Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Salt Lake Tribune Newspaper Archive: May 13, 1949 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Salt Lake Tribune

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS VSO am am pm Intelmountain Network Station KALL ThroiiKh Krldar VOL 159 NO 29 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MORNING MAY 13 WEATHER Partly cloudy continued warm DetiDi OB PRICE FIVE CENTS CIO Mulls Blast At Lee Fund Ax Request for Resignation Sent Back To Committee for Redrafting By O X MAIMQUIST Tribune Loasiil Ulre PROVO May resolution denouncing Gov J Bracken Lee for appropriation vetoes calling upon him to convene a spe cial session of the legislature to restore the cuts and requesting that he resign when this is accomplished was debated and sent back to committee for redrafting at the 13th annual Utah CIO convention here Thursday The committee recommended nonconcurrencc in the resolu tion which was sponsored by the l Park City miners local But inj stead of killing it by adopting the If AG resolutions committee report the kJ H delegates passed a recommitment motion offered by Mrs Lela Kirt ley Salt Lake City a delegate from the United Public Workers union Opposite Reactions j Several delegates objected to the language of the resolution and j to the request for a resignation DETROIT May 12 But others suggested that the than 130000 auto workers were language be strengthened jjdle Thursday in disputes over After denouncing specific ve production speednps as negotia toes including the Salt Lake areators reported no progress toward vocational school crippled chil settling the weekold Ford Motor drens hospital Utah State Agco strike ricultural extension service and j Anotner brief bargaining ses University of Utah items the esogionj fourth since tne Wak0ut of lution continued 162200 CIO United Auto Workers convention condemns this Fords Rjver R and Ljn action as foolhardy stubbornu colnMercllrv plants began was thoughtless and unnecessary and recessed iu FFrid UAW Idle To 150000 President Stands Firm On Billion Tax Bid requests that Gov Lee call a special meeting of the legislature to enact ways and means of fif nancing these institutions and j U A W Chief Walter P Reuther in Pittsburgh for a conference with CIO Pres Philip Murray and that he then resign and let someiother toplevel CIO officials said one who has at least some common j prospects for a settlement of the sense take over and pull us out of strike were not too bright Hits Company Policy Clarence L Palmer president of the TJtah CIO and Mrs Amelia Urses auxiliary president talk the mess he has created Calls for Rejection Frank Bonacci regional CIO director and a member of the leg islature urged adoption ol the committee report rejecting the resolution He contended that it WITH RESERVATIONS 11 TO 7 BALLOT Huge Housing Plan Wins Groups Okeh WASHINGTON May 12 i Pres Harry S Trumans huge 1 housing slum clearance 1050000 lowrent dwell ings and farm home aids sailed through the house banking com mittee Thursday on a llto7 party line vote Chairman Brent Spence D Kyl noting that the senate has approved somewhat similar legis lation 57 to 13 predicted a smash ing Truman victory when the issue comes to a showdown in the house next week While the banking committee vote was taken behind closed doors some members reported that 14 Democrats supported the administration measure while seven Republicans opposed it Six committee members were absent SevenYear Program The house committee approved the full program of 1050000 fed erally financed lowrent housing units over the next seven years exactly as requested by Mr Tru man The senate however trimmed the figure to 810000 over plans for strengthening auxiliary setup at unjts n sjx years After the house 13th annual convention in Provo acts the mcasure will go to a sen S atehouse conference committee 1 TVT 1 1 ijEor ironing out thc differences lTlfirl I I A senate squabble about race JllJtOAA 1 segregation in public housing was Discuss Strengthening Labor Auxiliary The company would have to change its attitude suddenly Reuther said He said the Communist minor ity in the union is attempting to use the walkout for its own pur In Berlin was not a proper resolution and poses Anything they can do to that the governor should not because confusion on the industrial asked to resign on differences of scene in this country fits into Western Allies Approve New German Charter jpaper Dispute BERLIN Mav 12 sidestepped completely by the committee And house leaders were working quietly to keep the j issue from entering next weeks debate Low Kent Aids Major provisions of the house committees bill are 3 Federal contribution of up to opinion Henry C Roberts another memleader said He plans to attend ber of the legislature took a sirnij Fridays peace talks lar position He said the lution covered several subjects which should be handled separ ately and that it was improper for one organization to ask the governor to resign from a position to which he was elected by all the people He mentioned that the house has the power of impeach FRANKFURT Germany May 12 three western their overall program the U A W allies approved Thursday night with several reservations the persons were arrested in the Britj 5400000000 annually over a 40 i draft constitution for a new west German federal republic sector of Berlin Thursday span to help finance con At the same time the Americans British and French an distributing newspapers Jicensed struction of 1050000 public low More than 100000 were off their jobs because of the Ford dispute which forced closing of smaller assembly plants across the coun try and shutdowns of supplier plants Chrysler Idles 33000 Another 33000 were idle at ment which brought a retort from I Chrysler corporation due to a parts M Phyl Poulson also a state representative that the governor shortage caused by a walkout at Motor Products Co where 4000 wouldnt call a special session bei are employed Eight thousand cause of this power were laid off at Packard Motor The governor added Mr Poul1 car QO two weeks ago because ton has knifed people of a brake shortage caused by a in almost every instance supplier strike Takes Exception Production staggered under the impact of the work stoppages The Edward J Bednar delegate authoritative trade paper Auto from the Steelworkers local atmotive News estimated that this Geneva supported the motion to output would slump to recommit and said i 106000 cars and trucks almost I take exception to this type OQOOO below last weeks total Of namecalling But William F OKeefe a vice president of the state council and i a member of the Park City local said he didnt think the language was strong enough Others exj IT pressed agreement with parts of IllCll the resolution but objected to the approach I Subsequently the convention did i 1 I adopt a resolution calling upon i A U CIA J the governor to call a special ses sion to restore appropriations to SHANGHAI May 12 the extension service and the vo1 Communists inched closer around rational school Other resolutions Shanghai Thursday being re approved urged organized labor ported only IS miles distant at one members to support Utah orewjpoint eries and called upon the governi The Reds also were reported at mcnt to recondition the nations tacking the outer defenses of reserve fleet in privately ownedHankow less than 13 miles north shipyards The latter resolution 0f that great central China city wassponsored by the Progressive jaid probing deeper south in the Metal Workers an affiliate of thevicinity of Nanchang marine and shipbuilders union Although the threat to Shanghai Talk by Wieslev appeared no greater than for the 3 past week Nationalist garrison Another highlight at the aftertroops began erecting sandbagged noon session was a discussion oCgjard posts at public buildings industrial commission policies byjand police stations O A Wiesley who was reap pointed by Gov Lee and desig nated as chairman After his speech llie convention adopted Rmellts still in Shanghai were or motion commending Mr dered to leave within two weeks and Dan Edwards former fom plle garrjSOn reported its de mission member who is now in fplses were holding firm at Shihru charge of labor relations for the llnKi a village 25 miles southwest department Of Shanghai It also said there was Mr Wieslpy said lie was still fighting though apparently friend of labor and would adhere on a aralfi 20 to 25 miles to the same policies he followed of shangtlai in the durinE a sixyear tenure on the nciffnborhooti of Taichang commission under the former observers also regarded Drmocratic administration He aswjth a report thnt Reds serted that he did not interpret wpre armmd Tsinfrpu g fl letter by labors joint legislamijeg westsojthwest Of Shanghai live council objecting to the gov1 ernors failure to reappnint Mr Indicates Rwi Stratejiry Edwards a member of organized Thjs ndicatc that the labor as a slap at himself but Commumsts wcre nanking Sung come he added had gotten mi remaining large subur plicationa from the document lg milMfcsouthhwest of which were never intended Comment on Changes Commenting on changes in the industrial commission and em touches which ployment security division Mr in bcwild said jermcmt ten small Shanghai com Anyone who says these changes ipanies that operate motorboats m were made for political reasons jstjuitof service between Shanghai doesnt know what he is talking nnd communist held Soochow and ahniit The governor had Wusih 75 milos up the nothing to do with it Jt was my own idea and 1 had had it in jornl authorities approved mind for about eight years It vfinilrPanrl companies as has bppn said that I spent only svlrftri pr0sperlivt that two hours In the employment solhny uouirt nol be molested by the See Paire 2 Column 11 Reds nounccd they had put into force an occupation statute or by the Russiansi and the Russian N asserted interim peace treaty for 45000000 Germans in the western oc cupation zones Thus were swept away on the allied side all objections totroublesome incident since formation of a German government which will be open to the blockade had been lifted Soviet zone if free elections are held in the Soviet area The western powers council in Paris opening May 23 that the draft constitution be used as a basis for an allGerman gov free elections I are held in eastern Germany The constitution was signed by the military governors of the United States Britain and France Their action was announced in a letter from them to Dr Konrad Adenhaupr president of the Ger man constituent assembly The asj House Labor Chiefs Stall Seek Accord WASHINGTON May 12 House labor committee Democrats put off a labor law decision for two weeks Thursday as they strove for a compromise on the AD Nfirst disclosed the arrests j rents collected along with local injunctiorJssue despite an u Western sector police offiicals concommunity contributions The d ng stand by Pres Harr ey also It was rent housing units in the next seven years The senate bill pro vides a maximum of 30S000000 Sparks New Opposition In Congress Business WASHINGTON May 12 Harry S Truman Thurs day stuck to his request for a tax boost and anti i inflation powers touching off sharp new opposition in congrest and business circles Mr Truman told a news conference the twin programs repeatedly has asked are still needed to keep the government from operating in the red and to hold the nations economy on an even keel Then in reference to a congres sional drive to trim federal spend he said he believes in and has been practicing rigid government economy As an example the president said he had cut the na tional debt about 28 billion dol lars which he said was more than any other chief executive had done Forecasts Deficit So he said the tax boost is necessary to offset a predicted deficit this fiscal year of between and and to make new payments on the fed eral debt which now glands at After these remarks Mr Tru man left to make a talk to a arge group of business executives Although the White House his speech was completely off the record these others were noti 1 Sen Robert A Taft R O old a national lumbermens meet ng The greatest failure of 81st congress is in the financial field He said that if congress could cut off ex penditures we could avoid a tax increase But he added he is not particularly optimistic that it will House Hikes Budget Shortly after Taft spoke the house voted to add about 000 annually togovernment costs as it approved a measure giving its members extra for cleri cal hire and a allowance for telephone and telegraph charges on official business Not a single objection was raised although just before passing the bill the house roundly applauded Sen Robert A Taft Asks more stable XT S economy the first potentially n federal contributions annully the A large part of the total cost of this housing would be met from vvdaiciii uti firmed them but denied that those housing units for the most part would be owned and operated by Treaty Ratified I By Britain i arrested were beaten During the blockade the Rus sians forbade the distribution in Itheir territory of publications veyear slum clearance Truman Mr Truman told his news con ference he still wants full repeal of the TaftHarUey labor act and program onethird of the cost to j that his position is well known b Ule fcderal government j licensed by the allies The allies gnd tpe balance by local commu retorted with a counterban Russians Lift Ban bii authorizes 000000 federal loans and LONDON Mav 12 i But when the blockade elided the Russians lifted their prohibi w Thejlion of allied publications The i afederal outlay of 000 OOU in grants for slum clear ance 3 The threepart farm program av sembly approved the constitution house of commons overwhelmingjAmencans followed suit But the 500000 The senate bill calls for last Sunday in Bonn after eight j jy Vatified the North Atlantic British and French had not acted months deliberation May Become Law The charter may j treaty Thursday night I was 333 to 6 The vote I It was indicated that tnis inci dent probably would be explained charter I before the end become law Mav if it is Foreign Secy Bevin and Winj had joined in urging ern The U nnfit f Germans watched the and Russians n nit reservations dealt with ttv the to ratify the El Bel in lmPlied warninK lhat English Labor Gets Setback For months that position has been for passage of an administration substitute introduced in both houses Strive for Accord But a bill considerably less government the proposed re i organization of state boundaries i administrative powers of the fed eral government and inclusion of i western Berlin in the new German SlThev were regarded by the west permanent peace in Europe ern allies as safeguards for the Asia is on the Elbe or while so itime after the draft constitution lany ancient cities in eastern 127 to 13 completing ratifi cation by that nation In Grip ot Kremlin Churchill the conservative I leader told commons There can be no as for a possible cold war Kuss Make Ruhr Bid I blockade opened ssurancof j blaring propaganda campaign for iironp whilp a snBrc in Ule conlro1 of the industry and for a Unified Ger Ordered to Leave All central government depart becomes law The reservations made certain j men who formed the oligarchy of that no matter how tricky the kremlm wording of the constitution the hevin speaking for the labor western allies would not at this government reviewed eastwest time allow the Germans to do differences of past months and i these things List of Prohibitions 1 Violate the occupation slat lute This statute made public earlier this year pleasing to labor leaders threatens to emerge when congress finally acts Rep John Lssinski D Wis hinted the Democrats are having difficulty writing a provision to deal with national emergency labor disputes We are trying now to work out some language that will satis fy everybody the chairman said Then there were some sugges tions that we wait and see what the senate does Some committee Democrats want injunctions against labor unions some want injunctions plus j possible seizure of strikethreat rej ened plants and mines and others tabulated Friday morning i do not want either The admini aborites admitted a net loss of stration bill contains no injunction j provision Meeting Harmonious Lesinski said aft the lliree LONDON Friday May 13 UP The Labor party Friday ap pcared to have suffered another electoral setback at the hands of hour closed meeting that we are j decline of somewhere between 5 Conservatives lot nearer to an understanding and 10 in our national income made limits or bans said the Soviet blockade of west ern Berlin has happily been lifted Brass 1 am convinced that this closer many each train and bus D Clay American majority in four others in rhipf warned Ger Jubilant a blockadeend celebrating a repeat of their smashing i than we ever were before still had to triumph in the London county council elections a month ago speeches by two Republican mem bers calling for governmeiit econ omy 2 Edward E Brown chairman of the First National Bank of Chi cago told a senate committee that an administration request for au thority to curb the lending pow ers of banks is untimely Sees Business Drop For some months business has been declining Brown said The critical question is how far recession will go He gavt this testimony in oppos ing a move to extend the federal reserve boards authority to con trol consumer credit two years and to give it permanent power to in crease the amount of money banks must hold in reserve as nonlend able funds Brown incidentally is president of the federal reserve systems advisory council 3 A spokesman for the National Association of Supervisors of State Banks Richard Rapport also opposed this antiinflation re quest Moley Rap Raymond Moley onetime new braintruster declared the fed eral government is completely out of financial control He told a meeting of the National Associa tion of Mutual Savings Banks The present pace of expenditures cannot go on into a period of smaller business volume without grave danger I think it is a fair assumption that we shall have a tion here that they bands and cheering crowds here and in western Geri link between the Atlantic nations has led to second thoughts by which arrived during the day after Uhe activity by the government to be in such affairs as disarma the Ruhr foreign relations uliuly about Berlin Bevin said JldO iu duvuiiu ntuut Ji 10 u v C tactics that have been followed i Bossing tne Soxiet regarding Germany and partic and trade He said there was a possibility zone Flags were flown all over Eer See JiiRe 7 Column S All but two of the 16 Democrats j were on hand Rep John Wood a net gain of 546 seats I D Ga was ill and Rep Andrew a net loss of 474 for the Jacobs of Indiana was out of town Lesinski said the TaftHartley The Conservatives also claimed repealer and minimum wage legis to have won two London boroughs lation will be studied during the from the Labor party of the 10 next two weeks while an cduca Uius far rounted witii a net gain lion subcommittee goes ahead with pf 77 scats j public hearings Form a strong central police the new situation set up by the force under any pretext of an treaty signed in Washington last POLISH LUXURY emergency without assent of oc month may lead to cupation authorities Uement Give western Berlins repre sentatives at this time voting rights in a future government 4 Change borders nf the states until the peace treaty a final set Court Chides Coplon Aid Shanghai Tsingpu is 11 miles northwest of Sungkbng OHier Jact Signers In addition to Canada BHgimn and Rritain the signers are the United States France Italy The Netherlands Luxembourg Nor way Denmark Portugal and Ice land Only the two Communist mem bers of the house and a handful ot left wing Laborites opposed the treaty Churchill said he found himself WASHINGTON May 12 in very general agreement with Federal Judge Albert L Reeves the somber speech of Mr Bevin Thursday sternly rebuked counsel Bevins policy was termed wise for childish antics in the 14day and prudent old espionage trial of Judith Copj The wartime prime minister Ion 27 former justice department said the Atlantic pact tlie five analyst nation Brussclls treaty and the re i Judge Reves admonished both cently created Council of Europe defense attorney Archibald Palmer are surest guarantees of and government prosecutors lo ponce ami safety Ret on with the cafe The trial has been virtually stalled since Monday by constant bickering hchvppn opposing yrrs MKl by PalmTs if n FirsrlP witness Eislers Escape First Class FBI Brewer Wilson Only the power of thf atomic honih in the of the United Stntes he said has given us time lo ttkp niPasure nf prntec tinn and iiniijps surh as thopf crystalled in th Atlantic treaty NEW YORK May Eisicr in ternationally known Communist leader IK rn joying first rlass accommodations on the Polish luxury liner nn which is crossing the Atlantic after starting a journey to Ger many by way of Gdynia Poland by stealing aboard the ship With Scotland Yard asked take him into custody on arrival of tJc ship the Gdynia America Line motor ship Batory m Southampton Friday the United Slates government has made no move to have the bail iumper thrown into the brig after the fugitive was positively identified as the convicted Crrmnnborn A department of justice sPoksrrlRI1 Washington snirl lhit the U P lws trnl over a Polish ship nn th only way Eislers case can be m nran Thr hc sald during the fiscal year 1949 In such event he said reduced federal spending is necessary if the 1950 budget is to be balanced 5 But Secy of the Treasury John W Snyder speaking on the same program asserted We are only at the beginning of our peace time growth Notes Stability He repeated his oftstated be lief there are powerful factors i in our present situation making for stability and progress on a i high income high employment level I In restraining his request for i antiinflation controls Mr Truman left open the possibility for a dif jferent approach later on He de clineri to comment on reports that his economic advisory council had i advised him it would be desirable j to avoid a big tax increase if it could be done without deficit fi nancing I The president then went on to say he makes economic reports to congress twice a year based on the councils findings and other information Until he makes an other such report Mr Truman said he stands for economic con trols i Skipper Found Dead SAN FRANCISCO May 12 OP j E O Rigsbee Jr skipper of the bigcarrier U S S Antietam was found shot to death had any accomplices in his jn njs cabln Thursday Unofficial navy sources said there appeared to be no foul play was through arrangements with foreign po lice when he reaches a foreign port Eislers arrest on his arrival in South ampton is certain because although the ship flies the Polish flag and Eisler is now on Polish territory the vessel becomes subject to English law when it is in English waters legal authorities said England has no general right of political Bsyltim in the positive sense and the case will be governed by the AngloAmerican extra dition treaty it was explained But Eisler will have a chnncc to fight extradition if he wants to though he has little chance of win ning The immigration service disclosed lhat it was studying very actively how Eisler left the jurisdiction of the United Slates courts ami whether he flight Copyright by N Y   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication