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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                f M RADIO NEWS Iitermoutaln Network Station BALL WEATHER Partly cloudy Wednesday continued Detelli on 15 Ill SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Tasty Venison Repast Pushes Politics in Background of Defense Louis second from grins with a large venison bone in his hands while Howard second from delivers an outofthesideofthemouth comment to Vatican Cited With In Czech Plot 2 Communist press claimed Tuesday a joint Vatican American plot to provoke civil war in Czechoslovakia over the churchstate controversy had been The charge was made by Communist party Rude which claimed an Organi zation allegedly under an American high was working to organize sabotage and diversion in coun tries that have abandoned the capitalist Under Red Rule Czechoslovakia has been under Communist domination since the Prague coup detat of in which the with the aid of action took over the In long article The Vatican Fifth Rude Pravos foreign Andre named Allen brother of John Fos ter as chief of Organiza tion Simone listed Francis Car dinal Spellman of New whom he described as the popes Hjalmar as one of the organizations In New Dulles said he knew nothing about the He said he is chairman of the execu tive committee of the National Committee for Free whose purpose it is to further the cause of liberty and peace and to support in America political leaders who have been driven from their homes by Organization X The Vatican spy service led by a general of the Jesuit and under the direct con trol of the state secretary of the cooperates di rectly with Organization X in its endeavor to cause chaos in the peoples the Com munist writer The Vatican Tuesday identi fied a Father John Baptist Jans sens as general of the Society of He was born in and is the 27th general of the He was elected to the post in to succeed the late Polish Vlodimiro Giovanni Battista Mon tini has been the Vaticans acting secretary of state together with Domenico Tardini since the death of Luigi Cardinal secretary nf in Foil Designs The Rude Pravo article said Only thanks to the eternal watch fulness of the peoples democratic governments have the attempts of Organization X been In it the plot of the Vaticans fifth Catholic hier was to provoke clashes throughout the Unrest arid it were to be stirred up by having Arch bishop Josef Beran lock himself in his palace and pretend to be a and have the Cath olic faithful rise and fight the Communists in his Capitals Notables Attend Dinner Feting Rayburn 2 xvild game dinner in honor of Sam Rayburn speaker of the house of Tuesday night attracted a large share of Wash ingtons political Featuring ante wild raccoon and the fete was attended by Howard McGrath Frank Boykin Averell Harri the Marshall plans roving ambassador in and other friends of the Texas The at which Boykin was honored Speaker Rayburn for long pub lic It climaxed a busy day in the capital which hummed with argument over Harry S Trumans propo sal to arm members of the re centlyratified North Atlantic Defense ExEmployes Lift China Consul Siege 2 nese and Sikhs formerly employed by the navy completely lifted their siege of the American con sulate Tuesday under a compromise proposed by which they would ac cept in severance about half of what they A tentative agreement was reached at a second conference Tuesday between former a consular representative and a Shanghai labor It was transmitted to Washington for ap Consular officials did not commit themselves to accept A representing about 650 former originally asked for three months pay and thcu demanded six and one half months as They werc dismissed by the navy last April when it left and work ers were paid the customary months salary in lieu of two weeks 36 Chinese and Sikhs oc cupied the consulate Friday and refused to permit three consular officials to leave during the nego They agreed to leave Sun day when administrative at tache Reuben Thomas agreed to but about a dozen re mained until Frank at wild game dinner for Sam Ray house not shown in Averell the Marshall plans roving ambassador in is pictured at to Keep Present Size Force on European Soil 2 j Responsible big power iniorrn United States armed forces in i ants here said the Americans Europe will be ready are atove assurances for any and will be j that the Atlantic pact allies will strengthened by an alljet fighter j accept bigscale unification of air defense in Ameri can military chiefs disclosed Tues The joint chiexb s staff guve out this news in shortly before flying here for their second stop on a military tour of north Atlantic treaty Omar army chief of told reporters there was strategic command and functioning of their armed The American chiefs are not discussing the for eign arms aid program now be fore congress in But official sources said they hope by the results of their HTIV doubt marts that Ue Atlantic treaty no mosDect ftat I knowo that might not pull together they hope for is that the five Brussels pact countries will forces Gemany will be Prepared for Emergency Occupation are prepared for any Bradley said of the Americans who police the zone and guard the de marcation line with Soviet east ern Hoyt air force chief of disclosed that jets will replace all propeller type American fighters now in Ger Air force officials in Washing ton said there are now two fighter groups in one of F80 Shooting Star jets and one of F47 Thunderbolt polpeller each of 75 planes with five or more They said jets would re place the Thunderbolts vvith the bulk of the transfer taking place after Retain English Base Vandenberg said the big air force base at will remain in full opera tion after the Berlin airlift is cut back to skeleton size this Vandenberg and Louis chief of naval arrived in London Tuesday night to continue their survey of needs for bringing the 12nation Atlantic pact into mili tary They saw Luxembourg and American occupation force military leaders in Germany and will spend two days here with Norwegian and Danish staff Romania Ousts Briton 2 asked Britain Tues day to recall Roderick British charge daffaires at Bucha for activity contrary to the laws of the Romania popular re public and diplomatic Commissary Restriction 2 The house armed services commit tee Tuesday voted overwhelmingly to take commissary privileges from military personnel sta tioned in continental metropolitan The committee also voted lo prohibit sale of luxury items by army post exchanges and navy Tito Vows Aid in Overthrow Of Balkan Red Regimes agree to merge their own alliance into a tightly knot vhole of all 12 Atlantic pact Probers Learn Race Tracks Given Priority 2 Tighe housing expediter Tuesday said two race tcacks got a construction permit from his agency not because of influence but because postwar building controls were a Woods spent 90 minutes clos eted with the senates five per cent He told newsmen their questions included the deal ings of his office with James Washington management in these two The race track Woods has said he understands a client paid Hunt for his services in 1947 ingetting a construction clearance for one of the near The other was near San Hunts Request Hunts request that he Woods go to the Commerce de partment to try to get steel scrap shipped from Europe to this Woods said he told the investi gators Vviiat he had already re he did tackle the Commerce but didnt accomplish He he because scrap was sorely needed for the manufacture of soil pipe used in home The name of John an other key figure in the investiga entered the race track ques Woods told Maragons name showed up on a list of persons who attended a meeting with housing officials on the Tanforan the expediter Defense Unity Bill Goes To President 3567 House Ballot Completes Action Ou Johnson Power 2 The house Tuesday completed con gressional action on a unification bill vesting of Defense Louis Johnson with unprecedented powers over the navy and The adopted by a 356 7 roll call now goes to Harry S Truman for his Drafted by a senatehouse con ference committee and previously approved by the the bill gives Johnson most of the au thority he had asked to further unify the three But there are numerous safeguards against abuse of power and a possible military Chief Provision The chief provision places the navy and air force into a single department of defense and makes the defense secretary solely responsible for the direc authority and control of the entire military At present he has only general con The measure also would Aithorize appointment of a civilian business or to reform and stieamline the military budget and accounting system and pos sibly save the taxpayers millions of Military Officer Create the permanent posi tion of chairman of the joint chiefs of be filled by a top ranking military Ap pointed by the president but re quiring senate confirmation he would preside over but not vote at staff meetings and would be pro hibited from exercising any con trol over the three Permit appointment of three assistant secretaries of defense one of whom would be named and elevation of the present undersecretary Ste phen Early to the rank of deputy Johnson told congress that these steps were necessary to achieve real to save tax payers up to a Houss Checkreins The checkreins on Johnsons au thority were written in at the in sistence of the house whose mem bers feared the secretary other wise could rule with an iron The bill changes the present national military establishment into a new department of national with the three services as military department under This change was recommended by former Herbert who headed a commission that surveyed reorganization of the executive branch of the The secretary would have broad powers under the but would not be able to transfer combat functions on the services or as sign officers and men in such a way as to alter their present com bat Senators Act to Restrict Truman Arms Power Vandenberg Leads Offense Against Recipient Choice White House Will Staiifl Repair Fund Wins Okeh definitely Tuesday tear ing down the White the executive mansion will get a face lift A group of six men settled the controversy between advocates of the senate ap propriations committee and head of the an nounced the decision after a long conference at the White The commission will continue its Plans must be re viewed and contracts Work must be supervised once its Scott Vacancy Stirs Split Within GOP 2 Republicans appeared headed Tuesday toward an eastwest clash over the chairmanship of their national Early arrivals for a Thursday committee meeting talked insistently of selecting a western man rather than an east The oneday session was called to name A successor to Hugh Scott of He says he is resigning to bring harmony to the factiontorn Guy George New Jersey committeemanand lawyer seemed the man to The question was With whom Westerners up with these ames Harry Cain of Washington Bert of Ne braska Arthur Michigan Axel South Da and Harry The last three are members of the committee and there is consider able sentiment for naming the new chairman from the Friends of Gabrielson claimed he had more than 50 of the com mittees 105 votes behind Gabrielson himself told a newsman that my friends tell me it looks pretty good for my chairman of the partys strategy and have been talked of for but Darby is reported to have said he is One of the first western arrivals to speak out against Gabrielson was Roy Priest of although she made it clear siie would support the winning candi Anderson Pens Compromise On Farm Price Supports 2 promised the Bulgarian and Albanian peo ple if Tuesday that he would aid them in any attempt to overthrow their Com munist regimes which are joining in the Russianbloc boycott of this Addressing a massed gathering of Macedonians at Skoplje on the fifth anniversary of the Yugoslav Macedonian Tito said I the time will come when the Bulgarian ignor ing base and shameless will be able to extend their fra ternal hand to us and we will help them remove whatever individuals who have so far put up the ob stacles to the creation and pre servation of brotherly The position with Albania is the The individuals in question are i the members of the Bulgarian Albanian governments who are said Otherwise he had jTiwuiiiuii fy j J Tin Hnof a ra tirac supporting the Communist bureau of information in its bitter cam paign against Tito said that the Romanian and Hungarian Com munist as well as the Greek would like to grab territory from He said that Yugoslavias most difficult years were over so far as economic development was con cerned and that the first half of the fiveyear plan had been com pleted in In a reference which his hearers regarded as aimed at both Russia and the taited he said Our people will never be turned away from their socialistic path by any power no matter from which slue it may nor can they be shaken or intimidated from fimly persisting in their struggle or the freedom and in tegrity their socialistic home no information that Maragon was Seek Five Per Center Woods meeting was vvith the staff of the senates special inves tigating The commit tee wants to learn persons who charge businessmen five per some other help ing them get federal The practice is deplored officially but is not Woods said the questioning was adding I told them influence wasnt needed under the building Once you had the any body could find the The housing in a week end had disclosed that Hunt asked for favorable consid eration of the construction job at At that time federal clearance required for all 2 Clinton Anderson stirred up yet another farm price tonic mixture It calls for flexible government sup ports for some rigid con trol programs for and au thority to try out the Brannan subsidy plan on some There was no indication that who used to be secre tary of had come up with a formula to everybodys Senator George Aiken of Ver the topranking Republican on the senate agriculture commit said this nceda pretty care ful Senators Milton Young Clyde Hoey and Elmer Thomas were reported favoring the plan already adopted by the extending the present price support system another year and putting off action on a longrange Anderson heads a sevenman subcommittee which is casting about for an acceptable The other senators mentioned also are members Thomas is chairman of the agriculture committee Unless the senate and house get together on a farm the de layedaction law passed by the Republican 80th congress will take effect next It would although not the secretary of agriculture to main tain supports for major crops a flexible scale ranging from 60 to of He couldnt go be low but by the flexibility he could expect to exer cise some control over the produc tion of crops where surpluses ap Parity is a level calculated to give the farmer purchasing power such as he had in a previous stip The present farm law provides generally for support of major basic crops at 90 of Andersons plan would allow a support range of from 75 to 90 of parity on those rine and It also would authorize a sim ilar flexible support system for nonbasic but storable farm prod ucts such as oats and that effective production ap proved by the secretary of agricul were established for 2 movement to deny 2 j Harry S Truman the power to arm any nation he thinks necessary A commission decided j developed in the senates powerful combined committee on foreign relations and armed services Members said that Arthur Vandenberg I led the drive to strip such powers from the presidents j program to arm free nations j Although the senators did not want to be quoted by jsome of them gave reporters this account of what happened at raze the present buildia closed session of their joint committee with of State ing and put up a new noon n aphocnn and Sprv nf ncfpnsrLouis Johnson Chairman Kenneth McKellar Opposes Arms Power who has been a strong supporter of the bipartisan foreign objected vigorously to language in the foreign arms bill that would let the president supply arms to any nation and permit him to recognize a group of persons as a nation for this The influential Republican contended this is the greatest grant of power ever asked by a president in Acheson defended the bill in its present but agreed reluctantly to discuss possible He made no promise of but it was under stood that the state department would report to the committee Friday on the outcome of these Cites FiveTear Limit Johnson told the commit tee he thinks it will take five yers to rearm our allies but that the new pro posed will be Uifc largest single years contribution tne will have to Some committee members ques tioned a provision of the bill which they said would permit heads of government rather than the chiefs of to deter mine what military supplies and equipment are Under the administrations exist ing surplus weapons and supplies that originally cost would be sent to Tom Connally chairman of the joint senate com told reporters afters its meeting with Acheson and John son Seek Majority Okeh We are trying to meet the ob jections of committee to the end that within the scope of the bill and its objectives we may get as large an agreement as The senate committee will meet again in closed session Friday and begin hearing witnesses next Mon The house foreign affairs com going ahead with its own hearings heard Aver ell the Marshall plans roving ambassador in urge prompt passage of the presidents Harriman said it is necessary to maintain the confidence as a result of the European recovery program and the North Atlantic has begun to replace fear of Russia among some European Duty of Protection I believe that it is our duty to make the present sacrifices which may be necessary to pro tect the growing generation from he declared in a prepared The ambassador said the will and ability of the North Atlantic allies can be greatly strengthened by our but that if we turn aside today or put off action on the proposed doubts may well arise He added The voices of the subversive the those who would trust would rise Education Bill Expires In House Unit again and have an effect on the confidence and determination which now Western Union Defense Discussing suggestions that the program be delayed until the joint military organization contemplat ed under the North Atlantic al liance is set Harriman said he knows from his own experience that the western union countries have been working for over a year See Page Column 5 2 The federal aidto education bill died in the house labor committee the ap parent victim of a bitter religious Members wrangled for two hours behind locked but failed to agree on although spon sors had warned that only a com promise could save the bill from Chairman John Lesinski refused to concede that the measure is saying members will get together again in a few days for one last try at agree But other house leaders said it Is too late to get floor action at this even 11 the committee can get The religious which flared nationally when Francis Cardinal Spellman of New Tork denounced Eleanor Roose velt as revolves around the proposed use of fed eral funds for parochial and other private A bill already passed by the sen ate would permit the states to decide whether the funds would be used for private as well as public But Graham Barden sponsored the house sub stitute which limits the funds to public schools and specifically pro hibits their use for transportation arid health services which some states grant to parochial The resultant dispute has pitted Catholic against and vice in and out of Sales Increase Turns Trend 2 Heavier buying by and retailers resulted in a increase in manufacturers sales and a drop of in their inventories in the commerce department reported It said manufacturing sales to taled while inven tories declined to The increase in sales was even more significant than it appeared because it reversed the normal seasonal decline from May to After allowance for seasonal the department the June increase was The sales increase was attrib uted mainly to increased purchases of durable Sales in that field totaled or more than in Allowing for seasonal trends the increase was BITTER RACE FOR GOVERNOR Byrd Candidate Wins Virginia Vote 2 Battle Miller victory speech at his headquar State John Battle was Horace and nominated Tuesday to be Vir1 Remmie Arnold ginias next governor in a Demo cratic primary that beat back the first serious threat to the party leadership of Harry Byrd in the past 25 The 59yearold follower of Virginias traditional conservative took the early lead away from Francis Pickens num ber two runner in the fourway and steadily built up his mar Miller conceded shortly after midnight With returns in from 1537 of the states 1768 precincts Rattle had moved to a point where he could not be headed in later The unoffical results based on these reports showed the Petersburg pen manufacturer taking his first flief in state also conceded Battles The high man in a Virginia pri mary is the There is no provision for a runoff as in BatfVs there is ma or the hoaru the news with gratification at his Charlottesville He said he was less concerned about the outcome than he was about the well being his 85yearold moiher who insisted on staying up to hear the And forthwith he left for the 70mile trip to Richmond to make In the face of preelection vic tory claims by all four 61 U6 can Battle went on to lead in seven of the states nine congres sional Miller appeared to be carrying third Rich mond and the ninth in the south west where the heavy coal miner vote was reported for When the last of the 1768 precincts closed their it brought down the curtain on of the bitter fights state has seen the general election of 1928 in which Herbert Hoover defeated Al Smith for the It also marked one of the longest periodi of cam 1   

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