Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Salt Lake Tribune Newspaper Archive: May 20, 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 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS tm am pm Intermountain Network Station KALL ThroufD WEATHER ncreusing cloudiness with afternoon Friday Details on Page 39 VOL 159 NO 36 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MORNING MAY 20 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Engineers Okeh Hospital Plans Million Structures for S L Win Army Corps Approval Architects plans for the proposed SS500000 veterans hos pital at Ft Douglas were approved Thursday by the Sacramento Cal district corps of engineers Col Joseph S Gorlinski district engineer told The Salt Lake Tribune Thursday night in a long distance telephone call from Sacramento The plans will be sent immediately to Washington D C for and approval by the GOP DEFEAT Senate Votes Farm Bill Million WASHINGTON May 19 UP senate Thursday passed a 4723000000 money bill to run the Agriculture department duringfis cal 1950 after giving the Republi chief of the corps of engineers and by the veterans administration Official Okeh Seen Col Gorlinski said approval by his office made it quite definite that the plans would be okehed of ficially in Washington Once offi cial approval is given the project can be advertised for bid and a date set for construction The hospital was planned for 500 beds for the specialized treatment of lingering battle casualties The Salt Lake City architectural firm of Ashton Evans Brazier and McClenahan prepared Uie draw can economy bloc trouncing At the same time Sen Millard E Tydings D introduced a bill calling on Harry S Truman to WASHINGTON May in Both Sens Elbert D Thomas Utah and Arthur V kins R Utah voted against move to suspend senate rules and thus permit a vote on a proposal to cut agricultural funds five per cent the Republi Construction of the libuilding its third hospital will be handled by the San I Francisco district of the corps of engineers Col Gorlinski said since that district has fewer projects pending at present than the Sacra mento district Call for 11 Buildings Plans for construction call for 14 buildings to be interconnected by underground pedestrian tunnels The latter feature architects said was included because of the high wind prevailing on the east bench Location of the hospital has Acheson Hopeful Paris Session Will Spur Peace Assures Firm Russ Policy On Eve of Departure WASHINGTON May 19 of State Dean Acheson said Thursday on the eve of his departure for the Big Four for eign ministers meeting in Paris that the lifting of the Berlin blockade is not even the beginning of a solution of the problem of Germanys future His stateincnt issued after he held a final briefing session the senate foreign relations committee was clearly in tended to caution the American public against undue optimism about the chances for a settlement with Russia make an overall 5 cut in fedbeen fixed in an area bounded by Rrnges waiting for means nf escape from Shanghai last week Refugees While Away Time as Escape Channel Closes the 12 IMt Olivet cemetery on the west fim various ways of passing time Some sit among their belongings Wasatch blvd on the east 5th eral spending during months beginning July 1 Sen Robert A Taft R j South on the north and Sunnyside chairman of the senate GOP pol ave on the south i T T Icy committee said he would supBuildings to be erected include I j port Tydings move but thought the hospital units themselves a the president would veto it r e c r e a t i o n building theater The agriculture bill contains j kitchen and cafeteria chapel two while others arc attracted by entertainers sidewalk hawkers black market operators Means of escape narrows us Reds push forces more than voted by the house and less than Mr Truman asked It goes to con ference for adjustment of differ ences with the house version Passage came after the senate turned back two Republican ef forts to cut the total amount by utility units and residential units The hospital will have its own laundry Sketch Expansion Provision has been made for the j Quit Trent In Shanghai lbj expansion of the hospital to aj u d gt t d ilo50bed unit according to archii Itects plans Construction of a of the mouth of the Whangpoq Sen Homer Ferguson R t 500bed wavd and two otherriver Thursdav as the Chinese moved to suspend the Tells To Ban Red Scholars moved to rules to permit addition of a rider calling for a 5 cut This was rejected 52 to 32 A followup mo tion to recommit the bill to com wards each located adjacent to j communists thrust to within one proposed buildings Qf its bgnks st feu e the expansion Irked Reds Foes Use Jujitsu In japans Diet TOKYO May 19 nist and Democratic Liberal party members fought with fists and jujitsu on the floor of the house of representatives for 15 minutes Thursday The row started over the j Communist science students at WASHINGTON May 19 UP David E Lilienthal of the U S atomic energy commis sion Thursday was handed an ulti Freistadt told the United Press by telephone from Chapel Hill N C site of the university that he will consult legal advisers vualum to block education of young j about bringing a damage suit if phrase by the advice of the allied forces which appeared in the four hoslinto the river threatening shipping should not be used as it cast LIIL luui nua Included in present Jon Shanghais only outlet to th the same cut lost 50 to 32 PIans WI contain Tydings accused the Republi1offices and wards on the second The chinese air force smashed cans of insincerity and headline i third and lourth floors Tower of Communist assault hunting in their efforts to make the structure will be eight stones the f st Communist assault 5 cuts on the senate floor high across the Whangpoo on Lungluva He said the G 0 P senators sat The main building will face international airport the city s in committees like clay pigeons jWasatch blvd alternate U last air link with free China Strict and Egyptians until the money highway 10 which is to be recon new emergency regulations were bills got to the floor where newsstructed on R curve lo connect i clamped down in Shanghai as the with 5th South war drew ever closer Shanghai was ringed with the 3GOAcre Tract firps of burning villages It ap The three other hospital units peared the Communists had will be located southeast of the i brought up overwhelming masses main structure Purpose of having of troops for their climactic as separate buildings is to isolate pa sault on the city after eight days tients according to their disabili of bitter fighting on the outer tics The entire hospital area in fringes cludinR1 grounds and buildings will Capture Five Towns cover 260 acres An extensive recreational papermen drink in every word Why the Sphinx on the Egyp See Page 4 Column 4 doubts on the independence of the diet A Communist representative approached the Democratic Liberal majority section to de mand that the whole bill be withdrawn A Democrat grabbed him by the necktie In a moment there were separ ate fights all over the chamber Commons Told Eisler Action Still in Doubt In south China Communist uerilJas reinforced by three de1 ing gymnasium swimming pool turcd five towns in the east river LONDON Mavl9 oueootba and baseball area of Kwangtung province and coulse DaseDau the refugee government at Cati on prepared to flee For Eritain will not hardt Eisler to the United States if it decides Eisler is a political ref ugee Home Secy James Chuter Ede told commons Thursday fields and other facilities Complete maintenance units for huge structure in plans In addition to its own laundry the hospital will have ne u also are in1 mosa or to Chungking United Press correspondent Kalischer aboard Vice Adm ip El Do i Ede who will make the decision I shops an incinerator and boiler agHe H tn M ho miiirt nnt Hpfirtn until ho rado said Badger decided to re said he could not decide until he receives from the United States a formal extradition request con plant administrative person move all naval units in his com o fi after Sru him taining the full charge against the iive jn residential units to be lo rated on the grounds but tho bal ance of the 600 or more employes will live in the city i Ede answered a barrage of Reopen Truck Lane On Autobahn By SYDNEY GRtfSON BERLIN May Rus sians reopened ths Autobahn be tween Berlin and the west to Ger man truck traffic for a few hours Thursday night But they also reaffirmed their determination to bar this traffic from using the broad highway to supply this city spiking hopes of speedy accord on implementation of the agreement government expense or see it done by law Sen Joseph C OMahoney D chairman of the senate ap propriations subcommittee which passes on trie commissions funds handed out the dictum when Lil lienthal was questioned about the government fellowship for nonsecret physics research awarded to Hans Freistadt a Com munist and student at the Univer sity of North Carolina Under fire from OMahoney Lilienthal told the committee that officials of the National Research council prixate organization which distributes science fellowships for the fellowship is withdrawn The 23yearold Austrianborn youth said that the letter he re ceived from the council notifying him of his appointment as a fellow stated that when I had written a letter of acceptance it would con stitute a contract He said he had written the let ter of acceptance and had re ceived an acknowledgement Informed of Eronks statement that the council might dig up pri vate funds to make up for the fellowship Freistadt said I would be grateful for that Sec Page 4 Column 4 UJ1H i UUICA i t iiw 01 jui the commission realize they made If a mistake in granting one to JltllllJCJ Halt Threat Toward Ford Communist leader Answers Karrage no more Americans wanted to leave Shanghai Gun Flashes Visible that ended the 11month blockade j OMahoney snapped back granting Freistadt NonCommunist Affidavits He said that Dr Detlev W Bronk council chairman has vol untarily agreed that all future applicants for fellowships should be required to sign nonCommunist affidavits Dissatisfied OMahoney dejReuUier UAW president threat manded to know whether the comj ened Thursday night to break off mission would braak the contract under which the research council distributes fellowship funds if the council failed to take effective steps to screen out Communists Thats a hypothetical question Lilientha replied Its going to be the law and it will be your duty to carry it out Pledges Open Mint Acheson who will leave by plane Friday for Paris promised that he will carry an open mind in the talks and will neglect no real op portunity for agreement But he added emphatically that the United States has no intention of bartering away the successes it has already achieved in the economic and political rebuilding of western Germany for the sake of promises which might again prove to be illusory AS they too often have in the past Appealing for steadiness and consistency in U S foreign policy he said it would be tragic if Americans were lulled into slackening their effort toward European recovery and western unity at a time when the nations policies are showing the first signs of success Declines Prediction He said he could not honestly predict what chances of success there are lor the new effort to reach a cold war settlement with Russia Too much depends on the United States for us to indulge in the luxury of either undue pes simism or premature optimism he said He met behind closed doors with the foreign relations committee after a similar session with mem bers of a senate appropriations subcommittee looking into U S policy toward China Shuns Red Tleup Members of the subcommittee told reporters that Acheson stated flatly that this country will not grant diplomatic recognition to any Communist government that may be set up in China so long as the Nationalist government continues to function There have been indications that the Nationalist government may take refuge on the island of Formosa or in some part of south eastern China which the Red armies have not overrun and con tinue to operate Meantime the post office de partment suspended U S mail service to all parts of China ex cept the southeastern provinces of Fukien Kwangtung and Kwangsi r where the Nationalists are ought to be sent out with Maj Gen Harry H Vaughn Blocked in wearing Fcron HOUSE ORDER Vaughan Still Cant Wear Peron Medal WASHINGTON May 19 With a stern rebuke to the army a house group refused Thursdayto let Prcs Harry S Trumans mili tary aide wear his controversial medal from Dictator Juan Perons Argentina If Washington generals dont have anything more important to do than worry about medals then In a day marked by spreading Dr Bronk who accompanied i inK questions for the second time since 17 Eisler was arrested aboard the i Jlln Polish liner Batory off Southamp HELSINKI Finland May 19 ton May 14 and carried ashore Badger said however ships would remain in the tze 35 miles below the mouth of j Pres Risto Ryti jailed the Whangpoo and would proceed the Russians made one concession kicking and screamin on charges that he led his country a reasonable distance upriver to j confusion along the entire zonal j Lilienthal to the hearing told a I boundary between east and west j reporter he plans to recommend 1 that the councils executive board take action to withdraw Frei stadts government fellowship Notes Contract Angle He said his recommendation if j They agreed to let piledup traffic Helmstedt in the Biitish 2one the Soviet checkpoint with documentaton Food Trucks Move pected to make their last ditch stand The order cut off mail to DETROIT May 19 Shanghai among other places Must Remain Firm He said Americans already have demonstrated that they can act with firmness and determination in the face of situations which seem to be disheartening or even almost helpless Now he said Americans must show that they can continue to act steadily and with determina tion in the face of a more optimis tic turn of events He repeated previous assertions that if the United States shifts its foreign policy every time there is a raising or lowering of the international temperature the net effect will be to put control of U S policy in foreign hands all talks in the Ford strike if the company does not agree to simul taneous contract negotiations Reuther issued his ultimatum at a mass meeting of an estimated 14000 Ford workers He proposed that bargaining on i the contract begin next Monday Earliest date for contract rcopen was May 15 The company has said it is not prepared to start contract talks j before June then only if the strike has been settled j Suggests Two Methods j Reuther suggested two methods i for conducting the double bargain lands war responsibles still in lets and artillery clearly visible ietv ni members A Laborite Samuel Silvennan asked whether Ede could say what it is this man is alleged to have done to justify his being hounded all over the world in this unprecedented way as far as this country is concerned Not Yet Received No sir Ede replied I not yet received the requisition from the government of the United j States of America asking for this mans extradition When I do I Russia said Thursday she had of shall consider it in the light of fered to help settle tlie civil war the powers given to me under the jn Greece on condition that mill flashes Soviets Support Move to End have Greek War Asks Election isifirm i LONDON Friday May 20 eign Minister Andrei Gromyko the Soviet terms to approved by the 32member board mg sessions A fr nj 1 At 6 pm some 200 food laden probably would amount to breakj Bv alternate full AttOl 111 llOSpllal trucks began moving on the ing a contract with Freistadt riiviriin Inrii The Russians had dei and that the council might have to i Wednesday morning that dig up funds of its own to make j30 trade permits carried i up the loss to the student hy truck drivers bear the stamp of the Soviet zone German economic council This regulation the west ern powers charged in separate official protests Thursday night contravened the agreement to lift all transport trade and communi cations restrictions imposed after j March 1 1948 The Russians made clear that the concession did not mean ac Dean Rusk Cfance the western powers and British minister of state Hecj of the axemen They telephoned me powers given LO me unuei uic Greece on condition that MeXeil when they approached leicpnonea representatives act under which this action tnoktary ajd by foreign powers to the nim at United Nations as I of Ule American British and place Greek government be ended and sembv in New York April 6 I Frcnch military governments and Anthony Eden who is leader new elections held THSS said PvuVk and McNeil i accorclin8 to Laurence Wilkinson the Conservative party in Tiniiri at nrosent is mniv rr hoir American economics chief cm mons when Winston Churchill is i gi The United States at present is j promised reply fur their govern iiinuit fi lui Liitii tiuvciii both military and other aid inrnts at a later meeting Tass i Phasized that cast zone documen not present asked Ede whether to he Groek government as part did not say when this would be I of truck would he could say on what request from i of lne Truman program to con Gromyko expressed willingness j e the United states he has been tnin cornnumism The British also the news agency said to talk over lratnc acting thus far have military personnel in Greece settlement of the Greek civil war Ede replied that hehad not i pres Harry S Truman asked onnon the basis of the recent pence 6Atom Peddlers Prompt Hunt For Nazi Cache The union president charged that j Fords failure lo enter into tract negotiations at this time would bo in clear violation ot the letter and spirit of the existing contract and even of the national labor relations act HOLLYWOOD May 19 An inflamed eye put Actor Greg ory Peck in St Johns hospital Thursday The film stars eye started bothering him after he flew with Director Henry King from Florida in Kings plane th troops said Rep Carl Vinson CD chairman of the house armed services committee Other Officers Involved At Vinsons suggestion a sub committee voted unanimously to keep Maj Gen Harry H Vaugh ans medal on ice indefinitely It did so by tabling a bill to let 67 army officers accept 93 awards from 20 foreign governments When Vaughan was awarded the medal Feb 4 at the Argentina embassy it brought a campaign of criticism from columnist Drew Pearson Mr Truman rushed to Vaughans defense saying he was not going to fire any of his official family because some SOB makes a smart aleck statement on the radio Army Rebuked Fifteen other army officers have been awarded the decoration the order of the liberator general San Martin from Argentina All wera included in the tabled bill Vinson took the army to task for bringing up the bill in these busy times of bad deal legislation new deal legislation and mandate legis lation FRANKFURT Germany May 19 UP United States in Satutory Moral Duty The company he continued has a sUaitory natural and moral lduly to bargain collectively and i telligencc agents searched j now llpon lhe contract j Earlier a mediation official said i Dutra Says Brazil U S Work Together for Global Peace throughout Germany Thursday for the Nazi governments re maining atomic stockpile The search followed the ar rest of 11 Germans for trying to peddle uranium Brig Gen G H Weerns American provost marshal in charge of the hunt estimated been cleared Autobahn Closed Again the Nazis left behind about Auto Workers that the federal government would enter the strike talks for the first time Friday j Arthur C Viat Detroit regional i director for the mediation and coni ciliation service made the ani nouncement in telegrams to Ford j Motor Co and the CIO United yet acted at nil because i pSs only Wednesday for SSO bid nf the Communistled Guerilla i c notcs0f Protest were been arrested under a warrant isnnooon more to aid both Gieece sued by the magistrate at Turkey during the onrrnt ampton fiscal vear ending June 30 This As soon as I can get a reqiiisi would b in addition tu SfiJijOiKi tion I can deride whether the case 000 already appropriated is of a political character or Tass the offinal Soviet news Ede said govcrnnuiil Tasv Gromyko called for a bgpowor appeal to tlu sides to halt the fighting in Greece and for n pen eral Greek amnesty nc followed I agency said Soviet Deputy For by free parliamentary elections n Chuikov Soviet com mandeiin Germany by Maj Gen George P Hays deputy American military governor Maj Gen K G McLean British deputy ami Maj Gen R 1 Xoiret French i deputy coijnsi ny I TIIUM 4600 grams of uranium the radioactivft base of atom bombs He disclosed the 11 Germans were arrested in tlio past few weeks while trying to sell unin ium to Americans About lliflO Ford originally had told Viat the company preferred to be left alone to settle the strike in nego liatiotis with the union But in his telegram to Vial Thursday Bugas accused thei union of to at grams have been recovered he tempt to make any progress by said Laboratory tests showed the recovered uranium was pure and radioactive negotiation until the federal mediation and conciliation service I sits in on our sessions i WASHINGTON May 19 UP i Eurico Gaspar Dutra of Brazil told a cheering joint session I of congress Thursday that his na1 tion is working hand in hand with i the United States to achieve world j peace Paying tribute to the friendship j between the two countries he ex1 pressed confidence that it will grow even stronger in the years ahead The crowded house chamber re sounded with a full two minutes j of cheers whistles nnd applause as the stocky Brazilian chief exccu1 tive and Pres Harry S Truman entered the chamber and walked j to the rostrum Dutrn received another standing j ova lion as he arose to speak Speaking in Portuguese as house and senate members fol lowed his text from English trans lations Dutra said Brazil and the United States are working side by side for peace both in the United Nations and through the regional organization of American states He said both countries have given full help to the evergrow ing vigor of the interAmerican system which safeguards the se curity ot the continent and the wellbeing of the peoples on this hemisphere On the world plain he said we collaborate frankness nnd loyalty for the prestige of the United Nations for the es tablishment of a better under standing among nations as the only means to insure world peace   

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 145+ 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 145+ 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 145+ 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 145+ 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