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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm luterniountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday It fab ffibtnw WEATHER Fair continued warm Sunday Details oa Page 11B VOL 159 NO 24 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 8 1910 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Chinese Reds Aim Force I At U S Base Communists Capture Town 33 Miles From Fled Station SHANGHAI Sunday May S fTl communications have been lost with Hashing strategic rail city 62 miles southwest of Shang hai an official announcement said Saturday i The communique from the Shanghai garrison did not say flatly that Hashinghad fallen to the but such an nouncements seldom mean any thing else Only a few hours before the gov ernment reported repelling the j Reds at the Kashing airport Tiie Communists in a broadcast i Friday night announced capture j of a town 33 miles north of Tsing tao in a drive aimed at that chorage of the U S western Paj cific fleet 1 Now all north China is liberi ated a Red broadcast from Peip ing said Actually Tsingtao and the far i northwestern provinces iemain in Nationalist hands UAW Accepts Parley Bid As Ford Tieup Widens All Outsider Makes the Inner Circle Calumet Farms Ponder 17tol Jong shot stands In winners circle with Jockey Steve Brooks up after winning the 75th Kentucky Derby Saturday Continued Shanghai Pressure The Shanghai Nationalist garri son reported continuingRed pres sure on the outer defenses of Shanghai but said all attacks were repelled in sharp fighting The Communist broadcast on Tsingtao said only On the east Shantung prov ince front the Red srmy at j tacking the TsimoTsingtao outer defenses captured Lingshan 10 miles north of Tsimo It did not mention the U S fleet or give the date of this flare Last away from the post Ponder trained by Ben Up On a front that has been idle Jones turf wizard romped home past Olympia oddson choice which led field nearly rti wire Henry Ford II He delays Walter Ifctitlier U A W Is reply to walkout parley bid I ready to meet any time place Dearborn Mayor Invites Firm Chief Governor DETROIT May 7 f CIO United Auto Workers union Saturday accepted an invitation to a meeting to attempt settlement of the Ford Motor Co strike which threatens imminent shutdown of Ford plants and supply firms throughout the nation The unions acceptance came aClrr tho company announced j plans for plant shutdowns in 16 i states within 10 days Walter Reuther U A W presi dent agreed to meet next Thurs dny with Mayor Orville Hubbard of suburban Dearborn where T T Fords giant River Rouge plant is located Hubbard also invited Gov j G Mennen Williams and Henry j Ford II company president i Opposes Finn Williams said he would attend the meeting if it would v o LOGICAL REVIEW West Breaks Turf For Reicli Confab Ponder Spurts Past Field Wins Derby BOTH CLAIM CREDIT Taft GOPs Plans Enacted Mvers Demo Slate for many months Open Sea Anchorage By GAiXE TALBOT WASHINGTON Msv 1 MP Sen Robert A Taft P Ohio said Saturday that major domestic lican program that the senate passed last year said Taft who heads the GOP policy committee On May 3 the U S navy re ported its main western Pacific force was anchored in the open sea outside Tsingtao not at its former stations within the inner harbor The navy previously had quit its shore installations and bil lets at Tsingtao The warships off Tsingtao were listed as the light cruisers Pasa dena and Springfield and 10 de stroyers Also last reported off Tsingtao Eldorado as a great roared its amazed disbelief So far back a halfmile home that he appeared hopelessly beaten the Calumet farms beauty turned it on as the field of 14 en tered the long stretch at Churchill Downs and made the favored the Eldorado flagship of On the other hand to date the yice Oscar C Badger fleet Democrats havent brought forth j commander and the transport whats happened to anything new Chilton with about 700 marines proposals They hsve talked about fl na aboard J Myers of Penn tional health program including sylvania acting Democratic floor socialized medicine but it doesnt from retorted promptly that his j Ook nouas though they are going congress but is with the prcsi Scry of Agriculture Charles F ints program j Brannan has suggested a new i n n tii n In separate interviews Taft and i farm program but thev dont seem Olympia and an the rest look like M 5aimed credit ror lhdr re tc ecn ablc vt to gct it they were standing still spgCtive parlies jn senate approval into bill form Three Lengths Ahead of housing aid to education and AS for repeal of the TaftHart I school health bills iov Forty yards from the finish the T f R b e dark brown son of Pensive Hashedt about aa past Greentree stables Capot his Gem Thief Nets Truman Calls For Posies To Congress last rival for the prize and went under the wire three full lengths to the good Olympia which had been backed down to an oddson favorite led all the way until the field thun dered into the final quarter and then folded like a camn chair de 250000 Haul the president time in the house action on that seems to speak for itself The house marched up the re peal hill and down again last week finally sending the only bill WASHINGTON May 7 i Pres Harrv S Truman told law nol whm 1 mcmhpr of congress He snid his I0 jn lhe senatc nim of tha tentatively approvecla Mr Truman joinedSen Arthur WHITE SULpHUR SPRINGS w Mgy 7 UpMrs tpitc Eddie Arcaros frantic efforts i V v 7 D V tohoklhimupHefimShedabadlyald Balcom anti Pnlm beaten sixth So little regard had the crosvd held for Ponder despite the fact that tie was trained by that ulLe ern wizard of the turf Ben Jones triil the winner rewarded his scat tered backers with a whopping in the mutucls it even measure by Rep John S Wood Ga retaining many of the pressine constituents of TH to H Vandcnberg fR Mich in ex Consistent Capot e for a fresh start Conceding that the Republicans Beach socialite reported Saturday had fllrnjshcrj nclp in passage of night that worth ofthe Rid lo education housins and f had been stolen from her he3ith hillf Mvers added at the swank Greenbrier senators cer itninly delayed the final vote on all Mrs Balcom who is honey of those bills mooning here after her marriage a week ago at Palm Bench to the Important Parts former bobsled champion told i wc arc getting through some hotel officials she discovered Die important parts of the presidents thc senators and representatives will toss them a few bouquets aIonT with the brickbats Vandenberg said a legislators road is strcwn xvitb enoug rocUs without the daily mail coming in piled with nothing but harsh com phinls A few kind words now and then would help he observed YanilonlxTjr Rayburn Fete Mr Truman attended a down Capot which ran a hile dressing for the hotels program Myers said lvmpia for the i annual spnng ball We have voted to correct The theft occurred during the mistake the Republican 80th ion ICX fine race behind Oiymj first mile and then went past the tiring favorite and looked like the i Greenbrier open golf tournament Igress made in restricting the Corn winner a furlon from home paid j which attracts many prominent jmodity Credit Corporations ability 60 to place Isidor Biebers Pali socialites The hotel said it had to acquire grain storage facilities tne bet hired six extra private detectives Wo have passed the Marshall to the at for na to yrl estinian third choice in ling came on to take third four mid a half lengths hark of Cnpot and paid SO for show Strung far out behind th three leadeiS in order came Old Rock port the second betting choice Halt Olympia Model Cadet Du plicator Johns Joy Ky Colonel THANKFUL EYES TURN WEST Lextown Jacks Town Wine List snd finally Senecas Coin ficially and referred questioners made in continuing the reciprocal to the hotel management trade agreement program Left Gate Last Ponder ridden by Steve Brooks I was out of the starting gate a dead j last and still was in that unhappy position when the field streamed past the halfmile pole in the bright sunshine At the Brooks had moved him up a couple of guard guests and their valu plan bill Next week we arc going The president prrsentee silver able during the week end to take up the mensure which the plaques and checks to Police said the incident had not house already has voted to correct enh The checks will go to public been reported to llvm of the mistakes the Republicans purposes designated by the two legislators Vandennerg siid his check will go to the First Congre Igational church in his home town of Grand Rapids Mich as a mei jmorial to fiis mother who was a member 49 years He also is a Britain ERP Cut Holds a Sam Raymirn library fund in his home town Bonham Tex He I will add to it for construction a library building WASHINGTON May 7 Ti The United States Brilain and France quietly disclosed Satur day that they will talk over major German questions before meeting with Russia in Paris two weeks hence Without official fanfare diplo matic authorities in Washington London and the French capital said that a review of their common policies in western Germany was logical and necessary before the council of foreign ministers meets They asserted the western powers were not in any sense ganging Jup on Russia To Bolster Unity i Nevertheless developments spot lighted the dramatic possibility that Russia will enter the confer ence with a divide and conquer strategy toward the west The western powers evidently antici pate this and intend to reinforce j their unity and establish their common policies ahead of time Secretary of State Dean Ache ison the statf department said is sending roving Ambassador Philip Jrssup and department counselor I Charles E Bohlcn both top flight I policy makers to Paris late next j week They will meet highranking I British and French officials Ache son himself will go to Paris about a week later for his first full fourpower meeting He will sit down with Russias Andrei Vish insky Britains Ernest Bevin and Robert Schumann of France Agree Last Month The state department said it was logical the preliminary three power talfe should be held since the western powers had agreed only last month on their own pro Igram for western Germany This includes the against bitter Russian objection a western German govern ment A similar line was followed in London where a foreign office spokesman said the threepower discussions are the result ot con tacts among Bevin Schumann snd Acheson in the earlier Wash ington conference Jt was in the Washington meet ing that the west finally achieved complete agreement on Germany Then when Germans accepted the plans to set up their ovn govern ment Russia announced willing GIN THE INSIDE Threat of Socialism Spur By FRAVK ttERVASI LONDON be goml rfii May There may for reducing the notches and then he Began calling total of Marshall jiid to Europe on his hnrse for some run H for the vxt IS months from the got it By that tune they hit tho proposed But one head of the stretch and straightoften advanced in congress that fined out on that final quarter nations like Britain are using Euro mile where derby hopes so often pean recovery program dollars to are shattered the Calumet horse1 spur socialism does not appear to was a staunch sixth be among them A furlong out whun the crowd Hud it not boen for Marshall was roaring for Crpot Brooks aid of which Britain received drove Ponder inln third place and last year is Another is that the program is some sort o relief activity to feed the hungry incl succor the sick Such Socialist enterprises as nationalization of Bank of Tributes Spill Over Tributes to ihi two men spilled over into the luncheon which lasted two hours and n half Mr Truman got his share o greetings because worth of government and a second later he was pulling up asking only SIM0000000 for the I000000 Oreeniic runner Krnm next thLiihor government mightbonds to former srckhodrri he was much the beat no hiv brfn ible to boast a Sn it WMS with th olhr cnter phennmenai ivcovery record It prises which were by Poiiilcrs winning time of probnbly would have had to delHyjihr government from private to 11 was biMdr timn Citails higgesl Socialist venture theipnblic ownership The shnvchold tions 2T last year and the National Health service ers were paid in stocks and bonds Knmc as Pensives time in winning But the notion that capitalist paying from 2 to 3 inter England transportation electric Sunday is his 6oth birthday light and power ami the coal in The gathering including Vice dustry were purely internal Iranj pres Alber W Barkley Chief sactions involving sterling not dol Justice Frecl M Vinson and mem1 lars Nationalization of the hank jbers of the cabinet sang Happy which was little more than the Birthdny creation of ft British version of our j Seizing upon the point made own Foflernl Reserve system was by Vandrnberg about congresfiion accomplished by issuance of 232ai mail the president said he SECTION A National Foreign Editorial SECTION B Local Deaths Hollywood Intermciuntnin SKCTIOX C Classified Advertising SECTION S Sports Business Intcrrnountnin 18 32 13 14 10 11 SECTION W beside the iheiv on horse the ISMt Kentucky derby Fordollars are being used to finance more on Kentucky derby page S3 socialism is mie of several misconceptions ol what ERP is full well what was meant Hv sniii a ni mcniber I hat tlie people him to find out fads and then iiikiup his mind as to whil is right not in pcconi with some st i of his constituents lie added a Imniher must cive them the facts evidence is that Mnrshnlland if he is right the people will See Tage 6 Column 1 support him Nf dollars rhnnged The Society Ogden Provo Lngan Clubs SECTION II Farm Heinc Janlrn Farm SECTION SI Fefl lures Music A rt Books 110 11 12 13 It 110 16 3 9 7 10 116 10 It lr jness to lift the blockade of Ber jlin provided mainly that the west ern nations would agree to a C F M meeting No formal statement was made here on the threepower talks j London and Paris officials like i those in Washington generally treated the development casually iSome diplomats1 expected that Moscow with a ready eye for a propaganda break wili come out iwith a ganging up charge in a jfew days Such charges have been i marie by the Soviets before In fact aside from the agree iment that the Berlin blockade will be lifted Thursday and the CFM will meet in Paris 11 days there after officials here found little new evidence to rcinflate the out look for a new period of eastwest 1 harmony Bevin Believes Peace Looks Best Since 45 I By DREW MIDDLETON May For eign Secy Ernest Bevin came to Berlin Saturday to thank the men and women of the air lift for their 1 part in breaking the Soviet block ade of this city He declared that he thought there is a better I chance for peace now than at any time since 1045 i The rotund foreign secretary addressing British and American airmen at Gatow air field paid i warm tribute to the air lift and its part in forcing a Soviet retreat on the Berlin question Push Preparations While he was talking American and British authorities here were pushing preparations for a lifting of the blockade next Thursday The capitals bixonnl transport group in Frankfurt Saturday in structed the capitals German transport administration of Bi zonia tc arrange with the capitals German transport administration of the Soviet for renewal of traffic to Berlin from midnight May II The western German group was instructed to arrange as many trains as possible to bring in coal food raw materials and consumer goods to Berlin an official an nouncement said Apparently unperturbed by his first flight in many years He has been forbidden to fly in the past because of a heart Bevin spoke vigorously and warm ly to R A F and United States air force plots Great City You have done a great job for the people of the world he told them In September IfltS there was great anxiety over whether the air lift would be able to carry Berlin through the winter You i have done the job just as you did 1 during the war It would have been a terrible thing for mankind if the Soviet I Union hd been able to starve a great city like Berlin into submis sion Kevin said He added we are not out of the woods yet we must keep up the good work until peace is assured 1 have hern in the foreign of fice since he recalled and never have 1 felt that there was a better chance frc peace than now fevin declared 1 hope as result of the work being done here and other places that better times will come for the i world the foreign minister de clared Copyright I Tlroti WASHINGTON May 7 any useful purpose Ford had not 500000 landlords already yet replied Hubbard has been at have taken the first steps toward odds with the company since it lacking higher rent returns under supported an attempt of a life I Hie new control act the federal insurance company to bring a housing expediters office reported large housing project to Dearj Saturday born That many have taken out offi i Ford had said earlier that thecial blanks on which to petition for i company was willing to negotiate rent increase as provided under further at any time jthe fair net operating income 1 Rwithers acceptance marked released only last Monday The government is printing an of negotiations which e nd e d j additional 100000 forms i shortly after noon Thursday when Stampede Not Significant over an alleged Ready to Meet The TJ A as we stated be lore is prepared to meet at any I time and at any place for the purpose of effecting a fair and equitable settlement of me ia sues Reuther said j The company which draws on i every state for supplies and equip ment announced plans to close auto and truck assembly plants by May 18 if the strike continues The plants employ 25000 per sons i Some 185750 were idle through out lhe auto industry in strikes land layoffs The Ford shutdowns directly or indirectly will affect i hundreds of thousands more and jcaiise a tremendous economic im 1 pact in many communities About of the idle were expected to return to work Monday but i the spreading paralysis of the Ford strike soon would offset that number Heavy Layoffs Some Ford plants and several of the 3500 companies which sell Ford a billion dollars worth of equipment annually already had closed or laid off men The 3500 suppliers employ about 250000 i Fords 7200 dealers which soon will run short of cars and parU employ another 100000 Ford said in a letter to the strikers that a lot of other people j sooner or later will be affected He said he did not understand j the strike which the union called in protest against an alleged speedup He said the company was willing to discuss the matter fur ther The company previously had an nounced shutdown schedules for a few of its assembly lines and some of its supply plants but said Saturday all of the assembly lines would be shut down by May J18 Manufacturing plants were expected to remain operating a little longer Assembly Plants The assembly plants are at At ianta Ga Buffalo N Y High land Park Michigan Chester Pa Chicago Dallas Tex Edgewater N J Kansas City Mo Long Beach Cal Louisville Ky Mem plus Tnn Norfolk Va Rich mond Merville Mass St Paul Minn Mctuchcn N lfa Angeles Cal and St Louis Mo Hes Virtually I Thats Graham i 1 WASHINGTON May 7 Harry P Truman was de scribed on the eve nf his birthday Saturday night as vir tuiilly in iron man The man who said so is the j White House physician Brig Gen i Wallace Graham Graham sees the president every iday He makes tests of every de iscription and never hesitates to poke a needle into his distinguished i patient for healths sake i The president is as close to i being an iron man as anyone I know at his age Dr Graham said He has a splendid constitu tion However Graham is not com pletely satisfied The president works too hard he said He sees too many callers find has to work nights reading all these reports lhe president 1ms to review I rlont know how he does it and keeps ao cheerful and forms does not mean a j broadscale lifting of rent ceilings because each landlords petition I will be handled separately for ap jproval or rejection I They attributed the rush to the that if a rent boost is ap proved it is retroactive to the date itho landlord filed his petition so j the earlier he gets his document i registered the more money he stands to make Under the fair net operating i income formula drafted by Hous jing Exjediter Tighe E Woods i small operating one to four rental dwelling units be allowed rent increases their net operating income is less than 207 of gross income TA AO AV In such cases rents will be hiked to a 30 level In the case of large landlords operating more than four i rental will be per I See Page 12 Column 7 i WOMEN Mrs Truman i I To Give Tea WASHINGTON May 1 i Mrs Harry S Truman will be hostess at tea Sunday May 15 for Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt Grandma Moses 88yearold artist and four other women win nors of the 1919 achievement i awards given by the Womens Na lional Press club The awards will be presented on behalf of the club the night be fore by Pres Harry S Truman i who with Mrs Truman cabinet members diplomats arid capital celcbritcs will attend the clubs annual dinner and stunt party The widow of late Pros Frank Jin D Roosevelt has been selected woman of the year Others who will be given awards in addition to formally Mrs Mary Robertson Moses Engle Bridge N elude Madeline Carroll actress Dornthv McCullogh Leo mayor of Portland Ore Mary Jane Ward Chicago author anri Marjorio Child Hosted business executive Minneapolis Minn an Iron Man on Truman full of pep Graham would not say so to newsmen but the president him i self says Graham complains he I has too much of a front and ought j to lose weight Mr Truman told reporters re cently that he weighed 178 IDS 11 more than when he entered the While House four years ago Graham thinks the boss may have lost a little weight recently Hed like to see him a little closer in 170 The greyhaired chief ex hair is a little thinner on top than when he took lakes 1 before breakfast walk of about two miles every morning the weather permits Meanwhile birthday gifts poured into the White House and the Blair House where the family Is now residing Attorney General Tom Clark gave a birthday party Saturday night to which the close friends were invited   

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