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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday It nnt WEATHER Partly cloudy Somewhat Default on 19 88 SALT LAKE MONDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Britain Seeks Trade Unity To Hit Crisis ThreePovcr Talks Etui Without Reaching Decision Truman Bid to Forego Tax Hike Seen Today Spokesmen Expect Request July 10 Remedies for Britains economic troubles other than more aidj from the United States must a British communique said The communique said this was one of the points agreed upon j in a week end of conversations among John tary of the Canadian Minister Douglas j Sir Stafford British chanj cellor of the and other i The announcement said there j was a general exchange of views and that the next step would be technical and factfinding disj missions preliminary to the ing of a second conference among the finance ministers in Washingj ton early in No Decisions This was taken to mean that the London talks ended without any decisions being The communique that in general it was agreed the governments must be prepared to review the policies with the aim of achieving a pattern of world trade in which the dollar and non dollar countries can operate to jrether within one single multilatj J mar lhat Gary ersil h A collision mangled the sportsloving The British thus renewed their i YACHT TRAGEDY For MUd SlumP Curbs my A 1 July 10 Harry S Truman is lltlW expected to urge congress Monday to forget his request for J i in new income taxes and to approve instead mild measures to prevent a possible in rSlHSL Thc recommendations will be included in his anxiously midyear economic report which will tell business what the administration thinks of the economic outlook and possibly July 10 UPiA ammunition for the 1950 congressional cabin cruiser explosion lulled lt have an important bearing on current union Vcrnon army j jrjwa or fourthround wage increases and pension and welfare public relations and fatally Scene at Beau Lake Where Utah Boy Brushed Deatli avowal of support of competitive international policy laj vored by American economic ministrators as opposed to twoj way barter deals such as recently j concluded by Britain and Ari Devaluation Out The communique stated flatly that nosuggestion had been made I at the London conference that the British pound be devalued from its present official rate of who came here Friday from took off by plane for Belgium Sunday afternoon after a luncheon with Prime Minister Att Cripps and Foreign Ernest lads necessitating their The young River Bert Believed Lost Tragedy struck a Colorado river boating party in tne rapids above Phantom Salt Lake friends and relatives were in formed Sunday Believed drowned in the Grand canyon is Bert of Green Emery a veteran of 50 years river who He told reporters the talks had of 50 years river who a very useful was celebrating his forthcoming to sav whether any de80th birthday by making the haz but refused to say whether any cisions had heen He declined to predict the effect of Britains new standstill on buying in dollar countries be cause no final decision has been made on what the cuts will He was accompanied to the air port by Ambassador Lewis Douglas and Avercll Europe Arms Aid Slash Gains Favor I T5i rt I oper I hint upsi ts m Grand July 10 ardous river The boat Loper was pilot ing went into the rapids and never came Don Salt Lake geological sur vey informed Har ris Sunday at 10 by telephone from Phantom ranch in Grand Canyon national Veteran Boatman i Lopers boat was broken SEAT into a hundred he Five Utahns were in the of four boats making the run from Lees to Pierces i They included postal clerk Wayne i building and i j Ralph real estate nn addition to all of Vanishes when Gary Counts On School is In a Montpelier hospital after the Bear lake Floating barrels marking a water lane are encircled and arrow shows ap proximate point of collision as speedboat headed toward the Legs Magna Youth Battles Shock for Life By PERRY SWISHER Tribune Special FISH July Thirteenyearold Gary who lost his legs aft er a speedboatrowboat collision Saturday night on Bear Sun not see the rowboat until the Reed Budge and Cham Fish Haven resort said a lane between buoys leading to the dock is considered off lim its to all but motordriven The passengers Mark day fought for his life against jHamblcn and Lorin A swift the presence a doctor and a breakneck ride to I Montpelier hospital in a pickup truck gave Gary his chance to But sportloving Gary and Harvey Rush Boy Ashore They and Nelson pulled the uninjured girls from the water while occupants of the outboard did not know late Sunday that dociriishrd the injured boy tors had to sever his left leg halfj What saved his life happened way between foot and knee and his I Budge Magruder injured a retired naval officer j Four other persons were hospij See pictures on page j The dockside blast occurred just as a picnic party of prominent Washingtonians was about to start down the Potomac The general was killed The other William formerly of New died about an hour Escapes Serious Injury Former Ambassador Anthony Drexel Biddle and his wife es caped serious Witnesses credited Biddle with a nervy job of rescue Nine were aboard the commodi ous craft as pulled away from the swank Corinthian Yacht club in southeast Washington a mile or so from the The president is almost certain to say that current price re ductions and employment cutbacks hold no threat of a major depres if the acts swiftly and wisely to shore up weak spots as they develop in the Bullish Economist He described himself to a news conference Thursday as being bullish or optimistic about the economic Ford Fight Strike Looms July 10 Walter Reuther declared Sunday that the Big CIO United Auto Workers union will not be sidetracked in its fourthround wage battle and promised to open fire almost immediately against Ford Motor The or undetermined orij Possible strike action loomed just after the craft slipped its Fire flashed through the expensive It was completely Yachts men speculated that gasoline fumes about the engine may have Prichards body was recovered by now on duty as an army who plunged back into the wreckage strewn after helping Biddle and Prichard to Other Injured Prichard escaped Others aboard who are in hospitals were identified as Navy Ferris Luboshez Henry Dud Washington attorney Johan nes steward of the yacht and Thomas brotherinlaw of and Biddle were blown clear of the wreckage and were released after Po lice reported they were not hurt seriously enough to require treat The District of Columbia coro Sall Lake The party also in July 10 ive a seat in the new Brockbank i right leg above the Wait Long Hours His griefstricken a Kennecott Copper machinist at and j VlCl JL Violet I left this resort to sit long hours in the Montpelier hospital recep tion room Saturday night and Sun awaiting the time when the believed to be gaining from his critical would have ito hear of his loss of jcalled a young doctor from Logan I said Prichard and Painter appar Page Column 1 Traffic Curbs July They were two companions in the i10 Wl Russia tightened its un A move to cut the administra jtrs Lou Fetznor Pasa tions nroposed r Aieson Pich Junior high l fw j I eign arms program appeared to glMe Howard for Gary ner friend Barbara truck traffic to Berlin be taking shape in bunj University of California at lost his legs in a boatiboth 18 without injury I West German trucks loaded j explained little blockade on day in ng shape in congiebs University of advance of its actual sub1 Angees profess 1 ing Saturday night the prow of a speedboat with food and raw materials for Harris said a poor phone Bear 22 miles south of Irak00 across their little craft 120 Berlin were turned back from the Haven i Russian zone border at every cross ing point except The exception was the main border gateway on the Nazibuilt superhighway from Hannover to Even at Helm traffic was moving slower than usual because of long Rus sian delays in checking truck driv may be willing to trim fundsfor j 517 Rcdondo that burned at helping western European nations j Lake cjtv below the expecteu to be earmarked for that purpose Accident Friday by the state Hed been countin ninth grad What as verified by been counting on being a Eoar Lflke County Sheriff Gilbert K nder when the new doors Arnell Paris the inboard s swing open this fall Hes heen ecdboat gtccred by Les mishap occurred Friday attalking of nothing his stepIJj Si on rapids 21 U m i 1 e s Violet t Chairman Tom Connally j Texas of foreign relations Lees Ferry Raner Bin said between tears Sunday in the jnittec told reporters that it uai m thc north Hm of hopjtai waiting be up to congress to dccioe Grnnri canvon advised Salt Lake much to i Connullv favors Cut Loprrs companion was res fight for looked up He wouldnt go beyond cued when the but there arc some signs the He ort was coming in the lake to a floating dock i era at about Sheriff Arnell snid an outboard imotor boat identified as that of grim irnm his over the boy s d M u p Brig Innlrnrl HIT IJLJ German police said Russian guards gave no explanation for the growing blockade that began except to say traffic was Sec Page Column 5 arc sonu that if ways could be found to cut the amuuiit he would not he averse lo such John Foster Dulles K who already has suul he thinksthe figure is too may receive this week H breakdown on the state depart ment Dulles expects to spenk Mnn dny or Tuesday the North At lajitic which nally said he hopes the senate will July bnhy boy sleeping on ratify by Wednesday with an over of a car drowned Sunday companion was res figlu for looked up CR appeared to halted on orders from higher So boat over Never you mind mother he b h across his viot was Wavne Garv will be there with the fnr and Was re rest of the SOC Ar File Protest You aiil Tot Drowns When Auto Slips Into South Utah Reservoir Nelson told Sheriff Ar he swerved to the and The British have protested that the next thing I knew n rowboat the restrictions violate the Paris It happened so but i big four agreement on lifting the ently died of Autop sies will be made Biddle was blown into the water from bow of the boat by the engine room Biddle also was blown into the Her husband rescued her and despite a gash over his right dived into the gasolinecov ered water in search of Prich ards Biddle Finds Body Biddle located the generals body a few feet under the surface and brought it to the We were just pulling away from the Corinthian Yacht club dock en route down the Potomac for a Biddle told report We hadnt even had a chance to meet all the guests invited by our I was standing on the bow of the boat with my wife and tion April federal rent officials We werent more than said two or yards from the They that few and any medicine he prescribes for now probably would be mild and be administered in small Some sources believed it would be pitched to the idea that now is the time for state and local governments to work out de tailed programs of public works which could be started immedi ately if times become The report will be based on the conclusion of Trumans coun cil of economic but the recommendations sent to congress will be those of the president him Go to Capitol The councils not its will go to the A joint congressional economic subcommittee which gets much of its information from the same government sources as the coun in a report Saturday that business is slumping and unem ployment rising but that then IB no cause for crisis The congressmen said the job less while bigger than last are not unreasonably high and pointed out that more people are working now than at any time except The president la expected to strike the same reassuring White House said only that his message will oe calm and Chapter and Verne They said he will cite chapter and verse to prove the economy still is sound Congress has been ignoring the presidents request for a tax in crease ever since it was made last And while the president has been insisting that it is nec it has been noted that recent statements on the subject have been less The economic report probably I will provide a chance to give up something he stands almost no chance of obtaining His recommendations will be weighed by congress with two principal considerations in the senate drive to balance the budget and avoid deficit spending July 10 and the approaching 1950 congres dwellings have been com sional ing off the control list at the rate of about 9300 a day since the new rent control law went into opera large in his keynote words to the U A Ws national and there was a mounting feeling among delegates that another Ford strike may be Strike Believed Necessary Officials and rankandfile dele gates believed only a long and bitter strike would bring Ford to its unless the auto firm backs down from a stand against any wage Reuther made no direct refer ence to a strike but thundered that Ford has the means to meet the demands and were going after them in In a discussion of present eco nomic he promised changes in the next couple of presumably referring to Ford Contract Expires July 15 The current Ford contract ex pires July The U A W wants a month to be paid solely by and wage boosts to restore purchasing power to the level of gearing his million member union for an allout as sault on the auto said that we are not going to permit our demands to be ignored or post We are going after them in He told 2400 delegates that the U A W wanted peaceful collective but would not hesitate to use all the weapons possessed by free Rent Decontrol 9300 Daily Collision Grounds Vessel at Seattle when we heard this huge explosion i of the decontrol actions taJcen un July 10 and the three of us were shot into j der the machinery set up by the 7000ton Liberty ship Joel Chand the jnew law have affected any really ler Harris and the Puget Sound I swam to my wife and brought large metropolitan areas and that ferry Enetai collided in a dense some M units still re morning fog sending the j freighter aground at the entrance her to the dock posts and then grabbed Both of them were dazed and I guess 1 was I then joined someone else in the water who said that Prichard had gone We dived and I grabbed him just a main under As of June they 551 defense rental areas were com pletely or partly covered by con They were located in 1047 to Seattle Tugs pulled the Harris free on the flood tide three hours Neither vessel was seriously counties with a population of Two women passengers 1 few feet beneath and about aboard the ferry were slightly pulled him to the i of the total T think wo hit the rowboat side Berlin Evidently Cut Power Evidently Nelson cut whelming vote of Bintl 12 Countries The treaty would bind this coun try and 11 others to resist aggres Chairman Millarcl Tydings of the senate armed MiTVices committee estimated in a radio talk that actual mo Irlhune NKidnl j Attempts to Emery were mnde by Jimmy Thorpe ranper i when the autos brakes slipped land rolled into Cleveland i voir and j Unrestricted passage to Berlin j HIT PRODEFENSE BIAS was supposedly provided by the fourpower agreement which ended his the yearlong Berlin blockade May doctor Prmcr h rcfcx because the speedj jj c came to a stop atop the rowj There was no explanation why mangling Garys legs as were allowed through at or were thrown while being stopped at reac Jones answers were ranper M o received on the call to the physi V all other Nelson the three pas1 traffic from western wi Jones reports that the baby 1 said they did Germanyto meanwhile was was aslee on the back seat of the Viewing the tragedy helplessly Henry mother of the IS the reservoir at Hogor I shortly before the cars brakes The childs Henry slipped the vehicle had retarv outlay who had been fishing icoss the hurried to in the first year of ule gram would ho only about three the scene and began i to nscue his in an or four hundred million On the fourth dive he succeeded This didnt jibe with the standing of most senators the opening the car door and bnng entirc SI 130 000 000 would be used ing child but artificial res limrely to renovate military piration fallen to revive meiit now on hand in this conn After four attempts try and to ship it rescued the infimt from the Louis secretary of dej back Jones and Bill to his are a Giro ing the road from the first heli fense has told the appro joined iirintions committee such in administering irti will be charged apainst final to the HIP total outlay nt their actual j all aid men in Car He said translirs of upto bon county worked for nn dateequipment would be listed at j hornand luilf but failed to rei Sanpte and Isaac iU replacement j vive the i Salt Lake i car when the vehicle rolled into gtaling SclVS Ktiss Tops in Air sllppec movad from the sun heen into the slowly returning to normal from I the paralysis of the Berlin rail strike which ended last Okeh Other Traffic Trucks headed for cities in the July 30 Harold Vclde accused Federal Judge Samuel Kaufman Sunday of handling the Alger Hiss trial with gross im propriety that bordered on judi cial It is obvious to Velde said in a that inquiry into the conduct of Kauf man in this trial cannot be side House particularly those in the unAmerican activi ties thus appeared to be getting ready to demand a con gressional Whether they will get one is something First they would have to line up a lot of Democratic support which is not yet ippar Rut in any n barrage of reversed their current speeches on the subject evidently lline copter in the world to the super procedure by temporarily hnlting j is in for the this am Kl Fountain powerful high speed and Relmhound trucks at Helmstedt The trial of former high planes of modern design nml letting them through at other slate department official accused bv Mrs Reynolds She was July 10 j Russian outside Berlin were nshort distance off when it rolled Vassily son of Rusi permitted through the Soviet iir and disappeared sias prime declared j Sunday our country has become Today a new restriction was and invincible air j added in at least one border cross i ing At in the Brit into the in nine feet of The body was brought to Jacobs a mighty The reservoir is about 26 miles Jn an article published in all ish loaded trucks from Bcr of i papers here and broadcast by lin were refused passage to the Roger Reynolds was born at Moscow the young air of although empties were per Pleasant a son fieer said earlier than all mitted to go of Henry iind Jim Xiilsen other laid the shortly after in addition lion of MviMimi travers Berlin blockmlt was the Solons Lash Hiss Trial Judge jot was Kaufmans first major The jury deadlocked and a new trial is Eight jurors favored convicting Hiss on charges he lied when he said he did not know Whittaker former Communist es pionage as late as 1938 and did not give Chambers secret Four jurors held out for Richard Nixon like Vclde a member of the unAmerican activities also says congress should take a look at the way Kaufman con ducted the New York He says Kaufman obviously favored the Kaufman merely has com mented the record of the trial speaks for Velde cut loose with even stronger language than Nixons As the Alger Hiss trial pro gressed through its sixweeks there was a growing opin ion among members of congresi and the legal profession with whom I that Judge Samuel by his rulings and his actions in the was showing a marked bias for the defense to say the bordered on judicial Velde off what he called six flagrant As he went he accused Kaufman of unwarranted perversion of the most undecor oug judicial obvious a ruling highly to There was even greater in acts that do not show in the court He said it WM the talk of New York during the trial the way Kaufman addressed key government witnesses In a scornful and in dicated disbelief of their testimony with and head   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