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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Throngb frlday WEATHER Partly cloudy Little temperature Details on 26 83 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS European Currency Revaluation Urged Truman Advisers Suggest Step To Bolster Sagging Economy July 5 of British and western European currencies as a step toward solving current foreign economic difficulties was recommended Tuesday by Harry S Trumans top advisory group on international The report and did not name spe cific countries but were obviously aimed primarily at crisis ridden Great prepared by the national advisory council on international monetary and financial The report was submitted to the presi who in turn passed it on to Set Stipulation The advisory council said that allocation of American aid to Eu rope by the Economic Cooperation administration should not be made for the specific purpose of Soloiis Deride Fear As Unfounded July 5 building up foreign exchange re to increase re serves of gold and United States Congressional leaders leaving a held by foreign Harrv S council is headed by 1 John who is now in conference with Truman Tuesday ridiculed any idea the nation is edging into a de They discussed the general eco nomic picture and government fi Truman is preparing Paris conferring with European leaders on the economic crisis which threatens Great Britain and European Other council members are of State Dean of Commerce a midyear economic report to Charles Paul IE C A administrator Thomas Speaker Sam Rayburn chairman of the federal was asked if he thought the reserve board of and country is in either a depression or j Herbert president of the ExportImport When youve got over 000 people employed in industry and farmers with money to pay for whatever they The report said that in some instances a currency revaluation might constitute an important means of bringing about the de Stoically she jurors Tokyo Rose saw treason JURY CHOSEN Ill be damned if I see how you i sired expansion of export to the can call it a Rayburn i dollar other Prosperous Slump If it interjected senate Democratic Leader Scott Lucas plus appropriate would contribute to more normal methods of financing after the advisory group The latter date referred to the its the most prosperous scheduled termination of American one weve ever Marshall plan aid to foreign coun The White House said Truj tries on June By that mans special economic message may go to the house and senate late this week or early next It probably will carry recom mendations for dealing with the declining price and employment it is western Europe will be on a selfsustaining eco nomic Question of Value The question of reducing the value of the British pound sterling Rayburn said the president im relation to the dollar talked government finances with has been debated heatedly for sev his congressional The erai weeks in Breat Brit treasury has just announced a j government leaders are op deficit for the to the but American nual period ended July This was monetary officials generally con three times the Truman had How about the possibility of new taxes Rayburn was To Be Determined Thats got to be determined the house leader Rayburn didnt make it clear whether he meant the president is reconsidering his plea for additional taxes a orj whether the matter is still up in the air in So congress has refused to make a move to boost Many I members have argued that because j of declining business and and increased I added taxes only would drain investment money needed for ex panded production and jobmaking tend that devaluation is necessary to help Britain out of the latest of her recurring financial If the British should devalue the it is likely that France and other Marshall plan coun tries also would have to adjust their currencies HEAVY Tokyo Roses Case Starts At Rapid Clip SAN July 5 Moving with remarkable at torneys selected a jury for the Tokyo Rose treason case during the opening day of the Six women and six men were picked to hear the case of Iva Toguri charged with eight acts of treason in broadcast ing to allied troops in the Pacific Two women were selected as Late Tuesday the prosecution announced that it would not seek to have the death penalty inflicted on Capital Case The government contends as Tokyo she hoped to de moralize and discourage allied mil itary and to impair the ca pacity of the United States to wage war against its Sometimes she penciled nota tions in a litle book as prospective jurors were Her eyelids flickered constantly but she seemed Government and defense ator neys whipped through the ques tioning of jurors at an unprece dented Tax Cut Eyed By Nevadan July 5 Pat McCarran Tuesday said he would offer a fourpoint plan to lighten the tax j could be with Take Leave But the government to the surprise of the that it was satisfied after using only six Then the de fense said it would after j exhausting only just before the jury was to be a man stood up and said he hoped he could be as there was no one to run his That was agreed Then another man said his wife was ill at and he hoped he Holiday Death Total 818 New Record Traffic Takes Drowning 278 Estimate Passed July 5 staggering death total of by far the highest lor any holiday period in brought the na tions threeday observance of July 4 to a grim The National Safety counci called the appalling holiday car nage a disgrace to a civilizec Prom 6 Friday to midnight United Press tabula tion showed that Threehundred twentyone per sons were killed in traffic 278 drowned 77 of heat prostration 18 in airplane and 131 in miscellaneous Toll Is Shameful The sweltering heat wave which has gripped most of the nation was believed a major factor in the tragic death especially in the unprecedented number of drown But Ned president of the National Safety said that most of the traffic deaths were due directly or indirectly to cheating on traffic rules and to poor sportsmanship that the na tion would not tolerate for a moment in a ball game or other athletic events where life and death are not It is shameful arid he Injure In addition to the overall death safety statistics indicated that persons probably were injured on the Although there were no deaths from fire probably because of more stringent laws banning their sale and many persons were in jured by The national death total far sur passed the pftvious record set in when nearly 700 persons met violent The safety council A forecast 290 traffic By comparison with the carnage of the past week the figures for a normal threeday week end last August showed that 383 per sons were 224 of them in traffic and 48 by A spokesman said the safety council had hoped that its traffic death estimate would be too with its high total of led all other states with 63 including 15 in 25 and 18 in miscellaneous Texas was second highest with 32 traffic 13 drownings and 11 mis cellaneous for a total of Connally Asks Pact Okeh To Arrest Communism Tom Connally of opened debate Wednesday on the North Atlantic defens pact with an appeal for immediate He described th treaty as a flaming sign to a world communism that can expani no further without risking The Texas Democrat defined the declaration of the proposed alliance as noble warning against invasion of the North Atlantic sphere yet an Instrument of BUT DIGNITY APLENTY Legislators Roughing It No Tables to Thump By ARTHUR EDSON July 5 Congress started roughing it Tues Suspect Admits Killing Denies Attack John r said in advance of the White taxes on cabaret tabs and trans Sparkman including elimination of House meeting that he wouldnt be a bit surprised if Tru mans new economic message The announcing he would make his fight on the sen shifts the administrations posii ate said he would seek these tion to one of safeguarding us changes in the tax laws in addi against a skidding Previous Policy For some time administration policy has been directed at meas ures designed to stop That policy was outlined in tion to excise tax cuts recom mended last week by the senate finance committee Eliminate the present 20 cabaret Eliminate the tax on trans portation Another man He said he had a vacation coming up next and asked how long the trial would Tom special said the govern ment case should take about three weeks at a conservative Wayne defense said his side would need three The man looked Then the government said it would excuse Picture on Page 5 July 5 Henry Brun Guldbrandsen sur rendered Tuesday night and ad mitted to Humboldt county offi Forced out of their regular quarters by the sen ators and representatives moved into temporary The senate took over an old room where it met from to This chamber later served for a time as supreme court The house convened in the ways means committee room in the new house office For the who are great ones for tablethumping and hith erto have been equipped with in dividual now find them selves with no tables to The majority Scott Lucas and the minority Kenneth Wherry each has a and there are two manuscript racks for those having prepared In moments of extreme these may be turned into commu nity thumping But in general it looks as if the senators will be under an ex treme a carpenter trying to build house without a The house members never had There then was an announce ment unlike in the senate the senators wont have regular First first the announcement Vice president Barkley said cried Alexander Wiley I was just said Bark speaking that the acous tics here arc an old waited for the beamed as it rolled and A finer looking body never met here than the one I see before Applause from the fine look ing cers that he killed two men in j desks to so they Jack Londons idyllic Valley of the feel that hardship so much The hall where the senate met Tuesday is the one which re sounded to the oratory of So naturally He that he raped Eva ac cused him of that first summoned a h i senators acted in the shadows Rose P O W to congress Eliminate double taxation I So a woman stepped up and said i by allowing corporation stockhold1 her husband would take his vaca tion in two and Dignified Judge Michael Roche decided just then it was time for Trumans messages last Sparkman said he hoped the ers to deduct from personal re new message will say that infla1 turns taxes already paid on cor tion danger has passed and theiporate lime now come to guard against Permit businesses to plow statement to i Charles sheriffs de1 an economic provide plans for a j penditures as a deduction in com nonf ederal public works pitting taxable for loans to encourage He described the cabaret tax as and for shifting jobless nothing more than a nuisance to areas Sparkman tax that is unfair to the nations said he hoped Truman recomj hotel industry and places an undue jnends something like burden on the entertainment The disclosed it has a private Robert working on an economic report to guide CIO unions in SAY their 1949 wage Nathan wrote a controversial report for the CIO in It contended business profits were high enough then to permit a 25rr boost in wages without in creasing His new report is due next i back a portion of each years The indictment against that she com in her broad casts in 1944 and while owing allegiance to the United Right including Spark1 profits for plant expansion purj DAquino charges are sponsoring legislation to i allowing certain capital ex mitted open treasc Motive Absent thuir illustrious Frederick Brown the I prayed These mellowed walls are vocal this They speak of towering He gave no but said he Publio of legislators and awoke feeling rapid pulsation and JudSes of momentous debates and I felt no com1 of laws made and inter passion at the but of a I now feel I These great figures of the yes thu greatest revulsion at this time j terdays have entrusted to our but can still speak hands the flaming torch of freedom The victims were j once held by They aomon Lt Peter a merchant iish us tnat eternal vigilance is the The defense insists that she officer and roommate ofiprice of ply read the scripts others had j and Peter prepared and that she was under j owner of the isolated mountain j compulsion to work in the Tokyo I cabin where the blnclgeoned bodies i just as prisoners of war were and Eva i i were forced to perform other Russia Anxious to Step Up Flow of Trade With West mother of two j who was raped j and left tied to a sounded an She is in a serious condition in a Served Two Years Bank Announces Car Payment Time Extension fRed Charges Start Row At NEA Meet July 5 teacher taxed another with what he called a red party line group spokesman Tuesday and that touched off the first open rumpus on communism at the convention of the National Education There were indications that there might be more when the same question goes before a general ses sion of 5000 delegates and asso ciates on Separate Meeting Tuesdays verbal clash came at a separate meeting of about 300 teachers considering the recent NEA educational policies com mission statement against commu That whose co makers included Dwight Eisenhower and Harvard James called for a ban on Communist party members as American Principals in the tilt were Rose legislative representative of the CIO teachers union of New York and Commission Chair Says Alliance Challenges Expansion at War Risk July 5 Tom Connally of the foreign relations Tuesday urged the senate to ratify the North Atlantic Security pact as a flaming sign to world communism that it can expand further only at the risk of Opening senate debate on the 12nation antiCommunist the Texas Democrat described the pact as a noble declaration that no armed no swaggering no military despot shall invade North Atlantic That he shall be hung up in the nursery of every aggressor and blazoned on the porch of every totalitarian The North Atlantic area is dedicated to Do not Historic Chamber Connally spoke in the historic old supreme court chamber where legislators in the republics early days wrangled over the Monroe Reminding his colleagues of that he said they faced an equally momentous decision in carrying forward the doctrines hands off policy in the Atlantic Security To be binding on the United the treaty must be ratified ay a twothirds vote in the It pledges this and 10 western European nations to regard an attack on one as an attack on all and to take whatever action they deem includ ng use of to safeguard the tforth Atlantic security Arthur Vandenberg of top Republican foreign solicy spokesman in the will speak in favor of ratification Confident of Vote Administration leaders are con fident that fewer than 10 votes will be cast against Robert Taft told reporters that although he is In ilined to oppose edministra ions arms program to back up the he may not object to military aid for France Just before the senate Connally challenged opponents to speak up if theyve got anything to Turning to Democratic leader Scott Lucas of the Texan suggested the treaty be put o an immediate vote if opponents dont want to be Objects Strenuously GOP leader Kenneth Wherry if Nebraska strenuously He emphasized that he did not want to delay action but felt that ipponents should have at least tne days notice before a vote Connally replied angrily that his nmmittee approved the treaty wekes ago and opponents have had lenty of time to get Connally flung out a categoric to suggestions that the treaty nvolves an automatic commitment y the United States to go to var in event of Each na he would determine for tself what action to take in the vent of an armed But he added a solemn word of aution Let us not avoid cold reality y searching for escape Diplomatic Protest It is possible that a diplomatic rotest may On the other in the face f an allout it might be ecessary to bring into full play ie whole weight of the partner hip and the ultimate decision of We shall not be neutral in the ace of While he voiced hope that both be approved at this session SWEDES IRKED Press Chides Envoy July 5 ambassador to Freeman got an edi torial rebuke from Swedish papers today for his Independence day The liberal Aftonbladet termed it a diplomatic Asked for Matthews said I have nothing to I just spoke my Matthews told some 4500 Amer icans and Swedes Tuesday the ruthless rule of those 13 men in the Kremlin who have pre vented the real Swedish papers Wednesday rt ported the speech under five and six column But after noon papers voiced Aftonbladet When the envoy of a foreign country makes a public speech at a festival of practically general he is usually expected to show a certain amount of man ners and There is no reason why the American envoy to Sweden should exempt himself from these even though is assigned to relatively country where he might feel he is ruling the Chiang Assist In Red Fight NEW July 5 The Industrial Bank of Com merce Tuesday announced it was extending time payment July 5 i is in line with Soviet policy which Soviet Union is prepared to has been expressed in the recent ceive with attention and interest j Geneva trade any American proposals designed I In addition to these expressions to broaden SovietAmerican trade of Soviet on and looking toward general relaxa tion of economic receptive Soviet attitude on trade and economic questions the occasion of the presentation of credentials by Sir David the British 10 days made a declaration similar to Plane Crash Kills Artillery Officer July 5 manding officer of B battery of i was stated by Nikolai Shverj that which he presented to j the best i maturities were ex 1he 96th field artillery battalion nik to American Ambassador Alan Possibility that the whole quesdoing it surrendering to avoid1 tended to 2i reducing Guldbrandsen is an exconvict recently released from a He had served two years Periods for buyers of new cars upon conviction of a from 24 to 36 friend in San He re1 turned to the merchant marine Walter SRd the unpaid balance on au recently and roomed with Flint to be financed after at the services down payment or tradein has averaged since the Guldbrandsen said he had do Under regulation W credit re cided to surrender because the monthly payments consensus was that I was a danger1 were held to 18 months or pay ous For that reason the ments of a Subse at Fort was killed j Kirk on the occasion of his i tion of SovietAmerican trade any possible disturbance had Tuesday in a plane crash in which presentation of credentials at a may again be reopened now been apprehended on a public the pilot parachuted to j Kremlin ceremony July In addition to questions of home was Shvernik spoke but i SovietAmerican trade there exist j It took him several minutes to The accident occurred near made that the Soviet major questions concerning trade convince the Times Ed at First Eugene side there is no barrier toward between eastern and western that he was Gulclbrand stationed Goodfcllow receipt and consideration of ecoEurope and general issues of The clinchers were his mer force San nomic questions which the United i a relaxation of trade barriers I chant marine credentials photo parachuted to J States may desire to This I throughout the and drivers payments to Those credit controls died June The same transaction at 36 months now will mean monthly payments of only Kolb which includes the banks new finance charge of per 100 wmvi lino OUOOlWil man John Norton of Columbia he said a vote for the umyersily s teachers pact would not necessarily bind a senator to support the arms pro Miss called the Commu nist report illtimed and She said it would continue the cold war cause friction and hysteria and start I a witch She charged the j report erred in trying to make ed1 ucation an instrument of national Communist Line gram as NEW July S Chiang retired presi dent of appealed for aid to combat Communist expan sion in China in an interview re ported Tuesday by Clyde Farm a ScrippsHowmrd itaff Farnsworth said the 62year old generalissimo confined nearly all his publishable comments to written replies to questions sub mitted in The Interview was granted in The question concerning Ameri can aid was How can China win this new war of resistance What iielp does she require Can the Nfational government survive without foreign help Do you ex pect a third world war Chiang in part The first it seems to is for the United States to reactivate ts policy of giving moral support o the Chinese government in its right against Or by ler assumption of world leader ship in the fight against commu nism can the States ex clude China from the scope of ler the future of fight by the democratic coun tries against communism will be gloomy and a calamity for mankind will be In replying to one Chiang regardless of whether he holds any political of could never Igive up my revolutionary leadership of the Chinese people as long as Inde pendence and freedom are yet to i be Scientists Enlist Synchrotron In Struggle Against Cancer July 5 As she Chairman NorI extent wa begun oda7 a ton told the teachers that the i the lady they had heard repre sents an organization which has cancer hospital here that doctors hope within a year consistentlyfollowed the of nist party cancer by high energy n it L VttiiwtL wy Illgll tlltilKY Miss Russell was back on her j The experiments center upon a in an instant demanding my j an apparatus for ac ricrit to renlv right to Chairman Norton overruled York cclerating electrically charged irman worion overruled particles to very high Joanna Lmdloff of New i Medical significance lies in its said she didnt hold with ability to produce xrays of high Miss Russells opinions but she energy and penetrating power should be given an opportunity to which may enable technical ad vances to be made in the treat Referring to Nortons ment of With the syn Miss Russell then said This is a it is the equiva good example of by associalent of 30 million volts may be Every organization that is militant or dissents is called sub versive in one way or harnessed for the benefit of suf Another important point is it enables itudies to be made of the effects of these radiations on living cells and The synchrotron used today ii the only one in the world to developed solely for medical pur poses and is one of two in Britain developed for the medical research The second machine has been allocated to the depart ment of radio at The apparatus will first be used to study the physical properties of xrays biological effects of the rays on a number of organisms of animals and specific tissues will be investi when much more it the synchrotron will be used in the treatment of cancer in certain   

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