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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS f pm MwVUMHttMUtt BfofWOffc Station EALL WEATHER ttMtV It VOL 57 SALT LAKE SATURDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE ITVI GROTS Shopping for Christman was not the only thing in store for Lavell Johnson and son Dennis when they cane to Salt Lake City Friday evening from They were caught in a snowstorm along with hundreds of other Snow to expected to help correct water Snow Winds Place Utah in Winter Blanket By Tifcune Staff Writers Striking with unexpected a storm swept of the Pacific the late placing jaMaaket snow overmost at region and pushing temperatures sharply Nearly cloudless skies Friday morning in Salt Lake City became obscured by elouds in the aft followed by snow mixed With sleet and rain shortly before 9 Streets in Salt Lake cov ered by approximately 2 wet snow by be came increasingly slippery as snow continued to Fall Increases Snow fell during most of the day in nearby mountain with the snow increasing in sever ity late in the Snow depth ranging from 8 to 8 was reported at Alta and and roads to the resort areas were im The loaded with js expected to help correct the 30 watershed cover deficiency reported this week by Af Salt Lake City water com The state highway patrol re ported an increased accident rate between 9 and Six traffic accidents involving prop erty damage were investigated by 11 Cars in Ditches From Farmington 18 miles north of Salt Lake an observer for the patrol counted some 24 automobiles off the road because of poor visibility and Road conditions in the north section of the state were reported generally The patrol ad vised that all unnecessary travel be avoided until the storm Salt Lake City police fared bet ter than other peace officers in the reporting that traffic accidents did not increase partic ularly because of the How driving caution was According to the weather bu reau at the Salt Lake municipal occasional snow flurries are expected Saturday and Satur day night at lower Intermittent snow probably will continue in the mountains and some northern sections of the Mercury Dips rapidly Friday are expected to re main at or below freezing through out northern Expected high Saturday in Salt Lake City will be 34 followed by 22 Sat urday lowust mark of the Increasing severity of the storm near tu western Wyo ming brought a special bulletin from the Weather warning motorists and stockmen of continued snow and much cold er Saturday night and Strong winds are expected to re sult in blizzard conditions in some sections of that In Utah and Idaho north of Salt Lake a heavy accom panied by a 30 mph clogged highways 30 and 91 and made travel Heavy drifting was reported of also had started Jailing early in the evening at In light snow flurries and rapidly falling barometric pressure erased early morning springlike Although only occasional snow was expected to fall Saturday in thermometer were scheduled to slide to new lows Saturday Expected temperature range in northern and central portions of the state is from 15 to 25 degrees during the Laborites Win British Test 9 Laborites beat the Conservatives again Thursday in a parliamentary with a margin con vincing enough to inspire a party cry for a quick general elecr It was the first byelection since Britains Labor government devalued the pound The Labor 52year old George a union or defeated his Conservative National Liberal John by 4022 Craddock polled votes and Independent The Laborite thus had a major ity of 1140 over the combined vote of his two The 1945 margin was 2000 in similar three cornered won by Laborite Titteringtons death in office necessitated the The returns prompted many Labor members of parliament to call for a general election test be fore Labors popularity ANTIRUSS MOVE West German Chief Asks of Merc 8 Chancel lor Konrad Adenauer demanded Friday that west German man power be included in a European striking force against He said the allies must not ignore German security needs in their military The western allies must the chancellor between their fears of Russia or German participation in a western defense The eastwest strife has become sharper Adenauer Party Meeting He spoke at a party meeting of the British Zonal Christian Demo cratic union at near the allied high commission head quarters at It was not clear whether Ade nauer believed fce was speaking but within half an hour after the meeting ended his re marks were known throughout the capital city The having demilitarized Germany are respon sible for her he must have equal rights in a European Demands Equality The allies must ask said which is worse a German contingent in a Eu ropean army or the threat of Russia It cannot be demanded that Germans serve as mercenaries in a foreign Their rights must be This version of Adenauers re made before about 20 per was confirmed by the press service of the Christian Democratic Director Say Health Bill Means Free Glasses 9 federal security Friday that Americans will get free wigs spectacles along with medical services when andif congress ap proves the national health Insur ance He told a press conference that such services under socialized medicine dont amount to a hill of and cited the expendi ture in one section of London on wigs and spectacles under the na tional health scheme as pretty It might run more in America than in one reporter The average Englishman has more hair than the average man back Ewing ran a hand through his own silvergray Hadnt thought of K quite that he Ewing said he was greatly im pressed by the British health serv ice and that it had ben misrepresented in the grossly United The American Medical he is fighting Americas health plan with an incredible so rabid Im afraid theyre going to bite He charged the American col leges of physicians and surgeons and Madison Indiana Medical had been sending funds to British groups fighting the na tional health In president of the American Medical denied organized medicine in this country has made such con tributions and said the AM A has no personal knowledge of any in dividual contributions by Thomas Gets Term 618 Month Sentence Handed Solon For Pay Roll Fraud t Parneli surren dered hie seat in congress Friday and was sentenced to six to 18 end fined for steal ing money from the government by padding his office pay As the 84yearold New Jersey Republican was led away to the federal his attractive smiled through teardimmed eyes and an nounced she will seek election to the office he held for 13 Vigilant Crusader She Mid his jailing resulted from persecution he was such vigilant crusader against communism as onetime chairman of the house committee on un American If she I shall continue the same struggle against subversive Thomas resigned his year house to which he was elected seven just before sentence was imposed by Federal Judge Alexander Sub mitted to House Speaker Sam the resignation is effec tive He will draw about f750 for the three weeks of De cember he will be in His present term still had one more year to he chcse resignation rather than risk the added indignity of being drummed out of the house hasnt done to a member since the CSrH Congressional Pension Going to the penitentiary does affect his right to a congressional pension when he reaches age Based on his sal ary and years in the pension could run as high as a Thomas gave up his fight to escape prison a week ago by inter rupting his trial in its third day and plear ehargeof persons v office and The indictment charged he de frauded the government of by pay roll padding and kickbacks between 1940 and keeping for Testimony was introduced in the to See Page Columns Russian Agents Net Terms In Yugo Trial 9 10 Russians on trial for espionage for the Soviet Union and wartime collaboration with the tfazis were found guilty Friday and sentenced to hard their jrison terms ranging from three o 20 It was the first time since the war that Soviet citizens have been convicted and sentenced out ilde their own The defend ants all immediately ExCounsel Guilty Arsen quickwit ted former prosecutor for wartime mppet Yugoslav the only defendant to plead not received the maximum sentence called for by the 20 rears at hard who was under cross examination for almost two full finally amended his plea in court to partly guilty after ad mitting he had supplied the Rus sian embassy in Belgrade with economic and political informa He also was convicted of war Priest Faces Trial The Russian orthodox ather Alexei who told the court he was only partly guilty was sentenced to 11 Ksenia the only woman a 49yearold school eacher who testified in court that she lived with the priest during he received the lightest sen three She was charged only with collab Vadim was sentenced o five yesrs Petar our and onehalf years Georg four All were convicted of disturbing com nform Propagandist Jailed Vladimir former cap ain in the czarist was sen to six So Ilya former employe of the Soviet information Anatoli civil en who was among other of having served in the wartime puppet Croatian received 10 Vasili Kostrju whose defense was that he was received five Budget Chief Says Nation Faces Tax Rise or Deficit LAST NAM TALK Bennett Says Seeks New Spiritual Guidance From Press Dispatches NEW Wallace Salt Lake City punt Friday told the National Association of Manufacturers the American sense of spiritual valites is atill strong and Addressing the NAMs 54th annual congress Bennett 1 believe the American people are eagerly look ingfor a new spiritual with inspiration to call them to a new faith in in free dom and in the Ajk Incentive Boost And he told the 3000 NAM dele gates that more than any group of they had the opportunity for spiritual Labor problems highlighted the losing session of the But labor problems did not take up all the ing every section of the country and all segments of had before them a program of per manent progress which called for cutting the cost of re ducing the national debt in good times arid reducing taxes to en courage Unite With Worker Presidentelect Claude Put president of Markem Machine advocated forthright and human handling of labor problems in keeping with the New England town meeting at a press expounded his theories from the viewpoint of the small but he said they were equal ly workable in big business if supervisory personnel ade quately Wallaee Bennett Each of us hM full Doom Hovers NEW Leslie war time head of the atom bomb proj said Friday that for the first time in history the United States is threatened with possibility of complete He said he wished to emphasise that the real security of the United States is not as sound as I would like to have American people not con vinced in their hearts there is any thing to worry he told the National Association of Manufac Assumed Atom Bomb he we should assume the recent explosion reported in Russia was an atom He told the nations top iadus trialists that defeat by an enemy today means a nation would stay bat that it would be a pretty slim Never before in he have we been threatened with complete We dont want to have happen here what happened in Germany and Groves made only passing ref erence to the congressional inves tigation of reports that top secret information leaked to Russia back in the war Must Have Confidence The former atom bomb whonow is vice president in charge of research at said the country must have confidence in its government and in its system of We must know why and who was responsible for any leakage of secret Jie We should not conduct the in vestigation to wake up ghosts it should be done with the purpose of avoiding the same Aussies9 Election Bets Shifting As Cast Satur 10 A steady stream of Australians voted Saturday in the first general election since 1946 and one which offered a choice between continued socialism and Everybody appeared agreed that the outcome would But as Increasing num bers marked their ballots three hours after the polls betting odds in some quarters shifted from even money to six to four the opposition would The Sydney Morning Her ald said Well informed ob servers believe the government will be employed in the prewar state department at the same time as mysteriously disap peared in Europe a few weeks presumably behind the iron Hede thricemar ried former wife of who fled from the a few months testified at Hiss second per jury trial after the defense blocked her appearance at the first Battle Over Field There was no objection to her taking the stand this The bespectacled woman said she met Hiss at Fields home in a year after she began working as a Communist party She said she was not a party At that Massing tes you create tfie experience and sit uationg that fill up the daily lives ofyour These In turn determine their satisfaction with life under the See Page Columns Holy Land Put Under Rule Of 3814 NEW 9 CfftThe assembly voted decisively Friday night to put Jerusalem un der supreme international rule of the United Israel and Hashemite with armed forces actually in pos session of the city in separate tec both opposed the plan and said they would fight against it Takes Beating The vote on the whole resolution was 38 to with 7 This was well above the twothirds margin required for Loud cheers greeted the vote at The United States and Britain took a beating by this Both pointed out to the assembly the has no police force to carry out the decision and that it might eventually cost far more than the annually required to run the Faces Budget A SwedishNetherlands resolu tion for progressive demilitariza tion of Jerusalem and internation alization of only the holy places was not acted The assembly adjourned at until It still must approve the annual budget before final expected some time after Saturday The yote on the section relating to internationalization was 39 to with 6 It was greeted with cheers from the ma jority including Beats DnwM Move Earlier the assembly had beaten down a surprise move by Uruguay and Denmark to abandon consider ation of the Jerusalem question at Jiis to ad iourn to have a ipecial session on Jerusalem some time next The vote was 21 in 33 against and five absten Assembly President Carlos ftomulo announced the final vote as 3d to 14 with 8 but immediately after the assembly adjourned officials rushed through the press section correct ing the vote to 36 in 14 against and 7 They said Nicaragua abstained instead of voting for the as previously Cant See 51 Balance After Truman Chat KEY 9 Harry S Tmnaa gel the ammunition Friday for an election year battle with congressional economy bloc in the form ol a budget for higher taxes or a fresh supply of f red Budget Director Prank Pace said after a conference wttS Truman on the proponed 1951 fiscal year spending program Jtat without additional could not see how the could be Pace wouldnt but other presidential advisers did privately Truman will ask a n taxes on corporation New Witness Links Hiss To Red Ring NEW 9 Ger hart Eislers exwife testified Fri day that she and Alger Hiss once argued over who would use Noel The promect of this request laid he grounds for a clash with mem ben of both parties who have beetc demanding tax cuts and sharp ailment on government spending Field as a ground Communist under some of mans associatesdisclosed that he s convinced Dwight Eisen hower is actively campaigning for the The proposed budget Pace said he could not give the final figure finance the fair deal rogram to be pushed in a state of the union message expounding a political philosophy sharply variance with the former chief ot staffs recent hot dogs and beer Eisenhower said in New that a great many Americans hare lost respect for the virtues at thrift and independence in seeking the illusion celled Should Drink Beer He added we want to wear fine have caviar and tified I said to Mn FWd from away frdm Added Massing I said she Hiss told here well see who is going to Massing testified I you are com peting with a she either she r Hiss remarked is going to we are working for the same Whittaker star gov ernment witness against charged that the onetime high state department official headed Red underground unit in Wash ington and passed him government secrets for a Soviet spy Hiss was indicted on perjury charges when he denied Chambers His first trial ended lastJuly in a hung Massing said she divorced her first in 1924 Becomes Citizen She worked in Europe off and on with she testi from finally enlisting in party service in the in Massing said she became a naturalized American to 1927 in White She said she lived in New York while working for the party in Washington in the Hiss has denied meeting Mass I belonged to an Massing an or ganization connected with the Communist What you would call a In womanly Mas sing said she had gained weight and donneu glasses since the pre war days when she allegedly knew budget pagne when we should be eating hot doge and drinking intimates has told them he considers Eisenhow it to improbable that you wiE have expenditures and income bal ancing in the fiscal year 1MV lacking new Pace flew in Thursday night final decision by the president the key items of defense spend foreign aid and and power Defense and foreign aid com half of the budget Be said the budget for the year starting next July 1 will not exceed This years he tt estimated at and its prospective deficit at 600 Koreans Lost at Sea 10 sudden storm through the Korean east coast cut tlefish fleet last causing a heavy loss of lives and Estimates of fatalities ran Mgh as The marine bureau at the Korean commerce department1 official reports were The first word of the tragedy came only Friday from the nung correspondent of The KOT ean Pacific He said at least 100 small boats were lost Medical parties were dispatbed to the area from Most of the boats were caught about 20 miles off the coast posite Seoul when the storm struck at 1 Cuttlefish are caught at night Dried cuttlefish are cut into fancy shapes and served at am SOUTHWEST CAVESt Remark Starts Speculation On ABombs5 Hideaway 9 casual remark by A former Penta gon official set off new ion Friday on where atomic bombs are It stsrted out with publication of a speech made by Curtiss Mitch who left the Pentagon several weeks ago after serving as the defense departments deputy di rector ofpublic The quo Mitchell as saying that in event of war with the first at tacks on the United States would probably be directed against the caves in the southwest where our atom bombs are Friday newsmen asked William director of public Informa whether Mitchells remarks about the nouthwest caves laouM be given weigbt ta the Hgtt ef MT former official The question at at atomic bomftE is one vpoa the department of defesm comment Frye I have no knowledge basis of Mitchells but I can say that at M ttMv during his service to tke C ment did he have iccsst to i Last chief at sml was asked at a Press cluDluadMOBtfM many Abomhe the TMM has and where they an 1 The admiral replied that he did know how to where they are IN east Ml   

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