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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS IntermountaiB Network Station KALL Throtuh FrMxy akr WEATHER Fair ud MlU TocMajr I Drtalla OB U 39 SALT LAKE TUESDAY NOVEMBER PRICE FIVE CENTS FleM Marshal Viscount Montgomery finds a flank Ing movement to his liking as actresses Bonlta and Janis Paige move In on him at rail of liner Queen Elizabeth on his arrival in New York He wean the famous black beret made popular by him during World War Monty Holds Third War Chance Dim 21 STORMY SESSION Lewis Blocks Seating Of Operators Envoy British Field Marshal Bernard Judge Charles Dawson as Montgomery said Monday he sees coal operators trustee of no immediate threat to open con flict erupting in Arriving in this country for a round of with military Britains 1 field com mander in World War also declared he does not intend to ask for more American troops in west ern The Britilsh victor of El Ala now chairman of Europes vrestern union defense reached New York on the Queen Elizabeth and came immediately to the capital in a air force transport No Imminent Danger In brief talks with he made it clear that he sees no immi nent danger of If there were any immediate I wouldnt be would I Montgomery As for seeking more American troops in western he said 21 John Lewis reportedly blocked the seating of former federal the the miners welfare fund at a stormy threehour session The three Dawson and Styles Bridges to talk about what went on at the bitter Dawson had sought to succeed Ezra Van Horn as the operator Dawson was elected by a vote of the coal operators who signed the 194849 That pact expired June and Bridges has refused to vote to use any welfare royalties estimated at since that Byrnes Urges Reduce Taxes 21 UP James Byrnes Monday night such a question is political in naj sharply criticized administration ture and has nothing to do with The field marshal looked for ward to a great battle between the Army and Navy football teams at Philadel where he will be the guest of Lawton army chief of who once served as a corps commander under In Private Capacity British and American officials said the field marshal is in this country in a private capacity as the spending and called for a cut in federal taxes and public The former secretary of state j padlocked It is virtually the only money remaining in the Only 000 is still in the treasury from collections on coal mined before the contract ran Lewis Questions Legality The votes of Lewis and Bridges would nullify each other on the board Monday on any issue in volving the recogriitinon of Daw as a Some observers speculated that Lewis may have decided would line up with Bridges and refuse to allow pen sions or welfare benefits from the Van Horn resigned in a letter to the coal operators and not to the point which Lewis was quick to use as an argument against the legality of seating Hiss Pictured Red Stooge By Chambers Chief Witness Gives Names In Perjury Trial NEW 21 Whittaker Chambers pictured Alger Hiss Monday as a Commu nist a liar and a spy for the the governments chief witness in Hiss second per jury testified that the hand 45yearold defendant Went to work in the justice department and later in the state department at the behest of a Communist underground chief Tells Dates Turned over state depart ment documents to a Soviet spy ring at regular intervals as late as 1938 Entertained Chambers in his home nearly a year after the last date on which Hiss says the two men The stout once a Communist courier by his own later a year editor and now a Maryland dates and a wealth of details as he testified for the second who rose to high state department listened with scarcely a sign of Once or twice he smiled His graying also named by Chambers as playing a role in the spy sat soberly beside her Gives Details Chambers said Hiss joined the justice department in 1936 and the state department the next year in accordance with the wishes of Josephine Yanez brutal sex slaying Victim of on ADMITS SPANKING He identified Peters earlier as bead of the Communist under ground in the United also known as Alexander left the country nearly two years Chambers gave this account of how he gained access to state de partment secrets in 1937 Hiss would bring docu ments from the state department to his home at the end of the days I would then take the documents to Baltimore where they would be I would return them to Hiss at his home that same Introduces Two Hiss made the documents avail Chambers at the in stigation of Boris iden Horn was in Washington j lifted by the witness as the former most of the but returned to Cleveland Monday Another Session Another trustee session is sched uled for Dawson I may take the fight for his seat1 into court before in the opinion of some persons aware of the In Mondays action post poned a showdown between Lewis and Bridges over using the miners master mind of the Soviet under ground in this Chambers said he introduced Hiss and Bykov at a restaurant in New Yorks Chinatown in made his criticism in a speech at the Southern Governors confer Our real trouble is debt and We cannot cure it by more debt and more We should devote to cutting expenditures some of the thought we are de voting to taxing and But cutting expenditures is not seriously considered in the execu tive and new taxes guest of the English Speaking i will not be seriously considered in which he will address in I So deficit spending will I Byrnes The dapper South Carolinian de clared the cold war with the Com munist bloc and what the govern ment is doing for the little fel low are given as excuses for def icit If you eliminate expenditures for national foreign aid and fixed charges like interest on New York In addition to providing a plane for his trip from New how the armed services were rep resented on his arrival at Washing ton National airport by Matthew army deputy chief of staff for adminis like once served under Montgomery as a corps Lewis has Insisted that the dwindling welfare fund continue to pay the miners hospital But as cotrustee with has challenged the legality of spending the money in the absence of a formal contract be tween Lewis U M W union and the coal operators who pay for the Million Collected About has been col lected from soft coal operators since the miners contract expired last June Since then the min ers have been off and without a Silent on a heralded battle over the fund Lewis and Bridges emerged from a threehour trus tees meetingbehind closed doors with a terse announcement that a decision will be sought at an j the Byrnes you i other session 10 days arranged a small private dinner party at the embassy or Montgomery Monday Montgomery will speak at a Na tional Press club Later in the the joint chiefs of staff will have Montgom ery as their guest for tea in the Wearing his famous black j WH find that we are spending in All payments to miners from Montgomery had a smile and a i one year 15 billion dollars for civilthe except emergency hos hearty very glad to see you for i iandomestic functions of the fedipital were cut off on Ridgway and another I eral 16Jy vote of Lewis and Sir William head of the British military commission to the and Britains repre sentative on the North Atlantic treaty defense Dinner at Embassy Sir Oliver British am Roar Welcome To Youthful Iranian Shah office of their Omar Tea will actually be served at the tea party because Montgomery does not drink Montgomery will be honored at another dinner at the British em bassy Tuesday NEW 21 young shah of Iran smiled and waved his way up Broadway Mon day through a barrage of ticker confetti and shouted good from bobby More than persons lined the street from the Battery to city hall as the hatless Mohammed Rcza Shah Pahlavi sat in an open car heading a 20car The 30yearold ruler of 000 subjects smiled broadly when a group of bobby soxers Hi Shah The royal motorcade was joined Wednesday he is scheduled to i by air force per talk to the national war college I police and Four and have dinner with bands paced the He told reporters he has a date i At city a policeestimated next week with persons watched while May Dwight president or William ODwyer presented the of Columbia under i shah with a certificate for distin mhom he served in Europe during guished and exceptional public World War ODwyer said the Iranian ruler was known throughout the world as a friend of free and said he represents the new in The darkhaired ruler is in the for a months visit as guest of the State The shah thanked the mayor for this most thrilling and said he had a special appreciation of the many cultural strains and backgrounds that converge here in this great In the afternoon the shah spoke before the United Nations general voicing a plea that Stroble Hears Sex Slaying Details Aired LOS 21 A little man who kept his eyes downcast listened silently Monday to gruesome details read from his own confession and heard himself ordered held for trial in the sex slaying o 6yearold Linda Joyce Sixtysix yearold Fred charged with murder in the brutal kept his glances away from Lindas red shoes and an ax which lay on the counsel The courtroom was Out side the corridors were jammed until Municipal Judge LeRoy Daw son ordered them on Fondling At times Stroble twitched nerv After the brief preliminary hearing he was ordered held for with arraignment next Fri eight days after he was Before his arrest he had been at liberty on bail in another child molestation The defendants confession in cluded a statement that Linda was killed last Monday in a bedroom at the home of Strobles daughter because she screamed when he be gan to fondle A read by Deputy Po lice Chief Thad included these questions and answers Found 85 Wounds Did you feel that you were do ing wrong when y6u killed little Linda I cant even believe that I did Was that wrong I couldnt do anything worse than Why was it wrong for you to kill that little girl I dont know why I did 1 like to ask dont Latin Jailed In Fresno Sex Slaying 21 A 25yearold cotton picker Mon day night was charged with mur der after he admitted he spanked 18monthold Josephine Yanez a few moments before she was bru tally ravished and Paul a migrant farm worker from told James Thuesen and three other officers that he spanked the tiny girl stop her from but did not remem ber what happened after No question Despite the lack of a complete Thuesen entered the formal murder charge on the basis of accumulated Asks 30 Nations Aid in Freeing Ward LiJFosters Third Chinese Regime HONG 21 JrVWell informed quarters speculated Monday that the ailing Li Tsungjen might form a third Chinese govern ment and aeek American aid in opposing both and Generalissimo the Communists acting president of the regime since Chiang retired last flew to Hong Kong and entered a hospital He long has been at loggerheads with vainly urging active warfare against the Reds instead of Chiangs prevailing policy of cautious Exit Stirs Consternation Although U came to this Brit ish colony for the announced pur pose of treating a stomach ail his departure from Nation alist China created consternation in the provisional capi Foreign observers arriving in I Hong Kong from Nationalist terri tory about the same time that Li did said it was a fair speculation that Li might form an antiCom munist antiChiang organization and go to the United States to seek substantial material With htm in such a venture might be Pai his close friend and commander of a army that is the best the Nationalists still have Chan administrator of Hainan island and the prominent generals Hsueh Yuen and Yu Han both believed to be in south Kwangtung LI Eyes Visit According to these who may not be directly Li is expected soon to go to Wash ington to bolster the aid pleas of his personal contact Kan who has been there for several Nationalist The Britishowned China Mail also predicted U would resign There is no question that this 1 from gov is the erhmeht and go to The district attorney said Gutier rez coat had bloodstains on that his shoes matched footprints found beside the and that his corduroy jacket matched the imprint of a mans forearm sleeve found in the mud of the field where the girl was Out After admitting that he had the little girl in his arms outside the dance where she disappeared Saturday Gutierrez he blacked Asked by reporters how he felt about the he said I dont know what I just went I Thuesen quoted the mus tachioed Latin as saying that he went to drinking Saturday night and that he bought a marijuana cigaret from a man for He said he had never smoked a mari juana cigaret before and it made him Hears Cries After that he drank some more and went to the dance in Since no one would dance with he he went Gutierrez said he heard the lit tle girl crying in her parents I picked her up and spanked She didnt officers quoted him as He said Similar speculations came from Chungking although Chung king dispatchM avoided mention ing the possibility of Li forming a rival Chiang Kaishek is in where he went last week confer with only to find that Li was The China Mail said Li would try to convince American offi cials that he and Pai could muster a capable Correspondent Spencer Moosa in Chungking radioed that both Li and Pai are known to be more than willing to allow any American aid to be supervised right down to the after that he could remember He said he awakened the next morning at the labor where he There was mud on his trousers and blood on his which he attempted to remove with cleaning fluid without SHUN PLEA Yank Missing In Hungary 21 UP The whereabouts of Robert missing business remained a mystery Monday night as the American legation reported that the Hun garian foreign ministry had ig nored requests for a diplomatic inquiry into his 38yearold assistant vice president and eastern Euro pean manager of the International Telephone and Telegraph has been missing since Friday when he started for Vienna from Buda pest by The American legation in Vien Li TauntJen Nationalist China chief ails in Hong Force Renews Oslo Plane Hunt at Dawn missing toe chil he was arrested while I na said Vogeler was Being held picking cotton in a field seven miles east of Deputy sher iffs madethe arrest after receiv ing a telephone call from the boss of the labor The men had incommunicado by Hungarian au Vogelers attractive Belgian born said in Vienna that she had an unofficial but 22 searching force of 1500 prepared to launch new efforts at dawn Tuesday to find a plane with Jewish refugee dren feared to have crashed in wild forest and lake country of southern Discovery of a burned out sig nal flare raised hopes Monday night that some of those aboard the plane may have but no trace was found by Experts said the plane had net come from the missing Last Heard From The owned by Aero Hol was last heard from by ra dio about 6 Sunday as it neared Oslos Forbeau Soon after a sharp followed jy an was reported near Gjersjoen a mile southeast of Owners of the plane said it was Nearly 1000 searchers took part in the hunt through a fog and drizzling rain It is like looking for a needle in a said who is directing Red Cross units in the Norwegian airforce aided jy Swedish and Danish took part in the hunt until dark ness They will resume Tues Ships Alerted Rescue vessels searched in Swedish and Norwegian waters far out into the Skagerrak on the chance the plane came down at Danish ships were Russ Urged to Prod Red China Chiefs 21 United States Monday asked 30 Soviet join in bringing pressure on the Chinese Communists to free American Consul General Angus Ward and his staff from a Mukden An unprecedented personal appeal for urgent concerted action was sent out by of State Dean Achason over the week end to he foreign minis ter of every country with repre sentatives in The new announced by the State was taken amid a mounting outcry for the use tt force if necessary to free the con sular who were jailed four weeks ago on charges which the United States has denounced as trumped rVeeedeat Officials said Achesons personal appeal was without diplomatic It went out Friday a few hours after Harry called the treat ment of Ward ah move posed adirect test of the attitude of Soviet Rus sia and of four other Soviet bloc countries to which his messags was Some diplomatic officials voiced the suspicion that Russia as the principal backer of the hew Chi nese Red regime may have insti gated the Ward incident as a blow to American Matter of Urgency As of Ache son asked each foreign minisUr to express to the highest in Peiping through such channels as may be available to you concern which your government undoubtedly feels over the treat ment of Acheson declared the Gonmtt nlsts action is in direct tion of the basic concepts ot Inter national relations which hava bean developed throughout the esn Although conrnda not enjoy diplomatic immunity like sadors and noted it has tice to accord movement to let Uwss communi cate with their governments and to grant bail in the event they an charged with criminal Duties oJ Cwnuls Consuls are charged largely with looking after shipping and immigration Ward and his Acheson have actually been deprived of their freedom for an entira They were put under housa The search only was fruit of Mondays the discovery of a reported to him that Gutierrez highly reliable report that he had came back to camp with trousers his j been arrested by the Hungarian All i Communist Tunisian signal parachute in the woods about 10 miles north of It is believed to belong to the missing Aviation experts are ex amining The plane carried the 28 chil threenurses and four crew the children were of FIVE FAULTS FOUND Noronie Officials Blamed for Tragedy 21 i Informed sources estimated the Justice Kellock reported costs of the inquiry at between Monday that the captain and ownj and ers were at on five counts The commissioner did not go for the disaster to the Great Lakes steamer which burned at her Toronto dock 17 with a loss of 118 Justice appointed spe cial royal commissioner to make a transport department investiga filed a report of his long inquiry made in Cleveland and He ordered William 66yearold master of the to surrender his masters certificate for a and the Canada Steamship the own I like the little girl very j Give us the Give us the realise why I did I couldnt un to pay the costs of the in inner assurance of Let jj groat countries and com pete with each other in all the fields of peaceful but not until will man from in a happier Frederick county autopsy testified that he found 30 to 35 abrasions and on Lindas i including several skull His filed in the supreme court and the Canadian house of recommended sweeping safety precautions on passenger carrying Great Lakes ships for the into the questions of civil or crimi nal Informed said his 99page Conclusions could be used as the basis for the Ontario attorney gen eral to place criminal and for civil suits by survivors or rela Frank lawyer for the Canada Steamship said civil actions asking a total of damages from the company al ready have been aUrted in Cleve All but one of the nearly 600 passengers were from the United mostly in Cleveland and Detroit Still unidentified are seven of the 118 Fire burst out in a linen closet on C deck of the big white cruise ship as she was docked at night while most of passengers wtrt sleeping or holding parties aboard Justice Kellock said complete complacency had descended on both the ships officers and the Italy Colonies Win Liberty In Vote M United Nations general in a historic decision on Italys former Monday granted full independence to Libya by 1952 and to Somaiiland in The vote on the overall plan was 48 to with nine including the Soviet abstain Only victim of fascist voted against the Ethiopa objected be cause it brings Italy back to next door Somaiiland as administrator during the trusteeship period until independence day in Delay Eritrea The Soviet abstaining en the final had charged repeat edly that the plan for famed North African battleground of World War was an Anglo American device to pave tht way for building bases for future war against A decision on a third former Italian post poned until next year pending an onthespot study in which wishes of the population win ba The Soviet bloc tried repeatedly management as to the possibility i and vainly to bar the three wast of fire at the though anyern powers from a 10member ad one who had applied his mind in any serious way would have seen such a situation might arise at any The commissioner found flvt faults with the master and own ers There wss no continuous patrol to detect There was no organization in operation while the ship was docked with passengers to trans mit word of a fire to trained fire Only 15 men out of a crew of visory council that will aid a high commissioner in preparing Libya for Among thoM prominently tioned for tha com missioners post is Ralph who gained promlnsaca as peace maker in The assembly overwhelmingly defeated Soviet proposals Which would have Given Libya Imme diate independence ordered west ern military forces out of Libya 171 were on duty the night of the within three months There was no prearranged plan for sraosing the passangers and getting them oft the direct tnwUsahipa for Somaiiland and Xritna until tfcty became Independent ytam
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