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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station RALL Honda Through Friday WEATHER Partly with mtferat tbuBderahowen Detalli M 167 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Postal Pav Boost Bill Wins Okeh in House Hike Affects 5 Workers Military Nod Waits Truman 27 house Tuesday voted pay increases for about postal employes and sent along to the White House another bill to boost pay for most membern of the armed The postal pay which goes to the would cost an estimated a The bii raising military puy now ready for Harry S Trumans adds more than annually to fed eral pay roil The house completed congressional action by accepting amendments tacked on by the senate in passing the legis lation The got ready to debate a less costly but more controversial measure to boost salaries of top federal execu The house already has passed the It would increase pay for cabinet members and other upper bracket SLAPS RUSSIA China Takes Reds Case To Assembly LAKE 27 UP Chinas backtothe Truman Opposed wall Nationalist government took House approval of the postal iits nSht against the Communists i to the United Nations Tuesday pay which Truman formaiiy Russia witn opposed through the budget bu was by an overwhelming 332 At the same the United to 2 roll call Only istates announced its support of Wheeler and Clare Hoffman voted against beat Soviet bloc Czech for a place on the security Opposition to the bill had been These lwo diplomatic blows j against Russia promised to pro raised earlier by the post office Ditter recrimina department and also by the civil tions and undercut hopes that the service The commis general assembly session might sion objected on grounds that recognition as a peace as discriminates in favcr of postal semblv employes by comparison with other Notes Accuse Russia government The bill provides The Chinese in identical notes handed to assembly Steel Offers Union 10Cent Package Demands Workers Make Additional Contributions Carlos Romulo and Trygve A flat raise of a year for acculed all plus hourly increases Russia of threatening its inde for workers hired on a parttime or hourly Automatic increases based on length of service and a raise from to a year in the start ing pay of regular postal Automatic Increases Automatic increases for substi tute mail carriers as well as regu lar All field service in cluding would bene Postal employes would get 20 days annual leave instead of the 15 they get pendence and the peace of the far east in violation of the SinoSoviet pact of 1945 and the Behind the diplomatic phrasing was the charge that Russia is ac tively aiding the Chinese Com who have overrun about half the great plains of The notes were delivered at the offices of the high comj mand shortly before noon by Chinas veteran delegation Tinfu observers generally doubted whether the could do any more to stop the advance I of the Chinese Communists than British Boost Profit Freeze Wage 27 Discussing the LDS Relief society 1950 plans in light of the organizations beginnings in 1842 left to Marianne first counselor Belle Spa f and Velma second counselor Ui the societys general The oval painting is of Emma wife of Joseph Smith and first Relief society OLDEST LDS AUXILIARY in the Assembly Temple Reputed to be the oldest nation wide womens organization in the Employes required to wear it did to reverse the Communist forms would get a year ali coup in In some members of the j Pm u N bcvs post i indicated tiie National the raises would be as high as j ists were pinning their hopes on a year for employes with i a moral and political judgment long i by the assembly that might sotne Tne measure was brought be how slow the Communists ad fore the house after 218 members vance in had signed a petition forcing the The steer rules committee to take committee is due to meet Only Trumans Wednesday or Thursday to con is needed to give most members sider the Canton governments re of the armed services a hike in inquest that its complaint be put come next It on the assemblys jammed agenda teachings and admonitions of their will be the first general revision of military salary scales in 40 Congressional Action j IllcIllStlieS Congressional action was corn pleted when the bouse agreed by voice vote to accept senate amend ments to the It proj vides raises ranging from about j n month for recruits with five X All months service to and up aj Xii month for generals withmore than 30 years 27 UP and 2 each A special The senate also passed and sent labor department reported i meeting for certain ward and stake Reach Joty usi Relief Society Opens Meet At Temple Square Today By JACK REED The oldest auxiliary organiza tion of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Relief open a twoday con years work Leone general board and Briant Jacobs of Brigham Young uni the literature 1 Leone general f erence Wednesday at 10 I board and Jean Ridges Truman Slaps Fair Deal Project Foes 27 Harry S Truman Tuesday scoffed at critics of his domestic saying they are just about 160 years behind the Launching a drive for women re Y jQr jjje Labor government an nounced Tuesday that it would increase profits taxes 5 and freeze all forms of income in a desperate effort to hold the line against Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir Stafford Cripps told the house of commons that mass unemployment and poverty were only alternatives to continued austerity and an ex panded soak the rich Cripps opened a special three day session of called to debate ths revaluation of the pound sterling from to move which touched off a worldwide chain reaction of de Impartial observers commented that the speech was more political than economic a possible prelude to an early gen eral 80MIaute Speech At the end of the chancellors 80mlnute the government introduced a formal motion calling for a virtual vote of confidence on the devaluation The conservative opposition de clared it had no confidence in the and appealed to parliament as a whole to vote against its The Liberal party and a rebel faction on labors side of the house also an nounced plans to oppose the gov Conservative leader Winston Churchill will take up the attack The which would determine whether the government must call an immediate was ex pected Socialist Crlpps was peppered with Socialist He de nounced the postwar get rich quick philosophy and appealed to the people to prevent any inter ference with fair shares for Conservative member of Par Oliver work meeting Other departmental work will be J the president said in a White House United the society has a studied in the session membership of It was also in Assembly Visiting teaching will be presented founded March in Thousands Gather I by IbO Mary general board assisted by several i society Several thousand representaj During the social science dcpart tive members of the society have Ezra Taft traveled to Salt Lake City to hear Besides the Relief society general presidency and general board several general membei1 of the council of twelve is to Edith Elliott of the general board also will be A special Indian relations meet authorities of the church are ing has been scheduled for Wednes1 radio broadcast there certain people who denounce his fair deal policies as alien or But he told his listeners Our program consists of meas ures which have come up from the Our program is as American as the soil we walk founded on Principle It is a program unshakably founded on the principle that the power of the government should be used to promote the general I the opposition accused of deceiving the country on devaluation and challenged him to prove that prices could be held Cripps appealed for a vast ex pansion of British exports to the dollar including goods other than the traditional luxury items like woolens and fine Cripps painted a grim picture of the immediate future facing strug gling scheduled to address sessions c the This twoday event will precede the 120th semiannual general con ference of the church Sat1 RELIEF SOCIETY urday and At that general member ship sessions will be held at 10 27 UP J to the White House Tuesday an Tuesday that the first signifiofficers has been called by the other bill affecting members of the armed This will per cant rise in employment this T mil them to draw up to three vear occurred during the month eral priesthood meeting Saturday day at in Assembly Trumans 10minute See Page Column 2 highlighted a program of DemoVAfUl crstic womens day ceremonies marking the anniversary of the date in 1919 when the Democratic National committee voted to admit women to its executive Once Truman re viewed the major phases of his program and pledged to press for Arms Aid Bill Heres Agenda For Today Here is Wednesdays program of 27 UP Housesenate conferees formally agreed on the for arms aid Tuesday but took By RASKIN 28 United States StecJ offered late Tuesday night to meet the 10 pension and welfare package recommended fay Harry S Trumans steel factfining but it demanded that iU workers make an additional contribution from their own pay The companys made just three days before midnight Friday deadline for a strike of steel narrowed the strike issue iteel and the Congress of Industriil Or ganizations United Steel Workers of America down to question Should employers pay the whole bill for industrial or should part of the cost be by workers themselves Divided Jury Told To Try Again On Rose Verdict SAN 27 court jurors re ported late Tuesday night they were unable to reach a unani mous verdict in the Tokyo Rose treason Judge Michael Roche returned them to their He instructed them to re turn to court Wednesday morn ing to resume The jurors seemed visibly weary as they filed intc the courtroom at They had received the case at The Iva To guri appeared pale and trembling as the jury came Unions Ready Rail Strike For October A nationwide railroad strike Social The Truman board laid the prin ciple that and social in surance should be financed ex clusively by it opened the door for worker con tributions if their union in collective that a larger fund waa desirable as a means of expanding the protec tion that union member and their familiei would The steel headed by Philip president of the has listed the assumption by employ ers of full financial responsibility for safeguarding the human machine as one of cardinal objectives in the present Itrike threat No official announcement was made by the corporation of iU The United States Steel led by John Ste company vice outlined the plan to Murray and his associates at a 90mlnute con ference Monday When the meetingwas over group held a session of its own was threatened Tuesday night as preliminary to giving a formal re ply at resumption oj negotiation the steel dispute became more critics and violence spread in the strikebound coal David president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and said hia union may go on strike against every major railroad in the country next He said the object of a strike would be to secure safety on the Iron ore belonging to the CIO issued a Strike call for Wediieadity mid State Troops Move in All available state moved into five western Pennsyl vania mining Some non union coal miners armed them selves for protection against strikers The union ordered iron miners in Minnesota and Michigan to walk off the job Wednesday midnight when bargaining exten sions with all the mining com except Inland CK In the railroad strike Robertson said the firemens union rejects the findings of a pfcsi dential factfinding board that an extra man is not needed to man Diesel Post Armed Guards In the coal fields of western armed guards were posted around many small open with the company at Union Declines The union declined to make any public comment of its but it was understood that there had been no change in conviction that establishment Of contributory principle a According to wellauthenticated the United States Steel Eroposal of meht of six cents an hour for pen sions on condition that supplemen tary payment in an unspecified amount be made by the The proposal also reiterated the companys expressed willingness to make available four ents an hour for hocpitall and social insurance on same contributor The company was reported to lave stood fast in its insistence that a joint study of pensions be made by the union and employer representatives before any pension system was finally agreed Such a study would defer the be ginning of pension payments until next The United Slates Steel proposal was similar to a pension propoul made to the union week by the Follansbee Steel which has 1200 workers at plants in and Copyright TlmM i School union conference Sunday For stake and mission officers misled utical and board members 1 also in the Wednesday Meet Relief society stake and mission j i rtejiei SULJCLV sume auu jjjjssiuu and board members are that Whllp IViat woe I work pay in advance when they j ended 15 when the nations 7 in the tabernacle and the LDS Relief society are transferred from one permani industries added 500000 workers semiannual Deseret Sunday ent station to to their pay The dispute in the senate over The departments bureau of pay raises for federal executives i labor statistics said 43 000 000 I hinges on the amounts of increases persons were engaged in to be factoringtrades and industries on Some senators have objected to that While that was some raises m the houseapproved bill fewer than a year ago I which amount to almost al the bureau said the August 1948 I though the senate civil service total was abnormally hignV committee has recommended the measure and Truman supports Table of Military pay on other obiectives i the highly unusual step of warning posted arouna many smaii 27 a i the Atlantic Pact nations to speed pit Sheriff William Han1 Tne Truman administration was i implementation of the ola of Clarion county said he reported Tuesday night to be in Airliner Kills Hurts 20 BUENOS 7 60 Million Working The census bureau reported last to attend Wednesdays j Principal address at the 10 I member of thV L D S Assembly reported Tuesday night to be m The house delegates agreed to j issued or 60 gun permits to not to make a fourth at the senate bill earmarking nonstrikers but state police feared tempt to avoid a steel to help rearm the pact na the arms might incite pickets to High government officials con and board Qpvtrtpn iUonsBut thev warned that Amerj new cerned with the steel situation said 10 Assembly hallDepart sion to Republican cries that his want a real common defense I 0 stoned trucks in Tuesday night there is no present mentsl meetings literpolicies are leading to a sociaistic PlaiVand w ot futile Pennsylvania areas and massed I intenUon to Seek a new amke spending aimed at strengtheningagainst nonstnking mines in West postponement These de individual I See story on page I dining to be quoted by said Women See Facts Chairman Tom Connally j a Ford Motor i the administration still hopes for Women look beneath the Tex the senate foreign rela1 official confirmed for the first settlement by collective bargain to see the facts tions issued a time that a definite pension offer Assembly partment meetings visiting teach social council of twelve I Marianne first counselor in the society general to the Missionary home out conTtutiona sembly 31 Wo Democratic partv proposes statement on behalf of the senate j has been Ernest j The new deadline for a nation see that the federal government i He said the bill should j executive vice indicated wide steelmaking stoppage is mid I pVifi Ct nnt Homrtnofti Hnn i t tVlP Q111 Vine nff PTAfl r J oVif PKwna tivMHB yet another the world that action demonstration to j that the auto firm has offered night Three times previ iction as well as toward will not j ously this Harry S Tru w We do so in sPite of the words is Part of the American go over the lOc figure in the man has succeeded in winning Barratt 60 outcries of certain people who sav steel strike Ethel general society there is something ie port coincided with these other An ailliner with board velopmenls affecting the nations returning to Buenos Aires from i economic wellbeing a mercy mission in Ecuador i 1The white House reported crashed in flames Tuesday night that the administrations program near Four persons were channeling government con 20 wove and one is tracts into areas such as New the ministry of transporI England which have been hard hit tat ion by mass layoffs has been bene Thp plane had crossed the It said employment has ins snowcapped Andes been stimulated in those L crashed A west of The labor department said 1 the average factory worker was a slight drop in and Nida unemployment from previous i former SwissAustrian T v A isociety will speak rej 8 Hotel Utah Lafayette our Citjzeng me new labor department reigarding the theology phase of the i Those people are just about 160 wr ous in lhe idea f a government MFFT AHHS 37 College 40 East i that works f the wejfare f MASS JVlfcfc 1 AIJlJS lfcJlSIUJ tt UntA TTtdfi Buenos Aires and only 45 minutes away from the airport Many of those aboard had helped j earned a week in victims of the recent earthquake i about the same level which pre in Eva wife vailed throughout the of the Argentine had j This average the depart been at the airport awaiting their j mtnt put in 39 hours to The Eva Peron foundation earn his pay or about 12 Prohibition Forces Triumph Again in Oklahoma Ballot years behind the They want j us to forget the language of the i IMW Reinforces Utah Picket Lines Design for Prosperity Tribune srtriM lieved destined for relief picket Sheriff Nelson inspected picket Carbon i duty in Straight canyon and i Defending the democratic carloads of United I The Helper mats orig gram as designed for prosperity Mine Workers pickets left this Early Wednesday at the mine I inally scheduled for Moose had and Truman said icommunity Tuesday for duty on in Salina canyon it was noted that j to be switched to city park when OKLAHOMA 27 j dry rural counties gave the drys i it js not a blueprint imposed the CarbonEmery coal fields when the fresh pickets had arrived and a lead that grew lo more than j from on high by a little group of mass meeting of 1000 persons were duty the line near the Prohibition forces Tuesday night won their battle to keep Oklahoma legally Returns from 3545 out of 3720 precincts in a special state repeal election gave For repeal Against repeal at one stage of the counti Neither is it a set of broke up after hearing an platitudes concocted by a group for help for reinforcements at The states two largest j of corporation lawyers m a smokean unorganized mine in Salina can Observers in the Salina area were inclined tc discount the Oklahoma City and filled Our program is an I 80 miles to the j Helper rally opinion that it had wet by comfortable But j expression of desires of the Reason for reinforcements the mines intention to move their votes could not overcome the outstate As a Oklahoma and Mis Kulp of leader of sissippi remain the only states the repeal conceded defeat at The repeal fifth spoken of informally as a belief lout for earthquake victims had sent a minutes more than he worked in mission to Carlos Maria pilot of The progress report on tht gov voters since they piit a constii you want it legal the was credited with ernment program was inrlurtprt in j tulional ban liquor upon They contended bootlc rejected by Oklahoma You have it liquor Do through he floor as they did in the used Introduced as a typical Ameramong pickets already on duty The meeting here follewed a visit ican farm Fremont there that an attempt might beito Price Tuesday by Joseph West said on the same broadcast i made by management of the chief of the tJtih highway assigned to Inves at the request of Bracken a claim by Emery County Sheriff Bryant with absolute bans on with Truman that she hopes i to move six trucks loaded with Repeal advocates based their the federal government wil never Apparently many more pick campaign largely on the slogan I again permit farm prices to fall els were dispatched than have been ing many lives by getting persona i a letter from John I achieving statehood in obtain from 1700 to 2000 federal bootleggers Observers said it was incidents had occurred in the out of the burning He was presidential to heads of j lagged from the injured 1 government Early returns from traditionally j dealers license stamps each West said the Democratic that not all of the cars in thearea several days administraliona farm programcaravan were headed for Dudler conferred with over the past Ifi has brought The cars averaged four tolUMW officials and area peace record prosperity to us six miners Some were Tuesday night he and nearly 1000 showed Houston Rock and Frank dis trict president and vice president of the U M were in this region but did not attend the mass meet Neither did The Helper meeting broke up when two men reported reinforce ments were needed at SeVier Val ley Coal A call far was made and met In froupt to select Ways and of financing picketing came up for discuMion at the cpen air Earlier Tuesday Dudler and Sheriff Nelson con ferred on earlier picketing   

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