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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS bferiMutaJsj Network StottoalALL KoMk WEATHER Glwtdy with sjBatfenl n 165 SALT LAKE MONDAY SEPTEMBER PRICE rrvE extra Sawyer Says Faces Rosy Future Predicts Continued Boom for Those Choosing to Work Despite the fact that there is ao extensive sentiment among the people for make work state and municipal are BOW spending billion per year en public of Com merce Charlea Sawyer said The cabinet member oa a threeday visit to Utah in the course of an economic fgctfiading trip said the present public expenditure total compares with billion spent during the depres sion in the 1930s when the government specifically set up make work Addresses Betailers Addressing the Utah Retail Sawyer saw a very prosperous America in store for those who will get out and work a He that the government owes a living is vanishing and termed its disappearance desir The change from boom times when anyone could make money with little or no effort is he adding that during his survey he found little everybody owes everybody a living senti Recalls Inflation Threat He recalled when we in Wash ington were worried last year over what threatened to become a dangerous inflation that the country has experienced a short period of the sec retary and the economy is better for He that many businesses are operating at present the edge of making or loosing Profits are for those who operate ef he Referring to complaints he had received about high Sawyer I feel that retail and excise taxes should come Tax Drop He predicted that these wartime Increases will come down when we can find other sourfcee of rev enue or when it is possible to de crease government The commerce secretary said he had received enough complaints from small businessmen concerning the difficulty of obtaining credit to recommend that the complaints be Perhaps the government should be studying means to assist small businessmen in obtaining credit for he He particularly commented on the selfreliance and independence of Utah Utah Utah is better off than the na tion as a having less unem ployment and a larger percentage increase in individual he of Charles predicts continued pleasing and Jerry Associated Food Stores of Salt Lake and vice Nations Retail Gro are attending a state grocers said He qualified his prediction of a very prosperous America by adding in the absence of such im pacts as costly coal or steel and external influences such as developments from Rus sias possession of the atom bomb or the devaluation of the pound by During the the secretary met with presiding authorities of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat terday attended a broad cast of the tabernacle choir and visited the Bingham open cut cop Top Wheat Crop Since War End Seen for Europe 25 post war record for wheat harvest is in sight for This is the picture that emerges Sunday from an As sociated Pess survey of 14 The eastern Europearr part of the picture remains because the peo ples democracies behind the Iron made it a crime to disclosecrop Earlier this one American expert said we figure this years crops prob ably 5 below last The figures coming in now make us think that it may be even bet ter than 1948 Long 1ry spells during the sumasr auCuiisteu for tne earlier Eurocei wheat production in by the latest was includ ing the Soviet which re fuses to furnish Foreign Doles Pass Billion in Fiscal Year Gulf Hurricane Still Resting NEW Sept 2S tjpi1 25 The United States government provided in foreign aid gifts and other grants In the fiscal year which ended June More than a third of it went to former enemy Tne Coiituiorce re porting this Sunday nbteft it was almost double the 000 figure for the previous It brought to the to tal for the four postwar fiscal years covering the period from July to July Germany and Italy rot more than a third of the fouryear total These gifts and said the are provided either as outright donations of tne government or with indeter j mmate conditions and terms of re covery to the United pend ing future In the department the has granted in the post war period in cred requiring repayment overj several it lifted beneficiary of grants since the end of the with a was furnished in fiscal Japan and Eyukyus islands have received in civilian supplies furnished by the armed forces since the end of the Killer Suspect Leads Dual Quebec Life QUEBEC 25 UP learned Sunday that a handsome accused of killing his wife and 22 others by plantng a timebomb aboard an lived a dua love life in a Laurentian mountain town last Two plane loads of airline in vestigators and provincial and Royal Canadian mounted police flew to Spven for the day to look into tangled private life of the lovemaking 21yearold Albert f Solop Rakes Laxity Ask Quick JL 0 Atom curbs For miss Bomb Gams Urges Probe Of Entire Peace Setup A threedayold hurricane made grant and aid to little progress Sunday as it whirled The Marshall plan countries and their overseas got in grants in fiscal 194S as against in fiscal 1948 when it was just start around in the lower section of the Gulf of The New Orleans weather bu reau advised at 5 CEST that there had been very little lingar movement during the past six hours and little was expected dur ing the next few At that time the storm center was about 120 miles north of Vera with highest winds estimated at 80 to 100 miles per hour over a small area near the Gales extended outward 60 to 90 miles from the The hurricane was discovered hovering off the Mexican coast Friday from then until it tended toward a western or northwestern course in a slow Chief Pore caster Stevens reported that the hurricane had remained al per pit of the Kennecott Copper most stationary and i course was in its future Grocers convention story page The next advisory was expected at 11 Germany was named the chief beneficiary of aid in grants in both fiscal 1949 and in grants in fiscal 1949 and in fiscal The former country has received in grants in the postwar Britain and with more than each in post war were second and third in rank in fiscal 1949 with and respec In fiscal Britains grants t o t a 1 e d Frances with in four was given of it in fiscal 1949 and in fiscal listed as second largest TIME RUNNING OUT Steel Union Face Crucial Week 25 KYT fmood for any further strike truce The week and coal contract negotiaextension tions will be resumed this week on a farflung front amid general belief that this is the crucial week in the contract talks affecting more than workers in the nations heavy With miners idle in the soft and hard coal fields under the United Mine Workers no work week schedule and thousands of railroad workers laid off on carrying hopes of an industrycrippling strike of the CIO United Steelworkers of America rests on conferences starting Under the latest extension of steel strike the steel workers are slated to strike at midnight Friday a in ment or satisfactory basis for con1 The mine workers are not slated tinned negotiations is reached this to reHtime negotiations until The conferees have only five days to accomplish this Already there are growing signs that the Steelworkers are in no Philip U S W j brought no activity in the steel and has declared that this is to be the last His remark emphasized an atti tude already made evident by two wildcat strikes last week which idled workers at two steel district plants and increased rum blings of dissatisfaction in the ranks of workers over the repeated Mondays negotiating program also includes US W meetings with the Sharon Steel and Youngstown Sheet and Tube companies in coal fields or from the spokesmen for all parties in the interlocked contract The 28JO workers involved in the two steel strikes stil were idle over the week end and there was no in dication how soon they might re turn to They are employes of the UniversalCyclops Steel in and the Su perior Steel Sherman attorney for the Superior charged Sunday night that USW leaders refused Meanwhile police cabled Scot land Yard in London to learn if any of the persons involved in the planebombing plot ever had lived In Led Double Life The investigators learned that in Seven Islands Guay had lived Little Fellows Apply Strong Pressure in Fear NEW 25 Worried eoustriss is tfec United Nations are strong pressure on bis powers to curb the bomb They want international and the sooner the That is consensus of lead ing spokesmen for the little fel lows in the fourth Their fears about the were high when they knew the United States atone had it Now that the Russians say they have an atomic weapon their apprehen sion reaches new Romulo Sets Pace Carlos president of the set the pace with a demand that tne present which he wants to be known as the peace face up to the But in spite of all the moves of the small nations for interna tional control of atomic the Russian disclosures appear to have made no difference in the threeyear stalemate between the United States Soviet The assembly will try Monday to wind up the general policy statements of the delegation lead The last big delegate on top is Britains Foreign Ernest To Air Evidence He is expected to touch on the announcements by the Brit ish and Canadian governments Friday that there has been an atomic explosion in the Soviet official Soviet newa said Sunday the Russians have an atomic weapon at their disposal but they still want a ban on atomic weapons and strict in ternational The British and Americans are known to feel that the sixcountry talks on atomic enargy will go alongas though nothing had hap Another meeting of the atomic delegates is slated for These delegates repre sent the the Soviet Union and Can called the sponsoring powers because they sponsored creation Atomic Snsrgy com Responsible for Talks The little nations among the 59 members are responsible for these Last year the Paris assembly the big except for had decided there was no use talking further about atomic control in view cl the east west cold war and the lack of But the fearful little frankly stating they would be caught in the middle by an atomic refused to let the talks JThey approved a resolution ing for the atomic energy commis sion to meet again if nothing happened for the six coun tries to try to find a basis for Falls on Progress The Atomic Energy commission failed again to make progress and RAD ARCU1DED V2 Russ Build Rocket Bases Aimed at West Europe 25 has vir tually ringed western Europe with supersecret V2 rocket launching allied and German sources said The sources said the Vweapon bases were aimed at stra tegic points in western Europe from the English channel to the Adriatic The coupled with Russias newly disclosed atomic raised the possibility of missiles with atomic war herds blanketing western Europe in event of an eastwest AngloAmerican intelligence sources said they had con firmed reports brought out at Russia recently by an escaping German that the Soviets were building an elaborate net work of Vbomb launching sites around the perimeter of west ern Evident indicated that the bomb sites were supported with radar installations necessary to keep guided missiles on their The German who was shipped to Russia with other German technicians hi recently escaped to the west He said that when he fled five singlebattery bases had been completed in eastern Germany and Czechoslovakia and that six threebattery bases were being This identified as a former scientist at the German VW Bleicherode works in said he served three years on forced Russian scientific including the Soviet central institute for Vbomb development in Spain Discovers New Sources Of Uranium Ore Sept 25 Generalissimo Francos min ing experts are reported to have found m the Pyrenees new sources of the stuff from wnich atom bombs are Spain already was the holder of the worlds fourth largest uranium Diplomatic sources said Uran more than anything might influence the Atlantic powers to change their attitude toward James Murphy mrrived here Sunday to confer with the generalissimo on the possibility of an American lean to Pat McCar ran of the ludiciary committee was due in Madrid Sunday 10 see Franco on the possibility of loan and dip lomatic recognition by th Franco was however and is not dua back until Oct alternately with his wife and a I dumped the whole problem into the with Inland Steel to allow a back to work motion in Indiana j to come to a vote at meetings of with hf Republic Steel in Cleveland with the Rustless Steel Wednesday when John Lewis and his top counselors are to meet the striking steel workers earlfer The company attorney declared that the officials action was an in dication that the wildcat strikes have tacit approval of union lead blonde known as Police believed Nicole was a Quebec city waitress named MarieAnge Ro because she had asked the postmaster there to give her all mail addressed to Miss who said Guay didnt have a good reputation in their reported that the jeweler lived with Nicole for six weeks during June and July and then in August brought his plump brunette to Seven Eustache knew Guay and Nicole last said that Guay took capsules containing a yellowish white powder quite Charged With Murder Guay was charged Saturday with the murder of his wife and jailed pending a preliminary hear ing He has not been charged with the murder of the 22 others aboard the Including three three babies and 16 other Amer Police charged he masterminded the bombing plot to get rid of his wife and collect the in surance on her Miss was under surveillance here She asked police protection Saturday because she was bothered by too many peotile since the story laps of the six sponsoring The Paris assembly did the majority plan for control of atomic The Soviet Union never has accepted this It calls for creation of an in ternational organization to handle the atom from the mine to the finished It calls for full and unhampered inspection any where in the world to see that the atomic code is not being It also would not allow any veto on its decisions against any mem ber signing the See picture on Taft Speaks Up For Speedy H SsSpain Tie 25 A speedy return to friendly rela tions witis Spain was urged San day by Robert Taft Ohio as a step toward strength ening North Atlantic dfensss against Soviet who heads the senate Re publican oolicy said he thinks Spain ought to be in vited into the community of na tions prepared to fight any ad vances of Spain Strategically Situated There is great strategic value in having the friendship of the Ohio senator She is in a key military position so far as Europe is There is no reason whv we shouldnt recognize her fully in a Walking Calls For Action Against Russ 25 Arthur Watltins Utah said Sunday night that the United States should call in the United Nations tor a showdown with Rus sia for peace before the Soviet can stockpile atom Wi cannot put off much longer a fateful Watkins said on a radio He discussed world conditions in the light of the disclosure that Russia now has He said that this country should approach the problem as Chris tian nation in an effort to prevent But Force Quick Agreement If Russia and her satellites in this showdown are not willing to are not willing to agree to then we can de cide to go on with our present policy or to take advantage of the strength that is ours before 25 Harold Velde said Sunday Russia gained three to years mating an atomic bomb because American government from ttw White House down had bean tol erant of Communist views A former FBI agent who now is a member of the on American Velde that congress ujvlesti gate the entire security and what ne called its disgrace ful record We should reassess our whole security he said in a prepared and throw out of office those Incompetents who regard their political Uvssj as more important than our na tional Charges laftac Senator Herbert OConor went on the air Sunday to urge action of another laws that would stoo from coming to America under the guise of diplomatic and semldip iomatic OConor said in a broadcast that ring leaden of the Communist ap paratus in this country Are com ing in by He said they are the bratia and the guiding fofce of subver sive activity inthis the generals of the CoKmTuiUrt fifth Much Toe Tolerant worked on Red spy cases during and after tne said in his statement that The Russians undoubtedly gained three to five years in pro ducing atomic solely because the American govern ment for the last 115 years hss had the official from White House of being high ly and at Stoat jmit sympathetic f munistaanq the result that the federal govern ment has rirtn infiltrated by a net work of inies An tstimated 160 American Reds and Russian linked directly or fridittctijrto Hb viet attempts to pry secfBtn of the atomic bomb from scientists who worked on Urges Prosecution Russian spies are still high ly active in the United Nu merous cases could be prosecuted without giving away At moment we still are giving Russia an amazing amount Russia and her allies can reach of data hat would be of toil he same of i military value in an sttaclt on other congressmen j It ranges from harbor said that a statement by the official Russian news that the USSR now has an atomic weapon added little to the explo sion announcement made by Harry S Truman Eugene Millikin a member of the joint sen atehouse committee told a reporter Want Security Inspections It is well for the Russians depths to information on jet pro pulsion ami atomic Much of its can be by anybody at the government Although FBI and military in telligence eports on Soviet espio nage constantly crossed the of Trnman say they are in favor of interna tional control end prohibition of atomic but it is another thing for them to agree on the greatest requirement of Effective inspections by other The Russians still have not said they will do That is the one big Clinton Anderson said Russias possession of the bomb could mean a speedup send an ambassador to jn the armaments Until we The Spanish question may atomic Franklin Velde the record of American security is a disgraceful to Weakness and Laxity Weakness and laxity ii the gov Chamber Favors Larger Militia 25 The United States Chamber of Commerce Sunday night urged American business to cooperate in a 60day recruiting campaign to increase the national guard by Tne directors in a statement ers as an indirect method of put also called for aid in recruiting southern operators at I ting pressure on management in i Tor the reserve corps of the armed I current I Economy Backers Seek Military Pay Hike Curbs 25 economy advocates talked Sunday of trying1 to tie a moneysaving string to an armed services pay boost bill ex pected to win approval with little The senate is scheduled to vote Monday on the measure provid ing for the first general read justment of military pay in over 40 Under the bill most ranks from private to major general would get more The pay hike would go into effect October and the cost between then and the end of the fiscal next June 30 is esti mated at Styles Bridges a leader of the economj there is no doubt the bill will pass and that he is for But he said there might be an effort to require the armeci serv ices to readjust their budgets for the fiscal year to meet the initial a new airing when Pat Mc Carran returns from a European in the course of which he planned to see Premier j Harry S Truman has said that McCarran is acting entirely on his own in discussing diplo matic recognition with This emnhasized the administra tion made clea some time ao by of State Dean that there are nc plans afoot for the United States to take the initiative in resumiig full score diplomatic rei aliens with Calls Franco Fascist The State department terms Francos regime fascist and a die get international then the let a of Russian agents escape from the country with information on the atomic bomb and other scientific It is he that the executive branch has no in tention of taking any corrective steps that will expose its past congress must act unless we want to welcome a second Pearl Harbor with open United States will not be able to Velde said America had refused relieve its citizens of big military to join Canada three years ago preparedness i See gage tatorship It which bars is guided by human a 1946 United Nations resolution under which this country and most wes tern cernocracies refuse to send Spain Relations are maintained but on a lower dip lomatic The navy recently sent four warships to Spain on a cordial The State said this Negro Advancement Outstrips All Eisenhower Says NEW 25 Dwight presi dent of Columbia as serted Sunday that no people in the history of have tome so far on the road to citizenship and culture in 86 years as has the Negro He spoke to an audience of 000 persons who witnessed the dedi cation of the Boys of the Harlem Calling the building an example of Americanism at its Eisenhower said it was an in vestment in the future of Amer Must Practice Democracy One reason for my great inter est in this he is was the navys idea and no lndcai because of what it represents in There is a tread in the world if there is a dif ficult job to we say let the gov ernment do By that we are forsaking our must tion of a change in policy toward A number of house members have gone railing on Franco about granting Spain a practice democracy U it is to In seeking a definition of de he went one satisfies me best Democracy is political expression M deeply felt We are We cer tainly havent attained But we can strive for it and the virtue is in the Negw BoHs There we people ealltd agita he who would have us forsake some of our liberties and freedoms in return for what thay call federtl These hope to a condition where they can fet One of those ha is always attacking is the But of our population which is Negro nan kttd They their representatives under crosaea and they have never hesitated to spill their blood for tlwir he ;