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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS TSO IfttonMnteh Network StetioaKALL tknotk AMay alt WEAfHKft Partly cloudy thude It 147 SALT LAKE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE iTVB CENTS Dulles to Try For GOP Senate Post Sees Issue Decision Assures Hot Campaign T UP bigname contort this fall for one of New Yorks two key seats was assured Wednesday when Jobs Foster who is servisg by an nounced fie is ma for election in his own Herbert former New York governor and exdi rector general of the UNBRA foreign relief already has announced that he will accept the Democratic nomination if it U of fered Dulles employed similar delicate phrasing in his saying he really hadnt intended to run but would gladly accept the Republican nomination if it came his Issue of Statism Dulles is going to pitch his cam paign on the issue of He said he would fight proposals which exalt the state at the ex pense of the Banker Lehman and Lawyer Dulles will battle it out in the na tions most populated state for the seat relinquished last July by aged and ailing Democratic Senator Robert who hadnt answered a senate roll call in two re signed after a series of conferences with Democratic His res ignation was timed so as to make a special election mandatory this Had he delayed a few clays Thomas Dewey could have named Dulles for ths iill rsKisinxJer of YVagsieis which expires Beads Acceptance 61yearold bespectacled international announced his decision by reading a state ment to He has never been a candidate for public His association with had been broad and in Numerous state department as signments were capped by his service as adviser to secretaries of state James Byrnes and George In named a United Nations representative to the United Nations general as He is a prominent Presbyterian and in 1940 was named by the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America as head of its commission a just and durable In making his announcement Dulles emphasized his belief that the United States should have and maintain a bipartisan foreign policy Bermuda Girds For Hurricane 7 ne vere hurricane roared toward Ber mudas honeymoon isles Wednes day With winds of 130 to 140 miles per the mammoth disturb ance swept northward at about 12 miles per hour nnd was due to strike the Britishowned resort 600 miles off the coast of South Carolina Thursday At 11 the storm was cen tered about 150 Rules south in latitude and longitude It had picked up forward speed after veering northward at eight to 10 miles an Reports from Bermuda said stores were boarded up and resi dents were battening flown every thing in army planes based there were ordered to the The Royal Bermuda Yacht club put out anchors In preparation for the Ill Gladly Accept Nomination to Run SenJohn Foster tells newsmen hell gladly accept the Republican nomina tion to run for the unexpired term of Rob ert who recently Two Admirals Contradict B36 4Smear Testimony 7 Two admirals Wednesday stonily contradicted the sworn testimony of navy Under Dan Kim ball that he took steps to investi gate a smear campaign against he air Kimbali acknowledged that he was in error about one phase of his testimony before a congres sional last month and gave a rieW The second version was promptly countered by another denial from one of the Notorious Worth Note The testimony developed in the formal atmosphere of a inavaf court of inquiry which is in vestigating the source of data contained in the now notorious Worth memo attacking the air forces B36 bomber expansion Cedric former ayear special assistant to Kim has acknowledged authorship of the once anonymous memo which created a furore on Capitol Hill this After admitting that he wrote the Worth recanted all the charges of corruption and po litical wirepulling as He is now under Explain Testimony Kirnoall told the naval court he erred when he testifiedbefcre the house armed service committee last month that heordered the di rector of naval intelligence in to investigate the unsigned B36 Kimbali gave this explanation a few minutes after Rear Thomas of naval contradicted Kim balls congressional testimony and swore that he had never discussed the matter of the memo with Kim Kimbali did not ask me about Inglis I was in Europe at that time in I have asked three other officials of the office of naval intelligence whether they talked with The answer from all three was in the Admits Date Error ing on Capitol Almost immediately af tsr Kim ball finished Price told the naval court that Kimbali had not discussed the anonymous document with him at he he first learned that Worth WHS the author only when Worth admitted it be Kimbaii then explained that he was in error in his testimony before the house He said he now finds that it was in Record of Six Years Topples As L Mercury Hits 103 LOS 7 Even the Chamber of Commerce agreed it was hot Wednesday in Los Angeles as the temperature soared to 10S degrees shortly after It was the hottest day in six years and the wannest 7 of all Not nince had there been a day as On that date the thermometer also reached 103 The high Wednesday was five degrees higher than the previous top temperature reading for Back in 1944 a high of was reached on the same Thousands flocked to beach areas to cool off in the surf while in the city workers sweltered and improvised means of cooling off at their Wednesdays Meet wave was a continuation of Tuesdays high when the thermom eter went up to 93 mak ing it the wannest 6 in 21 The heat was attributed to a high pressure area in Nevada that a wave of air into coastal The heat was blamed for the death Tuesday of a 2yearold boy who suffocated in a parked Water consumption in Los An geles reached gallons for the compared with a daily average consumption of 000 The high temperature was ac companied by a low humidity of 19 per increasing the fire haz ard the The fire depart ment issued a warning against careless smoking and banned open burning tnsh to pnvcht not that he ordered an Kimbali said at that time he talked with Vice John deputy chief of naval opera tions for and suggested that naval intelligence look into the The under secretary said he acted after of Air Stuart Symington informed him there was a attaching his t Ship FaU Kills Escort Critically Hurt 7 The liner Excaiibur anchored in Boston har bor Wednesday its Atlantic voyage marred by a stairway fall which cost the life of a Texas debutante and caused serious in Jury to a young man A coast guard cutter met the American export as it ar rived with the body of Adrienne of Robert was carried aboard the cutter and later taken to Peter Bent Brigham Miss Atwell and Willard suf fered head injuries in a fall down a ninefoot stairway between the boat and promenade decks last Cause of the fall was not Federal Judge Kin The granddaughter of Federal Judge William Atwell of was returning from a Mediterranean cruise with her par and Webster At and a party of college She died early Tuesday despite efforts of three Samuel gave this ac count of the stairway fall About Greenwich last Saturday SST Miss and Willard were ascending thestairway between Witnesses reported they were walking up the two and a halffootwide stair nearly side by Both Fall Backward When about halfway they fell backward landed on the promenade The ships Rob ert removed the couple to the ships The girl was almost unconscious was A radio message asking for oxygen brought the army hospital to a rendezvous with the Capt Groves said the sea was fairly calm at the time of the couples Miss Atwells father said the accident was meat in explicable since the sea was only moderately rough and the stairs were those generally used by all the The line said with daughter and seven other col lege sailed from New York last June 28 and toured Mediter danesn ports and SLATED FRIDAY Peace Efforts Fail to Halt Rail Walkout An llthhour effort to avert a strike cf 5000 Missouri Pacific raiiruau operating employes broke down and union officials said the set for Friday 2 was Tbp officials of three of the four unions involved in the dis pute met Cleveland and issued instructions as to how freight destined for Connecting railroads should be handled when the strike Arbitration Not Discussed official who attended ths meeting said the request of the national mediation board for re consideration of an arbitration offered at a conference in Washington last was not And a spokesman for the Broth erhood of Railway Trainmen said he saw scant hope of averting the Besides the Brotherhoods of Locomotive Engi neers and Locomotive Firemen and and the Order of Railway Conductors are at odds with the Missouri Pacific on 282 unsettled claims growing out of differences in operating More Affected Railroad spokesmen said that a baggage and ex press embargo will go into effect early about 12 hours be fore the strike An em bargo on cutting off more than 400 plants in the Louis area and many southwest points from rail freight transportation is alread5r in An additional Missouri Pacific nonoperating employes will be thrown out of work when the operating workers walk 7 presidential emergency board Wednesday urged further nego tiations to avert a threatened strike on the Southern Pacific The board made its recommen dation in a report to Harry S Truman on its efforts to settle a dispute over union demands for new working Wyoming Plane Wreck Yields Bodies of Three 7 burned bodies of oilman Roy his wife and son were found the wreckage of their plane on the side of Whisky 44 miles north of They had been missing since Saturday on a flight from Den ver to where Pat terson was manager of the Thermal oil The plane had crashed and burned about or 11 Wyoming civil aeronautics di A civil air patrol pilot Wednes day sighted a smoldering fire on the slopes ol the peak and notified civil aeronautics officials lit They dispatched a ground party that found the crashed Gripps Asks Easier Entry Of British Goods Into Attlee Pledges Full Effort To Cure tils Sept 1 Minister Clement Attlee declared Wednesday that while the disbalance of trade be tween the sterling and dollar areas was an international the British people would do their ut most to make the fullest contribu tion to Its Addressing the annual meeting of the British trades union con he demanded an allout ef fort to produce and sell British goods in the dollar market and he invoked the continued close sup port of trade unions for gov recovery An Uphill Climb Despite the difficulties of Brit ains uphill climb to complete eco nomic he the government and trade unions would not be and the task was faced in a spirit of con If we stand he we will overcome Although his speech was the first major public statement of British governments attitude toward the Washington conversa the prime minister did not make the momentous announce ment of new crisis policies that gome had he softly but insistently reemphaslzed the need for greater restraint ia wags omy in and faith in the labor Repudiates Device He specifically repudiated the device of lowering wages as a means of reducing costs of British goods and implied his opposition to reducing social nancial have ob viously aroused fears in the trade union movement 4nd have been the subject of speeches in the TUC While ending the workers Standard of the prime ister at the same time demanded from them statesmanship and a in llOC Vi Illgu the Killer Whisked To Asylum Warrants Out 7 NYN murderer Howard was removed suddenly Wednes day to the New Jersey hospital for insane at Trenton for observa tion as 13 murder for each of his is sued against the former artillery Unruhs 13th John Wilson died Wednesday from a bullet wound at the base of the 18 hours after the killer stalked the street in front of his home and mowed down neighbors and strangers in ven geance against neighborhood Remains Oaim said County Prosecutor Mitchell was as and unemotional Wednesday under questioning by two psychiatrists as he was when he went on a ram page Tuesday with his German luger pistol and pumped bullets into his victims at close His only said was that three of the victims were chil Was Unruh insane or did he know he was doing The prosecutor refused to dis close what the two psychiatrists who examined Unruh Wednesday Two other psychiatrists saw him Cohen said he wdfild wait on their written find Bible Reader The Biblereading war veteran will be kept at the Trenton hos pital for insane for at least two If he is proved he faces the maximum penalty of death in New Jerseys electric Each of the murder warrants charge Unruh killed un and with malice We are going to do everything we can to see that Unnih pays with his life for the lives he wan tonly said We are going to try Unruh for first degree murder as soon as wt can determine the exact sequence of the We will list the complaints in the order in which each slaying After the psychiatric examina Page Column 7 Sir Stafford Cripps Wmtto chance to earn more GEORGE SAYS t UP Walter George of the senate finance com mittee Wednesday opened senate debate on extension of the recip rocal trade agreements program by warning that the economic fu ture of Great Britain and the rest of Europe depends on U tariff Together with Republican foes of the administration he made clear that the AngloAmeri can dollar crisis which here wilr play an important part in what prom ises to be lengthy senate consid eration of the explosive tariff British Are Coming T am not one to set up a cry that the British ars George told the They are If Britain goes ws will go down too in a matter of George said later he did not mean that Britains collapse would result in utter chaos in the United He said a gradual reduction in the value of the pound sterling would have great economic but a drastic drop would shake the worlds economy and bring uncertainty and unrest in our Eugene Millikin of Colo influential Republican op ponent of the charged that it had strangled farm ex hurt the oil and fur indus and killed the American watch He appealed to the senate not to sit In ivory tower and say been damaged by the Ranking Member ranking GOP member of the finance also as serted that bilateral trade agree ments had mushroomed among European countries since the pro gram became He said more than 200 have been Even before George formally opened George Malone cautioned that the dollar talks may be only a smokescreen to hide an admin istration scheme for establishing free trade with They fired the opening shots in battle which saw the senate split sharply along party particularly over a proposal to keep in the reciprocal trade agree ments law the socalled peril point amendment drafted by the Republicanstsered 80th The senate is considering a bill which simply would extend for another three years the program laid down in 1934 by former TeDs Parley Funds Crisis Perils World Economy 7 Stafford Crippt asked United States Wednesday to give the British a better chance to earn He warned that the British financial crisis the whole trading structure of the The British chancellor of the exchequer did not go detail but it was plain he for one easier entry of British goods into Cripps spoke at an afternoon session of an American BritishCanadian conference called to consider ways of ending the British which is marked by a growing shortage of the dollars Britain vitally needs to support Remarks Made at Closed Session of Treasury John top also as did Finance Minister Douglas Abbott of Their remarks at the closed session were made public Wednesday Snyder said the was prepared to take all steps to Kelp though he made plain that no new money grants were in the Be said the help must be within the framework of our existing foreign economic He said he expects the British to get alone with a diminishing rate of Amer ican financial assistance under the Marshall Cripps said he was not expect ing any charitable He said the time has come for the Britain and Canada to consider some readjustments in our economies to prevent ire Britains Future Depends On Tariff Policy bill eliminating the and Re of State CordeH The house ias passed a peril point are fighting to have it written into the senate The provision requires the tar iif commission to set points below which tariffs cannot be cut with out injury tc American If the president approves any tar iff reductions below he must explain to congress why he took the Truman has denounced the proviso as and Re publicans have countered that it isa Fuelled quent economic Abbott also called for readjust and more He posed the question whether pros Arthur said he Could not under stand administrations opposi tion to the peril point ment since had agreed to the principle Ox tuc vFSutr law Under the escape a na tion can seek tariff relief if it is found that the rates are hurting a particular If the peril point procedure is such a heinous isnt the escape clause thesame kind of he MORALE BOOST Bradley Asks PayBfflOkeh 7 Wt Bradley said in a letter madepublic Wednesday that unless congress passes a military pay raise the caliber of armed services will Senate Democratic leader Scott Lucas of Illinois placed the let ter he had received from Bradley in the congressional In it the chairman of the Joint chiefs of staff said Either we services in a place better reexamination of policy ing foreign investments and the distribution of the financial bur den of political reipontiblHties in parts of the Far East Situation did not what he meant by but there has been speculation that Britain might the United ttifties in UK Far British by Foreign Minister i who will be heard from the bespectacled British scouting any idea that he was ex ca I should like to make it plain that we are not here to ask for charitable aid or for any special direct assistance beyond that which is contemplated under the Marshall which we hope win continue until the middle of the date originally fixed for Its Pledges Effort On Britains he pledged every effort to reduce the cost of production to enable our indus tries to supply on a competitive basis the goods Vhich are needed by the rest of the As for the other two countries represented at the he said It would be of the greatest pos sible assistance and encourage ment to us if the and Canada could take whatever steps are pos sible for them to enlarge our portunities of earning and to work towards existing and creating new he de Crippa echoed earlier remarks ay Bevin in describing the basis of Britains financial trouble as the attract and retain competent in dividuals by enacting the military pay or we accept a progres sive downgrading of the caliber ot personnel ofthe armed I am sure you will agree with me that the international position of the United States makes the acceptance of the latter hazardous in the A bill increasing the pay of members of the armed services about annually has been passed by the house and ap proved by the senate armed serv ices the debts and destruction position tc nomic dislocation which was caused by two The British he must persist in carrying out its drastic import curbs as a means of saving ant though their consequences may be and undesirable as we consider Cripps added that the labor gov ernment hopes to minimize the effects o tHena import cuts on British but said at best this will be painful and will prob ably retard the steady increase of productivity on which otherwise we could have Senators Go By ARTHUB EOSON 7 football star races up and down the before he enters a A boxer flexes his muscles by pulling on the ropes and shadow boxing before he fights his But not the It came back a weeks holiday and admiring listeners couldnt help but notice that the without a single preoratory were in mid season The senate met promptly at After the opening Senator Scott Lucas I suggest the absence of a He was right He always nays that at the open ing of a and hes always right During the roll call Olin Johnston came by as if he wanted to tell us demon report ers and naturally I whipped out my ready to get it all Im glad I I drove in from home this said Think Ill go now and get a The clerk went through the list twice before he got enough Then the senate turned to nondebatable Senator after senator got up to insert some speech he had or someone else bad in the congressional It was during this period that the senate acted most Senator George Malone had introduced a substitute to the re ciprocal agreements which was to be He said he also had few words to Senator Lucas thought the Malone was saying might violate the nodebate Does the senator want to de bate this now Lucas Up got Kenneth Wherry to say that Malone was not the MIL I have only a couple of minutes more to be fore anyone could decide whether he was explaining or Iw When Walter finally got up to discuss the trade agreements it waa Which means the up 40 minutes before it nutiy got down to mldseasoa sJl   

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