic law ho knows front from back or right fries in 1917 and 1MS when Hf told his third annual high means the same thing to Europeans and I dont believe we should try to amend the consti tution by He added that hr regarded the Ireaty as unconstitutional in present form because it seeks 10 any Municipal Judge Charles Hedge1 Wing hnaded by Ruth j rock dismissed charges disturb1 lhe testified Frazier ing the p e a f against John laughed heartily but did nnt rlip on accusations brought lurb their pence at the time the I by Justice of the Peace Stanley i judge became enraged and j him A group of patrons at the i ler n FBI concerning toe on laws and she Russians moved into safety conference that many the papers which the government says were found in Miss Coplons purse the time of her Although numerous papers from had he handbag have been introduced in Prosecutor Kclley said Moffatt arresled Frazicr At the conclusion of he brief32 papers wore withhold on lhe amend the constitution by May fi nl a rafp whcre hearing Judge Hedgccock ruled grounds of the security of the Watkins said Ihe length of holh having He said there was no proof of malice in United Palmer wanted to his visit would dipend upon de velopments in thc He ten Frazicr burst forth with a laugh Fraziers laughter and ordered the know if Miller personally selected that was not human so j charges tatively plans to remain in that he could not finish his jstate most of next i the and the FBI agent He expressed deep regret when Following his Frazier i finsweror that he had nothing to who hadnt uttred a titter rluri do a bruit determining what was The judge said hr askrd Frazier ing the used in the informed of the death of Harry to his laughing that nnlybeamorl broadly and announced he Later in the Judge veteran Washington hrought out more laughs from inlpnded bringing against rejecter Palmers rlemanrl thnl Ihe respondent for The Salt Lake Moffatt for ilam12 omitted papers be put in evi j The liny police court of for false i said The American people must hf confused because of unfa miliar traffic She said the group unani mously approved a policy state ment thai enactment of the uni form code would not automatically in uniform inter application or meth ods of The numerous official agen cies participating in this con she should as sume responsibility in their re fields for uniform ad rninist ral and en forcement ot the The bill also would states have failed to establish Abolish priorities giving pref adequate driver licensing orence to 30 of the entire miota Jn too many case the laws are to farm workers and to Baltic i pitifully weak and the procedures under Russian domfor driver examinations are scan nations now j i Pormit the entry of 000 he Truman regretfully political refugees from Snvictcon milled that his own state of Mis as terrible system of trolled Allow the entry ol licensing automobile j Polish war now in Kng a man can go down to who fought against the drugstore from an insane who fled to asylum and spend a quarter and get a license to drive on any road As in existing all the refuIin that state if he wants i gees would be charged against lhethe president departing from quotas of their coun try or except nnd 1000 refugees his prepared He said it was ironic that it from Speaking on thc need for new efforts to solve problems of high way safety because of steadily in creasing highway Tru man told the conference its efforts have shown some the frightfut slaughter on our streets and high ways Last people were killed in traffic acci dents and more than were On the credit said he was heartened by the crease in driver training courses in high the use of modern safety features in postwar high way and traffic court ;

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