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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS luterniouiitsln Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Partly cloudy Berth change In M M 50 SALT LAKE SATURDAY DECEMBER PRICE ITVE CENTS Bramble Brow Miner Walks Out of Welfare Meet John Lewis leaving via revolving door again refuses to accept Charles former federal judge at as trustee of miners welfare Meanwhile Dawson extreme standing Crash Kills Wells Four Others Near Elko Tribune Special persons were killed in a headon automobile collision 32 miles west of here Friday about Two One was in critical and the in fair eondition in Elko county general Dead were Mayor of Oreo David about Bed William Bobby about and Charles about sons of Oren husband of Wilson and driver of the westbound was in critical condition late A third son of Jack was reported in fair McDaniel was alone in his driving from Elko to All other dead and injured were in the westbound The accident occurred at the top of a long hill near a utility Station on highway Both vehicles were virtually reported State Trooper Robert with Trooper Clyde Chiang Ducks Red Seizure At Chungking Chinese 2 UP Communists almost caught Chiang 1 on their war criminals at It now caji be told how close the generalissimo came to It was so close that his entire staff was jittery with Chiang had refused for several days to leave Chungking despite the pleas of his He insisted that panic would out if he And so he while the Reds marched ever nearer to the Tuesday it became impossible to delay The generalissimo got into his car and set out for peishiyi air field in the northwestern The jam of refugees on the high way was so greathe had to aban don his He got out and walked part A jeep came along and he borrowed It was midnight when he reached the where his sky master plane Through their grapevine the Communists outside the city knew Chiang had not yet left Chung They tried desperately to fight to positions where their can non could rake the At last Chiang boarded the sky he insisted on waiting until daylight before taking A few hours later Communist troops occupied According to tracks made by Daniels car and a witness who was driving behind the Mc Daniel vehicle was weaving as it traveled up the instantly Wilson died McDaniel was alive when taken his wrecked but died shortly Chester and her sons died a few hours later in an Elko The injured were removed to Elko county general Wilson was identified as a federal game William husband of was reported route to Elko from Homewood Friday John McDaniel was born in and came to Nevada in 1906 as a worker on construction of the Western Pacific In 1909 he homesteaded in Clover 18 miles south of Elected in 49 He moved to Wells in and at the time of his death was owner and operator of the Wagon Wheel Victory motor court and a service He was a member of Knights of Wells and the Wells Chamber of Com He was married to Helen Lof dahl in 1909 in She Also surviving are seven sons and James Wells William Ely James Twin Joseph a University of Utah student at Salt Lake City Bert Mc Elko also a Wil liam and 10 against wall and Styles Bridges beside Dawson talk to some of whom turn to watch Lewis Lewis union He refused to with Dttwuon and Frenzied Buying Spurs Market To High for 49 NEW 2 buying raised stock prices to their highest average in 13 months Leading issues advanced a few cents to more than a Railroad issues spear headed the Trading was the fastest for any market session this with nearly shares changing John Lewis was widely credited with sparking a surge of buying that started late coal labor announced that his min ers would return to work next Monday on a threeday week Lewis in effect cut short a strike that started Wednes day For additional market news see page 28 valley and daughters John Clarence Sharp LONE SURVIVORS Brazil Air Crash Kills 21 Mother Tot Saved Gardner Held Must Face Charge SAO 2 seriously injured mother with a monthold baby in her arms was rescued late almost 24 hours after a plane crash in which 17 other passengers and four crew members were Rescue pushing their way through the wilderness under tor rential reached the isolated mountainside where a Brazilian Real Transportes Aereos DC3 plane crashed late kill ing all aboard but the woman and They rushed them to the town of where one of the companys planes from Sao Paulo had landed with medical The injured mother was repotted to be in serious The 21 bodies also were taken to the little Parana state town to await transfer to Sao Paulo for One of the dead crew men was Joao former United Press radio operator at Sao A few days ago Fonseca said he would quit flying after another couple of when he ex pected to have saved enough money to buy a When flying over the plane was caught in a heavy fog and with no the company said It crashed while j circling in an attempt to make an emergency All the dead were Brazilian citi Win Ray Dempsey Friday morning lost his defense request for to Utah Slaie nos pital as presently and must appear in Second district court Thursday at 10 for his first degree murder Testimony of two Garland Salt Lake and William OGor was definite as both gave the same answer to the dis trict attorneys In your is Gardner to day sane Doctors Agree In my he is was the answer of both doctors as they took the witness stand separately before Judge John Hendricks of Second district The court finds the Ray Dempsey and his case is set for came the brief pronouncement from the bench at the conclusion of the sanity hearing and Gardner was taken back to his The accused and confessed sex slayer of Shirley Jean 17yearold Ogden baby sat Between a deputy sheriff and a newsman throughout the After who took the witness stand had definitely answered Glenn Adams that the defendant is at this time he then was cross examined by David Kay one of the two courtappointed de fense Psychopathic Personality Do you whether there arc any psychopathic person alities present in the defendant asked his is a psychopathic per sonality that is emotionally un He keeps to the same type of and he doesnt profit by He is in possession of his facul ties and knows right from and is capable of adhering to the He is also capable of con ferring with his counsel in his de explained the Responding to Holthers questioning for details as to the psychopathic personality of Gard OGorman said He is emotionally in different to the usual demands to which people and he has a definite hostility to people who might injure him or frustrate Lewis Denies Judge Seat As Trustee 2 John Lewis refused again Fri day to let former federal Judge Charles Dawson function as trustee chosen by coal operators on the miners welfare fund Dawson told reporters that at Fridays trustee meeting Lewis wouldnt accept his votes as But I sure the Louis ville attorney With Chairman Lewis declin ing to accept Dawsons votes on fund spending the result was a repre senting the United Mine Workers voted one The third Styles Bridges representing the voted Board Splits So no business could trans as put in a terse joint announcement of the no conclusions were The fund is Just about The issues among the trustees are 1 whethsr to seat 2 whether to cut off present emer gency hospital payments for about 795 injured and 3 whether to resume full pension and other benefits to miners and their The emergency hospital pay amountaing to about 000 a are still But Dawson disclosed the wel fare fund is two months behind in its bills even for The pen sion and other benefit payments have been suspended since Sep Lewis Refused Comment Lewis had nothing to say after Fridays trustee But Dawson said it was Lewis con tention that Dawson couldnt serve because the resigned opera tors Ezra Van never officially Dawson challenged disclos ing a telegram Van Horn had sent In Van Horn advised Lewis he was out as trustee and Dawson was his legal Dawson said Lewis took the po sition that Van Horns resignation had a condition to It was that certain legal steps had to be taken before Van Horn was relieved of all Dawson said his own view is that the coal operators still can select whomever they want as Snyder Hints Tax Draws Blast By Eccles Insane Men Slug Flee Oregon Hospital 2 Four deranged convicts broke out of the criminal ward of the Oregon State Mental hospital here Jate Friday night after knocking out an Attendant and choking a guard into uncon One of the Walter waa recap tured on the outskirts of the Hospital Bates said one of the 21yearold Robert was Burr had been committed to the hospital once before a burg lary charge and The others were identified as James of and Marion The men escaped after Wat son feigned an appendicitis at tack and knocked out attend ant Ed Watson unlocked cells holding Cameron and Utahn Scores Cheap Money Flow I Marriner scrappy mem ber of the federal reserve board opened public fight with Treas ury John Snyder Friday by attacking his cheap money As a a congressional eco nomic subcommittee studying gov ernment fiscal called for a closeddoor meeting with the two officials next week to see if their differences can be Brings Row Into Open Eccles brought longsmoulder ing disagreement into the open as Snyder was testifying before the committee on the governments huge debt and how it is being in a letter to the sub protested that Sny requirement of cheap money for the treasury means cheap money for everybody and said that can be dangerously The simultaneous parading of their opposing views pointed up the deep differences which long have existed between Eccles and the cabinet It recalled that Snyder reportedly was behind the move when Eccles was demoted from chairman to vice chairman of the reserve board lasjt year after he ridiculed the administra tions antiinflation Seldom Seeks Advice In his letter Friday supplement ing testimony he gave two weeks Eccles tore into Snyder from several He protested that the treasury seldom seeks advice of the federal reserve system on debt manage ment and often ignores sugges He said that under Snyders pol the federal reserve system cannot effectively determine mon etary and credit policy but it simply an engine of inflation because it has to keep pumping out new money to meet the de mand created by cheap credit He said the time has come for congress to realize the difficulties in this system of divided respon sibilities and provide a President Kills RaceBiased Housing Fund KEY J Harry S Truman reopened the explosive civil rights issue here Friday with a White House declaration of a policy denying further federal housing adminis tration financing to any racially restricted Solicitor Philip Pert man announced such a decision in New York earlier in the William a presiden tial asked about Perl mans told a news conference Plans New Fight That is the administration That speech was delivered with the knowledge of the presi dent and he the president ap proved the line laid down by Hassett spoke in the absence of presidential press secretary Charles with the presi dent on a fishing Trumans advocacy of anti discrimination measures his party in the south last year and cost him four Dixie states in his successful reelection A senate filibuster against them followed early this The president has made clear that he will renew his advocacy of antilynching and similar laws in the state of the union message he will deliver to congress in Janu Press Idle Fight Preliminary discussion already ias started here on that Clark special counsel to the is working closely with Truman on the wording of the which likely will be delivered in The cheered by the collapse of the coal also renewed his attacks on soft spots in the nations employment picture with the hope of bolster ing the overall He gave 1G backing to a recommendation by presidential assistant John Steelman that rovcrnment efforts to combat un mployment through local procure ment programs be pressed on a vigorous Marriner Eccles Strikes blow at fiscal A PLATE Barkley Sees Demo Win Sure in 50 NEW 2 President Alben Barkley kicked otf the Democratic drive for vic tory in the 1950 elections Friday night with a prediction the Demo crats will win that election and others for many years to He told an enthusiastic audience at a a plate democratic na tional committee fundraising din ner that voters wont be scared away from the Democratic party by Republican cries of The 72yearold Veep inter ruptedhis honeymoon to make the major address at the lavish Governors of 13 states and five cabinet including of State Dean Too dressed in a flesh colored and black net gown with a white orchid took a bow efore the speechmaking started from a balcony while the orchestra played the Missouri The Republican party has sent more people to the poorhouse than all other parties he In we will again elect a democratic president of the United He said the government has frown under Democratic admln strations because it was what the leople want and need to protect hemselvea from selfish and redatory Candid Judgment It is my candid Judgment he that the American people n and and throughout the years of the future will con irm overwhelmingly their aatis raction with the contribution we are making to the general wel arc of our own people and to the icace of the He challenged Republicans who the statism issue to spell lut exactly which government ac ivities they would curtail or abol The American people have a right to know the extent to which he policies which have strength us in peace and war during he last two are to be nullified and reversed if those who now criticize them secure control of the he Treasury Chief Brands Levy Scale Inadequate 1 C5VA White HOUH request for higher taxca next year appeared likely Friday ai of the Treasury John Snyder said the government must adequate rates to balance the Although he declined to say whether he has recommended higher Snyder did declare he is guided by the And on that Truman has said he knows of no way to erase the expected deficit this fiscal year without a tax Snyder went on to say that he also believes the government should cut spending in every pos sible but he did not offer any detailed Study of PoUdes He expressed these views to a senatehouse economic subcom mittee which is studying the gov ernments financial policies to see they contribute to the nations economic Snyder told the lawmakers he did not feel he should discuss the tax and budget question further publicly at this time since Trumans budget message will be going to congress next The treasury chiefs testimony generally was a of his previous statements to the effect that Americans now are enjoying record prosperity and therefore the budget should be balanced and the public debt At Highest Level National income today is close to the highest level in our he and by every standard of sound government the time to have a balanced budget is When Paul Douglas D chairman of the subcom remarked that there has been a business recession this Snyder said was an Snyder said there have been some setbacks of a local nature but he asserted we havent had any recession in the general He blamed the income tax cut voted in 1948 by the Republican controlled 80th congress for the deficits of the past two fiscal He said the government will tiave to borrow more cash before next Kansan Given Senate Seat 2 tffV tician but never a was Harry long a master poli named Kansas new United States senator The handsome steel manufac turer was chosen by Governor Frank Carlson to fill the unexpired term of the late Republican Sena tor Clyde The Siyearold Kansas industrialist said he did not know until late Thursday that he was being Carlson disclosed his closely guarded secret at a press confer Newsmen were on hand when Darby walked into the Good morning the Governor greeted And that was the The term will run until a new senator Is elected in LOSER HAPPY Monty Wins HT7 Wager Field Marshal Montgomery won a bet with a news photographer on the AmyNavy football But the George chief photographer of The New York Times Washington got what he wanted a prized Montgomery Tames Friday received a neat thankyou note signed Mont gomery of It said his would go to an army charity in Montgomery found American football Tames had bet the on under dog Navy to Montgomerys on Army as a friendly Actually neither had a chance to IOM For Tames wanted the f ornery autograph on a Now he haa it on the cancelled check and the And if Montgomery had paid Tames would have framed the English generals check without cashing it Schedules FirsrWesl Europe Arms t NTT first shipments of United States arms to western Europe in the military assist ance program for this countrys North Atlantic treaty partners will go forward next month if all goes This was learned authoritatively Friday as the government began to move to put force into the newly adopted strategic plan for he common defense of western The strategic plan which was unanimously accepted Thurs day in Paris by the defense com mittee of the 12 pact was brought back by Defense Johnson for Harry S Trumans Johnson ar rived by plane before A few hours it was dis closed that the top staff for ad ministering military aid had been The appointment by the presi dent of the two men who will most directly assist James ormer ambassador to the programs was an nounced by the White John Hallowell now an as sistant to will serve as Jruces James will become an assistant to Johnson on military aid Below Bums there will be two one on Technical military matters headed by Lyman Lim nitzer and the on foreign military by DEPARTING WEDNESDAY Reds Order Ward Staff Out of China 2 American ConsulGeneral Angus Ward and 17 other members of is official family at received permission rom the Chinese Communists Fri ay to leave All of them have been under ouse arrest for more than a Ward informed the State de through American Con ulGeneral Edmund Clubb at eiping that the permit actually was an order for his his staff and their families to leave Mukden oy 8 next Mukden The 16 Americans and two Eu ropeans will be allowed to take a train to where they will be picked up by an American ship which will take them either to Japan or State department spokesman Michael McDermott voiced hope that two naval who have been heU in Communist China for the past 13 also will be free by as of the hope is in The Bender of Cincinnati and Chicago and Wil liam Smith of Long during a training flight over Red Repeated efforts to obtain their release have been Both that and the Ward inci dent have provided new ammuni tion for critics of the administra tionf foreign As a result there are signs congress will balk at the new foreign program now being drafted by the state depart diplomatic officials frowned on suggestions by Repub lican senators that Douglas MacArUiui be named high commissioner for ail They said such action would be contrary to traditional American pattern of naming civilians to such top policy Ward and members of his Muk den staff were ordered out of China after a Communist peoples court convicted him and four of his employes of beating a Ward reported to Clubb Friday that the Communist mayor of Mukden had ordered his party to get out next He added that a local firm had received per mission to arrange for the packing and shipment of their personal The trip over the rickety nil line tc Tientsin normally takes two to four The party will picked up by one of three Ameri can commercial ships scheduled to call at Tientsin between and McDermott In addition to Ward and his the group includes nine other one of them a and two Also included are the wife of a JapaneseAmeri can and her four young McDermott did not Identify OM ships which will caU at   

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