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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS fatermountain Network Station KALL Thronth Friday WEATHER Variable high Details on Page 41 24 SALT LAKE MONDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS World Bank Tighten Fund Dollar Drain Speeds Drive to Maintain Quick Help Source e Under pressure from the United the multibilliondollar international monetary fund is tightening up its dollar aid to member it was dis1 closed The American move w a s j prompted by fears that when Mar shall plan assistance ends in the fund will have gone through its dollar This would wipe out the worlds last major source of quick dollar Unrevolving Fund This it was learned In diplomatic has ad vanced the proposal that the 49 nalion fund henceforth obtain from any country applying for dollars a specific date for repay The fund was set up as a re volving pool of in its threeyear It has bej come largely an exit funnel for Of so far less than has been The United States also is em phasizing the need for repayment as promptly as possible of funds already The aim is two fold to make the fund truly a revolving so that collec tions from one country become available for use by Sharp Dollar Drop to insure that the fund will have the resources in mid 3952 to step into its intended role as a ready source of the currencies needed in foreign replacing the huge annual grants voted by congress under the European re covery of the Treasury John Snyder tipped off this govern ments concern in a letter to Jacob Javits en He noted that the funds hold Ings of dollars have been reduced until they now constitute 49 of the total quota deposited by the in the currency A more rapid he Russ See Atomic War As Capitalism Doom KidnapedTot Died in Mother Admits With flags of their states in the four among those who will gather in Salt Lake City during western governors compare notes on expected to arise during from are Thomas New Mexico Douglas Oregon Vail Nevada Arthur would clearly have been inad The originally deposited of which about 75 Brawl Shakes Meet On Expulsion 6 Fists flew Sunday among 1500 United Electrical workers meet ing a violent outbreak in the schism which began with LEE OPENS PARLEY Regional Schooling Leads Hopefuls For Senate Governor Talks Today Stir Vote Fire When the governors of 11 westin Salt Lake City where ern states begin their discussions they were met by Max Carpen Monday in the western governors chairman of conference in Hotel they will j and Frank secre lead off with a subject important tary of the national governors NEW 6 candidates in the nations only seni ate contest this as a test of Harry S Trumans it f ii jit i i in a OLtuitvi Y I4OI UUIiai CO VClilUI o was dollars and 25 Actual the unions expulsion from the L J Fair Deal contend ly about 35 of the dollars have CIO in Cleveland last to Regional Educa Other members of the t tinn frcuD were exDfcted tn arrive IJr ue ear ot Jsevv IorK been No Action Yet Snyder said American policy has been directed to conserving the funds resources for the purposes provided by relief but shorttime assistance to countries which are suffering a temporary shortage of dollars to meet their foreigntrade obliga It was shortly after this that The gathering began as a meet ing of the 500member local 617 of the big Westinghouse Electric plant City po sheriffs deputies and depu tized firemen were called to quell the 10minute wave of fistfight Rightists Revolt The disturbance ended when 200 members led by Stanley Lonev of district council six tion in the The opening scheduled at 10 will begin two days of deliberation on the prob lems and prospects of the west by the 11 western states jgroup were expected to arrive j early Bracken Lee will open the conference with an address of welcome at the initial The discussion on regional Frank American Julius leftist inter resentative on the funds board of national secretary treasurer of the executive presented walked out of the session proposal to the funds 12 and went to nearby Farrell for j member It is understood that no formal The remaining right wing ad fund action has been but herents at the meeting then voted none is needed American voting to desert the1 and join the strength on the board is considered j new CIO international union of sufficient to give this country a j electrical radio and machine work virtual veto over any proposed dol lar Ask Repay Date it now is apparent to countries seeking dollars that their chance of getting them will be improved by making a flat com mitment on coun tries unable to make such a pledge may hesitate funds from seeking the Guy right wing pres ident of the presided at the session in the Sharon Junior high school Meeting Split The trouble started as soon as the meeting Several mem bers of the audience tried to up set Flagles chairmanship and de manded District Council President Loney conduct the The monetary fund has no hard i AS Lonry tried to reach the and fast rules for Its stage several members obstructed rules say a country shall make j his way and the punching Sheriff William Courtney said there were no Sharon Fire Chief John Da vies rushed to the microphone and repayments as its reserves of gold dollars increase but this is an uncertain yardstick because the reserves of many like are encumbered by huge j tried to get He was drowned external I out by shouts and DRIVERS VOTE LOOMS Ching Ponders Action To End Strike 6 Coal industry officials said Sunday they expect Cyrus fed eral mediation to decide by nightfall Wednesday whether to ask Harry S Truman to break the 49dayold soft coal strike through government inter They said they believed Ching would have a pretty good idea of what the governments future move should be after two allim portant conferences These are Ernest Gruening of Alaska produce some plans for and Millard former governor of Several of the governors arrived cooperation between western states in matters of higher educa will be under chairmanship of Lee Knous of The governors will be guests of the Salt Lake Chamber of Com merce at a luncheon at noon in Hotel Utah and their wives will be guests at a luncheon in the gov ernors mansion at 1 Defense Plans and Progress and Their Effects Upon Industry in the West will be discussed at the 2 session under chair manship of Arthur Langlie of A state with Earl Warren of California as featured will be at 7 Monday in Hotel This affair is open to the and tickets still may be purchased at the caterers of Hotel Lee will states registered voters right to the Republican John Foster Dulles and Former Herbert DemocraticLiberal planned election eve radio broadcasts before Tuesdays Each ocntinued their vigorous campaign Watched as Test The New York race is being watched throughout the country as a test of the national administra tions Both parties are also looking for hints of voter sentiment in the 1950 congressional Truman showed the ad ministrations interest in the New York contest by making a five minute radio appeal Sunday night in Lehmans in a speech Sunday to Americans for Democratic said the Republicans are rehears ing a new party line in the Dulles Exact Opposite Strategy He said the Dulles strategy is Politburo Chief Vows Goal Of Peace in Policy Talk 6 boasted Sunday that with the atomic bomb in her hands a third world war would wipe out Georgi a top Soviet made the UTICA NY N v declaration in a speech broadcast from We do not paper mill workers wife want war atld are evcrythng to prevent he ported her 6weekold son had Malenkov reported Russia regarded atomic energy as n been kidnaped changed her story j means of unprecedented advance in peaceful Hit and admitted Sunday night that was the main 8peecn ta MOSCOWS celebration of the 32nd anni versary of the Bolshevist Grave of Capitalism If the imperialists unleash a third world war this will not only be the grave of individual capi talist but of world capi talism as a he He said atomic energy in capi talist hands is the means of bringing1 In the of the Soviet peo ple it must and will serve as a mighty weapon of unprecedented technical progress and further speedy growth of the productive forces of our he In the recorded here by the Soviet Malenkov also said Russias industrial and farm production already exceeda the Industry Output Up He declared industrial output in October this year was 50 high er than the average monthly out put for He added that the grain harvest in 1919 is poods a pood if pounds greater than in when it totaled Malenkov asserted the United States has a plfia to enslave tha entire He said this plan was borrowed from the mad plans of Hitler and Tanaka prewar Japanese militar but different in that it ex ceeds both plans Soviet Has Bomb Americas atomic diplomacy ia now fully Tha thought they had a mo in the Soviet union possesses the atomic Malenkov spoke to the Moscow Soviet council in the BoUhol the infant died in a fall from her The body of the Stephen son of and Henry was found Sun day afternoon in a millpond about 500 yards from the home of the couple in suburban The body was inclosed in a burlap halfsubmerged in the The discovery led to intensive questioning of the 29yearold who had set in motion 13state search for her She had told state police that a strange man snatched the infant from its bassinet late Death Accidental Preston an Oneida county gave a verdict of accidental death after an He indicated he was satisfied there was no foul State police said that no charges would be placed against the The inquest began after Komorek had undergone six hours of steady questioning by state po lice and Oneida county authori From the time she had reported the child was police had privately expressed doubt of her Fell From Anns She stuck to Until beginning of the she sobbed out that the babys death was an She told Coroner Clark the child fell from her arms in the kitchen of their modest An autopsy disclosed that the babys skull was She said she made up the kid nap story rather than admit to her husband that the child was Details of the babys fall were 1 not disclosed Hides Babys Body The coroner said that the woman apparently became panic stricken after the fall and sought to hide the body of the It was not definitely established whether the baby was placed at the edge of the snowfringed pond or in Clark had said we be lieve the child was dead before he was placed in the Picture on Page 4 Tuesdays events begin at the exact Opposite of what Dewey New Wage Contract Averts West Greyhound Strike V SAN 6 I armed with a strike although threatened strike by i no strike deadline had been some 2600 Greyhound bus drivers The bus drivers originally de and station employes in seven i manded a 24 wage boost western states was averted early I Greyhound AckerI comPany Maps Strategy meeting in Chicago be tween United Mine Workers John Lewis and his 200man national policy Before leaving for Lewis indi cated future union strategy will be mapped at this The committee follows the course Lew is conference here between j Ching and Joseph pres Southern Coal Producers It is understood Ching has I asked the southerners to lay all their cards on the Ching also is expected to con fer Tuesday and Wednesday with northern and western producers and owners of the captive sttel for women attending the con They will attend a break fast in Hotel Utah presided over by Tuesdays first general session will begin at 10 and will fea ture a discussion on Expediting the Development of Natural Re sources in the Robins of Idaho is chairman of this used in his unsuccessful presiden tial race against Truman last Dewey campaigned for progres sive and continuing social Lehman But through the former governor GOP leaders are attempting to win by unfurling Russ Marshal Will Serve In Pole Army the black flag of the disaster 7 The Moscow radio announced Monday that Marshal Konstantin chief of the Soviet western has been placed at the disposal of the Polish government for the pur pose of his serving in the Polish Polish President Boleslaw Bierut requested the broad head Since the Soviet officers have aided in training Polands Bierut was quoted as having said was taking into considera tion the Polish national origin of Marshal Rokossovsky and his among the Polish Sunday when company ajid A F L man indicated the tentative agree union negotiators reached a tentajment resulted from compromises tive wage agreement after an all by both night Records produced for the in Federal Conciliator Omar Hos spection of the unions negotiators kins announced the negotiators i prove that company revenue reached a tentative accord at j dropped in the first three 5 after 18 hours of contin1 weeks of October Acker wms Hoskins howj man that the proposed pact still Despite this serious decline in was subject to final drafting and passenger traffic and ratification by union which began last spring and af Terms of the settlement were fects all territory served by the tint revealed pending another sea concessions were made sion Monday to iron out technical in the public interest to avert language of the he Negotiations had been under The Studies Moves It was believed Ching also would meet with Lewis possibly Wednesday The consensiTs here Sunday was that if the walkout is placed in his would not let it continue beyond next week end without taking definite ac If he might make one of several He could direct a personal ap peal to the miners to return to new agreement affects way for the past six weeks for drivers and station employes in pact to replace the western Ore obtain an antistrike in a junction under the TartHartley la bor law or appoint factfind ing board similar to the one that investigated the warring steel j There were some predic ijirre were some preaic ureynound contract which expired gon and parts of tions he would tht latter I ocu Union negotiators Mexico and 1 Trimming But Pumpkin Price Climbs 6 Thanksgiving day dinner probably will be cheeper year than last agriculture officials said The price of turkeys and many of the trimmings has dropped since last Prices of most expensive hem on the traditional Thanksgiving day are down considerably from last the experts Growers collected a record high price for last years small but the supply this year is 29 Cranberries also eheaper this year because the crop h In ths vegetable cauliflower is raid to be one of best Supplies are Long which provides most of the nations produced a crop 30 larger than its record output last As for the experts say economyminded house wives may do better to stick to mincemeat pie instead of They point out that prices of raisins and mincemeat lower this year and tuppliea are Georgi Malenkov RUM would pull curtain on popularity Reds at The announcement added that whose headquarters reportedly were at Mecklenburg in j the Soviet zone of had been released from service in j the Soviet j The broadcast said Bieruts quest1was granted because of the friendly relations between Po land and Slav Greeting Sent Russ On Red Day By Associated Press distinctly a non favorite in Moscows sent the Russian people greetings Sun day on the eve of the 32nd anni versary of the Bolshevik revolu A Tanjug dispatch broadcast from Belgrade said the president of the parliaments executive com mittee sent his Soviet counterpart sincere greetings and best wishes for the wellbeing of the people of the Soviet Many Harsh Words Russia has had all kinds of harsh words for Premier Marshal Titos regime in ac cusing it of being an enemy of the Soviet an outcast of the Sovietled Comin has responded in In Georgi a rising star in the inner Soviet command and a member of the powerful ratted Rus sias atomic arms and told world capitalism it would dig its own grave in any new blood bath of Across Globe Across the in Buenos the smooth flow of the Communist partys celebrations was Argentine federal po lice announced the arrest of 705 of the celebrants on charges of dis orderly conduct in resisting an or der to The police said the gathering had been authorized but that municipal authorities de cided the meeting area was un The London program went off Some 8500 persons at tending a program sponsored by the British Soviet society approved by acclamation a greeting to Visiting Prime Minister Russians He If the imperialists unleash a third world this will not only be the grave of individual capi talist but of world cap italism as a We dont want but let nobody think that are scared by Let them know mat It is not we but the aggressors who should afraid of Denies Expansion Need The American people are be ginning to understand that it there is a new blood bath thera will be weeping mothers also in At another he said The Soviet state does not need It does not need to seek a way out in war as capi talist states War will bring nothing but The Soviet people are absolutely con fident of their invincible Never before in all history has our country been surrounded with neighboringcountries so friendly to our The Romanian and Bul garian peoples are cemented with the peoples of the Soviet Union by ties of eternal Korea Called Friendly In the east the Soviet Union is bordered by the Mongolian peoples with which are bound by long years of friend The young Korean peoples democratic republic is our friendly And instead of i China reduced to servitude by foreign capitalist we now hava See Page Column 1 After World War II maintained considerable Russia armed forces in As recently as reliable sources in Warsaw reported the number of these forces had been reduced to between and These covered the communications lines between Soviet occupation troops in Germany and their Russian home Pursued Nacis On the same Poland was estimated to and about who had assisted in establishing and training the new officer Bradley Fears Unity Hearing Gave Russ Military Secrets 8 If Russian intelligence agents made noles during the recent servj ice unification the Krem five lin now has firstclass details on airborne and two infantry at both in and out ol The army has 10 American military analysis showed A warning that this probably had occurred was voiced by Omar chairman of the joint chiefs of when he testified at the end of the in Piecing together testimony to the house armed services commit tee official utterances growing out have Polish the unification inmiirv 600 Russian otnpr items of general picture emerges The Polish army is estimated to I have about The United States now has men in its three armed j The figure will be re Rokossovsky commanded armies j diiced by during this fiscal i I A ft on the Don front and in White Russia during the He pur The air force and navy to the retreating Germans I gcther have combat planes through Poland and into in a total of aircraft of all an I The navy operates 268 war ships and auxiliaries of which well above half are destroyers and 18 are aircraft The total is being cut to 237 during this fiscal Once the navyg battlt against unification policies gained a con gressional arguments pre viously heard unofficially took on official and the world got a close look not only at technical details of combat strength but at overall strategic Thus it was made clear to friends and enemies alike that strategic bombing is not just j something whose effectiveness air force and navy argue intermin It is a vital part ot and this tional war I ;