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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intermountftln Network Station KALL Mondijr Through WEATHER Clear cloudy south Monday OB U 74 SALT LAKE MONDAY JUNE 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Taft Expects Red China Nod by Predicts Pressure For Recognition Urges Aid to Chiang June 26 Robert Taft predicted Sunday that the administration will exert a lot of pressure for full diplomatic recognition of the impending Communist regime In He made his statement as he and other senators urging more aid for the beleaguered Chinese awaited the State departments decision on whether the United States will observe the Nationalist blockade of Communistheld William Knowland told the United Press that if the State in collaboration with the chooses to ignore the it would mean American policy has undergone a complete shift that the United States backing the Communist White Paper Seen NEAR BRIGHAM CITY is now govern The State department is cussing its future course in China j with other nations affected by the passing of Chiang Kaisheks Na tionalist regime in north It has not hinted whether the Com munists will be recognized but some time perhaps this it may issue a white paper on the entire Chinese Truman Choice The document reportedly will charge that corruption within the Chiang government lead to the Nationalist downfall in north China and the withholding of further American aid to the On recognition of the Commu Harry S Truman could recognize the Red government without asking congressional ap But if he wanted to imple ment that program with funds and a he would have to ask congress for approval of Knowland and bi partisan group of 19 other sena tors appealed to the president Fri day to withhold recognition of the Communists and instead bolster the faltering Nationalists with more assistance and There will be a lot of pressure to recognize the Communist gov Taft I think it should be discouraged in every way Woods Orders Four Rent Curbs Ended June 26 NYT housing Tighe has issued new instruc tions easing rent it was learned Although the new rules were only put into writing two weeks they have been in effect in some areas since early in ac cording to a spokesman for The which under certain circumstances permit land lords to adjust their rents upward with approval of local rent of bore no relation to Harry Trumans attack on the opposition to the longrange nous ing it was The instructions allow rent in creases in the following circum stances Repairs Defined TwoCar Collision Kills Injures 6 By TRIBUXE STAFF WRITEBS BRIGHAM June persons were killed and six others injured in a headon collision of two automobiles Sunday about 6 three miles west of here on highway Dead are Guss Gar Box Elder who died in a Brigham City Nellie Brigham mother of killed Drew died at the Critically injured are Quigley Carl 1341 Marshall Seriously injured are Max sonof Lynn son of Adriene i Also injured is Martha May Extent of her injuries was not known Sunday Drivers of Cars Forsberg and Anderson were drivers of the two First reports by officers at the scene were that j driving a car owned by traveling had turned out to pass two cars in Seeing the oncoming Forsberg he applied the brakes sud throwing the machine onto the left side of the The cars collided almost One car was thrown into the borrow the other remained on the Fronts of both were Thrown From Car Tarns was thrown from the Forsberg in which she was riding with her daughter and the two She died The others injured were riding in the car driven by Also in that car were Mark who was thrown from Charles Richey Ohioan wins nod for Young U O V Calm Prevails At Final GOP Session With turbulence from previous sessions the YoungRe publican national federation car Mffcred minflr day held a final executive comscratches bruises and Rcnee mittee meeting in Newhouse hotel j not i and elected Charles The seven in the Anderson car Leaders Accept Order to End Strike in Berlin j Assured West Marks Pay Work Begins Tuesday June 26 executive board of the anti Cojmmunist railway union UGO bowed to western com manders orders Sunday and ordered strikers to get back oa the job Tuesday They have been on strike five j The men were told to report for duty on the Sovietcontrolled Estate railway rcichsbahn at 8 1 eastern Standard Itfme and end blockade conditions that have prevailed since May UGO leaders argued for five hours before accepting the terms ilaid down by the three western commandants in Berlin I No Reprisals I The American arid French commanders warned UGO at the strike must be called off by Tuesday or the west Berlin city government would stop pay ing unemployment relief to rail The commanders terms gave the strikers 100 payment of wages in west marks and said ithe Russians had given assurances there would be no reprisals for But the western com manders did not obtain the rail way managements recognition of UGO as legal bargaining the third demand or the Hurting Berlin AUSSIE TIEUP More of the Grim Reapers Handiwork Three including the driver of this were killed In a twocar collision near Brigham City Knur other nrcnpnnls seriously two had minor Cleveland executive sec During the quiet at tended by some 10 the board accepted recommendations of collegiate Young Republican had left Malad earlier in the day for An ambulance was summoned by a passing motorist who wit nessed the crash and drove imme diately to Brigham City for One of the Forsberg boys was believed to have suffered two frac clubs and amended bylaws giving tured the other one fractured more autonomy to such In no are college clubs separate splinter it was 1951 Convention Site John newly elected national said committee appointments would be made at a later Site for the next bien nial Young Republican convention was not Bos ton and the states of New Jersey and Georgia entered Investigating officers were W Sackett and Lt Berlin Lift Marks Birthday With Business as Usual June 26 box car on wings flew into Berlins Tempelhof ajrdrome at noon Sun day and made history in magnifi cent Germans pushed a truck to the ships open rear hatch and car ried out the The crew drank got a weather brief It landed five tons of steelwool in for the turnabout flight to and textiles on the concrete airWiesbaden in western Germany in strip at exactly noon and so sleePy rounded out one solid year of the The city of which lived allied hottest weapon I off the and the military Hunsaker of the state i in the cold had their bigshow Satur Sheriff Warren was one of the most unatjday on the eve of the highway patrol Hyde and Deputy Sheriff Leo Cot tarn of Box Elder Thrown Out Door Lott said he was thrown other out the right rear door and landed on the side of the road about 25 feet in front of the car in which he was He gave this ac count of the accident tended birthdays in The They dedicated the square in front American twinengined nick1 of the airbase with a new name named The Flying der which died to a loading station like any means place of the air I Sundav the order was business Leftist Unions lUrge TH as The anniversary flight was diC said pilot Michael Two Taxis Tangle On Icy Street Temperature 93 NEW June 26 taxicab driver was injured in a collision with another cab which skidded on ice the hottest day of the year here with the mercury at Herman suf fered a possible fractured pel police when a cab driven by Arthur skidded into his taxi at 53rd and Third Taxicab 2 skidded on ice in the the police re port It that the ice apparently had dropped from a Sentiment prevailed for the We had been traveling at a 1951 meet to be held on the eastern high rate of We came up behind another car and Committee appointments and esj son applied the I heard the I KP tablishment of the next convention tires scream for quite a site likely will be settled when the then the car lurched to the left di executive committe meets rectly in the of the other six months from Finances Studied The question of finances was discussed during the Sunday meetj i I saw the whole thing coming but it happened so fast there was nothing any of us could Shoes Knocked Off ing and it was determined to place Miss ridmg in the back the organization on a more stable seat of the said both financially and orj After the crash I was still former aid to Ohio Frances j sitting in the back I climbed out of the car and discovered that my shoes had been knocked off succeeds John i and I was Then I saw in the only paid position of the Adriene Miss Williams running Young Richey is co down the I called her to come author of the federation hand The others who were able i How to Plan and Win a also climbed but there was 26 CUP group of leftwing CIO union of Lost Radio Contact Somewhere along a 20milewide corridor through the Soviet zone Seeley lost radio When jhe picked it up he was a off the and he said that he hurried back to he Inside the three regular corri national strike to back repeai de They issued a statement follow ing an emergency conference here bitterly assailing administra of the 365day brought the total to His ioad tons of machinery and other which kept Berlin goingduring the Russian block tionbacked amendments to the i vi litical j nothingwe could He was graduated from Ohio Scene of the accident is a quar Wesleyan university and from termile east of the Brigham City Western Reserve university law airport Anderson was born at Clif TaftHartley repeal bill as antilabor OneDay Strike Accusing top CIO and loaders of a cowardly retreat for accepting the compromise amend the group called for a nationwide labor crusade to seek Birthday Flight So we flew the birthday flight Seeley observed with ja Why doesnt somebody us these things His Black Installs Strong Man As President June 26 installed Husni Zayim as soldierpresident of the re public Sunday and embarked on a regime aimed at stiffening the frontiers and internal He is field marshal of the army and commander in chief as well as His triumph was marred by a series of explosions Most of the 700odd Young Re April a son ot restoration of the Wagner act and I iblican wives and Harold anri Onida Davis a oneday national labor I of Myrtle was making his first rjrlift has 80 Where a major capital im provement is made in the prop This would be distinguished repair or maintenance with 1ne local expediter deciding what is Examples of such improvement would be the build ing of a replacement of installa tion of new heating Then if the area director decides Uiat an increase in value I has been made or the tenant is provided with a or convenience not previously en joyed since the maximum rent and adjustment may be Additions Fees If a substantial increase is made in of equipment or where living space was increased between mid1947 and April it was would cover such things as additions of laundry maid land for a a tele vision Where the local expediter de termines that as frozen under the is substantially lower than for comparable dwell ings in the Under this the local director may use any prac tical method he deems in determining an individual rate out of publican friends Sunday were packing bags 1 preparing to return attended high See Pagc Coin Hermans Horns No Match For Mighty Muscled Mike June 26 strong man known as Mike the Muscle threw an bull named Herman Sunday after a 16minute handtohoof tussle in the outdoor sports arena The whose name is Milo wore scarlet trunks and a leather girdle for his oneman strength He used no weapons on orders from the local chapter of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to In Germanys first bull both the Muscle and Herman scored fall each before the strongman tugged the beast to the ground in a patch of clover and held him there with a mighty grunt and a Dressed only in his trunks and The Muscle had first charged into the arena in a chariot drawn by two pranc ing horses and warmed up for the battle by Unhitching the horses and carrying them Picking up the chariot and balancing it on his Balancing eight pretty frauleins riding a whirling merrygoround on his hairy At this point Herman charged into the ring and made straight for The Muscles scarlet Six minutes and 30 seconds later the bull was flat on his strike in support of total home other airlift The CIO leftwingers issued arriving on an average their charge as the preone every four to five pared for a showdown on itilling or keeping the injunction weapon against national emergency With eight or nine doubtful senators holding the balance of the votes on that issue will comn Tuesday on thrre amendi mcnts which will provide the big gest test thus far for the admini at a nearby army arsenal which panicked election night crowds in the Picture of Zayim oh page Unopposed for Office The council of ministers an nounced for the presidency in national elec tions of votes cast by an eligible was unloaded in a few j electorate of Women do as it took off for j not vote in this Arab country of other airlift planes I a career military fought his way to power by over throwing the government of Al Saved Shukri Al Wuwatly in a coup March Zayim accused that government of corruption and made himself interim mili tary He called for the elec The commanders said the strike could no longer be justified be cause it was seriously damaging Berlin was blocking the carrying out of fourpower agreements in Paris to revive east west and was laying a big burden on the western powers in maintaining the West Berlin taxpayers will have to make up the difference between the 60 west mark wage guar antee by the Communist manage ment of the railway and the 100 which the railwaymen will The west city government will convert 40 of the wages from east marks into west AntiReds Grow One west mark has been worth about four east but Satur day night local money changers began quoting it at east The taxpayers have been pay with allied west marks a week as unemployment compensation to the With union also paid in west the atrik era were doing better than when they were working for an east mark pay The which began the strike with 3000 grew to West Paid More The city government is esti mated to be running a deficit of marks a West German states have been helping make this up with but they are The railwaymen by getting 100 of their wages in west marks won a preferred position over other west Berliners employed by east Berlin firms who receive only 60 of their wages in the more valu able Strike Cost High The which began without allied objection two days before the Paris foreign ministers con ference cost two lives and hundreds of casualties in and economic losses estimated to exceed west marks The strikers first seized a num ber of stations and installations in west Berlin and Sovietcontrolled police and strikebreakers to drive them Fights By fourpower agreement the JRussiancontrolled reichsbahn runs ithe railway system in west Due To Strike June 27 thousand Communistled coal miners walked out Monday in a strike expected to cripple all Australian Last minute mediation efforts broke down Sunday Hundreds of thousands of work ers in industries dependent on coal are expected thrown out work for the duration of the An eleventhhour conference of the Australian Council of Trade the national coal and the Communistbossed mine workers union failed to make any headway last whenthe miners again refused submit their wage demands to Although the dispute is centered in New South where the coal mines are the entire continent will be the state produces almost 100 per cent of Australias iron and steel and a large part of its consumer In First Count June 27 of exiled King Leopold III took an early lead in Sundays parliamentary but a spokesman con ceded they would not win the clear majority they had secretary former Paul Van Zeeland and a spokes man for the Social Christian made his prediction early Monday on the basis of tabulated only about 10 of approximately Party distribution for these votes was Social Christians or Socialists or Liberals or Communists or Minor parties or The Social Christians lead be gan to drop midnight as votes began coming in from So ialistvoting industrial min ing returns were slow because these heavily populated districts had to count tens of thousands of votes with the same number of officials who talked thousands of votes in rural The Social Christians failure to win a majority blasted their hope for an immediate referendum on Leopolds return from his five year It was the only party supporting the Ap parently Begian women voting1 for the first not giv ng their full support to King Leo pold as some had believed would DC the AtitiRed Revolts Flare in Communists Warn Canadas NewDealersFace First National Test Today June 26 istration bill to repeal the Taftj The official Communist news Hartley law and restore the Wagj agency reported today that anti ner act with The Communist revolts had flared at TaftHarUcy law permits 80day I several points In Red and injunctions against strikes jcopar warned Ioval Communists to bc dizing national health and 10 CIO Unions Toughens Attitude Sundays leftwing conference i was called by top officials of 10 CIO unions Marine Cooks and Stewards Farm and Metal Workers Mill and Smelter Workers Office and Pro fessional Workers Public Work ers Fur and Leather Workers Tobacco and Agricultural Workers American Communica tions Radio and Machine Workers and Furniture A spokesman said MO delegates from 21 speaking for more ware of imperialists and the governments special service New China agency revealed for first time that uprisings had occurred in the north Chi nese provinces of An hwci and and at several points south of the Yangtze The agency blamed foreign imperialists ancl Chinese gov ernment reactionaries for the and mentioned tho al leged spy activities of the consulate at Manchu and other activities of for eign and native sabotage ele ments as signs of an extensive than underground campaign against the the Others were given the chance to run for president but none I stepped forward to oppose the strong man who already has toughened Syrias attitude toward both Jewish Israel and Arab I His aims toward TransJordan j are to shatter King Abdullahs Abiding dream of a Greater Syria that would absorb this ancient land and other neighbor territory into the domain of the Hashemite dynasty based at Am Since Zayims election was a foregone more excite ment was occasioned by election night explosions in a storeroom I of the army powder plant at i four miles south of the j i It was reported officially some were wounded in the blasts that I rocked Damascus an hour after 1 the polls June 26 jdas ruling new the Liberal party headed by Louis Laur j puts its fate to the voters Monday in a national The Liberals came to power in two years after Franklin became president in the United and pushed I through several measures on the social security level similar to As the party in riding on a credit of at least semi it has another advan tage It was able to set the time of The Liberals could have stayed on without an election until Au but decided last April to make the bid this The party obviously felt its chances would be better before any winds of recession started blowing across the Canadian wheatlands and buf feting the industrial Canada I so far has had only warning based largely upon hap in the United States and The main opposition seeking to replace the is the Pro gressive Conservative party headed by George formw premier of This party is Canadas nearest equivalent to the Republicans of the United It charges the with taking over too much power the federal Drew thinks the es pecially populous Quebec andOn should pull more weight in the scheme of government than they do In he shares many of the views of Quebecs Premier Maurice a powerful factor in the way that province Drew calls it the sacred principle of provincial Laurent responded to that with this statement We conceive of Canada one and not as a group of 10 separate states each with the right of veto over Joint de cisions of
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