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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS fetonnoutatn Network Station KALL Friday WEATHER Ctaudy with fTMstDK frMftjr M M 6 SALT LAKE THURSDAY OCTOBER PRICE FIVE CENTS 81st Congress Adjourns Session Bradley Raps Navys Fancy Dan Critics Malcontents Wont Imperil General Says 19 Omar the nations top military Wednesday smacked navy critics of national defense plani as fancy dans who wont play unless they can call the chairman of the joint chiefs of gave the house armed services committee my personal views in a word and asserted I believe that the public hear ings of the grievances of a few officers who will not accept the decisions of the authorities estab lished by and charges as to our poor state of have done infinite harm to our Soviet Forces On Aver Yugos 19 official press reported Wednesday Russia has moved red army troops into neigh boring cominform countries as part of a warmongering cam Marshal paign against Premier Titos The report was carried in a threecolumn article in voice movements made and to Preside national our position of leadership in world the po sition of our national policy and the confidence of the people in their Get on With Job He said it is high time all the services realize they all have a very big and very important job to and we should get on with As the first permanent chair of the j of the joint Bradleys specific accusation aboutJob is to work public in this Enter Romania ning sessions at which the na tions overall defense strategy is The article declared that Russia In a fervent plea for unity in has moved into Romania through1 that he said Bucharest with some small units Eac player approaching the border toward Each player on this 1 whether he shines in the spot 1Sht of tne backfield or eats The article reported that comin1 in the linemust be an all form Communist Internationl In1 formation bureau with Russian border are strengthening He said it is so much corn pound folly for admirals to tell trenches and bunkers all along their frontiers with All these military preparations are being followed by stronger propaganda in the frontier Borba In Borba forti fications are being built and warj talk is being stepped up under the i and 6bundinli congress that navy fighting pow er is being destroyed under uni He Blasts Navy Claim also labelled ridiculous navy testimony belittling the ef fectiveness of the atomic If the bomb is not such great he wondered why is the navy so anxious tc use it That was a crack at navy pleas congress to revive the can 19 Harry S Truman Wednesday accepted the resignation of a gov ernment foe of deficit while congress wrote the last dol lar mark on appropriations which added up to a possible 000 federal Truman voiced my thanks and my appreciation to Ed win retiring on 1 as chairman of the council of economic Doesnt Mention Criticism His letter to Dear Nourse did not mention Nourses criticism Tuesday of the governments ex cursion into red ink And Nourse said he didnt aim his crit icism at the Truman administra tion But the flareup raised some lastgasp cries for economy in con gress even while the senate slipped into the foreign arms bill a pay boost for senators and won house consent after an angry battle of The about was minor in re lation to the prospective Harry Byrd cap tain of the senates antispending put the redink figure even higher by next June end of this fiscal he no big new appropria tions are passed next Urges New Exertions He called for new exertions to put Europe on its feet quickly so American taxpayers can stop carrying the rest of the world on our But in Economic Cooperation Administration Paul Hoffman predicted this country ator met Wednesday with officials Chings meeting with big steel will have to go on spending of Stael in a bid to j lasted for five hours but he issued War II Leader Raps Malcontents Omar joint chiefs of checks notes Wednesday as he testifies before house armed services He said infinite harm has been done by malcontent Ford Schedules Shutdown As Strike Cuts Off Steel NEW 19 shut down its car and truck as The governments top labor medisembly Nourse Cains Pat on Back Bv President Snyder Discounts Gold Standard 19 John Snyder Wednesday denied re that the United States and Great Britain agreed to go back on the geld Snyder told a news conference that no such agreement was made at the eco nomic talks in He also declared that thin gov ernment neither has any inten tion of putting gold buck into circulation or of raising the price of the precious The report that the had made a secret gold agreement with the British was widely cir culated in congress and in finan cial Asked about the possibility of a gold price Snyder said he opposes such a settle the 19dayold steel strike statement Wednesday night as been an historic explosive spot in the Diplomatic circles have said that if trouble the paralyzing effects of which were underlined Wednesday night announcement that Ford Motor will close 15 because of material General Motors said it would have to reduce operations o four days a week beginning Chrysler spokesmen said they plan to begin a curtailment it probably will begin R T respect he to Cyrus Ching emerged from a brass tacks session with the pacesetter of the steel industry navy assertions face the news that coal and bombing with would slaughter j mnuueiiL civilians and be mor It said on the frontier the w Albanian army has taken over the United Sufetes ghould j to use the bombs full psychologi ical and military effect toward i preventing war if we toward winninr to any progress had been a year for foreign aid after the Marshall ends in w wueuiei CLUJT HBU William assistant That doesnt mean the plan is said the talks would be Hoffman EC A can resumed at il ibe closed down on but There is nothing to Mar1 special situations throughout the golis Since we are meeting world will require American sup again there will be no Port he said The lobbies of the capitol buzzed A Ford spokesman said the with comment on Tuesdays crit idling some duction this Borba said that in Albania Rpniv under the leadership of Soviet ep y work on fortification i atomic of frontiers is being carried j villages and banned civilian move ment at statement to the press the With CC of government spending presumably j uttered by be necessary even if the I said he was unhappy steel and coal disputes are quickly to see government slipping back resolved nlo deficits as a way of He gram French Decide Chief Today 19 at Navy Perils Bradley testified after Hoyt air force chief of told the committee the navy is endangering world peace by try Need for Stockpiles Ford said it would take at least iof federal and had to lace me news inaicoai ana w to b nd i kind words for some business prie steel shortages will force Ford to tockpileg to See Page Column 1 tion after the strike is accompanied by two as arrived from Washington in midafternoon and met with John Steel vice j president and other corporation The meeting place Hotel i High Level Farm Prices Support Wins Approval 19 UP Congress Wednesday finally ap proved a high level crop price sup port but not without a cry of Claus from some city Before the house approved the measure 175 to James Fulton inquired pointed ly if Saint Nick wasnt one of the Frederic Coudert 19 Elbert Thomas Utah and Arthur Walking Utah voted for the com promise farm price support said the residents of New York City would be able to contain their en district on Manhattan Island contains none of them Farm Staters Dissent Farm state members struck back They said the bill would underwrite continued pros perity for and by no means represents a gouge at the city deplored also a farm which pays subsidies out man Harold Cooley N of the house agriculture commit Lewis Assails AFL Head For Inertia 19 John Lewis Wednesday assailed ing to r5n out on an agreed F L Pres William WHITE SULPHUR 19 next move to settle the coal strikes seems to be up to the Union and operator teams shufj day for a fast start on the admin Prepares Plan to Up Atom Output 19 Congress cleared the way Wednes as with good prospects for win at least a margin over the required personal pledge that the B36J Lewis last week urged nine of He was expected to j atomic bomber can do the job j the richest AFL unions to joinj we nave about reache i margin of 20 votes despite navy claims it is no his United Mine Workers in of the Its The bill went through the sen ate 46 to clearing away the last big obstacle to final adjournament of Irving Ives forced a roll call vote in the crying that the bill would mean higher food prices for consumers and higher costs for Leverett Saltonstall chimed saying that the taxpayer and consumer is the for gotten Opponents In Minority But the final vote showed op were in a tiny seven senators who voted the bill were Republicans Raymond Baldwin He also asserted it would be a j setting up a war Another said everyone was stall His chances of succeeding in the j waste of scarce defense money to j chest to back the pension strike Of j waiting for a call from Wash final stage of getting a cabinet let the navy go ahead with the the C I O steel coalition under way behind a def inite program were not quite so supercarrier United States which was cancelled last Louis Bright and would it was spring by Defense much on the final CIO Philip who also heads the striking in turn proposed that the the U M W and the C I O pool Aim Defeat Russia j their financial resources for the tion taken by the with whom two points of disagreement j common defense and welfare have already been Vandenberg told the committee the labor It is thought that Mayer will that navy criticisms of strategic j L chanes accept a settlement over wages i bombing amount to an attack on I manges which was proposed by Socialist i the current national war plan But Green He said leader Jules who was ap And that he was bluntly that outright merger of proved as premier but was obliged affirmed only two months ago by all major labor organizations un to resign when he was unable to the joint chiefs of including der the AFL banner must come form a i See Page Column S j It is impossible and im he asserted in a for We havejibout reached the end Reacting to the presidents re cent announcement of an atomic explosion in the lawmakers voted to relax curbs they placed only a few months ago on spending powers of the atomic energy com The usually jealous of its hold on the federal eased its grip in this case without a single Not one mem ber raised his voice to oppose a senateapproved measure relaxing i the and the bill went Presumably it would be a call for a showdown session between United Mine Workers chief John Lewis and the industry in the presence of government of It could be government seizure of the JB40 MILLION DAMAGE 4000 Guatemalans Perish In Fierce Slides GUATEMALA 19 j rivers and scores of mountain government announced Wednesday that more than 4000 persons were killed and property damage of more than was caused by the worst flood in Thus less than SOO bodies had been Many were believed to have been sxcept into the beyond The latest official death toll esti based on reports from local authorities over the wide disaster sharply revised earlier offi cial estimates of 1000 Seventytwo hours of torrential Mins caused lakes Atitlan and Amatitlan to spill over the towns streams went into a rampage of ment he death and destruction during the you would do past two mal reply to for labor to pool its resources while divided as it is Lewis last week had referred to the able but Wednesday he chose different words for the terse letter he drafted and dispatched by mes senger to the A F L president at I his You have justified my judg I did not think j You More than 50 bridges and 1200 I miles of highways were Rivers changed their Some such as San Juan Oscul calco were reported destroyed by You rarely Hits Inaction you follow in variably your wellknown policy of anxious As for Greens insistence on a The government said that nearly Lewis wrote 50 smaller communities were oblit1 You cry aloud for labor peace erated either by onrushing tor rents or buried under tumbling Worst hit were the departments of and Sun where the entire cof fee crop was and the de partments of Santa surrounding them while dozens of Jalapa and and labor but seldom do you do anything to achieve j Green had no comment on the j His traditional stand has i been that organic unity must be achieved before there can be any pooling of funds or joint acj tion on political or legislative af I Babies Best Risk For Surgery They Talk Less 19 Babies make better surgical risks than adults and one of the principal reasons why they us ually achieve rapid recoveries is because they dont talk over their operations in advance with the Willis surgeon in chief of Chil drens Memorial Chi told the College of Sur geons Babies come into the operat ing room with no language but a he a baby has an immeasurable and unbelievable will to live It takes an anesthetic and recovers promptly because it has no psy cological repressions and hasnt discussed the subject of opera tions in advance with the neigh An infant is rnore of a test tube than on and if its de which are are mot in the matter of before and after operative a baby will bounce back like a rubber Styles Bridges and Charles Tobey Irving Ives Henry Cabot Lodge and Leverett Saltonstall and John Williams Congressional leaders predicted freely that Harry S Truman would sign the As worked out by a conference committee the measure makes it possible for the govern ment to keep props under farm prices at or near the current 90 of parity level Parity Truman Lauds GOP Cries Statism 10 adjourned day night with a well done from Harry S Truman and a Republican denunciation of The house quit for the year at 7 The seriate wound up its affairs 70 at Barring an emergency requiring a special the men and women who make the laws wont be back in until next January Before catching planes and they gave their final approval to a highlevel farm price support bill and passed a appropriation to arm friendly nations against They had been in session nine and a half Much of the debate was acrimonious some of the disputed questions were settled by thin But all in nounced their achievement He noted that they had tussled with momentous international and domestic problems through tlw wilting heat of one of Washing tons hottest I am confident that the Ameri can people will agree that the K under the bill for the agriculture department to reduce price sup ports next year for all but a few major the de partment also has the option of keeping them up or in some in stances actually increasing For the crops which congress previously has defined as basic rice and peanuts the support level would have to be 90 of parity next year if restrictions on plant ing and marketing are in The range in 1951 could be 80 to 90 of and after that the supports could vary from 75 to Two not equal parity formulas will be in use until 1954 under the One is present The other is one developed by the which takes into account the cost of hired hands and the relationship between the price of and manufactured articles in the re cent along to the White House for ap js a price figured to give the parently certain Under the amendment rushed through Wednesday in the waning hours of the commis sion can start construction of un budgeted technical or production facilties if it satisfies the budget director that they are necessary for the national Without waiting for the spend ing curbs to be relaxed finally by Trumans signature of this A E C and T V A officials outlined their plans to members of the house appropriations com Committee members said they gave a quick ago ahead for the House Okeh Arms To Stop Reds 19 Congress Wednesday night passed an appropriations bill carrying to arm friendly for eign nations against The senate passed the bill by voice vote shortly after the house had The arms money was contained in a supplemental appropriations which now goes to the White House for the presi dents The bill carries money for various A senatehouse row over a pay raise for senatorial office workers momentarily held up the big A conference committee final ly ironed out the differences after house members had stalked out of the meeting in angry rejection of the senate The dispute had nothing what soever to do with the foreign arms money bill which the senate first approved But in giving its the senate had thrown several other items into the omni bus appropriation measure with out consulting the It was those extra cash allot ments which set off Wednesdays House members of the confer suits have been well worth the president said in identical let ters to house Speaker Sam Ray burn and to Vice Alben presiding officer of the House Republican leader Joseph Martin of how issued a statement that the session of the 81st congress which has just adjourned will go down in history as the tree which bent before the Gatau Wide That word has gained wide use Republicans for what they say is a trend toward an all power ful federal government which at tempts to regulate citizens Mr Trumans socialistic pro gram must be stopped in er a fair purchasing power when j ence group finally agreed to the he turns his crops into cash and buys things at the senates request for about to permit each of the 96 senators It would be technically possible I to raise their office were if no the houM chamb as that body adjourned Thm firi committee employes The Eyes of Texas and Down by the Old Mill Stream into the micro phone in front of tht speakers hand shaking1 members whooped with pleasure as Rayburn banged the final Then the members dashed for the doors that led to Started Lost January Since a renewed Democratic majority took over both houses from the Republicans last January the leaves of the famous old hardwoods on the capitol grounds have turned scarlet and yellow and and now are Their number scarcely exceeded the volume of major and con sidered by the The who are going to have to uphold the record of this congress in next years called its accomplishments amaz They pointed out that important seg ments of Trumans program have GOP Disputes Record Republicans said acidly that the record wasnt like that at They said the leadership had been fum the Truman program the spending and trend toward centralized govern ment dangerous to the fundamen tal liberties of the The voters in 1950 willsay who was right when they elect a quota of house members and a third of the The main key to final adjourn ment was the farm For sev eral days it appeared that the house and senate were hopelessly deadlocked on what kind of props to place under crop NEW TRIAL BATTLE Reds Facing Not 10 Years administrations plan to expedite the more than pro Albert Gore acting told reporters afterward that activities of the Atomic Energy commission and NEW 19 11 top Com munist leaders convicted last week face a maxi mum prison term of five years instead of it was learned This became known as the defense began its initial effort to upset the verdict of a federal Motions for a verdict reversal and a new trial were Federal authorities said the 11 defendants LVJU i ii miu i the TV A in Tennessee will both are subject to maximum fines of be expanded He said each arid five years in W98 plained that the defense apparently was aot aware that the Smlth act has The T V A will be able to fij changed to provide lighter nance initial explorations for dam The Smith act makes it a crime to advocate he jHe the government noted that this fund has been criti The defendants were convicted of conspmng to cized often in the I violate this aection of the pand its electric power Throughout the trial the defense referred to the maximum prison sentence each as 10 Apparently they did not know that the act was altered about a month after the 11 communists were indicted July 20 In asking that the verdict be upset or a new trial the defense also asked for a stay of In seeking a verdict of acquittal the defense declared there was no evidence of Smith act In arguing for a new trial the defense said the verdict was not supported by the evi dence and that the Smith act is not constitu The 11 will be sentenced Friday by Fedttvl Judge Harold   

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