Thursday, March 3, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah THE SALT LAKK TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 WASHINGTON March 2 Pi Spurred by the air forces spec tacular feat in circling the globe nonstop congressional air power advocates called anew Wednesi day for a bigger and better airj mada to bolster the nations de1 fenses j Chairman Millard D Tydings D Md of the senate armed services committee said the flight offers some measure of an other world war would mean to ail peoples of the oarth He told a reporter the successi fuj test of longrange refueling operations shows the increasing importance of air power in nationj al defense i Utahs Senate House Highlights in Itahs legislature Wednesday THK SENATE Trimmed 8030000 out of appropriations hill and sent it Back 10 lions for roncurrrnco or nonconctirronre in amend ments Advanced to third rending a hill to revise extensively the stairs traffic code after eliminating a provision to make an in a parking violation prime facie evidence of the owners guilt of the violation THK HOlSK Approved a hill to refund use fufi and gasoline taxes collected on fuel purchased for nonhighway use Pascid a bill to raise slate retirement benefits and open the plan to all employes of state city or county government not otherwise covered Passed a bill to remove X100 per month maximum on policemens pensions in first and second class cities Passed a bill to set up a civil service commission for state highway engineers Members Agree i Other committee m e m b e r S T i to fTrtHSIP agreed with Tydings that the sen IiUUSU saiional flight of the BflO Lady Luck II greatly bolstered the air forces chances of getting con gressional approval for more money and more planes Perhaps significantly the flight j T HH Shift I I I X CIV Continued from Page One from the bill Forty votes are necessary to pass an emergency was staged at a time when con maintained that problem of seeing Eress face a election on how j that taxfree gas was not used on n addition to increasing maxi much to spend on theair forcethe lhev highway created a Poncing mum monthly retirement benefits army and navy I cost that could not be pajd by the for state employes from to Tydings already has introduced state the state retirement bill was a bill to expand Uie air force to I Farm representatives pointed expander to permit employes of 70 combat groups The 80th tllat tne Iaw niake it j the states political subdivisions to gross approved funds to start such perjury to rlaim a refund in excess come under the plan taxes due in addition to Accordjn to Rep Mcrril K Sends Fund Bill to House Continued from Page One posed affr the caucus cut a S100000 airport construction item to smacked down ion another straight party vote A motion to reduce the amount to 5100000 met the same fate Sen Mitchell Melich iR who proposing the amendments regiMered surprise qnd commented Might Well Well we might just as well filii uiit iow if we are stymied He proposed a fir fit in the University of ltah npprcipria tion and this carried on a voice vot e The state agricultural college was next and a Sn cut there wns approved But the Democrats again balked when the junior col leges were reached and voted down reductions there except as to Branch Agricultural college and a small item for Carbon college Added lo When the amending process was Nonstop Flight Here re Highlights of Action i Senate Trims Soviet Mission s I I I 14ft If f xi U xt i fet I I i s 1 C1 IJ r i JllItli Y T I Renews bid For Air Hike Gets Heartv V Barrier Dose FRAVKFIRT Germany March 2 S army Wpines to keep the door to his hayloft day served eight Russians a gen eroiis taste of blockade in a heat less waterless lightless almost Fuqua came home to his 360 i foodless house besieged by armed Stairs Too Steep LAWTON Ola March 2 Pi Iodine the cow who likes to climb stairs has been grounded Farmer Glen Fuqua is going Final Witness Takes Stand In Biilgar Clerics Trial shut Thats the simple solution SOFIA Bulgaria March 2 Pi The United States and England Taking of testimony ended in will actively intervene in Bulgaria trasm trial Il Protestant and I can promise you financial Wednesday Both pros nd ln vnul opposition to com niuiiisni America has enough Both prose cution ami defense wound up the presentation o witnesses Prosecutor Dinnicr Goorsri can Another prosecution witness acre farm to find Iodine sticking her head out the second story window of the barn looking at her calf We had a deuce of a time getting her down Those stairs are 15 degree0 and I had to poke her wild an electric shocker with one hand and hold her back with tlie other Then Iodine climbed the stairs a second time Fuqua decided to keep the door closed I just hadnt thought about barring her way before but its a lot of trouble to get her down so Ill just keep the door closed Bill Would Aid 111 Jobless j G Is i The Russians had no airlift or any other source of supplies Eight celed the sclicdiiled if his 53 witnesses saving vas Stratev former gen eral secmary of tne Agraiian aburdart not hear and American military policemen on guard for each corner against of the house one for each Russian been told Let nobody in and nobody out Tolallv Effective of 12 The evidence is clear We need more Prosecution witnesses testified the chief defendants and American pohti then spent most of their time at tacking American church forein a at union who is under arrest for his party activities litdVlared Cyril Black former cal mission here and who is now Princeton univer IICKIIIL tfiiii loroiiin r missing Tluv charged that these Rive l had given monv to the tnroiiRh tne KevMh ola Naiimov a Baptist dofendanl hulsanan ants n pay or communism bccau espionage under the guise of irenu Xobody got in Nobody got out st The miniature blockade total in church ly effective But if the Russians The prosecution introduced Dr felt uncomfortable they tried to Boris Pasiiev sec hide the fact From the windows rotary for a Peasant party leader rica is preparing for ivar against the soviet Union and win support you Black hai denied similar charges a buildup but Pres Harry S Tru mans new budget calls for only iu Davis R Salt the bills 48 in the next fiscal year starting amount illegally reiundcd or retirement fumjs July 1 j claimed nlacje llp of 3 of employes sal Vnni R Smilf Riary matched by the state to Delta said thai gas tax exempj pcr month maximum was sound Sen Btirnet Maybank D lions were being given on farm nnd colid bear the increase asked S a member of Tydings com machinery fuel in 10 other states jn retirement maximum mittee said the flight absolutely Rep M Phyl Poulson D Salt Rep Davis said that the finan demojistrates the need for read figures to the effect condition of policemens pen mum air power to defend this u hat the nonhighway exemptions j Sjon funds also would permit the country i cut revenue from Jir in Idaho lifting of the S100 per month pen must have a minimum of at j to in North Dakota sjon maximum In it3 place the completed the savings added up I to some less than the goal of the Republican senators This included a 5230000 WASHINGTON March 2 Pi reduction in the water and power A New Orleans man who lost his board appropriation a ileaith ami his job after ne donated lo the zoial border American cut in the state prison allotment waj may gct orfidals sairi they would gladly i of the barnlike structure drifted the music of accordions j The besieged Soviets were mem bers of the voluntary repatriation j mission here On orders from j Moscow they ignored American i military Gov Gen Lucius D j Clays order to get out of the i house and out of the U S occupa tion one of Germany They didnt budge at midnight Monday the first deadline Lacking orders Moscow they could not accept the Amer ican offer of a suitable escort the late Nikola Petkov for testi mony against the chief defendant Rev Vassil Ziapkov Pashev quoted Ziapkov as hav ing remarked The red army could not have the victory without American equipment ABVERT1SEM ENT and a the slate board on Help from the government propriation to the state board on relav atly orders that might come j vnnr oo T to the tclephoncless Russians alcoholism A bill to pay to A J During the operating process j Crozat Jr has been passed by the i Politely Convincingly least 57 combat air groups and I Before final passage of the bill believe it should be 70 groups he LeGrand Jarman D Utah told a reporter offered an amendment to set Air force officials here meanj twotenths of Ic per gallon while disclosed that the globe of the tax to be refunded for ari girdling trip also had the aim of testing security measures They ministration and policing of the said this test also was passed with flying colors with not even the navy knowing about the secret I plans for the project j Diplomatic officials reported meanwhile that the United States I is intensifying its efforts to re measure u tain routine landing and re fueling rights for air force plares at the Americanbuilt air base at i Dhahran in Saudi Arabia R This base served as one ol the Stiff Opposition The highway civil service meas ure aroused strong opposition in house members who labeled the bill as a political four refueling points for the blanket present em ployes into office Under the laws provisions al present en s automatically would he and dismissed would be under direction ot a civil service in Lady Luck II around the world The present agreement under i i board and onlv for defined causes which the United States uses the j its sprint smh as and dishon ity Majority Leader Maurice Ander Dhnhran is due to expire the middle of this month Dry Law Repeal OKLAHOMA CITY March 2 Pi initiative petition bearing 212231 signatures calling for an j election on repeal of Oklahomas son D Utah said the value of civil service for improving effi ciency and closing the door to political abuses already has been proved and urged that present road engineers needed security in their jobs A motion by Rfp Dilworth S Woollev R Salt Lake to make in Secy of State Wilburn Cart shouted down by the Democratic Wrights office Wednesday the act effective Jan 1 bonedry prohibition law was filed rather than immediately 1953 was limit would be onehalf of the monthly pay of policemen at the time of retirement Revenue Bonds The bill to permit the state board of education to issue rev enue bonds for selfliquidating projects at junior colleges also extends the boards power to per mit purchase and sale of land Rep A I Tippetts D Sanpete said that the powers already have been given the governing boards of the states two other institu i lions of higher 1 sity of Utah and Utah State i Agricultural college i Speaker Ed J McPolin D Summit appointed Reps Thomas M Rees D Salt W O Larson D Salt Lake and W Frank Aldous R Salt Lake to I meet with a senate conference committee in an attempt to iron out interhouse difficulties on HB 14 The house refused to accept a senate amendment to the bill The bill authorizes sewage im provement districts to issue gen oral obligation and revenue bonds i to finance sewage projects i The house will reconvene Thurs riav at 9 am i Do you feel bloated and miserable after j every meal If so here Is how you may rld yourself of this nervous distress Thousands have found It the way to be J and happy again food enters the stomach a T e must flow normally to i the issue into the political arena has spent on doctors and hospital May Have Effect i bills now to the senate And corridor discussion indi cated that the emergence of thejega responsibility for compensa1 provost marshal in Frankfurt did eel pohtical line which has the moral and cqultaWe I the heavilv shuttered house oeen maiiiinDuihndoit iirt e responsibility is commanding Wednesday morning for a 15min itorv tests an effect on other pending bills Crozat who is 49 is still The reductions made by the senI abcd He slffered paraysis ate follow the new right sjde soon after he macje blood donation to the Red Cross the debate occasionally took on a house Tha represpnts SDOOO com I Lt Col Andrei Lazarev head iwell rheerfuTari plus S202638 Croat j of the mission fnio tin or0na has spent on doctors and hospital l y j fprtaln i bills It now goes to the senate I jre ttas turned away politelv but ard frequently cause a mor I A house judiciary committee convincingly report said the government has no I Col Stirling A Wood U S resMess sleep weakness s ute conference with Col Vassilv i Positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is To get real relief you must Increase fcf nnM ihrt Liun ijnoajuji to nonorganic stomach disturbance appearing first and the original a to the Red Cross te due to tbe sss Tonlc rormula appropriation second necemher iqri contains special and potent actl Utah Water and Power board MuZ o r1 1 Bating Ingredients fund S500 000 and At hS Orleansi Snaps Own Car Crash i Also SSS Tonic helps bulWup non iunu jouuuuu Arm didnt say TTT DrRanlc weak watery blood In nutrl 000 state prison administration thjnc abollt it llntil after tne war SANTA PAULA Cal March 2 tlona with a good flow of and 5700000 thft bank was closcd I W I knew if the word of my paralysis I of the and 54000000 got arovmd it would defeat my cused his camera on the Stewart Training School purpose in first offering my blood i jnto a store front University of Utah for Stewart j then hi eyes bulged It was Ws training school research and spe in Red Cross Grav Ladies work car He had loaned t to a items S470250 to S195000 Thlis js his story Photosranher Tacv Dubose thls Eastrlc digestive Juice plus rich red iacj uuoose blood you should eat bettersleep better LAUNDRY e Santa Paula Chronicle fo feel better work better play better h Avoid punlshlne yourself with over and SAFE SPEEDY SOAP FOR In World War 1 he was a stu in the army training corps lailed Utah State Agricultural college administration S2150000 Utah State Agricul hesaw tural college experimental station aclion and n War n the army and Utah State Agricultural college navy rojectcd him for active duty extension division and because of his poor eyesight Branch Agricultural col He lhen volunteered for Red lege administration 5209250 and Cross work He was accepted for 5315000 Branch Agricultural blood donations loge research and special item He becamp aftgr dnnatng a repair Dont wait Join the host of Ardell D James IS who toldlfciPW people SSS Tonic has helped Millions of bottles sold Get a bottle ol j your drug store today i police Wednesday the brakes had 533 Tonic fr SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health and 515000 Carbon College Cut Carbon college for extension classes S2S50 and SiOOO Salt Modern Science Proves famous old majority as was an amendment to require present highway engi neers to take an examination to qualify for civil service jobs 88 For 22 Against vote was 38 for 22 against which automatically wiped the effective upon approval clause Odoin to Retry Flight SAN FRANCISCO March 2 William P Odom dis mantled his singleengine Beech craft Bonanza Wednesday and j prepared to airshp it to Honolulu i where he will make another atj tempt to fly 5300 miles nonstop i to New York City Odom tried the long flight Jan 1213 but was forced to land at Oakland Cal LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR 12nil Dny SEN AT K Hills IaHtiii Hll 303 Appriipriatlonn romniif appropriations bill Senate voted to recede from amend ment made other amendments and repassed measure Bills Introduced SB 298 appropriate 575000 to aid in construction of a hiRh school i destroyed by lire in Rich county THE HOLSE Hills Passed HB 13 brlnR present state rod enRtnecrs under pint of blood in April 1943 but he returned in December Half Pint Only a half pint was taken then because he became ill during the Lake area vocational school I flu Til 31 A few hours later he became partially paralyzed His health gone he couldnt keep on with his 000 and 5500000 Central Utah vocational school at Frovo 250 and state hoard on alcoholism and One other amendment was the suranceVonimission clerk separation of a lump sum appro T house commiUce pnation of to the state physicians job as Louisiana in agreed said unanimously en mto hvo I that the blood donations were for administration responsible for the calamity 2 for health services which hcfcll Mr Until To Third Reading then he was a healthv man Jn addition to fighting anolher round in the appropriations battle Kansas LiffHOr Control the somite advanced to third read 1 ing a bill to revise extensively the TOPEKA Kas March 2 Ti state traffic cod after taking out The Kansas senate late Wednes a provision to make an automobile dav adopted 2812 a conference re prima facie evidence that the Port compromising differences owner is guilty of a parking vio ovpr a state control law and lation if the automobile is insent the longdisputed bill to Gov SB formula has 3 top after setting a distance record of board iSaaor i i j j 2106 miles for planes of the cough rehef ingredients Bonanzas size Smith Brothers 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