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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Mundar Throuth Friday WEATHEtt Partly cooler oa 8 78 SALT LAKE DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS President Prepares Noith Owners Unique 50 Budget 1 Defies Cites Difference Between Capital Assets and Operating Costs r Act Law Breach In Suit to End Week By ANTHONY LEV1ERO 30 Harry S Truman will send to congress on 9 a thoroughly restyled budget WASHINGTON Dec 0 UP epproximately it was learned which will Xmhern sott coal operators show the taxpayer exactly how his money will be Friday filed TaftHartley law vio Thus the budget for fiscal 1951 will have a now look on every iatjon charges against John f i i i page in formal as well as in its content of Trumans familiar pro For the first lime in it Will distinguish between the oper ating costs of the government and what the administration deems to be capital tures for projects and resources which have a remunerative or last Budget Aims The principal aim of what has been officially designated as the character classification budget is to demonstrate to the public that i not all government expenditures go down the There will be something new also for the average if he did get a look at the weighing several pounds and con tainingwell over 1000 closely1 printed probably would be i For him will be printed a budget for the in which the huge document will be condensed toj about 40 each with a graphic j This babysize budget will I be released about a week after l congress gets the big one and will be purchasable at the government i printing office for about 15 cents a Holds Several Elements The big budget will consist of several all contained in the same which were lined as follows by those who are etiil wrestling with its structural organization There will be the perform nnce which also is vir1 tually and which follows the recommendations of the Hoover i commission on reorganization ofj the This is actually the main as far as con Corporation Tax Boost Looms If Excise Ends 30 T Senate Democratic leader Scott Lucas of Illinois Fri day forecast an increase in cor poration taxes if congress votes to reduce wartime excise Lucas said he though they could be raised without too much strain on the financial structure of cooperations of this Lucas said iie thought busi ness undoubtedly would be tre mendously stimulated by re peal of wartime But he added he couldnt go along with these who feel the result ant business pickup would elim inate need for new treasury Lucas to say wheth er Harry S Truman will ask congress for a tax adding What will be done is prob INSURANCE First Refund Checks Due Out on 16 30 j for court action to restore a five day work week in the i The southern Coal opened the legal attack In a formal complaint i to the National Labor Relations 1 board and its general I Robert it accused i Lawis of refusing to bargain in jgood faith and of using a three work week to coerce the in idustry into signing an illegal closed shop Identical Charges Nearly identical charges were lodged with Denham and the board Friday by major soft coal produc ers in West Vir Pennsylvania and They represent about onesixth of the nations annual The southerners also represent about Denham said he was referring to charges immediately to his Baltimore regional office for in The same office al ready has been ordered to look into the southern Lay Case Foundation If it decides the charges have j some it can issue a formal complaint against Lewis and his j United Mine Denham then can ask the federal court for an injunction forcing 3 to abide by the TaftHartley i i The northern operators comi like the southern I accused Lewis of three violations of the TaftHartley The first cnarge was that he 1 has refused to bargain in good I The second was that he has through a slowdown in the j work to force the industry to accept terms such as a closed Joint Chiefs Map Far East Visit On China Crisis Leaders Expect Full Report On Status From MArthur 30 nations top military leaders will visit the far east early in February for a firsthand check on the Chinese it was disclosed The defense department said the joint chiefs of staff will make a personal tour of inspection to Hawaii and Japan to survey 4I Feel That I Did Morally Hermann free on ball in New Hampshire mercy protests morality of allegedly murdering a 59yearold woman hit by Shown here In Manchester court with his whose action has won the indorsement of victims admits he may have broken law in bringing about the death of Abbie Barroto by intravenous Ir Mercy Killing Doctor Goes Free on Bond INTERNAL STRIFE f gress is and for The government will begin pour1 shoD Whjch are illegal under the 4 T rvtn GO i 11 1 1 the first in about 90 jng the huge of the the activi1 insurance refund into the hands ties for which the money will be of veterans on The old system of listing the number of federal employes by Direct Violation Announcing this the the operators said j Veterans administration said it Lewis demands for a closed or j 30 young New Hampshire doc tor accused of murder in an ad mitted socalled mercy killing of a suffering cancerridden pa tient Friday won his least Character Classification The character classification civil service grades will be hopes to get mogt of tne checks to union shop discriminate against and Hermann I policyholders by June 30 i nonunion in viola emerged from the Hills The checks will range from 90c tion of the to with an average of about Lewis Friday disclosed that he boro County courthouse to tell to distinguish between ex S17g nas sjgned new on his newsmen he hoped to get to his penses for operations and admini Govemment economists expect j with another small group of k as general practitioner and spending for capital R stilnulating effect on independent coal assets such as public works and t No 1 factor experts have He said that as of today away other tangible i cjted jn precjjctmg good conditions ators producing more than county prosecutors Special ihe first of tons a year signed prepared to present the case to will be categories that dont fit e i contracts which provide 95t a elsewhere and will include interest I Refund Effects FHt increases and a loc a ten Januarv of the Hong Kong Chief Given War Power in Crisis HOXG 30 Red troops stormed ashore Christ This uneasy British colony on the mas on the island of fringe of Communist China gave the Fukien coast mile8 See Page Column 3 wage crease in the operators opening next Jurors Acquit Part Girls LOS 30 Two Hollywood party girls Friday were acquitted of extortion growing out of an affair one of them had with a wealthy television school The redhaired Helen Kel formerly of and Toni chubby brunette from New were accused in seven counts of taking some from Ben Klck of The jury of seven women and four less than usual be cause of a members deliberated for nearly two The case was an outgrowth of a recent Los Angeles vice The girls were indicted by the grand jury after hearing Klekner tell how they made a recording of one bedroom scene between him and Miss Miss Hughes acknowledged that she arranged for the but said she did it to protect her Some effect of the insurance re fund already has been felt in spending by way of Figuring on the about may be paid to thp World War II vet erans in New York and 000 to the veterans in Other states with huge World War II veteran populations in dude California with Illinois with and Ohio with George national com mander of the American said legion surveys indicated the recipients would do about wnat in corrective labor camps Friday j i tion to the union welfare Russ Imprison 12 Japanese In Germ Use SI UP1 A Soviet military court sentenced 12 former Japanese sol Husband Defends The 40yearold a for mer Dartmouth ski champion was charged specifically with killing Abbie of Manchester by injecting 10 cc of air into her veins witn a syringe ilast Friends rallied to the doctors support and the dead womans husband Reginald an j oil salesman handed reporters at i the family home a typewritten its governor warlike emergency powers Friday to meet or internal Publication of the regulations comes significantly at a time when Hong Kong is plagued by labor dif ficulties that may develop into a general The situation has explosive as all unions in the colony are under strong Communist Thrusts Against Formosa the Communists were reported making minor in filtrations and feeler thrusts against Hainan and lesser island positions of the Chinese The Nationalist central news agenry reported several thousand j think Sander is a won World War I veterans they got a Pav Off Debts to from two to 25yearterms derful I cannot believe that io ue for for plotting to wage germ warfare wifes He has my com against the allies in World War i Moscow radio reported Investigation of the death be tnal held m days radio quoted a Tass news agency Generals Blast Rips Detroit Refinery Kills Injures Six 30 100 normally were working at explosion and a fivealarm fire 30acre plant honey ripped through a gasoline refining plant Friday killing one oih worker and injuring at least six All the injured and Wright Officials Tnf fivedav First of they probably will Khaharov pay off their old Craig al 12 said to the charges they dropped Much of the rest is likely to go disease bombs on planned i into real in bacteriological warfare that on tne allies in the closing days of Craig said the legion has set up the war and sunjectea allied war committees throughout the coun prjSOncrSi including to try to induce veterans to spend bacteriological the the money for government The Treasury department each check will bear the inscrip tion used on wartime pay roll Use invest in i former Japanese com j manderinchief in 1 Ryuji Takaatsu Takahashi and Kiyoshi Shunji Sato and Tomio Kara sawa received 20year sentences Toshihide 18 iiazuo 15 Masao Ono 12 Jcnsaku Hira 10 Jiji three and Nonmnsu the Tass dispatch In summing up the Rus sian prosecutor Smirnov told the court that Japan had plotted to were working near a pipe which attack Russia for years but that Bidault Meets Tax Saves Cabinet 30 UP Premier Georges Bidault won two of confidence from the national as sembly Friday night and put France on tte road to a balanced The first score was 305 to 287 on I a proposal to raise fanes by increas northwest of Formosa but were repulsed with heavy It said a hew assault was The Nationalist agency also re ported Nationalist planes or the second successive day had helped break up Communist preparations for a heavy amphibious assault against Hainan 10 miles off Chinas south Hainan coast artillery was credited with halting smallscale Red feelers by Smash Guerilla Push An attempt by proRed Gueril las to seize a north Hainan beach for the Communists was reported India Accepts Red China Britain Next 30 a expected to recognize the Chi nese Communist government with it 10 following the lewl of India and j Indias decision was announced n New Delhi She Is the first British common wealth nation to announce willing ness to establish relations with the regime of Mao Jurma was the first nation outside he Communist sphere to give Mao 3ie diplomatic Burma ex ended recognition No Surprise The move by Prime Minister Jawaharlai Nehrus Indian govern ment surprised nobody in Several other commonwealth such as New Zealand and prob ably will follow suit later in Janu After the end of the Colombo Ceylon conference of common wealth foreign That parley begins British Foreign Secretary Er nest Bevin boarded the cruiser Kenya at Suez Friday f or the last lap of his trip from Lon don to Bevin hat been but an aid he wan in fine British InntercBte Britain hasnt made much secret of her intention to do business with A main reason is to sal vage school and church interests in China worth about George minister of for eign affairs of Nationalist said in a statement released at New Delhi that the Indian recog nition of the Mao regime will no smashed with heavy casualties for doubt contribute to the further the spread of communism in Asia and ended after a perjodic check of records the tax on manufactured goods the defendants confessed t HHlsboro County hospital I from to J ITIU A A J OAC 4yi O O O Reliable accounts stated thatthe Pacific small parties 01 Red troops were landing on Formosa at night and slipping into file interior to foment A spokesman in the Na tionalist capital on Formosa an nounced Formosan youths would be conscripted to help de fend that vital He said the Nationalists would press a general war of attrition through blockade and air raids against the A Communist broadcast from Peiping said with the fall of Chngtu last the Na tionalists now had less than 000 troops scattered on the main mostly in Sikang and south em Yinnavvn Most Serious Threat The most serious immediate Save Taft Pleads 30 Robert Taft said Friday night thet Formosa should be kept out of the hands of the Chinese Communists even if it is necessary to send the United States navy to protect the island the In they will get a full re port on the China situation from Douglas who is reported to be urging firm action to keep the Chinese from seizing American military occupation of the island if The defense department de scribed the trip as a longscheduled leg ot the global inspection tour which already has taken the mili tary leaders to Europe and But the announcement coincided with signs of mounting concern over the far eastern situation ivhich has worsened steadily since the Communist armies overran Bolster Task Fleet Thursday the navy announced it ie sending an aircraft carrier and two destroyers to reinforce the seventh task fleet in the far Also the joint chiefs reportedly recommended at a national security council meet ing with Harry Truman that the United States provides limited arms aid and military advisers to help the Chinese Na tionalists defend the island of Formosa from possible Comsusaist Top diplomats from all far eastern countries meanwhile are converging on for a regional strategyplanning session next Out of may grow a new Asiatic Will Visit Hawaii Defense department the joint for months to visit Hawaii and Japan but could not get together on a date prior to They we Omar chairman Lawton army chief of staff Forrest chief of naval opera tions and Hoyt 8 Vandsn air force chief of Officials said they hava no plans to visit such troubled spots as Korea and But it ia a foregone conclusion they will hear plenty about both as well u China from Urges Formosa OccupattoB MacArthur has been quoted by coiigresional visitors as favoring immediate occupation of Formosa to prevent Communist capture of the strategic islanu the sea lanes from Japan to the Philip The joint chiefs understood to have rejected that recommen dation in favor of more limited measures such as advisers and munitions for the Katit The leader powers dedicated to peace should hang on to The Chi nese Nationalists have retreated Republican senate policy told newsmen that world on the Brothers Divided Confronted by he was quoted as replying It was an act of There was never any malice in my County Solicitor The second was 306 to 288 on another to bring in itne abor disputes in essential Our state department i nnn nnn nnn Itnreat to onS comes from I there for their last th nhnr riisnlltcs in essential ftur stuff Hpnnrfmi Fighting Ahead Bidualts m i d d 1 eof theroad has blunders in dealing are a i with the Chinese situation in the squad had to take j Taft said in making his down the Red flag from their headquarters The strikers francs by putting a utiHUes street car work1 made awful new tax of 10 on corporation profits that are not distributed stand clear betore the announce j men of a policy determination by savings Craie who swore out the murder years were Gtozo spoke highly of the doc See Page Column 5 I tf L 1 I I Udl William coalition cabinet is not entirely poljce arrested 64 strikers are demanding livingallowance j Harry S Taft said raises of about he planned to return to Washing out of the It will tch factor Thursday after a i have to lace the attacks of both ton The Ohio Republican I do Communists and Conservatives scuffle in which five persons were not think it will be necessary to again when it tries to raise still another f r a n c s cut from taxes by Eleanor during the budget de j i Bidauit has not yet said how i send American arms to William who recently returned from the far told a luncheon of the Overseas Writers club Fri day that Nationalist morale is high on and predicted a Com munist attack could be resisted with arms Weak in West Patdfic He also told the writers that the United States position 1n the western Pacific Is weaker today than at the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl despite closer cooperation between the United States navy and air Knowland said that if For morsa falls into Communist hands the American position in and the Philippines might eventually become YANK CREW RAISES PROTEST of the Aurora Gaso ruptured and touched off the gas line identified the dead as Herbert whose charred body was pulled from the Doctors at Lynn clinic said sev eral of the injured were hurned so severely thry might Ted a said we were working on a cold line when slie There were two explo sions and the whole thing was of the other boys and I threw a blanket around an One of the greatest groups of I other guy to put the fire out and firefighters in Detroit history got out of managed to bring the Firemen successfully kept the which shot 200 feet into the flames from blowing up two under control within three j 000gallon tanks only 10 feet from Playing streams of foam on the the center of more than 200 firemen were hampered by a pall of smoke which overcast Detroits south west side and was visible 10 miles awa Company officials said about The explosion shattered win dows at the Imperial Iron and Metal two blocks Officials at the plant were not defended by eight but that immediately able to estimate the all hsd pleaded guilty to the peace was maintained as result of the genius of Premier Josef Stalins the dispatch Defeat Attack Ho said that Japan actually at tacked the Hassan region in 1936 and again in 1939 but met j with a shattering H i added that this did not stop Japans aggressive In order to achieve the aims of the impcriaiists Japan prepared excruciating and inhuman moans of mass Smirnov Tass said that the Japanese were j Tops List of 12 Smartest Women NEW SO The editors of the Book ot Knowledge Friday listed the worlds 12 smartest They put Eleanor Roosevelt in first The others listed were Indian ambassador to the United Stales actress Bette Davis Dorothy president of a New York department store Clare Boothe Luce Lise Mea physicist Ga hagan Douglas and Anne OHare foreign correspond ent for the York Margaret an thropologist and educator Ogden publisher of the New York Herald Tribune Dorothy newspaper columnist and and Mar garet Shakespearean producer and he proposes to raise but Skipper Defies Blockade on Shanghai whatever he suggests is i sure tn ho by the Bidault insists on a HONG 30 budget balanced at Gun Davy skipper of the Isbrandt 000 francs freighter Flying said Friday he Before the two Bidault n ui pleaded with the deputies to mainiwould talfe hls shipload or imlammable cotton tain stability by keeping his twoand chemicals into Communistoccupied Shang monthold cabinet in Hejhai despite Nationalist warships and was he that none of the i 10 of the seamen cabled Two1 When the secretary of atete signs my checks Ill listen to built along the barrel linea of boxer Tony termed the crewmens complaiata the usual gripes which you find among seamen Members of the crew joked about visiting definite spoken of gtate Dean Acheson that they were being j Davy Jones but with a by force of arms to sail the ship into undertone of tension and Hit thc port of crew said We are not here to make our j selves but we have been j chosen lo do our he What would he if the cabinet were ousted You i wont find any better hcof tnem did funds for fares When this remark wag greeted several members of the 43inan they would sail with him under Their spokesman saidvthe only reason they were making the trip was because most regarded as one of the toughest young with Bidault caught skippers in the merchant said he himself up had received three warnings from the state n added My pay checks are still signed Rightist In New Neal national secre tary of the National Maritime said h was trying to gel a full picture directly from the Hanley said that on 20 NMU Joe Curran sent a letter to of State Dew Acheson in Protect the or keep the ships out of the danger Fireman Joe who bat had twt ships sunk under him in 25 years of matitimi gaid he is afraid to take j dauits tax Hans who told me to sail into j running the   

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