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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Frldar WEATHER Cloudy Monday with northwest Tuesday Details on Page 20 VOL 159 NO 18 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MORNING MAY 2 1919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Tornado Toll Soars 10 Dead 70 Injured CrazyQuilt Pattern oi Twisters Lashes Oklahoma and Texas OKLAHOMA CITY Okla May 1 least 10 persons wore counUd dead Sunday nnd more than 70 injured in a crazy quilt pattern of tornadoes that roared destructively across Okla homa uid a section of northern Texas Damages in Oklahoma alone wore expected to top There was a possibility of more deaths as unconfirmed re ports in Oklahoma said a national guardsman was killed Hiui an other was missing The twisters struck in Fannin county of northeast Texas and at J Norman in central Oklahoma late Five Democrat foin GOP For Econonrv j Saturday and lashed on through the night at 13 other Oklahoma communities Fortunately the gales struck i mostly at sparselysettled areas minimizing the extent of casual ties But farm homes and other WASHINGTON May 1 buildinss wele damaeed cars Five Democratic senators said smashed trees uprooted and Sunday Republicans will get their j electric lines torn down by the help in attempts to turn a surjwinds prising economy wave in the sen1 No Information ate into a real moneysaving surge j twister hit an air base at Sen Walter George D Norman while three companies of snd four others said in separate national guardsmen were on the interviews that they intend to cut rifle range and 50 persons WCIL government expenses wherever injured Hospitals at Norman were thev think reasonable economies jammed with casualties can be made Guard officials declined to di At the same time George and vulge whether any guardsmen Sen Kenneth Wherry Nebraska were killed or missing Republican floor leader said they Torrential rains and pelting Mil feel the giant military budget can storms accompanied the winds m be cut because of lower commodity some sections prices i Oklahoma counted six known dead and 65 injured Texas four Recovery Program dead and at least eight injurcci Pros Harry S Truman advised Three of the Texas victims were congress lastweek that he believes not discovered until Sunday mom 5iri78o6000 can be lopped off the i ing when a passerby found the de SlOoioOOOOO European recovery rnolished small frame farm home program due to lower prices j of Bryant Wade 60 near Bonham George and Wherry told a rei Tex j porter they feel the same formula j Hpar Attaok can be applied to reduce military i spending George said the armed The bodies of Wade his wife forces use huge amounts of com Myrtie 54 and a grandson Leslie modities which are cheaper now Wade S were scattered in the thn when budget estimates were yard Mrs Wades hung on a drawn fence Her husbands was on top Mr Truman has asked of the boy as if he had been try 000000 for Americas defenses in ing to shield him the fiscal year beginning July 1 J E Miller 49yearold minister He also isplannmg to send conj of near Bonham saw a twister gress a request for about SI150 approaching his home and died of i 000000 tor foreign military aid la heart attack most of it to rearm North Atlantic i The Oklahoma victims included Seetiritv treaty nations Aneta True 7 Tulsa who was i Meanwhile the senate faces a killed three miles west of Meeker new test Monday of its surprising when a twister picked up the car Jet Planes Dominate Parade in Moscow Chinese Reds List Great New Victory Eight of Nationalists Annies Lost Broadcast Claims Ky TOM LAMBERT SHANGHAI May 1 Ccn sored Peiping red radio in a voicecast Sunday i night claimed a great over the Nationalists in the Nanking Shanghai Hangchow area The reds said eight Chinese government armies were wiped out and portions of four other armies were routed The reds listed the fourth 20th 2Sth 15th 51st 66th 8Sth and Stalin Reviews Soviet Might At May Day Celebration MOSCOW May 1 Maj Hen Vassily Stnlin led a May day air show over square Sunday which emphasized the Soviet Unions growing strength iu jet aircraft Prime Minister Stalin the generals father reviewed the j spectacular show under a sparkling sun from the top of Lenins I tomb in company with politburo members and party leaders ln the square a military parade was followed by a demonstration of civilian marchers Brig Gen Russell E Randall United States air attache com mented tliat the parade showed evidence of the continued techni cal progress of the Soviet aid Coill CrTCtCC Hinges on Plione NEW YORK May 1 only thins standing in the way of another V SRussian meet ing on lifting the Berlin blockade is the simple matter of a tele phone call a U S State de partment spokesman said Sun day The next meeting between Dr Philip C Jessup U S ambassn 99th armies as wiped out They doratlarye and Jakob A Malik And the Big Money Changes Hands Smiling mollirr of three Mrs Silva Jacohscn rr seives her check from Herb Trice Tribune contest editor who appears as luippy as recipient Mrs Jacobsen won thousands in contest Tribune Awards Check Contest Winner I come Mrs Jacobsen wept with Jacobsen beaming at her hand isaid the bulk of the 2m army and parts of the 46th 5lth and 196th armies were routed There was no Nationalist con firmation of this red claim A Chinese army Is usually ap proximately 20000 men so 12 armies can be estimated at about 210000 Heard In S F The Communist broadcast also heard in San Francisco by the Associated Press said the governi ment armies were outstripped and headed off north of a line run ning from Soochow soulhwestwurd to Pengtsch JL clllVft This would be on a front run ning more than 250 airline miles I from Soochow which is 50 miles west of Shanghai westward to the Yangtze river southwest of An1 Soviet deputy foreign minister Oraws U S Praise Maj Gen John ODanicls U S military attache also said the mil itary parade lasting an hour was the most magnificent front I have ever seen Other foreign observers com mented on the development of the Soviet air force and the accent on jet planes No details of new weapons or jet plane types were mentioned in will be called when one or the i llis Like all dispatches other party picks up a phone and I fnm through savs Lots meet No one knows which party is going to do that the spokesman said and no one knows when it will be done What is known ia Soviet censorship One part of the I dispatch was not received in New i York thai further talks will be held presumably some time this week Berlin Policy Goad HourLong Parade Following the hourlongmilitary parade a colorful civilian demon stration swept across the square continuing well into the afternoon In an address to the partici pants Marshall Alexander Vas ilcvaky new minister of the armed forces declared American reac I lionaries are trying to unleash I a new world war and that Russias finned forces must be ever alert to guard faithfully the Russian motherland and the peaceful work of Uie Soviet people Vasilcvsky declared the United Slates had openly passed to an aggressive political course and the Atlantic pact showed This aggressive policy is directed By JOHN M HIGHTOWBR Lamberts brief dispatch did 1 not include this anglepossibly j WASHINGTON May 1 AP j due to censorship Shortly before tl negotiations for ending the Her against the USSR and countries he had sent the following dis 1m crisis resuming four Of tne peoples democracies Colorful March fund slah of week fundsiasn or jat wetn Security Money POCATELLO Ida May joy as she walked the three blocks some family tell all the in which she was riding and hurled excited anxious woman grabbed back to her post to threeouarters o a mile Her first Sat Lake Tribune to arj girls I mother and an aunt were injured irive in Pocatello onrly Sunday knpw I WM Qne and saw her name and rq but j dreamed liospital Ovcriaxed written all over the front ter delivered late this Sunday Mrs Jacobsen an active worker i afternoon stated All news re in the 13th ward Church of Jesus I to be supplied to local or of the win Christ of Latterday Saints was I cities abroad are to be sub waJtoo excited to go to church Sun mitted to censorship er talks on Germany continue to The Shanghai garrison in a let S told i day but her children attended and I her three children were the center of attention after Kffcctive April Secty of State Dean Acheson j Every color of the rainbow was will soon be faced with a tough j represented in the traditional pa new problem in foreign policy j rade on Ihe day selected in 1889 The problem as foreseen by by the Paris congress of the sec lomatic experts here will be how onti Socialist international for ob to maintain a i scrvance as labor day set of safeguards against expan1 A bright May sun shone on re The letter said censorship bei sion of Soviet power in the world splendent uniforms and gleaming effective on April tt i during a period wlver the Soj Sold braid Western diplomats said Prime What it did was to send the 100000000 laborfederal secur1 itv monev bill back to its approi One of the hardest hit spots was Trintiorscommittee with orders to i the North base a naval air station j It was the first Mrp Silva Jacob1 back at her basement home in services With her daughter Mrs i chop SnMOOOO off the total This at Norman now a part of the Unijsen 45 knew that she was the top Alameda Tacobsen is a member of the ward I tcd fj d s of prohibitcd i viets themselves may not give frei was a rarelyused procedure The versitv of Oklahoma Three com money winner in T ne Tribune si sht had heen toM she was in choir and an active church worker and are t and evidence of I Minister Stalin looked to be in vote was 41 to 37 Eight Demo panics of national guardsmen were 510000 Puzzle nans contest fjrst ae winners wlien I Said the older son Errol 18 he punished acc0rding totheir expansionist aims good health as he mounted Lenins era is voted with 36 Republicans on the rifle range of the base when why thats you gasped the the Tribune contest department i i martial law That Acheson himself is aware with members the Polit for the cut the storm struck ffiri at Ule newsstand as she looked Iook her picture for Sunday mornj bal 1 X j The were listed as pro of the problem was sujrffested l Communist leaders to re Chairman Kenneth McKeilar Fifty persons were injured i from the paper to the customer ings announcement a Jate Wth ail Erl m town wue the problem was suggested vlcw Ule show McKeilar Fifty persons were injured from paper to the CD Tenr of the appropriations many of them guardsmen and six antj again unbelievingly committee has announced he will were listed as critical The Munici xjht at Mountain Telephone snd Telegraph ask someone to make a motion to pal hospital at Norman was over reconsider Monday taxed by the casualties and those NEW LAW Rent Answers Due Today WASHINGTON May i Tiie government this week answers the big question for M000000 renters Does the new law let my rent go up Housing Expediter Tighe Woods provides the yes or no late Mon with less serious hurts were taken j to the Oklahoma university cam pus hospital j A main power line to the Mu ricipal hospital was snapped and doctors and nurses were forced to work by emergency lights from a portable generator as well as gas lamps and lanterns i Missed Barracks telephone lines between she uorks to simplei ringing at Couldnt Happen The Jacobsens telephone began mrnt a seminvalid husbands inj IT spent the rest of Sunday an dav with an official statement of the newlyenacted federal rent ceilings policy under law extendin to July 1 1950 The policy will result in in creases in many parts of the na tion authorities state But Woods and key lieutenants arc stand ing pit on an earlier statement 1ha a sojicral acrnsstheboard boost will not result Byrd Attacks School Aid As Tandora WASHINGTON May 1 Sen Harry Flood Byrd D Va said Sunday the fed era aid to education bill would a pandora box of expense Officials said the twister barelyand lead to bureaucratic control missed converted barracks where of schools i All and Norman were out and electric lines were down The city itself was not hit but air base offices were wrecked and the universitys hangar was lev swering it It couldnt happen j Mrs Jacobsen said unbelievingly It couldnt happen to a finer woman said the phoning friends i Meantime the Warren avenue neighborhood buzzed with excitei ment and gratification One of j Mrs Jacobsens neighbors seemed j to sum up the reaction of all j Ive known Mrs Jacobsen for a j long time Shes a wonderful j mother and a wonderful person I nners when V liable to be punished according totheir expansionist aims ripnnrtmpnr hKn football and basket1 i nriavmorn ba gosh I bet I couid ffetmaitial UU Acheson himself ndamornja lown The following were listed as pro of the problem was Everybody asked him he said how Wbited All editorials detrimenta j when he appeared befon be a millionaire to thc mtiCommumst war al ate foreign relations laumml Jacobsen who still editorials and reports detrimental last week He declared it would jsh colrimandcr ot the Moscow t all prrttv unreal the i public safety or order ah ru1 Dcunwlse to vary U S policy Unitary district surveyed the pa See Page Column 8 mrs t0 P nrVom I h r f I rade detachments from horseback ote Column o ionce aii nronaeanda for Com situation broueht about hv a RusUj t it felt to be a millionaire To Mr 7 am and sou Gene thought it The famous Kremlin chimes 10 Marshal Kyril A Meret Labor Tories In England Renew Battle fidcnce all propagand imunists all editorials or detrimental to cooperation I the army and the people i many of Achosons i The letter said two copies of ancj prpsiiniably he himself are j news reports must be submitted awarc for two years this gov daily to the censors office estab ernments policy in the cold war lished in the Central Daily News hag bccn ir many respecis a policy office i of series of reactions to know anyone more ains ruling Labor party and the punish the sender under martial Damage at Norman was estimated at SI000000 veterans attending versity live with Oklahoma uni Btlt lhe backers of the measure Numerous homes were wrecked their famines predicted the senate will pass it by a comfortable margin possibly Monday I dont look for the opponents to scare up any more than about votes said Sen George D Aikcn K one of the six Republican sponsors of the senate bill Nine Democratic senators What will Mrs Jacobsen do with resurgent Conservatives grass roots campaigning From Shanghai lie test comes May 12 in more than 100 English and Welsh Before its imposition the fol lowing reports were received from in scattered portions of Fannin county in Texas which is SO miles northeast of Dallas Eight were in jured at Edhtibe near Bonham A Tu approving a continuation of Texas nnd Pacific passenger train control congress directed the was halted in the area by debris housing agency to revise rrnt res on the tracks ulalions to guarantee landlords a A twister at Lawton Okla dam n on fair net income The boosts aged farm houses and crops and which are granted will bo in keepanother smnshed an unoccupied Similar Bill ing with ihis congressional order schoolhousc at Marlow ate house took no action on i Pyrd voted agninst the 1918 bill i ind he told a reporter he plans io oppose ibis years version The provision for SJflOOOOOO year in aid to states would be just the beginning Pyrd said Each vear there would be a dn all that money Well by coincij nirpies Sunday in preparation for deuce she hadthe week end off to another major test of voting figure that out but still hadnt decided Sunday night Many Things There were so many things two ambitious teenage sons a daughter who educations a home a car invest ments Her husband Heber L heallh housing street paving and Jacobsen 47 has had sLornach hgbtmg and other similar mumci Wukiang a small rail town about trouble and doctor bills for manv i Pal services Some councils also 10 miles south of Soochow on the I situation Drought about by a Rusbincs d the ot lhe sian peace offensive or war of jsovict Union and thc marching De ignn at the firing of a salute I Generals Lead XJnits Smart infantry detachments were followed across the square by units from guards divisions ma w tw rines sailors the air force border Editors The terms ot tne craergencies made in Moscoxv j guards and Suvorov school cadets censorship are so broad that the provisjons of thjs policy units were led by generals will be complete if and when coniin bright bluegreen dress uniforms gress approves the North Atlantic while hundreds of bands played treaty and the proposed foreign i martial music military aid program But in the i Planes commanded by Stalins opinion of administration officials I son Vassily a major general flew the need for free American doloverhead lars abroad will continue for Then came mechanized and mo era 1 years Sen Page 4 Column S garrison evidently can stop any LONDON May 1 f form of dispatch it desires and used law which includes the death pen tech ally borough elections Approximately i 23000000 voters Further evidence that Commu INTERNATIONAL TRIANGLE are eligible to nist exertions are towards Hang chow and not Shanghai was con They will elect borough coun tained in the garrison communique educationsra home acTr mve7t cils whiril administer schools issued at 1 pm fiOTK than 3000 reds attacked years while trying to keep up with his job as Pacific syslems run transport and water supply old Soochow Hashing railway Bergman Romance Leads To Rendezvous in Sicily which has not been operational for ROME Italy May 1 U S Maps Rigid Restriction Of Atlantic Pact Arms Use j railroad machinist j So Mrs Jacobsen has worked A similar bl passed by the sen nd he family lives in a basement s to a vear ao but the taxcs aro Paidthcre still will be plenty left to put a fine I home on top of that basement Well just have to hold a fam ily council on that said Mrs WASHINGTON May 1 Finn conditions would be writ Timted States intends to see that ten into the arms contracts mainly an v arms supplied to the Atlantic as precautions Some congressional maud for more money t would pct countries are used strictly demands that American arms not only open a pandora box of ex 1o holster this areas defenses government officials said Sunday Thn administration plans 10 lay down conditions in advance to pre vent diverting any American weapons oufside This means for instance they said that the Dutch French could not American free be used to smash native revolts pcnse in the far east colonial areas pre The Viigima Democrat long a sumably are a factor also leader of senate economy forces To strengthen this policy se nlso contended that sections of thc rious consideration is being given bill designed to prevent federal by the State department to add meddling in the administration of school affairs would not accom plish their purpose j Bureaucratic Control j You cant have the federal gov ing a provision specifying that and the American arms cannot be used to amount of an equivalent guns ammunition and equipment homemade weapons for shipment in Indonesia and French Indochina elsewhere The American government Government officials working on Icrnment handing out big sums of would reserve the right to halt the problem said they expect little money to the states for education all arms shipments to any counor no trouble in keeping a tight without it leaning to bureaurrntic try violating these conditions check on American arms onee they control of the schools Byrd said These officials emphasized are transferred They claim it The hill provides for aid to hnwevpr that they expect no Ironwould be extremely difficult fur stales for teachers salaries and hon this point Neither the any country to send arms outside other operating expenses French nr the Dutch nor any other the north Atlantic area without Payments would range from country which may receive being spotted by either American rhilr tn slighly over with can arms hai any illusions about military missions on the seene or poorest slates pelting the big Uiis they said American embassy personnel iSst pur pupil allotments Jughcad Hopefuls Form a Line Hollvivood Calls HOLLYWOOD May 1 movie studio is talentscouting for a mule Candidates will be screen tested The one selected for a big role in a picture about a talking mule that saved an American command from disas ter in Burma will get The full glamor treatment a publicity buildup even an agent The studio has asked West Point academy army remount stations and jugheat fanciers generally for candidates Specifications No more lhan f5 in all no than 1200 in weight must have ISin ears Study Outcome Political strategists on both sides will study the outcome of the borough balloting to determine trends for next years general parliamentary election when the fate of Britains Socialist evolution will be decided Both parties have dispatched directives to their local agents several years The communique said After a Later Saturday they said Ros Ilalian film sources said Sunday sellini and Miss Bergman took off that Acrcss Ingrid Bergman htr j in the boat and had not returned violent battle the defending army surgeonhusband Peter Lindstrom to the island by midafternoon and Italian film director Roberto Sunday This led to the belief that retreated towards a second defense line near Pinjrwang TMngwang is another rail stop about1i miles farther south The communique indicated the fight occurred on the western side of the old rail line and would seem PvOssellini may be having a three way rendezvous in Sicily to thresh out the international triangle it which thoir names have been linked The sources said that Rossellini urging them to concentrate on Hashing to put the reds within 15 miles of had contacted Lindstrom by tele doortodoor campaigning in the borough elections A new confidence was obvious among the Conservatives Kashmg is the junction of the SooehnvHangehriw and Shanghai railroads Its capture puture with the dynamic Italian llrelor Labor would cut Ihe ShanghaiHangchow party leaders on the other hand line which was still open Sunday have been surprised snd concerned morning by the rising Conservative strength as shown in county coun The communique mentioned the from Hollywood While reporters Nationalist forces continued to he three were meeting to discuss rumors of a romance between Ros sellini and the beautiful Swedish actress Police and the management of the Moderno hotel at Milazzo re ported that RossdUm had arrived in the town Saturday and lunched with a foreigner at the hotel It could not be established whether the foreigner was Lindstrom Miss Bergman has been making a Tho Swediih brain surgeon who gram Friday in Rome invitin him to to to the Sicilian town of MilaMo jfi miles south of the vol canic island of Stromholi where nou practices in Hollywood was not registered at the hotel searched hotels for him Lindstrom hold Chihtang a tiny hamlet about apparently took a train to the three miles north of Kunshan 35 southern tip of Italy and procecd cil elections early in April Lost 300 Scats In those elections the Labor party lost about 300 seats in all miles west of to Conservatives The Laborites The situation in Kunshan was showed stretiRth in the coal min unclear Telephone and rail serv The informants said the trio thcV ailcl tllc hotel management a long time a said Then they out and got into a big car and drove away ed from there to Mjlazzo on the Milazzo police confirmed that northeastern Sicilian coast Rossellini drove out of town Both ing areas of Wales but were sur prisingly weak in the midland in dustrial areas and in London Labors loss of county council seals was attributed in part to the governments national budget for issued during the week the voting was n progress That budget held most taxes at ice to that village was cut and may have met Saturday night or said they had not seen Ingrid it appears the reds either hnve Sunday in a secret spot near Mi Italian newspapers have report occupied or are attacking Kun shan The number of troops pnrtici sellini accompanied by Hollywood j film Open City and other post la770 cd that RosselHni who gained in The handsome 12yearold Ros ternational prominence for his patitig in this action did not ap writer Art Cohen who pern to large also war productions hoped to marry working on thp 1iliii Gods Earth Miss Bergman after her divorce The communique flid not men left Stromboli in a private boat There has been no suggestion lion the situation south of Lake Saiurdny and did not return for from Miss Bergman or her VTJS their current high levels and Tai flake of more than 800 square the prices of some basic foods miles southwest of several hours island said informants on the band that they j such a step were planning   

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