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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Mtrinonntftin Network Station KALL rMonda Thrtmth WEATHER Partly cloudy Sunday Details on Page C9 73 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Food Processing Unit Under New Management This major Utah food processing the American Packing and Provision at will become a unit of Swift and Company Ogden Packing Plant Leased to Swift Monday under terms of a announced officials of bold firms in Ogden Plant opened in supplies western June of American Packing and Pro vision a major in dustrial plant of Ogdem since Monday will be taken over under lease by Swift and Announcement of the change from local management to a unit the internationally known Swift and packers was made Satur day by president of American Packing and Provision Devine will continue in busi ness in Ogden in operation of the storage business of Western Gate way Storage 390 Exchange the packing plant he has headed for the past 10 In Ogden Saturday to take over Coast Smashup Fatal to Six 25 management of the new Swift and packing and processing plant was who came to this city from Lake where hs managed the plant He has been an employe of Swift and for the past 21 Retiring From Field Retiringfrom the local where he has been vice president and general manager of American Packing and Provision for the past 10 is Ernie Fallen a presidential who will form his own sales Barkley Airliner Lewig Offers PartTime Work Week Lands Safely With Bad Engine June 25 A Washington to Louis bound plane carrying Vice Alben Barkley and other top government officials made a safe emergency landing at Port Columbus here late No one was injured and the plane proceeded to Louis after an hours Besides others aboard the plane included Tom Postmaster of Air Michigan Vet Wins Fight For Young GOP Chair WHITE SULPHUR June 25 tht na West Decrees Berlin Rail Dispute End June 25 UP The western commanders Saturday ordered Berlin rail strikers to go back to They said the strikers would receive 100 of their wages in west their 1 and said they would be cut off the rolls for unemployment com pensation if they did not pick up their tools by next Mayor Ernst Reuter said the strike probably will be settled on the basis of the western com manders plan drafted Saturday night at a stormy The nonCommunist who walked out 35 days ago causing what amounted to a second block ade of the called a meet ing for Sunday to be followed by a session of the unions executive Relief Cut Off Blaming the strike for para lyzing Berlins economic the commandants said the direct cost to the city in unemployment relief for tailwaymcn was west marks a The city was ordered to stop relief to strikers who flo not re sume work by An PX ception was for men who are afraid to return to employment with the Sovietcon trolled railway system and want to quit the railway They may keep on relief by de claring in writing the intention of looking elsewhere for work and of not interfering with the rail Soviet Compromise This in itself was a hard blow to the The strikers have been drawing unemployment ra tions coal operators will agree and union benefits in west a threeday work John Lewis was reported willing Satur day to keep the mines open while werf ino west mani is now nnntrart worth about four times the east This was better than an east mark pay envelope when they were The west mark is he debates with new contract terms i John Tope Wins hoi battle for Young Republican Louise Rcplogle Honored by political HITS GOP INACTION Lee Brands State Doles As Tools A denunciation of the older generation for selling the young people of the country down a political river which leads to state socialism was delivered at the closing Young Republican banquet by BrackenLee of Through our avarice for present the Utah gov ernor told the Young and amazing to prostitute future freedom to that present we have strapped to your backs and the backs ofyour children and their children a burden of such magnitude as to shock anyone who is willing to ponder and reflect When the strike began May I We older people have not had That would mean at least some21 there vere thc I the moral fortitude even to sug miners who Saturj Communist union VL miiicrn wnu oucuii Stuart Symington and Jday began their annual holiday itllere are about would have parttime work when The a Lockheed the 10day vacation period ends organization to operate with head1 Lodestar piloted by Jack j July anarters in Salt Lake With Jolly Saturday was representing the general j offices of Swift and in in making the transfer from the old to the new management under lease of the entire plant and its National Distribution Under the new most of the output of the Ogden plant will be distributed through out the heavily populated sections of the it was pointed j The companys nationwide Departure from Policy The payment of wages in west j national debt marks will be guaranteed by the j The governor attributed what he Repays Asks June za Tne companys 1 TT I Six three adults and three j distribution facilities will provide W IQOW S H tillorl Y T 3 Oil landed at Port Columbus after an en gine went bad 60 miles south west of Plane and passengers then re United Mine Workers presi sumed their flight to dents expressed wish to stabilize in the j i But it would be a sharp dej jparture from the traditional no city which will convert up to 40 of Uieir wages in that termed the present weakness in moral fiber to acceptance of gov The Sovietcontrolled railway handouts and the resulting The reduction to three days Ifered to pay 60 m west i opportunity for unscrupulous peo iwesk also would fit right in Vithjand Perhaps more if west mark I plo to up great government United Mine Workers presii revenues were Previous1 Assassin South Korea Party Leader June 26 Kim Uie citv hafi offered to convert want laxell one of the most prominent poli y in addition to the he but are unwilling to give up our private pensions We want everyone else to be rugged so long as Second Role Stirs Ire Of Sessipn By MALMQUIST In a turbulent and at times hightempered the na tional federation of Young Re publicans Saturday afternoon elected John 34yearold business execu tive and war national to succeed Ralph Becker of Port Louise Replogle of was named cochairman to succeed Ruth Tope defeated LwughHn Loc Waters of Los Angeles after a rulingin his favor on the first ballot was challenged by the Waters supporters and a second rollcall was During the delegates swarm ing over the rostrum arguing with the presiding chairman and Like Noisy Demos Miss Pat Loomis of campaign manager for contributed to the restoration of order when sha took the stand to agree to For the first iiimir she I am ashamed of a Young Republican It sounds like the national Demo cratic nominating convention in Philadelphia last Thc snarl arose over an an nouncement prior to the roll call that there were 451 and that 226 votes gulfed for a Actually only 439 votes were cast and the count was 222 for 208 for Waters and nine for Joe Bartlett of West Majority Disputed The elections chairman ruled that Tope received a majority and therefore was The con vention immediately began to seethe with protesting Waters backers who took the position that 226 votes were required for elec A motion to appeal the ruling was This posed the ques tion of whether a simple or a twothirds majority would be re ticians in was assassinated I quired to no policy of Britain The report of the Lewis was heard here while negotiations i with more than half the soft coal I industry were in recess until Tues small were killed Satur day night when the seiian in which they were riding was struck head on by produce van near Three other occupants of the were critically in a wide outlet for the livestock products of the Ogden We hope to grow at our Ogden plant with the new industries of what we are learning is a rapidly growing industrial declared Deputy Coroner Jay Negotiations for the transfer of fied one of the dead as Karl operations from American Pack Two women victims ing and Provision have been tentatively were identified by Jay j in progress for some it was June 25 Reseda said Satur Refuses to Talk Iii Mock Raid at his home The 67yearold Kim was known the government does not with1as a Tightest but ne draw our We want free dom in its widest as we learned of it in our but to sacrifice our personal dole would be whether it be a subsidy on copper or a piice con trol on a He bluntly charged the Republi Lewis himself would say nothing June 25 about tne but a well iniwestcrn unjon went into action j can party with part of the re day night that Sigrnund source who de saturdav to defend Britain in the j sponsibility for conditions against nnrtrnri rn yearold marrying cused of defrauding scores of women in the past 50 paid n swindler acclined to be uoted by name sald biggest air maneuvers since thelwhich Speaking of that there is to the war the to marry for the week end presumably time foreign air first time in peace tne astelections he said air forces joined in dared not oppose a threat her Saturday and asked her I who left here Friday battles designed to yield lessons I ening group of individuals who for i llP TAPPlr TITPSlimnhl V c iMa finitrnp in num VIATP offensive and defensive tactics claimed power in We The graying Engel wasback home sounding out sentiment based on the greatly improved j placated and cajoled and Operated Smce 1905 Darleen and Edna Doreen Kahley of j only during the past The not immediately were a boy about a year and a half old and two aged in 1905 by Fred Slaughter as Ogj about two and The injured Campy of Stocktn driver of the on a warrant preferred by nego speeds of modern jet lost not only the election but the All the superfortresses of the respect of the people to whom we who accused him of taktiatlons Somg on at the same statcs lhird air divisjon jowe our political In my coal The now based jn Britain wiu make humble no election ever The local plant was first begun i ing from her on a promise to He wanted to marry me Mon hard coal contract talks begin indaylight jn the nine days was July of the exercises and the pilots of j won or lost because of any pressure except the latest people themselves The only Carney wax unconscious hoursbecoming president of the bv and Engel i the ipany in boasted that he will go Don of The elder Dsvine died in Mrs Corrigan said that driver of car I See Page Column 4 mcmfi5was 50 she said she got it from him ja meeting in the office of his HOUSE PROBERS REPORT j Irving on La Sail j Engel was taken there j under police Asked where Engel the The other is with the United Steel Meteor jet to sound principles m and the i Republican party ON THE INSIDE Communist Front Tag Given AmericanSlav Congress June 25 UP I country spy hunters Saturday worked night called the AmericanSlav congress a Communist front seek ingto weld Americans into a fifth column in case of war with The charge was carried in a 134page report issued by the house miAmerican activities com It traced the history of the congress back to its inception in The legislators described the organization as the American sec lion of a world wide panSlav inspired by embassies here have with the The report charged that this is a violation of the 1933 agreement under which the United States granted diplomatic recognition to The report said the congress is seeking to place Amer icans of Slavic descent behind Russias ambitious designs for world At the same it it seeks to Incite them against the land of their Bdop SECTION A money to repay herr Mrs Corrij National 3 4 5 10 11 14 opened cautiously with ten gan said that he had it on I 6 8 itative Probcs of the east coast 18 are operi vehicle I know of that may be air force j sturdy enough to carry us back is the and the Netherlands have sent Voung Republicans must be the room personnel and a Netherlands squadron of British made Meteors is operating with thn defending I The attacking under Air j Marshal Sir Aubrey chief i nf the bomber command and Major i General Leon commander jof the United States third air di split with President Syngman Rhee in January of Kim then opposed the election which set up a republic in South The republic was recognized by the United Police said Kim was shot by a young man dressed in the uniform SixVote Margin After a conference on the it was agreed that the roll would be called with a ma jority of the Votes cast required for On this roll Tope picked up six mostly from the Nebraska and won by a count of 228 to 202 with the nine West Virginia votes still going for Waters then made the routine motion for unanimous election and it carried of a second lieutenant of the Kojby a subdued voice rean The assassin appeared at his home and fired four All took Kim died within five min long a fighter for Korean server his country as a representative in Chungking during the After his break with he was accused of unwittingly play ing the Communist The The delegates were as steamed up as though the presidency the United States had been at stake and charges of pres sures and stooging were flying all over the Newhouse Charges Fly The corridor campaign against Waters revolved largely around the charge that he was handpicked by the national corn North Korean Communists op1 mittee and Chairman Hugh posed the election which set up j Scott The counter rumor a republic in South Kim j against Tope and some earlier took position a republic in the j candidates who did not make the south would his permanently divide was that he represented the Page Column 1 MTSSFLES RESEARCH when he came Authorities had no other explanation immediately and were investigat ing where he obtained the Corrigan said they were three hours making the transac She said they did not talk very SECTION B Local 18 Drama 11 Sports 1217 SECTION C NEW June 25 Classified Advertising Miss Pauline who Intermountain 18 0 j Arrayed against them was a network of defending forces made i up of ground antiair craft a radar screen and patrols controlled by Air Marshal Sir Basil chief of I the fighter More than 500 aircraft are taking part in the which is under Sir Basils general The first serious raid came Supersonic Tunnels Aid Study June 25 navy announced Saturday that it has begun super sonic missile research in this nations highest speed wind same wind tunnels the Germans used 10 years ago to develop the V2 Brought from after the and turned over to the navy by the joint chiefs of the tunnels have been mod ernized to give that of claims Sigmund Engel marrier Mines and n if war staneJf somewhat faster than the Germans and then risntiriMrpri wit i S5n nnn 10 WAT and then disappeared with i 12 The said fraternal i The worth her said Saturi day night she hoped to leave for Chicago early next week to help i prosecute this nationwide scoun blond divorcee organizations affiliated with the call at Frank SECTION W SECTION II I j A force of more than thirty j The navy hopes to reach 10 times sweeping in from the North seal the spccd at a hriRht of eluded j the The bombers AmericanSlav congress control j office inrly Monday Modnl They said puidingstar of 1 millions of rlollnrs in insurance bfiforf leaving for Chi Ihf ronpress 15 s Russian general j It atlrlod Hint these groups to jrain advirp onjusl what Aicxsnrlpr j not hesitate to resteps should to Thoy that the j prisals ajrsinst relatives in iron her which inrhuM alT and other iron curtain i curtain I diamond solitaire SECTION Features Books I Art crossed the coast of j jand penetrated inland for moro to the On the ground women auxilia ries took turns nf fluty nlongsido their moti rolleajrnes al hundreds nf army silos and run I i The famed Kochel tunnels and a unique ballistics range of purely American design are the central features of the new ordnance laboratory which occupies 938 acres and 60 buildings at White on the edge nf The navy said the laboratory contains the worlds most modern facility for basic re search on the airborne weapons These weapons will be missiles and projectiles for use against highflying piloted planes and ground In the ballistics the scientists can now simulate speeds of more than 5000 miles an hour and altitudes of They expect later to be able to fire small about 10 of big weapons at speeds of more than 7600 miles per hour and simu lated altitudes of or These new facilities will be dedicated Mon day in the presence of about 800 leading scien tists from several Karl Comp chairman of the national research and development will be the principal Although the wind tunnels are basically the same as they were in 1939 when they gave Germany all the data it needed to designthe deadly V2 refinements have made them faster than any of American design oC comparable i   

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