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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS IM btonnoutafa Network KALL Tkmtf fe alt fib tin WEATHER Cratiued etoirilMM ittag daytime 7 SALT LAKE FRIDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Warns Industry To Speed Labor Peace Blinding Storm Exacts Toll on Streets of Typical of series of accidents on Salt Lake City streets Thursday as falling snow made driving this twocar collision at North Utah Snow Hampers Delays Harvest By BILL SYMONS Winters early thrust at the in termountain states Thursday spilled snow over northern made travel difficult on aome ma jor highways and continued to delay harvest Although snow was continuing early Friday in the Salt Lake the storm was expected to subside during the Slowly rising tem peratures are expected throughout the area virtually remov ing danger of crop Reports of severe blows to crops in Utah were refuted Thursday night by Harvey Dastrup state commissioner of who said There is no cause to be great ly alarmed about Heavy Frost Danger Despite delays in severe losses will result only if there are heavy frosts before the storm lets Dastrup Both sugar beets and the only crops not yet harvested in can withstand temperatures well below those yet he Assurance that lower tempera ASSEMBLY NOD French Install New Premier 20 UP Rene 54yearold financial ex was confirmed by the na tional assembly Thursday as Frances 14th postwar a radical won the assemblys vote of confidence by a vote of 341 to This gave him a margin of 30 votes more than the 311 he The vote gave Mayer the green light to go ahead and form an other middleofthe road It will replace that of former Premier Henri which fell two weeks ago on the wageprice Mayer had to overcome last minute Socialist opposition on his economic program to Only the Communists voted against but there were many absten tions by rightist tures are not in sight came Thurs day night from the weather bu predicting slowly rising temperatures both in the Salt Lake area and throughout But despite generally improving weather Utah skies will remain cloudy Friday and no rapid clearing is in Continuous snow in the Salt Lake area Thursday was expected to diminish to only scattered flur ries in nearby mountains by Fri Precipitation mounted to for the 24 hours ended Thurs day at pushing October precipitation to more than an inch above Wider Range Expected A wider temperature range Fri day is expected to bring a maxi mum of 47 degrees in Salt Lake six degrees above Thursdays But frosts are likely Satur day with a 28degree Low Friday morning was Snow continued to fall late Thursday night at Brighton and increasing snow depth to an estimated 30 Airlines in Salt Lake City re ported nearly normal operations with the storm causing some slight to considerable de lays in Full resumption of normal schedules is expected Skies Clearing A temperature drop to about 25 degrees in Provo was expected early Friday Occasional light and scattered snow flurries in Utah valley Thursday kept skies intermittently dark and but clouds had scattered toward the horizon by Road conditions throughout the state were improving by Thursday according to the state highway It reported that chains are not needed on any of the main highways in the but light coverings of snow on highways 40 and 50 have made road surfaces Or dinary precautionary measures were advised by the But with heavy snow fall re ported in mountain the state fish and game department urged hunters going into higher elevations to equip ears with See Page Column 1 Marriage Reform Group Raps Elizabeths Stand on Divorce 20 ists on British marriage problems split up Thursday over Princess Elizabeths attack against evils of Britains Marriage Reform com mittee deplored a warning by Princess Elizabeth to the Mothers union Tuesday that divorce threat ens the stability of British family We have observed the state ment with said chairman of the commit tee of sociologists and lawyers seeking to liberalize British divorce But the Marriage Guidance whose 100 branches throughout England attempt to build happy defended the royal Very said its general said what Princess Elizabeth told the Mothers union was very much to the and we would like to hear more speakers like Buckingham palace declined Nothing further was heard on the subject from the 22yearold heiress ap parent to the British throne who is married and a mother Her statement against what she called Britains falling moral standards was one of the strongest ever made by British which usually avoids discussing social or political problems in pub The Marriage Reform commit tees statement was equally un Ordinarily the only Britons who criticize members of the royal family are the relatively few antiroyalists or California and Emery resulted In injury to three Property damage In the days Zl accidents soared to nearly Medina Sentences U Top Reds In Today NEW 20 NYT Judge Harold Me dina will impose sentences Fri day upon the 11 Communist lead ers convicted last week of con spiracy to teach and advocate violent overthrow of the govern A question for the judgeto decide is whether the maximum penalty provided by law is five or 10 years in plus f The 11 were convicted un der the Smith passed in 1940 with a 10year They were indicted in July 1948 when this maximum was still ift ef A month in a general revision of federal con gress reduced the maximum to five Defense lawyers have asked Judge Medina to rule on their motions to set aside the arrest judgment or grant a new They have announced they will also ask him to fix reason able bail pending Truman Hints Tax Boost Bid in 1950 Considers B29 Fleet To Aid Britain 20 defense department spokesman said Thursday night that con sideration is given to pro viding B29 bombers for the United Kingdom under the new military aid There was no immediate indica tion how many superfortresses might be turned over to the royal air force if the American govern ment decides definitely on equip ping England with such planes to augment its striking the United States air force now has more than 1000 B29s in cocoon a pool from which it could draw for arm ing the R A F or other members of the Atlantic The U S A F still uses B29s in the majority of its long range strategic air force but is slowly replacing them with B36s in the medium bomber class like the with B50s and new jetpowered B47 negotiations for transfer of B29s to Britain are being conducted at diplomatic levels between the state depart ment and British foreign with the U S A F and R A P sit ting in as interested The wartimedesigned super fortress would give R A F a reaching distance to virtually any point in Europe from bases in Eng The original range of the B29 has been stretched by more pow erful engines and other improve ments until currently the plane is officially described as having a combat radius of over 2000 miles combat radius is the dis stance to a time for ma neuvering during the flight to the getting into bombing posi tion and return In long range B29s have recently flown distances of over 8000 The over 2000 miles combat radius can be flown with a bomb load of five tons At shorter the B29 can handle bomb loads as high as 26 tons also it can deliver the atomic 20 Harry S Truman said Thurs day he may seek a tax increase next year aa the only way to bal ance the budget but congressional tax experts countered that less spending would get the same re Truman told a news confer ence that government must be pulled out of the red and that it may require tax revision because weve got to find the money to run the He said that if there is any way to meet government expenses except by taxes hed like to hear about Urges Spending Cut Chairman Walter George of the taxwriting senate finance promptly SUITi gented elimination of some taxes that are a burden on business ex pansion and cuts in federal spend Chairman Robert Doughton of the taxoriginating house ways and means said he didnt think the people will stand for more taxes unless fed eral spending is cut Daniel Reed ranking Republican on Doughtons predicted congress would overwhelmingly reject any tax hike next He as serted that spending should be cut and taxes lowered Constant Tax Raising Eugene Millikin ranking Republican on the senate finance pro tested that the administration policy is constantly to raise spending and He said con gress would never be able to raise taxes high enough to finance the presidents spending A presidential request for a tax rise in a congressional election year would meet stiff But some congressional leaders see some chance of a general tax revision bill next Speaker Sam Rayburn has said some boosts may be voted despite the political hazards Ike Says Unity Spells War Mastery 20 Cffl of the Army Dwight Eisenhower told the nations quarreling military chiefs Thursday that a unified Amer ica can lick the le counselled them to stop name Setbacks must be expected m unification as in Eisenhower but he declared with great earnestness I just believe that from this moment on we can make unifica tion Top navy admirals have ac cused the army and air force of ganging up under the unified defense setup to deprive the navy of its offensive Generals in turn have lashed back at the navy Vinson Hits Tactics Testifying with Eisenhower be fore the house armed services com Mark Clark urged the ruthless elimination from the nations military establish ment of those who do not in unification of the armed We may lose the next Clark if we dont settle this unified command With tempers growing ever shorter in the house Chairman Carl Vinson turned his against of Defense Louis Vinson accused the civilian de fense chief of putting the cart before the horse in working out military budget requirements in an arbitrary manner dangerous to national Walt Johnson Talk I think the congress is going to have to take the reins in its own hands and decide defense Vinson announced at the end of the days l Referring to Johnsons economy Vinson hinted that the secretary was evading budget making orders from congress based on national defense require Strikes Imperil 200 Executives Told 20 before tone 300 of Americas top executives Thursday night that there is not a bit of sense in the world to the current steel and Harry S Truman warned them to reach an accord with labor before the nations economy suffers The president spent nearly Dwight Eisenhower and lick the Military Aid Seen in Attlee Plea9 20 UP Prime Minister Clement Attlee disclosed Thursday he will ap peal directly to the British peo ple for support of a new austerity program that may look to the United States to take over some of Britains over seas military Attlee will present his new economy program to the house of commons on Monday and will broadcast to the people over the British Broadcasting net works In the He also agreed to twoday commons debate on the austerity measures beginning Wednes Attlee visited king late and it was believed he presented an outline of the budg et cuts threshed out in a series of top level meetings through out the past He said Johnson and of the Treasury John Snyder were getting together and fixing ar bitrary ceilings on th See Page Votes Seat In Council To Yugoslavs NEW 20 Yugoslavia was elected to the United Nations Security council with American support Thursday over the candi date of Premier Josef Stalin and the The second ballot in a tense general assembly election gave Premier Marshal Titos govern ment 39 enough to Czechoslovakia got This result cut short Kremlin hopes of dealing a blow to Tito on a world It provoked a redfaced outburst by Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Vlshinsky Shouts Ignoring Carlos Romu los steady gavelling to shut him Vishinsky shouted from the rostrum that the election was il a violation of the and a violation of a gentlemens services Agreement big j TJ hours at the Statler hotel here at a reception and dinner given by the and Kroeger organiza a private industry group devoted to analyses of business Featured speakers included of the Treasury John Chairman Thomas Mc Cabe of the Federal Reserve sys tem board of and Gwilym president of the Westinghouse Electric Xnimaa Talk Secret Trumans remarks were Reporters were not admitted within the congressional room of the Statler where he Police and secret service agents were stationed at every entrance to the room to keep out the The United Press account of what the president said was ob tained in Interviews with dis tinguished industrialists and gov ernment officials Some of Trumans words could be heard In the anteroom outside the banquet hall as he spoke into a public address system Warns Industry Addressing men who virtually control some of the top Industries of the the president said In voice that rose sharply In vol ume and timbre If you gentlemen wont sit Navy Brass Trade Glares 20 There wasnt even a nod of recog nition Thursday with Omar who has lashed out at the navys fancy passed two admirals at the Bradley was on his way to the house armed services committee to revise some of the testimony he gave it Wednesday on differ ences in the armed As he stepped out of an elsvator in the old house office he almost bumped into Vice Arthur Radford and Avoid Greetings Nobody The admirals turned quickly Bradley headed just as quickly on his own About that time Mark Clark came He and Blandy managed a Radford wandered off down the came back and offered his Clark moved Into the commit tee where he was about to become a looked around and inquired with a grin Wheres the electric chair Before Clark arrived the com mittee heard Lawton Col army chief of deny that the army is plotting to whit tle the marines down to a mere police force and to de prive the famed leathernecks of their right to fight Collins Denies Charge Such was the gist of charges aired before the committee on Monday by Clifton marine corps commandant Collins told the committee Some of our marine friends have misrepreseirwl the armys We have no slightest purpose to impose the armys will upon a sister Collins said the socalled Col lins plan of by Cates as an effort to hamstring the developed by a joint group and was not the prod uct of any Ecuador and India were elected to the other two coming vacan cies on the security council on the first slated to succeed Ar got 57 out of 58 votes India won 56 votes and will succeed on the first got two short of the required wothirdsmajority Czechoslova kia got 20 Afghanistan one and the Philippines All the voting was Final Vote Close Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia were contending alone on the sec ond ballot There were 59 ballots all the one not was registered M That left 58 valid The twothirds majority was 39 and Yugoslavia just made the There was no indication of which countries switched from Czechoslovakia to Yugoslavia on the second A British spokesman said the British delegation supported Czechoslovakia on both The American stayed with Yugo slavia all the way as Informed sources indicated Can ada voted for Picture on Page 8 down with the people who work for you and work out your prob there is something wrong with Trumans voice then dropped somewhat according to mem bers of hisl he said that labors responsibility in ending the coal and steel strikes was equal to that of The president finished on a stern national responsibility for all groups In the production pic He said he full confidence in the prosperous wel fare of the Sees Program Success This is going to his said nf the program he has long fos and dont think it Sponsors of the dinner forum were reluctant to saymuch about what the president Some of the industrialists who were present said they thought Trumans remarks Thursday night constituted one of the toughest speeches he has made When the president left the ban quet shepherded by officials Of the organization and secret service a reporter broke through to ask what the chief ex ecutive had Truman an Nothing at Congress Leaders Absent Congressional leaders were con spicuously absent from the din about which the White House press office had said nothing to The guest list read like a who s who of big A printed program listed the hosts as Arthur Arthur Helwig and Arthur all top executives of the Standard Railway Manufactur ing Co of Also on the list of hosts were Willard board chair man and Robert presi dent of the Standard Steel Spring of Ching Raises Accord Hope NEW 20 The first hint of a break in the steel strike emerged Thursday rom governmentsponsored diation director of the federal Mediation and Concilia tion made a guarded statement that the chances for settling the costly tieup were ew not From other U was learned that the mediators evolved a new which they might prove acceptable rath sides in the dispute over em ployerfinanced pension and social The hints of which were coupled with official warnings against excessive came as Harry 8 Truman reit erated that he had no plans for uelzfng the strikebound steel or coal William as sistant director of the and eter Its general have been meeting with steel cor with Arthur unions general Little Old Lady Finally Views Son on TribunalTom Clark 20 little old lady with a cane made a second try Thursday to see her son sitting on the supreme court this time she She is Jennie from Her son is Justice Tom Clark first went on the bench but Clark could not make it to Washington So she flew here in time for last Mondays court She sat in a special section reserved for guests of the At Justice Clarks home a friend asked how she enjoyed the It all grand in that great court ahe but added casually that of course could not aee Toms place on the high bench is at the opposite aide of the court chamber from where Clark She it short and the bench is Her it turned of crim curtain back of Clarkf Thursday afternoon Clark was escorted back into the court This time she sat directly in front of her in a bronzefenced section where until Thursday no one other than a lawyer had ever She taw Tom clearly this poration representatives for two They have also keML in telephonic communication with Philip president of the CIO United and in personal touch the Ching who has been extremely reluctant from the start to build up too much hope about the chances of successful confined himself to a single cau tious sentence when Thursdays conference with Steel re cessed until 11 We do not want to create the Impression that there is a basis for the cfdef federal mediator but the situation is certainly sot Coal strike pstfe Acheson Tags Soviet Union As Aggressive NEW 20 of State Dean Acheson Thursday night branded Russia the aggres sively imperialist power of our The Soviet he is trying to extend its dominion wherever it is able to do so and to spread confusion and disinte gration In those parts of the world beyond Its Acheson discussed foreign pol icy problems in a speech to Alfred Smith Memorial founda tion dinner Appeals to Public He appealed for popularunder standing of great foreign policy He said it is the acting directly through public opinion and through who decide the contours of our policies and whether those policies shall forward or waver and It must not be afraid to ten the truth when that is painful and as it was in the white Acheson It must not be afraid to recommend and fight for courses which aw hard and long when any other course would be a deception and a TwoPrlmdples Two Acheson help in working on the of foreign which he de clared fall into two One set of problems arises from the conduct in international affairs of the Soviet Union as UM aggressively imperialist of our seeking to expand ita and to cause conruslosi and disintegration where its rasp fall Second are the political whiek as in train tfce ruption of war and changed rela tionships with ports of in tram a groat awakening of peoptos to a new revulsion against the of poverty and tad to a consciousness of MttosMl M
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