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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS IntermuunUin Network Station KALL Throntk WEATHER Fair continued Detiib OB 17 70 SALT LAKE THURSDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Willkie Calls For Unity With Labor Tells Business To Form Clubs For Mutual Benefit Republicansponsored labor business clubs to break down segregation between the two in terdependent g r o 11 p x were recommended by Philip young member of the Indiana in an address be fore the western states council of Young Republican clubs in the Newhouse The re gional meeting was a prelude to the national Young Republican convention which will open son of the 1940 Re publican presidential said he had noted in the Indiana legis lature that neither the Republicans or Democrats had a program or Warns of Pattern The he pro gram and business was against So the conflict was between labor and he tended to push American politics into the Karl Marx class warfare pattern and to advance the cause of those who seek to destroy the private enterprise he talk free enterprise to each Labor people talk to each other about the horrors of the Taft Hartley act The two groups meet only in the bar gaining in strike or in a legislative Scans Cluh Idea He suggested the clubs along the line of present service clubs us a means of bringing the two es sential segments of our economy together so they can produce the wealth to provide the social serv ices which the people As another means of keeping the economy dynamic and expan sive he suggested an incentive tax system to encourage creation of new jobs and discourage safety He offered the two suggestions ideas for what he termed a bold deal such as the Republican party sponsored during the half century after 3860 when it domi nated the political Recalls Bold During that the GOP had program to meet the needs of It indirectly subsidized infant industries the protective tariff and sponsored reciprocal trade agreements when conditions he It subsidized construction of a trans portation system land grants he and said everything that has been said about civil riehts in the past three iinijui It espoused he first regulation of air disaster hy shooting the Con niictnpcc f a lit H met r Junior Politicos Plug Home States Delegate to Ynimg Republican convention do a little horntooting for their home Left to L rxtolls Washington apples while Norms puts In m word for Idaho forests anil recreational areas to Herbert from West SKILL CHEATS DEATH State Leaders Senate Rejects Proposal To Seize Struck Plants House Solons Stage Sharp Tussle June 22 UP Adolph Sabath 83yearold dean of the traded blows with 69yearold Eugene Cox in sharp but bloodless fight Wednes The skirmish came as the house opened debate on the controver sial national housing Cox squared off and hit oa the face when the whitehaired congressman from Illinois called him a liar and refused him time to make a Clips Southerner Minus his which had been knocked to the Sabath flailed out with surprising agility and clipped the southerner with a left and a right before fel low members rushed in to separate Cox apologized to who wound up by giving his erstwhile antagonist seven min of speaking Both said they still like each and posed arminarm for photog The housing bill successfully passed its first hurdle soon after The by voice approved a resolution mak ing consideration of the measure in To Offer Amendment Chairman Brent Spence Pilot Lands Blazing Shin jjrge Safely With 43 Aljoait Treaty Okeh June 22 CUP quickwitted pilot crash landed a burning American Air lines plane on the edge of a pea patch saving the lives of the 43 persons Pic ture on page said the plane went down about two and threefourths miles from the airport Immediately after becoming Hatch radioed the tower that his right engine had quit and he had feathered With about Thirtyfour persons were a minute in which to and jured but only 17 were hurt carry nut a Hatch headed riously enough to require more j for the only clear spot he could treatment in i Ed Hatch avoided a mfijor j business antitrust took the lead in conservation and espoused participation in world It was a party of bold men and bold ideas in that he The speaker emphasized that did not mean by the term bold ness the expenditure of unlim ited sums from the public The session was presided over by Fred chairman of western states and welcoming speeches were made by See Column 5 Lewis Warned June Mine Strike Illegal WHITE SULPHUR Passengers and Va Jllne 22 ouslv praised Hatchs The Lewis was warned Wednesday that vair transport under a highten sion wire to the only clearing Hales pea One Engine Afire One engine of the which was bound from Worth to New caught fire as it took off from the Memphis mously praised pilot threaded the smoking plane he will be violating the TattHart MclHit by Damage Light NEW 22 Fire broke out Wednesday night in the Metropolitan Opera but the historic building was empty and firemen doused the blaze with in a short Firemen said some seats were destroyed in the third and fourth past a wooded area and nosed it i le law 1C he orders his United Jt down in a tiny clearing beside a j Mlne Workers out of a large share shou I nf the print fiplrln nn Tiino macadam The came nf the nations coal fields on June under the i wires with one motor out and the I His contract with most of the other said Crook coal operators expires that uho saw the crash from a store tiers of the dress circli beside the Skidded Across Road The plane hit small bank on one side of the skidded across the highway and came to rest in front of a tree in a small truck No one I The airliner look off at The warning was issued by George president of the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal as Lewis and northern and western commercial operators met in an effort to write a new contract that may set a pattern for the entire coal Law of Land i J 1 f f 10 iiiiciii v y 111 c it u niiu i The Metropolitan bpera is closed Fred chief airport con e don t think the measurcSi that for the season and no special event troller for the Civil Aeronautics t0 i levels of government should had been scheduled for Wednesdayadministration announced the Loye tola newsmen financiallv More on i j tirr consider that we have contract c i COLORADO June 22 nations gover nors called Wednesday night for speedy senate approval of the North Alantic followed by implementing action to give it full force and Kansas Republican Frank Carlsori was elected succeeding Marylands Democratic Preston Lane as the gov ernors ended their 41st annual The state executives gave in direct indorsement to the ad ministrations proposal to furnish pact signers in But the calling for continued support of the United an adequately financed European recovery program and pact did riot specifically allude to the arms said merely that the pact ishould be approved by the senate at the earliest possible time and that necessary action should like wise be taken implement the pact and give to it full force and The whose action by tradition must be sidestepped a proposal for a 20 cut in federal aid in exchange for the governments leaving certain fields of taxation to the They a 1941 declaration for cooperation between the federal and state gov ernments on unemployment and re all par of the house banking com announced he will offer an amendment to bring the bill in line with senateapproved housing This was agreed on by house Democrats Tuesday in an effort to win support from the economy The house version called for public housing units in the next seven senate bill carriesa total of units over the next six The maxi mum saving by the reduction would amount to almost f 000 a In Full View The SabathCox scuffle occurred in full view of the After they were Cox came over and sat down next to Sabath at the committee but Sabath got up and walked Some members said they understood the southerner tried to but Sabalh wouldnt of the crash and taknnff and FIT TO BITE NAILS BearMauled Miner Pours 151 Proof Rum on Scalp June 22 TIP i right she isnt JO feet tough old Alaskan sourdough Wednesday told from his hospital bed how he poured 351 proof nun on his mangled scalp after he was mauled by an enraged 600pound j face I dropped my camera and fired one with my Hit her 30 feet away and the birdshot blew back in niv mol her boa That rum stung like Hardy was fil lo bile nails right A sourdough for 40 Trefz grr was rushed by boat and plane to Virginia Mason hospital here from his hunting lodge 60 miles from atler the attack Sunday 1 was out shoolin brown sow aiul her two that with my movie cam Been an awful hflf1 winter up tod of cubs was just tiny thing Trefzgnr said then bear was upon lifted my picked up my arm and broke t passed When I name I couldnt Thought I was but it was only Looked around until J found my things and then walked a mile and a halt back to camp and poured on that The veteran woodsman then walked four miles toward Dry bay before some native fishermen found him and look him to Vaku ctial runs to Ihe law of the Yon cant make a contract that supersedes the law of the He based his interpretation on section ot the TaftHartley law that requires unions to stay on the job for 60 days during negotiations for a new Under the notice given by the 60day period will not expire for SI eel and its sub sidiaries until A f feel Oilier Jt will expire 14 for other rompnnies operating cap1 live mines and northern and western commercial Tht Sou horn Coal Producers I which has meeting in1 with the mine workers at gave their own notice some seven weeks That means Lewis could shut down their mines on June Lewis previously reporters that the legal rights of the oper ators were unimpaired by the unions notice of contract terminn pagc column More Tax Sleuths Dratv Senate 770 June 22 UP senate voted 77 to 0 Wednesday to insist that the government be allowed more employes to track down income tax Even the most insistent advo cates ot government economy joined to rack up a unanimous vote for the theory that extra employes would into the treasury many times the cost of their Among them was Harry Byre who issues a blast nearly every month against the size of the govern ment pay Byrd admitted that it is very rare that I rise to ask to increase an appropria he said it was dif ferent this time because the added employes would bring in many times the amount they Kills Heads For Test on Injunctions June 22 senate Wednesday trampled under a move to write government seizure powers into Harry S Trumans TaftHartley repeal handing the administration its first major senate defeat on the politically explosive The amendment sponsored by Paul Douglas and George Aiken was beaten by a vote of 55 to than two to Only three Republicans voted for Sought to Avert Injunction Renewal It was backed by administration leaders seeking to head off a renewal of antistrike authorized by the Taft Hartley The proposal would have permitted government seizure of industrial plants in labor endangering national health and There will be more votes on similar provisions But Wednesdays action was a sharp setback for the administration leaders who want to strike as many provisions as possible from the jaw Acheson Asks Solons To Approve Treaty June 22 of State Dean Acheson Wednesday opened an adminis tration drive to get approval of the North Atlantic pact and a armsforE u r o p e program in this session of con His call for action got quick approval from the senates two leaders in foreign Tom Connally chair man of the foreign relations com and Arthur Van denberg It is my Connally told we will be able to enact the arms program at this Cant Adjourn Vandenberg said Regardless of this session of con gress cant adjourn without acting on both the treaty and arms pro Whatever that action may we can not leave any twilight zone in a subject of this major importance to the security of the They made after Acheson their comments had had a secret huddle with the foreign relations There he stressed the urgency of keeping pressure against Rus HK also a formal state The failure of the Big Four for eign ministers conference in Paris to reach agreement on a unified Acheson reem phasizes the utmost importance ratification of the North Atlan tic pact and passage of the mil itary assistance program at this session of TwoThirds Vote The 12nation treaty must be ratified by atwothirds vote of the senate before it becomes bind ing on The arms plan must be ap proved by a majority in both The treaty is expected to get overwhelming approval by the But considerable opposi tion has built up against the arms Acheson gave foreign relations committee members a detailed re port on the Big Four Paris con He told them real Prog ress was made toward an Aus trian peace the fail jre on German unity illustrates the still widely divergent views on basic issues between the Soviet Union ers One and the western pow eommitee member said privately that Acheson empha sized these points during the closeddoor meetings Program The armsforEurope program may be sent to congress by Harry S Truman before the North Atlantic pact is Russia has been balked in the cold war and will coast along to await developments throughout the world while resist ing any move to nullify the gains she has tat by Of course Im going But he ducked questions whether the miners will work in Mother pits if they close down the I that old sow ii place for Its onlv fields on July S Airlift Celebrates First Birthday In Berlin Sunday June 22 airlift next Sunday will mark the first anni versary of contiitiious to By June American and British planes will have flown over one billion air miles in pumping tons of sup plies into air force officials said Throughout Soviet block until May of this aerial shuttle was Berlins spie link to the western Now the big fleet of 380 sil ver planes assigned to the air liH is lofting a minimum of 8200 Ions daily over the Russian zone from western The airlift started with 32 As of June tons of food and supplies hud been Supreme Court Judges Give Hiss Support By WILLIAM CONKLljV NEW June Frankfurter and Stanley two associate justices of the su preme court of United testified as character witnesses for Alger Hiss Wednesday his de f n s e against federal perjury charges shifted into high gear on its second day in federal Late in the day the defense pro duced the long missing typewriter once owned by Hiss and his a focal exhibit in the trial Used by Hiss The government contends that this typewriter was used by Kiss in February and to copy 47 state department documents for trans mission to Whittaker The defense began to lay its groundwork Wednesday frr the claim that the Hisses disposed of the typewriter well before Janu ary u After calling tffe two members of the nations highest court in the the defense provided a contrast in Following the two legal experts on the wit ness stand were the Hiss Negro maid and her whose testimony showed some unfamiiiarRy with strikers agreed Wednesday to lift legal of the Concerned Visit western sectors without calling off Their testimony concerned the rest ot their visit to the Hiss home hy per Union admit son identified by the maid us ted doubt that the Russiancon Chambers i trolled railway management would Justice who look cooperate in the through the western which the stand as the nth defense witI ice1 the strikers AntiPoll Tax Bill Clears House Group June 22 The house administration commit tee Wednesday approved an anti poll tax In doing it re versed its own The vote was 11 to The legislation would make it il legal to require payment ot ft poll tax as a prerequisite to voting for a vice president or president hi either a primary or general Eight states still have poll Harry S Truman has made the abolition of these voting re quirements a part of his civil rights The subcommittee had recom mended that action on this bill be deferred until the house judiciary committee had a reasonable time to act on a proposal to submit a constitutional amendment banning poll At least two hurdles still con front the antipoll tax bill The house rules committee and the Especially the The rules acting as a sort of legislative traffic direc decides when and if proposed legislation is to be debated on the house Southerners opposed to the bill are influential on the rules com But even if it is held up it can be called out under a new house rule adopted this This would make possible a house vote after the rules commit tee has had the bill 21 Defeat IVM Amendment Shortly the aenate rejected 67 to 15 another emer gency strike plan sponsored by Irving Ivea It would have required the presi dent to report an emergency strike or lockout to congress with recom mendations for legislative June 33 Utah Elbert and Arthur Walking voted the DoiiglaHAllten amendment pro viding seizure of truck No injunction orseizure would nave been The senate then recesseduntil An unusual coalition of Repub licans and northern and southern Democrats snowed under ths seizure The three RepublicansJoined 24 Democrats in voting for the A combination of 23 Democrats and 32 Republicans voted to reject it Stirs Angry The decision Jfpliowed an angry speech by Matthew who that those backing the compromise would be selling the Democrats down the river an Judas sold the N Hs said that Robert Taft RH might the next Republican presidential aiid warned Douglas that the have to enter defending pro Democrats might the 1952 election visions of the TaftHartley law adopted as amendments to the ad ministration repeal It would be the funeral of any Democratic candidate who backed without without without he GOP Joins Attack Wayne Morse and Robert Hendrickaon also attacked the seizure Hendrickson termed It a definite step on the road to auto cratic Winding up the debate for Aiken said he sup ported it because good labor leg slation this year depends on a bi partisan He said he op posed Tafts amendment to keep TaftHartley injunctions because he does not think the government should be allowed to use injunc tions on behalf of private em Scott senate Demo cratic of said he will order a Saturday session this week for the first time in months n an effort to speed action on the But he does not hope for final massage before EMERGENCY RAIL PLAN Strikers Okeh West Zone Flow June 22 antiCommunist railway cision to restore normal rail freight traffic to west Berlin with out ending the strike means The western sector elevated trains which carry nearly passengers daily wHl remain Any rail freight consigned to the Russian zone will not move their traditional 10day carried in ness on the trials J6th gaged in a minor clash with Thomas assistant who crossexamined The who lives in Massachu testified that Hiss held an excellent reputation for loyalty to his integrity and ve As a Harvard law school professor when Hiss studied there between and the jurist said he had recommended Hiss us law clerk to late See Column 7 J The strikers said they would re store west Berlins rail supply lines to normal in accordance with the of the Big Four for eign agreed in Paris The that Big Four the French and Russian com manders in the fourpower city were obligated to try to end the citys tangled transport The nonCommunist union II GO called the strike five A union spokesman said the de Following urgings from Ameri can and British the union admitted it was obligated to es tablish emergency service immedi We will offer interzonal trains to Potsdam and accept them from Heinz chairman of the If they the rail way management dont cooperate on this it means that they willing to impose the blockade Bracht explained tht union planned to operate trains only dur ing the daytime from 8 to 8 The union leader said the men would work the emergency ice without such service would in volve a certain amount of coopern tion with the Soviet signal Such cooperation wmi Union leaders notified the Citys three western commanders of their decision by They aim noti fied the police and Ernest mayor of west A union announcement workmen would report to freight yards Thursday to technical preparations for restor ing normal By trains from western Germany to Berlin actually will be moving through the yards toward unload ing the announcement   

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