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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Fridiy WEATHER Partly cloudy Continued on Page 18 86 SALT LAKE SATURDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS WatkillS Attacks Pact Truman to Set Lofty Output Coals As Arms Obligation Accuses Acheson of Joins Taft in Europe Stand j Combined and July Arthur Watkins asserted Friday the North Atlantic Defense pact would obligate the United States to ship arms to He accused the state department of trying to hide that fact behind diplomatic doublej Harry S Truman will set ia lofty production goal for Report to Congress Seen Requesting 18 Boost in Goods July S Watkins and Robert Taft joined in criticizAmerica Ing the administrations atand on military lendlease aid to Europe as the wound up its second week of debate on the antiCommunist Senate leaders hope to bring the treaty to a ratification vote Tues Not more than 10 senators are expected to oppose The vote is expected to be over whelmingly in favor of the Administration lieutenants con it may be a dif ferent story on the question of a arms for Europe who had said previously he is inclined to support the accused the State department ofi trying to make it secondary to the j program for rearm1 ing western Europe which j Harry S Truman is expected to submit to congress Arm for Europe The Ohio Republican said he is absolutely opposed to providing arms for Watkins said that the pact and the arms program are insepar able and said this has been ob vious all along despite the considered linguistic efforts of of State Dean Acheson to draw a line between Acheson has said the treaty binds the United States and other pactsigners to a program of mu tual assistance in rebuilding de fensive strength to ward off ag But he said the amount and form of aid in this re spect is up to Danger Cabot Lodge told the senate that to reject the pact would be a step fraught with the most colossal Tafts implication that he might oppose the treaty marked the first major roadblock on the smooth highway to ratification of the in Arthur Watkins Says arms pact as chairman of the senate GOP policy com mands strong influence among his Republican and ad ministration leaders foresaw the possibility that others might fol low his The Ohio senators expression of doubt came as some other senators expressed a feeling that the treaty in its present form is not enough to guarantee world Ten senators formally launched Huge Housing Bill Goes To President July UP Congress approved Friday the ad ministrations gigantic housing nationwide project de to help provide signed homes for of It awaits Harry S Trumans House and senate rapidly passed the legislation by voice vote after compromising their The government has promised quick action once the bill is To Subsidize Rents The legislation authorizes Federal contributions up to a move for a vetoless world peace j annually for 40 years alliance backed by arms and de to subsidize rents of low income signed to avert the rising threat thus enabling local hous of atomic Eligible to Join the embodied in resolution made public by the hnmh Tnrt nfhpr atomic third the Abomb and oLnei atomic his forthcoming message to it was re ported Persons in close touch with the framing of economic policy pre dict he will call for the output of some in goods and services a This would be 18 above the present The president is expected to emphasize that solid prosperity and high employment must be built on a constantly rising na tional Due Monday The on capitol hill is a semiannual report required by but this one has attracted much attention be cause of anxiety over declining economic The reported production target deals with total rate of output of good and or what eco nomists call the gross national Of high its achieve ment would call for a reversal of Fridays downward production Gross output dropped in the first quarter of this year from the 000 rate attained in late The president will stress it was that the economy is healthy and still running close to the alltime peak rate of last Idle Rolls Lengthen But the message will take sober note of the rise in unemployment in recent It will recom mend measures which Tru man believes will not only spur longterm growth but prevent the localized aches and pains of job lessness from becoming a grave and chronic it was learned that at least eight Democrats in the sen ate will follow up Trumans message by introducing the eighth and final version of a proposed economic expansion act of The group headed by James Murray hopes to offer the bill on or just Jury Deadlock Ends Hiss Trial Stood 8 to 4 for Conviction Not the Final Just Intermission 24 hours after the message is presidential ing authorities to build housing units in the next six Local authorities would select the All including Russia tenants and set the The nnd her satellite would i federal aid would make up the j be eligible to join if they agreed difference between what the occuI to abide by the rules against agj can pay and wnat the j ects 2 A fiveyear slum clearance government paying a and local communities the in This does not mean the bill has administration It has had no White House although it has been widely cir culated on capital hill and among some administration But its supporters are said to feel the revised measure will pro vide some specific proposals to carry the more general recom See Page Column 2 Farm Housing Program A farm housing program of lice force composed of from small states which have no military establishments loans to In the 10 senjn farms to ators said an effort should first loans and federal aids be made to revise the United to owners whose farms are not tions charter to carry out their t the time selfSUstaining and But if such action loans for minor blocked in the by a they j farms can then Uie world alliance should go ahead as part of thn North At A iantic Signers of the resolution Truman Wants Arms Solon Reports July 8 Alger Hiss and his wearing white are surrounded by spectators as they leave federal court in which Hiss was tried for Trial ended with a hung plans a NO POLICY CHANGE House Ballots Pay Raise For Cabinet July 8 The house yelled its approval Fri day for pay raises for the cabniet and boosts for 236 I of Russian coarse grains and Britain Will Trade Tools For Russ Wheat July 8 has agreed to trade Russia ma chinery for nearly a million tons under a pact concluded in De and officials em other high A parliamentary objection killed an effort to increase congressional big quantity of official British sources said But the house gave some special i eatment to F B I Chief Edgar treatment He would get raise If the senate strings along with the pay The house passed the measure by a voice Disclosure of the barter deal with Moscow came as John Edgar j United States secretary of a S3500 tne began talks with government leaders here on Bri tains dollar crisis and world Britain bought tons of Harry S Truman has been coarse oats Harry S cut plugging for the He has said it is hard to get and keep good men at present salary I For the the raise from to a year would be the first since I Undersecretaries in the little cab inet would go up to the from and Hoover makes He would get The house civil service committee had recommend ed a raise of only j a Truman favors a I But Dwight Rogers and Russia last year Steel Concern Offers CIO Benefit Plan July 8 land Steel of Chicago offered i to bring him up to the same level on I pension and phasized the new deal represents no change in Involves Wheat What is new is that it also involves Britain buys for dollars from the United States and In the State department said it had been in formed the British were consider ing a wheat purchase from Such a deal would be consistent with the 1917 AngloRussian agreement and the oneyear con tract seems to be a perfectly normal supply Press Officer Michael McDermott The British officials declined to say how much wheat was in except that it was a big Goods Britain will furn ish Russia in return will not in clude items of potential military High Leaders who arrived from Paris Friday spent almost Prepares to Speed Bid for Rehearing NEW July 8 Algcr Hiss perjury trial ended Friday night without a verdict because the jury couldnt Federal Judge Samuel Kaufman dismissed the jurors at EOT after 14 hours and 44 minutes of actual deliberation on the charges that Hiss lied before a grand jury when he denied giving government secrets to Whittaker Chambers and when he said ho had not seen the confessed Communist spy courier since The stubborn which by the account of the changed I 000 military spending fund for the I which the bill would put the insurance plan Friday night but four hours Friday afternoon hear Millard tor of the central intelligence j the Committee of Industrial Or1 ing Sir Stafford Cripps and other said Friday The house okehed it by ganizationsUnited Steelworkers government leaders explain Brit White House a ringing voice Jains loss of dollar reserves de didnt lhink said they would turn it spite substantial Marshall plan The announcement was believed j Several members The Inland Steel offer was the indicate the president is willinimuch of the idea of giving some lnlana was lne i chancellor of the ex to go at least part wav5 i government officials more than j only departure from Steel j announced Wednesday a with congressional demands for the a year senators and i flat more government economy in the representatives draw face of falling business and rising i ReP Bojd Tackett panics joining to reject the steel Willing to Save had a solution an amendment to boost the lawmakers to go ahead as part of the North At An extension of 60 days of temporary government authority inj to insure private loans up to eluded Ralph Flanders for repairing and remodeling a John Sparkman similar extension of mortgage in George Aiken surance for small homes costing Harry Cain Homer up to and a Capeheart Robert j increase in the amount of mort armed services saidmcnt couldnt be applied to this Hencirickson Edwin gage insurance the government I Truman is willing to see Johnson Karl Mumlt can issue for single family and i saved by a Clyde Hoey j multiple dwelling least for this his proposed nnd John Stcnnis I A research program for cut universal military raises and Other corn on hotn wage j standstill on all but urgent new workers demands were Wheeling buying for dollars because the sterling areas gold and dollar re serves had sunk to Steel Youngstown Sheet and j The colonial office announced No Pay Raise 1 ting But Francis Case Crucible Steel of Friday the imposition of similar chairman of the senate raised an objection that the amend and Bethlehem Steel i restrictions on all Britains 36 non i selfgoverning A colonial office spokesman de n to guess the vol ir business that would did not Include a pay bc by the but said bv abandoning at RcP Albert Gore The union announcement said it elined even his proposed was ruled Case was would reject Inlands which ume Giant Airliner Lands Safely 65 Engine Out NEW July 8 Pan American stratocruiser with 65 persons aboard developed en gine trouble 15 minutes after its takeoff for Europe early Friday and was forced to return to Idle wild This was the second of the air lines 10 new flying hotels to develop engine trouble in two days and return to port without cas Mem former gover nor of Washington was one of the passengers aboard the The Seven which developed a rough rightinboard engine nbout 50 miles out of the The pilot forced to idle the propeller and return the plane to landing safety at The ship had been delayed more than nine hours be fore its takeoff by engine stratocruiser America He said the president does want this money switched to the air a step the house already i has And he added that the i chief executive sees an added ingof which the house lopped from the pending military i pay raise That would make a total reduc was forced to return 600 miles to tion of in the housei Ireland when approved figure of an engine caught There were for the defense establishment in 63 aboard that including the fiscal year which began July movie comedian Danny Kaye and j But the house figure itself was other The company faulty sparkplugs in the right in board engine near the fuselage had been replaced arid a routine inspection of the ship had been i more than the presi spokesman said dent originally Before Committee The military money bill is now before a senate appropriations sub committee headed by Elmer I 8 Missing After Crash Of Navy Plane Canal July 8 Navy PBM Mari ner patrol with nine per sons crashed in flames into the Caribbean sea while making a test flight Five hours later only one body had been Those aboard the plane included a copilot and seven crew No names were released by naval The plane was being tested made a strike of about ern compliance was expected iployes of 189 steel producing com its mind very little from the first to the last was split Eight finding Hiss Four finding him To Seek Retrial John Mc Gohey immediately said the gov ernment would seek a retrial as soon as The nodecision contest was a bitter disappointment to thi former bright young man of thi State who sat behind the late Franklin Roose velt at Yalta and who played a major role in the birth of the United Nations at San Francisco When the case went to the jurj at yesterday His was smilingly confident that he would be acquitted quickly o charges that could have sent hin to prison for 10 years and brough down a Chambers Dissatisfied It likewise brought no pleasure to former Communis spy courier and main accuser o on his farm a refused to comment Friday The jury finally was dismisses after it reported for the thirc time that it couldnt It sen the judge a sealed note at reporting its Kaufman immediately called th jury into the highdomed court room in the skyscraper federa courthouse near Brooklyn bridge He read the note and then said Twice before they told us they could not reach a And this time it is more Now thej say it is impossible to reach a ver Hopelessly Deadlocked He turned to the jury foreman Hubert Edward white laired and immaculate despite thi ong hours of tense deliberations and asked him if there were any use in further I think I reflect the opinion o the your in saying Kaufman then said You leave me no alternative but to discharge the Hiss face but he managed to grasp the arm of his pretty who seemed to be on the verge of Kaufman then discharged the Kaufman then discharged the With the the plump dressmaker Louise Torian to sadeyed John S manager of an undertak ing just how badly split they Foremans Version They couldnt agree on how they the said they took so many ballots he couldnt keep track of and he said the jury was split eight to four from the first to the But James a marine said they balloted only the first time at only 30 minutes after receiving the In contradiction to he said the vote was four for guilty four for not guilty and four un On the second it See Page Coir in 4 panics likely July 16 unless the government takes action to avert July 16 is the deadline for agreement on rates of pay and insurance provisions which were reopened under the current con I The pact permits a j Joseph international I representative of the I said Inlands proposal will be re jjected at a conference Monday I He said the union would i proceed with plans to strike July j 116 if the companys position is 1 not Less Than Cent Jeneske declared the companys af caught Civil aeronautics board officials I Thomas who favors j in Washington said the rough cutting the house total by about into the engine which forced the plane to j turn back was not uncommon and j Tydings strongly indorsed the could have been caused by any j presidents number of including a bad i Robert Taft i spark Styles Bridges soa shortly before 1 near Coco Solo and about 20 miles northwest of a naval air Within li minutes rescue op That is why airplanes Tydings claim that Tru cratinns were under proposal amounted to less than lone cent an although acom pany estimated it would cost In land or 40c per em ployehour Inland offered a group life insurance plan plus other in i surance said it would j match primary social security benefits for workers with 20 or four he He ex man more economy minded j A rescue plane dropped a raft more years service up to a plained that the slratocruiscr will I than congress has Bridges fly perfectly well on three en although it docs reduce the safety said the president still has a long i way to go to catch up with some I us on in the vicinity of the Ten minutes later another rescue plnne reported sighting the and pay about twothirds of the cost of retirement income for workers retiring at 65 with 35 years Clark Says Set to Retry Hiss When Docket Permits July 8 Tom Clark said Friday night the justice department will vigorously prosecute the Alger Hiss perjury case again as quickly as the docket of the court will Clarks statement was issued here less than an hour after Federal Judge Samuel Kaufman discharged a New York federal district court jury which failed to reach a verdict in the The attorney general did not estimate how long it might be before the docket of the New York court would permit retrial of the His flat statement eliminated any question that the government might drop the case by moving to nolle prosse the Clarks statement in full The department of justice will vigorously prosecute the Hiss case again as quickly as the docket of the court will He declined to elaborate on the statement or discuss details of the Hiss Displays Cool Mien Slightly Worn NEW July 8 cool personality that carried Alger Hiss high in the diplomatic world was still with him Friday night when a federal jury disagreed on his perjury guilt or But it was worn He managed a thin smile at the end of his 29hour But he was unwilling to Not he Lost Composure His demure lost her gracious composure for the first time since the case went to the jury Thursday Her face was She seemed near She did not answer the questions that were flung at her before the jury had finished leav ing the Lloyd Paul the attor ney who led Hiss defense during the sixweeks also was He shook hands with the prosecu Assistant Thomas Then he left the court The 10 men and two women on the jury were angry and locked in a stubborn hopeless ar HAMh Wordt during the late afternoon deadlock that continued to the two of the jurors exchanged harsh They apparently had brushed elbows In entering the Hiss spent most of the day locked in an anteroom with his wife and dressed In a green dress with black polka oc asionally appeared in the hall but did not stay She went swiftly to her husbands side each time court was called back into it was off and on all After the husband and wife left the courthouse entered a sedan at the curb and disappeared into the Solon Demands Probe of Hiss Judge Conduct July 8 Richard Nixon said Friday night there should be an immediate investigation of Fed eral Judge Samuel Kaufmans conduct during the Alger Hiss per jury trial to determine his fit ness to serve on the a member of the house committee on unAmerican activi said the jurys 8to4 vote for conviction of Hiss on the perjury charges came frankly as a sur prise to Expected Acquittal He said he had expected a ver dict of acquittal because Kauf mans prejudice for the defense and against the prosecution was ao obvious and The California lawmaker took an active part in the investigation of Hiss and Whittaker vhose testimony for the govern ment was a highlight of the There was no immediate com ment from Judge Kaufman on demands for an It is my Nixon that the full facts shall be resented in due Shared by Others He added that I know that this ntention is shared by a number f my When the full facts of the con duct of this trial are laid before he he I believe the eople will be NEW July 8 the Alger Hiss trial vill be known as no Federal Judge Samuel Kmnf nan said when the jury reported isagreement the first time that in the case of no the ury will not be It will not e called simply no   

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