Share Page

Salt Lake Tribune: Saturday, June 4, 1949 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Frlrtavl WEATHER with statlered south and Details on Page 31 51 SALT LAKE SATURDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Bloc Q To Repeal TH Statute Jurors Learn Sordid Past Of Chambers Fortunately no one was in the kitchen of the Richard Giles resi 1171 Blair 340 Friday night when the box elder tree in buck fell on smashing porrh and kitchen rnnfs and demolishing range find over electric 100MILEW1DE SWATH Record Class At USAC Gains Scrolls Tribune Leased Wire June college graduate in the world of today should seek economic inde an appropriate marand causing scattered damage and telephone outages of boxes stored in riage and religious and ethical declared John NEW June 3 taker Chambers admitted Friday j that he lied under oath to the same federal grand jury that in dicted Alger Hiss on a charge ofj testifying Chambers said he told the grand i Jury he had no direct knowledge of Russian spy Then you admit now that you testified falsely and committed perjury before the grand jury in this building he was Thats Chambers re The government has based its j perjury case on Hiss denial of Chambers charges that Hiss i passed government secrets to I Chambers has admitted he was a courier for a prewar Soviet spy Hiss has said that Chambers j THOMAS AYE Basis of Perjury Case Under a merciless courtroom at Chambers spoke in soft tones as crossexamination exposed his i own He stepped down from the wil npss stand late in the self described as a a onetime potential traitor to his j and a furtive j former I j The defense launched the attack j on Chambers character in its Will Settle for Compromise Solons Study Amendments Harry S Trumans forces in the senate abandoned their TaflHartley repeal bill Friday and actively worked for a Vice Barkloy went before a conforence of senale Democrats and was reported to have said that he and Truman have decided to take what they can get in the way of a new labor When the conference finally broke up Scott Lucas of the Democratic leader of the told reporters i Willis Kilter complete political Me 60 mph Gale Hits North Utah ert Toll in Thousands Prop A 60mileperhour gale roared curred in Salt Lake The fal through northern Utah Friday en ning like the legendary Paul Bunjrjjv inrleatf van felling trees like matchsticks the Ritter Looms As judge Post Choice June 3 4 Confab o On Berlin Strike Fails June 3 confer ence of Big Four military com mandants to settle the Berlin rail way strike failed The 3 nhour called at the request of the ended in a It was the first such session of the commandants arc not through and in 50 A British spokes ably meet again early next man said no PIans were made for Among the five amendments he favors is a plan for federal seizure Unprofitable Session of lo 90 na tional emergency i British Bourne Unlike the TartHartley the six proposals for settling the seizure proposal would not specifi14day walkout of anti onlly authorize injunctions to deCommunist west Berlin workers lay But the courts have wprc made by the western offi held that Ihe government can but it was a most unprof seek an injunction against j table Alexander he Soviet turned down all of He reiterated a that he personally favors a series of five amendments to the Tru man bill which were proposed Will Be Amended Earlier Lucas said that cer tinaly the bill is going to be amended in the labor de bate which starts He said Friday night that the meeting made that about 10 of the 51 Democratic senators that nearly all of them that there was a lot of disagreement and that we the employes after seizinga com Hipartisan Support Russian request that western Bcr all five of these in police he withdrawn from west II i u i n ui m i r r ill i trv n t wiu TU T vm tempt to shake Chambers story Albert Ihomas Utan i amendments have hipartisan supern sector where they that Hiss used the position the recommended theappoint1 They will be introduced in were sent to Soviet sector mpnt of Willis W Ritter as federal I the senate hy two j railway police after rioting early government bestowed on him steal secrets for Russian to Prison Term Possible Many Proposals Judge for the Utah district in let1 Paul Douglas and j in the strikeV Uers sent to Harry S Truman Hill and two Re land Tom George Aiken j If onetime hon Recommendation by the senior j VU and Wayne Morse Frank ored official in the Roosevelt adsenator is considered tantamount what the Truman Democrats j the American commandant told faces the possibility j to although the j were trying to do was this Acj newsmen a great number of pro of prison and a president makes the nomination eept some parts of the Taftposals were offered and discussed i 4 Thursday and the senate Hartley law in order to win her and Hardware al about 1657 Beck While firemen stopped off nearby wires to pre vent workmen emptied the deal to steal the secrets Sen Thomas urged early con enough southern and Republican June 3 four e hy Hiss and donation inasmuch as the Utahjvolcs lo most of power foreign ministers council an alleged Rusj court is now without a j Fridays meeting was not called matched plans Friday in secret Isian at a Chinatown restauI Judge Tillman who j with tne of winning complete i session on the Berlin The i rant in New York in i occupied the position for 33 i agreement among the 54 Demoj only indication of progress was in the fourth day of his i recently retired at the age of fll i aPart in their j that tncy will meet again batur former western edu cator and commissioner of Indian at Utah State Agricultural commence ment services here Friday morn incr Nichols address was di rected to a class of 895 men and women of them who received diplomas in the lar gest commencement ceremony in the history of the Held in Field House The services were held in the college field which was almost filled with friends and relj atives of graduates when grad nates and facuily members filed in to their reserved seating sec tion at 10 Leading the pro cession were i of the col lege and Hyriun Salt Lake chairman of the college hoard of Krynoting the exercises were re marks made by Harris and Cien West Salt Lake class which illustrated the trend of j postwar in his annual said tile collie student body dur ing the past year totaled jOili highest in history u total of 6111 veterans have re reived at the institu anil that of the present ptudent body are His sniflent housing summary showed that 595 tamiles were housed in campus housing units and private trailer houses during the past Tribute to Wife Pearson paid special tribute to wife for her support and to him during his college Without her I would not carried on to a happy conclusion o school he who Was president of New Mexico Slate Las before his recent appointment as commissioner of Indian served for many years as president of Idaho State and its University of Ida Southern He went to Japan ns an advisor to Mac Arthur on educational for two returning in He will deliver the commence men address to Idaho State col lege graduates Monday at Poca The bureau official told graduates the main problems of the present day college graduate See Page Column 4 which by midnight was being epl crews working all puted in the thousands of throughout Davis Despite mounting property dam Wjnd damgpe lo Huge sheets of corrugated metal blew around the yard and onto highway 91 as the entire rear other than those crushed bv fall of the structure was bared to the feureports of injuries due jnpr nccurred through The heavy steel was a large stripped from the skelton frame by Action Averts Fire Sparks drew Salt Lake fire crews to a corrugated sheet steel Western Trading warehouse fur merlv occupied by Interstate Linn most of it caused to the wind were all of those were Worst damaged home was be ard Giles family at 1171 Blair East a box elder tree in the back yard toppled onto the crushing the collapsing walls of the back porch and Inside the house an electric re frigerator was knocked and a kitchen range was Nei bors housed the family North from The gale was general from Salt i I Jjpc Sllf IfiPtl Lake City with Ogden re U J porting extensive damage to power and telephone The capital the full force of the I SAN June 3 UP Beginning at reports head of the larg of felled broken power lines pst bank in the died Thurs and outoforder telephones be gan to pour into police and fire switchboards and to The The number of trees down could i but with the purpose of day under the same j sounding out and buildi At this neither Russia on I ing a labor bill that might win the one side nor the three western senate Five Amendments Bank Picture on Page 2 not be but several city streets were completely day at the age of He was founder and chairman j of the Bank of His death I ended a ragstoriches climb for jthe son of Italian The financial genius who man more than 10 automobileswere the Bank of America into crushed and telephone crewmen a fading position In west reported it the worst windstorm roast lhfn the nation and finally in l0 years the succumbed to a heart Ulah Power andLight reiaU8cl al his sprawling Hillsbor the work piece by Virginia il3f3 East was biociteri by H iutoot giant which also knocked out electricity in the Oilier power lines were affected by the A willow tree near Hygeia Ice in Sugar House was blown across main power lines and shorted out approximately onethird of the service in the main portion of Salt Lake The major power outage thus was repaired and service was re sumed in approximately a quarter Garden Force Hotel Utahs Starhte Garden the force of the wind as the canvas topping on the famed roof garden was ripped Max hotel said dinner guests moved to the i Empire where the Starlite Gardens dinnerdancing schedule will be maintained until the roof i resort can be Utah Power and Light win dows in the Kearns 132 i powers on the other had rejected outright the rival plans for mak i ing Berlin a single city once After the threehour managed to smile and is now vacationing at j ally at his as he j birthplace in I watched Chambers answer the rmitioal Clearance j searching questions of grey Defense Lloyd Paul Thomas i i has complete political clearance 1 From the outset of the meaning that he was among j The five amendments backed Stryker had branded Chambers a those approved hy the Democratic Aiken and they issued this communique whose testimony party organization and leaders would do these things Under the chairmanship of the i against Hiss cannot be trusted let me I 1Require unions lo bargain Soviet foreign Andrei the jury of 10 men and two aad this personal Ritter m gooci The TanHartley the council of foreign he continued a line of has bee holh mv student and my doss but the Truman i ministers met in closed session questioning calculated to impair associate on the faculty of the Uni the Wagner The ministers discussed IChanibnrs credibility as a witness of In he was require only employers to the Soviet and United States pro being considered for the presii Specifically guarantee posals relative to They wilt dency of the University of Utah j dom of speech in labor I meet again Saturday in closed sea and Thomas Reed the j The TaftHartley act does i celebrated liberal professor of con The amendment would prevent a j stitutional law at wrote j mere noncocrcive expression of me at that time the following if an emj URANIUM CUBE It is my judgment that per 1 sonal and intellectual traits plover says a union is a bad union from being considered an unfair Reds Capture Former Base in China CUP Communist of postwar base of the navys west Pacific fleet and last remain ing pocket of Nationalist resist City and graduated from the grade quite as much ance north of the Yangtze i ard high schools of Park NonRed Oaths wellinformed from 1318 through he Ritter which I outlined in this leti lanor are perhaps even more rele 3Require unions to file annual vant to his competence as a federal financial reports before judge than as a university presii could 2et any help from the j Labor Relations The amendment is similar to the Taft Hartley wouldnt Suspects Wait Ore Verdict Born in Ritter was born In Salt Lake provision on require the but filing of was reported by sources So far as could be worked as a laborer in the mines and June twoinch cube of pure uranium from Adolf Hitlers atomic stockpile was placed in j evidence in a military government Call on union and court here Nine ported most extensive damage oc Hardlo Tie Tlris Truinan Mirror 3 What impressed the visilor Fri day was that Harry S Truman could do it without The visitor to the White House was Mennen Wil liams of Some manu facturer had given him n hunch of bow ties and he brought one to who used to be a The chief executive removed his blue polka dot fourinhand without wrapped the bow tie expertly around bis whose own bow tie was was impressed with Trumans nomirror Williams said the tie he gave Truman was gray with a diamond hut he couldnt remember whether the diamonds were red or He himself wearing a figured green ough estate on the peninsula south of San Contracts Cold He had been living in spmiretire recently and for the past month suffered from a cold r lie could not The bank and the Transamerica which became a holding for more than fiDf banks iin the had been attack by the Federal Reserve hoard for the six His full name wss Amadeo Peter hut he was known to his thousands of employes as He was known as a jest not given to displays of emotion shows of Surrounded By Kin At his bedside when he died were his Laurance Mario as did the window of Norman Sims Hat 136 The fence around the old state road commission shops at the loot of Victory on Beck gaped See Page Column sailors in the 350 miles north of when the Reds re portedly entered at 3 Thurs mills of Park City to earn employers as to sign oaths j Nine seedylooking that they arent or supporters totali to sell the cube to an American there were no American shins or money to go to college and tjiat they arent trapped April 27 when they tried law ExJap fin Serving Dies in Tokyo June 4 UP Toshio ex ambassarlor to Rome serving a life sentence for roilaboration with the died Saturday of cancer of I he larynx in army hospital He was tried with Hidtki Tojo as one of the 28 major war crim Shiratori was sentenced after the interna who inherits his fathers position i tional military tribunal found He received his degree larian The filing i agent for faced Judge from the University of an would be necessary before the Fred Conn of on LLB degree cum laude from the union or company could get any charges of illicit traffic in war University of Chicago law school N LRB But a union would Kong reports an S J D degree from the not have to file if its constitution The defense and prosecution that Nationalist forces were i vnrd He is a member or bylaws banned Communists rested their cases late Friday and evacuating the important south of the honorary scholastic soriej and other subversives from the defendants were released on rail 330 ties of Phi Beta Kappa nad Phi i their own recognizance to go home Kappa j Establish a new procedure over the Whitsun holiday this He was admitted to the practice for handling strikes or lockouts i week The verdict will be See Tage Column 2 in vital pronounced next at tho head of the hank and hold ing and his j CInire Giannini His wife had died suddenly in His friends and admirers were not to send Pri vate funeral services will he held Monday nt Mathews Roman church in San Mftteo and the elder Giannini will he entombed in the family rrypt al Holy Cross i cemetery beaide his him guilty of one count concern ing his role in conspiracy to wisge aggressive war and wars in violation of international trea He served more than 30 years in the cabinet and in diplomatic and consular At hisown request h was converted to Christianity at the army hospi tal Feh received bap tism into the Lutheran China miles north of in the face of a Communist pincer attack which wns menacing outposts SO miles north and of Pai Nationalist commander in central was RLMPUS SQUELCHER reportedly moving an army of hardened Kwangsi troops It was believed he would establish new headquarter at 100 miles south of In a key Communist official assured businessmen that he new regime st least welcome nationally minded capitalists as an aid to economic Chief political commissioner Jao Shushin told several hundred prominent Chinese Thursday night that laborers must regard indus trialists as their friends the workers have been liberated polit but their economic libera tion is impossible before industry is fully The government wishes to sug gest this rule in principle labor should not make demands on capi tal which the latter while capital should treat labor worse than before the libera Jao Riled Medina Jails Red Trio NEW 3 UP iFederal Judge Harold Medina lost his patience Friday after five i months of court room rumpuses i and sentenced three of the 11 Com munist conspiracy trial defendants to jail for Medina also threatened the Com munists lawyers with disciplinary action when the trial is over for their contemptuous i The judge started out to punish one of the but the turmoil w n I c h resulted j him to send two others tojail cells The three were I John editor of the Daily Worker organizational Hen1 ry Winston and Gus party i The courtroom disorder marled i with the sentencing of Gates to 30 days for retusing to answer ques tions under cross examination dur ing a tempestuous session Thurs As soon as Gates sentence was Hall and oth er defendants jumped to their feet and shouted while Gates slumped silently in his Win stons voice was the Thousands of Negroes have been he The government action in this case is a monstrosity on Medina replied by sending Win ston to jail for the duration of the trial and revoking his Another voice shouted There is more law dispensed in kangaroo Medina looked Lets who is that Is that Gus Hall he Hall identified himself Yon arj remanded for bal ance of the Medina This means that Hall and Gates will spend all of their time in except to attend court until their sentences are All 11 defendants in the trial had been free under bail Hsrry defense asked that Gates sentence stayed to give him time to appeal to the court of Med ina and went on to warn Defense Louis that all tive defense may be cited to the bar association disciplinary   

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 155+ 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

10 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:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ 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 155+ 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 155+ 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 155 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