Salt Lake Tribune, August 13, 1949

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August 13, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS teterroonntaia Network Station KALL tiknn WEATHER Partly cloudy cooler north hit If Details on Page 20 121 SALT LAKE SATURDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Kuss Brands Yugoslavia Ally of West Note Charges West Bloc Aids Tito Soviets End Support 12 CS Russia Friday branded Yugo slavia as an enemy of the Soviet Union and an ally of foreign In a note to Russia charged the Yugoslav government is in a bloc with the western powers and more and more is joining up with imperialist circles against the U S S Let the people of Yugoslavia the Russian note the Soviet government looks on the present Yugoslav government not as a friend and ally but as an enemy and adversary of the Soviet Fourth iu Series The note was the fourth in a series of bitter diplomatic ex changes over what the government of Premier Marshal Tito regards as Russias abandonment of Yugo slav territorial claims at the recent Big Four foreign ministers con ference in The Kremlin attack on Yugo made public by the Mos cow said the Tito govern as early as was willing to abandon its basic claims for Austrian territory as com pensation for war but wanted to toss the responsibility for this decision to the Soviet Dealing with the current status of RussianYugoslav the new Soviet note said Joins With West The Yugoslav government more and more is joining with the im perialist circles the west against the USSR and is in a bloc with That certain strong ties bine the Yugoslav governor or chie persons in the Yugoslav govern ment with the camp of foreign Thatthe Soviet government can no longer consider the Yugo liav That the Soviet gbvernmenl can no longer support of the Yugoslav espe cially those claims which the Yugoslav re nlthough it hides it from the Yugoslav Support Its That if the Yugoslav govern ment prefers a united front with the imperialists to a united front with the then let these circles the imperialists support its Moscow published a letter from Edward Yugoslav foreign dated April in which he offered variations on the minimum Yugoslav demands on In it reduced Yugoslavias claims to a small strip of territory containing two electric power Russia charged in its note Yugo slavia was afraid to bear the re sponsibility for sacrificing na tional interests and wanted to have the Soviet Union play that The note added that Russia refused to play the part of a po litical Omar army chief of of the Array Gordon Gray and Lawton Col left to pose together at Pentagon Fri day after Harry S Truman nominated Collins to be chief of urmy staff as successor to Bradley was named Thursday as joint chiefs Solon Says Truman Received Gift Freezer DISGRACEFUL Symington Assails Solon Aug 12 UP the armed services he of Air Stuart Syming ton Friday accused James has a responsibility to that Then Symington surprised his audience with a statement a I u JUl a Van Zandt of making riavy allegedly Undersec disgraceful use of his congresjretary Dan had apologized sional immunity and challenged to him for a letter which Kimball Acheson Says IL Backing Britain at Hong Kong 12 of Stats Dean Acheson in dicated Friday the United States Stuart will be out of town for a few days The question of Hong Kong arose when a reporter asked Acheson would at least through the whether the united States had Jnited any aggressive acreached a decision to back the ion by the Chinese Communists to British at their crown Discussed With British wrest control of the great port of Hong Kong from the At SL news conference Acheson j Acheson replied that the Ameri itopped short of saying flatly that j can government has talked with he United States would back up I the British government about the After Yugoslavia was ousted from the Russia and her eastern allies applied an eco nomic squeeze to the Balkan na Earlier this month Yugo slavia and Italy signed a oneyear trade agreement calling for an exchange of worth of There also have been other signs that Tito is seeking western trade ties to help him overcome the pressure of the eastern boy The latest Russian note was in reply to a protest on 3 by the Belgrade government that Rus sia was selling out Australias Slovenes and Carinthians and try ing to cover up the deal with ECA Will Help Berlin Zones 12 The United States acted to strengthen the wests position in Berlin Friday by making the three western zones of the city eligible for Marshall plan John high commis sioner for announced the decision at a news conference which climaxed his 10 days of discussions with top administration McCloy said his visit has clari fied the west Berlin economic pic ture the Economic Co operation administration shortly would announce direct allocation for the Russiansurrounded Western Berlin is not considered a part of western Germany and never has received any of the mil lions the United States has poured into the western occupation zones to better living conditions Government officials Mid Mar shall plan grants would make it easier for the inhabitants ef west Berlin to resist Cotnmu left the way open for such He also said in response to ques tions that British Foreign Secre tary Ernest Bevin and he might very well discuss whole Chi nese when Bevin comes here for a round of conferences early next Conference Purpose The primary purpose of the con ferences will be to devise ways of tackling Britains economic Also on the Chinese Acheson said that John Leigh ton American ambassador who returned here from China will enter fully into to the question is very difficult because it depended on what hap pened and the American govern ment would have to know what it was backing He added that any action there which violated the United Nations charter woulij cail for action in the security council and the United States of course would live up fully to its obliga tion under the This was in line with the gen eral policy position taken last week when the white paper on China was At that time he BRADLEY AID Truman Taps Collins To Staff Post 12 UP Harry S Truman Friday nominated Lawton seasoned World War II battle to be the new army chief of staff succeeding Bradley was named Thursday to be the first non voting chairman of the joint chiefs of consisting of the chiefs of staff of the army and air force and chief of naval Louisiana Native 53yearold of is now vice chief of staff under If confirmed by the he will automatically become one of the joint chiefs of nations top military The appointment just about told Harry S Truman that rounded out Trumans top new this government should rely on the discussions oh a new Chinese policy j United Nations to act in event of late next he Quirino Lauds Asia Battle Against Reds NEW 12 Philippine Elipido Quirino Friday said his nation is leading the battle against communism in Asia just as America is doing among nations of the His island Quirino has taken the initiative to develop common action in the Far East against this totalitarian He likened this to action by the United States in aiding western European nations against Com munist Crusading for Pact in America at Harry S Trumans is crusading for a pacific of antiCommunist nations similar to he Atlantic spoke during ceremonies at Fprdham Quirino reaffirmed peoples gratitude to the people of Amer ica and our warm fraternal re gard for those of this country vith are bound by the ies of our common The best hope of conquering communism lies in the internal renewal of Christianity and de Quirino adding that only by establishing the superiority of the democratic way of life can the fallacy of com munism be proven of Renewal In this great task of reform and he America and the Philippines have a special as the eader of the Christian states of he the Philippine by virtue of its status asthe onlyChristian nation in the Far Earlier in the day plained at a news conference his conception of a pacific union of The he would not contemplate military commit ments for the moment he would have to be aken up by member nations after they had Joined Ke he was very happy to hear that Australia will join the Early reports were that Australia was cool to the Quirino plans to leave Saturday by air for Los Angeles and then to real or threatened aggression by the Chinesa Communists against any of the countries bordering Fearful of Invasion There is apprehension among some officials here that in their sweep south through the Communists may not stop at the borders of the territory which the Nationalists have ruled but may invade or threaten to invade one or more of the countries neigh boring The British have military team under the newly passed unification Thursday he renamed Louis Den feld to another twoyear term as chief of naval Denfeld and Hoyt air chief of will make up the new joint chiefs with Bradley as presiding Principal Adviser As chief of Collins will be the principal army adviser to the the secretary of and the secretary of the He will command all branches worried about Hong of the here and one of the worlds greatest trad ing Acheson did not indicate the scope of the Chinese talks he may have with Bevin but speculation is that they will embrace a much larger tcrntory than Horig Acheson himself had previously stated that as a matter of basic principle the United States should seek to coordinate its moves and major policies in the far east with the plans of the other western powers having interests in that part of the Pontiff Plans Respite 12 Pius XII will begin a twoweek rest here Sunday in for coming duties of holy and be responsible for keeping it ready for He will be the senior army officer on active outranking all other Collins served in the army oc cupation after World War I and led troops in Europe aiiu the Pacific during World War Texas General Named As Clay Successor 12 UP Thomas now Fourth army commander at Fort Sam Friday was named European commander succeeding He will command all mili tary forces in Europe other than those in Austria and the congressman to repeat off the fiouse floor his ugly rumors about wrongdoing in the air forces B36 procurement The two engaged in a vitriolic exchange as the house armed serv ices committee temporarily wound up hearings into alleged irregular ities in the bomber buying pro Van Zandt had inspired the inquiry by repeating ugly ru mors and linking them with high military including Sym ington and Louis Cites Newspaper Sources Challenged by Symington to name the source of his informa Van Zandt cited newspaper columns by Danton Waler in the Washington TimesHerald and Nicholas Gregory in the Philadel phia and an anonymous document which was turned over to the committee the day the hear ing Incensed that Van Zandts in formation was based only on news paper Symington told the committee had written to Van Zandt claiming that navy fighters could shoot down the Symington said he was told the Kimball letter had been cooked up and signed and that the au thor was When Van interjected that the letter was published before he saw Syming ton snapped You cant blame that on force officials said privately See Page Column 4 Reports Voucher Lists First Vaughan 12 brought to the sen ates five percenter not home freezers sent to Harry S Truman at and two to Harry Vaughan in a committee member said Three other Washingtonians received the vouchers reportedly All the units were paid for by the Albert Verley Chicago perfume mak it was testified The other invoices listed as re cipients Chief Justice Fred Vin James federal reserve and Matt Con presidential the senator told a In when the reported shipments be Vinson was reconversion di rector and ialer or the Yardman was Tru msns naval John whose name has been threaded through the inquiry into alleged influence in the Solons Extend Visit Offer To MArthur 12 IIC Jti niii i Climaxing angry the comWhether Treasury Secretary John bined senate committees en for1 Snyder was on Gross as was then with the perfume Shipped by Milwaiikecan The invocies were brought to Thursdays session by Albert Gross of The business man said he shipped units to a group of He named then his testi mony was A committee member said Fri day he was informed Truman sent a thankyou note to Gross though he was merely the ship The member was uncertain eign relations and armed services voted 13 to 12 Friday to invite to the air force or to me what they j GenDouglas MacArthur to testi said about when they our say the entire but ft at the foreign arms aid hear command of the air force is dis it amounts to mass con spiracy and I take very bitter ex ception to Disgraceful Use And when the reason is what they see in newspaper articles and it is disgraceful use of congressional Then Symington called on Van Zandt to repeat the statements he gave on the house floor over the radio so we can take proper re Van Zandt said in reply that aa a member of congress he has a responsibility to the people of his district and as a member of SUPPLIES Sunday Tribune Pages Offer Varied Store of Features Top flight reading enjoyment is yours in the Sunday Salt Lake Tribune Here are just a few of the many special features youll want to be sure to read in the Sunday Salt Lake HOLLYWOOD MOTHERS Everyone knows the film but few people know what the mothers look Be sure to meet the mothers of NOTHING SERIOUS Dan in his breezy satirizes those who tactlessly steal the punch line from the short story WHOPPERS Strange tales about tremendous fish caught in Idahos famed AMERICAS BEST RAMS Read about these big wool laden overlords of the sheep herds in The Tribunes Home and Garden I FLY FOR CHENNAULT A picture story and report from a pilot who is helping Claire Cbennault supply Chinese villages near the red Youll enjoy these and many other wonderful features in the Sunday Salt Lake of Americas Great Europe Ban Winnie Says Aug 12 Churchill told the townspeople of this old Frenchand Germanspeaking city Friday night that Europe must unite in strength so great that none will dare molest her tranquil a united Europe would be based on moral convictions that would win the gratitude of all he told an outdoor rally of the European Movement which he Keynote Address The wartime prime minister of Britain made his current keynote speech on European union to the people after he had spent two days wrangling in the first consultive assembly of the European Council for the assemblys right to parlia mentary He spoke in French to the rally of about 1000 Police guarded canal bridges be tween Churchills rally and a Communist protest gathering half a mile Communists first urged their ranks to attend the Churchill rally but changed their minds ami met There was no Shall Protect Ourselves We shall protect ourselves against being crushed and flat tened out by any form of totali tarian whether it be the hated Nazi domination whichwe have cast or by any other form cr similar Chur chill told the He did not mention Communism or I myself am not the enemy of any race or nation in the he This statement was cheered by the Old feuds must Churchill territorial ambitions must be set national rivalries must be confined to proving who can render the truest service to the common In the assembly Chur chill a halfvictory the ef fort to break away from restric tions on what it can talk For the second straight day he championed the cause of parlia mentary freedom for the 12nation The vote came on a resolution of William Knowland who is trying to get of the proposed 000 arms fund earmarked for non Communist Before this MacArthur in Tokyo made it clear he is not re turning at this He said he IB needed more where he Start Clearing BUI chairman Tom Connnally of the senate foreign relations committee said the two groups will begin work of clear ing the bill He said wit nesseswho had asked lo be heard will be allowed to file their state ments for the but no more testimony will be He noted that full hearings had been held by the house foreign affairs com Presumably if MacArthur decided to accept the arrangements would be In the forces fighting to slash the arms program retreated to the house floor where the bill is expected to arrive for debate next Defeated in Committee Defeated in the James Richards and John Vorys said they will drop the effort there and resume it before the Knowland said after the vote frolrpn m a Of two senate committees that even the official invitation may not sway Other senators also said the narrowly divided vote would be no encouragement to the general to It was almost a party line vote with two Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia and Richard Russell of reported to have crossed over to join the Re publicans and defeat the solid Democratic One senator said that Republi cans supporting Knowland were Vandenberg of Wiley of Wisconsin Lodge of Massachu Bridges of New Gurney South Salton stall of Morse of Oregon and Baldwin of Connecti stated in one Joseph McCarthy already had lolu reporters that Gross was entirely in the I have Mceil Lilu iial OI prupic who reportedly received freezer as published in the news McCarthy My only comment is that George Allen should not be on the Allen Not Listed Some reports had said that Al longtime presidential inti mate and former the Reconstruction Finance was on the As the White House spokesman said he had no information on those the sensation spangled hearing on Capitol hill produced Charges that Alden chief of the army chemi cal plotted with the presidents military to cut the throats of fellow offi cers who might have succeeded The chemical chief is now Testimony that Waitt wrote derogatory reports for Vaughan on the eight other one warmly praising the office of James key figure in the five percenter Identifies Notes A statement by Hunts secre tary that she personally carried Waitts memo dispraising the other officers to Vaughan in the White Announcement that Vaughan is willing to testify and pre sumably wiii be a demand by McCarthy that he Evidence a man agement counselor had ad vance word on ths appointment of Herman Feldman as quartermaster corps and passed it on to a private client with the comment It will not harm us in the like is now under sus pension by the The mysterious deepfreezers aobbed up late A Mil waukee businessman testified he shipped one to Vaughan four years ago and several more to Wash paid for by ihe Albert Verley of That is the firm which employed John manaboutWash See Page Column 3 Experts Spur Drive o Find Jobs 12 Government employment experts stepped up their drive Friday to down the jobless total of some The Bureau of Employment se curity disclosed that it had sent orders to state and local agencies to report by Monday on the work situation in their communities so that homa front projects can be drafted with federal aid to relieve hardest hit The plans were divulged by Rob ert head of the em ployment Security and his top Louis The agencies have been requested to survey their areas and report on any community in which 7 or more of the work force is The which gets regular reports from 97 disclosed that nine of those already have shown 12 unemployment or John presi dential who heads up the jobless aid drive already has notified government procurement agencies of the need for placing orders in those nine Goodwin told a reporter the same procedure is planned eventu ally for sections where there is 7 His agency has also suggested that state and local governments channel their purchases to the home front dis tress areas Goodwin said that the Census bureau figures of unem ployed as probably would remain unchanged this month and Clark Okehed For Place On High Court Cool Air From Canada Brings Rain to Slake Parched 12 Showers and a cool front from Canada Friday broke a weeklong heat wave for most sections of the parched eastern half of the weather forecasters here said the cool air mass moving southward from and the Hudson buy was expected to bring general relief over the week The cooler air covered most of Wisconsin and Michi gan and was pushing down through New York state toward New York New England cooled off as much as 20 degrees and badly needed rain fell in the central and south ern But the showers were not enough to relieve drouth condi tions in New and farm experts said crop losses were ex pected to total millions of Seven counties in Maine were added to the disaster area list to qualify for federal New York which had sweltered through three days of record cooled off to about 85 degrees in cloudy weather and the humidity The muggy hot apel had lifted New York water consumption to gallons above the daily normal and prompted a record telephone calls to the weather bureau Pittsburgh and Cleveland were among other points reporting relief from showers and cloudy Philadelphia expected temperatures above 90 degrees and baked again in hot 12 Tom Clarks nomina ion to be an associate justice of the supreme court got a 9to2 endorsement Friday from the sen ate judiciary Forrest Donnell and Homer Ferguson voted against recommending con firmation by the Donnell and Ferguson backed his The without opposi also approved the nomination of Howard McGrath to succeed Clark as attorney McGrath is a Rhode Island Dem ocrat and chairman of Demo cratic national Senate Vote Monday Senate action on Clarks ination is expected Th6 senate Republican policy commit tee already has announced there will be no organized GOP fight against his The 6foot Texan with the easy smile thus appeared sure of a seat on the nations highest bench before his fiftieth which comes September He has served longer than any other member ia Harry S Trumans which he entered in Clark was born in the son and grandson of He attended Virsrmia Military served in the first world and got his law from the University of Texas in Practiced With Father He practiced law with his father and brother for became civil district attorney for Dallas county in and joined the de partment of Justice as an attorney in He never has been elected to a public Clark appears genuinely fond at ail and he and hit wife are familiar at ington formal and oth He is an easy speaker with a ready flow of and re putedly made more campaign speeches Truman last year than any other cabinet of The have two ehfl The new court appointee big white Texas hate tad of ISO bow ;

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