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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS 730 am am pm Intelmountain Station KALL Monday Through Friday Jci 1t ibnnt WEATHER Tartly cloudy Tuesday lew scattered showers Details on Page 23 VOL 159 NO 19 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORNING MAY 3 1919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Woods Rules On Rental Unit Boosts Etlicl Gives Landlord 30 Net If Need Is Proved WASHINGTON May 2 UP Expediter Tighe E Woods Monday night issued his long awaited regulation under which landlords may obtain rent increases if they can prove their operating costs warrant them Under the rent control exten sion law passed by congress in April Woods was instructed to set up a system under which land lords would be assured of a fair net operating income Large Small Rulings To do this he divided rental properties into small and large structures and ruled that 1 Any landlord operating a small one to four rental increase rents if his net operating income is less than 259c of his gross income He will be granted an increase to bring his net income up to 2 A landlord operating a build ing with more than four rental units may increase his rents if his net operating income is less than 20Cr of his gross income He will be granted an increase io bring his net income up to Definition of Net Woods defined net operating in1 come as the income remaining I after payment of all operating ex 7 penses and an allowance for de preciation Woods said the new regulation definitely wont result in any general rent increase although he expected a flood of petitions from landlords He admitted this meant a large percentage of the applications for an increase would be turned cfown House Chiefs Formulate Compromise Labor Bill OPEN BLOCKADE TALKS The 1949 president of he National Association of manufacturers Wallace F Bennett left Monday received a welcome from Dr Malhesius right president of Geneva Steel Co upon reaching his home city where he addressed a meeting Ralph Kobey V A M economist accompanied him Judges Reveal JFAITH BY MORALE 49 Pulitzer Prize Awards NEW YORK May 2 Gould Cozzens novel of a war Bennett Sees Spirituality As Industry Adjunct Big Three to Seek Russ Conference Make Six Kev Concessions To Defeat Coalition Drive WASHINGTON May 2 leaders in the house hammered out a compromise labor bill late Monday and planned to offer it on the floor Tuesday The compromise retains some features of the TaftHarlley NEW YORK May 2 United Slates Britain and j law jn cffort 0 assure the measures passage France plan to ask Russia to agree o open Big Four talks here lt wouij roilace the administration labor Ml which called in the next few days on the Berlin blockade diplomatic fol outright repeal of the TuftHartley act and revival ofthe informants disclosed Monday night NovDeal Wagner act with some Sources familiar with a Big Three meeting held here Monday said the request was being cleared in Washington and Paris before it is communicated perhaps Tues day afternoon to chief Soviet XL N delegate Jacob A Malik by the U S ambassador at large Dr Philip C Jessup Big Four Meet The memorandum as now draft ed was said to express Big Three agreement on a plan to lift the Soviet blockade and the western counterblockade by the end of next week It also was said to include modifications U S FUCS PjOfCSt I Disliking this bill a number of Republicans and southern Dcmo i crats have got behind a bill offered by Rep John S Wood D Ga i to repeal the TallHartley act i hut rconact most of its major pro visions Compromise Buffer1 To take the steam out of this drive for the Wood bill the com ON PATRONAGE Charging Riiss Blank Out Force Dixie Senator Hurls Dare At President WASHINGTON Mav 2 Sen Harry F Byrd D powerful southern Democratic VIiv Russia and the United house leaders and house labor j leader Monday night defied Pres assurances that a Big Four meet States arc both members of the committee members that the com Harry S Trumans patronage edict ing would be convoked in Paris to agency A 1 WASHINGTON May United States lias filed a for mal protest that Soviet Russia is blacking out Voice of Amer ica broadcasts Assistant Sccv of State George W Alien announced the j promise was drafted Speaker Sam protest was filed with the Inihayburn ID Tex told reporters ternational Telecommunications j nftcr a twohour conference of By LIMJIXY Tribune Business Editor will have faith in freedom and its economic eaHierTioncFay rlnm nf inHllcfflfll i T IT f discuss German problems two weeks after the blockades are lifted Reliable informants while de clining comment on the substance of the memorandum expressed confidence it had not been de livered to Malik Monday by Jes 1 sup They thought it might be j communicated to the Soviet offi cial by Tuesday afternoon at the earliest The outline of the memoran Allen said the State depart ment asked that Russia be re quested to put an end to jam ming operations as violations of four sets of agreements Officials have said the jam ming has been more intensive in recent days They expressed belief Soviet leaders were try ing to keep the Russian people in the dark about current nego tiations for lifting the Berlin blockade promise points would Include these and said he will vote to keep the essential features of the Taft time air force in sai Leaders of industry must accept dom cf enterprises industrial bv jessup British U N dc general Guard of responsibility for the spiritual asleaders must accept responsibility i Sir Alexander Cadogan delegate I ana be informed of their landlords Trustees of Columbia university j Lake businessman said Monday petitions for rent increases in j selected the 45yearold Cozzens j night in a speech at Hotel Utah crder that unfair claims may be tho nntstnnriinr nf ifldR He addressed several hundred said challenged Petition Circulation Tenants in the smaller units receive a copy of the petition and those in large units will be informed by card or letter and allowed to see the petition as the outstanding novelist of 1948 i He business officials at the annual QusiiicHs oiiiciais at tne suinuaa and gave Miller 33 the award as conference of intermotmtain in top dramatist i dustry making in his home city The Nebraska State Journal of the first address of his tour of i western disinterested and meritorious servJP Americans he said Poneer forefathers had he said Jessup will carry the Americanj of physical production is the task BritishFrench views to Malik the of using our plants to their spiri sources sad and it was expected tual capacity to turn out enougl of the priceless product of human I out enough that Cadogan and Chauvel then t of human would join However so that our people will the American ambassador at laige Lincoln Neb rendered the most weslerrstates as A Ms 19 IS jn may mve furLhcr Wlth jlls British and French colleagues be fore summoning a i c Mr Phantom Factories Bennett declared that The Soviet source said Malik a i was ready for another meeting ice among the nations news are turning away from their faith If the tenant complains hejpapers by staging a presidential j in freedom back to the outmoded j said processing on the increase preference primary the Pultizer i Philosophy of state control petition will stop while the comcomJnjUee decided i phenomenal plaint is investigated phenomenal Best Reporting i diistry has of livinr n the but the output of these phantom I The committee called ATalcolm everhas known he i factorics isof doubtful quality last Friday agreed He gave the following examples of how the new provision is sup seri on added Irg a landlord has an annuel gross Icrime in the New York Sun the income of expenses of 1 years outstanding example of and a depreciation allowance of local reporting by a newspaper This leaves a net operating i income of or 20Tc of his gross 1 Since his net operating income is i was the lhat thc less than he is entitled to an I Pulitzer awards were made by the increase to This requires a Columbia trustees on recommenda gross income of which of the advisory board of the be obtamed by letting him raise i rents SM3 a year or about S12 aj graduate school of journalism month for the whole property j Tne awards are for outstanding For Large Structure iwork in the ficlds of Journalism 1 letters and music j On a large land1 1 these days Those who control the Tito Will Seek U S Loan Official Says BELGRADE Yugoslavia May 2 reliable informant said Monday night that Yugoslavia would ask soon for a United States loan running into the tens of mil lions of dollars and that the re quest probably would be granted The informant said the Yugo slav embassy in Washington would make its lords for dollars in a in principle very short time 1 Injunction provisions similar to hose now in the TaftHartley law to deal with labor disputes j threatening the national security or safety The administration bill 1 omitted these provisions 2 A guarantee of free speech to employers and unions in labor dis putes A requirement that unions make regular financial reports pe riodically Oaths of Loyalty A requirement that employ ers and union officials sign oaths of loyalty to the government and swear they are not Communists before they can avail themselves nf notional labor board procedures The TaftHartlcy law contains the nonCommunist oath provision as to unions and the administration bill omits it altogether 5 Creation of a joint congres sional committee to study labor management relations The house will vote on the com promise first If it passes there will be no vote on the Wood bill or on the administration measure which is known as the Thomas Lesinski bill Rayhurn emphasized that the compromise had not been cleared with the Truman administration on lifting the Soviet blockade and in fact it may already haveimd Hoes not have administration U Peril Seen In In orHpr mir neon apain process must accept western UUUHLCI the I been done the informant said in uf utr Liidw uui jjcupii dtidin j i I i itnyivnninp greater responsibility for the op German capital and on comenmg 1 oration of the phantom factory be the Big Four foreign ministers cause the two factories are in probably late this month at Pans i separable he said 1 The N A M president described i I i the five basic needs of a man in i I I W f IS Understanding Hearing He explained that Sava Kosa noviclt Yugoslav ambassador re approval To Follow Majority When Rep John Lesinski D Hartley labormanagement act I shall vote in accord with the views of the majority of people in Virginia and in accord with my own conviction regardless of whether I am placed on the black list or how it will affect my own political fortunes he told a Vir ginia congressional dinner Byrd is the first Democratic senator openly to spurn the presi dents threat to withhold federal job handout privileges from mem bers of congress who buck his legislative program including re peal of the TaftHartley law Two southern Democrats in the house Reps F Edward Hebert D La and John E Rankin D have accused Mr Truman of trying to buy their votes with patronage promises and have likewise defied the threat of puni tive action Byrd said the effort to repeal the TaftHartley act is the most important domestic legislation now pending in congress He praised the TaftHartley law as containing a system of checks and balances and said it was a vast improvement over the onesided Wagner act which lie claimed gavc special privi leges to labor unions Byrd said the presidents pat ronage threat confronts Demo cratic congressmen with the ques tion of whether they are elected to represent their constituents or to obey the will and command of his quest for happiness as the need to be ones self the need to i Tr grow the need to achieve and be 1 JjOmJ rewarded for it the need to be j long and the need to contribute WASHINGTON May 2 CTPS to one hundred atomic Mans Integrity Dignity How long can we satisfy a i iRtiss Seek chairman of thc house the president j centiy expressed to the Stnte dej labor committee and an author of jpartment Yugoslavias dssire for the administration bill was asked American credits and had been j whether he approved the com1 atp I I given an understanding hear Mng promise he replied go along with the ma lord has an annual gross income Sherwood Wins Again bombs could paralyze the Amer mans need to be himself Mr T wi The informant said also that the jority j Yugoslav government had asked i The conference included Ray the Chase National bank of New i burn majority floor leader John j York and the Bank of America j W McCormack D Mass and for loans in excess of 55000000 majority whip J Percy Priest D i ican economy Lt Col J A Go1 Bennett asked He must always The only former Pulitzer Tri7e in the armys be a name not a number His inner on th T I st COm colpersonal integrity and dignity as S1500 This leaves a net operat winner on thia Sherwood He receivd anerwooa He receiva ing income of S1500 or 15 of hisia new award for his intimate biog gross Since it is less than Roosevelt and Hopkins he is entitled to an increase toiijs previous prizes were won in SfiCfl This requires an annual the field of drama in 1936 1939 gross income of 51133 to be obiand 1011 tained by raising rents S1133 an An 80yearold Newark N J nually or Sfi450 a njonth i cartoonist became the oldest man T saidf urging that j a man must be preserved f thlg country num tne SDCOnd need ber of key plants underground the need to recom Goshorn said it would be ecoj mended that management be alert nomically prohibitive and imprac to recognize a mans interests and tica to protect all of this cuun1 abilities and measure his poten trys major industries by going j tialities underground or dispersing them No man can have the satisfac widely over large areas He said tion of achievement unless he has it would also be unfeasible to conja worthy task w struct buildings on a large scale understands and It was believed that Yugoslavia offered to cover such a loan with part of the gold it received last year when the United States re leased some frozen Yugoslav assets BERLIN May 2 tative American sources expressed belief Monday night the Soviet Union wants to shelve the cold war with the aim of easing east j iJiv I west economic barriers as well as American banhs had conslited Carolina ending the Berlin blockade They United States government offi sny tho Russians hope to 60 this without sacrificing longrange Tenn representing the house leadership From the labor committee were Lesinski and the following Demo crats Jacobs of Indiana Bailey of West Virginia Kennedy of The informant said that the I Massachusetts and Sims of South Communist political objectives These sources who have been j a worthy task whose purpose he I Vith Russia continuously to withstand atomic blast the shock of an which to match d a goal against he entj Of war said that by Yugoslavia it was understood his strength the besides ending the Berlin blockj would be used to buy industrial ma Cost Held Terrific N A M chief continued And reI adc RUSja probably would make ferring to the need to belong i tn concessions he declared that every man has There can be no question about j a great need to be wanted by the trrrific expense involved ir i others He needs to be accepted the dispersion of our industrial i understood and appreciated renters or thc construction of i Mr Bennett said in citing a homb resistant production facilii mans need to contribute that it Goshorn said in the current is every mans right to make some following Almost Anv Plan Congress left it up to Woods to j ever to win a Pulitzer prize in decide what constituted a fair net i that field operating income but it told him I He was Lute Pease who was to take into account increased j honored for his cartoon Who taxes unavoidable increases imMe in the Newark Evening operating and maintenance costs i News It showed a broken win major capita improvements asidow pane labelled Coal Srike distinguished from ordinary maini with a lower lino saying U S tenance and repairs increases or j Economy A judge was shown decreases in living spaci or serv pointing a finger at Iohn L Lewis ices and substantial detcriorahead of the United Mine Workers tion of housing accommodations i union Nationalists Mass Air Armada In Shanghai Defense Effort T oughly exnlore the possibilities of SHANGHAI Tuesday May 3 j Reds during the river crossings a combination the two most full remaining strength Tne reports said six of the ships important and available means nOIIVIfl I ihrPlllfin Tlls IS nccded m ordcr tc of the Nationalist air force is being Md two seriously dispersion and underground pro 1 regroup her forces and launch a 0 inamatren Thp realinr nf fVto ot j 1 I 71 f W rtrvu attack uifh neiv mpthoriP cials and that their attitude had been not unfavorable For Industrial Machinery Private or public loans obtained chinery and equipment to indus trialize this primarily tural country agricul Formal request by Yugoslavia 1 Agree to virtually any pro for an American loan or loans posal the west makes on Germany i would be one of the most important in order to gain entry to the west developments since Marshal Tito and get a central German govi split the Communist world be re ernment which they might be fusing to knuckle down to Russia issue of the Military Review pubgift to life some contribution to lished by the command and gen the common heritage 1ce eral staff college at Fort Leaven for wliich he expects no material worth Ivas compensation We can provide in To provide a reasonable amount spiration example encouragement of security for our economic po and a chance to share in the con tential liesaid we must thori See Pagu 4 Column S lk tnls 2 Russia has lost the battle for j Berlin She has asked for a truce i to I For School Aid Approval WASHINGTON May 2 The senate Monday defeated 63 to 11 a proposal by Sen Henry Cabot Loflge Jr R Mass to distribute federal aid to schools on a straight basis of per school child The bill now pro Other Democrats called into the Vides for giving the poorer states meeting were Harris of Arj particularly in the south up to 29 kansas Combs of Texas and J ham of Georgia wealthier states Also William Tyson j would get correspondingly less aid solicitor general of the labor dejdown to a minimum of a child said Tyson was Lodges amendment was voted called for technical advice and was not asked to approve or disap1down aCler Sen Hobert A nrove the provisions decided on in i CR O said it would Call Technical Adviser the meeting defeat the entire purpose of the bill which is Paybum said sentiment in pqualize educational opportuni meeting was not unanimous but added there was substantial agreement among those present lowest j ern trade lifting at least the eco JLAlSUlt i5 J r nomic iron curtain A top cTJT T SI ILL Passngn Tha senate is expected to pass j the measure Tuesday It recessed source ex damaged The location of the at concentrated in the Shanghai area j f noj to coordinate with government ground forces in a lastditch efi present available air fort to defend the metropolis the strength was not too large in vicv official government central news of the withdrawal of a large num agency reported Tuesday of planes and personnel to This report so far unconfirmed Formosa last winter by official government sources was the first information since the er of these consid ered alone and without thorough j Neutral observers believed the planning can present a satisfacl force tory solution Killed by Mob Riot Renewal i new attack with new a methods Temporary Shock of Budget Reflected in Tory Gains llnes c mncs Iron Range Vulnerable Goshorn said that present de fense against thc Abomb is prac tically negligible He emphasized that this country is vulnerable to LA PAZ Bolivia May 2 UP policeman was beaten to death by a mob Monday in an apparent renewal of the revolu her tactics have Wants Germany Voice In Germany she probably will agree to thc western occupation statute and other proposals in order to set up a centra German nnlft This 1 Oirrfi cnt Trunk lorvnfll en tinBritish politi cal It with the rrltlra icrnrrnl niorr thim A ycnr tn the future Ocrvnst rrpoifs nn fthrnni for Thf Trlhunc nnd other Irndlne Amcr Iran uiWKpnnorn By FRANK GERVASI after voting on the Lodge amend ment Other pending amendments include another Lodge proposal to deny federal aid to any state which has segregated school systems Sen Frank P Graham D N C former president of the Univer fall of Nanking that thc govern1 It was believed the air force in an atomic pointed to Ihe government to clamp modi tionary rioting which forced j government in which she will have LONDON May 2 Sober years i Purchase taxes what we would call sales taxes add from 30 and more to the cost of opposed the antisegrega shoes clothing furniture tion amendment on the ground mobiles furs radios and hundreds i that it would defeat the bill and i of other items which the people j constitute a federal invasion have simply done without orstate control over school systems made do with the old for ten j Congress Stalling mcnt plans to throw what remains j the Shanghai area had no more the Cuyuna and Meaaba iron ore of its air force strength into a few F51 Mustangs and ranges which produce about 60 i allout defense effort B2t bombers j of tne nations ore He said that at Slmnehal i Occasionally in the past few the radiation left by the bnmb days a few Chinese planes have would make the ore quite use news agency dispatch said btizzprl low over the heart of the less the hull of the Chinese air force city giving residents a feeling of destruction of the Snult planes were being niased at alirm reminiscent of the days Sle Marie locks by either atomic Shanghai in pivpnration for opcrwhen the Japanese conquerors or high oxplosivos would mean ations againsl thc Reds moved into lluaroa in 1937 that toPO nf thr Minnesota A thi sani time the Meanwhile UKAmerican rnniron ore would he rut off from brlateflly reported that nl seneral in Canton Tuesday blast fiirnacrs due to Kick of planes hart bomhiurtocl eight Amenrans in soiih China adequate transportation Goshorn shipi recently captured by the to get out while they could said fied martial law on Bolivia An official announcement said the policeman was killed in Murillo square by a mob wicld ing sticks nnd stones He was It is up to the i the sixth perion nnd the third she does not policeman killed in the out break which began Sunday night Sixtythroe persons were wounded in the riots wliich in cluded armed attacks on govrrn mnnl house and several police i stations a voice At worst Russia will j alysis of the British county conn Some cuts in these taxes had have created a German buffer cf returns disclosed even j been expected thanks to unjusti Grahain who is recuperating from pneumonia said in a state ment road to the senate that pres state At best she has a chance ess reason for conservative fied hints in certain Tory news to influence the German govern1 tion about their chances in 1950 i papers These couldnt have known cnt inequalities in education op ment and swing it into her camp i than for Tory hopes that Sir Stif whnt the budget would contain portunitics are a menace to our west to see that ford Cripps1budget had seriously The British budget is sacrosanct democracy Contending that fed split the Labor party The county its contents not known to more eral aid is long overdue he said Such concessions in Germany council elections reflected shock than 20 members of the people have long been call would be pointless they at more austeritywhen less was mcnt nnd technicians before it is ing Congress has long been stall wore accompanied by a lifting of expected resentment at the reformnUy opened in parliament ing the Soviet curtain on eastern cent furthershrinkaee of the mpit Knr leaking a few generalities to Lending a floor fight for the bi Kurop tin1 source pointed out ration and general annoyance R newspaperman friend 15 min partisan bill Taft clashed with because eastern Europe is starved purchase taxes rather than utes before lie budget was read G 0 P Loader Kenneth S Wherry for manufactured goods which widespread antipathy toward the the last Labor chancellor of the R Nob who complained about Russia cannot supply Labor government See Page 2 Column 3 j the cost of the program   

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