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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Interinountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Frldiy WEATHER Clear partly cloudy south and east Details on Page 18 97 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS The Chief Arrives to Deliver Message of Hope Harry S arrives in Chicago for an address to Shriners in Soldier Next to Chicagos Mayor Martin Illinois Adlai Stevenson is at Truman told the delegates he was confident of peace without World War Truman Calls for Militant Flays Russ for Breaking Pacts July 19 Harry S Truman called Tuesday night for a militant United Na tions organization with enough force to maintain the peace after accusing Soviet Russia of making agreements for the purpose of breaking Speaking at a Shrine the president asked if it wasnt better to spend or five bil lion dollars a year for peace than a hundred billion dollars a year for war in a fervent defense of American Revive Asia He said United States foreign policy was aimed at reviving Europe and Asia for peace and said we are going to make the Pitched Battle Rocks City Of Guatemala GUATEMALA July 19 artillery and ar mored units fought a pitched long battle Tuesday in the second j ti0n of the workfandi ourselves United Nations a going and mili tant organization for the welfare of the world as a The president spoke at the din ner after telling at an earlier foreign policy speech in Soldier field of apparently increasing tensions and conflicts behind the iron Speakingextemporaneously Tuesday Truman told fellow Shriners he had hoped that peace had arrived with the capit ulation of Japan in self or have to abandon its at tempt to force other nations into its The speaking at a great outdoor celebration of the diamond jubilee session of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic said the United States will continue its great crusade for The red fezzes of the nobles and their colorful and green uniforms pro vided a vivid setting 1or Tru mans foreign policy didnt he He did Roger chief of the Chi not mention Russia by but j cago park estimated heard the presidents ad he added Breaks Agreements We found we had an ally whose habit is and has been since 1917 the making of agreements for the purpose of breaking He said it was absolutely nec essary that the United States assume leadership of the democ racies to provide enough force in this world to maintain the thats all we are trying to The president that had the United States failed to join the world organization for there would have been nothing left to do but crawl into our shells and prepare for the dastruc In working toward its goal of the president the United States should Halt the economic recession See Page Column 1 day of an armed revolt against thewjth government of Juan Jose j jn October The artillery duel was so in tense that a United States air force Japan folded he said he can celed in war con LIONS LULLABY Utah Quartet Wins in NEW July 19 male quartet from Cedar Tuesday won the month after top honors at a Madison Square Garden songfest during the Lions club international The first prize went to the quartet made up of Herschell G15 plane taking United States He thought expenses might be r Ambassador Richard Patterson bhL d drastically after Reed Edward back to the Guatemalan capi lhataunU1 lhe warEtarted Sandgren and Eugene tal from a vacation in Panama i o K was unable to land and had to go back to San Salvador for the night after flying over the embattled city for four a report from San Strafe Armored Cars Government fighting planes wer eM Less Than Third AH he is asking is to take less than onethird of that cancellation and revive Europe and Asia for When speaking of tensions and They defeated 13 other quartet finalists with their rendition of Lohrs Starlight and Schuberts The quartet won sec ond prize of REIGN OF TERROR Guard CaDed To Quell South Mobs July 19UP 300 fully armed national guard troops moved in Tuesday night as new outbreaks threatened from a white mob which has ter rorized the Negroes by home burn ings and shooting Armed with carbines and the troops gave this tiny sawmill town the aspects of a military The community has been em battled since when four young Negroes allegedly beat and robbed a white and raped his 17yearold Mark state adjutant notified the gov ernor the situation is in good Any Emergency He added all troops are com pletely equipped and armed for any The riding in trucks and autos and shooting into the air at burned three Negro houses in Monday nights So no casualties have been reported among whites or Along Grovelands one business street things were quiet during the day In nearby fields and a number of Negro farm workers were reported Au thorities said they apparently were waiting until all the shootings Board Decontrols Rents In L by 32 Ballot Plane Crashes In Seattle Killing Eight Strikes Power Line During Ascent Service Men Die July 19 non scheduled airliner bound for Chi cago with 32 persons aboard crashed shortly after a Boeing field takeoff Tuesday killing at least eight Fire Chief William Fitzgerald said two bodies were picked up in the street near the and six more were taken from the They were not identi fied The twinengined C46 pas senger owned by Air Trans port struck power lines while limping into the air on only one and crashed into a thickly populated section of the Georgetown district de molishing two and a half or three an eyewitness Service Personnel Most of the persons aboard were air coast guard and navy personnel going home on Seven houses were set afire when the craft exploded within three or four minutes after strik ng a power line and plummeting to The plane buried its nose be Fuller Warren ordered a minimum of 100 troops here Tues day night when law enforcement officers expressed the fear a new account ween two and ripped off roof of a An occupant of a home struck by the plane also was reported The crash occurred about 10 when one of the planes engines failed on the takeoff it was unable to gain Joseph Con a said the plane burst into flamts when it hit the and exploded minutes Many of the survivors escaped 3y jumping through a hole made by the sheared off Flames were visible for ive electric wires writhed in the hampering firefighting Plough Through Roof A Bob said one wing of the plane apparently vas sheared off as it plowed through the The plane was burning and so was the house under Arm strong The plane had torn off the roof of one house before it smashed headon into the last The airlines office said there were 28 passengers and four crew members One of the pas sengers was Ames company His wife was acting as stewardess on the Heacock was An airline spokesman said Hea cock went through the plane and pushed or helped passengers from the burning Says Motor Failed going home on fur lough from the Aleutians where he was station with the air flareup was in the Tampa Regiment A detachment of the 116th field artillery regiment at Tampa came conflicts Truman said j Minneapo he is optimistic the world may yet 5300 for peace without j Judges were tune detective Sig Communist he told mund Spaeth Robert music Others who placed were Englehere to relieve some of the guards men who are due to go to It looks as if the situation is The power in one of the en gines cut as we were starting down the Then the pilot gave full but apparently didnt have enough runway to make it over the power The plane burst into flames when it hit the then ex growing worse instead of ploded after burning about three said a police officer who that he remain asked or four If the tail end of the plane I cheering thousands of Shriners and j critic of the New York Worldj Three Negro suspects in the rob hadnt been torn we probably i and composer Morton Iherv and raPe nave said wouldnt have gotten The I Sheriff They are in tail was 10 feet off the mil aritllfiir in mammoth Solciieri Telegram communique listed as military m it Gould groups and some others presumed I n to be from the honor set up a threeman junta of Sat 4IPROVVF Jorge Barrios and Mario Mendez a The city awakened at dawn to the roar of artillery and heavy maehinegim and rifle after sporadic fighting throughout the Justice Frank Murphy Was close friend of FRIEND OF LABOR More on Page 2 July 19 UP Frank hardfighting lib eral associate justice of the su preme court and attorney general in the heyday of the New died unexpectedly Tues He was Death of the bush browed friend of labor was at tributed to a heart which had activities during the lasttwo sessions Murphy had undergone periodic treatment under the name Fran cis Williams at Henry Ford hos pital for about a month and had reentered the hospital only Mon day doctors Routine Check A nurse making a routine check discovered the former attor ney high commissioner of the Philippines and governor of Michigan semiconscious as she made her morning a died 45 min utes later with his brother and Recorders Judge and George at his A Margaret the only other was summoned from Harbor the Murphy family where the jurist had planned to go for a Funeral mass will be said at Our Lady of Lake Huron church at Harbor Beach either Thursday or family spokesmen with burial The body was to be taken to Harbor Beach Tues day night for the private Long Seriously 111 Messages of includ ing one from Harry S Tru poured The senate and house heard tributes read and ad journed for the day out of re spect to his At Chief Justice Fred Vinson revealed that Mur phy had been on the verge of death for Vinson for Justice Murphy walked in the great shad Even so his death is a severe shock to Wayne assistant Landlords Pledge to Hold Costs Within Reason9 By MILTOX HOLLSTEDf By a narrow majority the Salt Lake city commission decided Tuesday to end seven years of rent The which usually is unanimous on measures considered in open split 3 to 2 on the Mayor Earl Glade and Commissioners Affleck and John Matheson voted for Commissioners Ben Lingenfelter and Romney voted against But even before Mayor Glades signature was affixed to the resolution that set in motion the decontrol the coin mission and landlords pledged to hold rents in Mayor Glade said that he would begin immediately to select members of a fair rent board that will include members of the Apartment House Association of Utah and representatives of groups that had opposed Back Fair Treatment field secretary for the apartment house asso ciation said that were just as anxious as our tenants to see that everybody gets fair If the mayor appoints a rent well At we have our own fair rent a board of five he He declared that the of the association were urging landlords employ no vindictiveness if they must evict tenants they do so through regular chan nels and not by raising Happy Over Outcome Dozens of people I have talked Justice Dies in Michigan right when he retired Tuesday night and had not complained of feeling July Harry S Truman 19 late Tuesday designated of Labor Maur ice Tobin to represent him at the funeral of Associate Justice Mur phy of the supreme Eben assistant White House press said pressure of work at the White House would make it impossible for Tru man to Foes of Treaty Join to Hit Arms Supply July 19 UP Robert Taft joined forces Tuesday with two other senate foes of the North At lantic security pact on a revised reservation stating that the treaty does not obligate the United States to send arms to Utah Arthur said he Watkins had agreed with Taft and Senate Republican Leader Kenneth Wherry on a coverall reservation spelling out the absence of any obligation under the pact to em bark on the controversial armsto Europe Watkins said also would ask for a 24hour delay in the senate vote on the now scheduled for if it appeared that pact speeches could not be com But unanimous consent is re quired for such a move and Chair man Tom Connally of the senate foreign relations com said he would The senate recessed its treaty debate Tuesday until Wednesday out of respect to Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy who former of War Henry Stimson said in identi cal letters to New York Republi cans John Foster Dulles and Irv ing Ivcs that the quest for leace with freedom will be crippled if the senate rejects the act or befogs it with amend Watkins said he will insist on a Constantly Under Attack Kings Nephew Will Marry This Year July 20 The formal announcement ap an undisclosed jail for safe keepj so we had to A fourth still is being The accused men are Charlie Samuel Shepherd and Walter all about Monday nights disturbance mounted when Sheriff McCall hurled a tear gas bomb into the midst of a heavily armed crowd of about 50 white men as they rode through Stuckys a Negro community five miles west of hospital said death i roll call vote on the revised reser was caused by coronary vation because I want to place He said Murphy had seemed all I the senate directly on to are not going to raise Were urging others to keep in creases within an average of Weight he were very happy about the outcome of the commissions The Salt Lake citizens commit tee to maintain rent which for more than a month has been battling the assertions and re quests of the had dif ferent We pointed that the commission didnt let Tighe Woods the federal housing expediter decontrol rents said William Tenants Lose Chance Now what chance has the renter when controls cannot be reapplied he Isnt that unAmerican McEwan predicted that rents would rise I think it will be a large he More than 200 most of them sat or stood shoul dertoshoulder in the crowded commission chambers as the five Mayor Glade submitted the mo tion for a vote on the decontrol petition of the apartment house A bid for postponement of the vote by on grounds that the commission should wait until more statistics from a federal rent survey were wag challenged by Insists On Vote Several property owners ac cepted the mayors invitation to discuss whether a vote should be taken by the amid bursts of applause from the insisted that a vote be State Rue Clegg Salt and Weight were leaders in the Weight was on his feet ask Can rent control present one additional unit Only one Joseph Salt Lake spoke on behalf of continuance of con Before the terse roll Lingenfelter and Matheson clarified their stands on the is Matheson declared that if we are restricted to voting on See Page Column 5 FUTURE COURSE FOR CITY Earl of 261 pearcd several hours after the i firing pistols and rifles 4ji 11 i viv4 5u ai iiuuio Chief rebel resistance nephew of King George iThe sheriff followed them to a around the barracks of the honor j VI and llth in line to the British i8llm who he talked which was constantly un der the attack ot the air Rebel armored cars made re became engaged Wednes day to a 22yearold Vienneseborn peatcd sorties from the honor j They plan to be married this guard barracks against the Elsewhere in the capital there i Formal announcement of the en was fighting between what the government described as scattered rebel groups and the loyal Efforts by the foreign diplo matic corps to arrange a truce be gagement of One of Britains most eligible bachelors to Miss Marion lives with her parents in a small topfloor Kensington had teaj with Lord Harewoods Princess Royal at James The princess royal is the kings After the Miss Stein told newsmen country where he talked them into Burned Homes A short while a mob of armed men swept into a Negro sector two miles west of here and burned down three The buildings had been evacuated at Heres L Rental Situation in Nutshell Here are some questions and answers on the status and effect of the Salt Lake City commissions housing decontrol reso lution What action decontrol is necessary to complete The resolution must be approved by the What area will be affected That area within the incorporated limits of Salt Lake City for certain all of Salt Lake county if the housing expe diter so The expediter in many in stances has decontrolled counties as well Stein appeared in the court col We hope the wedding will and no one was believed umns of Wednesdays London perhaps later this It I called out for governor and transmitted to the federal as the principal cities that ask for decon housing Approval by the ex pediter is a Bracken Lee Who will be affected by decontrol Tim tween the opposing groups proved unavailing thus i has been decided where we had This indicated that the king had i shall live consented to the ai We are planning to marry this A government communique i legal necessity under a 1772 Lord Harewood It Inyal forces from Aurora air base requiring all descendants of Kingshould be an early wedding rather and the military baseGeorge except the children ofthan a late but at this stage has expressed Controls then would be lifted until controls remain in effect Saturday by the expediter night when a crowd of 100 white j men gathered at the Lake county courthouse at seeking two When will controls be lifted Thp soti thrdatp Thp rntiro cxircauur BCLH attacked the rebels after the latter princesses who married into forit is impossible to be more proof the Ncgrn were given sufficient time to doeign to get the sovereigns for no date has yet been j been moved to another howj process of decontrol may take two or tnree pose their seditious approval before j Landlords owning and tenants occupy ing more than rental units in Salt Lake Will any rental unite in the affected area remain under What about evictions With evictions again will be governed by atate A landlord will be able to evict a tenant by giving him notice 15 days before his next rent payment is Once can controls be reapplied Not when decontrol action is initiated by the city as in the case of Salt Lake Is there any appeal if rents out of Possibly to the fair rent committee that will be set up by Mayor Earl Will the area rent control board tinue to function The board will function for Salt Lake City until final action on It will function for other localities within the area until adopt decontrol resolutions or are decontrolled by the   

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