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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intcrmountain Network Station HALL CMoedij Thronsb Frldi WEATHER Mostly tew wov flarriM Details 7 SALT LAKE FRIDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Hikes Fleet Off Red China Sends Two Destroyers In Stop Communism9 Move 29 United States is dis patching the aircraft carrier Boxer and two destroyers to strengthen the Seventh task fleet in Asiatic The navy announced this action late Thursday following a White House meeting of the national security council where Harry S Truman and his top policy advisers reportedly reached the point of decision on stopcommunism measures throughout the far Mine Shanghai The decision to strengthen the Asiatic Ameri can fleet which operates nearest Communist made the navy but there was speculation it may have been reviewed and reaffirmed at the White House Thursday Navy Francis Matthews attended the coun cil meeting along with of State Dean Acheson and other high administration The state mean disclosed another dramatic new development in the far east ern Communist It reported word from the Chinese Nationalists that they have completely mined the ap proaches to Communist Chinas greatest port The depart ment immediately sent out warn ings to all American ship To Back Policy The navy announcement on the Navy Shakeup Scraps Two Top Admirals 29 UP navy Thursday night an nounced a shakeup of top admirals that included the retirement of Hungarians Seize Control Of WestOwned Firms assignment of the aircraft car rier said that the Seventh task fleet constitutes a mobile force Atlanreadily available to support national policy and to serve as tic fleet and the seeingeye dog the court separated from blind Herr ing for raced forgivingly into his masters arms in hearing so judge returned Nck to stabilizing inluence in the west Thomas eastern sea ern frontier I This was the second move by At the same it disclosed the navy on the chessboard L of the seven seas to meet the situation created oy the Red con that Arleigh 31 Knot who played a prominent role in the navys fight against service was included on a list of 23 captains slated for promotion to rear a hro of the Pacific headed the navy departments mysterious Op 23 which led the navys fight against Defense de partment unification Blandy Retires 1 The navy said Blandy will re tire 1 as Atlantic fleet corn quest of On 9 the navy announced plans to transfer the heavy cruiser Rochester and the anti Utah Slayers Pick Death By Shooting ALLS FORGIVEN Dog Chooses Blind Master LONG 29 a guide acted the the Atlantic to the Bates 45 The which normally Tribune Special r part of judge in a courtroom Thursday and decided a case in I Beaver service station attendant j favor of his blind face death by the firing squad Judge Charles Wallace said mothers some 45 will I Vern Alfred Water enth task That based on the now consists of one heavy cruiser and four de In at the northern mander and be succeeded by Vice anchor of the western Pacific de William a fense there is a separate deputy chief of naval naval force under command of Blandy was commander of Operai Douglas MacArthur which tions Crossroads which conducted j also consists of one heavy cruiser the atomic bomb tests at Bikini in and four 194 The mesting of the national se Kinkaid will step down on May curity council produced no an 1 and be succeeded as commander nouncements about what Tru of the eastern sea frontier by Vice j man and his advisers discussed or Oscar according to sentencehe would allow the a yearold German to de cide whether he should be returned to his Frank 28yearold A jury con victed Herring 18 of and Nick was taken from Thursday Herring asked modifi cation of the probation by which he was deprived of the dog for two The blind doortodoor Kansas chose to be shot rather than hanged as they were sentenced in Fifth district court by Judge Will Hoyt at A jury convicted them 19 of the murder of Howard Man in an attempted rob salesman said he was having dif bery of a Beaver service station early on the morning of Mother Present who had maintained a silent but defiant attitude during Vice Robert a deputy chief of naval will succeed Vice Donald Duncan as commander of the At lantic second task fleet in Carney will be succeeded by Vies Francis now con ducting a special survey of anti submarine Duncan will relieve Vice Arthur Struble as a deputy chief of naval with Struble slated for a Pacific fleet New Air Rear John now commander of fleet air at will relieve Vice Calvin Durgin as deputy chief of naval operations for Durgin will succeed Vice Gerald Bogan as commander of the Pacific First task Bogan will be given an aeronau tical shore probably that va cated by Cassady at Vice Harry now chairman of the navy genera will succeed Rear James Holloway as superin tendent of the naval academy at about Holloway will succeed Rear Allan Smith as command er of the Atlantic fleet cruiser and Smith will become com mandant of the 13th naval dis trict with headquarters at what policies they may h a v e i the broke slightly as he agreed it was known that a lengthy policy the result of months of work in the state and defense See Page Column 1 ICC Stays Cut On RaQ Coal heard the death Vane His Des ficulty getting around because he did not have the Well let the dog decide said Judge Herring was seated in one chair in tha court The dogs present William sat in mother chair some distance Nick was brought in and Without hesitation the guide dog 29 UP Commerce Commisjgar House Friday morning by sioner Monroe Johnson said Sheriff Arthur Nelson of Iron listened from an ante room as her son was condemned to She had arrived here Thurs day Sullivan stared ahead with no show cf as he had through I DAMAGE WIDESPREAD the No members of his fam1 ily were Also in the crowded court were j and Joseph i parents of the slain Braasch and Sullivan will be state prison at Su Truman Lists Talk Series To Congress 29 UP Harry S Trumans answers to a cluster of billiondollar ques tions will be packed Into three messages to congress in five days starting next the White House disclosed Setting the pace for national affairs in Truman Is tentatively scheduled to present his views as follows of the union in which he is expected to demand enactment of further sec tions of the administrations fair deal domestic Stress Economic Trends 6 Economic stressing trends in the nations economy now and the outlook under longrange pre sumably disclosing whether Truman will insist on higher taxes to avoid redink financing or whether the administration will undertake some drastic cuts in federal Charles White House press said the 6 and 9 dates are still But he said Truman had def initely decided to deliver his state of the union message next Wednesday after conferring with the big four congressional lead ers by Speaks With Bmrfcley Ross said Truman talked with Vice Alben Barkley in Senate Democratic Leader Scott Lucas in House Speaker Sam Rayburn in and House Democratic Leader John McCormacJt in Congress convenes on The next the president will address a joint session of the sen ate and starting around and will speak for about 35 or 40 His message is expected to run just short of 5000 Following his Christmas holi day back home in Truman buckled down to work on the three key messages which will affect the pocketbooks of millions of He cancelled his usual Thursday new conference and summoned his leaped to yelped and cabinet to meet with him Friday licked his I for a final discussion of his Thursday the government will not curtail railroad traffic because of the coal shortage for at least another the said that he had Mandatory Sentence The law left no alternative but a death said Judge the new chairman tne 3ury had made no recom mendation of Manzione was found expected to announce a curtail un conscious with four bullet wounds Three Heavy Quakes Strike Main Philippines Island ment order Thursday to take efin his body at the service sta feet next tic D in a Cedar City he the coal The Vough wit of the railroads have done d lit showed that the pair had 30 Three heavy earthquakes hit the main Philippines island of Luzon cracking buildings in Manila and other citiee and open ing geyserlike fissures of mud and Hundreds of thousands of Fili pinos spent the nipht in the rain c L t f i 4 A tie better than I 111 1113 i i 1 A and died a few hours lateras the earth quaked for almost 14 The shocks wrought dam age throughout the big Only One Death Despite the widespread only one death and 20 reported to the the shooting for officers After a meeting Thursday with at Beaver after they were returned Las railroad and coal thcir arrest two days after the mostly were he he concluded that there They had signed Philippines Red a tabulation of and de Manila suffered extensive dam age to as did every city of A few buildings collapsed in other Mud The appearance of mud and water spouting high through fissures north of Manila led to panicky reports that a new vol cano was The govern ment observatory said the reports were The observatory said the earth quake resulted from a slipping of will be no necessity for curtailing jt was also brought traffic before the end of According to the both still were isolated by Cross the earths crust deep below the i Many towndi to the The last shocks were re corded at Rear Howard in train traffic he present it probably will be similar to the retire 25 cut ordered in If and when the necessity for a Manziones From Broken had admitted firing shots into Apparently hardest hit were Three sharp beginning tairino Inaugural Talk Link to War on Reds j The defendants testified on the i stand in their own defense that I neither had ever had a I family Their homes had been been broken by divorce when they were they and both had left home and school in their early j The trial hsd originally been set provinces to the north and at and lasting two and Broken telephone wrecked onehalf were recorded in and roads blocked by land1 The Intensity here was slides and wide fissures hampered rated at on a scale of j but was estimated at seven 175 miles Throughout the 500mile length jof the frightened persons swarmed into the open as buildings cracked and chunks of masonry and plaster rained Quirino was reelected 30 Elpidio Quiriixo after bitter campaign against was sworn in for his second Jose p Laurel puppct Nnv X at but a change of venue 71 of the pros Denies Tale Rocket Plane 1989i that a venire of prospective jurors had been irj tamed no Defense attorneys FatrtCK en n and OrvUe IMI both of Ce idar did not indicate that an tion editor Marvin uia appeal from the sentence would be Thursday thf the plane had as president of the Philippines public Thursday and in his inaug1 the Japanese during the replarly selected because it con ural address he pledged himself to He first became president on April fight communism and maintain after the death of Manuel good relations with the United j the republics first chief I born the son of a In his inaugural address Quirino humble village took i pledged that the Philippines will the oath of office to succeed him keep an open mind toward Corn self from Supreme Court munist China whiie helping to Justice Manuel Moran shortly j forestall the entry of subversive i JOCnran aeis Air iieiuru after The impressive cere1 ideas into the Asiatic mony before cheering thousands Three major problems faced the 29 The air force said Thursday that recent reports of specific speeds attained by the rocket plane Xl are The Los Angeles Times avia tion Marvin said appeal V C I i was held in historic Luneta park Quirino administration as it began on the Manila bay j four years in power with a sub Drums and trumpets sounded to stantial majority in both houses the roar of a 22pun salute as the1 of parliament twohour inaugural Maintaining internal featured by a military got Maintaining a stable under way on the spot where na PALM 29 Jacqueline Cochran tional hero Jose Rizal was An unfavorable trade balance is Thursday established a new world speed record for propellordrivcn planes when she flew her F51 ship around a closed course at an es tablished speed of 444 This record flight was made from a starting point at Desert hurting Philippine dollar i Mount Wilson obser cuted by the Spaniards 53 years Fighting the spread of com vatory near Los Angeles was used ago munism to the an the turning flown 1989 miles an times the speed of The air force issued this state As previously the Xl is an experimental aircraft from which the air force is ob taining data to be used in the de sign of faster and safer type air The collection of this data is For this the air force has refrained from announcing specific speeds flown by this Recent reports of specific speeds which have appeared in the press are not correct All Report Damage At least five large downtown Manila buildings had gaping cracks in their Even concreteand stetl structures showed Chunks of stucco fell from the eightstory Far Eastern hotel in downtown There were two inchwide cracks in the insular and Filipinaa life insurance Several other buildings had smaller The Philippines Red Cross re ported fissures opened in the earth and spewed black water in capital of Isaoela Near the Manila bulle tins correspondent reported a jeep fell into a fissure at Naguilian and an unidentified woman was drowned in the Cagayan river at Reina landslides blocked roads in the Ilagan i Churches at Ilagan and nearby Cauayan were reported badly dam I Vow Full Compensation Claim Sabotage 29 weitern owned officially termed nests for epies and were seized by Hungary Nationalization engulfed every industrial Hungarian or with than 10 The Communist governments list included Dutch and Swiss Compensation promised the The Standard Electric Hungarian subsidiary of Americanowned International Telephone and Telegraph big ones to change Bob Hope Ski Nose to top 49 movie moola Hope Eclipses Pal Crosby At Box Office 29 UP Bob Hope beat out his pal Bing Crosby for the 1 movie money making spot of The nations motion picture ex hibitors made the in a poll by The Motion Picture trade publication which will make the announcement in its issue master of quick wai left His studio said he was working on appro priate but it wasnt Then he took off for Palm where hii writers are whipping up hii next radio FiveTear Record Crosby had held the top rung for five consecutive a rec and But with Sorrowful Jones Paleface grossing heavily at the outdrew Crosbys two releases of the A Connecticut Yankee and Top O the It was in rvrJThvn inth in the enterprise with more than 10 Crosbys 10th appearance in the v e ri among the Three executives of this com pany have been held incom municado since 18 on charges of espionage and They are Robert Vogeler of New an American Edgar San a and Imre Hungarian managing Nationalization Necessary Nationalization of undertak ings still in the hands of foreign capitalists is absolutely necessary to develop our nationalized so cialist aaid minister of state Enro Foreign imperialists have been using the owners and leaders of these undertakings to build up espionage rings and prepare sab otage This happened at Msort Hungarian subsidy cf ths Standard Oil of New Jersey and at the Standard Electric which now will he nation Thus we will prevent these undertakings from being used for subversive spying and sabotage against our peoples RiiKKiaiu Unaffected The Russians are not They operate in Hungarian busi nesses and industry through Hun garianSoviet companies owned jointly by the Hungarian and So viet In addition to the I and the nationalization pro gram takes in the Hungarian Vacuum and Standard Oil the Dutchowned Phil lips Radio the Swissowned BrownBoveri electrical works and several textile The foreign companies had been exempted in when every Hun garian manufacturing firm em ploying more than 100 persons was The new in addition to providing for govern ment ownership of every industrial top 10 and Hopas The latters previous high was second place in Trailing the In were Abbott and John Gary Gary Betty Esther Humphrey Bogart and Clark Gable has been on the list 15 times in the IB years the poll has been Western Big 10 The big 10 In western films are Roy Gene George Gabby Tim Wil liam Charles Wil liam Johnny Mack Brown Smiley and Andy De the Herald It also included a ranking by British which put Anna Neagle her Michael followed by Danny Bing Jane Alan John Jean Simmons and Miss Mills and Miss Simmons also are English Shah Flies Home Today NEW 29 UP nationalizes printmg Column 2 India Acclaims Qiinese Reds NEW 30 W India Friday announced recogni tion of the Communist Chinese India thus became the first mem ber the British commonwealth to recognize Mao Tzetungs Com munist Informed sources here said India decided to recognize Red China for these three reasons The Communist government controls practically the whole of the There was no evidence that the mass of the Chinese people is opposed to the Communist The new Communist govern ment had agreed to abide by its international The shah of ending a months The Indian government said re visit in the United will lations with the Nationalist gpv leave by plane Friday for his iernmcnt of China would cease im News of Farouks Betrothal Held Premature in Cairo 29 All news concerning King Farouks engagement is the for eign office announced Thursday through its press The announcement said All news concerning his maj estys engagement is All information published in this respect completely without This was the first dispatch to come from Cairo on the reported romance between King Farouk and a 16yearold girl who had been engaged to an Egyptian em ploye of the United Wil liam New York Post phraseology of the official calling the news pre would indicate the gov ernment was not foreclosing an announcement Egyptian newspapers earJter predicted happy The Egyptian embassies in Washington and London have Is sued denials of details of the story on ths romance carried Tuesday by the Associated Press on the basis of information received from a responsible This source said the king might soon an announcement of his engagement to Narrimaa daughter of an Egyptian civil The informant edded correspondent who left Cairo Mon1 Msis Sadek had been forced to call reported that Stanley Swin the Associated Press chief of bureau had been prevented by censorship from filing any news dispatches on the reports even though the story common knowl edge in off her engagement to Zakl a The New York Posts corre spondent said he and Hashian were followed by secret policemen while walking through Cairo 6Nonpartisan Aim Coimally Says 29 Tom Connally said Thursday that foreign policy remain nonpartisbn and that no change is planned in senate cedure on such chairman of the sen ate foreign relations gave sign that ths tion would alter thia course despite a blast of chilly criticism by senate The Texas speaking ta a crowded news conference days before the opening of a new session of also said Marshall Plan Out Marshall plan for the 195051 fiscal year will be cut a sizeable He mentioned up to as his own target for the reduc The nations military budget should be trimmed mibitimtlsl he Both thess funds are believed tagged for cuti in Harry 3 Trunatnt forth coming budget the tttcal jrttr ending June of State Dean Ache son has assured him that there will be full consultation with the committee before any steps are taken to recognize the Chinese Communist Stop Bedi In Asia The most important thing we can do now is to use our influ ence and resources to prevent tha further expansion of communism in The administration awaits a report from roving am bassador Philip Jessup before mak ing a decision on the next diplo matic move in Connally Spain should get full diplo matic recognition by this govern ment despite a United recommendation against sending ambassadors He said Spain should be admitted to the North Atlantic Defense pact if she her Additional arms aid for Eu rope may be but the amount should be less than the present With Vandenberg As a foreign policy fight took Connally showed himself in substantial agreement with Arthur Vandenberg a leading GOP spokesman on in ternational who has called for an unpartisan Vandenberg has urged frank cooperation and free indi cating he is not entirely pleased with the administrations attitude toward the Attacks from his GOP colleagues on the prea ent formula have produced mut terings at Vandenbergs own of unofficial party Kenneth Wherry minority floor has demanded that foreign policy be shaped on the senate floor in the furnace of free He drawn approving nods from other GOP Choke Off Debate Connally eaid there hasnt been any effort to choke off foreign policy and there also contended the istration has partisan in foreign policy Connally said present procedure to taking up foreign policy in committee and then proceeding from there to Connally said that recognition of Chinas Red which generally expect must not the Com they control tha country that they obey tionai and protect foretffB Connally said the United States should uss Its moral influence to strengthen the nonCommunitt in stitutions in Burma and elsewhere in the Par Turning to the Texan renewed hie earlier stand that full I recognition abould   

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