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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station HALL Thronirh Friday It WEATHER Partly cloudy Afternoon Details on Page 18 89 SALT LAKE TUESDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS To Accept Pacific Pact Department of State Held Sympathetic To AntiRed Lineup July 11 UP United States for the first time showed willingness Monday to accept the idea of a lineup of Pacific nations the spread of The State department said cau tiously it is sympathetic with efforts of Pacific peoples to de velop close cooperation and mu tual assistance on their vital This followed a joint proposal by Chinas Generalissimo Chiang KaiShek and Elpidio Quirino of the Philippines for a union of Asiatic and Pacific nations to contain and contract the threat of as Premature Previously of State Dean Acheson along with Prime Min ister Nehru of India had rejected as premature the idea of a Pacific defense treaty along the lines of the North Atlantic Their frown two months ago failed to deter Chiang and who is sued a joint appeal for a solid antiCommunist front following a weekend conference at Baguio in the Chiang and the Philippine presi dent acted independently and Beauford Jester Kept Texas in Trumans Head of Texas Dies at 56 Aboard Train July 11 Beauford a fighter for states rights and Texas tide was found dead of natural causes in a sleeping car berth without any American He was reporters here were Michael He was an affaDie southern gov State department crnor Waged war against fed press said that were comj era civil rights legislation with pletely on the sidelines and still j every weapon except dvsertion lack reports from United States Ambassador Myron Cowen at Objections Stand McDermott said Achesons ob jections to a formal defense treaty still But he added We have every sympathy with and interest in efforts of peoples of the Pacific area to develop close cooperative relationships and to move toward common counsel and mutual assistance on the vital problems of the That appeared to give American blessing to the union How McDermott stressed the State departments stand was only on the general idea of joint action voiced bv Quirino in a July 4 ad and not on his joint state ment with AntiBed Front Korea and Australia are prom ising prospects for the projected Pacific Australian govern ment leaders have advocated an antiCommunist front since the from the Democratic Jes ter was credited with keeping Texas in Harry S Trumans column last He died some time Sunday night on a train between the state and He was en route to Galveston for a physical checkup and a rest after the longest legislative session in Texas The legislature backed up Jes ters demands for civil rights leg islation by the states It voted to abolish the poll tax as a voting re quirement and it made lynching a death penalty It ad journed only last Jester was serving the seventh month of his second term as j The sum voted for the Marshall Communists made their sweep in Fund bv 10 Million Tied Up For Spains Use Pending Approval July 11 The senate appropriations com mittee voted Monday to slash 10 off second year funds asked for the Marshall And it tied up of what was left in order to cut Spain in on the European Recovery pro gram if the administration The recovery program would get Harry S Truman had asked A committeeman said one group fought to chop off Includes Other Programs Chairman Kenneth McKellar estimated that the committee cut a total of 000 off Trumans budget esti mates for actual in foreign which in eludes other programs besides the Marshall The members gave formal ap proval in a bitter closeddoor sion to reducing foreign spending in Chairman McKellar announced these results in appropria tions for the Economic Coopera tion administration to run the re covery program plus authority to make loans of through the ExportImport In Occupied Areas for government and relief in the occupied areas of Japan and the Ryukyu This is a flat 10 Truman Proposes 11Point Plan To Insure Abundant Economy Scraps Tax Boost Advises Deficit Spending July 11 Harry S Truman Moa liay abandoned his oftrepeated demand for a tax Instead he called for an 11point program to combat the recession and produce a stable abundant The president also laid down a temporary policy of deficit financing operating in the red by refusing to countenance slashes in federal spending on foreign defense or social Tn a message the president sent to congress along with the mid year report of his council of eco nomics advisers the two key tences were No major increases in taxes should be undertaken at this We cannot expect to achieve a budget surplus in a declining na tional Truman Cautiously Cheerful Truman was cautiously Solons Agree Tax Boosts Not in Order July 11 Congress quickly agreed Monday with Harry S Truman on one He emphasized that while for aid to Turkey and Greece also 10 off the bud get of E C A funds were earmarked for loans to Spain if EGA Chief Paul Hoffman de termines aid should be extended to the Franco for EC A op erations during the recent April June a cut of 12Months Spread He will be succeeded by 41 yearold Allan serving his second term as lieutenant gov plan svouldbe spread over the 12 months ending June This is more than the house had voted but the house Jester was a Corsicana bill would have permitted E C A lawyer and His father I to spend its funds in 10 and one had been lieutenant governor in j half months if the A committee aid explained to re Jesters body was found by a porters that unless Hoffman Koreas sent Acheson a message Pullman porter st makes the loans to Justice of Peace Tom cannot be used for any Syngman Maes in an official inquest verdict j other purpose Monday saying his new govern ment would like some kind of col lective security in the Pacific as safety measure against Com munist pressure from the Soviet backed peoples republic in north The message was delivered by Chough Korean United Nations Defensive Forces Acheson was told also that which is receiving both economic and military aid from the United would like to have defensive forces totaling as a temporary emer gency Chough said these would include a regular army of a militia of and n police force backed by as many Acheson raised pointed objec tions to a Pacific treaty when the was under discussion two months He said in a state ment on May 18 that he with said deth was from natural j The Spanish loan amendment Earlier he had said he be1 was sponsored by Pat McCar lieved it was caused by a heart British Combat Strike Effects July 11 labor government cracked down on striking London dockers Monday by proclaiming a state of national The cabinet moved 2000 sailors and marines into the strikebound dock Nineteen A off in the cur sweeping regulations were issued rent fiscal year a cut jto break the crippling twoweekoff actual and strike of stevedores that j transformed into loan authority has prevented unloading of 112 which does not corne out of ap ran By a tie to com mittee defeated an amendment by James Kem which would have denied E C A help to which contin ues to nationalize any of its basic Aimed at Britain This amendment was aimed by Kem particularly at Britains na tionalization McKellar explained the cut was below appropria tions sought in Trumans budget He listed these reductions Victor education director of TJ A W C I victim of gunmans attempt on life May shakes lefthanded with president of who guttered similar fate in Between them Is international rep resentative of the powerful auto workers AFTER BITTER ATTACK UAW Votes Expulsion Of Reds From CIO July 11 The CIO United Auto Workers convention Monday overwhelming ly passed a resolution calling for expulsion of all Communistdomi nated unions from the Congress of Industrial The 2000 delegates to the con vention passed the resolution after U A W Walter Reuther un leashed a bitter attack on Commu nist activity within the labor move Passage was by a show of Reuther Defended Resolution Reuther seized the microphone on the speakers platform when leftwing delegates charged Reuth er and the union leadership with o ships at the Thames river EC A off It was the first time since the j 000 in the last fiscal year gov Taft to Oppose Atlantic Fears War III July 11 UP Robert Taft announced Monday he will vote against ratification of the North Atlantic Defense pact because he believes it will lead to another world The chairman of the senate GOP policy committee attacked the 12n a t i o antiaggression dictatorship tactics in trying to win approval for the Reuther thundered a denial that he was a dictator because he pushed for passage of the resolu If you want to find dictator ship in he look at the Communist He said the issue was not a matter of dictatorship in the auto workers but whether thej CIO was going to allow Commu nists to continue their sabotage of everything the workers are fight ing to Ended Debate His attack ended the debate the resolution and the passage was carried by an overwhelming show of The resolution recommending ex pulsion of Communistled unions urges an organizing drive to projiyr mr vide a home within the family of 111 I CIO for those reorganized workL 111 H ers who have been betrayed by the lommunist party line Coast Guardsmen Crash in Sea Rescue Attempt SAN July 11 coast guard flying sent to pick up an aged woman who was seriousy ill on a merchant crashed during landing on the open sea 485 miles northwest of here Coast guard officials an nounced all of the 11 men aboard the Martin Mariner flying boat were rescued by a small boat from the merchant ship Dona It was not known whether any of the rescued were injured in the which occurred shortly before 4 The plane left San Francisco at Monday morning to fly to the aid of 10yearold Teresa who was seriously ill aboard the Dona thinga tax inthere has been a moderate down crease is not in gave ward trend in there are no signs ind eating a repetition of the rest of his message economfc a careful going Administration leaders got their heads together with Truman at once on program designed to help get the country back on the upward Emerging from the White Demo Aspirant Reuther Thia block of Communists and party liners are deliberately plotting to wreck the They are guilty of the worst kind of political He said that only a small mi nority at the convention sought to defeat the antiCommunist resolu tion and that the majority favored Gave Proof of Belief He said that his appointment treaty in a senate speech on of Silver to present the op NEW July 11 Frank Hogan was named as the Democratic nominee for mayor of New York City but whether his nomination would stand without a primary fight was not Hogan was nominated by three of the citys five Democratic lead ers and accepted the The party representing each of the citys five tradition ally select the But Mayor William ODwyer said failure of all five to agree on a e gpr general strike of 1926 that a ment and relief in occupied areas j Krounds it would commit the Iposition view on the resolutions j a candidate might mean a fight Nehru that a Pacific defense state of emergency had been pro off and GreekTurk United States to supply arms to committee was proof of his belief for the nomination in a Democra J fr nnn n pact could not take shape until present internal conflicts in Asia were Engcl Hears Charge SAN July claimed to quell a labor The drastic action was ordered by the labor cabinet headed by Prime Minister Clement who had charged the strike was ish aid off E C As cut of came about in this way Hoffman had western Europe and thus raise the hn union spectre of war with He also said the administrations the past AprilMayJune fomented bycommunisTsVHe dej and the house approved this 1 scribed it MS Communist wriMkinj lie Would Rpxiifii But the senate asked to tide E C A proposet3 armsfor Europe together with Marshall plan economy would It was Silvers attack on the resolution that brought Reuther to the microphone in its tic primary in Furthermore ODwyer left in doubt the question whether he would run for mayor Silvcr charged that it had bej though he has insisted he would come an act of disloyalty to be a f selfstyled tactics to hinder Britains fight love pirate held in Chicago on for economy numerous charges of swindling j The emergency decrees go into j arch foe of the lis Monday was formally effect at midnight Monday night n0ffmfln lopped off the Lened closely to Tafts speech an place too great a strain on the agree with the policy of the U A At one point in the ODwy with grand warrant issued theft in aianrl j powers to get Arthur ch f cly If you disagree with the cr said he had not changed his House Speaker Sam Ray burn said he expected passage of a minimum wage in a new farm bill and exten sion of the reciprocal trade agree ment Green Light Chairman Robert Doughton of the house ways and means which writes tax observed that a lot of peo ple have been saying that the threat of a tax increase has crip pled It looks like this message gives business a green Chairman Walter George of the senate finance committee said he too thinks the decision to drop plans for major tax increases will reassure busi Republicans indulged in some partisan Charles Haleck spoke of Trumans belated He said the president has been behind schedule on the economic facts of life ever since the Taxes Always Wrong Robert Taft of Republican policy chief in the sen said there is nothing new in the program except that Tru man dropped his demand for new income taxes which always was Jesse Wolcott his partys senior member of the house banking said he was glad that Truman has come around to our point of view on House Republican leader Joseph Martin of Massachusetts said the report at last gives real istic attention to the basic prob lems of postwar Kenneth Wherry of Ne Republican floor put in a bid for more He said We ought to be cutting the cost of government to fit receipts in stead of engaging in deficit spend Truman said the gov ernment might have to operate in the red for a while until the eco nomic trend is To Chairman Burnet May bank of the senate banking the Truman program offers a sensible course of economic He promised The United States economy is the strongest and most productive thn world has ever Truman We can achieve within a few years national output well over 300 billion dollars fa fifth higher than todays The White House announced that Truman will carry his economic ideas to the nation by radio on Wednesday July His address will go over all four major networks and on television at Charles press told newsmen that Truman made his decision to make a frank talk to the nation a few after he sent his report to con Prank Talk to People He wants to tell the people In understandable English what the economic situation Ross Trumans legislative pre scription included repeal of the tax on the transportationof increases in estate and gift and a liberalization of some corpo ration tax Most of his other proposals had a familiar They include pub lic works planning for the as preparedness for a possible darkening of the economic picture the Brannan farm ex pansion of social security and job less and extended bene Scrapped were Trumans old demands for inflation such as standby powers to curb prices and But he struck out at congress for not granting these powers during the recent and for cutting income he was now having its adverse Favorable Reaction Prom Capitol hill and New Yorks financial the re action to Trumans message was favorable in large ticularly over his dropping of a tax But there was some grumbling that the message still smacked too much a welfare j Labor unions found something to cheer about in Trumans declaration that the purchasing power of workers must be held at high and that while prices should come they should not he cut at the expense of lower pay Truman said present wage rates should at least be main Watkins jof the international he plans not to run vou are called a Communist or a speed on the proposal to extend j Most who have been payment time on RFC loans to i m i d free the government broad oon 000 alld approved an even then introduced a He urged the adoption of his get the ships nnn mn he first that minority resolution to avoid BOTTLENECK TRUCE protested that the full 000 already had been But he could not stem the economy Despite the cuts and the restric some senators felt that EGA had not tared too badly and that Hoffman would stay on the job as administrator of the pro July 11 While western allied authorities Finn authorities permitted only the Russians called off a j Hoffman Stand four trucks an hour to move to highlevel conference set for Tues Berlin from all of western Ger dav on Berlins economic situa hoftman had told the house for if ton deep a cut were made and Soviets Ease Traffic Trickles Toward Berlin Hoffman was reported to have i the pacts mutual assistance harm of a witch hunt which would pledge does not carry or moral obligation that United States must supply arms to the signatory The senate appropriations com mittee meantime approved a bill carrying for the Eu 2 of an A F L bureauc Withdraw Certificate The resolution asks the next national CIO convention to with Search of River Will Continue Missing Tribune GRAND July for the body of Bert drawTts certificate of affiliation i 80yearold veteran river Six persons were in the including which left Lees ferry last week for the river many Monday and the western allies believed that the un easy truce in this theater of the cold war was nearing an Truck cargoes of fish and other perishable foods started rot ting in the hot sun as vehicles from 1 The Russians said that their chief Ambassador was not available for the Semenov is the chief policy ropean Recovery program during ceruucace or aiii auon the J2 months c fiscal 1950 Thisfrorn unions which have failed torunnor who disappeared beneath comparcs i discharge the obligation for which I surface of treacherous Colo asked by Pres Truman certificate was j rado river will continue and voted by the It then recommends that organ Tuesday or Wednesday when a izing committees be created to i group of 12 persons headed by vet he felt he could not make the pro gram he would rei iff Plajlf C n nnno t ni i C A C li Vy the west piled up at the Helm sterit control point fit the western j that enI of tho super highway to Berj co1 now the only route open to pnrciil Berlin along the 109mile zonal the Paris agreement Berlin Cargoes ot the fnnr trucks per mitted to move eneh hour were inspected carefully by Soviet They forced the complete unloading of one carrying maker for the Russians in Some senators favored cuts running as high as The decisive vote to cut ECA below ECAs own I Iii Soviet Zone provide a home within the family I riverman Norman Nevills American smirces believed estimate of won by Tucs many American sources Delievca that he might have gone to 10 to 9 MeKellar July 12 American cow to get instructions on tho apThis 10VP airlift plane crashed m the nnrenl Soviet intention of violating Ferguson Russian near Eorlin early he Paris acreeniem to end the Then Senator Stylos bridges R air force headquar still and used it to erect a cairn to Loper on the river shore beside the rapids where the veteran riverman apparently lost his said Another member of the Howard Welti of University of Los loft the trip from Lees ferry only to Phan river at Phantom Welti had intended to make the torn and Monday he arrived at Grand which miles CIO with carrying on an pierces ferry at the head of Lake j from the ranch by mule said of CIO for those organized work ers in these fields who have been betrayed by the Communist party line leadership which subordinates the needs of workers to the de mands of the party The resolution charges Commu reaches the 41mile rapids area where Loper was This was reported Monday by superintendent of Grand Canyon national as members of Lopers party left Phantom last An American nist party members and contact with civilization for the i travelers within the ranks of the next eight a trip to After losing the party stopped at 25mile sureeeded in getting said Tuesday ingly brazen campaign of sabo of CIO programs and vilificn The dying frnm tion of CIO 10 of for It is expected thai the new Rusjal of ins amendment to The flying sian restrictions on truck traffic of aid in the form went down about 50 will be raised Tuesday at s meeti of Hoffman liar wanted j Gatow where it was schedpreparations for a possible Ford Guided by Don Salt Lake miles west nf The UAW went ahead geological survey cngisent word to the Nevills party at with the four left Phantom ranch Lees Ferry asking them to search cool all along to Trumans requests for a tax boost last Jan uary and a month were happy to have him depart from that Chairman Robert Doughton of the taxwriting house ways and means said he is very happy about Aid to Business A lot of people have been say ing that the threat of a tax in crease has crippled Doughton It looks like thia where they found remnants of the message gives business a green Loper with outboard motor j As for the tax revisions Truman asked Doughton expressed doubt that it will be practicable to consider any tax bill this normally quick to pounce on the presidents utter found little to complain although some of them agreed with Robert Taft who commented There is nothing new in the except that he has dropped his demand for new in come which was always visiting in Salt Lake said Monday night she had of the United to make grants uled to even though the steel work French ami commandants he arpued economy could j The fate of the crew was notiers have taken the initiative in for the Berlin inot stand any more immediately 1 the CIOs fourth round after advising Bryant and ranch that they were well stocked with provi the river for the body of her hus Bryant said he had also asked the Nevills party to take up the Stresses Jobless Problem Acknowledgingthat unemploy ment has become serious in some areas with Columal   

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