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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS 1iM WEATHER Considerable cloudhnu Details 80 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Questions Fired at West Coast Threesome Three west raptured at Ogden early Saturday morning are questioned eoncerntag alleged crime From left Ogden Police Nab Youths In Running Gun Battle By JOHNSON Tribune custody without resistance after police officers had chased the trio OGDEN July 2A running gun all over Saturday night for three in a threestate crime in the city Tha story being told by the young according to Ogden police included theft of eight or nine cars and the armed robbery of at least five Jargely in California and and their final apprehension fol lowing a highspeed trail of gun fire in Ogden early Booking Being after their ar rest and booking for suspicion of mre Ogden Chief Maurice John are under Simmons came upon Hartman and OBrien after firing several shots over their heads and near their while they were watch ing the approach of Deputy j Sheriff LeRoy Hadhy iromBJU other Ordered Surrender When Simmons came within about 10 feet of the crouching hidden in the waving he ordered them to come out with your hands up or Ill The surrender was im The chase began were James Whee wnen patrolmen Ordean who gave as jBenson and Barrel driv his address snd later gave a San Francisco and two San Francisco youths giving the names of James and Maurice The arrests were made in wheatfield east of Utah general ing north on Washington saw a new Hudson twodoor sedan being driven out of the George automobile agency sales yard at 1950 Washington Turning1 around to see why thei New A id Start Saving Tax Dollar July 2 UP Harry S Truman joined forces Saturday with his new federal Jess Lar to save money for the tax payers and streamline the governments huge purchasing Both started passing out or ders on the strength of their aur thority under a new law cre ating the General Servicesad It was approved Thursday by who immediately named Larson to head up the agency and taice over the functions of a dozen separate but often overlapping govern ment Truman sent letter to all executive them to bring their purchasing procedures and policies in line with the new Those not directly affected by the he should be reviewed for pos sible revision or Holiday Death Toll Mercury Too July I nations holiday death toll crept well over the 100 mark Saturday as the first full day of the long weekend drew to a Jtnpunted toward an expected record peak as tempera tures generally moved into the 80s and 90s across the In Washington the weather bureau promised typical fourth of July weather for most of the nation Sunday and reported a temperature of 108 and forecasters called it the countrys Solon Warns Arms Plan Perils Atlantic Pact hottest One hundred and thirtysix wncaniciu Turning1 around to see wny depot by two depot civilian b taken from the y as police Weber county at that Umefeof the morni J Ct J sheriffs officers closed lthg offjcers gaid they fon0wed the the cordon Uiat had been thrown three younR men to 12tll st befOre around the fleeing them to the curb by means of the police Watching Sheriff Making the actual captures were Henry guard patrol who took Wheelihan into War to Ruin TH Coalition July 2 Philip Murray Saturday night or dered the C I O to mobilize at once for political war against the con the fleeing jgressmen who have blocked repeal Officer Benson began shooting I Of the TartHartley through his own windshield as he The CIO president said in a jdrove after the while Patrolpress statement that apparently July 2 UP man Taylor kept up a continuous tne peoples victory in 1948 was The house ways and means comjfire from out of the window on the not decisive House Weighs Aid Revision Bullets Whistle The Hudson car eased over to the curb and the officers ap proached when suddenly the driver gtmned his car and bullets began whistling by the of ficers through the rear window of deaths were including 76 in traffic 36 drown 6 heat one person in plane crash and 17 miscel laneous Highway Toll The death toll on the highways was expected to total 290 and the overall accident toll was expected to reach 600 or The nations highways were cov ered by long lines of traffic pour ing out of hot and sultry In the New York police used helicopters and radio broadcasts to keep the cars Cars waiting for ferries at the Macki nac straits in Michigan strung out for six and motorists waited four to five hours for the crossing into the upper Michigan Expect 83 Million An estimated total of 000 vehicles was expected on the highways during the threeday The estimate was Dimitrov Russ Hold Special Rites July 2 Communist Premier Georgi Dimi international Communist died Saturday at a sanato rium near an official j communique High funeral usually re served for top Soviet wert accorded Dimitrov Saturday Prime Joseph Stalin stood with the honor guard the who had been under going treatment at Bordikha sana torium since April for diabetes and liver died at Joint Communique His death was announced in joint communique by the central committee of the Russian Commu nist party and the council of min isters the The communique called Dimitrov the outstanding figure of the in ternational workers our comrade and The announcement was made shortly before 3 Moscow It was read solemnly and slowly on the radio three times and wasfollowed immediately by funeral music and then by Tschaikovsky string close friend of had been called the most influen tial Communist outside Long Exile Much of his life had been spent in When the Soviet army consolidated its occupation of Bul garia in March he relumed after an absence of 22 He became premier Last April he given a leave to un dergo treatment in and Vassil for eign minister and an old Commu nist became acting The esteem in which Dimitrov was held by Soviet leaders re flected in the funeral A long procession moved with the body through the streets of Mos cow to the Hall of Columns in the House of Trade where Stalin joined in the guard of Thousands of Soviet citizens passed by the The line started moving through the Hall of Col umns at 7 and was expected to continue all night and into Sun day George Cautions Leaders Watkins Readies Riders FIRST DEGREE mitten has given tentative ap proval to a board revision of so security it was made known Saturday More than half of the righthand side of the police Reaching the Chic Chic at North the youths turned west into what they thought was an but bounced their car persons whom Harry S Trujover an irrigation ditch and man wants to bring under social security would be covered by the of the nnv through a wire when their car Unable to start it He called for a vote turnout in the 1950 congressional elections lhat will remove the obstruction ists and will insure the complete enactment of the peoples pro G O P to Fight Murrav lashed bitterly at Taft Exact terms of thp new bill have the three took up their flight on I Hartley Democratic persons died in 229 on the New Yorkers left the metropolis by the millions to find relief at the seaside and in the country from the unbroken 37day drought in the A record movement of persons by automobile was predicted out of the windstorm swept up pi river north of f political strategists got set to in I9fl0 M It In rot been definitely but it wasfoot to the revealed that one provisions of the UPW bill would require Converse on Depot business proprietors and By this time the police dppart other selfemploved persons to pay and sheriffs office had been ijgnant TaftHartlev law which compnl J J of Peasants Stand Guard Over Czech Priests July 2 peasants armed with pitchforks and clubs stand guard around their Roman Catho lic priests to shield them from Communist This was the picture given Sat urday night by reliable Slovak sources to responsible church cir cles and diplomats as this torn by statechurch em barked on a long weekend re ligious holidays marked by pil grimages to places famed in early Christian Tight Travel Rules It was if not impossi for westerners to go to the owered temDera intensely Catholic eastern province s and 0 make repeal ot the law a top issue ev went northward tn aVC Pcrsona at e Because of travel restnc at the July 2 A lop senate Democrat Sat urday night cautioned administration leaders to soft pedal de mands for early action on armsforEurope or risk ieriom trouble for the North Atlantic Defense pact And from the Republican side of the senate Arthur Republican senator from was prepared to offer two amendments seeking to guarantee that of the pact will not impair the right of congress to Senate debate on the 12nation antiaggression treaty opens Tues and the Watkins amend ments are scheduled to be offered They would free the United States of any implied or moral obligation to declare war against aggressor or againat one of the member states and also would release the United States from taking even nonmilitary action against an aggressor unless ap proved by Could Trouble Georgi nimitrov Bulgarias premier accorded high The top Walter George told a re action 1951 Guilty 1112 Youth In Slay Jurors Rule Picture Page l July i UP Lee Goode 16yearold high school Eagle Scout and Episcopal was convicted of first degree murder Saturday and given 99 years in prison for bludgeoning and choking to death his pretty blond Dana Marie also A jury 6t 12 married 10 of them with children of their returned the guilty verdict in the sticky little Roanoke Hustings municipal courtroom after de liberating two hours and 12 min Slurring Remark who testified that some thing came over me when Dana Marie made a slurring remark about one of his received the verdict without visible emo He and his a insurance and real estate re mained seated at the defense table as the jury filed In and handed its fateful verdict to the court who read Scotts Gar rett left the courtroom ss the jury She has blood pressure and was advised not to be present when her sons punishment was Defense Motion Judge Dirk Kuyk did not pro nounce formal sentence on Scott As soon as the ver dict was defense counsel Warren Messick leaped forward with a motion to set it Judge Kuyk took that under ad visement and announced that Mes sick would have until next Wednesday to submit Scott will be formally returned later if that motion is The handsome youth regained on the final day of the trial the rigid composure he had displayed in theearly days but lost when took the stand and described the slaying in his own He showed no reaction when the August Level To Gauge 51 Arms Cost July 2 of the shifting economic porter that pressure for n this session of congress on the plan to send in American arms to the pact powers and other free nations could 1 ause George is a ranking member and former chairman of the foreign relations and he is one of the senates most influential In an oblique warn ing to Harry S Truman and of State Dean Achenon he There will be no serious trouble In ratifying the pact unless they the administration insist too strongly on the arms program and bring in immediate demands for arms implementation of the pact Shares Views It is known that foreign rela tions Tom Connally shares view to a large Connally has expressed hope that congress will be able to authorize and appropriate money for the arms aid plan before it quits for the But he stead lastly has insisted that the mili tary program be withheld until the pact is The reasons that premature presentation of the arms issue will cause many senators to regard the treaty in the light of a mili tary and he wants the two issues kept since his arrival home from the Paris big four parley a fortnight has urged publicly that Europe be assured that military supply assistance is on the He believes mentum toward security and economic recovery will be lost without such an Arms Program The arms it was has been transmitted to the White House and awaits presi dential decision to send it to capi tol who open de bate on the treaty said he expects the treaty to be rati fied within two weeks with only about 10 senators voting in opposi Other Democratic leaders are even more optimistic and say that not more than halfdozen votes will be cast against the There was no sign of organized resistance to the treaty in the Such senators as Homer Capehart and William Jenner who often oppose administration foreign policy have indicated they expect to support the treaty there is no commit officials planning military budget for fiscal year will determine the dollar amount of their requests for the armed services the basis of 1 price it was learned The customary deadline for milting spending proposals to bureau of the the presi dents fiscal is but defense authorities will wait at least until sometime next month to translate their plans for the military strength of the nation into a final estimate of their cost military budget planning is believed to be several months ahead of and there should be no repetition thii year of the delays of last when spending estimates for the armed were sent to budget bureau several weeks after the The steady decline in and the symptoms of disinflation that have appeared since last Jan when 1950 budget re quests wentto is one of the factors contributing to the caution defense planners in fix ing the dollar amount of their 1951 requests at this The price declines of the past few months have forced willing ness on the part of defense to in terms of dollars if not in terms of military somewhat less than the president Such major Items as food and clothing and fuel for the navys ships have undergone price reduc tions that it is al low substantial verdict was Earlier ment to follow it up with a vote while the jury was he talked calmly with his parents for arms This is taken by George Murray said and ma ertvTaTreporlM lions by the in an walked through and Harry D rnant TaftHartlev whirh government for diplomatic person corridor crowds to a water cooler I George said that although hewill pnlsory social security taxes alerted by and five police j he had bepii conceived in gome farm fires Telephone of the J3000 of their cars were joined by Sheriff Mac malice and dedicated to the com1 power were ripped ou ial Employers his chief LeRoy plete destruction of our free trade i annual rently participating pay 1 that is matched by and others in two sheriffs See Page Column 4 Union Votes to Strike at Ford If Necessary to Back Pact July 2 members of the U A WCI Os largest local voted overwhelming approval Saturday for a strike the Ford Motor in the the international union de cides this action is necessary to back current contract Results of the secret ballot at the Rouge announced by V A W Ford director Ktnntth showed 2902 in favor of a strike and 172 there seemed little likelihood of an Immediate walk out by Fords The tension was eased Friday after company and union agreed to the current iraet or a daytoday tMtsn after it Mr Strike votes in Fords 49 plants will under direction of tht international Such membership approval of a strike is traditional and is aimed at strengthening the of union The UAW monthly health insurance plete has been kept on the books by a reactionary bipartisan coalition in to Stay The issue was drawn this week when the repeal and sent to thehouse a 1949 model of the TaftHartley act written by Robert Taft It faces certain cither by the house or by presiden tial That means the Taft Hartley law stays on the Even before the final the AFL and nounced plans to take the issue to the polls next year in the 1950 con gressional president of the Brotherhood of Railroad Train Wisconsin lightning caused and out by and a costofliving wage increase said the workers will pass Society from final judjjmwnt at the polls upon The Ford developments rame as Tafl and his fellow the union prepared to shift of its attention to Chrysler The A F Politieal Leagues where negotiations are scheduled weekly reporter Liberals to begin next The must do even a greater job of ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National S Foreign 4 Intermnuntain 6 Editorial 8 Local n Brama 11 SECTION B Local 16 sports 26 Mines and 8 Deaths fi Classified Advertising 1015 SECTION W 18 SECTION H Garden 12 Farm Letter 2 Model Home 12 SECTION M ChryslcrTJ A W contract provides electing progressive in i Features for reopening of the wage clause 11950 thnn in J918 if legislation lair j Music UtM to labor ii to Radio Lof t j These restrictions for the time being appeared to have sealed off troubled Slovakia with a little iron The best possible sources of in formation in reported villagers up in arms in various parts of the to prevent a repetition of the riotous scenes of last week Clash With Police At that to re ports from these informants and which since have been confirmed by reliable Czechs Slovaks clashed with police who attempted to intimidate and arrest priests who were loyal to Arch bishop Josef the nations These reports said at least two policemen were fatally beaten and an undetermined number of per sons There was every indication that the uprising in defense of the priests was not di rected from higher The foreign ministry that in the present circum stances diplomats would have to get prior permission to travel corridor crowds to a water cooler I George said that although he will and the rest of the time sat imj support the I am entirely passively At the defense table in i uncommitted on any immediate the 1 arming of western Militiaman Struck by Heckler Dies as Buddies March On NEW July 2 searched Saturday for a 20yearold parade meekler who felled ft national guardsman while his buddies marched on in tight military formation and left him dying in a Alexander 33yearold navy war was killed when the heckler leaped from the sidewalk and struck him with his Taras his head striking a He died an hour later at hospital without regaining con Stiffnecked military discipline prevented fellow guards men from taking after the alleged John Patrick Police said he had been booing and making catcalls at the 187th Field Artillery regiment as it marched before leaving to spend the Fourth of July weekend maneuvers at Pine Camp in upstate New Some of Taras buddies broke ranks 8nd started after the But an unaware of what had ordered back into marching The parading nen went on and Tarac wac taken to a Officials Alert For Coplon Escape Move NEW July J State department reportedly alerted immigration air lines and shipping companies Sat roundtheclock any attempt by urday to post guard against Judith convicted tft flee the Gerhart Elsler Miss Coplons passport was taken away from her Friday in Wash ngton after she was sentenced to to 10 years in prison for spy ng for She testified dur ing her trial that she got the pass jort when she was planning a trip o but never used Released on Ball The 2Syearold Barnard college lonor graduate and former Justice department analyst was released in bail so she could go on trial with her Russian Valentin n New York July on still an other espionage Authorities sought to take every precaution to keep her from fol owing the trail blazed by once the top Communist in the who jumped ball a ew weeks ago and fled the coun try as a stowaway on a Polish Air lines officials at La Guardia field said they had been asked to be on the alert for any attempt by Miss Coplon to book out of the United Cite State Department The declined to be named or have their companies At first they refuted to divulge who in Washington made the Later they Stid t came from the State depart officials of the i State and Justice departments said they knew nothing about such a request to the The said it had issued no such instruc The Justice department pointed out that Miu M longer has a passport   

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