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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station RALL Through Friday WEATHER loeallr Details M If 72 SALT LAKE SATURDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE Truman Asks Outlay Hiss Declar For Bold Program Would Raise Standards of Living In Latin America June 24 Harry S Truman Friday asked congress for to launch his widely I heralded program for helping to build up the economies of underdeveloped nations in Asia and Latin Spelling out details of the bold new program which he Chinatown deal first outlined as point four of his inaugural address last to sule documents to a Spy Claim False Flally Denies Story Of Undercover Chinatown Meeting June 24 HiM bcanded as fase Friday the also asked the house and sen ate to give the exportimport bank authority lo guarantee pri vate investments In a 2500word message to con he said technical as sistance and production knowhow alone can do much to raise the standard of living of many millions of people living in grinding pov erty in nonindustrialized He said that by helping these nations the United States would be helping itself by creating new markets forits and building new democratic On the other he if the people of underdeveloped areas are frustrated and disappointed in their drive for better economic they may turn to false doc trinse which hold that the way of progress lies through an obvious reference to commu Only First Steps Truman emphasized that the proposals he laid before congress were only the first steps in a venture that extends far into the But he asked prompt action on the grounds the plan is of major importance to our for eign He divided the program into two parts and asked for specific con gressional action on The first kind of aid he is scientific and managerial knowledge to help countries in such basic fields as road improv ing building communica tions systems and planning long range economic Can Work Together He said several federal as the public health and the agriculture I Harry Truman asked con Shy an Answer Just Depend On June 24 in this home of gobbledygook and other devices to distract ordinary language into government statements and one constantly runs into strange The latest to burst upon he Washington scene is dicho When newsmen Thursday strove to have Dean secretary of say the Paris meeting of the foreign ministers was either a success or a he retorted Why do we always have to use dichotomies When John Kelley gov ernment Thursday bore down on Miss Judith Cop espionage trial she snapped back Only my own can dissipate this says the diction means a distribution into two subordinate parts a cutting in two a terious Russian There is not a word of truth in he said solemnly to Whit taker Chambers tale of an under cover rendezvous with Boris j nn Split Post Solons Asked June 24 LW j can work together on this pro gram under his and that specialized agencies of the United Nations already are preparing to He asked for a firstyear appro priation not to exceed 000 to launch this Pointing out that his budget for the 1950 fiscal year already has earmarked forsuch he said the total sum requested would cover the gress Friday for a law which Outwardly composed and confi Hiss continued his sweeping denials of perjury charges and in sisted that he never betrayed his country from his prewar State de partment Chief Bulwark The 11yearold former state de partment official took the stand in federal court for the second day as the chief bulwark of his own selfdescribed one time courier for a Russian spy repeatedly has charged that Hiss was a fellow Communist and that in 1937 and 1938 Hiss turned over important documents to him for relay to the It was Hiss1 denial of this charge before a spyprobing grand jury last December that brought The jury charged that ho lied twice Once when he de nied slipping the papers to Cham and when he said he had never even seen the former courier after Direct Queries Friday under direct questioning j by his top defense Lloyd Paul Hiss again denied that He ever turned over State department secrets to Chambers or any other unauthorized He had even seen whom he knew as one George after late May or early He had ever met the myste rious described as a red master spy and to whom Cham bers said he introduced Hiss dur ing a furtive meeting at a Brook lyn motion picture theater and a would divorce the appointment of subsequent conference at the Chi postmasters from In a special he also nese He and his sharei of technical aid extended j through the United Nations as well RS extended directly by federal asked for legislation to put the post office department on a busi nesslike basis with streamlined budget and accounting And he renewed his recommen dation for higher postal rates to overcome an anticipated deficit of in the next fiscal The second kind of Tru man is a flow of investment capital for the financing of pro ductive Minimum Pay Bill Pushed June 24 The labor committee Friday unanimously approved a bill to increase the present minimum I classification of 40 cents an hour to 75 Presidential Some postmasters of the second and third which takes in all cities and the larger now are appointed by the president subject to senate confir Fourth class postmasters are appointed by the postmaster with no senate action re If the postmaster general is to be held responsible for the efficient conduct of the postal Truman told he should be given fulll authority to appoint postmasters and other postal em ployes subject only to the pro visions of the civil service and motored to with Chambers in Salient Points He and Hiss were close partying friends of the These items were Salient points of the mass of testimony given by Chambers in his week on the At one Stryker switched his line of questioning to the govj ernment documents placed on evij dence on the These are the highly classified documents that Chambers maintains Hiss handed to him to be turned over to the Figure in Republican Conclave Republican leaders gather in Salt Lake City to address or attend ths national convention of young party left to Hugh Scott national chairman George left Jo Wyoming nationtil and Leon Colorado state Interested 21 Senators Urge Refusal To Recognize China Reds June 24 Twentyone senators Friday signed a letter to Harry S opposing any recognition of the Communist regime in They expressed great concern that the administration may be considering such We further the letter that this government should make it clear that no recognition of the Communist forces in China is presently contemplated and that Under Civil Service Claude Pepper a jn theory at postmasters Russian Did you personally type a single word of the documents 5 to 47 here in evidence I did Did you ever ask your wife to do so Certainly Did she ever do so in your presence or to your knowledge No of course FreeLance Writer Hiss said he had known Cham bers as George a seem A l ill i committee said the labor i have been under the civil service inKly impoverished freelance department figures that if the bill system for some The law1 writer who occasionally borrowed becomes it will mean pay j frequently have f raises for about workers j been allowed a hand in choosing who in interstate commerce now the nominee from among the three make less than 75 cents an j highest candidates passing the ex The committee did not go along I and the senate has had with the idea that the law should i the final say on confirming be broadened to include man He described the recommended small sums of money from him and never repaid the The tmpaid Hiss led to a breakoff in his relations with He testified that in late May or Early he saw Cham ers not covered by it changes as in line with objectives bers at the latters Cham the bill had been of the Hoover commission on gov he again requested a Pepper said broad an workers he are en1 agreement in processing agriculture i not repay the sums he owed products in socalled areas of He noted that legislation already and that I intended to forget all i is before congress which would the sums he owed and Farmers still would have the thorize the postmaster general to j that I thought further contacts so that it included only ernment The pres n additional nonfarm ident said he is in wholehearted I told Crosley that I had These he are en agreement with the commissions I become convinced that he would Coplon Shouts Raps Russian June 24 UP Coplon shouted at her i espionage trial Friday that her Russian Valentin Gubit may have helped the FBI put the finger on Winding up a threeday cross examination by Prosecutor John Kelley the petite exJustice department analyst cried out in almost hysterical tones that she had been framed and that the governments cass against her smells to high Bursts Into Tirade She burst forth with a fivemin ute tirade against the department and its and accused her lormer William and department lawyer with whom she kept sev eral allnight of taking part exemptions they now Pepi establish a research and developj per iment i us should be discon SHOP TRAP SPRINGS Suave Swindle Suspect Nabbed WR shall make clear that independent and nonCommunist China will continue to have the friendship and assistance of the United States of 21 Sign Letter The letter was signed by 16 Re publicans and Some of us believe the issue of Communist recognition is under active one senator He added that the Nationalist government is now blockading the waters of Communist China and some senators fear the United States will not recognize this The letter was released by William Knowland Tom Connally chairman of the senate foreign re lations told reporters I feel sure that when the ques tion of recognition or lion of a Communist regime in China the president and the secretary of stale will advise the foreign relations committee of the exact facts involved and the con sideration which is being given to Republican List The Republicans who signed the letter in addition to Knowland Cordon Cain Bricker Baldwin Bridges Brewster Reed Mundt Ferguson Morse Thye Assailed At Young GOP Meet GOP Council Elects Slate After Debate Speaker Parley Push Labor Programs By MALMQU1ST Young Republicans of the nation demonstrated that they can take it as well as pass it out Friday by devoting second day of their national convention largely to selfanalygU The it Western States council j and listening to critics of the G 0 P or segments within the of Young Republicans Friday j Scattered but frequent outbursts of applause greeted night elected a chairman after a i of the A F L Labors duced an hour and ft half of mo countermotions and bitter The council also adopted a res olution condemning the author ity type of river development and calling for a sound water program under existing govern mental Elected chairman was Reginaldo the choice of the nominating commit Idaho Rival The Idaho nominated Young Par for chairman from the floor and was supported immedi ately by Oregon and Since Montana was the meeting deadlocked despite repeated attempts by Young to decline the After a number of recesses and the assembly accepted his protest that we are only in juring The reclamation resolution de clared that water policy founded by the GOP which has been re sponsible for the development of the west is being hindered by federal usurpation of states Officers Listed Other officers elected were Virginia Cobert cochairman Betty secre tary Ruth assistant secre tary Jack Ozzie as ivho told delegates what wan wrong with the party from organized labors standpoint Dont Evade George Malone of Nevada urged the young party members to pick up the ball which many of the Republicans in congress shun and come out against the hoax of free which he argued is nurting the American working man and the American Robert a 32yearold Re publican county chairman from lambasted what he termed the elder statesmen of the Young Republican organization and ac cused them of trying to cook up deals to control the Standpatism Hit One group of critics belabored the party for while another group deplored disposition of some of the members to tag along with the fair All in all the days sessions sug gested a search for factors which make the party tick or fail to tick rather than a unifyingmutual admiration Intermixed with the critical analysis of the Republican party were some pointed attacks on Democratic administration poli Demo Policies Ripped Walt Horan Washing participant on the farm accused Democrats of fol lowing an inconsistent and basi cally dishonest agricultural Donald Jackson of Call Martin and Butler publicity and John assistant publicity A vice chairman named from each state will sit on the exec utive Named were Harold California Charles Oregon Joseph New Mexico Derek Arizona Arthur Allen Utah Carl Idaho Frank Montana Meryl Washington John Colorado Frank Wyo and Wally Vacation Starts For Lewis Miners Today WHITE SULPHUR June 24 Lewis coal miners are ready to begin their 10day vacation Saturday as the fore runner of what turn into a pationwide strike under the mine chieftains no no work The current soft coal contract runs out next Thursday in the midst of the and negotia tions here and at for a new agreement were still far from success when weekend re cesses were called Served Notice Lewii personally served notice on the northern and western oper ators taking part in the socalled in the referring to the FBI men who arrested her and Gubitchev in New York en March she RllSSlttHS lllVOKe shouted Democratic senators who signed negotiations here that were Russell McCarran the 0nitea Mine Workers will not Mag n n s o n sRn a new pactwithout improve Downey Cal and Holland f in welfare i fund arrangements and some plan for stabilizing employment ThemlfttoklM Sophoulli Death long career Premier Dies IriCirfeece After Stroke AEHENS June 24 aged Greek premier western poweri to tfte fifht Communist inroads from died after a stroke Friday at his summer The durable old Greek politician arid revolutionary had suffered a stroke on his 88th birth day last 24 and doctors gavs up hope for him But he rallied back into active work rode out the persistent Greek tell farmers how much they could political storms until his which came Tsaldaris Sought King Pau asked Constantin deputy premier and for eign to form a new gov who was formerly he would meet with responsibility in foreign de nounced the administration policy in declaringthat it was originated by a China clique in the state department and that it is not concurred in by the Repub lican Clarence Hill of Kansas head of the agricultural di vision of the Republican national lambasted the Brannan farm describing it as a major step toward socialization which would permit one man to how much they could har how much they could market and at what Airs Tradfl Policy Tlie United said Malone in a panel discussion of the 1950 is getting the great est pushing around that any na tion has taken in 2000 years of recorded And the hope of the he lies in the young Republicans who are not tied up with the opposition party by deals as so many of the elder members of the party He singled out as one of the great fallacies of the administra tion the state departments selec tive free trade program based upon the 1934 trade agreements Many he com have been camp followers with respect to this program for the past 15 years and still It now has reached the he con where there is no protec tion at all for American labor or He argued that unless the policy is reversed the country is Sophocles labor minis ter and a leader in the Liberal party which Sophoulis to discuss details of a new Tsaldaris heads the Populist which is conservative and traditionally Sophoulis had been preparing to go to Haiuani airport to meet Queen Fredrika on her return to Athens from a visit with tives in Switzerland suf fered the fatal He lay down and within few minutes was dead at Funeral Sunday The funeral was set tehtatively for Parliament is ad journing until the new ment is A cabinet meeting was called for 8 1 EST sided over by Deputy Premier i Alexander who has been Id like to know who this Gubitchev j But when Kelley asked her pointblank if she thought Gubitchev had taken part in the i she replied I still dont Tie Incident I I New Blockade Violating Pledge The representing reduce his standard of tons of annual The Nevada senator proposed heading into depression which everyone will know about in six The Republican Malone historically has j handling most of Sophoulis rou been the friend of the laboring I tine He ia expected to man but has forgotten him lately i act as premier until a new by helping along a program which ernment is Under Greek the king trusts the new premier with asked for a recess untiTnextTiiM1a a substitute for thft reciprocal j mation of a June 21 Whitehaired Sigmund iden ified by police as an wae Friday in a i rap set by an intended woman victim anri turned on ihe charm to evade charges of taking S8700 from a Chicago The widow was redhaired Reseda She flew at him in a rage when she first saw in the police but when he assured her he would give the money she I believe I really Engel started his repayments in the police In the privacy of the captains he took in cash from his billfold and pave it to She took Officers said had A wise of into a police trap when he pursued her in the same highblown man ner he had courted the Corrigan was the latest of about 50 women who have reported losses of money after meeting En Police said he has a trail of victims throughout the United States and Engel was trapped in an exclu sive luggage shop on Michigan He was led there through the maneuvering of Genevieve whose best friend is a sisterinlaw of a Perro said she and her son Richard were dining in a chic res taurant two nights ago when a man came up and introduced him self as Paul Her sus picions were aroused hut they de led Engel j cidcd to string him On redirect examination by TJe In their conversation in the res fense Archibald Miss 1 Perro he claimed to be a cousin of a vice president nf the Continental bank Coplon was asked to identify Alex ander Wolf the clerk who sold her a Christmas necktie for in and was living the i He climaxed the i Wolf said he did not remember i first nights chatter with a proj Miss hut he did recall an posal of shf Mean1 incident which she reminded him Perro had informed j had taken place at the time i bought She a with Enj Wolf testified that she pointed gel at the luggage shop Friday out to him a mans tie which she They were to buy lugj was wearing as a sash about her gage for their Two I police women and Detective Peter Harlib were in the store posing as Engel sauntered in and As the trial adjourned until Palmer said he did not whether he would return soon i Miss Coplon to the witness purchased worth of trunks j He added that he does not intend and Thrn the arrest was to call the girls mother at Engel was taken to a police point in the screamed where he admitted his that her daughter was being per Page June 2t viet zone rail disre ncials are negotiating with the garding the noblockade prom Southern Coal Producers ise of their diplomatic chiefs in which refused to join the refused Friday night to allow an American army passen ger train to travel from Berlin to western authorities had asked that a Sovietcontrolled locomo tive and rrew be provided for th schndulod to leave at 9 for an the first step in restoring normal rail traffic between Berlin and the day at 4 after hearing Lewis outline the unions general which he did not break i T rmivr TTnn nTATHTY down into specific UUK CHAKH 1 At where UMW ficials Page Column 3 I few changes are na tional bargaining was dead locked after a month of confer Further meetings were broken off until Soft his paintings Friday for He The miners which ncver sold one igan at affected both hard and Churchill Painting Brings Satisfaction June 24 ton Churchill parted with one of got out of it was the glowing feeling nf appreciation mines which have contracts and an idea of what other i with the The hard coal I Churchills might bring at auc j concentrated in Army transportation officials i are considered almost cer said the request was turned down tain to return to work on schedule July 5 since their contract runs until 15 and negotiations for a new one have not yet But there was no such certainty about the return of the soft coal Lewiss tradi tional policy has been no con by the Russian controlled rail way administration because of the 35dayold Berlin rail The strikers had agreed to pass allied trains and the occupation but had The money 1250 guineas went to the Churchill wheedled the yearold wartime prime minister into putting The Blue Trent Park 1934 on the auction block at a YWCA benefit she was The buyer was a Brazilian news urged rail workers in west Ger i no work and the UMWj paper chain headed by Assis chief refused to confirm or deny I The autographed that thf miners would return after which was the hung in the Royal academy last many to clamp sympathy blockade on trains to the Soviet will be presented to the Paulo art Bidding began at 500 guineas and was brisk from Churchill painted the picture In5 glowing yellowlighted blues greens in Art critics who long have won dered over the worth of a Churchill weighed against merit and technique in their appraisal after the But most agreed that Ohurchill it fc competent painter after 34 yean of He it to On the basis of the price paid for The Blue Churchill has a fortune tied up in hti own Friends estimated has completed a couple of hundred   

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