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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermouniain Network Station KALL MnndiT Throiich Kridit WEATHER Mostly Continued as very warm on 24 92 SALT LAKE FRIDAY JULY PRICE FIVE CENTS Use Monroe Pact Opponents Say Flanders Urge Extension For West Europe Protection July 14 foes otthe Atlantic treaty urged Thursday that America protect western Europe from Russia by extending the Monroe Taft and Ralph Flanders tossed their resolution into the midst of debate on the Another Arthur Watkins succeeded in blocking final vote on the treaty Lhis Demo cratic leader Scott Lucas of jlliiuois immediately ordered over time sessions to push toward finish early next PARTY ROW Seniority Post For Dulles Stirs Battle July 14 New Yorks freshman John Foster Dulles said Thursday he wants no party fight over his pro posed appointment to the senate foreign relations Dulles told a reporter he would not want to see his name thrown into an inlraparly squabble already has the senate The senates old unwritten rule of seniority appeared an effective block against his appointment even if Dulles should permit a fight over the Best Bet The best senate leaders said is that Dulles will have to stand in line and take what is given to him regardless of his distinguished record in foreign Length of service in the senate always has been a jealously guarded rule in major committee And most senators see little chance it will be set aside as a special concession to took office only last Dulles was appointed by Thomas Dewey to succeed Robert a And that was where the trouble over committee assign Advises Expansion A an unnamed put forward that the foreign relations committee be expanded from 33 to 14 members to include This suggestion brought Wayne Morse out fight He notifed Republican leaders he would call a special party con ference to oppose any such Morse long has been considered generally to be next in line for a Republican post on the powerful Strike Cripples Transit NEW Friday July 15 CIO strike against the big New York City Omnibus was extended early Thurs day to the Fifth Coach The lines carry passen gers A union spokesman said the walkout against the Fifth Avenue Lines was fully effective short ly after Bus drivers walked off job on 21 Omnibus lines More than 3000 employes of the two companies are They started Watkins Refines Consent Watkins refused when uuan jjmous consent was asked to I docket the issue for a vote at EST Presumably Watkins hoped the delay would in crease the Watkins said he would go along with a vote next But Lucas said he will hold the senate in session Friday night and per haps Saturday to try to get a bal lot early in the At one Tom Con nally chairman of the foreign relations vented his ire on The Texan observed that I see sneer on the face of the senator from When Watkins said he merely was starting to Connally snapped I think many senators laugh every time they look at the sena tor from Supplement to Pact The TaftFlanders resolution is one of a number of proposals to amend or supplement the The latter would bind 12 nations in the North Atlantic area to act together if a Communist attack Flanders told reporters that ex of the Monroe doctrine would assure western Europe that the United States is standing be hind her against He said this nation would not be obli jated in details any more than in the original Monroe The set forth 125 years ago by James has stood as unchallenged warning to Europe that the United States will not stand for any at tempt to control or oppress an independent nation in this hemi Action Ends 29Hour Vigil Raymond Jutila lower begins descent from ISOfoot water lower where he spent 29 at state Byron hospital mipervisor above gave wire toJutila before he would saying family Upper eight inset of Scott Will Remain Until GOP Gets Harmoniser July 14 UP Hugh Scott Republican tional said Thursday he will fight the ouster move ment against him until battling GOP factions find a man who can produce party If a harmony leader is he said he will step down Until he he will fight the ouster movement at every Friends of Scott are sure he can defeat a new ouster resolu tion just as he did mt Omaha last I do not intend to resign the chairmanship unless and un til a man can be who cajn bring the desired liarmffny and cohesiveness to the party or Scott I would welcome the ap pearance of such a I do not believe any responsible group of the committee desires me to resign unless such a suc cessor is belong to the Workers CIO Transport Extra subway Trains and buses on cityowned some of them jammed beyond the usual rush hour handled most of the crowds stranded by Taxis did a land office A citysponsored meet ing failed Thursday night to bring agreement between the union and the privaely owned i lion to furnish step New York City Ominous I which he opposes as likely to lead Flanders said that this country would remain in control of such a unilateral The resolu tion puts it this way the vital interests of this country are deeply concerned with the safety of western Euro pean nations from external therefore Be it resolved that the senate urge the president to promulgate such an extension of the Monroe doctrine to western Europe on such terms and subject to such imitations and definitions as will best meet the present emergency and likewise serve as a continuing support for the objectives of the United World Police Forte Flanders said the resolution is a corollary to a program advanced Isst week by himself and nine other They seek to re vise he United Nations charter to provide for a world peace al liance without supported by a world police snd for control of the atomic A bill to set up a American arms program for the treaty partners will be introduced has proclaimed his op position to the treaty on the grounds it would obligate this na which operates all the struck to an armaments race and Supporters of the pact argue Union officials said members is no obligation to supply bad been told to dig in for alarms that a senator can support long one proposition and not the Top Advisers Hold Secret Meet at Blair House M of Defense Louis Johnson and Steel Asks Truman To Modify Strike Truce On Tower Coaxed Down July 14 mond an insane killer with a persecution complex came down Thursday from his 29hour vigil among the girders of a 130foot TonhTpereons accredited as sus water Byron an assistant Geneva Maps StandBv mf Strike Basis AVith only a last minute truce possible to prevent a Friday midnight strike against the steei industrys big plans were under way Thursday by Geneva Steel to place its huge plant facilities in Utah on a standby Geneva Steel is a subsidi ary of United States Steel Hoping for Beit Walther presi dent of Geneva Steel said we are hoping for the We do want to be caught unpre The number of company em ployes to remain on the job to take care of facilities and protect plant equipment pending a return to work order will be determined at a meeting of company officials and union representatives Friday at 9 at the Geneva Steel 6300 Employes According to company the strike will affect some 6200 employes of the Geneva Steel and its subsidiary Columbia Iron Mining Approximately 3500 employes at Iron ton and Geneva are repre sented by the striking United Steel Workers of Ameri ca CIO as well as some 160 as sociated with the iron mining op superintendent ol the Lima State was given most of the credit for engineering Jutilas Newland was the only man Jutila would trust enough to come near and the hospital official spent at least 15 side by side on a girder with the inmate in conversation Thursday Newland promised a fide telegram assuring him that his family was Persecution Delusions superintend ent of the said who climbed the tower at 7 CMST was a schizo phrenic personality with definite paranoic tednencies who had delu sions of family All Wednesday and Wednesday the authorities tried vari ous ruses to get Jutila off his while the slim convict clam bered agilely the girders and taunted them and the crowd around the Confident they could force Jutila i down by making him hungry and taining workers will remain on Trucks Deluge West Berlin As Ban Ends July Rus turning on the lifted their little blockade of lowereTthe wa Harry S Truman mot for two hours and 33 minutes Thurs day with top atomic and congressional loaders on a matler so secret none of the participants would discuss General Dwight When asked by reporters if he could say anything about the ses Barkley replied Not Later he asked ihe newsmen who had been waiting in the rain for Chairman Millard Tydings j hours to eliminate that remark of the senate armed and quote him as saying committee who left the meeting about midway in the spe cial session held the told a reporter Blair Ive got no statement of any He said there would not be any statement by anyone unless the You wouldnt want a news jpresident decides to make on You print I The presence of David Lilien it if you had for the goodthai of the atomic energy com of the I mission and members of the con Aa the conference broke jgressional committee on atomic Vice President Alben Bark ley sft the tone for the olher who included Secretary Suit Dean Secretary energy raised speculation that the lop level conference with some aspect of the atomic weapons west Berlin The main highway from the western allied running from Helmstedt to was crowded with Berlinbounrt Ger man trucks after five days of Soviet slowdown tactics at the zonal With truck traffic back toward British sources disclosed the first reductions in the Anglo American airlift More air lift cutbacks are to be made as trucks and barges boost their supply Lift The Prussians ended the slow down which had cut truck traffic at Helmstedt to four vehicles an as mysteriously as they started any official The air force has not yet followed the British in reducing its section of the Berlin American fouren gin ed C54 transports accounted for of the 8759 tons of coal and food flown here in the last 25 But it is no secret that the Americans also expect to skel etonize their airlift operations by if Berlins land and water routes stay British Cuts A survey of British airlift strength showed aircraft chartered from civilian companies have already been An other four will leave Germany this These reductions will leave IS civilian planes in tempor ary William commander of the com bined airlift reported planes delivered tons of ler in the tank so he couldnt drink and promised him huge steaks and tasy desserts if hed only come Water Ruse Fails But apparently prepared to took a tobacco can out of his pocket and with a strand from a guy wire lowered it into the water at the bottom of the He also produced two candy bars and waved them at the crowd to show he wouldnt go The motive for the Jutila i was to see that his family was protected from convicts re cently released from the peniten That assurance Police Chief William Johnson of gave him in the telegram Thurs day It read Raymond the job after the deadline Friday night should the nationwide steel strike go into us sched Out of Production All facilities Geneva will be shut down except one blast fur nace and two of the four batteries of coke ovens and the byproducts company officials All of the nine open hearth furnaces will he out of production as well as alt rolling mill facilities and two of the three blast Truman Views Same as Bennett Avers S Trumans stand on the nations economy is virtual ly unchanged from his views in the president of National Association of Manufac turers said Wallace head of a paint manufacturing firm Thursday released a statement commenting on Trumans eco nomic message to congress last Bennett said he had de clined comment previously be cause he wanted to study the lengthy message in Truman followed his mes sage to congress with a fireside chat to the nation Wednesday The views expressed in this talk were essentially the same as contained in his how Real Significance Bennett said he feels the real significance of the report lies in the fact that Truman has refused to follow the alarmist of C I O leaders and instead Voice Wins Hike Of Million In Conferee Vole July H The state departments voice of America program won a 000 increase in funds Thursday in a conference between senate and house The senate had cut the voice program from proved by the But the conference agreed to accept the house The funds are included in ap propriations for the state de partment which had asked for the The conference also gave the Federal Bureau of Investigation house instead of the ap proved by the The house approved a com promise total to run the justice and com merce departments and the fed eral Urges President to Clip Fact Finder Powers July 14 Ihe deadline for a steel strike rushing the Steel Thursday night asked Harry S Truman to change the of his The huge pacemaker for the steel requested that the presidents proposed factfinding board given no power to recommend a There was no immediate comment from the White Shortly before the company sent a telegram to the the CIO United Steelworkers union said it is ready to strike at midnight Friday night against four and employing a total of members of the Companies Unwilling to Go Along Those firms have not agreed to appear before special factfinding outside the terms of the TaftHartley which the president is appointing Philip Murrays big steel union has agreed to a 60day postponement of the walkout companies which agree to appear before the Government officials said other steel companies had either accepted the presidents plan or had not yet made their position Many firms apparently IDLE POOL DRAINOFF Truman Tackles As Foes Vision Ruin Slump o I have seen your moth a approach to current eco sister and Tney are down Thpy want you to come from the tower immedi Stale Takes Life of Jake HexHalchelman July Jake who hacked a trail of slaughter across the died on the gallows of the Washington slate penitentiary at PST He was hanged for the ax murder of Ber tha Kindt in Ta I nomic He continued It is disappointing to I that he continues to in sist that his legislative program I is essential for national There is encouragement for in dustry in his abandonment of his request for tax increase and his failure to renew a number of the demands in his economic message of six months by his refusal to re treat from his multibillion spend ing program Truman gives notice that he is willing to plunge Ihe nation further into deficit General Tone All in Truman has not reversed himself except in gen The trap was sprung at oral In the matter of in Fourteen minutes El supplies to Berlin from 3 i mer prison pro through July new record for 31day It brought the total carried the started a year ago to Under ship ments from western Germany to Berlin are averaging more than tons daily by barge and jiounced 48yearold Negro creased taxes his recommendation may prove to be more a morator ium than an With the lone exception of taxes who received three last I Truman seemingly stands today minute slays of con fessed to 29 Eleven of his confessions were substanti ated least in by One of the slayings which Birrl admitted was committed in where he stood when he presented his first message to the congress a special session in September current message is framed in Rut the substance is still the WASHINGTON July UP Harry S Truman took ths first step toward carrying out his new antidepression program Thursday as congressional econ omy block leaders accused him of leading the nation into He named John Steel veteran presidential assist to direct a program of chan neling federal buying and con struction activities into areas which have been hardest hit by Republican leaders laid plans for a series of radio speeches to answer the challenge to congressional budgetcutters which Trurnan hurled in his plain talk broadcast to the na tion Wednesday National Led Robert Taft and Harry Byrd the economy bloc declared that national ruin would result from Trumans insistence on the government spending more than it takes in as long as busi ness is in a Truman told his weekly news conference Steelman will head up a 20man coordinating group of top government officials to study regional unemployment problems and try to relieve He emphasized that the pro gram will not call for an increase in federal hut simply for channeling present spending into the areas where an economic shotinthearm is most badly Unemployment Pools While he refused to speculate about the areas to be pending a commerce department survey of his coun cil of economic advisers said in its recent midyear report that heavy pools of unemployment exist in New New Cali South Carolina and Ten Truman added that se lectivity principle is particularly applicable to procurement and con struction but it is also relevant to other grant and loan programs designed to stimulate private Congressional who had received Trumans formal economic report in relative were aroused to fighting pitch by the statement he made Wednesday night in explaining the report to the The president asserted that no major cuts can be made in his budget for the current 1950 fiscal year without undermining key domestic and international and plung ing the nation still further into re The Republican national com mittee announced that Taft and three other GOP leaders will make a formal answer to Tru man as soon as radio time can be The committee said it htes asked the four major networks which carried the presidents speech to grant equal facilities to Taft house Republican leader Joseph Martin senate GOP leader Kenneth and Daniel ranking minority member of the taxwriting house ways and means Bomb Disrupts Nehru Speech July 14 person was killed by a and at least 50 others were injured Thursday in a riot in volving police and a huge audience gathered to hear a speach by Premier Jawaharlal The who was continued despite the disorder and rioting on the out skirts of the openair enclosure where thousands had assembled to hear the An unidentified man threw a bomb near the entrance to the en closure ust as Nehru mounted the A policeman was killed and two other persons were injured by the A suspected of throwing the was severely beaten by the The bomb exploded some dis tance from and police said it apparently was not aimed at A few minute 50 other persons were injured when a flying the Red symbol of the hammer and drove to the outskirts of the crowd and the men aboard threw stones into the Go Nehru were marking time before commit ting Benjamin president of made his tensely awaited reply to Trumans second appeal Wednesday night in which the president strongly urged that company and BetWe hem and Republic to cooperate with the Fearless pointed out that the TaftHartley act provides an in quiry board with no power to make Truman has already told Fairless he did not consider that the present wagepension dispute constitutes such a peril to na tional health or safety as to war rant use of the emergency provi sion of the TaftHartley Action Unwarranted But Fairless said Thursday night he is unable to see why it ir necessary to outside of the Taft Hartley a fact finding board that has greater powers than a TaftHartley board would have in a situation involving immediate peril to the national health or Fairless then said We respect fully ask that you advise us if you are willing to modify your pro posal so that the powers of the proposed board will expressly be limited to fact The steel executive said his company is most desirous of avoiding a steel strike if possible and shares Trumans desire to save the nation from the conse quences of such a Denies Lockout Aim Fairless a lockout is farthest from our The telegram was issued by the company in Pitta burgh and New At Murray said tersely that he had no comment now on Steels announcement Jut expects to have something to at a press conference Friday A source close to Murray said The latest Steel offer is merely It doesnt say a thing that hasnt been said be the steel production outlook was this Vast segments of the industry prepared for a companies breathed easy with a truce in their But the government still did not know whether the presidents strike averting effort had won or As the day TX Steel started to bank furnaces at the vast Homestead Union locals at Steel plants were holding meetings to lay strike Bethlehem laid off some On the other the federal See Page Column 4 BEHIND THE STEEL SITUATION Heres How Controversy Shapes Up Heres the situation in the threatened steel strike United Steelworkers of America CIO have called a strike for Saturday against 61 basic steel producing including the big three of Republic Slecl and Bethlehem The background Negotiations June 15 be tween the union and under a wage reopening clause of ths basic steel The unions asked an gen eral wage a better in surance program and a monthly pension union demands were said to to about 30 rents an After six the company Steel sought a When negotiations resumed eight days Benjamin Fairless said there was no justification for a wage increase at this President Trumans proposal President Truman proposed a 60day truce and a nonstatutory threemember fact finding board of inquiry to which steel com panies would be invited to submit their contract The board would have power to make non binding companies position The steel producers asked the president to use procedure of the LaborManagement Relations Act of 1947 TaftHartley This would mean appointment by Pres ident Truman of a board restrict ed to findings of fact and a re port without The presidents answer President Truman told a Thurs day press conference a steel strike would not at this time be an im mediate peril to the national health or necessary to in voke TaftHartley Thursday evenings develop ment Fairless dispatched a tele gram to the president which Steel spokesman de scribed as request for addi tional declaring that it cannot agree to his proposal an long as he insists on having factfinding board recommend a Fairless telegram said fed eral labor statutes state a fact finding boards report should not contain and should be limited to fact   

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