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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS btormoantahi Network Station KALL Mondij Tkrouth WEATHER Rain or snow Wednesday on 16 5 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS House Reach Farm Bill Accord Compromise Ends Major Hurdle Blocking Sine Die Adjournment 18 leaders agreed Tuesday on a compromise farm bill that guarantees continued high prices on milk and butter but would let sup ports drop on eggs and The measure was one of the last major hurdles to sine die adjournment of tile long and tir ing session which may come Wednesday or Farm bloc leaders were sure they had a bill acceptable to both high and lowlevel price guarantee NAVAJOHOPI Solons Okeh Indian Aid The senate late Tuesday ap proved by Voice vote a new bill providing for a 10year program for rehabilitating the Navaho and Hopi Indian tribes and sent it to the The new measure was offered by Joseph OMahoney as a replacement for one vetoed by President Harry S Tru man The features of the vetoed bill to which Truman had objected were omitted from the new meas President Truman objected to a controversial section in the pre vious bill which would have given states civil jurisdiction over the Minimum Pay Bill Voted 90 Days Wait 35 cents an hour wage hike for some workers in pri vate industry was approved by congress Tuesday but the pay raises wont go into effect for 90 days or They are provided under the new minimum wage standard which the lawmakers voted to set at 75 cents as compared with the present 40 cents an In making this change in the wagehour how they left uncertain the num ber of workers who will be exempt from its Goes to White House The senate and house originally had passed differing versions of the new minimum wage bill which a conference committee compro mised last This draft was approved Tuesday by the house on a 131 to 19 with the senate following suit later in a voice The measure now goes to the White House for President Tru mans In asking for a higher pay floor for workers engaged in interstate Truman also had requested congress to expand the number of workers The first voted to lop off about from the workers presently given this The original sen ate bill would have removed about Needs Court Test advocates and that Harry S Truman will sign The compromise ended a five day deadlock between senate and house agents on how long the government should support farm prices at their wartime 90 of 90 for a Year The house voted to continue the for at least one more The senate voted to keep some at 90 for one year and then provide a flexible range from 75 to The compromise took parts of both plans but would post pone the major impact of the sen ate scheme at least until Parity is figured as the price a farmer should get in order to en joy purchasing power equal to what he had in a base us ually Government pur chases to guarantee 90 of parity often keep the housewifes mar ketbasket prices higher than they would be Must Support Prices Under present the govern ment is required to support the price of milk and butter fat at 90 of The compromise for the first time since the give the Agriculture department discretion to cut the support levels next year on but terfat and A new system for figuring the parity would serve to postpone an actual price drop on milk and butter in the near Supports for the six socalled basic crops tobacco and at 90 through Ends Alken Law The compromise wipes out the socalled Aikea providing a sliding from 60 to 90 of which was to have gone into effect It also at least until next a fight over the admin istrations socalled Brannan plan for letting food prices drop in the market place and keeping farm in come high through direct subsidy Major provisions of the com promise include Continuing present supports for basic crops at 90 of parity for 1950 cutting it to 80 to for 1951 and then a range from 75 to 90 for 1952 and Two System Two systems for figuring par with farmers guaranteed whicheverishigher through The senate agriculture commit tee figured that corn and peanut farmers will re ceive higher supports under the old Tobacco and rice farmers will get most under the socalled modernized version that has a 10year sliding base Truman Orders StepUp Of Atomic Production Military Expert Returns for Probe Lawton army chief of greets Collins at National airport upon return from inspection in far He will testify before house committee in inquiry Into policies of Admirals 6Lies Jeopardize Symington Says rebuttal to the bitter charges hurled by top navy brass during the past two Vandenberg will testify Wednes The committee recessed until then after Symington completed his Omar chair In strongly worded testimony man of the joint chiefs of 18 UP of Air Stuart Syming ton Tuesday accused the navys admirals of spreading lies and recklessly jeopardizing national security in a bid to muscle in on the air forces strategic bombing to the house armed services com he made plain his feeling that bignavy boosters have stooped to reprehensible including circulation of a new anonymous an ef fort to discredit the B36 atomic bomber and seivice unification policies in LeadOff Witnesses Symington and Hoyt of were the leadoff witnesses as the committee began hearing air force chief and Dwight hte aitf expected to testify with of Defense Louis Johnson and Army Chief of Staff Lawton Collins going to the stand later in the Collins reached Washington Tuesday after a speedy trip from the far where he had gone to inspect army For Defense Up to Truman UP completed action Tues day on three bills to bolster the nations cold war defenses behind powerful 58group air force and cleared the way for a final vote Wednesday on strengthening wrongdoing in B36 bomber Security Symington took up the navys charges one by one and curtly dis missed them as sense or The worst part of the he is what they have done to imperil the security of the United States by disclosing details of defense plans and aircraft per formance data which should have been kept The clearly aroused secretary also asserted that an anonymous document entitled The Strategic Bombing Myth is being He likened it to the now famous unsigned charging po SUSTAINS MOLOTOV Vishinsky Tells Press LAKE 18 foreign minister An drei Vishinsky told the world Tuesday that Russia has had a real atomic weapon since At his first news conference in this country since becoming for eign Vishinsky also warned that Russia would not rec ognize election of Yugoslavia in the United Nations security coun cil election scheduled for Thurs Vishinsky sarcastically recalled that many persons had thought his Vyacheslav was bluffing when he said in 1947 that the atomic secret no longer Bluff Held Real This he told happens to be a realweapon which Russia has had at its posal since Vishinsky refused to say wheth er Russia would pull a walkout from the security council appears likely Marshal Titos renegade Communist government wins Thursdays Russia never tells in advance what it is going to he Vishinsky said one way to cre ate an optimistic atmosphere to day would be to give up the bomb Says Changes Vishinsky said he found a chang in United States public opinion since arriving for the gen eral assembly session last before Harry Trumans momentous announcement of at Soviet atomic I discern more objectivity and sobriety in the Vishin sky The war psychosis has Those who thought the atomic bomb was every thing now say the bomb might slip but of their hands and fall on their To Oppose Yugos Vishinsky contended that elec tion of Yugoslavia would be a gross violation of the char ter and the gentlemans agree the majority of candidates put forward by each regional group Vishinsky labeled the Yugoslav candidacy a pernicious plot masterminded by the United Major Expansion Move To Cost Million 18 major speedup of American atomic production at an eventual cost of more than was disclosed on Capitol hill Tuesday Chairman Brien McMahon of the senatehouse atomic energy committee announced that Harry S Truman Other lias authorized the start of the accelerated McMahon called it a major expansion Sources placed the cost at more than While McMahon cautiously dined to link the stepup with Trumans historic disclosure last month that an atomic explo sion has occurred in there was little doubt among other law makers that there was a McMahon said it is an accel eration of planned production j which has been in the planning stage since early last he it will ly leave the planning stage to be1 come Follows Closed Session McMahons announcement fol lowed a closeddoor session of the sought by the western min Andrei Vishinsky Molo tovs bluff was real Buss naent tradition on election of council He said the gentlemans agree ment1 provided for acceptance by allies Breaking a monthlong deadlock that had threatened the house and senate whipped through a final version of the rec ord peacetime ap propriation for the navy and air force and sent it to the White Labor department experts say a j and makes allowances for labor j House for Harry S Trumans court test will have to be made j before they can determine accu rately the number of people who will be exempt under the final ver sion adopted The which is scheduled to take effect 90 days after the presi dent signs contains two provi sions affecting newspapers 1 Employes of newspapers in cluding dailies which have a cir culation of 4000 or less are Main features applying to non basic crops include Mandatory supports for butterfat and milk products at 75 to 90 of They are pegged To Build 839 Planes Part of the ear marked for the air force would be used to add 839 planes or 10 and 2 newspaper de1 supported up to 90 at the dis livery boys are excluded from cretion of the agriculture depart hour and child labor More on farm page at 90 under present Even if the support level is cut to the new parity formula would keep the actual price about the hogs and similar perishables may be sions of the I column MEET AGAIN TODAY Conciliators Hasten Efforts To End Big Steel Strike is Thousands more are joining in The rovernment speeded its efforts the walkout daily as contractors K t i with aluminum and steel fabricat w settle the big steel strike employing more while allowing John Lewis Ders of ganle unjon and the soft coal operators at least another 24 hours before it moves in on their strike negotia The meeting between Ocldbcrg and the conciliators was in prep aration for sessions in New York Wednesday afternoon between Most of the new craft would be with none of the money being spent on the contro versial B36 longrange super The senate followed up its ap proval of the big money bill by passing a appropria tion to finance military aid to western Europe and other free nations threatened by Communist Most of the funds would be spent in sending them American tanks and finance Engineer Center The arms aid measure was re turned to the house for acceptance of minor changes in funds ear marked for various government The house already had quit for the day and will take it up Also deposited on Trumans desk were bills which would Authorize a pro gram of aeronautical research call ing construction of a big engi neering development center and 22 Conciliation director Cyrus Ching and Steel offi highspeed wind Ching and his chief i Grant the defense department Peter Seitz and William Wednesdays meeting will bepower to spend for met for several hours with the first between government rep Arthur general coun sel for the CIO and the strik ing steelworkers Goldberg has been Philip Mur rays top legal advisor in this Around steelwork erg walked out 1 in protest against employers refusal to agree to pensioninsurance plan financed wholly by resentatives and the nations most important steel producer since Che strike Similar conferences with officials of Bethlehem Steel number two in yearly steel ingot output were military construction in Alaska and The giant defense largest in peacetime was whipped through the house with a minimum of But there were angry protests held in New York last Ching in the senate against backing also met counsel for Youngstown I down in the monthlong fight with Sheet and Tube company lunch j the house over the future size of jthe The committee discredited this document last August after Cedric a former civilian navy admitted he wrote it and that he had no facts to back up the Naval Reserve Aid Symington told the committee the new document was distributed to newspapermen all over the country by James publisher of the Banner and a naval reserve cap He placed in the record a letter of transmittal in which Stahlman said he was distributing incon trovertible facts about air force strategic bombing claims because Power Board Post Goes To Wallgren 18 Ignoring previous senate Harry S Truman Tuesday named his old capitol crony Mon Wallgren to the Federal Power commission as replacement for Leland Olds whom the lawmakers blackballed last He also picked James another companion of his senate to serve on the Federal Trade commission to succeed Garland Ferguson who is resigning 15 after 22 years with the Both Wallgren and Mead are Dem Shortly after the nominations reached capitol the senate commerce committee stamped its unanimous approval on the pres idents choices for the two 000 a year I Contrasts Action This speedy action was in marked contrast to the reception See Page Column 6 Wallgren received last March when the senate armed services committee voted 7 to 6 against 1 OTJllns confirmation as chairman of IJOUOter Files National Security Resources To Force Peek At Knox Gold Carroll Kearns who doubts the na tions gold is really buried at tried a new ap proach Tuesday in an effort to look at the glittering He offered a bill calling on the treasury to turn 000 worth of the gold reserves into gold pieces and sell them to the No one would be allowed to buy more than and the pieces would be coined at the current price of Keams said liis plan would strengthen confidence in the in tegrity of the American dollar which even comedians are kid ding He previously introduced an other bill calling for a joint sen atehouse committee to go to Knox and see whether the gold reserves are really buried as the government Months later Truman withdrew that nomination after fruitless efforts to induce the com mittee members to change their view that Wallgren was not suited for the key defense The resources boards task is to draw up policies for the best mobilization of the nations man power and other resources in case of Senators Switch Vote Several senators who opposed Wallgren for this post expressed the view he was qualified power The power among other regulates utilities engaged in interstate transmission and sale of electric power at before ths commerce com mittee reaction pointed to confirmation of Wall gren and both of whom had served with Truman on the old senate war investigating Lyndon Johnson who led fight against said he thinks Wallgren is well qualified for the job and will be a tough Nourse Sings Swan Raps Deficits 18 Edwin G quitting weeks as chairman of the presidents council of eco nomic Tuesday loosed a blast at the government for slip ping back into deficits as n way of Nourse the federal government should be put ting its fiscal house in order and husbanding reserves to support the economy if less prosperous times overtake The governments 1 econo mist for the last three years de livered his views to the National Retail Farm Equipment at its 50th anniversary Deficit Spending In the Homer Fer guson called attention to Nourses remarks about deficit He said congress during the current session has approved government expenditures of Of this vast he is in cash and is The Michigan senator declared there can be no progress under deficit spending and said that neither the Truman administration nor congress has shown sound economic Wellplaced officials disclosed that Nourse informed Harry S Truman he will leave the government The date is it was whether or not Truman has officially ac cepted the Quite Dissatisfied Behind Nourses these sources said in his be lief that he has failed in what he regards as a fight to keep the economic council on a strict pro fessional plane of factfinding and divorced from politi cal Mine Subsidy BiU Dead Until January 18 No further effort will be this session to enact mine aid legis loint congressional com mittee with of the atomic energy It said the A EC is going speed up operations immediately at its two great atomic plants at Oak and president has authorized the A EC to use some of its budgetary reserves to get started on this McMahon told Prom other informants it was learned that the AECs budgetary surplus was approximately Spur Construction Program McMahon said it would prob ably result in speeding up the present tSonetrvjction program by four In a related the senate Tuesday night quickly approved a bill to ease certain curbs on A E C spending which had been written into an appropriations bill for the current fiscal The chamber passed the relaxa tion measure by voice vote and sent it to the Is the law UQJV the A E C must clear its plans tthrough tttte budget bureau before starting new McMahon contend ed this might delay the program by much as six The senate Majority Leader Scott Lucas and Eugene Millikin and Bourke Hickenloopre Iowa Joined McMahon in urging approval of the Vital to Security Lucas called it vital to the se curity of the United and Millikin said it was very im portant to national Meanwhile Soviet Foreign Min ister Andrei Vishinsky told a news conference at United Nations head ng That was the report of Wesley DEwart a member of the house public lands Tuesday DEwart said there was no ng of the committee Tuesday after the bill was all but killed y house action He said understands no further action s planned until congress comes jack in The house refused to suspend the rules and pass the providing for incentive payments for ex tforationand conservation of stra tegic The vote Monday was 176 to 118 to suspend the but a two third majority was necessary to maKe the motion The measure had passed the but the house rules committee failed to clear it tor house leading to the maneuver seeking suspension of At that time both din Peterson chairman of the public lands and Engle a told reporters after the failure Monday nothing further could be done for the proposal until Jan French Fiscal Chief Given Cabinet Task 18 minister of finances under Robert Tuesday night had been commissioned to form a new French cabinet and had promised to answer whether he would make the attempt after consulting with political groups quarters in New York that Russia Mayer began the task after it had been refused in quick suc cession by Schuman and Francois has had the Abomb since He did not Approximately of the A E Cs budgetary reserves will be thrown at once into the accelerated programs at Hanford and Oak it was Henry Jackson de both of the Popular Republican and by radical leader Henri Mayer had told Vincent Auriol he thought Queuille was the man who ought to be selected to weld party groups told reporters the new pro1 Before beginninghis consulta gram calls for an immediate start on a expansion pro gram at the Hanford plutonium Jackson said the is over and above the already earmarked for construc tion at The amount to be spent at Oak Ridge was not McMahon went out his way to avoid any implication that the current speedup is the result of Trumans statement last No successor has been it 23 that an atomic explosion has See Page Column 2 been detected in Mayer endeavored to induce Queuille to undertake the mission in which Jules the Socialist was first to Mochs resignation came after he had been formally indorsed as premier but could not get the support of various party Mayor said that Queuille de clined to return to the political arena but had given him encour agement and even promised to accept a cabinet post in the event that Mayer should be confirmed as premier by a vote of the as WINNIES DAUGHTER Actress Sarah Churchill Weds SEA 18 VPi j offshore a fleet of fishing boats Sarah and Anthony Beauchamp were married Tuesday in an idyllic setting by the She is the auburnhaired daughter of Britains wartime prime A Georgia country ordi nary Edwin Dart of Glynn married them as an au tumn sun shed late rainbow rays over the blue Atlantic The 34yearold bride and the 32yearold a British so ciety stood by a flowerdecked altar near a bay window in the redbrick home of Alfred wealthy resort Between them and the ocean was a vista of sand waving beach grass and Just hauled in their nets and headed for The ceremony was a simple but exclusive attended by only 29 Newsmen and photog raphers were The vows were the same as those taken by Georgia couples in any of the states 159 the descended from a long and noble British and the groom had to go through a routine required of Georgia cou health examination and The willowy Miss Churchill entered the Jones home on Beau champs She was gaily clad in a beige and bluegreen striped bro ade skirt and a pale pink satin offtheshoulder She wore a threestrand pearl necklace with A rhinestone clip and an orchid toulle offthefaee veil with sweetheart roses on She carried bouquet of white orchids and Her shoea were tnd high The couple announced they wilJ leave by plane for New York at 3 Wednesday for a little bit of honeymooning before launch ing again into their Beauchamp said they will stay in New York with tnd Jack It was the second marriage for Miss the first for Btau She and her first hus Vic an divorced Oct   

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