Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intcrmountain Network Station KALL Monday Through FrldaTl WEATHER Mostly clear slowly rising Details on Page 21 99 SALT LAKE FRIDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Senate Ratifies Atlantic 8213 Slayer Strangles Ogden 17 Nude Body oi Baby Sitter Found 111 Thick Growth of Brush By JOHNSON Tribune Leased Wire July brutal murderer who apparently ob fatnecl a victim by answeTingsiu aii Toi a uauv strangled Shirley with a wad of paper and her under clothing Wednesday The nude body of the fiendish killers victim was found Thursday at in the Riverdale two miles south of She had been dead 1C to 12 Only daughter of 227 Patterson a the victim had been missing since Wednesday A post mortem was being con ducted to see if Miss Gretzinger had been assaulted criminally by her Police there was no immediate evidence of Police throughout the inter mountian area centered their search for an unidentified man who sought the victims services by telephone as a baby Called to the scene by a neigh Sheriff Mac Wade and his deputies found the body of the her mouth stuffed with her lightweight pink and her brassiere tied around her An autopsy at Myers and Foul ger mortuary by an Ogden patho logist Thursday afternoon revealed Shirley Gretzinger of fiendish Ogden i Ticfim Transit Union Ends Strike In Manhattan NEW July 20 The Manhattan bus which for eight days has cut off trans portation for was called off Thursday on terms that restored the prestrike status been uncovered by a combined i sheriffs and police youth bureau The CIO Transport Workers j search except that she union after a stormy i had gone Wednesday night to mass voted to accept a meet a man who had telchponed settlement laid down by an angry for a baby sitter and asked her Mayor William ODwyer who to meet him at the intersection of spared no rough language in tellj Washington and 34th at ing the union and company that The distraught mother said the girl had left her at the inter section of Washington and 25th about 8 the immediate cause of suffocation of the victim was a two and one halfinch wad of paper tightly stuffed down the upper part of her Clothing Missing Placed under the junior high school graduates head was part of her flowered which her mother said fastened with a zip Only part of the skirt was and several other articles of particularly under were Sheriff Wade the murder had been cinimittcd elsewhere than where the body was or the the Only article actually on the girls body when it was discovered was her black suede on her Attack Clues Lacking No clues to the attacker killer had taken portions of will be named 1 girls clothing with cjrman Qf the Republlcart had both were at 30 Routes Affected Buses on the 30 routes affected were scheduled to roll at their usual time Friday those of the New York Omnibus at and those of the Fifth Avenue Coach at Maintenance men and mechanics intending to walk the nine blocks south to meet her wouldbe em There at first no means identification of the disrobed among the strikers were to j if report M garages at midnight The company late Wednesday jy had agreed to the mayors proi posal that an impartial arbitrator positivc idcntifica v Woman Finds Body should make binding recommenda tions on points of dispute between the company and Ballots The T W U membership cast se cret ballots Thursday by a margin of 1237 to agreed to ond the The unexpected ly large negative vote was cast despite the recommendation of the union negotiating committee that Bert Ogden RFD Sheriff Mac holds in hand a burdock like several found in slain girls as his Leroy and Patrolman August police youth help hunt clues at scene where body was Officers are pushing concerted effort to solve the brutal July 21 AntiScott forces said Thursday there is a good chance that Guy George New Jersey AiitiScottFoes MAJOR DEFEAT Pick Lawyer For GOP Post House Votes to Scuttle Brannan Farm Plan July 21 j point considered fair to In a major defeat for the Truman the house Thurs day scuttled the tional Hugh Republican Scott of Brannan 170 and farm voted to continue the present price sup port program through The Brannan the secretary offered by of would the market price of perishable goods drop to their na tural If they went below a ot says he will resign the chairmanship 4 to pro mote harmony in party Since he his announcement last various factions have been trying to agree on a Bert Nebraska state and Arthur Michigan j national are still j being One antiScott leader told a reporter that Gabrielson appears to be the most I July 21 likely He said New York powerful 63member economy co the government would pay jubsi dies to the Under the present the July 31 Votu on the Gore substitute for administrations new farm bill includes Sunborn Bo sone Granger White Solon Indicates RiderProd i For Economy supporters of Thomas alition in the senate Dewey have opposed Gabrielson j broadly hinted that it because he was for Robert j to tack on to Taft of Ohio for the presidential bill its measure to force government keeps surpluses off the market by means of purchases and Prices of major commodities are supported rigidly in this way at 90 of which is a price aimed giving the farmers a fair purchasing The bill continuing this program another year was passed and sent Thursday to the senate a vote of 238 to an approbation 25 but the rollca b Truman Eyes Billion For Arms Aid Message Due Today Asking Programs To Bolster Security July 21 UP Harry S Truman will Watkins Arms Riders Lose By 878 By WILLIAM WHITE July 21 senate Thursday fied the North Atlantic free of any by a vote of 82 to margin of approval wns better than six to one a two j thirds majority of those voting would have been enough to the North Atlantic pact with a bind this country for 20 years to the In 12 non program to help Communist nations mutually pledged to treat any attack upon one of them as an attack upon The in adopting this first proclamation in history that the United States would not again stand neutral while Europe was smashed by massive majorities three suc cessive efforts to attach to the treaty reservations that would have limited or softened the obligations of this Great Influence of Taft The first and most strongly backed of which had behind it the ordinarily great influence of Robert Taft of the Republican senate leader on domestic was rejected by 21 to It would have had the United States disavow any commit morally or to give to its European treaty asso ciates military including atomic bombs and infor mation relating with which to build up their power to resist future It was directed at article in which military selfhelp and mutual aid to build up that power are Thrown back heavily in this first the antitreaty forces immediately put to the test the second of their proposed reserva tions and were defeated by 84 to Made by Watkins This second proposed reserva tion made by Arthur Watkins Utah would forbidden the to move mili tarily to the rescueof an invaded either by outright war or by the dispatch of expeditionary until congress had given arm free Europe against ag He also will ask for 000 in arms for the Philipipnes and The two aimed at arming antiCommunist nations in the interest of United States will be covered in a presidental message urging quick passage because of the urgency of the world Stiff Fight Seen But there already is strong con gressional opposition to the arms and a stiff fight is ex Chances of its approval this session appear Thn presidents message re portedly will stress that in voting arms for nonCommunist the United States will be protect ing itself and the rest of the world from the danger of another The chief executive will warn congress not to expect financial returns for but in stead will make it clear that benefits must be measured in terms of American security and world Ready for Action The State and Defense depart which drafted the arms are prepared to rush it into They plan to get 60 of the projected arms shipments to the nations covered within a largely by heavy transfers of American reserve arms and re paired surplus The joint chiefs of staff already have approved shipment of re serve The funds supplied by congress would be used to re place this A new proviso would let the de fense department help nations which are not members of the Atlantic pact obtain weapons in this nomination last But he said he believed this op5 Harry S Truman to cut spending 5 to position might be overcome in Senator John McClellan conferences to be held between now and Russel New York national com be one of those asked DemocrStic leader Scott Lucas of Illinois to bring the cost slash Lucas politely plan to refused which the Brannan plan was beat 239 to was the crucial The house also made another major approval of an amendment to kill the Aiken farm law enacted by the Republi a cancontrolled 80th Set to say i to become effective in this 4 Riverdale who lives only Gabrielson is national com corltends congress should do tn if it will come He law would permit a flexible 60 to thev back to Four discharged mechanics were restored to their jobs pend ing a decision by the arbitrator as to whether the company was on sound grounds in laying them off because of lack of Four other who protested the firings and were themselves also were Withdrew Suits The Omnibus and the Fifth Avenue withdrew their damage totalling 000 which they filed in federal broke which a couple of hundred yards north east of where the girls body discovered it as she started for the Riverdale L D S two blocks Thursday She cried out t another neigh Cecil working and he notified the sheriffs He then ran to Davis lives in the former mitteeman for New He is 58 and lives Ho has been practicing law there since 1919 and has had offices in New York since He is a di rector of seven manufacturing Born in Gabrielson its i 90 own Reluctant to Usurp McClellan said that unless Lucas agrees to consider the of parity support for major DemocraticRepublican coali headed by Albert Gore took complete charge of the and not even a per Beviii Blames FDR Policy For Reich Ills July 21 For eign Ernest Bevin in the measure probably must be offered sonal appeal by Speaker Sam Ray as an amendment to a He said burn could save the day for the Sioux js roiuctant to usurp the lead graduated from the Many as Gore and as Mike Monroney of have supported on the old Riverdale road approxi mately 100 yards from the Sheriff his Wai University of Iowa and Harvard Rcpllbiican eadcr Kenneth He was speaker of the New j Wherry of Nebraska Jllally jumeu Jersey assembly in In the i Uml lhc G0p policy committee the opposition to the Brannan house of commons Thursday that the late Franklin Roosevelts wartime policy of unconditional surrender toward Germany was largely to blame for all the dif ficulties of remodeling Winston wartime prime defending his ac ceptance of the as serted that the British govern ment was not consulted on it and that the cabinet undoubtedly would have rejected it if it had had the Attacks Abortive Plan Bevin also bitterly attacked the abortive Kenry Morgenthau policy 5 PROBE Truman Says Vaughan May Testify July 21 Harry S Truman said Thursday that congress can ques tion Harry his explosive military in its five percenter probe but he is sure Vaughans hands are Senate investigators looking into the socalled influence rack et have not decided whether to call Vaughan who once said there are at least 300 five percenters operating in the Clyde subcommittee it would depend on the kind of evi dence staff investigators Work on Commission The five percenters are Wash ington agents who represent busi nessmen on gofernment contract affairs in return for a fee or com usually 5 of the con The practice is not illegal but some of them reportedly assert they can get government con tracts on the strength of friends and influence in high The senate committee is investi gating whether there has been any wrong doing by anyone on the government pay roll in connection with such Generals Suspended Two army major Alden chief of the chem ical and Herman quartermaster have suspended from duty in connec tion with the The Washington Post said in a copyright story Thursday on the basis of present the two officers probably will not be courtmartialed but arc not ex pected to resume their of making Germany a purely ag1 Vaughans name has figured in ricultural state so it could not start future and Churchill said he agreed to that policy only See Page Column 2 tion last war served as a second lieutenant in the aricraft produc unanimously favors acting on the K L 6 radio transmitter building He was speaker of the New Cherry of Nebraska observed I many administration joined i i non Tm j The JjSboritc fore ism I further accused the United States of pursuing a on Germany after the j But Churchill tempered his imj plied criticism of the unconditional surrender policy by saying that he was not at all sure that post the case from the start when one five percenter allegedly boasted he was a very close friend of the military its specific The third and last broken effort of the like that was directly pointed at what has been called the heart of the in which the 12 signers declare that any aggressor who moves against one of them will move against all of In this which was overwhelmed by vote of 87 to Watkins sought to have the deny even an implied obligation to send its military forces or to go formally to he would have had the country declare it reserved to itself complete freedom in See Page Column 7 ROLL CALLS July 21 The vote by which the senate ratified the North Atlantic De fense pact included For the D oi Utah and Miller D of Against the pact WatWns R of Utah and Taylor D of Taylor voted with Wat kins in favor of the Utahns two One would have denied obligation to use armed forces without approval of The other would havi denied an obligation on congress to declare war in event of attack on any pact Both amendments were opposed by Thomas and Walking and Taylor supported a rider that would have denied any obligation to give military including the atom to other pact Thomas and Miller voted against the WAR ON MASKED MOBS Alabama Klan Leader Quits As Grand Jury Seeks Data who controls the order of IcRislation in the gave this look into the future in answer to senators questions He could almost assure William Fulbright that the senate will take action on the Houseapproved hill to repeal fed eral oleomargarine There may be night sessions next Tuesday and Thursday with July 21 Alabama Ku categorical nostrike Klux Klan leader quit Thursday ranking Union leaders came in for booj a grand jury prepared to take ing and jeering when they ad I rcssed the mass meeting Klan J ments that have wormed their j way into the who used j reminded the senate the Klan robes to go out and whip j heavy Pruitt Tiic grand jury meets in special Thurs day morning and bus favored continuing the Possible new evulcnce in the states wnr on Seventeen persons j Senate debate on civil rights masked indicted for mob violence by measures this session is a pos The hnme of another Klan a previous grand Heres Summary Of Program To Aid Fanner now in jail for refusing Morris home in the Olive to produce K K K was j 15 miles north of ransacked during the nipht and was found great disorder shouted weve gained is the loss of a weeks But Mike union gave a strong recommendation to end the He nrgued that bus workers salaries have steadily in i creased and that bargaining for a as president of the federated Ku his K K K papers were some papers Whether the j Thursday by who had Klan records were taken was not j spent the night in jail since July 7 on immediately 72yearold a contempt citation for refusing Birmingham resigned I to give the records to a grand The minimum bill raising the hourly wage from 40 to 75 replace the one i after a row with j there and may have been which will expire July 31 would be j William Hugh K K K dl How can I ever get out of farilv conducted under an arbi if the records fire he by rutting I I differ some of the ele1 cents will be put aside a few days to act on several major appropri including funds for foreign aid and the armed The senate appropriations com was reported to have poured cold water on the down on July 21 present farm object of house approval Thurs docs the following things Supports at 90 of parity the prices of hogs and Maintains 60 to 90 of par ity supports for dry American Egyptian cotton and Gives the secretary of ag riculture discretionary power to support other crops from zero to 90 of according to the amount of money available for such Provides for crop produc tion controls as a means of keeping supply near to war difficulties in Germany could i be attributed to Struggle to Death Hitler and those guilty men around him were in the po sition that they could not look for pardon or safety for their and they certainly would fought to the he As regards the Morgenthau pol soon Churchill I said he agreed to it only reluct j Members of commons listened in amazement to the in volving as it did at this critical time in Atlantic pact develop ments criticism of the United States by the foreign secretary of the Labor Laborite Albert Blackburn tried vainly to stop it because of its international repercussions but the speaker ruled him out of f A Meet Is Not For President Says July 21 Harry S Truman said Thursday that his secret atomic energy meeting at the Blair House last week was relatively un important and nothing for the na tion to be alarmed But he expressed considerable anger over what he called a leak that the meeting was to be He said at his news conference that he didnt like that and he still doesnt like He knows the person who he but he refused to divulge his Whether this person will be invited to another conference will be decided when and if a second meeting is he Sixteen congressional andatomic energy officials participated in last Thursday nights meeting at the Truman private Re porters heard about it in but ran up against a blank wall seeking information when it there were many re ports that the conference dealt with the question whether to share the latest Abomb secrets with Following another con ference on Capitol hill Wednesday legislators indicated a belief that Truman would not divulge the secrets to the British without the approval of The president said he tries to help reporters all he but that the Blair House is his private He flung a goodnatured challenge at a reporter Are there any secrets around your house with a radio reporter that stories about the meeting were overplayed and said that when the facts eventually out it will be shown that there was no deep dark secret in con nection with he he did not intend to disclose what   

From 1607 To The Present

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!

Growing Every Second

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.

Genealogy Made Simple

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!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"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.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication