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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Throueh Friday WEATHER Partly cloudy Monday little temperature Details on Page C9 59 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIFfEEN CENTS Boat Capsizings Fatal to Three Diichcsnc Emery Couple Drown in fishing Accidenl Boar capsizing acciclrnts brought death to three Ulahns Saturday as the 1949 fishing season Dead are George Gcddes Mountain Duchesne drowned when a small boat throwing him into Moon lake LaVell Emery in Forsythe reservoir drowned when the rowboat from which he was fishing was swamped by a La Veil who died in the same accident which took her husbands Wayne June 11 A swamped row boat plunging into choppy waves of the Forsythe reservoir 11 miles northeast of here Saturday afternoon claimed the lives jgramofthe Soviet zone railroad Berlin Strike End Nears After Confab Rail Walkout Solution Hinges on Pay Roll For Russian Sector By DREW MIUDLUTON June railroad strike which has blocked rail traf fic to Berlin for three weeks ap peared to be close to a settlement Saturday night after a conference between Frank United States commandant in Ber and Soviet transport Officials of the U G the non Communist trade union organiza tion which has directed the said they were willing to consider favorably the fivepoint pro of and LaVell Bert father of the drowned was saved as ho clinged to boat after it cap Scene of the drowning was in Fishlake national forest at 7500 elevation in the heavily forested southeast corner of Scvier Eyewitnesses said the Morten sen boat was about 150 yards from shore when it swamped and cap Motor and row boats rushed to the scene and rescued Max field before he lost his failinghold on the overturned Attempts to save the couple Rescuers said Morten sen died in a valient attempt to save his wife was the son of Carrie He is survived by his two broth Clyde and Neils and a Cloy His Rea was the daughter of and Bert She is sur vived by her parents two broth Talmage Emery Evan and a Elmo Duchesne Drowns in Lake Tribune Special MOUNTAIN Duchesne June small boat on Moon lake reservoir Saturday about 11 throwing George Geddes Moun tain into the where he Lindsays death is believed lo be the first of the 1949 fishing season as a result of According to fishermen who Were Lindsay and two Elwin Mountain and Ted Duchesne were about 50 feet from the shore when their boat Line Hampered Attempts Birch and Fisher swam to Others attempted to aid Lindsay but were unsuccess A search was organized by Arzy Duchesne county and after dragging the reservoir five hours the body was recovered at 4 Lindsay was born in Mountain a son of Geddes and Thelma Anderson He attended Mountain Home elementary school and Alta mont high Duchesne Served in Navy During World War he served three and half years in the navy and was assigned to the Pacific theater of After his discharge from the he had been associated with his father in farming here until accepting employment with the Moon Lake Water Users n year Surviving are his parents four Douglas and Jack Mountain Home Uirce Janet and Doris Mountain and Leah Du hisne FROM ENGLAND Family of 13 V Turns Eyes Toward Utah NEW June 11 Englishman brought his wife and 11 children here Saturday to swell the population of a little Utah fullfill a 25year The Clifford who worked for a Lancashire fur niture is a Thats one reason the family wants to live in The other reasons are his two Catherine and Joan Both girls married American and live in Salt Lake Will Try Farming But who is thinks he would like to take up so the family will live at about 400 with out the Hartley said he brought the family over in three cabins on the liner Britannic and the kids be haved very The kids range from 21months old whose birth the father was 19year old Hartley said they would make the trip to Utah with in an automobile and two 1 welcome the opportunity of becoming an American if they will have me and my chil he I want my chil dren to be brought up in a free Likes Free Country Asked to explain the latter Hartley said We are hogtied with red tape in looking around at her confessed to reporters that they surprised a British doc Before we were she my doctor warned me I could never have Relatives Wait Family Arrival The two trailblazing Hartleys who already are living in Joan Lund and Cath erine day excitedly chattered about plans for the big family reunion soon at Im all said who lives at 319 7th It will be two years in July since we saw them We thought it would take a lot longer than this for the family to get She said she and her 172 9th with administration for settlement of the dispute and that it is now technically possible to resume limited railroad and elevated serv ice on At Ministers Bid The four powers met at the di rection of the council of foreign ministers in Paris in an effort to settle before Monday the transport and economic difficulties which have plagued Berlin since lifting of the blockade on May The reichsbarndirektion or railroad directorate of the Soviet zone produced a sixpoint program for settlement of the strike Satur day during Howleys meeting with the eastern zone To meet the strikers demands for 100 payment in west marks the directorate is willing to pay 60 of their wages in west 10 Days Ago This made 10 days was embellished by a second point wherein the directorate offered to pay more than 60 of the wages in west marks insofar as the west mark income In a third point the directorate asserted that henceforth it will re quire payment in west marks from all fares in the three western sec tors of Berlin to provide funds for such additional In the final two points of its offer the directorate asserted that no punitive action will be taken against the strikers and that this assurance applies to all railroad workers in the western re gardless of their union Howley told the U G O that it is the belief of the western com mandants that this is a fair offer and I have been assured that it will be carried out Par ticular he has been given that more than 60 will be paid in west marks if earn ings permit and that no arrests or other punitive actions will be taken against the employes because of their participation in the work Copyright by Timff Robed Riders Club Threaten Life June 11 night riders dragged a 42yearold white woman from her home Friday and in the eerie light of a burning sixfoot cross threatened to burn her at a Hugh who re lated her harrowing experience to said the two holding smashed a glass pane in the front door of her home and charged One struck her on the head and another snatched an unloaded shotgun from her She broke free and jumped from one man to the lifting theirhusbands and childrenthey jthtir to recognized each have one child about 1 year1 They grabbed her will leave for Tridell Flames Sweep Plant in Damage Set at Tribune Leased IDAHO June 11 to six The also said jthat fire gained headway when a Fire of undetermined origin Sat hydrant to which firemen con jnt v o nected their hose urday night raged out of the beverage plant was through the Idaho Falls plant believed a near total loss late Oid Faithful Beverage other nearby buildings Eastern and Maple had not been The struc Estimates of damage ran aslure is located on a oc as jcupying about half a Winds The fire broke out between sparks and burning frag and 10 Every piece from the flame into rail fire equipment in this area was road brought to bear against the I furniture was removed but by 11 it was relate Saturday from residences near ported that the building was hurncd nearly down to its founda Manager of the the in the event the homes Dragged o Lawn We could kill you for she quoted them as They dragged her to the front where a sixfoot cross was she tney threatened to burn her at a stake and to string her McDanal told the men that police had been One an swered with a laugh Were the law McDanal was at home alone when the men Her husband was at She said the men first knocked and called out we want Shf said she grabbed up a but dropped the shells in trying to load Neighbor Complaints One of the men said neighbors had complained that her home was and sell being used to bring men women and to She denied might bo struck by fire or dam1 Sheriffs deputies arrived at the aged by preventive measures taken by fire was in Lava Hot Springs j No injuries were but at the lime of the hut trie i firemen faced a hazard from rx Robert who had re plocling chemicals used in the rcntly been in had remanufacture of carbonated bev turned here by According to Associated Hundreds of Idaho Falls resi Rust estimated hotel riamage at about In dents and shoppers in town from rural areas for Saturday night eluded in the loss were from four witnessed the flaming scene shout an hour after the men McDanal The deputies told she thst they could do very lit tle unless I can identify at least one of the McDanal told a believe I do know a few of the She said she believed the incident was the result of a neigh borhood Truman Presses Battle For Europe Rearming Harry S Truman shows his goldheaded ebony gift from his World War I comrades o battery to Kobert at National Truman returned Saturday to the nations capital from Little where he delivered Important foreign policy As for the legislation to give America economic and technical knowhow help to underdevel oped he said it offers enormous potential benefits in a growing world Taft Weighs Rearming In Robert Taft head of the GOP policy observed that rearming of Europe might have the opposite although he expects to vote for the Atlantic Taft he didnt be lieve a 10 cut in EC A funds would eliminate any essential bene The West Officials Map Final Parley Path By HAROLD CAJLLENDER June foreign ministers of the three western powers met Saturday to discuss the narrow field that remains for possible agreements at the four power foreign ministers council that will enter its last lap Sun Western officials predicted their ministers would present in the next few days a proposal for cre ation of a joint committee of Ger mans from the eastern and west ern zones to develop trade within their divided country as part of the wider project for eastwest trade in Referred to Deputies They suggested that after Sun days further discussion of the So viet proposal for a German peace this question might be re ferred to the deputies as a matter of formality rather than one of any practical importance for the immediate It was thought probable that the problems of a treaty for Austria also would be referred back for further consideration and that the instead of breaking up as at London in would continue in being and theotrically be merely Lift Berlin Blockade This resumption of formal con tacts with Russia at the minis terial level means that the block ade of lifted a prelude to this about to be to judge by Berlin reports of the end of the railway probably never will be reimposed by the Soviet The western ministers felt obliged to come hero and listen to Prussias however con servative they in the words of Copyright by Times ON THE INSIDE SECTION A Foreign 6 National 1 Editorial 11 Intermountain 13 SECTION B 14 Sports 611 Drama 13 SECTION C Classified Advertising 18 Mines and 11 9 Local 12 SECTION S Society SECTION M Fen turps 18 Music Radio Log 5 SECTION II Garden Farm 2 Model DEMANDS DELAY Hickenlooper Protests Atomic Probe Secrecy June 11 delay request but agreed to a Bourke Hickenlooper Saturday bitterly protested the raising of secrecy bars in the congressional airing of his in credible mismanagement charges against the atomic energy com The chief critic of AEC Chairman David demanded a oneday delay in pub lic hearings to thresh out the prob with only partial Brian chairman of the senatehouse atomic investi gating turned down the Farm Groups Spurn Talk By Brannan DES June 11 UP nations biggest farm or ganizations stood officially aloof Saturday from a 16state Demo cratic farm rally but party leaders predicted thousands of dirt farmers would come to hear of Agriculture Charles Bran nan defend the administration price support The twoday midwest conference opening here Sunday will combine a party pitch for the 1950 farm vote with a gettogether of the Democrats top brass to talk over further strategy for next years Party chiefs called it the big Democratic meeting of Xo Delegates Scheduled Neither the American Farm Bu reau federation nor the National Grange planned to send official representatives to the and a farm bureau spokesman said his organization would stand pat on its opposition to the Brannan The grange has not taken a stand on the leaders of the National Farmers union were expected to attend the meeting in full and the farm bureau spokesman said fedeiation representatives probably would sit in National Democratic publicity Jack said the farm ers a strong supporter of Brannans would be repre sented by James national and seven state presi About 5000 Expected Redding estimated that about 5000 including farmers from North Dakota and Missouri would come to Des Moines Monday on trains and chartered buses to hear Vice Alben Bark ley and other party bigwigs ex plain the administration Othor thousands will hear the closeddoor session of the commit tee Monday afternoon to hear Hickenloopers McMahon said Robert who directed re search on the atomic had been called to testify before the committee Monday Op penhcimcr now heads the institute of advanced studies at and is chairman of the A E Cs general advisory com Secrecy Hinders Progress bitter over a 9to 8 committee decision Friday re quiringhim to present his evi dence against the commissions loyalty review program behind closed had said earlier No progress can be made in this investigation if the curtain of secrecy is rung down every embarrassing evidence is McMahon told a news confer ence He will again bring up the matter of shipping radioactive isotopes atomic bombarded ma terial to foreign nations if Hick enlooper is not ready Mc Mahon said the matter had been left hanging in air as a result of last weeks Turning to Clark The committee is turning to General Tom Clark and FBI Director Edgar Hoover for ad vice on how to proceed with the loyalty issues raised by Hicken No decision has been reached whether to hold either public or on caso That is the designation of an atomic energy commission employe according to wrote one of the hottest atomic documents ever assembled after he had suspended following an FBI loyalty check then Declares EAC Fund Slash Would Aid Communism LITTLE June 11 Harry S Truman Saturday called for rearming of said trimming funds for helpingEurope would be false economy and disclosed he soon would ask congress to help needy areas of the Reaction from members of congress was swift and On his three the president said It is of vital importance that the Atlantic pact be followed by a program of military aid to increase the effective strength of the free nations against aggres sion A slash In furids available for European recovery at this time would be the worst kind of false reaction of Kenneth McKcllar was to pro pose a reduction in foreign aid Tom Connally chairman of the senate foreign re lations commenting on Trumans proposed world eco nomic said he understood only a small appropriation would be necessary at The Texan added that he will go along with the president on his helpEurope rearm In his speech before an estimated persons the pres ident spoke of continuing Com munist pressures and sharply challenged those who he said main tain we crinnot afford to pay the price of Turns the Tide United States Truman has stopped the disintegra tion of the democracies of Europe and turned the tide in favor of freedom and But he warned we are only midway in the strug gle and the cause of peace and freedom is still The president spoke at the dedi cation of a war memorial park here in connection with the an nual reunion of the 35th with which he served in the first world Truman had at tached sufficient significance to the address to label it in advance as a very important foreign pol icy Beamed Overseas It was broadcast by the major radio networks and beamed over the whitesuited presi dent marched 15 full the annual reunion pa rade of the He was flanked by of Defense Louis John son in shirt Sid Mc Malh of Arkansas and Harry presidential military A crowd estimated by Police Chief Marvin Potts at thronged the streets under a boil ing to greet He awarded them with smiles and a wave of his hat or prized walking In his the president in referring to the European cooperation pro gram There are voices which claim that because our policy has been TOO DISTANT Truman Back In Sidesteps 52 June 11 UP Harry S Truman returned to the capital Saturday night after a twoday reunion with World War 1 buddies at Little and neatly parried questions on wheth er his hat is in the ring for the 1952 Truman doffed a handsome light tan fedora as he stepped off the presidential Independ and reporters immediately asked his hat is in the Truman raised the light tan one and said You mean this one Long Ways Off The ring is a long ways off At a battery D breakfast in Lit tle Rock Saturday morning Monroe Johnson told the presi dents World WarI await about threeftiiji half years until Harry is president again if they wanted to see a real inauguration The presidents daughter Margt ret was waiting for her dad when the Independence touched down at National airport at three hours and five minutes after the takeoff from Little Met By Daughter Truman smiled broadly as he stepped from his Apparently the president did not expect his daughter to meet him at the For he exclaimed what are you doing here Truman then called to an asking for the The president then gave Marga ret a light blue stuffed Truman then turned to re porters saying hello In answer to questions about whether his hat was in the ring yet for the president raised his hat and said You mean this one The ring is a long ways off Demos Weigh Truce on TH June 11 UP Democrats will try to kill all labor legislation this year before settling for a diluted version of the TaftHartley a usually welli n f o r m e d administration source said This statement came as some administration quarters conceded privately that there chance of defeating Robert Taft in his effortto substitute nn amended TaftHartley law for Harry S Trumans repeal Senate Democratic leaders al ready have thrown their support to five compromise amendments drafted by a bipartisan bloc in the hope of picking up strength for See Page Column 11 the WIFE LINKED TO SPY TRIAL Condon Demands FBI Apology June Edward director of the national bureau of stand demanded Saturday night that Edgar Hoover apologize to Condon because her name was mentioned in an FBI slip produced at the Judith Cop Ion espionage director of the had no The man with whose name Condon was mentioned was iden as a recent sui He was Morton 13 yearold Harvard graduate and former government Ac cording to the FBI he tried last vear to contact a Bul His throatslashed body was i FBI Condon said in found in the Potomac river he had gone canoeing District Who attacks my wife must of Columbia Coroner Maj take me Edgar Hoover gruder McDonald pronounced the owes agriculture secretary defend his garian suspected of being an agent plan on a nationwide radio ad dress before he talks lo the farmers in a Des Moinos thoa for the Russian intelligence serv Washington police said Kent died by his own hand here June case a His wife said he had been depressed over the re cent loss of his Condon branded as a ma licious accusation a statement in the report that his wife gave Kent an address for a Bulgarian tabbed by the F B I as an espion age He declared that Condon gave Kent the address of a man he wanted to contact for busi ness T think millions of Americans will nshmned and digusted at the way in which a perfectly de cent American wife and mother has been subjected to annoyance icr a personal I he is man enough to de hope Hoover is director of the F B from whose files the information Informants are identified only by code and the reports contain nothing to indicate how much credence the agency places in The gov ernment objected to their intro duction by Mias Coplons declaring that all Americans should be revolted at the disclosures which have been made in the called for a critical review of the F B Is investigation He said such an inquiry should be because of the innuendoes and I made by responsible board of slanted writing contained in this J prominent   

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