Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS tiinf Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Fridiy tepetranetv the WEATHER Mostly clear Thurt continued Detalli on PaM j t A Court Ruling Voids Lees Veto of Fund Declares Now Available For Extension Unit Bracken Lees veto of for the Utah State Agricultural college extension service was declared invalid Wednesday by Third district The which held that the is now available to the extension was handed down by Judge John Hendricks of who sat in Third dis trict court to hear the Day of Testimony It followed a full day of testi mony taking and argument on a case brought by the college to test the validity of the Judge Hendricks indicated earlier in the day a speedy decision would be rendered because of the urgenc of the Lee said Wednesday tha he had not made up his mind o whether to appeal the decision He said he was studying the de cision and will do in m is best for the Clinton Vernon whose contention that the veto wa valid was declined com nient on the but referre inquiries to his Lam bert Gibson said that an appea is up to the governors The court completely substan tiates the attornely generals opin ion on transfer of and I am glad the extension service will not die on July he It is possible that an appeal will be taken to the supreme court by counsel for the al though Henri who has represented the governor with Jesse fol conclusion of the to give a direct answer to a question as to whether there would be an Written Form SALT LAKE THURSDAY JUNE Judge Hendricks said the judg ment in written with find ings of fact and conclusions of would be completed and signed before noon which will give the college opportunity to assure the federal government be fore the end of the fiscal year that matching funds will be avail able for the Franklin presi dent of the testified dur ing the day that it would take congressional action to reinstate our allocation if Washington is not assured by Thursday that the state will provide matching funds He declared that without federal funds the extension service could i PRICE Trumans Housing Bi Passes 228185 Yoimg Victim in Racial Disorder A hardriding Washington park policeman un identified looks back at a cringing identified apital Police all Aids Race Fight in June 29 ark police called out all their re serves Wednesday to quell disor ders at a public swimming pool as Joan after his horse raced over her Wednesday during race fighting at swim UNION SPONGE Senate Maps Showdown Today Over Labor Bill Coplon Jurors Spike Early Verdict Hopes Picture on page 2 June 29 he federal court jury deliberating he fate of Judith Coplon failed to reach a verdict Wednesday The jury asked to be taken to a hotel for the night at after earlier indications that a verdict might be Only a short time the jury had come in to ask Federal Judge Albert Reeves for further particularly in regard to interpreting intent of the Secret Documents The former government girl s charged with taking secret gov ernment documents with intent to pass them on to a foreign power When the jury asked for new its Andrew a telephone com pany said thev wanted to deliberate further Wednesday Shortly after they resumed de they gave up hope of reaching an early verdict They were taken to a hotel under guard of At the the espionage case against the former Justice depart ment worker had been in the jurys hands for nearly 12 Time Out for Lunch This included time unch and dinner and GOPDixiecrat CoaKtion Fails in Scuttle Attempt June 29 house passed the ad ministrations longrange public housing bill Wednesday night after narrowly beating back a Republicansouthern Democratic coalition attempt to scuttle The vote xvas 228 to Voting for the bill on final passage Were 193 Kepublicans and the lone American Rep Vito Mar Voting were 131 The much like a bill already passed by the pro vides for public slum clearance and aid to rural hous Its the public housing fea Judge Albert Reeves issued Coploii jury us organized where Negroes and whites have labor virtually abandoned its ef By LOUIS STARK June 29 NYT senate decided Wednesday to bring the labor bill fight to a showdown as organized 6 only clashed sporadically the past two Five white and two arrested and at least four injured before the fight ing was One of those hurt was Joan a 17yearold a greatly rej who was knocked down by a policemans She was Assures Director Lee Wednesday contacte federal extension service by telephone anc assured him that state match nig funds for the U S A C service would be A telegram from the governor following the conversation re quested that federal funds be re leased on the grounds that the appropriate funds will be avail able in my during the next two or three weeks In rns Judge Hendricks upheld the contention of Elias attorney for the tnat the governors veto of item for the extension service a conditional because the governor in one breath killed the appropriation and in the next said the service must be General Appropriation The governor suggested that mone for the service be taken ken to Casualty hospital where t was reported tWQ Qf were Bystanders said about 1000 per mostly young gath ered at Anacostia park in south east Washington where the swim ming pool is The park i near the usual anchorage of Pres Harry S Trumans the Wil Krug of the Interio which has jurisdiction over the citys public pools Wednesday night ordered the Ana costia one closed until further no forts to repeal or change the Taft Hartley act this Scott majority obtained unanimous agreement for a vote at 2 Thursday on all other changes Robert A Taft wants to make in the administrations bill to repea the TaftHartley This action folowed Tafts im portant victory of Tuesday when Two of the men arrestedboth charged with pass ng out handbills and pamphlets without a Police said they vere handing out the papers in he name of the Young Procrres ive 6 Officials attributed the clashes o the recent dropping of a segre ation rule at the order of the in erior department which maintains he districts park The priatim to the collet n attormy general he would the be illegal and both the state a d i V Wil1 remove See Page Columns P Y the area 31 segregation is House Passes StopGap Bill on Funds June 29 UP house Wednesday night passed and sent to the senate a stopgap resolution giving gov ernment agencies enough funds t operate after the fiscal year end the senate by a vote of 50 to 40 adopted provisions for injunctions and plant seizures in national emergency In remaining the Ohio senator seeks to insert in the pending with some certain essen tial features of the present Lucas predicted before the senate votes favorably on Sen Tafts proposals Thursday that Truman would veto the labor Statements condemning the sen ates in adopting the Taft injunction injunction and seizure proposal aeuvered a delicately were made Wednesdav bv William balanced 2ommute summation of o J nf out for approxi mately 25 minutes in the court room Miss Coplon herself showed few signs of She smiled as she posed for cameramen on the courthouse steps and again pro tested her innocence to clicking She wore a light tan skirt and twotone dark brown Sorrowing Mother her frail and sorrow ing Rebecca Coplon of went to a downtown hotel to await the verdict with She had wept repeated ly throughout the longdrawn trial The jury of six Negroes and six whites began its deliberations at after Judge Reeves had delivered a delicatelv Hiss Says She Didnt Type Secrets NEW June 29 Priscilla prim and deter mined in defense of her testified Wednesday that she never lad any part in typing state secrets to a prewar Russian spy In a even she backed up the denial of her that he ever sold out his ornier high State department of to the Soviet Hiss was on the witness stand for the second day at the federal perjury trial of her 44i yearold Chambers Testimony Whittaker selfstyled former courier for the spv charged that Hiss gave him State department secrets after Hiss copied them from original docu was almost ripped out bv the coalition which finally lost a drive to kill it by the scant mar gin of five The Harry Biggest Victory final vote handed S Truman his biggest single legislative victory of the 81st He had charged that the real estate lobby was out to kill it and had called on a Democrats and Re publicans to put the lobby t Senate sources predicted difficulty in adjusting difference in house and senate versions an sending the finished measure t the White House Tt appeared at first that tli White Raruch Split On War Plan June 29 roll call by which the house of representatives passer the housing bill Wednesday in cluded Democrats for the meas and Granger of president of the American at midnight With six regular money bill still to reach the White House th house voted to let the agencie ontinue present spending rate hrough July All appropriation ills presumably will be passed bv The chamber also approved omproniise version of the treas rypost office department appro The senate may act on oth the permanent and stop an hill TiiTicHnT c ap bill Byrd Warns of Deficit WANT PRIVATE SETUP Lords Gears Of Labors Stea Merger June 29 house wrench Wednesday night into the Socialist gcft tnrew a monkey to nationalize the iron and steel industry efforts general next years The rebellious peers voted to keep the industry of private at least until after the general expected to take place late next The lords voted 89 to strenuous government ob postpone the date of taking over the industry from to July The government would The house action on money bills ame as Harry Byrd D warned that tax revenues aye dropped He pre cted the government will be Si in the red by the close of the fiscal year Thursday night His declaration that a real fi nancial crisis is at hand was echoed in the house by GOP Leader Joseph Martin who introduced a resolution that would order Harry S Truman to cut federal spending enough to bring the 1950 budget into Tax Collections Short Of meats tax collections duHnjfiEBS 12 months probably will for reelection with the iron and steel industry already under state The under Winston have made op position to the proposed measure one of their strongest They have if voted into to repeal the bill if it is enacted into The bill has been passed by the house of fate depends upon operation of the socalled parliament bill which cuts the lords power to delay legislation passed by the commons from two years to The parliament passed by the commons and of course rejected by the becomes law in Byrd asserted in a senate speech that tax losses already have reached a frightening He predicted a federal deficit of be tween and for the coming fiscal year I unless spending is us Chairman Walter of the taxwriting senate finance appealed to Truman to make a definite statement that he no longer wants congress to raise taxes at this Federation of and Philip president of the Congress of Industrial Green said that labor would never swallow the injunction and Murray called the Taft amendment a crippling amendment of the most vicious Both leaders emphasized tha hey would look to the 1950 cam aign to defeat those who votec or the Taft injunction plan if they were up for Taft is ui or reelection next On the floor of the senate Taft the Republican denounce Green for a letter he sent to Major ity Leader Scott Lucas of Illinois This which Lucas read into the asked him to advise1 the senate that a meeting Wednes day of representatives of all affil iates of the AFL and of labors League for Political Education had decided to support the Illinois sen ators proposal to vote on the Taft substitute as the next Green hoped that the AFL re quest would be granted and that the senate would vote Wednesday on both the Taft substitute and the Thomas bill as amended and without any further amendments being the points of law Hoover Defines Unity Bill As Dangerous June 29 UP Herbert Hoover warned congress Wednesday that the senateapproved armed forces unification bill would be danger ous to the He hinted it might lead to a military dictator While indorsing the general ob lectives of the he vigor ously opposed a provision to cre ate a chairman for the joint chiefs of He said the chairman would have such rank nnd power hat he could override responsible civil Tighten Unification Hoover testified before the ouse armed services committee vhich is considering the bill to ighten unification and give new owers to the secretary of defense he bill developed largely from a ecommendation by Hoovers ommission on reorganization of Le executive Hoover made clear that he onsiders the idea oJ an independ nt chairman for the joint chiefs sound but such an he should be only a residing official who would re ort to the defense secretary with ut authority or power to make Under the senate the chair man would serve as principal mil ary adviser to the president and Did you ever hand over gov ernments exhibits 1 to includ ing four handwritten to Mr China Girl Flies Miles To Father9 NEW June 29 A sixyearold Chinese girl ar rived Wednesday night after a plane trip from China to be adopted by an ex years ago beside her mothers Committee memtcra wno dead body and cared for in the j opposed the senate bill on grounds lit would place the armed services beyond the civilian cited Hoovers warning in support of their Chairman Carl Vinson said he wanted to put something in the law to make sure that a single chief of staff is not cre Dewey Short said he also is rather frightened at the powers proposed for the defense There appeared little likeli hood that Defense Louis Johnson would get from the Chambers at any time asked defense attorney Lloyd Pau I certainly did replied the 45yearold The exhibits include the docu ments Chambers said he got from Hiss early in Denied Giving Secrets Hiss denied ever giving secrets to Chambers and said he had not seen him since Be cause of these a New York grand jury last December indicted Hiss on two perjury Hiss braced herself slight y when Thomas Murphy began his cross examina Pointing to a battered old Wood stock Murphy asked Did you use this typewriter to type governments exhibits 5 to Certainly Hiss Ive already said Mr Mur I repeat that I didnt type had succeeded In killing he public housing An amendment by Edward Rees to eliminate he public housing feature was entatively adopted by a teller ote of 168 to But when the democrats demanded a roll cai and members had to record their otes by the amendment was 209 to Wolcott Proposal After that Jesse Wol cott tried to kill the bill by having it recommitted to but he was In the stretch drive the house 283 to an amendment by Ben Jensen to bar use of funds in the measure The government claims the type writer was used by Hiss and his wife to type secrets for Chambers These typed copies are exhibits 5 to The first four exhibits are cop es of personal letters typed by Hiss on the same machine She admitted Wednesday that she typed them on the old Woodstock to pay salaries of persons wh claim the right to strike agains the or who advocat overthrow of the government b force or The bill fulfills one of the presl dents major election campaign Up to now congress has failed to translate any of his other leading pledges into As it passed the the provides for construction in the next six years of new public housing units where low rent apartments will be rented to lowincome Federal Government The federal government could spend up to a year over 40 but the administra tion has indicated it does not ex pect the cost to run nearly that The bill also provides for slum clearance and to improve farm The senate bill has almost iden tical features except that it calls June 29 UP White House and elder statesman Bernard Baruch dis agreed Wednesday on whether Harry S Truman has blocked a big war mobilization plan at a risk to national A White House source said Baruch was wrong and pretty badly He said no such plan ever reached the White House for presidential adviser to many pres refused to back I stand on my It is Charge in Speech Baruch made hia charge in a speech Tuesday at the 25th anni versary graduation exercises of the Industrial War He said Jie plan was drawn up by Arthur Hill when he was chairman of Jie National Security Resources board last a Greyhound Bus ex ecutive who since has resigned rorn the resources returned from Europe Wednesday but de clined to Agree With Barach Two Republican Homer erguson of Ralph Flanders of agreed with Baruch that the nations plans or mobilization in the event of rar are in a sad Baruch said the pin blocked by Truman among other give the president in the rent of another war all of his d wartime powers and wage for for farm hous Both measures provide for an extended program of federal housing The house bill in addition would require local governments to ad vertise and hold public hearings before starting slum clearance See Page Column 3 Medic Refuses Demo Fete June 29 The physician chosen to in troduce Alben Barkley when the vice president speaks at a Demo cratic party harmony dinner Friday has declined because of political agitation the surrounding Buck Pressley of nearby Due the American Medjcal Family Doctor of the Year in Wednesday wired the dinners When I accepted the invitation was assured there was no special ohtical significance associated vith this The past few ays have revealed increasing po tical Hence I will have o decline the 1 retret aving to do for I hold Mr Barkley in high The dinner will be eld in Its fficials of the South Carolina emocratic party group which upported Harry S Truman ay it is intended to close the ran etween the states divided Demo KILL WOUND 400 Nationalists Bomb Shanghai fuselage of a wrecked The meeting ended long fight by Chisari to bring the child to this The known only as was accompanied by an army A thousand including members of a ChineseAmerican legion watched as Chisari picked up the girl and hugged and kissed Chiaari said he planned to bring Ann up as his and in a strictly American f all the powera June 29 planes bombed Shanghais teeming native quar ter killing at least 200 civilians wounding 400 and leaving hundred nld cap On the northern and western slum districts where thousands of Chinese live in rows of mud huts and rickety Hardest hit was the area around the Mark ham road rail one mile west of the main north Twelve eight of which reportedly landed in the Rescue workers said they had recovered 100 bodies and there were at least 100 more buried under the Hundreds of persons were ing debris and shell in the Markham road and over SOOs houjna Six more bombs fell in the tenement near Paotung to the four ot usiness and commeVcTtar SStrlc de of the Several tombstones were up but thousands of shoppers in the streeta1 few hundred feet away were Another bomb fell in an isolated ana he city but was not bettered aused The A heavy downpour arid tow elands OBtruled the of J the rail in the bombed i
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!
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.
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!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"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.