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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermoimtaln Network Station KAIJL Monday Throufb WEATHER Considerable Details t4 179 SALT LAKE MONDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Bill Logjam Stalls Congress End Senate Starts Stretch Drive On Must Legislation 9 hope to adjourn this week dimmed Sunday under a backlog of half a dozen un finished The stretch drive in the where most of the work was delayed by the traditional oneday recess to honor a deceased Bert who died The Monday recess puts off at least until Tuesday a sen ate vote on farm price support an administration must for this Other chores to be done before the tiresome tenmonth session include Defense house scheduled a vote Monday on Whether it will accept cuts the senate made in air force and strategic stockpiling funds of the appropriation Point houses hope to approve this week bills to carry out Harry S Trumans point four program for econom ic aid to underdeveloped areas of the The banking commit tees of both houses have approved bills to guarantee private invest ments under the program against Austria Gives AntiReds Big Majority 10 two antiCom munist parties making up Aus trias present coalition govern certain types of loss Bills to export technical knowhow also are Olds senate vote on whether it will confirm the ering twothirds of the registered vote in Sundays national elec A new drawing its sup port from former in a sur prise development ranked with the Communists trailing in fourth This was the first national elec tion since On the basis of the latest un official count early Chan cellor Leoppld Figls Rightist Peo ples party had 45 of the 000 registered the strong ly antiCommunist Socialists the extreme League of In dependents 13 and the Com munists Before the Figl and the Socialists agreed to continue their coalition if they The corresponding percentages of the popular vote received by the major parties four years ago was 49 for the peoples 46 for the and five for the The league of inde which depended largely on amnestied former Nazis for its was not permitted to vote in The latest count on distribution of seats in the lower house of the new parliament gave the Peo ples party the Socialists the league of Independents six and the Communists The chamber has a total membership of In the 1945 elections the Peo ples party won 85 the So cialists 76 and the Communists Plane Mishap Fatal to Trio 9 UP Slick Airways cargo carrying three crewmen and a crashed late Sunday north of Cheyenne municipal airport after its controls apparently were locked by AH of the crewmen were killed The Laramie county coroners office said two of the crash vic tims aboard the C46 had been identified but their names were being withheld by officials of the airline until their next of Kin had been Operators at the municipal air port flight tower said the plane radioed that it was low on gas and that it would have to make an emergency After it was given clearance the pilot radioed again that the plane was icing A few seconds field per sonnel they saw a huge flash to the third fiveyear term on the fed eral power Truman and Democratic national chairman William Boyle have turned the heat on Democratic senators in what appeared to bs a losing fight for Minimum Wage Hike Minimum wage Senatehouse conferees are near agreement on minor differences over a bill to increase the minimum wage law from 40 cents an hour to 75 Displaced lead ers have scheduled as their last major item this year a fight to pass a houseapproved bill which would let more of Europes war displaced persons enter the United It seemed unlikely that it all can be done by 15 which Vice Alben Barkley said last week is the target date for wind ing up the present With the end of the session in administration leaders were satisfied with almost 100 achievement on foreign af fairs and partial success on the domestic Major Truman Defeat Major administration defeats in the 40 weeks congress has been in session were failure of the pledge to repeal the TaftHartley labor law or enact any civil rights The senateapproved aidtoedu cation another administration bogged down in the house on a religious pa rochial schools should get federal One of the chief achievements was passage of a longrange hous ing and slum clearance It got through with the help of important Republican Republican help also contributed to success of the administrations foreign policy Seven Die in Coast Truck Car Crash 9 Seven persons were killed and two others seriously injured Sunday night in a spectacular A truck and trailer carrying butane gasoline and a passenger car plunged over the railing on the j Yolo causeway a few miles I east of The stale highway patrol said the truck and trailer attempted to cut in front of the which con tained at least six Both I plunged a i The car caught At least j three of its occupants were ere i mated their final glory Sunday when they loosed an assault reminiscent of past great Yankee teams to crush the Brooklyn 10 to and wrap up the 1949 world series in crowd of five A howling packed into Ebbets watched champions unload 11 the new solid Navy Leaders Face Battle To Save Fleet Old Sea Dogs Enter House Campaign To Retain Air Arm Cuts Tariff Rates To Aid World Trade Casey of Yankees wags a finger as he appears to be telling a glumlooking Burt Shotton of the Dodgers how Yanks won series four games to Yanks won last game PACK FIELD Yanks Whip Bums 106 To Grab World Series 9 the arc which had been Yorks invalids of destiny reaped switched on for the first time in a including a home run by the great Joe a triple and three doubles off six Brooklyn pile up a 10 to 2 lead in the first six innings and win the clincher going Page Bears Down Everything was normal at the end of 3hour and 4minute Joe the top relief pitcher of the was in there for the 63rd time since the campaign bearing down and striking out Dodgers CIO Supports Olds Okeh To FPC Job 9 The CIO Sunday threw its sup port behind Harry S Tru mans drive to get Leland Olds confirmed for a third term on the Federal Power In a letter to all members of the Philip CIO urged the legislators to vote for Olds and thwart the efforts of the private power He said these Interests stand to gain a possible through increased value of natural gas reserves if Olds is The real he is wheth er the oil companies will be free to charge what they want for natural gas or whether the federal government will maintain regula tory powers over the If the oil industry succeeds in removing Olds from the power it will have gained a major victory in its campaign to escape federal regulation of the price it charges for natural Murray Through increased prices of gas at least 000 will be added to the value of all companies known gas re Olds has run up against stiff opposition during senate consider ation of his A com merce subcommittee voted unani mously against Olds and the full committee backed up that decision by recommending that the senate reject world He wag as he had so often done during the a lead which nad threatened to evaporate when his Yankee Vic came unbuckled in the Brooklyn seventh and was pounded for four including a homer by Gil the Dodger first with two mates Fans Three in Ninth In the ninth inning Lefty Joe rose to the heights by striking out Duke Jackie Robinson and Fearsome the last with two to throttle the final gesture of the stricken Flat It was Joes third ap nearance in the and he Tnade it his In crushing their National league four games to the American league bombers scored their 12th world series victory out of the 16 playoffs in which they have In closing only the second game at the stadium to Preacher Roes brilliant the Yanks conclusively proved that they were a better team than the Brooks as long as Page was on call in their Fierce Batting After being stopped almost cold by big Don Newcombe and Roe in the first two games and being similarly illtreated by Ralph Branca until pinch hitter Johnny Mize came through in the butt end of the third the Bronx sluggers finally came to life in the last two struggles and laid it on the Brooks with a heavy They ripped into Rex Barney for two runs in Sundays first in knocked him out with a 9 The navy brings its biggest guns to bear this week against Penta gon defense doctrines in a now ornever battle to preserve its full sea and air It marshalled before the house armed services committee such old sea dogs as Fleet Bull Ernest King and Chester Nimitz to nail down grave contentions that the nation is being put on the wrong security The committee is investigating explosive unification troubles with in the armed and charges by navy men that it is not getting a square deal from a landlocked Pentagon high Johnson to Testify It was certain that of De fense Louis Johnson and other top service chiefs will have some explainingto do before the sen sationpacked hearings are Crusty chairman Carl Vinson confirmed Sunday earlier predictions that Johnson will be called before the commit Vinson already has proposed curbs on his And with Johnson probably will be called air force They will be given a chance to answer Vinsons charges of plotting to scuttle the navys air arm and its carrier Praises Banshee Arthur the navys 1 electrified the committee Friday by de nouncing a cheap and easy con cept of future through an atomic He also called the air forces toppriority B36 bomber a gamble with national To be first of a score of technical and expert witnesses including the retired admirals comes up Monday to support Radfords claims iri the navys chief test pilot and commander of its Patuxent River test got the ball rolling The navys jetpowered Ban shee earner fighter he can do everything to the B36 that the air force says cant be Any duel to test the compara tive merits of navy and air force he will result in See Page Column 4 Military Squabble Weakens Connally Warns 9 UP Chairman Tom Connaiiy of the senate foreign re lations comtaittee warned Sun day that public squabbling among the armed forces is weak ening the nations hand in world affairs at a critical moment in Without taking Connal ly expressed his keen regret at the air forcenavy row over defense strategy which is cur rently being aired before the house armed services He appeared for an early peace between the disputing saying it is vitally necessary if the United States hopes to be effective in its ef forts to maintain global Slashes Tax on Million Ties Other Levies 9 United States ah nounced Sunday night that it has agreed to cut tariffs on an additional worth of imports to help revive world It also has agreed to freeze present tariff rates on another worth of The concessions were made during four and onehalf months of negotiations among 33 countries at The meeting was ranked as the second most important tariff confer ence ever The participating countries handle fourfifths of all the worlds 7 Every country made some tariff TA RAflT PAfT Red Advances Spur Flight Out of Canton Combined T and UP HONK 10 Senator Says Backs Rap at AEC 9 Bourke Hickenlooper said Sunday that secret testi mony of the air fcrse high com mand supported his charge of in credible mismanagement in the atomic this was quickly A Democrat on the sharplydi vided senatehouse atomic com mittee expressed the view that what the air force officials had to say in no way backed up Hicken loopers accusation against the atomic energy This committee member asked that his name not be Calls Top Brass The committee met behind closed doors last Friday wfth the of the Air Force Stuart Symington Hoyt the chief of staff and Curtis head of the strategic The air officers suddenly were called to testify at the request of William Knowland He and other members of the joint committee have declined to say what was discussed at the hushhush But Hickenlooper told a re the testimony certainly did contribute to substantiation of what I have been saying all On the other the anony mous committee member said I couldnt see that it substan tiated the charges made at There has been some specula tion that the air officials were continued to rake Jack Carl Erskine and Joe Hatten until they had run up their apparently safe 102 margin going into the seventh Broun Slams Triple During their big Bobby The Nationalist government was j summoned to discuss speedy rand I reported to have started evacuati abiity of the atomic bomb to the ing Communistthreatened Canton in favor of Chungking Monday amid reports of a serious rift in its Spearheads of the Red armies were said to have rolled to within 50 miles of Canton where a fleet of chartered planes reportedly be the hitting hero of transferring government per days fourth slammed hissonnel and air force in the event of Much More Comprehensive Without either confirming or denying that I can the subject much more comprehensive than Hicken looper After the twohour top secret Brien McMahon player ever has belted more than rfTeis aside for the foreign legations two in a fivegame world which were scheduled to make the weak and wan from transfer Monday to his recent bout with a virus infecj the wartime capital in Chinas finally got the range in the rugged western fourth and poled his homer near the left field foul line with the bases He was given a fine ovation by the Brooklyn who had pitched a fine game on the second of the series but was victimized by Roes looked safe as a bank Ignore Rear Guard Reliable private reports said the Communists were advancing despite strong rearguard actions by Pai Chunghsis National j i They were said to be approach ONLY 18 MONTHS OLD Pierre Swims Channel in Five Hours 9 UP the California sea flippered across the English chan nel Sunday inthe smashing time of just over five The newest channel swimmer made his bid for fame and television and movie contracts as part of a stunt for the radio pro Truth or Condemned to assist in managing the venture was Burt Kennedy who missed a question in a statesside whose full name is Pierre and whose address is Cali plunged gleefully into the cold surf at Cape Gris Nez at Greenwich mean and flipped onto the pebbly beach east of Margarets bay at Only 18 months Pierre thus Is the youngest channel swimmer and the fastest The swiftest crossing by man is a little over IV In the except for a tight fitting black to which was attached long Pierre started his swim after a break fast of The 30foot held by his Ross who rode in a rowboat towed by a motor was to keep Pierre from wan dering off toward the Bay of Biscay after more It was a leaping Sometimes Pierre raced apparently not noticing any tides or if there were At others he headed for and appeared to be towed back were when the iXJlnted straight down into the dark green McBride said that was when he was look ing for fish and perhaps finding Now and then his handlers tossed out one of the 35 weighing in all 15 which they had brought and Pierre lunched as he He seemed to think it was fun and still was a lot of swim ming in him when he reached He still had energy to frisked among some Eng lish spectators and took a playful nip at But McBridoe let him remain on English soil only 14 He quickly packed him in his straw filled traveling case and put him aboard a motorboat for His handlers were disturbed by rumors they might be met by off i seven hits and a pair of scattered but nothing and it seemed a cinch the righthander could carry on with his big Four Straight Balls But he suddenly found himself He said later it was tough out there under the hot He got Pee Wee the first Brook to face him in the on a line drive to then walked Spider Jorgensen on four Duke who was to tie an unenviable world series mark by striking out for the eighth time later oix chose that point to bang a single past second and into cen ter sending Jorgensen io Jackie Robinson lofted a high one to Gene Woodling in on which Jorgensen trotted When Hermanski worked the sweating Raschi for a Page began warming up his flipper at Pai from removed his headquarters Lingling 120 miles south west to K w e i 1 i capital of Kwangsi Kwangsi is Pais home prov and he evidently has tlected to use his men to defend it rather than the pro visional Nationalist Tighten Defense Ring The Nationalist military news agency said three armies pos sibly men were heading north from Canton to strengthen the defense belt around the the Red pressurl to wards Canton has not yet de veloped into a major Private reports said the bulk of Chen Kengs invading forces were still in the Namyimg about 155 miles northeast of Can a fast but he wasnt quite Both Generalissimo Chiang Kai soon Hodges found one j shek and acting Li Tsung to his liking and laid a hot smash into the seats in left to score Snider and Kcrmanski ahead of him and make Use count cials of the Royal Society for the i too close for Casey Stengels corn Prevention of Cruelty to jen issued strong statements for Mondays DoubJe Tenth holiday the 10th day of the 10th which is the anniversary of the Chinese re i force has to deliver the atomic bomb it can get the bomb in McMahon replied He did not how the subject of the confer The civilian commission haa custody under law of the bomb McMahon that it is maintaining extremely close liaison with the air Hickenlooper first voiced AEC mismanagement charge last It touched off the com mittee concessions and received some The United States lowered as much as 50 be ow the rates of while other countries cut their tariffs on some of the goods they buy from the United Negotiators hoped the new rates would increase the flow of goods both A top American negotiator said over the United States got just about as much as it Effective Dates New tariff rates will not go into effect until at least arid most probably will become effec tive gradually during the follow ng As a result of the this country hopes to get a better ireak in foreign markets for such basic agricultural products as cotton and as well as motion pictures and other manu factured AH products on which United States concessions were made are in demand in this the state department Goods Classification American it were frozen or lowered on goods in these classifications Chemicals and drugs vegetable oils crockery and glassware stone and products iron and steel and their products ma chinery and tools wood pulp and other products sugars and molas ses tobacco and its products meat and fish products dairy products and vege tables and preparations made from them Other Products Textile and fiber fabrics and other products paper and paper products jewelry shoes and other leather goods musical in struments dyeing and tanning and Most of these goods should be imported into the United States in larger quantities at slightly cheaper prices although most consumers probably will not be able to notice the Congress Set For Arms Fund Debate administration request for to pay for American shipments abroad it expected to go to congress possibly with a plea from Barry 3 Truman for approval before In addition to the appropriation Truman is expected to sign an executive order Monday calling for advance funds by the R P C to get the aid program This was al lowed by the authorisation which committed congress to the arms aid At the same tune the first ses sion is scheduled of the new three man AmericanBritishFrench standing group of the North At lantic military It will supervise the active defense prepa rations of the 12 pact nations ing their might against any ag Chairman Clarence Cannon of the house appropriations committee predicted congress vote the before adjournment despite plans wind up the ten sion within a As another the senate due to act this week on nomination of James former ambassa dor to to serve as ad ministrator of the arms enterprise under of State Dean Ache Canada Cuts Tariff8 For 132 Nations 9 announced Sunday night that it will cut tariffs on 140 items to 32 The department of external af fairs released details of the trade negotiations carried on at this These had resulted in agreement among 33 nations represented to reduce their on 140 experts calculated that these concessions only would affect about per cent of Canadas total export and the depart ment said the reductions will not go into effect until at the although all were expected to be effective by next May A protocol setting out details of the concessions made at the con ference will open for signature at United Nations Lake Leon assistant undersecretary for ex tennal will sign for Canada almost Harvard Opens Law Classes To Bright Coeds 9 in the fall of the Harvard law for the first time in its 132year will admit qualified women Women have come a long way in the law since they were first admitted to membership in the American Bar in said Dean Erwin in announcing the decision to admit women Opportunities for women in the law are still he and the faculty is well aware that many able men are turned away from our doors every It is our ex pectation that we will admit only a small number of un usually qualified women students for the at Candidates for admission to Harvard law school must be college As a result of the law school all branches of higher scholarship are now open to women at Harvard The Harvard medical school conferred the degree on a woman for the first time last Approximately 1350 women who have studied in gradu ate schools are among the Harvard Cash Injection Seen Cure Of Berlin IDs 9 5VWest Ber lin was hurt so much by the Rus sian blockade that only loan can revive industry and This is the conclu sion reached today by British and This sum is entirely separate from the moat econ omists here calculate as the pri mary cost of hte allied airlift and other measures taken to keep Ber lin alive during the Soviet squeeze of Contact 0000 Firms The conclusion based oh a survey of 5000 industrial firms in the three western sectors of tht divided The findings were established by a special tripower committee and were explained in detail to EC A The ex tent of EC A aid to west Berlin will depend largely on this Aid to the antiCommunist sec tors of Berlin has been The extent of that aid might be stepped up as a result of the new Russian move in east establishing a Communist govern ment and basing it in the Soviet sector of Survey The allied survey shows that all including public util ities requires a loan of 676 marks to restore employment to normal and also to compete with western Germany in normal mar In the city needs working capital of This is a total of The present official of exchange is per which brings Berlins well over the The target of normal listed the survey is a month before the Russians clamped down their At that were about unemployed eft western which has latlon of Today k X   

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