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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intcrinountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Fair and continued warm Details on Page A 19 91 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JULY 1919 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Army Suspends Two Generals Officers Face Influence Count In Service Contract Awards July 16 army Saturday sus pended its quartermaster general and the chief of the chemical corps because of evidence turned up by a senate committee investigating alleged influence in army contract Those relieved of duty were Herman who enlisted as a private 42 years ago and rose through the ranks to head the armys quarter TT Alden Harry i Aii li stiffs 56 served hjs 2s years in the army as a chemical warfare Trial Data Irks Solons July 16 UP GOP legislators charged Saturday night that Supreme Dozen of GOP Join Taf t Against Pact Senate Okeh Seems Certain Despite Ohioans Protests Herman Feldman Enlisted as private 43 years Personnel Data of the Army Gordon who announced the said in a statement that a senate investigating committee has evij dence which indicates that i Waitt improperly furnished per1 sonnel data to an individual not in I the military service and who was j not entitled to receive such data Court Justices Stanley F Reed and that Qen FeWman furnished and Felix Frankfurter shocked to a contractors representative the nation when they appeared as urement infortnation under character witnesses at the Alger Hiss perjury The two said Kenneth Keating Nejv itu to draw conclusions on and Harold the basis of an incomplete investi said the two justices caused the i but he had supreme court extreme embar the release pending the Ihey said repetition outcome of a compiete inquiry by circumstances which appear irreg vas not at the inspector general of the Get Full Hearing of such conduct could lead to a paralysis of the judicial Committee Member The secretary added that each a member of the house officer would be ample judiciary he for a Shortly after Grays announce Waitt left the Pentagon will introduce the bill on Monday to prohibit supreme court justices from offering character testimony j ayjng nQ comment at tllat at any reached by tele They should of be j hone also said hg h nQ barred from giving evidence as I tatement to facts in any controversy of which they may have Keating Both Reed and Frankfurter tes tified to the good character of Hiss during his recent perjury trial in New The trial ended in a jury deadlock and will be re tried Judicial Process a member of the house unAmerican activities commit said the if it becomes a prece could hamstring the whole judicial He said the two justices will have to disqualify themselves if the Hiss case reaches the supreme Men on trial in lower courts could subpena every supreme court justice to give character testi Velde when the case reached the supreme court every justice would have to disqualify The suspension order first was disclosed by Chairman Clyde Hoey of the senate ex penditures subcommittee which has set out to find out about per sons who hold themselves out as peddlers of influence in obtaining government with partic ular attention to large commission Alden Harry Specialist in chemical SPIES ADMITTED Story The senate probe was touched off by a story last month in the New York Herald Tribune about a i Senators were informed Saturday contract that James a i tnat the statc department repeat former officer in the quartermasedly haf overruled visa divi Visa Director Says Chiefs Overrule Him July ie ter had with Paul a furniture sion and ordered the admission to the United States of foreign offi cials whose entry had been ques Grindle was quoted as saying he tioned on security gave Hunt a to be folj Herve chief of the lowed by 5500 monthly payments visa told a senate judici for a plus 5 of the gross ary subcommittee that he had ap on any government contract he rej pealed such decisions of the depart Grindle said Hunt had menments political desk three to tioned several government five times in the past five In he in we cialg impiying he had considerable each he higher would have no supreme court and Cripps Stricken at Height Of British Fiscal Crisis July 16 UP a dozen senate Repub licans seemed likely Saturday to go along with Robert Taft in voting against the North Atlantic pact next Informal checks indicated that more than twothirds of the partys 43 senate members will support the They will be casting their lots with Arthur Vandenberg in a for eign policy split between the two GOP Chairman Tom Connally of the foreign relations com mittee told a reporter he doesnt think there will be more than 15 votes against the Ratifica tion requires twothifds approval of those Thus the Re publicans will supply the bulk of the expected unsuccessful op Tafts Decision Tafts decision last week to op pose treaty because he said it cant be separated from the proposed foreign arms program may have repercus sions in the 1950 congressional As a candidate for the Ohio senator is certain to be called upon to explain by his op ponents why he went against the judgment of a majority of his sen ate GOP And if advance forecasts ere while Taft is attacking the treaty and its international im most of the other Re publican senators running for re election at the same time will be defending the Of 12 Republicans up in next years only two others Senators Forrest Donnell of Missouri and Milton Young of North said they will vote against the Flays Lone Band Taft has demonstrated in the mst that he doesnt mind playing hand in such a political He has told friends he question of whether Princess Mar knows he will be attacked as an Knret Rose and her Arizona girl despite the fact that ie advocated extending the Mon doctrine to Europe as a sub stitute for the security Waine Morse on the other side in the pact argu brought the issue into the Sharman Dmiglas is staying home more now than In the Her Ambassador Lewis is afraid that love might become involved with politics and affect ROMANCE RIVALS Sharman Provide Awkward Love Tangle July 16 King George The Marquess of Critics Say Swiss Sojourn Means Treasurer July 17 of the Exchequer Sir Stafford Cripps will enter a hospital in Switzer land next week for six weeks medical halting abruptly his efforts to solve Britains financial it was announced early The made by Prime Minister Clement Attlee in a press came as a bombshell in the midst of Britains worst postwar financial Government officials took special precautions to guard against sensational and unwarranted speculation about the But informed opinion in London immediately speculated that Cripps was through and on his way He has been under severe criticism at both home and abroad for his financial and economic but there was divided opinion on why he was Some thought he was seriously Others thought it was because of The top officials of the treasury senates to William After listening Jenner the ends of justice would be de Brief Walkout Talks Set at Geneva denounce the treaty because of the arms Morse got up to say that some of the speeches ie had been hearing made him think that there are stalking across the chamber of the United States senate again the ghosts echelons rejected the per Hunt denied ever trying to sell mitting entry of the He said his services The which is con were an aid to small sidering legislation to tighten the f QllCC Denied Influence j laws against admission of subver1 sive also got a study iff Both Feldman and Waitt were 100 foreign representatives from H iJ H11 listed by Grindle as among those the Central Intelligence Agency TT Hunt had mentioned as contacts C I j in the Both officers denied j The senators had picked out the influence figured in the award 100 names of persons who j of i granted visas for entry into the Both the senate committee and United States as affiliates of in the national military establishment i ternational organizations or as of July 16 rest of 96 striking pickets Satur Sharman might fall in love with the same man was raised here Noel the Daily zyyearold cousin of Winston is another among their occasional Whitcomb told the Mirrors readers Atom Aid To Britain Under Study July 16 UP senators expressed belief Saturday night that if Britain gets the Abomb this na tions concept of mutual defense under the Atlantic pact may bt altered This view was expressed as be lief grew in some quarters that officials are considering advisability of spurring Britains atom project in the interests of ivestern European Walter George a ranking member of the foreign relations said posses sion of the atom bomb by Brit ain would have profound ef fect on congressional considera ion of conventional arms aid for Atomic Aid George said he has no informa tion cither on British progress in the atomic field or on any pos sible shift in government But he declared that If Britain actually develops the bomb and has the weapon on the effect will be sharp and im mediate so far ns our implementa tion of the North Atlantic pact is j A have been pressing investigations ficials or employes of foreign broke a unj attempt to into socalled live ner TIP nskeri ci man observed Naturally there will be no com ment from Embassy Closed The ambassadors household likewise was not talking publicly about the The embassy was closed for the week Sharman shines as one of the brightest stars in Londons young er social set and is a favorite of British Princess now captivated Sharman when she arrived with her parents in is being said in London Sharmans merrygoround with ains Abomb project could accur in two ways By turning over technical information acquired by Americans since the war and by increasing Britains share of for eign uranium Some in Washington believe that such as sistance to Britain could be justi fied by the same arguments used i to support the Atlantic ABomb Parley Former atomic commissioner Robert it was told the senatehouse atomic com mittee on July 6 that the who operate piles at and Chalk are bound to succeed in developing the It is only a question of time until they do produce Bacher ror wrote that j some of the royal boy friends re Ambassador Lewis Douglas had cently has been giving him Doug cut down on the social life i las a bit of a headache j I So without pro his 20yearold daugh1 te3tis Spent3ing ralher more flms in fear of just such situaj helping her mother in the improv tion inS pastime of making tapestry A Buckingham palace rugs than she feels really ncccs sary for a goodlooking young girl in a gay July walkout socalled five per center The subcommittee asked Saturday of a number of men emi a fee often charged ploved in the production line of Washington contact the first ship unloading gaged in subversive activities prior by a new nonunion Hawaii mill at Geneva Steel Thc announcing that the i to coming plant ended nt 4 and dis officers were temporarily Rear turbed production went back on said in its statement CIA answered in a letized only four days put schedule j sued through the national military ter imen aboard the Isthmian stef Information from company establishment stevedoring Hawaii organ 59 iam Sharman herself is right cute and Thealpr Together She and Margaret often go to Ministers Okeh West Europe Defense Plan July 16 UP defense ministers of Eu ropes western union announced Saturday they had agreed on a common defense plan for western Europe and had taken measures to better the efficiency of existing A brief communique announced the results of a twoday confer sources and members of Geneva Following published work local United Steelworkcrs certain concerning j 20 of them are highranking of indicated i persons who claimed that they I Communist party officials as such that the workers who absented were able to exert influence in they be assumed to be work themselves did so because griev Procuring army was se ing ardently for the benefit of their ances in the process of being set curcd by tne subcommittee of the 32 of the 100 have records of spy ship companys freighter Steel the theater together and back1 ence of the defense which Failed to Report A spokeamnn for Genera auto mobiles and steel Declared Hot Henry leader of ap of the individuals involved i proximalely 2000 stevedores of the have reportedly or allegedly been C I 0 International Longshore infonnatinn was further developed j engaged in active Communist ori mens and Warehousemens Flyer and began unloading tin1 stage to mingle with the arj ended here Friday t led under contract terms had not scnatc Committee on expenditures 21 been i on executive This hav Word got around that theyi The announcement pave no de and 10 other girls danced the j tails of the defense but it French cnncan in the ambassareported agreement on an Indus dors house at a party for 250 pertrial program designed to coorcli sons the other with thenate the total production of the and of 10 Downing the residence of the prime insisted there was nothing ulte rior about the decision of the 60 yearold 2 man in the to go to Switzer land for his Talks Called Failures The announcement came amid reports that neither Cripps talks with the Americans nor with the commonwealth ministers have gone even going so far ns to say that both conferences were It was recalled that Treasury John Sny der would only say that his talks with Cripps were Cripps has been pressed abroad to devalue the pound and to re lax Britains foreign trade con At home he has borne the brunt of criticism for Britains re curring crises and her continuing a word that has be come synonymous with the name Extraordinary It was extraordinary for the government to make an announce ment of major administrative and political consequences to the press two days before it informed parlia The announcement upset plans for a long conference of the com monwealth finance Those talks were led by They started last Wednesday and Cripps himself expected them to last for some Now they will end vegetarian and tee has not been completely well for some For years he has suffered from His asso ciates insisted it was merely a re currence of that ailment which was forcing him to give up tem porarily the battle of Britains fi nancial Sets Announcement Attlee will make a special an nouncement in the house of com mons on Monday and probably will it was reported on usually good authority that at CnPPs duties temporar Thursdays top secret Blair lyMe lssueci the following com munique As soon as the present dis cussions with commonwealth fi nance ministers have the chancellor of the exchequer will go House energy conference on atomic Harry S Truman discussed with top government officials the louchy problem of sharing atomic information with Canada and our wartime nursing home in Switzer partncrs in this The Atlantic on which sen ate ratification is expected Thurs pledges signatories to take land for a few For many years the chancellor has suffered from a digestive ail ment which has at times necessi stich including use of i tated special treatment in a par as is necessary to repel an attack clinic in Zurich whose on the western of j doctors are familiar with his State Dean Acheson and others i His condition has recently be standard flinging up of skirts to five nations with defensive mill have expressed re ported that between 17 and 0 men failed to report for work at the beginning of the 8 but that the 4 shift went on as i Ronal union said that the plate j mil men reported at 8 but left j their jobs at after leaving only the last four hours of the shift i Unable to Work by the inspector genera of the ganiiational work of an under army and a general investigation is ground or subversive nature out show Incetrimmed Matchmakers at times have I tary now being i side their JJOT UJ FOR fUlt Heres Public Health Service Beat the Heat Formula July 16 who have been on strike for unkcd the name of one or the said any ship worked by j otner to that of the Marquess of It Agree in Principle young the new company would be dej Mjiford clared hot and would not be j worked on the Pacific The Steel Flyer was loaded in rkXT her home port of j Jj 1 Police Chief Dan Liu said that arrested for whom bail of each was were charged i with disorderly conduct because i they refused to move on when dered by I Their slowlymoving line had ptibiic health service blocked access to the pier where SECTION A the personal come somewhat and i opinion that the United States i a few weeks ago his doctors de I would use all the force at its cided that a course of special command to stop a major assault treatment at this clinic had be was reported here that the j upon a pact i come cousin Alexan der of Paul Raniadier of i I Raoul De Fraiteur of i i Schokking of the j Netherlands and Pierre Dupont of agreed in pr ciple on the distribution of milij tary expenses among the western I National 9 6 Editorial 13 Intermountain 14 I Stalemated Bus Strike Forces SiODwyer to End Vacation toin union A practical example of military cooperation between the western NEW July 16 Mayor William who ar rived in Mexico City Friday for union nations was provided Satura called the whole The stoppage which began last shut down bus service for some daily riders on Because of the walkout an Saturday night that it may be neither the heat nor Steel Flyer is termined number of workers on It may bo the finishing end of the plate mill Is it hot enough for you the service added Dont put nil the blame on the temperature or the lice said a dock employes worked full mnv bc own failure to live sensibly in the j found on one The1 shift went to work ati The public health service offered these rules for keeping jA for the behest of union said cooi Find Knife 1 There was no but po knife was Hawaiian the nonj Local Drama SECTION B said Local Mines and Markets 20 iflly by an official Belgian off Saturday and was of the Ncw citv Omni 17 innuncement that Dutch military flying back to New York City to bus and the Fifth Avenue j authorities will permit Belgian air direct efforts to end the metropoj Coach it also threatened to j force units to use training spread to the sprawling Third avenue transit system which hauls an additional passengers 20 i tics in the Netherlands during July I A rity land spokesman said who stilted that a walk out was not authorized by either the local or national i r frults nnri Cut down on steak and union workers were being paid the i Classified Advertising Meetings will be continued Mon Drink more water and fruit day on nf the grievances ten or Bills j morc youre a white collar i White collar workers get enough salt with their Pope Receives Snyler Dross remember that light colors or white VATICAN jfi UP deflect the suns ray better than darker Pope Ml Saturday received Take it Fast tennis and vigorous swimming secretary in a lOminutc private c T u 11 audience in the Popes private li fi Pxtra hnlhs Get plenty of Use a fan if your rooms but Eat fresh prestrike union rate ol The strikers are demanding j 11 11 1219 Dont drink more1175 pcr nour oun more 33 of Afterward Snyder bis aides to the keep out of its direct whom are members of the A F L Seafarers International i stayed A spokesman said they were awaiting instruction from their New York headquar Ingram Stainback plans j to call the territorial into session Tiieskr in I consider a bill for government j operation of tho docks as a means SECTION W Society SECTION F Freezer section SECTION SI Meet in Luxembourg The ministers closed conference ODwyors decision to return was made after a conference with officials He will reach New York early tended the reportedly of assuring labor Features Music Radio Log SECTION M Garden 132 Farm Letter 2 Model Home 12 was held in the Luxembourg par an official of the Con liament American and I n d u s t r i al Organization 110 Canadian military observers atj Transport Workers hinted the might order a slowdown in proeity subway service in support of 110 corded in a cordial atmosphere the threeclay old bus and a spirit of It j The John was the fifth time that the defense the manner in which subway 18 ministers had met since the westj workers can cooperate in the I crn union was created by the Brusj strike will be considered vice president of the 5 sols Since the western union local declined to am alliance was the deiplify his Subway wnrlt fense chiefs have worked closely I ers frequently have used slow financial experts of the fivedown strategy to enforce their I Efforts by the city to settle the dispute between the two privatelyowned bus companies and the union have been unsuc No new meetings between the disputants have been sched The which began after the dismissal by the companies of four union developed quickly into a fullfledged union battle for new contract conces Thc union demands include a 21c hourly wage a 40 hour work week Instead of the present 48 and improved Present wages average an   

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