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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm Intermouniain Network Station KALL Monday Through WEATHER Scattered showers and cooler Tuesday Details on Page 19 VOL 158 NO 145 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORNING MARCH S 1919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Utah House Kills Bill on Housing Public Project Measure Pegged Socialistic Not Necessary RV liiriiAKn A sqriRKs Thp house of representatives Monday killed a broad bill to authorize public housing in Utah Thp bill failed to gain the necessary 31 votes for pwssnge after running into opposition from representatives who main tained such housing was not necessary was socialistic and was a strike against all privafe property holders Proponents of the measure held it out as an act necessary for j the acceptance of federal housing j funds needed to legalize public housing projects already underj taken and as a measure supported by World War II veterans Debate on the was a feature of a legislative dav j CAPITAL NEWS Both Houses Spur Action Highlights in Utahs legislature Monday The Senate Passed bills requiring prospec tive practitioners of the healing arts lo pass an examination in either house of the legislature dur basic sciences as a condition of liing the current session House that began at 9 am and ended at am Tuesday as the house extended to the limit the last day upon which it could act on its own Sol Bloom chairman of house foreign affairs unit Court Opinion Okehs State Labor Curbs Highest Tribunals Ruling Perm i is Tougher Policies March 7 T1 supreme court ruled Mon day that the states may impose i tougher curbs on union securi ity contracts than are provided I in federal law i The court spht 72 In holding j jthat neither the TaftHartley act nor the Wagner act which pre i ceded it bans states from regulat ing union security agreements i The majority said the only limit is that the state shall not im pose a policy inconsistent witn i national policy Tlireo Common Forms bills Acording to house rules bills only must he considered the remaining three days of the session Solon Leader Sol Bloom Dies in N Y censing and to permit University members gathered at 9 am and WASHINGTON March of Utah law school graduates to I ReP So1 D K Y be admitted to the bar until July start in again at 10 aVn Tuesday man of the house foreign affairs order of the Wisconsin Employ 1953 without the regular bar exdespite the long grind j committee died unexpectedly Monjment Relations board The amination i The house alfo dav night of a heart attack VUUlll Longest Day of Session The dav was the longest for There are three common forms of union security 1 The closed shop in which an employer hires only union members the union hop where new employes must join the union and 3 mainle nance of membership where em ployes who join the union must re main in good standing with the union during the life of the con chair tract Specifically the court upheld anj WREPH07Q Close Shaves Are No Novelty Dnpper Bill Odom nsixs his fliMtrie as paraihute and are loaded into his small plane just before leaving Honolulu Sunday Monday night he battled weallier over the Intelmountain region House Approves Highly Secret Counterspy Bill Iron Curtain Data Lever Passes bv 3484 Vote WASHINGTON March 7 whopping house vote sent to the senate Monday a highly secret bill to help U S intelli gence agents fish out information from behind the Soviet iron curtain This purpose was not admitted openly during the guarded but brisk lOminute debate but was explainedprivately to news f f men by congressional aids famil I Q I J il Aft I ITT iar with the bill X ClllVClHlVF 11 JL 1JLA The measure passed 31S to 1 on Might Kill Rent Control a roll call vote Voting no were Reps Vilo Marcantonio ALP N Adam C Powell Jr D N Reva Beck Bosone D and Toby Morris D Central Intelligence Arm The bill would establish the U S central intelligence agency with permanent statutory authority It operates now under executive or amination j iile day night ui a lcal of Kewauree Wis to PP a ni M fn ma PV hiic i ciict I Ul w v liji LU i Passed two resolutions propos He would have been 9 Vlednes a raaintenancc of memi ing constitutional amendment to payments to exwives and children da I bership clause in its contract with permit selection of state superini on relief answerable to the state His death occurred at pm a local of the American Federation ircr M fho Tincnifai a f npar of Labor CarDtcnters and Joiners WASHINGTON March 7 UP southern Democrat in the drivers seat on rent control ex tension threatened Monday to let ders and emergency war powers of it die if the administration insists the president Good tendcnt of public instruction on a nanpartisan basis welfare commission EST in the naval hospital at near Passed a bill to set up curtailed I publicity department to replace state department of publicity and industrial development j Passed a measure providing for by Bethesda Md j the taxation of nonresident in comes to depending upon the as The veteran congressman wide ly known for his philosophical g counI manner and his beribboned pince levies for I nez had entered the hospital on general fund purposes from 50 I March 4 The House Introduced and passed a bill extend the state welfare sion s power to collect alimony and other claims due welfare re cipients Passed a bill increasing fishing and hunting licenses for resi of Labor Carptenters and Joiners j union On Wisconsin Law The board based its order on a twothirds of the workers SCOTTSBLUFF Neb March S Odom had already broken his It would also allow the agency tc bring into the United States aliens who supply American agents with vital information The agency I could bring in up to 100 a year as a rewardfor their to protect their lives They would be eligible for permanent resi dence and citizenship but would be subject to deportation if they Advised of Death Blooms death was the second Tuesday 3 His old small own record of 2401 miles set last j misbehave after arriving in this plane record already broken BUIJan 13 when he attempted this I country Two Vital Sources At least two important sources f information could be tapped by This time storms over Donner jthis means reporters were told flew his tiny craft out ofe trip then turned bk after a tlle Rockies and OVCr the great reaching the mainland and landed WS at The TaftHartley luIutoNew York flight up a fund to pay claims ame dam Killed Liquor Bill Killed a bill to reorganize the ister state liquor laws Passed four major dents and for nonresidents state ijqllol control commission to with the proceeds going to a game ja sevenman nonpaid board and damage fund director Killed a measure to set up a nonj Floor fight for the housing meas paid sevenman board to admini ure was led by Rep Justin C Stewart D Salt Lake who said revenue j that such legislation already has measures almost without debate been enacted in 44 other states One of the measures a bill to Republican representatives led permit the state to tax income of j the opposition basing their argu nonresidents earned in Utah would menjt more against the broad scope produce an estimated for of the bill and less upon what they public schools I termed its emotional appeal The others permit counties 1o i Particular criticism was leveled raise tax levies for general fund j against a provision of the bill mak purpnses from 50 to limiting ing housing projects tax exempt county levies for recreation to 75 Reps Lawrence B Johnson R and reducing maximum i Rich and Merrill K Davis R munly levy for flood control from Salt Lake described ths bill as a measure to require Utah property owners to subsidize projects built by tile government in competition with them Tax on Projects Rep Stewart replied that the bill made provision for the projects to pay fees to cities and counties in I to strike the pait act permits such agreements when Odom flashed across this west pass in the 3fi j a majority of the workers approve ern Nebraska town at 1 MO am Reno Nev the Sierras just west of again blocked his way Sen Melville Broughton D i Justice Felix Frankfurter compietinff his hazardous j Rather than battle them Odom ri sHTimbid tn a heart the majority that both thel 0rMioi swung his frail craft on a wide N C succumbed to a heart at for the majority lack Sundav mornine iTaftHartley and Wagner acts his make it clear that the states are storms and icing conditions He solllhcrn nis Advised of s death s aeatn to to mill long time associate Speaker Samlet free to pursue their own Rayburn D said in thp I think Sol Bloom was one of the finest men I ever knew ajid one of the best friends I ever had Everybody who loves a great soul will grieve at Sol Blooms passing He performed a great service to his state his country and his gen eration Suffers from Cold March 4 the day on which he entered the hospital was one of unusual significance for Bioom j restrictive policies in the matter of union security agreements Justice Hugo Blackwote sent in which Justice William O Douglas joined Section of Act Black said that the section of Rockies tliroulr o rf Ule ulrou circle across northern California He solllhcrn Oregon central and ovcr soulnern ldano and mto VVyoning had flown some 37ul ocean and mountains since taking i To Keep Awake off from Honolulu at am Thc Qng detour added nlilcs to Monday Favorable AVeather jhis gruellingjourney and hours to the longperiod in which he had to ikeep awake Across Idaho he ran Favorable weather lay ahead of into icing conditions and ex i him pressed concern that formation of j Odom was flying at 13000 feet a oad Qn hjs wings might slow the one thhe told the Civil Aeronautics au court gives it today I think a change in the inter pretation should not be made at ihim down force him to land or use too much of his precious but a democracy such as dwindling gasoline supply I want to spew out 1 Officials and former offi cials of western European coun tries now in the grip of Commu nist regimes might be willing to talk to U S agents if they and their families coufa be promised sanctuary in this country 2 The prospect of U S citizen ship would be an attractive re ward for alien operatives willing to go behind the iron curtain and pose as Communists to get in formation Most of the opposition to the bill centered in the reward fea ture Marcantonio said it might be used to bring in people that ours would i on its drive to curb senate fili busters The threat was made by Sen John J Sparkman D chairman of a senate banking sub committee which has the bill to continue the rent control law be yond the March 31 expiration date Sparkman said he saw little use in having hearings on the bill if there is no assurance it can be passed before the deadline Hearings on Bill He referred to the fact that the senate is tied up by southern re sistance to an administration backed drive to curb filibusters Dixie Democrats argued against the filibuster curb all last week The senate recessed Monday out of respect for Sen J Melville Broughton D N who died Sunday The southern talkathon j is to resume Tuesday with no Danger Eases For Flood On Missouri ViVJ IIULMII 4irt nffnnv nf I seiuenueu 10 one LU Lmee VVBLK uy For it was on March 4 1923 that this late date when the section is he began his long service in con gress He was rcelecttd last fall to his 14th term as a representative from New Yorks Twentieth dis of the city of New York Dr George W Calver congres sional physician said Bloom en tered the hospital because he had been suffering from a cold which he could not throw off east from here i After over lhc Gold Gate With a tail wind he reported flf Monday his speed was 160 mph afternoon he swung over Ml Las Ahead of him if he was to sucon ra Lakeside Ore and on spew UnhingingNerves Harry S Truman has in structed administration torces in the senate to make it afinish fight but they may have to back down and soon Bent Control Law I see little use of continuing these hearings if were not going to get into this in time to permit a rent control law to be passed by March 31 Sparkman observed Sen Scott W Lucas D administration floor leader agreed Rep Emanuel Celler D N j tnat Sparkman was on fairly fer W MOV LCC3 LU llLCa CUIU tUUllLltTS ill ieu of taxes Rep Maurice An1 Only two servants were at the derson D Utah said Salt Lake home the doctor said department was City already has a housing project Deato was at nbuted to an acute sentenced t one to i it i i j i iii sOUII i c no longer the law Black said cecd in his proposed flight to t Td h In other actions Monday the j Teterboro N J were some 1924 mto west ccntral Idano miles He hoped to reach Teter court 1 Affirmed for a second tirneJboro by late morning the conviction of Carl Aldo zani on a charge that he concealed Communist party activities from his superiors in the State depart ment One lo Three Years Marzani wartime employe of the secret office of strategic serv flood area of the Missouri river Monday easing major threats but other streams went on a rampage in Nebraska Thousands of lowland residents were homeless in the Missouri basin and two drowned in Iowa over the week end In two missing col lege students waded and swam to safety after spending the night on to the the congressman dead at Hits Vorth of Boise He passed somewhere north of I Boise but said he could not tell exactly where he was because of a solid overcast beneath him That contact at EST said he flew into a snowstorm in that area He added If I dont get iced up Ill be okay n river I peQpie as water and is as much Pm disaster Kinnf a subject for federal aid Rep Anderson said The bill received 29 votes for fewer than necessary for Paraguay Begins Counter Revolt The supreme court divided 44 How the justices voted was not disclosed Justice Douglas took no part in the case He had likewise not participated the first time chairman of the house judiciary committee protested that the bill would throw out of the window all immigration restrictions The armed services committee brought the bill to the floor with a statement that it could not be j completely explained in open de bate However the committee on armed services received a com Board Pushes Rail Peace Hits Methods WASHINGTON March 7 A presidential emergency board Monday recommended arbitration of the dispute between the switch mens union and the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad In a report to Pres Harry Sj He said he was concerned j shower of Democratic attacks tile ground Lucas and Sen Paul H Doug las D 111 said the southerners could avert the situation by cut ting short their talkathon plete explanation of all features But when he passed over Burley of the proposed measure the statement said The committee is satisfied that all sections of the proposed legis lation are fully justified Ida at pm EST Odom re ported he was fighting light icing on his sturdy little craft The Waikiki Beech at altitudes be tween 13000 and 15000 feet He was using oxygen Keporls Rugged Flying Premier Quits China Post With Cabinet I NANKING China Tuesday j March 8 Sun Fo his cabinet targets of bitter and criticism by WASHINGTON March 7 j House hearings on the Truman laj denunciation bor bill opened Monday with a j legislative leaders resigned Tues 24 representatives voting against the measure were Aldous BUENOS AIRES March 7 i ion was delivered either time Bagnall Brotherson Cannon Cay INS Scanty reports filtering ias Cope Crofts Davis Dur out Of Paraguay said Monday that upheld Marzanis Truman the board also spoke out i about the fact that his wide de1 against the TaftHartley act and Sun announced the re conviction on a tie vote No opin strongly against what it said is tour intended to avoid storm con1 one of its coauthors former Rep to the legislative yuan Base on Bermuda ham Hurst Jensen Johnson a counterrevolution is underway 2 Refused to review its recent a nnnrlorf 1nnll noar Aclllnnri with Joiotii uuiuiauii a COUnterreVOlUtlOn IS UnaerWay LU icvjtvv ita flood watmlaonS at thSr feet Kerr Lyman Marble Mayers in that revolttorn country aimed 154 decision that the federal TJOOQ lappUIL dl LllCir Minlenn j i oTfrxliAa t They had been on a hunting trip Rivers Kise Ominously Openshaw PatterI at restoring the government overi hour law applies to the United RSrmrta Porteri Woolley and j thrown just a week ago W W Young More than 40 political figures p Nebraska Those absent and not voting jare said to have been assassinated ath ice Slled were Crouch Doty Faust Inglej and aupporters of deposed Presi as tne ice rouea by Roberts Smith White The welfare bill was introduced See Page 2 Column 3 rose freely on the Missouri and fore casters said the danger of major floods at most places along the Big Muddv was past The BigBlue river rolled into 21 GUNS AND 40 WINKS Reward Crete and Wilber Neb driving residents from their homes At Crete Doane college students were asked to help sandbag homes in the north section of town where water already covered eight blocks Residents stood on their porches and watched the river rise Water from the Big Blue was four to six feet deep in some sections of 1 States leased base on Bermuda The Justice State and Defense departments had all asked that the court reconsider its decision an a growing practice by railroad brotherhoods of taking strike votes in order to obtain White House intervention ft said the practice threatens to destroy the usefulness of the railway labor act Union Complaints The case involves the unions complaints on some 150 grievances dent Raimundo Rolon reportedly nounced Dec 6 The court then growing out of what it says hftVA epj7crt tnwnc in ViplH fhp hanp is a rjossession vinlntinns nf fnnfrafr have seized several towns in the held that the base is a possession interior I of the U S for purposes of the law ditions had used more gasoline than he anticipated He has been dodging local storms along the route too he said Fred Hartley R N All six openingday witnesses were members of congress Only one Rep Frances Bolton R The CAA here said other had a good word for the craft reported rugged flying conditions along his route be tween Burley and Malad Ida TaftHartley law The Democratic majority of the house labor subcommittee which Chief Prefers Sleep to Salute violations of contract The board headed by Frank M Swacker of New York said the union called the strike ote withj out attempting to use any of four j possible means of peaceful settle ment j In addition the board said the union has bluntly stated that it i would accept only such recomj The CAA said Odom was rei is conducting the hearings agreed quested to maintain constant com enthusiastically with witnesses munications with CAA stations who labelled the act entirely See Page 2 Column 5 I bad Soviet Shakeup Seen as Move For EastWest Showdown LONDON March 7 I tries had to abandon hope oC early KEY WEST Fla March 7 UP morning and even then the vaca ward and the electric plant a half tlonnS president rolled over for mile east of Wilber had two and a half nap of water in it Machinery was moved and emergency generators supplied power A bridge near Wilber water was completely under Winters Tee Cracks In another development from He got up finally at am with a new personal latesleeping record The presidents delayed rising was big news at the winter White House Another main item of in terest was the authentic disclosure that Secy of Army Kenneth cracking winter ice 90 fishermen j Royall expected to step out were rescued from ice floes in Lake Superior and Lake Michigan which had broken free from main ice packs River forecasters said the big i Missouri should begin dropping later after swirling over 18180 acres of bottomland in Nebraska Mis souri Iowa and Kansas before March 20 An Eearly Riser Mr Truman ijs a confirmed early riser rarely climbing out of bed than 6 am But he ob was weary from the ten sion of Washington when he ar rived here Sunday for a twoweeks The great chunks of winter ice rest And never in his public bis broke free at fill trouble spots be1 lory hns he slept so late as he did low Omaha Neb enabling the j Monday Big Muddy to roll rapidly southj Secy William D treated ward and carry oil high water j the event liks a major news break man slept through the first 16 at the school He walked into the temporary salvos On No he reared up White House press room with that important stride that indicated to reporters he had something big I have something important to tell you Hasaett said That is why I am late in meetingwith you Slept Ontil The president Hassett an nounced slept until this morning Dispatches were rushed to tele graph circuits and within mo ments the news was sent around the new Truman had been revealed a sleepyhead Tru man Hassett went explain that because yesterday was Sunday Mr Truman was not accorded the sleepily and counted the last four shots Slumps Back Again Fully saluted the president slumped back in bed and slept another hour and a half while his staff members tiptoed about the house hungrily awaiting his ar rival at the breakfast table Shortly after the president came downstairs and breakfasted on orange juice grapefruit and toast Then he went to the enlisted mens beach for a swim and a j sunbath The top item on the after noon schedule was a nap The president will be joined later this week for a few days by Chief mendations of this board as might i shakeup in the Russian foreign be favorable to it and would perj ministry may mean that Premier Sun announced the resignations members of which were the leaders in the campaign to oust the son of the father of the Chinese republic Sun Yatsen Competent quarters saw in Suns action the removal of one of the greatest obstacles to peace with the Communists and restoration of unity within the Nationalist government Considers Successor Sun told the surprised legisla tors that the resignations had been submitted to acting Pres Li Tsungjen who had accepted them and was considering a successor Suns resignation will give Li i an opportunity to choose his own government one willing to coop erate wholeheartedly with him in agreement with Russia on any big hj t f e Sun became K problem They decided to proceed in western Europe without the in ifa infpnfinn fn ofrilro fn lit WCStCm HiUrOpe WltnOUL Ule enforce of such others SUIm is or an Soviet union aiming at economic as tlm board mieht find unwaresrlv diplomatic showdown with recovery security political unity as this board might find unwar ranted ithe western countries well and a separate German regime in formed sources said Monday the western occupation zones Original Strike Date j Some leading diplomats have The strike was originally set for looked for such a showdown for Fob 25 The board said it threat sme months They have pre ened substantially to interrupt in terstate commerce in Colorado New Mexico and Utah The creation of an emergency dieted that it would come and bring a new diplomatic crisis in Program Climactic Point The Atlantic pact which is to be signed in the next few weeks will be a climactic point in this th7strike tic defense pact eastwest relations immediately program Russia has failed to after the signature of the Atlanj frighten the western powers and effect of starting a 60day cool for the 30 after its settlement recommendations Justice Fred M Vlnson In Salt Lake City C E McDan iels chairman of the unions gen Tuesday morning Mr Truman jeral adjustment committee de customary 2Jgun honors when he will fly to Winter Park Fla toiclincd comment until he received arrived at the naval station To make it up to the commander in chief the navy fired the salute Monday morning oclock Showdown More Likely Their belief now is that the showdown is more likely after the replacement of Viacheslav Molo tov by Andrei Y Vishinsky as foreign minister Russia now faces the same kind of decisions that the western jnow diplomats say she faces two I sharply different courses I revise her postwar policy of obstruction and refusal to co operate with the western powers and adopt a softer policy or pursue her tough policy to the bitter end even though it might lead to war Belief has hardened to convic premier last November under strongest urging from Generalis simo Chiang Kaishek The resignations were not ex late Monday Sun adamant in his re fusal to step down voluntarily With Weak Applause He was greeted with weak ap plause which was drowned out in a sea of hissing as he mounted the platform Tuesday morning to make his administrative report Before reading it however he announced the en block resigna tion of his cabinet He said the decision to quit was made at an informal meeting Monday night He then began his report while the lawmakers aat in apparently stunned silence The report was receive an honorary degree from ia copy of the boards report from Rollins college His plane will land i Washington MrDaniels who hadago countries made more than a yearjtion that Molotov is on his way j almost similar in contents to f at the air force oase at Orlando not heard of the boards recom After the abortive big four forjdrei A Gromyko the new chief iip not out Vishinsky and An near Winter Park about am until called by news ministers conferences in Soviet deputy foreign minister statement he handed to newsmen at a press conference last week In his report Sun attempted to Illuming ni uiuutv ucni t ouuui jj iv rciu t mtrjiuduuii 1111111 ijrniij ity in w jiuiunici i viiti VILV According to Hassett Mr TruHe will speak extemporaneously men said he would probably beMoscow and London in March and are civil servants rather than pol1 justify the removal or Jis execu iofficially notified Tuesday j December 1917 the western couni icy makers tive yuan to Canton   

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