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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Throufh Friday 75 WEATHER Clear to cloudy Tuesday on Page 26 SALT LAKE TUESDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Britain Faces New Crisis On Economy Dollar Reserve Drainage Poses Emergency Situation Juno 27 Great Britain faced an crisis Monday night and well informed sources said thatj finance ministers of British commonwealth countries had j been invited here to discuss aj drain on gold and dollar re serves which is part of So serious is the situation that political experts believe a political crisis may and bring a gen eral parliamentary election this The decline in led by giltedged government became alarming Monday in a wave of frightened j Lowest Since 1942 The industrial average closed at lowest since the dark days of when the Ger man Afrika korps threatened The index of gov ernment stocks closed at lowest since when this country awaited a Ger man The drain of gold and Ameri can dollar economic life blood of the continues Finance experts say the next folddollar to be published early next may be even more Dollar earnings are falling off because buyers abroad are wait ing hopefully for the pound sterling to be Against this grim the United States and Britain are seriously divided on two big economic Trade Exchanges One is that of convertingcur rencies used in trade exchanges between Marshall plan The other is the trade agreement which Britain signed with in Buenos Aires apparently in defiance of American protests t it is too exclusive in nature i will hurt American Presidents Forces Sweep Major Housing Tests Comparison Chart Shows Faults of Counterfeit secret service displays almost in counterfeit bills seized in a raid Monday a short distance from the White House and secret service Five persons were Baughman points to comparison chart showing faults of bogus HINTS OF REVOLUTION Political Crisis Breaks Suddenly in Turkey June The ultra conservative W Well informed sources reported was convinced Celal leader that the government had asked suddenly in Turkey Monday of the was inciting the commonwealth finance min It was over the governments inithe people to Aksam is isters here because of the seriousi ternal policies ness of the golddollar drain and Premier shemsettin that they probably would meet in Gunaltay i published by Foreign iNecmeddin Minister The crisis began brewing im London in about two of the ruling Peoples party issued mediately after the Democrats Sir Stafford chancellor I a communique saying the govern of the at the meeting j ment would act with all power closed their annual congress Sat urday by issuing what some quar ters now call the national an may present a plan for drastic and means to block any move ters now call the nations reduction of imports to save doli that would lead to I tagonism It was Political Experts He accused the opposition DemI critical of the Peoples party which palmed off bogus bills Secret Service Nets Bogus Money Ring June 2 tup secret service Monday smashed a clever counterfeiting ring operating two blocks from the White House in the shadow of the World bank by arresting four men and a woman and seiz ing their Secret service chief Baughman said his agents moved in on the alleged counterfeiters just after they had completed a swing around the country duringof senate forces supporting Tafts Tall Ties Role On Labor To Injunction Says Hell Vote Nay If Court Power Cut From Measure j I June 2T Robert Taft Ohio i served notice Monday night he will vote against his own national emergency strikesettling machinery if the senate strips it of injunction That may in crucial senate rollcalls due Two or three votes may make the dif I If the court injunctions go and if Taft helps vote his own plan Unto Harry S Tru mans original labor proposals on this point will stand They call only for a 30day cool off period in emergency Crucial Day This was the situation on the eve of a crucial day in Tru mans campaign to repeal the Taft Hartley act and replace it with a modified Wagner Taft proposes to amend the Truman plan by giving the government power not only to halt strikes by as the Taft Hartley act but to seize plants for up to 60 Spessard Holland proposes to amend that by striking out the His plan is not rated a high chance of It will be voted on first But Scott Lucas Louis Gets confi dence vole in sweeping Canada Vote Gives Win To Liberals Jung 27 Liberal party government headed by Louis Laurent won a vote of confidence from the Canadian people sweeping to vic the majority would strike tory in nationwide elections for out Tafts injunctions and keep j 262 Ijouse commons Drive for Passage of Bill In House Ballot Today June 27 complete house administration forces Monday won a series of smashing victories for Harry S Trumans big housing bill and then drove hard toward passage The Truman forces won all the major tests in the first votingon j SUBSIDY CLASH the Foes cried socialism arid Thomas Raps Ikes School Bill Criticism warned against bigger federal ex But the Republican op position was badly with some seeking a compromise and others opposing any bill at After five hours of the house quit for the Passage of the housing which Speaker Sam Rayburn pre dicted by Tuesday would hand Truman the first major June 27 Elbert Thomas Utah victory for his fair deal domestic Monday rebuked Dwight the plant seizure powers He may put this Stand or Fall If Lucas amendment Taft feels it will have torn the heart from his proposal the power of He declared that seizure powers alone would be onesided and therefore he would vote nay on his own as amended by That might mean the collapse ocratic party of trying to create j on small a terroristic atmosphere and An atmosphere of intense bit1 Political experts said that any I called upon the nation not to bejterness ran through the weeklong such to make the postj congress of the They also seized at least war life of the average Briton uon More Seats i in sPurious federal reserve I might compel the notes and an elaborate photo government to call a general elec The communique said next and engraving plant lo rrn be iJCHlIUXelllllldl jcated in an Hstreet suite in JUClffe j downtown Washington next to the j headquarters of the World The count of the bogus money had not been completed and the total may be as high as If the White House program would emerge from one of the worst parliamentary snarls of the to stand or fall without tion this fall instead of awaiting years general election would be the end of the present parliament I conducted with complete freedom a year from and The Democrats have J Leading members of the cabj contended they won far more seats including those who from its iin the 1946 election than the economic policy met cial count gave Monday night at 10 Downing Tne crlfs came on the close of i the official residence of j congress of the Demoj kjCl 1 CSl IXllllS Prime Minister Clement Att to hear a report from Cripps on a talk he had Monday with Averell American am bassador for the Marshall L The CrippsHarriman talk cerned the dispute over currency convertibility in connection with trade among Marshall plan conn cratic in which cries of re Baughman described the seizure as one of the largest in recent He said the ring could have fc5 Coplon Bid For Acquittal volt and bitter anger against the June 2S the secret banks June 27 t ruling Peoples partv were s turbulent rail strike ended j and merchants considerable j Federal Judge Albert Returns from Drew s 1 The Democratsmain complaints 5 lhe rctllrned I trouble if its operations had conI reiected a finai defense bid for Ontano supported centered around what they termed ito their Jobs on schedule and the tinned for another two or three an unfair election law and heavyiRussi cortrolled management weeks handed nolice again took over control of the stai handed police Emergency Session The tions in western Speed of Action I acquittal Monday as both sides rested in the nineweekold espio Supports Cripps It was understood that the cabI No traffic moved immediately i Because of the speed with which i communique was issued but the management prepared tothe secret service the ring I i after the cabinet met in two emerItlirect test runs over the tracks i actually was able to pass off only I the jury jnage trial of Judith e secret service the ring The case is expected to go to The Liberals thus got a mandate to continue for five more jears the government they launched in They defeated the Progres sive whose national leader is George former premier of A third the Socialistic C C P Cooperative Commonwealth was an Becomes Evident The trend became evident as first returns from the maritime where the popular vote favoring the Liberals ran at the same ratio as in that partys big sweep of the 1940 a new province voting for the first time in a na tional also went five seats to Then returns started coming from where Drew made a heavy campaign with the backing of the FrenchCanadian political machine headed by Premier Mau rice The Liberals ran up victory after victory Returns from Drews home prov the The Conservatives made a better showing in this But the Liberals had strong senate passed a simi lar bill April 21 by a 57 to 13 Democratic Strength Democratic strength not only beat down substitute bills that would have killed the authoriza tion for publicly owned but also defeated a 10Republican substitute that proposed to add a privately owned housing Administrationists first assumed the upper hand when they forced a shutoff of debate by a narrow 111 to 108 Apparently not as many southern Democrats were opposing the administration meas ure as some Republicans had ex rapid the house defeated 137 to 99 and 110 to substitutes by James Davis and Frederic Coudret while providing funds for city slum would have pre vented appropriation of billions for publicly owned housing that Truman Davis substi tute also would have provided some funds to aid and frame 262 Seats OOF Substitute Then the house 150 to a substitute of Trumans pro but proposed to go with a program of government longterm loans for private construction of dwelling Not one Democrat joined in sup port of the 10Republicans bill after Wright Patman told the house it involved about and had not been studied by a house commit Several of the 50 Republicans who voted for this bill have indi cated they now will vote for the administration Another by Wil liam Lemke create a system of local home owners leagues to buy or build ivas beaten 116 to Major provisions of the admini stration bill include Federal Government The federal government would sessions in the last 24 had been idle since May the were reports the grand antiCommunist strikj lji5 tnot i f IT assembly would be called walked off their inet supported Cripps fully in into extraordinary session to cope Miss C o p 1 o ns 65yearold At pm EST farrfesti Rebecca Coplon of little over an hour after the polls t of a I i Quebec and Ontario between contribute up to an ern have 153 of the 262 seats in an vnnre tn them position to American ideas in the tne Harriman flew here from Paris said the communique to talk to American Ambassador order to our young Lewis Douglas on the the which I considers this its historical i The United States does not like will never allow terror by the on the BritishArgentine agreement because it is an exclusive one government will act with i tween two countries and thus vioall power and means in its hand I ites its ideas for free trade to stop any action which will lead among our regime to a dictatorship and revoluHonnrv movV Thc occupation powers to pass afake bin ata the movemeanwhile prepared for a new try ater He was identified as George Cleveland Saturday night of a i i closed in the two nip man who authorities tried Brooklyn broke mto unrestrained s to nn3R n fflkp X9fl hill of o ner Vin nrt v rocking back and forth on her chair in the crowded federal as Judge Reeves werelquickly turned down a seiies ofjpOplllation the results not imond ripfrnse moves fnr freerinm at thawing out the economic strombos Cleveland lock in divided The five arrested here First Mcetinir at p m identified as Eugene Hammond defense moves for 25 Walter Wilbur KidI The deputy military governors 30 William F Hughes 28 stares at Mother of the United and his Josephine Hughes The who has stormed France snd Russia scheduled their i and Liberal This was before the polls had closed in western where because of scant change the The party that controls the I house of commons names the prime nearest and Russia scheduled their and Arthur Beban All gave amj ranted but never yet given T S first meeting this series for Washington ito tears throughout the lone trial j cquivalent to the U S Presidency i Kid well and Creighton were a h r moTlfer and lhe Laurent and If i T J fart flM rtnllr nually for 40 years to permit the through local hous ing of pub licly owned dwelling House Democrats already have to cut this back to units and a to make the measure conform to the senate passed to pick up Tenants in publicly owned hous ing would pay low than the cost of the housing The federal contributions would be used to the difference be Eisenhower for criticizing the sen ate passed bill providing for annually in federal aid to As president of Columbia univer Eisenhower recently said the federal aid only those states which cant raise enough taxes to support a high level of Grants A All The bill approved by the senate calls for grants to all rang ing from to 29 a The poorer states would get the larger The bill is now before the house education and labor and Eisenhower expressed views in a letter to Ralph Gwinn a member of the house education and labor commit tee which is now considering the senate approved The general said federal aid fgr education should be granted only under formulas that would permit no abuse and no direct interfer ence of federal authority in ed ucational At Senate Hearing a cosponsor of the ed ucation expressed hii views at a senate labor subcom mittee We read in the Thomas how corrupt the federal gov ernment is if it gives subsidies how corruptive its influence Thomas in one year Columbia got in fed eral aid for medical DEFENSE ONLY Senate Studies Bomb Curb June 27 Congress asked Monday to declare the atomic bomb a weapon of self defense for the free to be used unless an aggressor hurls it But if an atomic attack is Uic proposal laid before the senate by Ralph Flanders would let the president order an Abomb retaliation without waiting for a declaration of Flanders resolution would class he bomb as not properly a tary device but a means for the mass murder of It would bind the United States to this na tional policy Until satisfactory means of control are agreed upon and put into complete effect through the United Nations the armed services of this nation arc directed to pre Argentina Aims Barb at Rap on Britain Trade Pact tween that rent and the amount j pare themselves in readiness to re Thcv a re acting on orders issued identified as taxicab drivers j Drew ran for office only as mem necessary to pay off the taliate with overwhelming force bv the Big Four foreign ministers as a milk wagon helper i judffe Reeves also denied lhe both won range cost of building and oper1 against any nation which initiates council when it ended a as a multilith operator by dcfensc cmmse elections m their own i the military use of atomic long Paris session just n week ago rs as a paimer that entrapment in i The decision of the foreign min isters was to lay the basis for at j least a way of living together that will afford economic traffic TT AIRES tailed purchase quotas of between the east and west zones June and Argenj commodities shall be renegotiated of Germany and sectors of j each jear for the duration of the tina Monday signed possible indication mceting coincides scheduled ending of Communist the German Soviet manage s Easy Way To New Youth With Hair every shape and form lav RED STATE DECREES the governments long shadowing1 final arrest of Miss Coplon and her alleged Russian sweet Valentine iin New York last March I Each and every motion is de1 Judge Reeves said after i Czechs Ban Pastoral Letters June Previous Sessions The allied control authority virtually deserted for a is the deputies meeting said that the In a speech at signing cere agreement committed their gov monies in the white ernment to longterm purchases at governmenr Juan only of badly needed meat Paron criticized nations wage a sort of economic war in Not as Restrictive order to impose their own State department trade experts year 1S tlie JePuties venience on other in studying a virj Tney once made up the al comment apparently aimed at the tually complete text of the agree1licd coordinating committee that United said that its terms were not clid Ule spade work for fourpower TJ S Expressed Concern as restrictive as they had rule bJ the toplevel he pact was last previous meeting was The State department had departure from the multilateral on March when eastwrst expressed concern over the long trade tension was leading up to the So icrm of the agrccmrnt and its The agreement obligates Argenviet blockade of twosided nature on the grounds tina to supply Britain tons The deputies iliat the agreement violated the of moat during the year Gcorgo United States multilateral trade pattern sponJuly date of the treaty KennHh by the United States and to try to furnish Britain Robort Xoirct jn principle by tons during suowsivo vonr ami Mikhail The agreement provides that the life of i I he la directed verdict of 27 Sam who is growing new hair and cutting new revealed All Motions At least five times earlier in the Monday the of the youth Palmer had lost on similar elixir his grandmother taught I j Among other Palmer j contended that the government had failed to produce sufficient evi idense to warrant or maintain a 1 verdict of 1 Palmer shouted that because FBI agents who seized Miss Coplon and Gubitchev admittedly him to The key ingredients arc elder berry blossoms or berries and red clover he Add these two items to a stew of good healthy stinging dandelion blossoms and roots and fresh green shoots from a May Samuel Alter two hours you strain the ndii Jnplon did not claim they i rir with the juice of thsoe ever saw her slip any sftcrets to The g and when the liquid is one and a half ounces of liquid Xext skim and hot Monday night banned pastoral let ters and other Catholic church communications unless they have been approved in advance by the I The government also banned unauthorized meeting of church It was announced also that sponsors of religious celebrations would be held responsible for Excommunications and other penalties against priests and lay had no the arrest was men who cooperate with the state He stressed that F BI were declared invalid and those agents who testified they trailed who incurred them were promised i r Defense government took its action in three decrees announced in a nnd prosecution atspecial issue of the Catholic torneys will open their final arguGazette which it now merits with two hours sell The decrees said 1 instructions for and pastoral letters have been is sued without notification to the as required by only after permission has been given by the district national com A special notice on the back The ministry of education must of tnc publication said that asked for approval of pastoral or ders and other proclamations of this kind intended either for priests or for the h u r c h authorities have threatened priests who cooperate with the The penal ties threatened are for not religious They are contrary to law and are punish The state regards them as Ineffective nnd priests who cooper ate with the regime will he given full of deacons and vi cariate parish authorities must in accordance with the at least three days notice of meet ings in or deacons of Such may be held governracnU its orders to the clergy were offi cial and obligatory and that con flicting orders lacked legal obliga Another article said that church festivities had been mis used against the state and the sponsors arc responsible that festivities will not be It said that district national commit tees might send representatives to attend such assemblies and inter fere in cases where the purpose was different from that an The government took its new ac tion after the issue of pastoral letters on two successive Sundays detailing the church of the 16monthslong dispute with ;