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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Mostly clear Sunday continued Details on Page 9B 122 SALT LAKE SUNDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS 71YearOld Swain Goes ACourting Carleton and her 16yearold daughter second from will be week end house guests of Vice Alben Barkley at With Barkley is his Max who flew with to Louis to pick up his They all prepare to board the plane for which is holding fete for Barkley Barkley Flies Date Home To Meet Clan Vice Alben Barkley brought his week end date home Saturday to meet the folks i Carleton S Hadley of a darkhaired widow Mill bje guest of honor Sat urday nafhtfet a dinner the courtly 71yearold widower is giving at his rambling red brick It was there she met his grand Dorothy for the first time and held her hand while the family posed for pic Flight in B17 Barkley had escorted Had ley and her teenaged here in his B17 in which he made his third flying visit to Louis in recent After the 67minute flight they drove nine miles to The Barkleys estate at the outskirts of where SO guests have been invited to dine on old Ken tucky ham and He said no startling announce ment would be made at the from which the press has been who earlier had denied an engagement would be said All were to do is have a little music and a good time and Sunday therell be the Meets Children For Hadley it was a day of meeting the Barkley first his Max who has been his official then his whom he in troduced at the airport here as They shook hands and Had ley said Im so glad to see The smiling who had been a little late for date in told the crowd of 300 at the Paducah airport Were glad to be That those who are and those who are visiting are glad to be CHURCHILL STRESSES RIGHTS Council of Europe Drafts Agenda for West Unity 13 me council ol Europe adopted Saturday night a nine point work program for its drive to pull the warbattered countries the Old World closer At the same time it ruled out any specific discussion of Irish The councils committee of min isters an agenda drawn up earlier by the consultative as semblys 101 and which will keep them busy for at least several Latin Tempers Cool Duel Talk Subsides BUENOS 13 Roque second to Jeronomo Ar gentine ambassador to the United said Saturday that the am bassadors quarrel with retiring Foreign Minister Juan Atilio Bra muglia has been settled and a pro posed duel between the two men will not take Izzo made the brief announce ment to newsmen without furnish iad been Remorino had challenged Bramuglia to the duel as the climax to a heated personal controversy between the two While whose resig nation had just been accepted by Juan was at the for eign office Saturday taking leave of his Remorino sent him his seconds to seek either apologies or a duel as the outgrowth of the quarrel beween the Bramuglia immediately accepted the His differences with Bramuglia were said to concern proposals made in Washington for the con clusion a United StatesAr gentina trade pact Racial Zoning Row Blows Up In Bombing Negro Homes 13 tense zoning row erupted Saturday in the dynamit ing of two Negro ministers homes andanswering gunfire by Negroes guarding the Two midnight seconds rocked the adjoining Negro houses in an area zoned for whites Windows were shattered and a few planks knocked There was little damage al though the heavy heard over most of De one of the Negro said three of four Negroes fired with pistols and shotguns at a speeding auto mobile from which the bombs The shots Eighteen Negroes were on the porch or in the houses at the he none wag Asked by reportersif he planned to De Yampert re1 plied This is my home and Im going to stay the other Milton said the The are a half block from three others that were heavily damaged by bombs March Throngs of Negroes gathered few All avail able police rushed to the scene in patrol One Negro was ar rested and charged with refusing to obey an officers command to move De Yampert said the dyna mite was thrown by an white man riding on the running board of the One bomb fell on the law about 20 fromthe front porch of Milton Currys It dug a The other struck a curbing and shattered the De Yampert told he was Mated the front porch of his home with aeven other mem bers of hii he had called them to join him earlier because ht feared i The ninepoint agenda provides lor debate on such items as politi cal changes necessary in Europe to bring about greater unity of member and human rights and fundamental These were six points added the consulta tive assenrbly b orig inally ministers Victory for Churchill The addition of the six points was a victory for Winston Church ill and the majority in the assem None of the points covers mili tary since the committee and the assembly agreed this was not within the competence of the Council of The touchy nationalistic issue over Ireland was out as a problem for debate during Satur days talk on possible agenda Eamon de former prime minister of made two determined efforts to put the dispute with Britain over North ern Ireland on the The assembly rejected de Valeras sug gestion by an overwhelming show of Spaak Rejects Issue Strong opposition to the Irish mans proposal came from most of the British The Irish proposal asked the as sembly to discuss the best way to eliminate of disputes be tween member PaulHenri Spaak of assembly ruled the pro posal out of order because it had not been offered the night before with the signatures of 10 assem bly which the rules of procedure A notable omission from the agenda was the question of Ger Colleagues of who sits as one of the British say he intends to bring up the German issue next week after Sundays German German Participation Associates of Britains wartime prime minister claim he wants the assembly to invite the new west German state to become a council an associate member with seats in the assembly but with aer place the councils upper or ministerial com Here are the agenda topics The councils role in economic taking into account the Marshall plan organization al ready set The councils role In social Cultural cooperation among the 12 member These first three points were proposed by the ministerial Political changes necessary to greater unity wnong council mem Crash Held Fatal to 31 13 Of were killed Saturday in the crash of a commer cial according to the news paper El The paper said the a DC3 belonging to the Empresa Sociedad Aeronautica crashed and burned en route from Bogota to capital city of the Colombian of Watkins Plans To Spur On Site Check Strives for Progress Report on Review Of Utah Possibilities 13 Arthur Watkins Utah said Saturday he will press the air force for a progress report on its promised survey of three suggested Utah sites for an aerial engineering research A senateapproved which Utah congressmen are tryingto bring to an early vote in the proposes a program to develop aircraft testing wind tunnels and the engineering re search center for the air Utah representatives and sena tors want the center to be located in their Survey Locations Watkins said the air force has promised to survey locations at or near Emery Tooele and Hill air force as possible sites for the cen He said he planned to visit Stuart secretary of the air early next week and urge him to file a progress re port showing to what degree his department may be interested in any of these There will be nine large wind Six will be constructed at the three laboratories of the national advisory council on aero A seventh will be built at the David Taylor model The other two will be at the new air engineering Small Tunnels In 13 small tunnels will be located at The bill authorized for the 13 universitytype tunnels for Carderock for the six N A C A tun and for the de velopment center and its two tun nplc The senators calls for an expenditure of only during the current fiscal year on the Utah interests actively have been promoting the state as site of the air force air engineer ing center since its probable con struction first was Take Good took Gus executive sec Salt Lake City Chamber of Saturday hailed the senates action and said I hope the air force will take a good look at Utah before selecting a Backman said he had not been informed whether the senate recommended the installation be located in the Originally several includ ing desert areas near and Ogden were sug groups promoting the various sites joined and agreed to pool efforts to have the center located in leaving the exact location to the air Other States In several other west ern including neighboring Wyoming and Colorado actively have sought the establish Backman said estimates were the project would involve a community of 5000 with hich quality of scientific The decision not to recommend a specific site for the center was reached at a meeting of the Utah Association of Chamber of Com merce Research Center According to the center will be a principal air force research and development center after the nature of WrightPatter son air force The bill passed by the senate would authorize the secretary of the air force to authorize the cen to include housing accommo dations and community facilities for military and civilian personnel and all other necessary facilities and Freezers Merely Vaughan Claims Harry Hoffman as principal in Subpenaed jrlft School Funds Rift Pope Asserts CASTEL 13 Pius XII Saturday told five American newspaper cor respondents he believes the contro versy between Franklin Roosevelt and Francis Cardinal Spellman over federal aid to church schools has been settled The pontiff received the corre spondents at a special audience in his summer a direct question regard ing the SpellmanRoosevelt con the pope first replied that the matter was too delicate for Then he said he had read in a Rome an ex change of letters between the New York archbishop and ROOSP velt and that he thought the con troversy had been resolved satis The exchange between the car dinal and Roosevelt was on the Harden bill in the con gress which would provide in federal aid for public but private andparochial in hernews had favored the American principle of the separa tion of church and The car in a said he also agreed to ON THE INSIDE SECTION A 8 Foreign 6 11 14 SECTION B 14 Mines and 13 SECTION S Sports 16 714 SECTION W 114 SECTION H Farm Letter 2 Over the Fence SECTION M 18 Radio Log 5 6 West Germans Cast First Ballots Today 13 German election cam paign spiced with violence and antiallied oratory ended Saturday night with a sober radio appeal from all parties for a vote for Sunday the inhabi tants of Germanys three western zones will choose a 400member parliament to set up their new west German It will be the first federal election since Hitler seized power With numerous parties in the race and a total of more than 2000 forecasts were that no party will win a majority and it will take a coalition of two or more parties to form the Many Express Alarm The campaign has been so bit terly antiallisd that occupation authorities and many German newspapers and politicians have expressed Saturday in joint radio rival party eaders largely avoided criticizing he they appealed o the voters on German domestic All of them stressed a desire Senator Says RFC Loan To Arm West 13 The foreign arms program bumped into a new controversy Saturday when Burnet Maybank charged the administration with trying to short circuit con gressional action through a Re construction Finance Reacting to reports that of State Dean Acheson favors such a loan to speed the furnishing of arms to western European Maybank summoned RFC offi cials before the banking committee for a public hearing Connaliy Concedes Flan Vaughan said the freeze box At the same Chairman Tom from a talk he had Connaliy of the foreign Rules Out Ulterior Motive In Action by Friends 13 Harry Harry S Trumans military acknowledged Saturday that he accepted deep freeze units as gifts to himself and some but he denied there was anything improper in this He said he spoke for one of the freezers for the Little White Trumans1 home in others to go to Fred John James Vardaman and Matthew Still another was directed to the White House staff Vinson now is chief justice of the United Snyder is secretary of the former Truman naval now is a member of the board of governors of the federal reserve Connelly is secrer tary to Snyder told a reporter that no freezer reached Karl Mundt immediately called for a checkup on Vaughans Two Old Friends relations committee conceded there has been discussion of a plan to write into the pending 000 foreign military bill a pro vision under which up to 000 could be borrowed from the RFC to start the program roll ing once congress approves The bill authorizes the program appropriations would come in separate Maybank told reporters he looks on the loan plan as a buck pass ing scheme designed to short circuit the congressional appro priations Would Avoid Delay Under the plan being talked by some the program could of and Harry Hoffman David Hoffman has been identified as a Milwaukee advertising in Solon Requests Swift End Of B36 Quiz 13 George Bates Saturday urged a swift windup of t the B36 hearings with the ac T 1 i whoever they called testimony before the senate in on evidence vestigating committee which is conducting an inquiry into capital five The committee has issued a subpena for but hasnt located Bennett is president of the Albert Verley a Chicago per fumery Albert the manufacturer of the testified that the Verley company paid for the units Sent Vaughan and John sviiic sent jona get going and the slowmoving onetime White House propriations where Kuruptian recovery and other funds have been sheared below the goals fixed previously in congress in authorization would not have to be set in action until congress meets in But Walter George told reporters he doesnt think the appropriations members will stand for any such he said he thinks the combined senate foreign relations and armed services committees ought to cut the total authoriza tion down to about George Gives View George said it is his impression figure whose name has woven in and out of the five percenter in has said he was employed by the Verley claims to be a good Testimony Halted if they have The house armed services com mittee is inquiring into sugges tions that improper influences fig ured in the importance attached to the huge sixengined strategic a high ranking Repub lican member of the told This cloud has been hanging over the heads of our top mili tary leaders and defense officials too long HriHrn hp cliniilH or shut The freezers threw a sensation into the hearing Thursday when Gross testified that they were shipped to Vaughan and His testimony was halted before he could name the The committee first wanted to check the whole but promised to disclose it the name of Tru He proposed that Maragon j f ense Louis Johnson have friend of to answer hints of fluence in theB36 program have other defense The hearings arc recessed until it is ms d th from testimony given before the h committees that about all that will be shipped to the western European countries in the year ending next June 30 will be in surplus An item of for re furbishing this equipment is charged against the The remainder of could be used to finance the Greece Turkey programs and to place orders for later western European the Georgia senator As it the bill calls for an appropriation for one year to buy equipment to be shipped over a twoyear It is intended to strengthen nonCommunist na tions and discourage any Russian ideas of invadingwestern Arranges for Hearing j Maybank called RFC Chair man Harley Hise and other direc as well as James Dough general for testimony before the banking group on the military aid The committee currently is hold ing hearings on a proposal to double the R F Cs present lending Of the would be in mortgage money to aid private Maybank charged that any large RFC military loan now would divert funds needed for small business and other He RFC lending authority now is down to for a democratic and united They differed on how they proposed to achieve that Konrad leader of he powerful he Christian Democratic said Your votes can decide whether the of the in dividual will be respected by the or whether the people will e defenseless at the whim of an allpowerful state and its bu No Capitalistic Preserve Kurt Head of the Social Democrat said You can not make a capitaliatic pre serve out of west Germany in the manner of Max the Communist appealed for a government or all of Germany instead of just the western He also de manded the removal of occupation troops and controls as well ai the signing of a German peace These contrasting arguments summed up the real domestic it sues of the The out come of the electionmay show which way Germany will toward socialism or free private Friday outside the hearing A committee member said that in voices brought to the hearing but not introduced showed that a freezer was sent to Truman at One senator said he was told that Truman sent a thankyou note to the manufacturer and Gross has been described by com mitteemen as entirely in the clear in Issues Statement The presidents military aide is sued a statement early Saturday breaking a long silence about the various references which have been made concerning him in the Vaughan said there was a simple explanation for his acceptance of the deep freezers Hoffman and Bennett desired to extend this courtesy to me as a and I in turn made gifts these units to certain iriends of Informed of Vaughans state Joseph McCarthy who has been active in the senate com mented In view of this admission on the part of I would very much like to have tht Verley com pany explain whythey spent ap proximately for gifts and what in turn they expected from a committee See Page Column 1 OGDEN EXAMINATION Hoover Continues Rail Trip After Gall Bladder Attack GRAND 14 President Herbert suffered a gall blad der attack while crossing Nevada was feeling much bet ter Sunday as his train through His Bernice said Hoover is feeling much He played cards last eve ning and plans to go on from tq 13 UP Herbert Hoover was stricken with a gall bladder ailment Aboard an train Ke tinued his after emergency Keith Stratford of whoboarded the train here at the request of the Southern Pacific Mid the 75 year old the nations only living former rallied quickly after the Hoover is en route to New York after celebrating his 75th birthday at a public reception at Stanford Palo The former president told Dale Hadfield at 1 think I am having a gall bladder I have had them before and I know what they met the train and wasushered into the Hoover com He emerged 20 minutes later to announce The attack was a mild one and Hoover will go on to New Hoover left Palo Alto reached Elko before dawn Saturday and arrived in Og at M S An ambulance was waiting1 in the Ogden railroad yards to rush Hoover to a hospital the Call fornian did not leave his train Hoover heads the Hoover com mission which is studying reorgan isation of the federal go tion Mtired air force and airplane Bates said he will ask when the committee meets again that tha or an anony mous document put into the hear ing record last Tuesday be brought before the Senates Farm Support Bill Faces Dispute IS The senates compromise farm pricesupport bill was threatened Saturday with another sharp dis how the government should get rid of some 000 worth of farm products it The bill now is pending in the senate agriculture committee awaiting final But Chairman Elmer Thomas told a reporter that he is not with the bills feature concerning disposal meas ures for the potatoes and other products Uncle Sam has taken 2 Million Worth Weve got more than worth of farm commodi ties piled up we find some way to get rid of thatand other products acquired under price supports or the whole pro will Thomas Thomas is expected to call a closed session of his 13member committee next week to act upon the bill developed by a subcom mittee headed by Clinton Anderson former sec retary of Anderson has been urging beta Democrats and Republicans to agree on the new He claims unanimous backing of six other members of the drafting subcom For many years the Agriculture department has been supporting farm prices by a system of loans and Under loan a can reclaim his commodity if market prices are high enough to give him a profit after repaying the government loan and storage Otherwise Seizure Otherwise the over the wheat or other At the request of the Anderson group authorized a new assistant secretary of agriculture n charge of nales as part ofthe compromise He would be sort a merchan dising or tales manager for farflung operations of depart ment in moving the stocks into disposal But Chairman Thomas said too many reatricttoni art placed UUw 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