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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS IntermouaUiB Network Station KALL Monday Throvia tihtut WEATHER little change Details 01 Page 40 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Bridges Trial Counsel Draws Term Bitter Word Battle Ruled Contempt By Federal Judge SAN 22 UP Vincent chief attorney for Harry wai sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail after a acrimonious exchange of words with Federal Judge George Judge Harris at first ordered Hallinan into custody Later he granted a stay to allow Hallinan to continue to represent the west coast CIO longshore leader in his perjury Scathing Wordt The trial will be resumed at 10 Under his original Judge Harris had continued the case until 6 and told Bridges to get another The means that Hallinan will have to serve hig sentence once the case goes to the The word battle brought a scath ing denunciation of Hallinang at titude by the judge and a motion by the attorney that the judge disqualify himself in the proceed Before Judge Harris granted the he discussed the matter with who is charged with per jury in denying in a naturaliza tion hearing that he was a Com He asked the defendant his opinion about changing coun I dont think I will get a square Bridges A little when the court asked if he had anything to the longshore chieftain said I might have but whats the Counsel of my own choosing is not I would like to have the case go over until he If things go Ill never think its a square Judge Pleads Judge Harris took a brief recess to study the plea for a stay of When he returned to the bench and announced his he credited an urgent plea by Hal linans James Maclnnis with persuading him to let Hal linan finish out the The court asked everyone to adopt a forgive and forget at I ask counsel to compose all differences to put aside all this wrangling and whatever ill will engendered in the last 24 Judge Harris Lets try this case like gentlemen like lawyers like Hallinan said he considered the judges act magnanimous so far as his client was The sentence climaxed repeated charges by Hallinan that his client was being The court said Bridges counsel was per sistently Judge Puts Off Coplon Trial NEW 22 Soviet engineer Valentin Gubit chev Tuesday won a delay to 27 in his trial with Judith Coplin on spy conspiracy Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan gave Gubitchevs new Abraham until that date to study the background of the Judge Ryan told at torneys for both defendants You must be ready on the 27th to begin Miss former government had sought in vain through her attorney to dela ythe The new defense attorney indi cated he might try to back up Gubitchevs claim to diplonlatic Gubitchev contends that he holds Russian diplomatic status and can not be tried in American Unionist Chat After Sentencing Vincent chats with and Harry Bridges Just after Hallinan was cited for criminal contempt by Federal Judge George Harris and sentenced to serve six months In Eccles Warns Of Increase RECORD VOTE Slot Machines Ousted In Living Cost In Pocatello Election 22 Marriner Eccles said Tuesday the immediate outlook is for more inflation but that the problem of avoiding a depression will be back with the nation before very The longtime member and former chairman of the Federal Reserve board gave his reading of the economic barometer at a hear ing of a joint congressional eco nomic subcommittee which is studying government fiscal Asks More Power He urged congress to vest the reserve board with more power to regulate banking practices and the upsanddowns of the money Eccles frankly ducked one The Utah banker said that as a westerner hed rather not comment on the wisdom of changing the governments silver buying He predicted some inflationary development in the months ahead but stressed that the long range problem is not one of but of not one of pro but of able to buy what our machines He listed these reasons for ex pecting a temporary continuation of inflation Bank credit is beginning to ex pand a Credit Terms Easier Installment buying is growing at an excessively rapid rate and credit terms are getting easier and The federal government is spend ing in the red at a ayear and state and local governments also are building up their More than in insurance dividends will be paid out to World War H veterans next Farm price supports are sus taining an inflationary level in the agriculture Organized labor is seeking a new round of wage increases or pen sion plans such as that recently won by steelworkers which have the effect of wage increases and tend to hold prices Chambers Testifies Wadleigh Kept Secrets Flowing NEW 22 Wadleigh not Hiss the Whittaker Chambers testified Tuesday that before the war Henry Julian Wadleigh handed over to him brief cases bulging source of Chambers famed pump kin Wadleigh has said he could have given Chambers the pumpkin pa with state documents in theipers but doubted that he shadow of the nations capitol Chambers told the second per jury trial of Alger Hiss that he got the documents from Wadleigh at the rate of 10 to 25 a month for two Chambers has described himself at that time as a courier for a Communist prewar spy pumping secrets from men high in government who spent 10 years in the trade agreements action of the state has ad mitted passing secrets to Cham But he said he never took them from any state department desk except his Hiss defense attorney indicated at the opening of his retrial that Chambers told the jury that a Communist party contact in the Atlantic city government once faked a name change for Chambers infant He did not name Atlantic City official in his Peters nad a Communist contact within the city govern ment in Atlantic City who in serted Ursula Breen in the records of Chambers testified on cross What wis the reason for you taking the name of Breen asked Defense Claude I had been instructed to go to England to work under that name in s Soviet re plied Tribune The greatest turnout in Pocatello election history turned thumbs down on slot machines Tuesday by a complete but unofficial tally of 2386 for and 2890 An voted on by 5276 would toss the machines effective Mayor who urged that machines be retained for revenue and because they might be licenced nearby if removed from assured that the voters decision will be strictly So did Police Chief Mayoralty Vote The special election even topped the 1949 mayoralty election in April when 5057 votes were Until the April vote was an alltime high and a special elec tion turnout greater than for a mayors race was unheard Pocatello joined the major southern Idaho cities of Twin Boise and Nampa in ousting the legalized in 1947 on a local option basis by the Idaho The tally added to am Taft Sees Peril In Pension Setup Growth 22 NYT recent pension settlement in the steel Robert Taft said raised the question of whether the country was drifting into a prob lem of providing a month through government or business for all persons over 65 years of If a steel worker and a miner arc to receive that why not a molder or a waiter he On Unsound Basis Taft that a gen eral payment of a month to all over 65 would cost about a No such he could be paid out of any pension fund accumulated on a sound actuarial The reserve would be so huge that it would have to purchase most of the property in the coun he A reserve in gov ernment bonds would be no re serve at all because you would have to levy taxes on current earnings to pay the interest on the The truth that the only way pensions can be paid to millions who have retired and are not working is out of the current earnings of those who are work Those earnings must be reached by some form of taxa Pay Roll Taxation The Taft might be on pay paid by the em ployer or the In either he such a levy is usually passed on to the con Through a profitsharing he suggested the taxes might be paid out of corporation raised by general taxation on in come or or by a transaction tax as proposed by the Townsend The whole project is in such complete confusion he that it should receive the most careful study from the sen ate finance committee when it meets in munition of the Idaho Association of County Com missioners and Clerks and others who are asking legislative repeal of the licensing While city officials of bordering assured they do not plan to cash in on the Gate city decision by birth of some slot machine villages seemed A club Danny has leased land south of city planning by erecting converted barracks as housing units to draw enough per sons to incorporate as a village and Incorporation Move Ed Idaho Demo cratic chairman who lives at Chub four miles north of said the necessary 125 persons for a legal village already live there and an incorporation move is The pollpacking election marked the hintedat legal a conflict drawn out for nine Petitions circulated last March during the administration of Mayor George Phillips de manded that a refrendum election be After the city council accepted the antislot at torneys told city fathers they had no ordinance providing for such an More debate followed and an enabling ordinance was passed in midsummer after Mayor Halsey had entered New Petitioned Circulated When the election was clearly in view in proslot machine forces organized a Busi nessmens Civic for Progres sive Pocatello and a Veterans Civic In setting the election the council repealed the existing li censing ordinances and put it up to the voters whether they wanted to reinstate the machines at a license fee of a year instead of the present while out lawing dollar Mayor Halsey had objected to the ballot Both sides brought in campaign experts from The pro slots hired an advertising agency in Army Transport Pulls Alongside Stricken Vessel a 60mile the army transport Freeman pulled alongside the stricken freighter three minutes before midnight Tues day The Eagle had sent out an SOS four earlier that its engine room was Now the coast guards radio station copied in intercepting a message from the Offering a the coast guard said The fire under the Eagles boilers is No medical aid has been indicating there are on fire The reported to be a 7000ton freighter of Panama nian sent its SOS from a location some 160 miles westsouthwest off Cape Flat northwesternmost tip of the state of Ousted Chief Paces Brief Panama Riot Police Gunfire Kills One in Parade On New President 22 UP Daniel ousted president of led thou sands of Tuesday night in a march on the real tence of his The na ional police broke up the near revolt with gunfire that killed 8yearold boy and wounded five including a member of Chanis dramatic and unlocked or appearance before the na ional assembly set off the demon He tore up a letter of resignation he signed three days ago and announced March to Home 1 withdraw my Hundreds of persons in the gal eries streamed out of the build ng into the streets crying to presidencia They were joined by others who marched toward the official resi dence of Roberto the man who succeeded Chanis in a light ning coup on Mounted and federal police charged down the thoroughfare n an attempt to break up any march on the presidential resi The crowd grew in Esti nates of those who pushed toward the presidents residence ranged from to Can Riddled Machine gun and rifle fire Eyewitnesses said the fire was directed at the Some took refuge behind palm rees as the bullets whizzed past Cars in the street were Chanis was at the head of the Jrocession as it eye witnesses There was no im mediate word on what happened to but it was known he was m the crowd when the firing A 6yearold boy wag taken to the other persons who witnessed the shooting He was dead on The wounded members of parliament was iden titled as Alejandro Gonzalez Re He was shot in the leg Four other persona suffered bul let wounds before the police suc ceeded in dispersing the demon Cousin of Remon Chiari was sworn in as prcsi dent of Panama Sunday after the 58yearold a was ousted in a clash of author ity with the police Jose Chiari was a second vice president and cousin of The assembly was in session to consider acceptance of Chanis Chart had been sworn into office before the assembly knew anything about the Germany Pact Eases West Control Rules 22 three western allied high commissioners and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer initiated Tues day night a protocol of agree ments providing for allied with drawal of many industrial and diplomatic restrictions in west Germany and assurance by the federal republic of cooperation in west European economic including the International Ruhr Details of the which are to be made known formally on were withheld pend ing statements to the French na tional assembly by Foreign Min ister Robert Schuman and to the German bundestag by Ade nauer on that Recognizes Saar It iB that the agreements provided for full est implementation of the decisions reached at Paris by the foreign The question of the status of the Saar is not mentioned in the That the Saar will be recog nized by the German delegation in the council of Europe Is re garded as a tp t condition of the package of decisions made st Paris and has already been ac cepted by It was stressed by high commis sion sources that the negotiations had brought to fruition a pro gram designed to give western Eu rope a diplomatic and economic breathing Dismantle Halt The German government is now given a chance for stability which it can make use of in its battle for prestige with the Sovietspon sored government in eastern Ger The allies by these agree it was can be assured of a respite from Germany com plaints on dismantling and go ahead with the project of helpini the development of European ccon 33 Boy Survives Norway Plane Crash Lone Childs Cries Lead Party to Nursery Liner 22 cries of a half frowa 12yearold only known rescuers Tuesday o the wreckage of a nursery plane which crashed Sunday with 34 persons Around the wreckage rescuers found the bodies of 25 Jewish child two nurses and four Dutch crew A Accused Hungary Says Yank Held For Sabotage 22 admitted Tuesday that Robert 38yearold American communications execu had been arrested and said he lad confessed sabotage and es pionage against the Communist dominated An official communique an nounced the arrest of as sistant vice president and east ropean manager of the tional Telephone and Telegraph and two other officials of the Claim Confessions The announcement said Voge lers two companions in confine ment Edgar British manager of ITandTs Budapest and Imre Hungarian managing director of the Standard Electric an ITandT subsid had confessed to sabo tage and spying The communique said other members of the spying organiza tion were but gave no Vogelers In beautiful Belgianborn wife said tier husbands secretary also had been arrested in Budapest and the files of his office She charged the Hungarians were ITandT operations in Legations Intercede The American and British lega tions here immediately asked per mission to see Vogeler and San The foreign office indicated that the applications would be turned over to the interior The communique said Vogeler was seized while crossing the bor der but gave no other Vogeler last wat seen when he drove out of Budapest down international highway to ward Austrian Vogeler reported her hus bands disappearance to the S legation in Vienna when he did not arrive Friday After communicating with the Budapest American diplomats in Vienna said Vogeler had been ar rested and was being held incom Until Hungarian offi cials refused a formal statement in Vogelers case despite repeated inquiries from the child and a nurse are missing and believed Two lumberjacks heard a childs cries in the logshrouded forests of the Hurum peninsula 20 miles south of They stumbled iirough the tangled underbrush to the wreckage where they found 12yearold Frenchspeaking Isaac We were flying in a saac kept saying in All the other children are For two days he had been hud dled there in the rain and cold with the bodies of the children and Jie adults around with an injured arm and cut Among the bodies were those of two of his brothers and one of his Boy Sleepless On the way to the hospital at Isaac kept But with the amazing recupera tive powers of a he was back to norms I Tuesday so excited he could not The search for the child and the nurse still missing was given up when the early northern darkness Africa Natives The children with Isaac on the ilane were among the millions whose lives were made hideous by war and postwar The children ranged upward to 12 Mont were 7 or They were Some been separated from their parents when North African Jews in some areas fled Arab vengeance during the Palestine Some had lived for a time like They were being brought to Norway for rehabilita tion before they went to Israel to seek new new homes and a new Taken to Norway Isaac is the son of a poorlypaid Tunisian farm He had been living with foster parents on a cooperative Two chartered Dutch planes had left Sunday with children being taken to Norway under the auspices of the Help Europe organization and the American joint distribution com One with 30 chil dren landed safely at For nebu airport The after halting at Brus started for It radioed at 6 Sunday that it was pre paring to land at Then contact The search was concentrated in the Hurum peninsula It is rugged Lumberjacks Thor Hagen and Holding Martinsen were beating through the bush when they heard Isaac Allams wild Mexico Plane Crash Report Draws Check MEXICO 23 natives of North were Some had Wednesday UP Guerrero state officials announced early Wednesday that a search party would leave Chilpancingo after dawn to check reports of an air plane crash in the rugged moun tain area 100 miles from the small southern Farmers in the west coast re gion reported they found the wreckage Monday of what was be lieved to be report said was unknown but that all were The message said the bodies appeared to be of North Ameri a private The the number aboard PILOT CONFUSED Six Presumed Lost in C54 Down in Northwest Area 22 air force Tuesday night said a C54 cargo plane with six men aboard was presumed down in the Pacific northwest after the pilots last radio mes sage I am and the planes gasoline limit had ex The C54 was on a round trip navigational flight from McChord to Portland airport to practice instrument approach over the range approximately 40 miles north of A heavy driale and fog Tues day afternoon grounded search planes of the air rescue and Ore gon national guard after went aloft for brief they Search began after radio con tact with the Portland airport was broken off suddenly at 20 minutes before the C54 was due over the Portland range sta A ground party of Washington state troopers checked residents in the area for re ports of a crash or low flying The planes fuel deadline was first set at five hours and later lifted to eight At 7 PST hope the C54 would re turn was officially given At the plane radioed that it was over range flying through in termittent rain and The pilot 1 am and radio contact was Vlukden Reds Try Draft Verdict 22 UP State department said Tues day it has received Communist re torts that American Angus Ward is being tried by a Chinese peoples court at Muk len and that a verdict will bs announced Ward and four members of his taff were jailed 24 on what this country regards as trumped up charges of beating two Chi nese workers who had demanded back The rest of his staff s under house arrest and has not allowed to contact him tf Trials Under Way The State which Is rying to mobilize world opinion behind a campaign to free the five said it had received the first word that their trials actually are under way from Communist news papers in Shanghai and A Communist report published n Nanking and attributed to a Mukden said the pec pies court had held many hear on the Court Beadles Verdict As the investigation has bean it the court will give a final hearing to the cast in a matter of days and the verdict will be Another account published In a Shanghai Communist newspaper said there were two victims of what it termed the American im perialist element Until Tuesday t had been understood that Ward and his employes were charged with beating only one Still another report from Nan king said Ward and his aids had been brought face to face with their alleged victims and that Joth sides had made forecast an early Navy Jet Nears Speed Of 800 mph MUROC DRY 22 needlenosed Doug las Skyrocket has approached MO mph in level a navy an nouncement indicated The navy gave its first indica tion of the speed at which the rocket and jet powered plane has Flown after a slight in the planes rocket system Tues day forced cancellation of first public Waited Test FHgtt The flight was to have been made by Gene veteran chief test pilot for Douglas Aircraft May has flown the present plane and two other Skyrockets previously built by Douglas an estimated 65 or 70 May could not recall how many times he has exceeded the speed of sound which is 760 mph at sea level under normal atmos pheric and temperature Rear Arthur representing the navys bureau of presented May with a certificate of recognition for reaching the supersonic speed oa June Neither the navy nor Douglas officials would disclose the Sky rockets top speed but the navy announcement said the slim craft has repeatedly exceeded the speed of sound in level Preview High The highest previously an nounced speed achieved by air craft was 670 mph reached to MI air force r86 and than kirn been unconfirmed rapuvtJB ttMt other planes have misdat TM Tuesdays test flight WM to have been made at about MlMt over this flat dry lake bed rests on above s May reported there minor differences la the of the plane la Contrary to said There Is a plateau for properly   

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