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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS fetonuountaia Netoroik Station KALL fMoodiT Ihraiifh WEATHER Fair and continued warm Details on Page 6 B 129 SALT LAKE SUNDAY AUGUST 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Britons Depart for Dollar Talks As Ire at Critics Mounts KNOW YOUR UTAH Slayer Details Ogden Hotel Death Drama Admits Killing Blonde To Silence Scream Asserts I Was Tribune Leased of blonde Shirley Scott early Friday morning in an Ogden hotel was the aftermath of a drunken Richard Dix ex declared in a written Ljke Silva who confession obtained Saturday by i won The Tribunes recent Puzzle Fans Contest can Ogden gain financial security for yourself and member of the Pocatello Thirteenth ward of Have Make Money With Tangle Towns High pleasure and golden fortune Such are the delights which lie ahead for readers of The Salt Lake Tribune and Salt Lake Telegram in the announcement on page 2 of this newspaper of the new thrill and skill Utah Tangle A total of 212 cash awards and merchandiseprizes valued at will be divided among winners of this intriguing Utah Tangle Towns is a brandnew kind of pastime which really has Its a game which combines pulsetingling drama and adventure with a puzzle device so yet so it will hold you spellbound from start to Heres your chance to have endless at the same time win as much as in cash for your efforts Dressed in a sailor uniform and looking haggard after long hours of the suspect signed the confession at Satur admitting that he strangled of Seattle and with a pillowcase and stuffed her body into a clothes Clerk Finds Body The nude body of the young woman was found at Fri day by a night clerk at the Roose velt l2825th shortly after a man in sailor uniform was seen rushing through the lobby to jthe Pack was arrested in Salt Lake City an hour the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints and mother of three won in cash for her efforts in the Puzzle Fans Now a similar opportunity comes again for residents of the intermountain west Utah Tangle Towns is based on the historical greatness of the state of Utah and its colorful march from a pioneer encamp ment to a leader among the nations 48 Ths game will salute 45 of Utahs villages and London Labor Rap Attacks on Partys Policy 20 advance guard of British experts who will take part in the Washington dollar talks left England on the Queen Mary their departure signalized by a mounting wave of resentment here over American criticism of British governmental As the steady lashing from certain sections of opinion raised welts on the British supporters of the Labor gov ernment struck independent organs showed a flash of injured national and the conservative press Leader of the delegation leaving Saturday for the financial talks which open 6 was Sir Henry Wilson second secre tary to the British him were Holmes of the board of Hall of the economic section of the cabinet and a treas ury Sir Stafford Cripps and Foreign Ernest Bevin will sail next Saturday on the Queen The stream suggestions that Britain would need less dollar help from the if she would do more to help gave rise to this headline in the Sunday a proLabor tabloid which claims BRITAIN CRISIS Air of Defeat Casts Pall Over Parley 20 An air of defeat already over shadows next months American We British are tired of Yankee British conference on Britains economic Truman administration officials Lions Tail Emanuel minister of and British economic and political in a speech at de hamlets and yet to you do not have to be a historian experts predict that good many dared it was time the American or consult any research books The only requirements for winning are a ready wit and a sharp sensational proposals will be put and other critics quit sneering But they say there is at Britain and remember that In addition to the 210 cash prizes two special awards little chstace that both sides will j the game of twisting the lions will be including a Buick 4door sedan and a General Elec 1hoto of developing mushroomshaped burst ol fire from an atom bomb blast was the first re leased Saturday by the atomic energy commission since tests on Eniwetok atoll in the The AEC announced the bombs showed improvements over the original otherwise kept mjr Poll Indicates Solon Okeh Of Arms Bill 20 UP foreign mili tary aid program will be approved by the joint foreign relations and armed services committee of the a poll of the 25member group showed Saturday But this is no assurance that the plan to rearm Atlantic pact pow ers and five other nations will breeze through the senate without heavy There is strong opposition from a large number of senators who are not members of the A United Press survey showed that 13 members of the joint com mittee will support substantially the full program asked by Harry STruman and of State Dean Three sen ators suggested major spending re six were and three were not available for com Comment by the committee members ranged from Chairman Tom CaraiaUys warning that heavy reduction would emascu the entire security program to a statement by Pdchard that a 50 houseapproved arms cut didnt go far The poll was taken 48 hours after the house sliced off the administration Some of the senate committee members said the house vote would have a delayed action effect on the Republican Styles Bridges Leverett Saltonstall and Raymond were absent and were not ON THE INSIDE SECTION 12 6 Editorial 11 Intermountain 14 SECTION B 14 6 Deaths 6 11 13 SECTION S Classified Advertising613 14 SECTIOK W SECTION H Farm Over the Fence SECTION M 18 Radio GIVES FEW CLUES AEC Releases Pictures Of Eniwetok ABlasts Another Bomb Page IA 20 The Atomic Energy commission came out Saturday with first pic tures of its hushhush bomb tests at Its amazing what they did not They are views of test proved improved Guy chief of detectives trie combination televisionradiophonograph at said evidence he had Turn now to page 2 and read about Utah Tangle Notice Lue sample puzzle and try to solve And when you see how easy it is to play the send the coupon to The TribuneTelegram and be among the first to get full instructions about Utah Tangle attack Tuesday night upon Vema who escaped when passing motorists came to A Idaho Falls police said that pack was involved in a sex case there two months ago and forfeited a bond for carrying concealed The case Involved a young Mexican woman en route to Butte who refused to sign a Suspect in Butte Cases William Milligan of the over the original model used in i Ogden city police department said New Japan and at Since the tests at the elosely guarded Eniwetok proving grounds in Jthe AEC the Marshall has announced the tions held in the spring of 1948 involving three bombs of im bombs demonstrated a substan tial gain in explosive energy release over previous Thats technical lingo meaning greater explosive AEC Keeps Mum The AEC has been mum as to whether the bombs were bigger than their or whether the scientists had learned how to cause more of the potentially ex plosive material of the bombs to contribute to the Probably the latter is closest to the from a pictorial the explosions of the new bomb bear a very close resemblance to those of the earlier The pictures show aatua deto Fine Hits Chutist In City Leap Picture on page 12A NEW 20 U A freelance cameraman with a pen chant for photographing the city from a birds eye view parachuted Saturday for the second time of a bomb and the AEC the towers of The repeat performance of his 1947 leap cost him the amount of a fine imposed under a law enacted after his first The law makes it unlawful for any person to jump or leave from aircraft or any other device in parachute within the limits of the city except in imminent Precarious Landing Leonardo a for mer combat landed safely but precariously on a nine story apartment building on 38th street between Park and Lexing ton only the parachute hooking over a chimney ox the leaving DAt tolico dangling in Police got him down while a crowd of peveral hundred looked In he also landed without in a backyard on 44th near That time he was aiming for the center of Times Pilot Didnt Know As in DAttolico told po lice he the stunt to take movies over the He said he he was awaiting word from where Pack was believed to have attacked at least two young Butte women in Police Shaw said Sat urday afternoon that he had re ceived a telephone communication from Great authori ties to the effect that Pack has a police record in the Montana where he allegedly has committed sex Scott was born April in a daugh ter of and Bunnie Rat She is survived by her Edward Ta her and her Edward Packs confession told how an argument started when the couple went to the hotel room after meet ing in a 25th street Detectives Russcil Furt and See Page Cuiuinn I shot about 45 of film this As in he said the pilot of the light plane on which he hitched a ride didnt know he was going to When he opened the door of the planes he he told the pilot he was just getting a better view with his But it appeared the outcome of the second jump might not be the same aa the In DAttolico was charged with endangering other people didnt make it clear whether just one or all three explosions depicted in various familiar fireball and big mushrooming cloud are Feet j of smoke curl sideways from center of the N Physical cul Beautiful or parach Its a small airp ghastly according to how landed safely feel about such But the photographs give was nis way clue about what the bombs 81st like or how they both of whirt The official captions for pictures are masterpieces of landed near ity and the commission declines and an amb add a single them One caption said Cloud formations give an pression of a sunset rather just some bomb i ways wanted to GRAINFORDISTDLLERS Probers Claim 20 letters reqi Republican members said and urday that the senate group kinds for f vestigating five per centers was not senate five per ce evidence that Harry actually tit Vaughan once complained to its agriculture department about it grainfordistillers in future h Testimony had been earlier that the White Karl Mui military aide once attempted meanwhilt get the departments sugar is inv tioning section to fix that the Whi for a firm that violated the aide got roug tioning In both with an it was he brought aid i by telephone on department of grain Senate it was the same tim also have evidence McCarthy Vtughan on several of tube 20 Bernarr ited 3000 it really was Jiing Ive al Russia Hits Tito Treatment Of Urges Revolt 20 Yugoslavia still were being perse Soviet union warned Marshal Tito cated despite earlier Soviet warn Saturday that it would be i and declared that the So viet government will have to re sort to more effective means to protect the rights and interests of Soviet citizens in Yugoslavia and bring order to the unre strained Fascist necessary to defend Soviet citi zens in and urged the Yugoslav people to change their Radio Moscow broadcast the text of a new 3000word Russian note to charging that Gestapo methods of rule prevail throughout the country and that the Communist party of Yugo slavia has become a branch of the political The Russian note rejected an earlier Yugoslav charge that the Cominform resolution excommuni cating Tito was say ing that only two governments in Europe regard the resolution as a criminal They are the Greek and the The Soviet note cited the Com inform resolution of last year which called on the people of Yu goslavia to remove their lead ers if they did not admit and correct their a n d j Conimunist attempt in a week to claimed the resolution merely had advocated democratic overthrow the and the election of new The note pointed to the removal of Earl Browder from the leader ship of the Communist party of the United and added In Marxist congresses are not to extol the but to discuss the activity of the existing leadership a critical and if to renew the leadership or replace it with a new In all Marxist parties where there is internal party such a method of changing the leadership is natural and entirely The broadcast document de clared that Russian refugees in esting special priorities of is the letters But evidence investigating re agriculture in 1913 about he would question Vaughan about the grain incident when the em battled general appears to The grainfordistilling incident was reported by two government Mundt asked subcommit tee investigators to look into the case He said investigators will ques tion Nathan former ad ministrative assistant to the agri culture when he returns from a business trip to Puerto Mundt said the investigators would try to get notes kept by Koenig on the telephone call from Vaughan as well as all other infor mation he has about the McCarthy said the grain mat ter one of the things ht wanti to ask Vaughan Chile Declares Martial Law In Red Revolt 20 UP Warships were rushed to Chiles vital coastal mining areas Saturday and modified martial law was declared in mrge sections of the country to counter what was described officially as the second The entire naval fleet was mo bilized to isolate and occupy the coal mines in Concepcion and OHiggins provinces south of and the nitrate and copper mines in northern Chile where there are heavy United States Divide Fleet Gabriel Gonzalez Videla said one half of the fleet was sent south at dawn and the other half to the An official statement said the outlawed Communist party was continuing to develop with in creasing intensity its revolution ary It added that Communists were counting on a general sirilte in volving hundreds of thousands of banking and indus trial workers but that prompt ef forts by democratic leaders had frustrated the They did in preventing 2500 miners in the Lota and Lirquen collieries from going on Red Uprising Videla said this was an other Communist attempt to un seat after the government succeeded in suppressing this weeks bloody Communistinspired riots in Santiago was quiet Saturday in contrast to the mining Buses and street A government statement said 400 were on strike compared with 1700 At 6000 miners went on strike and seized the The government ordered troops to move in snd arrest nil the strik Troops occupied other coai mines near Lota and Coronel Schwager in Concepcion Stafford and Foreign Sec retary Ernest Bevin are expected to argue that the crisis was forced by the economic recession in the United which caused dras tic cuts in American spending for British colonial products such as tin and The British are spending dollars faster then they get The American viewpoint will be presented by of the Treasury John Snyder and of State Dean he is governed by American views now will argue that the British are responsible for their own diffi Inflexible Economy This argument is based on the contention that they have failed to develop the flexible kind of economy that would permit them to cut prices in the world market to compete with American and to take other measures by which they could sell enough of the things they make to buy all the things they Canada is to be in on the talks as a vastly interested third The conference opens 3 and is expected to run about a agree at this meeting on a broad tail is a risky one it may plan of action that will set John i recoil on those who indulge in Bull back on wellshod financial feet There is a of an irritating dispute over who is responsible for Britains present Source of Crisis Britains economic Sir this The suggestion that Britain See Pound Devaluation The major American proposal for action by the accord ing to all advance will be an insistent request that ripps and Bevin agree to devalue the pound from its present rate of to some substantially lower For their own American officials are ready to suggest a number of relatively minor moves such as improving American tar iff procedures to encourage im ports from Britain and the empire and providing technical assistance to British industries and to colonial in an effort to step up the marketing of British products in the United is played out is sheer he adding that it was time due recognition was given to the part played by this in world when we have almost exhausted ourselves in six years of war and find ourselves in a grave economic our magnificent efforts in the past are he Worst Possible Time From the British point of view the citicism from abroad couldnt come at a worse British and Canadian officials will go into a huddle in Washing ton 6 to see whether they can find a lasting cure for Brit ains dollar The British have been hoping for decisions reached in an atmosphere of sympathetic The See Page Columo 5 Reds Instigate Finn Protests 20 Communist party Sat urday called for nationwide anti government and hinted that Russia and Britain might in tervene if the cabinet continues to fight the Redled strike wave which has crippled key industries and idled Communist newspapers called for demonstrations throughout the country to protest against the violence and murders in stigated by the government in its efforts to deal with the labor The party executive committee notified Juho Paasikivi that the firm antistrike measures ordered by Interior Minister Aare Simonen openly violate the pro visions of the peace The peace treaty which ended World War n for Finlaid provides that disputes concerning the in terpretation or execution of the treaty shall be settled by Britain and with the assistance of some third nation if the two can Broadcasters Defy FCC Ban To Keep GiveAway Shows NEW 20 Nations broadcasters convinced listeners cant be indicated Saturday they will defy a government ban on giveaway shows until the courts make a pending The point to be decided is this Are the radio quiz shows which award annually in mer cash and to be classified as or are they just entertainment The federal communications commission in a ruling issued Fri day said a good many of the especially the ones offering the biggest jackpoti to participants at are Although the Ban is to become effective the broadcasters plan to start legcl proceedings at so that enforcement probably will delayed for many Comedian who has been criticizing the quiz programs for several got his second wind upoa hearingabout the F C C Marconi is applauding in Ma Allen Its about they took radioaway from the scavengers and but be fore they stop giveaway grams they ought to give away television and get back to good Groucho who runs a show of his said in Holly wood Is happy about the FCC He said pro gram wouldnt be affected by the because needs to have brains or talent to win A typical question on his he is Whats first 3   

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