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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Hooter Through frMay WEATHER Cloudy with now Tlmrtfey 11 69 SALT LAKE THURSDAY DECEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Must Keep President Advises Nations Chief Outlines Outlook For Peace at Arlington Rites 21 JP Harry S Truman said Wednesday the United States must stand ready in self defense because until the captive peoples of the world emerge from they cannot see the hand we hold out in Truman did not allude to Soviet Russia and her satellites by but he made his meaning clear when he There is no to the brotherhood of men who Hve hi daily fear of tht concentration IB Broad Terms In brotd the president spoke out on the prospects for world peace at ceremonies in Arlington National cemetery mark Ing the acceptance of a carilon memorial to the nations war The installed in the cemeterys wasi donated by the American Veterans of World War It will be played automatically each day at the hour of Diplomats trom many as well as highranking military and civilian heard the president in solemn and often saddened tones discuss the great schism between the free and the captive people of the world to1 Aired Over World The address was broadcast na tionally and beamed around the world by the Voice of In this Truman we have established a creed of selfgovernment more precious to us than life with a gesture to the graves of American soldiers who have died to keep freedom the president continued If man could achieve selfgov ernment and kinship with his God throughout the peace would not tremble in the constant dread of Mankind is exhausted from the ordeal of All men are sick of bloodletting and and weary of the troubles suf fered for so many If we could mobilize world opinion among all men who walk the there would never be an other This we cannot do For the earth is deeply divided be tween free and captive peoples In an age where peace must be we must resort to our own strength to hold aggres sion at In Competition In an obvious reference to this countrys multibillion dollar out lay in arms and economic aid to friendly the president said that at times the expenditures for security seems to be in competi tion with social The attention we must give to weapons of defense may obscure the fact that the real basis of our strength is a strong and active faith in he This is an age where faith in ones faith in faith In the kinship of man and are more important to OUT sur vival than all the mighty arma ments of While Faith lives While faith so does free While freedom so does hovie of a just and lasting Ben HiUman sighted wreckage of ZION NATIONAL ARIZOMA press said Truman vrill meet with his cabinet Thurs day morning to discuss the out line of his state of the union message to Joining Truman at the Ar lington Norwegian Ambassador Wilhelm Muntlse de Morgenstierne declared that with out the sacrifice made by those who died in the last the entire Jvorld might today be in a state of abject Seeks Confidence Vote 21 George Bidault announced Wednes day night that he wovild ask the national assembly Thursday for a Ready for Trek to Hulk Ground parties will start at daybreak Thursday for site near Enter marked X on map where what may be wreck of plane piloted by Franklin Gates was sighted Searchers Sight Planes Hulk On Route of Lost Gates Tribune Special Washington wreck age which may be that of a plane which Franklin Gates has been missing since last Friday was sighted from the air Wednesday on a mountainside 10 miles southwest of Two jeeps which bucked four foot snow for several hours late IN CLEVELAND Strike Halts Tram Lines 22 UP Transit System em Charles White House ployes went on strike Thursday morning to enforce demands for paid tieing up public transportation in this city of ly three days before The strike against the city Wednesday in an attempt to reach the wreckage were forced to turn back and abandon their quest for the They will start at daybreak to ward the craft believed possibly the one in which Las physician and former Salt disappeared on a flight from Las Vegas to Salt Lake The partially drifted over with was spotted by Ben Milford who has been searching for Gates since last Hillman flew over the spot about a dozen he and said he concluded from marks in old snow that the plane had been traveling north when it He said he saw what could be a section of wing of a small plane such as Gates was fly ing or a part of a tail section of a large No numbers could be On the neak is beacon 37 of the Salt LakeLas Vegas three miles west of Enterprise Leon Milforo was with Hillman acting as owned C T S was to become fully observer when tne wreck was sighted He described it as being at the north edge of the flat moun tain on which the beacon is lo about half a mile from the effective at 1 as motor I streetcar conductors corn brought their equipment back to car The strike was voted at a mem bership meeting of local 268 of The site is in the near vicinity that ran past The CIS carries an estimated passengers daily on some vote of confidence in an effort bus 10 streetcar lines and break a twoweek deadlock over j nine trackless trolley the 1950 French Bidault Donald general man said he would go before the chamagcr of the C T termed the ber late Thursday and that the and said every vote would take place Christmas effort would be made to end it World War and some peace of ficers and pilots have expressed belief it is that old wreckage which was sighted by Gates took off from Mc Carran airport Friday at with gifts in his plane for his parents and two children in Salt Lake He filed no flight His ship was believed equipped with a twoway radio and Hiss Denies Rug Gift From Red Party NEW 21 UP A drops as S Thomas tired Alger Hiss said under cross Murphy crossexamined examination Wednesday that he once received a rug as a gift from Whittaker the selfde scribed exCommunist courier who now is Hiss chief But who is being tried for the second time on perjury charges denied the gift had any connection with Communist ac He said it was a personal gift and that Chambers told him he received the rug from a Chambers testified previously that he gave Hiss the rug on be half of the Communist The party was Chambers for Hiss efforts in turning State department documents over to a prewar Soviet spy Kiss was obviously weary after Murphy sought to show that Hiss direct testimony differed in several respects from the state ments he made last year to the house committee on unAmerican The prosecutor quoted Hiss as telling the committee he was glad to let Chambers an old Ford car in 1935 because Hiss and his wife had a new Did you have two cars in the early part of 1935 Murphy Hiss said He told the prosecutor he did not mean to say before the house committee that he had actual phy sical control of the new car when he turned over the old to three days of direct ex1 He chewed on Before arosstxamination the defense introduced a let ter tracing the movements of Noel former state depart ment up to the time he disappeared in eastern Europe early this Hede former wife of the bailjumping Communist Gerhart testified previous ly that she and Hiss competed for Fields services in a prewar Com munist underground in Washing Hiss denied Wednesday that he was associatedwith such an or He said he knew Field but had no knowledge of his poli tical The letter put into evidence was written by chief of the state departments passport to Kins They have been trying to locate Field in an apparent effort to discredit Massings 2000Thunder Stalin Hails On Natal Day Foreign Great Eulogize Leader At Moscow Meeting 21 sias celebration of the 70th birth day of Premier Josef Stalin reached iU climax Wednesday at a meeting at Bol sfeol The 2000 Russian and foreign no present thundered when Stalinwalked on the Nikolai workers representingall the various Soviet republics and their principal and visitors from abroad including Chinese Commu nist leader Mao Tzetung paid tribute to Mao Chief Speaker London based on Moscow radio said that Shvernik and Mao were the chief Mao called Stalin the teach er and friend of the Chinese peo ple and the most colossal contributor to the cause of the international Communist live the Soviet bulwark of democracy and peace in the whole world Mao said in his Long live the great leader of the working class of the entire world and of the international Communist move Concert Tribute The meeting ended with the singing of the Communist In ternational in scores of Then there was a concert by oper atic and theatrical Immediately afterward Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky was host at a reception at the Spiri donovka palace for the diplomatic Alan Amer ican and members of his staff along with oth er as did foreign cor Offer Felicitations Kirk and other foreign diplo matic chiefs offered Vishinsky their congratulations and joined in drinking a champagne toast to Stalins Guesta also included Soviet Mar shal Leonid hero of Lenin grad Polands former minister of war Marshal Michal RolaCzymer sky Gen Stanislaw Polands chief of staff and Hun garian Vice Premier Matyas FBI Enters Probe of Try To Blast UAW Building Charles wke naigMd Wednesday aw of Steel accept the presidency of KenBocott Copper He will assume the new office of January A prominent per sonality in iiw steel Industry for a number of Cox Joined of which Carne gieIllinois Is a major in He began career in 1914 as an Reward Hits For Terrorist Clues 21 federal government Wednes day stepped into the investigation of an attempt to blow up headquarters of the Congrees of Industrial United Auto Workers aa the millionmember union upped the reward total to end a campaign of terror to While police tracked down slender Howard Kennecott Copper Names Steel Leader President Special to Tribune nation of Charles Cox from the presidency of CarnegieIllinois Steel to become president of Kennecott Copper was an nounced Wednesday by Benjamin the United States Steel CarnegieIllinois is the major producing subsidiary of Cox will become president of Kennecott the late killed a few months ago in an airplane crash near Kennecott is the largest copper producing com Duriiig the evening a bust of pany in the world and its major J suspended by invisible wries from a hovered some 1000 feet over his gray walled Krem Illuminated by it was visible all over French Reds Rap Military Aid 21 UP French Communists are urging French troops to refuse to use any arms shipped here by the United States under the north Atlantic The Wall Street warmongers are planning another war which they will fight with American tanks and French say thousands of leaflets distributed around army barracks Wednes Arms Junk The munitions France will get are retrieved from the scrap You are to be the sacrifices of A French security asked whether these leaflets might af fect the said they were merely part of a continuing Com munist campaign to disrupt If it were not he they would be agitating for some thing Treaties Written The campaign among military men follows open Communists hints that party workers will seek to sabotage the unloading of Amer ican arms at French Treaties covering the terms of the arms deliveries are now being written in The arms are to help rebuild the armies of the 10 nations which joined the United States and Canada in the Atlantic Congress voted for the Some French trouble with the officials fear arrival of the first to be allocated from stocks of surplus war ma It is very possible that there will be incidents of violence in the said an informed French ministry American officials are optimisfic that the Communists attacks will be limited to propaganda pos The embassy is watching ths and keeping Washington domestic operation is the giant open pit mine in and mills in nearby Arthur and Successor Named Cox will be succeeded as president of CarnegieIllinois by Clifford former presi dent of American Steel and Wire another Steel Harvey Jor vice president in charge of operations of American Steel and has been advanced to presi dent of the The new president of Kennecott has been a prominent personality in the steel industry many years and a topflight executive in the Steel for more than 10 From 1920 to 1930 he was with the Crucible Sttel of America and from 1930 to 1934 as sociated with the Babcock and Wilcox Tube Beaver Started in 1934 He started with Steel in 1934 as an employe of the National Tube Ellwood works in Pennsylvania and successively was advanced to general plant super vice president in charge of operations and executive vice In 1943 he was elected president of both National Tube and Tubular Alloy Steel and three years later he became presi dent of During World War I he served with the Shipping Board Emergency Fleet For his services as a steel ex ecutive during World War II he was awarded the Certificate of Merit by Hairy S Outstanding Services Cox was lauded for Outstanding services in In creasing the production both of ateel and of finished products in making great improvements In blast furnace operations and In greatly increasing the production of shells and rockets when the de mand was at its peak In Cox has been active in civic being a member of the chamber of com the Pennsylvania American and the Dequesne and University He is a former president of the Western Pennsyl vania Safety Time Editor Luce Quits Names Successor NEW 21 Henry Wednesday relinquished the post of editor of Time magazine and named Thomas Matthews as his Luce announced that Roy former executive edi will succeed Matthews as managing Luce has been editor of Time since its first issue on March when he was 24 years Matthews joined book editor in was named assist ant managing editor in executive editor in 1942 and managing editor in who worked on the Louis PostDispatch for 14 years before he joined Time in was named editor in 1942 and made executive editor in Solon Requests Resume Tie With Spain 21 UP Arthur Vandenberg said Wednesday that Com munist China does not qualify for recognition but that the United States should restore full diplo matic relations with The Republican foreign policy spokesman gave his views in a press conference that marked his return to Washington to prepare for the reconvening of congress on He appeared to have recovered fully from major sur gery which he underwent some weeks Requires Cooperation In his first general statement in two Vandenberg also said Republican cooperation in bi partisan foreign relations will not be scuttled by me too com plaints within the But it will require cooperation and free debate without secrecy or Foreign aid spending will be sharply reduced by congress next year because the time has come for more effective selfhelp by the recipient nations and the budget situation in this country re quires economy all along the The Republican in should be to restore the Amer ican system to safe foundations and to gear dependable progress with national solvency and in dividual to Elaborate Vandenberg refused to elabo rate on that general statement but his use of the word restore showed disagreement with some policies of ths Truman administra Of he said that for the Communist government to merit recognition it must demonstrate its competent control it must demonstrate its willingness to ob serve rules of international In neither respect does it now I qualify for McGrath announced in Washing ton that he had ordered the Fed eral Bureau of Investigation to determine whether federal law was violated in the bombing try Tuesday The U A alarmed by the dis covery of 39 sticks of dynamite in a Christmaswrapped cardboard box at its midclty office posted a v Shotgun Attacks it previously had offered identi cal sums for the capture of the vicious shotgun attackers who wounded union leaders Walter and Victor Reuther in separate as sassination UAW other labor unions and public agencies had posted the McGrath said there was a pos sibility that three federal laws may have been But he emphasized that the FBI must complete its investigation before that can be Authorities traced the soap car disguised as a holiday pack to a but pointed out that hundreds like it were distributed in the Detroit area during Small Soap Carton Police Inspector Joseph Krug said the 39 sticks of expertly bound dynamite crammed into a small carton would have wrecked the fourstory structure and rattled windows fqj Only one faulty detonator and tape wrapped too tightly about the other prevented the blast from going Krug The 11 by 9 inch cardboard car ton was enclosed in candy striped Christmas paper and tied with an inchwide blue which added a bizarre Walter fiery UAW linked the attempted at his educational director of the Campaign of Terror This campaign of he is being waged by anti unAmerican He said whoever was respon sible for the attacks was trying to paralyze the union and its ac tivities through We will not be Both Reuthers are avowed of Police Commissioner Harry Toy said the professional job of packing the which po lice said would have heavily dam aged the adjacent General Motors research indicated coal miners might be Miners Faction But UAW al though he agreed that Reuther fought a miners faction when he was struggling for control of the branded Toys state ment Walter and Victor high union officials and a third Reu ther were not in the Only two cleaning women were on but Krug said 75 workers in the re search laboratories might have been injured had the charge gone This violence was the third inci dent within 19 A would be assassin blasted Walter Reu ther in his arm and chest April as he stood in the kitchen of his bombing with assassination tempts against himself and NEAR MISS Slight Drizzle Foil Blasters 21 anonymous tip to a a steady drizzle and the slight bun gling by the terrorists balked the bombing attempt on the United Auto Workers headquarters Tues day One of the two fuses on the dynamite bundles had sizzled to within oneeighth of an The other fell short by an Only tangible clue was the bomb but police scientific Albert pointed out that it was a common type used by almost any farmer or merchants were asked by Detroit police to report ab normally large sales of the ex Police also began a search for a mysterious green sedan re ported in the area Tuesday posted guards at union headquarters and summoned UAW officials for An anonymous telephone caller who wispertd to Detroit Times reporter Jack Plckerutg that theres dynamite flMt U A W building touched off tht frantic search for the Pickering hurrisd to build ing and gave the alarm whan his independent search fatted to turn up Quaker Citys Blaze Fells 50 Firemen Wednesday UP Smoke and acrid fumes from a fire in an ex perimental building at the Frank ford arsenal Wednesday felled at least 50 firemen at the Two fire bureau rescue squads worked in almost endless relays outside the building at the north em end of the vast arsenal grounds to supply oxygen to gasping fire Those affected were both Phila delphia city and arsenal Fire officials said a thick fog in the area seemed to have tn extra harmful effect on firemen after they left the Using oxygen firemen were able to remain in the sprawl ing building only for short periods of Returning outside they would doff their masks and most immediately become Several victims were taken to Frankford hospital in a police emergency An arsenal spokesman said am munition was in the known as but the amount involved could not be Fire officials said the construc tion of the building added to the difficulty of locating the It is of steel and concrete construc tion and separated into BUMPER PIG CROP Price Fall in Eggs Forecast for New Year 21 Bacon and eggs probably will be cheaper next So will ham and pork The Agriculture department forecast this It didnt say exactly how much the pork prices are expected to drop but it figured eggs may be about eight to lOc a dozen cheaper than they were this The reason for the anticipated price declines is larger Next years pork supplies are likely to set a peacetime record as a result of a bumper pig crop this larger than last a 6 increase in the pig crop next The nations output of eggs In 1950 also is to bs 3 or 3 higher than this For that the department an nounced it is cutting government price supports to37c a about eight cents below the price of Agriculture Charles Brannan said he was extremely reluctant to reduce the egg pricei supports but that he had no alter The government now has about tied up in surplus dried eggs It acquired under support operations this year and in I see no point in moving quantities of eggs into rovenuntat Brannaa whan at a slightly lower price tore would move directly into consump ;