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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intcrmonntaiii Network Station Through Friday WEATHER Partly cloudy Details on Page 17 81 SALT LAKE MONDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Clearer Festive Air Hail Fourth Canyons Set For Big Crowds Ask Road Safety Somewhat more obliging weather and a holiday disposi tion thousands of Utahns to reaorts and parks Monday after to the men who conceived a nation 173 yeara Most persons will hang their flags out at home and put home behind them for a There will be little flagwaving and few pyrotechnics in Salt Lake City j this July But many smaller communities in Utah have sched uled public Enjoy Freedom While the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Ini dependence will get such notice indications were that most persons would exercise the heri tage passed down to them by their forebears of 1776 The right to do what they want in the way they want to do For unnumbered thousands In dependence day will mean a day of relaxation and perhaps of medi tation for thousands more an ex cuse to beat the or in the case of this Independence the Poor Weather Weather played the role in keeping the usual number of summer holiday weekend visit ors canyons and re sorts Utahns seemed to prefer the muggy heat at home to the threat of thundershowers j on the highways and in the j attendance at Liberty park and Hogle Gardens 200 was so low that no count was Wasatch national forest rangers estimated that picnic areas were only 80 Swollen and muddy streams chased many wouldbe fishermen Only about 2000 persons were at beaches on Great Salt Crowd Expected The weatherman promises that Monday although humid will see fewer thundershowers and gen erally clearer Good weather maybring bathers to Great Salt to the zoo andj to Liberty Rangers expect that with fair weather all picnic areas in the canyons will be i Traffic Sunday was what highj way patrolmen described as in1 but generally excepI tionallv light for a holiday Yet Salt Lake City police Symbolizing the ebullient and the iridescence of the Fourth the Salt Lake county sheriffs ofof July are and JPmil 4yearold son and daughter fice and the Utah highway all of which will be staffed fully reiterated their appeals for extracautious driving thousands of motorists take to the highways on Independence j Stores Close i And drivers and picnickers were gy JHE ASSOCIATED PRESS warned again by C su Accidents had taken 323 lives MArthur Blast Communist Inroads Minister Condemns Strikes As Tools of Dictatorship July 3 Minister I Clement Attlee said Sunday the Communists jwere fomenting strikes as the instruments of a dictatorship to disrupt British and he denounced Russia as a classic example of a police I The leader of Labor i Socialist government also de nounced the governments of Rus sian satellite countries in the most Sweeping condemnation of com munism he has voiced in his four years in Foment Disruption Attlee spoke at a Labor meeting at Manchester a few hours after four Labor members of commons j charged that Communists had fo imented the London dock strike in I an attempt to wreck British econ i The Labor men sent a report of i their charges to governmental 1 counterespionage Warning Labor men against Communist strike Attlee said It is your duty to expose these hypocrites They are merely the instruments of an alien dicta Their hearts are else that country which the Communists support is I from the point of view of real free dom and democracy and of true socialism one of the most back ward countries in the No Freedom In Hiissiia There is no freedom in It is a classic example of a police state just as Russia under i czars was a police There are class quite glaring There is no freedom of of conscience or of the per It is a collectivist state but j certainly not Attlee attacked other eastern European Communist governments he claimed to be demo cratic but ruthlessly remove from j office anyone who shows the i slightest sign of deviating from what their rulers consider to be Attler Delivers sen thing attack It is sickening hy Attlee said that Marshal Tito of i Yugoslavia was villificd between 1 and Usually reliable sources said that the Communist information backed by the General Titles Red Tenets International Outlawry July 4 Douglas MacArthur followed up a blistering de nunciation of communism as international out lawry Sunday with display of American military The supreme allied who Sat urday advanced the suggestion that communism should be denied the sanction and protec tion of the staged a review of troops in the Im perial Palace He keynoted the occupation Fourth of July celebration with one of his rare personal appear watching his troops pass in review while inquisitive Japancsa peeped at the spectacle over Em peror Hirohitos high rock The 69yearold supreme com manders Fourth July messagt was regarded as one of the most vitriolic attacks on communism ever made by a man of world im The Communist has emerged as an in strument of force to permit mi norities to seize power by infiltration and Fools As befits its leadership its sola underlying motive is to serve a lust for personal MacAr thur To such end it has become rallying media for the the corruptible and the MacArthur made his statement in July 4 message to both the American and the Japanese peo Warning of the danger of threatening sweep of communis tic forces over the heart of MacArthur praised the Japanese people warmly and promised that they were and would remain ta effective bulwark to the advance of Movement of Outlawry1 After his denunciation of Com ae Soviet to Back Yugo Civil Revolt Melee July 3 from Eastern Europe said Sunday that Sovietbacked guerillas will rise against the government of Yugoslav Premier Marshal Tito j munVst leadership and the rank and file of commu the allied commander in chief said Communism has thus emerged land boycotted for daring to ready to back up its economic j as a movement of national and sider the needs of his own coun blockade of Yugoslavia with a reinternational without a Vassal State Economics ibellion sparked by partisans of the I Macedonian league and aided by rue basis which of economies of all these vas1 Greek and Albanian sal states must be organized not i Provoke Minor Incidents for the benefit of their own people but to servs the turn of Attlee of and Robert 1551 Hollywood Thousands of Utahns will join in the eolehration of day Holiday Mishaps Seven Perish as Sudden Fire j Razes Hotel in Washington as the threeday Independence day holiday headed toward the Wasatch national to be careful with All government most liquor stores and many restaurants will be closed The United States post office and all branches and stations will be although special delivery and perishable mail will be For those who plan to spend hjffh d drowninotolls day the Salt Lake po aml lice department has a holiday gift Freedom of Worship VOWS TEST stretch Sunday Sizzling temperatures through out mostof the nation helped make the death toll Motor seeking relief from the jammed the and swel teringmillions look to beaches that boosted the July 3 way tn the raced predawn flash fire whipped through the structure in a mat through a small residential hotel ter of Cleveland here killing at least seven guests and injuring six other perI j The whole roof was glowing j The origin j red when we the firemen got flared just before 3 Just as we rounded the Willis Robertson take over London docks affected in the Lafayette hotel at Market corner from firc only SllnHav by the We believe the victims died eVm a Senator Says Short Coal Week Illegal Informants said that Titos corn He said he was sure the vast majority of those who took part in the present series of unofficial strikes were but said they did not seem to understand how narrowly poised is the economy of this i The only people who would I he were those who would like to see our great social demo cratic experiment They care nothing for this Attlee They do not rnind how the people May Declare Seizure There are reports that the gov should longer inform neighbors would start the ball rolling by provoking minor border incidents intended to keep a large part of the Yugoslav militia busy at frontier guard In about four according to the reported the Mace donian league would be ready to attempt a fullseals revolt inside The dominated by the was reported seek ing nonCommunist recruits in the south Yugoslav state of Macedoj using a Russian promise of i TT JLIH fers nothing but an ultimate en slavement to those segments of the human race which become ita That it should continue to ad vance its treacherous purposes be hind the shield of those very free doms which to succeed it must de stroy is one of those paradoxes of this age and poses the question as to whether such a movement be accorded the and protection Prague Rulers Urge Amity ront ernment may declare a state of I Macedonian independence at July 3 emergency and order troops to i Pacts Inspire Action I Yugoslavias new trade agree More than 8000 London docklments with the west and her cf of oc IVIIJI H I OWW JkJlJUUWJI Ukliu JJii and H while guests of the obby mushroomed John Lewis order workers were out on strike and 80 forts to float a loan from the of the nations coal miners on ships were idle as a result of a United States to offset the effects I threeday work He said a i dispute set off two months ago by of the eastern economic boycott Coroner Riley identified i Stressing the great privilege worship as ve a prej Independence day sunset service was conducted evening by Riverside ami East Riverside Church of Jesus Christ of Latterda The audience mere than filld the big south stops of the Utah state capitol to hear the service and hear a talk by Ralph second Young See Page Column I persons died in miscellaneous The national safety council has predicted that 290 persons will die in traffic accidents over the Last deaths from all causes reached a total of for the 19S threeday Fourth of July Included in the stalebystatc toll U drownings and mis cellaneous are Idaho 110 Utah 111 Wyoming inquiry will a look were asleep in secondfloor paralytic Dies Traffic mishaps accounted for I Hours after the blaze firemen lr9 deaths1 drowninirs rallied and police still were digging 0 mor and Traditional 61 through charred wreckage virtirns and more possible but Fred dead assistant fire 7A 1rs j said officials were 1 Two other on any union right to control I a Canadian seamens cominform to Robert son of a dockj speed up its antiTito east re hopeful the i Mary Hugh iin exempting unions from the anti not so above a Paul i trust ever intended to confer irtTI H n V 11 tti An fli in cant believe that concTess i worker and nou Labor Mp for European sources can L oeneve mat t h THSQO and other These informants believed that week interviewed border incidents provoked by Hun nonstrikers at the I Bulgaria and Al July 3 Communist apparently shocked by bloody resistance from angry Catholic appealed Sun day for peace and calm In the nations churchstate After a weeks govern ment officials and the controlled press confirmed and gave details of fighting between Slovak Catho lics and Communist police who attempted to seize village I i bodies were identified production and thereby to control Twas Started in Lobby i M and Karl Robertson information we have gath1 willing to grant TiU a nan Cleveland aid about IS persons Bound to Arise ered reveals an organized attempt1 The cominform has already ori reports that peasant minute men were brought down on ladders f6 cllltf Eorum to disrupt the economy of ouri ft Yugoslav governlarmnrt with nlnhs ntiri from the hotel all above flrstr reported sO tn 60 guests were Police Duo Slain cabinet minister confirmed pt the economy of our ft Yugoslav governjarmed with clubs arid scythes were The trade union merit up of refugees from lorpsniyert tn Vnarvt thoir streetlevel Some others in the he and Cleveland matter bound to come up at of docker is being ex Tito who now live in daf and nllVWrow v cSSS escaped to the roof an the estimate to SO or 3o a banking committee fev th Communist ele Bucharest cSl ovakf InformeTdmlomatc ing i after intemcwmjf of various phases of meM other satellite capitals jiic Informed diplomatic Thn blaze annarentlv Riving the exact number of coal industrys The apparently starting oras in the hotel lobby nearthe were MILLIONAIRES DON APRONS Reno Busbovs Strike strys oper The committee plans to start the Aged Trapped I inquiry late this month or ear A latecruising taxicab driver chief of the United Minn saw fire He radioed po1 has instructed all soft 17 1 U 11 lice which notified coaldiggers except those working iJjOffe 111 iTiCXlCan JjallOtlnii me arly Government Party Captures I western mines to go on a three People clung screaming a day week starting Tuesday when MEXICO July UP July 3 The na tions divorce capital was thrown into confusion Sunday by a strike during its biggest annual cele bration which found millionaires tending bar and the citys leading businessmen slicing roast beef at emergency food The strike was called by Wil liam international repre sentative of the AFL Culinary and Hotel Service Workers and Bartenders union shortly after as the second day of Renos riproaring July Fourth rorleo celebration was in full The walkout affected about 2600 including some members of the culinary and hotel service workers and about 800 Emergency plans were put into to visitors who swarmed through the city of Sound trucks roamed the streets announcing that feeding stations were open in two city Queues of visitors grew steadily at each as darkness Outoftowners were offered such food as roast hambur hot milk and ice cream at prices ranging from oOo to per The stations weie manned by about tOO of the towns leading tended bar at the swank Riverside hotel when bartenders walked off the At Harolds the citys most publicized dealers ex changed green aprons for white and moved behind One con verted asked for a shot of Old replied how do you mix Raymond millionaire ownermanager of Harolds became a bartendor in his own casino ami was joined by his two most every window of the two lhp annllal vacation untfaM eteUm returns Ftory masonry and frame huild Tne dpparts from lnc Flrsl election returns The llle e stairvoll and t covering a iracuon ot uic ciec le StairACIl anfl SKvngnt UMW policy Of no Con Hietrirts in the ranitil crive a oiant fllto QTiH jho LO131 UISLTICLS in UIC CapIUU glVC anu uie The nninn rnn ieklv thrnneh tho iinnfr i ine s t lc government Party of Revolu IH nOll me uer quickly through the of the onefourthblock square Screams of trapped person becn Baited until July I UlU CJ Il with the operators expired tionary institutions p R I a de and negotiations cisivc ccigc m jts battle to elect a toward agreement have slate of 147 new i yotjng Booths began closing at j 5 Sunday after more than I Mexicans cast their bal Lewis edict comes at a time i ots observers said it was the when there is a record supply of j largest popular vote in Mexican coal above the Reduction history official election returns will not made public until probably late Kccord Coal Supply many of them oldage pensioners living in the could be heard above the roar of flames and the crash of broken glass in firstflcor shops and hotel Iolice Rescue that supply would improve the Police Patrolmen Don Shea and u M ws bargaining Pete who had passed the five minutes earlier acted after the mine Vvednesday federal vote eralors rejected his that counters arc scheduled to complete citizens and other1 volunteers who j sons Ilaymond ind car hcnnj Die alii mi broad jrlir a temporary curlHil they planned to work as lung us they were Thf committee unnoiinced the emergency feeding plan would con tinue Millionaire socialite Norman Biltz and stockbroker Chester to feed MI cfltmiftltd Kmmons while aprons and Urspitc the the citys IMIIOS lemamed All niiiit of the They to the hotel and A blislcring ifidegree sun beat coal producers that down all over the nation raising rontinurd full as started roscin work with a ladder in issuing his WHS mercury to its highest point outoftuwners packed the clubs that reached four feet short of disregarding the economic nerds this donr to The citys dealersthe bedroom Shea and of the the welfare of his Officials said there were no re belong to no union and remained Pnpovac saved three of four el union members and their ports of disorders from any part tiifir to dollarsaday derly women who were sitting on and his contract with the operI of the andup I ltdgct of wnokebtlching a Federal troops ilood sources said two police men were fatally beaten in the eastern province last The seriousness with which the Communist government viewed the resistance was underlined by Pre mier Antonin Zapotockys trip to capital of Slovakia Opening a threeday religious he appealed for peace and He urged fostering of good will and unity between Czechs and guard at polling places to maintain order during voting All of the chambers 147 scats were at stake in Sundays hut no senators were being Under the Mexican i Prison terms promptly handed the chamber is renewed every down against 10 peasant rioters on 10 Sentenced three but senate seats are contested only once in every six The governments Party of Rev olutionary which has dominated Mexican affairs for 20 years under a succession of differ ent holds 137 places in the present chamber and is expected charges of insurrection also re flected the gravity with which the government viewed the sporadic The peasantpolice clashes cli maxed the campaign which church leaders said was aimed at state control of the Roman Catholic church and undermining the au to win a comparable heavy majorthority of Archbishop Josef ily in the new i primate of The two opposition j Minister of Education Zdcnek National with three seats jNejedly said the government in the present and the to make concessions for ular which holds two places jstatechurch The mm1 each entered candidates for less than half of the chamber and neither was conceded a seriom chance of ister blamed the church hierarchy1 resistance to state control on bishops who have to obey tht I Vatican and
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