Salt Lake Tribune, July 14, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

July 14, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS pm Intelmountain Network Station KALL Mondw Throuth Fridir WEATHER Partly cloudy continued OB M 91 SALT LAKE THURSDAY JULY PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Asks Output Opposes Budget Paring Brings Fateful News of Strike Philip president ot CIO United tells a news conference he will call a strike effective at I all steel firms declining to go I along with Harry S Trumans delaystrike I Firms balked at factfinding Murray Calls Strike Against Steel Plants I TRUMAN PROD July 13 CIO Philip Murray Wed wage a belter insurance program and a monthly nesday called a strike against the i pension Lumped big three of the steel industry and other companies who turn down Harry Tru mans 60day peace the unions demands would amount to about 30c an it was UMW Hear New Truce Plea Pope Decrees Chiirch Ban On ProReds VATICAN July 13 UP The Vatican announced Wednesday night that all mem bers of the Catholic church throughout the world who sup port communism are excom municated The sweeping and historic action was taken in a decree issued by the Holy office of the Vatican and approved by Pope Pius It calls on Catholics to make their choice between Catholicism and between Rome and It outlaws thousands of priests and hundreds of if not actually of others in such strongly Catholic countries as Czechoslovakia and Poland who profess to be both Catholics and Major Excommunication The excommunication is as opposed to It forbids to those affected all of the seven sacraments of the Even the reading of communistic litera ture is forbidden those who want to remain in the j The Vaticans action is un1 The pope and his bishops have warned Catholics of the mortal sins involved in the practice of Persons 1 connected with the trials of Joseph Caidinal Mindszenty in Hungary and Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac I in Yugoslavia were excommuni as were supporters of the WASHINGTON July UP Harry S Truman Wednes night renewed his appeal to The strike would take effect j the lit Saturday against study 61 basic including the After six days of steel industrys big three jjow the dire ban of the church Mayor William ODwycr Docs an about face In ODwyer Will Again Seek Mayors Post NEW July 13 Mayor William who said no a month ago and meant changed his mind Wednesday and I without rewriting the treaty announced he would seek ruftlecproposed by Kennel Acheson Says Arms Plan Cant Be Cut Says Some People9 Would Like Slump July 13 Harry S Truman Charged Wednesday night that some people would like to have July 13 depression for political He called upon the nation of State Dean Acheson I to prevent selfish interests from driving the country into the Wednesday challenged a ment bv John Foster Dulles1 In a nationwide radio the president discussed the that the admin istrations arms forEurope program is loo big and could be cut Acheson said it is the absolute minimum needed in this phase of the cold war with Soviet He also frowned on a senate committees proposal to lend Spain in Marshall plan He questioned the wisdom of doing this until Generalissimo Francisco Franco carries out certain eco nomic reforms suggested by the United Another Day of Debate The engaged in another day of debate on the North Atlantic Security which the arms proposal is de signed to Hot discussion continued on the question by voting for the the senate would be committing itself to supply arms to Senatorial backers of the treaty say there would be no auch of the July 13 UP of Harry S pact say there A move to end this Affects Millions Republic Steel and Bethle hem Steel and their Fairless said there was no itional strike set for Friday mid world inciuding about each in Italy and Some Steelworkers will be forced out of work and only maintenance to justification for a wage federal mediaj in Czechoslovakia and in at this tion Cyrus actj Poland many of tnem Fairless took the union over ing on Trumans asking for avited more than 50 smaller steel1 The decree was approved June tion to avoid what promised to be a nasty brawl within the Demo cratic party in the big Behind this political aboutface were some party shenanigans on local and national level that left New Yorkers shaking their Everyone including Harry S Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt got into the act to persuade the Irelandborn ODwyer to stay on the Hits Tammany Hall ODwyer announced his candi proposed by Kenneth Wherry of the Republi can floor He suggested that the senate adopt a proviso stating that there is no obligation for the economic program he laid before congress program featured by measures designed to prevent an economic Citing the expansion and growth of the economy over its he said the nation must continue to expand production if is to stay He insisted we are not in a depression but said an in crease in the number of people out of work is something to worry and is something that must be If we were in a I would be the first person to tell and I would call upon all the resources of this nation to stop Truman Blames Congress Foes The president blamed opponent in congress for some of the diffi culties confronting the country He mentioned particularly the tax cut last which he said has produced the government The economy was running at a high level when this untimely tax cut was Truman People then could pay the taxea necessary to balance the budget and to provide a surplus for debt he because profits and in PLAIN TALK Heres Crux Of Truman Report Trumans plain talk economic comes have taxes bring in report to the nation We are not in a If we were I would be the first person to tell and I would call upon ail the resources of I less An increase in taxes now might bear too heavily on business and discourage the in vestment necessary to full pro duction and full to send arms prior to an at th u t t R fanU nn o nflfirm tack on a treaty Cmmally Opposes Finn But Chairman Tom Connally The nation is experiencing the aftereffects of inflation and busi tect and maintain wage incjease at a time when makers to abide by the 28 bv the Holy a body of dacv with an anirrv blast at tthe steel was fallino nff rpnnjst rnntirmo nnoratiriir 1U1 an anfirJ Dlasc aL Llne of Tammany hours the that ancient Demo of the senate foreign relaness Iaboragriculture and gov lions committee said flatly he is j eminent must work together to opposed to the Wherry and prevent a serious Some for political would like to have a Others arc saying there is nothing to worry Both groups are The nation must strive for an commented It might be misinterpreted and indicate that we are not going into the treaty in good faith and that we have mental I Arthur Watkins I Utah has offered a reservation i At While House sources said the president would invite all major steel producers to submit their contract dispute to a factfinding Notices were to be sent to 60odd steel companies Wednesday Murray made the strike call after a meeting with the CIOj The president said in telegrams Apostolicae to Steel Bethlehem 1x1 aild RePubIic steel that he could TT UlllQ understand why they rejected jhis proposal to have a three public factfinding board their dispute and recom 1 mend a Wll14 MvPII He said his course was a TT ximi3 V7 Follow USW Tfohv o i Jie saiu ins course was a proper1 Utah s huge strR plant accepled one for wah United Steelworkers wagepolicy near Provo would halt operations lahop He said committee Saturday if the C I O United Steel Of Commons Heads of the big three steel 13 The mmons voted its ap1 night of a royal organization announced that j ODwyer was acceptable to i The mayor unceremoniously shoved out Frank Hogan until had been counting on the Demo j cratic j aboulfaccd and announced that he would withdraw even though hell I had been given the support of the party heads in three of New Yorks five Picture on page Calls on Truman July to the treaty saying there is no and Us legal or moral commitment bind J ing the United States to send arms to Fight Rejected iAs Causing 13 me uny Ulev Were Ceriam in accepted the presidents proposal about what action would be taken but qualified the acceptance toat the plant if the strike include those companies who j but they interpreted the national Stewardess Charlotte Gren ODwyer called on Truman anrier speald from a Accept Proposal The unions answer to Prevent Interruption emergency Proclamation declaring a state of at the White House Tuesday Wpdnesday ni ht cljmjnated r I ihaf fnft mitct hfltn hopn fl nrimp emergencj to smash a London dock strike which Prime Minister Clement Atllee said was walkout order as applying to Ge But Truman said the steel gravely endangering the economy a subsidiary of Steeldispute does not at this rime Of this that fact must have been a fight as pr able the tional to your request the unanimous action deferenre UMW U M by work ollt tirew tion between the president and the mayor was not revealed but it was believed Truman appealed to I resent animmediateperiiTothe1 Bv 412 votes to the house ODwyer not to permit the New York Democratic party to get into a knockdown fight between Tam for many and the Fair Dealers Hnnw sfliri that in thp na officers of Iocal national health or safety such nsapproved continuation of the rioiise saia indt in LIIC Jinunions and thp ppnmn manmra t m ri n intprpst in deference I to invoke the Taft emergency originally ef t0 bc held lls of providinff he said in anolher 30 By 434 to increasing freedom from toil and poverty to reach that we shall have to make wise decisions and be sure that the selfish interests do not drive us into the ditch as they have done The lools are at hand for con tinued economic All we need is the courage to use We must ax we are for the future by further expanding such pro grams as social educa housing and public To men of little vision who say it costs too the answer is that an investment in the future of America is not a waste of with loss of 34 of its 48 j The selfish interests have op posed these programs from the At the same civil aero nautics James said Pilot Roy While was l900 feet below the officially prescribed altitude when the nonschcdulcd nfPrt vour eeoranhed monosal the plant temiption cepted jour jand the hearUl i hav evenl a the whole nation It obviously the steel production it approved a second motion consequences thanking King George for issuin we will continue iniore sensioie 10 anempt to pre under the terms ot the col rvnpri Pn rw i Kdcn Supports Action j vjeiind oieri neaoou oy vent such an interruption before is lit starts than to wait and have Conservative leader Anthony Attlee in headed by new Franklin Curliss Commando ploughed into tllc Sanla Susana did ODwyer returned to Now York a cartwheel down the slope and to find that Eleanor veil was urging him to Then Slugging Starts he went into confab lasted start and have opposed every ef fort to improve During in flation periods they oppose them as and during de flationary periods as deflation Drops Tax Plan He reiterated that he was not recommending new taxes to make up the because he did not want to injure the economic health of the The for the most I was a repetition of his message to Reviewing a situa which he said findsthe na tional income well over he said it was the result of constant expansion in agricul ture and In unless we do expand our production hs went we run into economic We cannot stand We must expand if we are to stay pros Visions Milion Income He said if the country made the progress in the future it has in the past 10 our national income should reach a total of But if we want to reach that we all have some hard work ahead of We shall have to make wise decisions about our na tional And we shall have to be sure that the selfish inter ests do not drive us into the as they have done He said he was not coloring the facts one way or the other in asserting we have fallen some what below last years level in production and Some people are and saying very that these facts mean that we are in a Have Political Reasons Many ot these for po Rain or they are just i would like to have against I believe in prudent financial into the early morning hours Miss Grenander told her version j That has been my MlinLi VA HIP hirh in llm a I rule in my private life and in my oidtime Bronx political boss Ed Of the fight high in Ihe air belweeni and She I Flvnn and John Only agree lo conlinue operations ciur ing this period I Murray said the strike would be called all basic steel producers tn accept the These include Belhle hem Steel and the j big three of the Spurn Request Those companies turned down the presidents request on the grounds that it was not in keep ing with the TuftHartley Benjamin president of said the TaftHart ley Aet forbids a factfinding board from making recommenda tions to be used as a basis for the settlement of a The strike call was the first in the industry since when the union walked out for 28 days over Steels re fusal to accept a presidential rec ommendation of an hour The strike ended 16 when the company agreed to the wage hike after obtaining a increase per ton for its This years negotiations with bellwether of the in started June 15 under n wapereopening clause in the Murray cratic leader in identified one of the participants the governments Wednesday morning the mayor as Frank Conway of ls sPcnt on domestic pro Insane Slayer Defies Guards L Water Tower Communists were doing in their power to ex ploit the dock strike and that he Reporters to lulled in the but had grave concern for Britain p announced he W0uld wasnt sure of the identity of hisof thc wun it a reasonable sum The pretty stewardess was inter but said ancl considering the size for an unspecified general I throughout the July 3 demanding protection for his state hospital guards Wednesday from a perch 130 feet up on a water Raymond 35yearold patient of Lima State hos pital for the criminal clambered to the top of the hospital tower Wednesday morning after a fruitless attempt to Twice during the day when the mercury hovered near 90 Jutila ventured within 30 feet of the Twice he promised to come down to the then scam pered back up the tower a police reporter with the Lima talked Jutila to within 30 feet of the ground Jutila sat on a strut and talked nbout getting protection for my family from some released He did not identify the As the afternoon dragged with a small but con stantly shifting crowd of Jutila cheerfully walked along the catwalk at the base of the Guards brought up three 2000candlepower searchlights and Bushong assigned guards to watch the tower I j Wednesday Labor Minisnln agam j ler George in a broadcast appeal to the London dock workers who are on said i they must make their choice be tween the nation in its present need or the Communists in their opportunity to cause damage and leader of the Labor gov said that every effort i was being made to inform the of the seriousness of the j strike which came as Britain en tered a critical period in its his j Attloe Reviews Strike a Others are saying that there is nothing to worry and that an increase in the number looking for work is a good This attitude ignores the human suffering caused by unem Truman said selfish inter ests are urging drastic cuts in government step See Page Column 6 viewed in Ventura county hospital A where she is sufferingfrom shock i For to Go Stirs ll IjlvitalioH a broken i There wasnt a especialj she These two pas had been sitting together all the way from New denly one of them took a poke at Frank Conway was the one who did the T ll July K ist John Independ ent asked in the house of commons Wednesday if it was not time1 to tell air force units in Britain to go ThreeDay Mine Week Held Likely Fodder for Monoply Xo July 13 One of Harry S Trumans economic advisers hinted Wednes They were pitting in the sec jay that a house committee in After he I vesicating monopolistic practices got up do well to look into such jmovcd to the rear of the plane and Developments as John Lewis Arthur secretary M pllt nim in a scat That was f threedav work week ond seat from the Conway The prime minister gave a dei of state for said he dis jabout an hour before the jn lnc coni tailed resume of the threeweeks strike that has begun to crimp Londons food supplies and imports of vital raw He slresscd the walkout was unofficial contrary to the decision nf the responsible trade unions in this 1 While this strike lasts eoun try is suffering grievous The external trade on which the people depend for their very means of life being gravely invite thn to remove its eastern Atlantic and Mediter ranean naval headquarters from British Minister of State Hector About 15 minutes later he back and talked to both she regained consciousness she found herself about 70 feet the Ventura counlv John a member of ic presidents council of economic said that if coal mine agreed with PlaitsMills opin jwent up and told the suspended from came the Labor party in for opposing party then Miss Grenandcr said there was j operators got together and de asked if the government would no warning of the She said i on a threeday mining week b they would violate the antitrust But because unions are ex from those he Lewis and his United Mine Work Grenrs worc ablc to Put such a week with management being com placent but carefully avoiding any open if this pioneer experiment becomes a practice in the great industries which deal with single he Testifying before a house judi ciary Clark said that failure to check the growth of monopoly poses the alternative of direct government control over big Free and fair com petition must be preserved as economic justification for our tern of free private If competition cannot be made to work Clark the remedy must be found by at tacking the structure of McNeil replied for the govern anclrr briefly and paid her atory effcct If that he said the al rnpnt The answer is convinced him the fight had I need not describe the npporj ternative is government control The house nothing to do with the irunity for fulure production great f ;

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