Salt Lake Tribune, July 10, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

July 10, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS lutermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Fridar WEATHER Partly cloudy Thunderghowers south and Details on Page C9 87 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Finish Economic Parley Principals Slate Another Meet Today 011 Shortage of Dollars By SIDNEY CiRUSON July 9 having produced any Hew plans or the AngloAmericanCanadian talks on Britains dollar crisis were to all intent and purposes concluded although another meeting of the three principals will be held A communique on the talks has already been It will be considered by John United States secretary of the Sir Stafford British chancellor of the and Douglas the Canadian finance be MEDICAL PROOF Aid Says Reds Beat Vice Consul July 9 Vice Consul William who was released Saturday by police 1 of this Communist city after three days in was brutally Consul General John Cabot fore being released from Prime Minister Clement At tlees country where they are all lunching ShortTerm Measures The official British statement issued after two sessions Saturday said the ministers had discussed i shortterm measures to deal with the crisis and arrangements fori further consideration of longterm This statement seemed to many observers here to have been especially designed to create an impression that some new plans rniT involving American participation The Communist Daily rt published a statement attributed to Olive that I have not received any illtreatment during my de Harsh Treatment Any statement such as that which appeared in the Liberation Daily was obtained from him as a had been under This was not the accord ing to authoritative American The talks have these sources almost entirely about steps Britain has already taken or is known to be contem plating to meet the drain on her gold and dollar reserves because Truman Readies Appeal For More Output LOANS AGENCIES President Bolsters Monopoly Probe y w wu na cxu it t i result of the barbarious treatment sharP e sterling he Cabot asserted in a blocs to ae dollar area press conference late Must Help Selves This dispatch was more than Snyder has made no proposals has received no j concrete suggestions as to what if the British feel j the United States could do to solve the immediate Unless the British make some lastminute move at Sundays meeting of the ministers or at the lunch with this will re main the In it means that the British have been told that a shortterm solution of the dollar drain must be of their own It undoubtedly means ac1 cording to American that Britain will shortly have to an nounce a hew program of re stricted imports from the dollar area and the beginning of that period of increased restraint and restriction forecast by Cripps in the house of commons last The British are ex pected to submit to Washington soon a list of commodities on which they will cut Store Flexibility The closest thing to a concrete proposal from the British chancel lor Saturday was an exploratory LOS July 9 suggestion that more flexibility be 12 hours in appar ently having been held up by the Communist military of was arrested last Wednesday when his consulate jeep got involved in a mass parade in which the Commu nists were observing the 12th anniversary of the Japanese war and the third anniversary of the civil Saw Injuries his said Olive wasreleased Saturday after being handcuffed incommunicado in a cell for three and forced to sign several a con and an I have personally seen Olives said There is no doubt whatsoever that Olive was brutally beaten by the Temblor Jars Coast Area Chief Witness as Farmer VHiittaker chief prosecution witness in Alger Hiss per jury is shown above working on his farm in UnAmerican Group Sets Hiss Case Showdown July 9 Split in the house un American activities committee is heading into a showdown Tuesday over reopening the HissChambers Chairman John Wood is dead set against Three Republicans and one Democrat on the committee are for least for prying into the case part they want to summon for questioning Hede Mas former wife of Communist explosion or light earthquake rocked southern sectors of Los Angeles and suburban Inglewood allowed into allotment and spend ing of E C A At present the funds are given in equal monthly Saturday The tremor was The it is be felt as far south as the Long would like to be able to Beach where it xvas demake larger drawings in the im ecribed as Seismologists at California In stitute of Technology were not on duty Saturday Charles Richter said seismograph records will not be available until Monday SAN July 9 A major lasting more than 45 was recorded here Saturday Fred Robin local Robinson said the quake started at Pacific standard time and continued strong until mediate Snyder had expected that the talks would be concluded Saturday and had called a press conference in anticipation of their One official suggested that the delay was caused by an attempt to find a formula for a communique that would not state too obviously that little had been accomplished in two full days of Snyder met the press He refused to comment in any way Chiang Arrives For Parley In Philippines July 10 Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek ar rived in the Philippines Sunday for secret conferences with El pidio it was reported re A Chinese air force plane brought him from Formosa to Basa air near Clark field north of From an informant he transferred to a Philippine air force plane for the short hop to the mountain summer cap on the talks themselves prior to ital 150 miles north of He sald ne would favor Keeping issuance of the but the testimony secret until after leader Gerhart Eisler skipped the country last The prosecution tried to put her on the stand in the New York per jury trial of Alger former state department after Hiss had testified that he did not know Federal Judge Samuel Kaufman refused to let her He did not but termed her testimony Hiss was charged with lying when he denied having known Whittaker former Com munist espionage as late as 1938 and having given him secret busy on his farm near appeared to be in a jovial mood Although he maintained his si lence on the outcome of the Hiss he readily consented when photographers asked him to pose for The jury failed to agree on a but was eight to four for A new trial is Broke Case First It was the unAmerican activi ties committee which first broke the sensational HissChambers And now Francis Case says he will insist at a meeting Tuesday that Mas sing be called for He said he and the committee can do nothing about the perjury charges against but that her testi mony might be of value to the He said he would favor keeping July 9 UP Harry S Truman Saturday hrew the resources of 12 govern ment departments and agencies be lind a congressional investigation of monopoly power in this coun Truman ordered the direc tors to give the fullest possible cooperation and assistance to Chairman Emanuel Celler of the house judiciary commit tee which plans to open the inquiry Truman told Celler in a letter that he is wholeheartedly in favor of the committees ob determine how and where the antitrust laws need LongStanding Tendency Truman said that this long standing tendency toward eco nomic concentration was accclcri ated during the war with this re sult That to a greater extent than ever whole industries are dominated by one or a few large organizations which can resist pro duction in tile interest of higher jrofits and thus reduce employ nent and purchasing He recalled that in his state of the union message this year he iad said If our freeenterprise economy to be strong and healthy we must reinvigorate the forces of competi We must assure small busi ness the freedom and opportunity o grow and Should Bolster Laws To this we should strengthen our antitrust laws by closing those loopholes that per mt monopolistic mergers and con He told Celler that he was they can be made more effective in preventing monopoly and de veloping a competitive Bright Economic Business Spur Expected j July 9 Harry S Trumans I midyear economic due is expected to view withi out alarm the rise in unemployment but will urge measures to expand production and provide more Sources close to the White House said a note of calmness and optimism will pervade the chief executives eH is expected to set forth an array of Truman said he had asked i figures to demonstrate that the the following agency heads to do I nations economy remains sound all possible to aid in the inquiry and it is will recommend certain measures to spur the national economy and stimulate longterm business Stress will he laid on the importance of holding the employ The attorney the secre taries of the ag interior and commerce the chairmen of the Federal Re serve board of securi ties and interstate com Federal Communications and Federal Power i ment Celler announced Friday that Tie President us believed un Tom Clark will be the kcl f tlle tax hike to learn that your committee is undertaking a serious widescale study of the antitrust laws for the purpose if determining in what respects issuance of the but he repeated for the British re Spcculution on Aims the new Morgan llc 1 C tl U1 C11G He said there were porters what he has been saying The plane landed at Baguios air Moulder told reporters several after shocks ot lesser de grees of He said he was to de termine the direction of the but added There was a major quake probably in the Pacific privately and presumably to field at British officials as That There was speculation that the economic situation in the Chiang was coming to discuss an United States is with a high i antiCommunist alliance in the ill kj la Wl III i level of production and employ Pacific such as Quirino has pro1ice ment being Copyright by Times he is for quizzing but isnt sure the testimony should remain An he would be a real public serv SOVIETS AT FAULT Officer Kills Russian In Zonal Patrol Clash July 9 American officer shot and killed a youthful Soviet soldier in a clash Friday between patrols on the RussianAmerican zonal the army announced Satur Isaac chief of the charged that the Russians started the shooting by an unprovoked at tack on American Ws will protest this incident very White They were definitely at According to the American ac a sixman Soviet patrol crossed the zonal bordnr and twice opened fire on a constabulary pa trol at a point near 300 yards inside the border north of When they were first fired the constabulary troops took cover and called but did not return the Russian When two officers soviet soldier showed himself and ordered them to Thoy did but Uie Russian opened fire on them from about 30 feet He The Americans shoot ing as they The Russian in the open dropped dead in his and the other four or five Soviet soldiers fled across the The fallen Russians body was left where it but his comrades apparently returned during the night and carried it The officer who fired the fatal shot was identified as 1st William Linderose of Port acting commander of a constabulary and to seek a refuge for the gold and government of Nationalist China if Formosa becomes un Reopen Case Richard Nixon the Nationalist Cal and Harold Velde is 250 miles north of the i backing on calling in In a broadcast Saturday The army announcement said Secrecy covered the generalissi mos There was a re port that Chiangs plane had land ed at Clark north of There was no Quirinos personal plane left the Manila international air port early Sunday and arrived at Authorities insisted it car ried no Quirino al ready is at Saturday Parley The Philippines president con ferred Saturday night at Baguio with Chen Chinas min Also present was Felino the Philippines undersecre tary of foreign Quirino is his own foreign Also in Quirinos party were Mariano chief of staff of the Philippines armed and Alberto chief of the Philippines that the American a detach ment of the loth constabulary was making a routine check of border markers when the Russians suddenly The ISth squadron is commanded by Con stabulary headquarters here said the Russians fired about 20 but termed the clash only a routine recurrence of frequent border Baguio Sunday assumed holi day atmosphere in anticipation of Chiangs Session which has a large had a banner j Baby Rescued After FaU Into Deep Pit July 9 tiny baby boy was trapped at the bottom of a 10foot deep hole in his back yard for al most four hours Saturday while police and firemen dug frantically to rescue him before the earth caved in on Tenmonthold Howard Mor gan was kept alive in his nar prison by oxygen pumped into the hole during the delicate rescue Sobbing Baby The sobbing baby was brought to the surface by a fireman who was lowered down a rescue hole dug alongside the onefootwidc opening into which Howard Rescuers were unable to reach baby down the hole in which ie was wedged because of the dan er of a cavein of the soft tfore than 20 firemen and police men took turns digging another leadoff witness Services Whet Layoff Ax For Civilians July 9 The armed forces are studying the feasibility of a drastic cut in the number of their civilian While the survey so far appears to have produced no definite over all it was learned that there ia a possibility it may run from to Such a figure would be the heaviest reduction in civilian em ployment by the armed forces since the general reduction after the The total employed May 30 both at home and overseas was Johnson Testimony An official reference to it was tucked away in testimony by De fense Secretary Louis Johnson before a senate appropriations sub committee considering the money bill for the military for the fiscal year which started July Johnson told the committee without hurting the combat ef iciency of the navy or air he thought about could be saved by eliminat ng wastage and duplication and by cutting down unnecessary civi lian Neither Johnson nor any other official of the national military establishment indicated which of the armed forces might bear the brunt of the civilian Largest Cutback there seemed reason to believe the navy might sustain the largest cutback because of the continued reduction in naval con struction and conversion of war Testimony given congress shows that about onethird of the navys civilian employes are engaged in i sought last I A congressional group filed a report on unemployment Satur saying that although it has riscn in terms of 1948 the best estimates show that it is not now at unreasonably high levels for the country as a This report was filed with the joint committee on the economic report by Edward Hart chairman of the sub committee on Analysis Awaited The official administration anal ysis of economic and a probable revision of Trumans is awaited with interest because of a developing lag in business in recent The president is believed to feel that the nations economy is basically sound with certain precau generally prosperous condi tions can be Harts report was a summary of available data on employment and He said his group later will evaluate the economic effect on the in and individuals with a view to determining as rapidly as possible those policies which will contribute to maximum employ production and purchasing Tops All But 1948 Harts summary said employ ment is higher than in any year in listory except and the most recent figures show an increase in A BOW IS DUE GOP Quoted As Urging Scott Ouster July 9 The Pittsburgh PostGazette said Saturday night about 25 members of the Republican national com mittee met here Saturday and mapped plans to force Hugh Scott from the national GOP The newspaper identified the members as supporters of Robert Taft and Har old president of the University of Both Taft and Stassen sought the G O P presidential nomination last The PostGazette said Satur days conferees agreed to give Scott until next Tuesday to bow out adding If he it was learned his opponents will demand that a special meetingof the whole na tional committee be called to vote on a Scott was named national chair man in following the nomination of Thomas Dewey of New as the Re publican presidential The Pennsylvania congressman was backed for the GOP leader ship by former Joseph Grundy of and Mason national committee man of The PostGazette said no Penn sylvanians were among those at It identified one of the committeemen in attendance as employment of nearly 1 in Buddington June over chief v in June over chiefly in agricul About more persons are jobless after allowing for seasonal than last when unemployment was at a postwar Almost all of the recent downturn has occurred in one Some declines in employment have also occurred in certain and On the other employment in in con and in and local governmental services has been holding Overtime Eliminated The report pointed out that the number of persons who have part industrialtype con1 time jobs but want to work full overhaul and con time has increased by about version and fabrication of parts 000 in recent and that for naval The navy curmost of the overtime prevalent in rently employs about four civilians recent years has been to each six military The CIO United Electrical The latest available totals for Workers union charged the ad civilian workers in the armed j ministration in a statement with forces is for May At that continuing to misrepresent the the army was hiring the i seriousness of the unemployment Jury Indicts 14 In Alabama July B UP A grand jury Saturday charged 14 persons with taking part in hooded hoodlumism in the Birming ham area The county jury returned 44 indictments after a special ses sion called to investigate night riding It recommended that the inquiry be continued by a new jury to be organized Mon Arrests of those indicted will begin This action climaxed a month of investigating acts by robed and hooded These included cross burnings and threats of further Ku Klux Klan officials denied navy the air force in its latest census reltheir order had anything to do and the national military establish The bureaus estimate of with the law One of ment itself j unemployed in June j William Hugh was Peak civilian employment by the understates actual unemployment nailed for two days beginning according toThursday for refusing to bring working they made a connecting opening to hole in which the baby was services was reached during theiby at least war on March when the i the j war department which then in1 Another factor contributing to eluded the air force as well as the j the rise in unemployment as re army had civilian workported by executive said the navy the Hart has been a sub All n UIuaUUanL OHLUIUrtJ JICVIL OIAW Nixon said it was important that emaf H H h f i Tho low Point was reached in stantial increase in the labor force Column Igcntly dislodged the baby from the bcforc the due to natural population CT sioninc1 into win en nc naci m i ii i f ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National 8 Foreign 5 Editorial 11 Intelmountain 14 j except for a few cuts and SECTION B Local 14 Drama 5 Sports 711 Mines and Markets SECTION O Classified Advertising Intermountain S Deaths 9 10 SECTION W 110 SECTION M Dug By Father LAKE BOATS CRASH into which fallen feet and took him mj a roarmamcnt his A rope was lowered from the and the fireman i and child were pulled to i The clothed only in a pair of brief was rushed to West Jersey hospital in Camden and placed in an oxygen tent for 15 Doctors examined him and said he was in good shape worsening situation in Europe comi growth plus the return of many veterans from Klan records before the He is director of the Federated Ku Klux Morris was allowed bond Saturday after he agreed to ap pear before the new grand If he refuses again to produce he could be brought to court Magna Loses Legs July of a collision between a motor boat and a light row The child fell into the 10 by his lather for electrical jboat Gar son of and while playing in the His Charles suffered loss 12ia SraGioS both legs llero Saturday nisht A light was lowered into the hole Surgeonfc amputated both of the youths 18 and revealed the baby wedged near I the Rescuers were afraid his struggles might loosen the soft but they said the baby ap parently was caught too tightly to dislodge the legs after he was rushed here from Fish Haven on the Utah shore of Bear where the accident occurred about 7 Hospital attendants reported his condition i late Saturday was and the physician His mother fainted several times to attenc him said amputation of both GUlinCf 1T6SCU6 bill Music 4 Radio 5 SECTION H Garden 112 Farm 2 Model Home 8 was brought to I The accident stirred memories nan laiuc nuu uaiuici UlUliJK tnu icnuue UIJUX UUt strung across it WeiI Feature 18 refused to leave the scene until the leKs was necessary because of the severe mangling he suffered in the manager of Pish Haven lof the saia circumstances of the accident are being He said the light rowboat in which Gary and two girls were boating collided with a speedboat about 50 yards from come Mansion house was closed to Informed American sources said the United States will not be rep resented at the It was understood officials had been told that Chiang was drcds of men worked for f2 hours in a vain effort to rescue Chambers said the which was being rowed by the Miss Jennie sister of and Miss Barbara both of apparently loomed in front of the speedboat as the power vessel approached the dock to land a party of The resort operator said whether the boat overturned has not been al though the light craft was badly The youth was taken to the Montpelier hospital by a physician who was spending a holiday at the His parents followed in another Archibald is a worker at Kennecott Copper Magna His son was not advised late Saturday that he had lost both of his Members of the family said that tough1 news will come The Archibald family will remain until the boys condition definitely he j ;

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