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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS btenMutabi Network Station KALL TbrouiJi WEATHER M II 12 SALT LAKE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Gets Full Report On Walkouts Steel Chief Avers No End to Strike Immediately in Sight 25 UP BATTLE DIN DIES Military Staff Holds Peaceful Session 25 Bitterly estranged admirals and generals sat down around the table Tuesday ift what Omar Bradley called a harmonious meeting of the joint chiefs of Just what they said to each other was kept But the fact that they met at all was considered because there had 1 been predictions that they might Harry S Truman got a i never work together so j full report Tuesday on the j chief worsening steelcoal But j of naval was among the White House said he still those At house hearings he and other admirals assailed had no plans for taking a direct handling of the unified de hand in the two There was some speculation that the president may call the steel disputants to a White House conference later this While there was no confirma tion for it was noted that Philip head of the Con gress of Industrial Organization and its striking steel workers un is coming this way from Cleve land meetings with CIO lead Murray is due to speak at a New York City political rally Thursday night No Progress Report A noprogress report on the steel and coal strikes was aiade to the White House by Cyrus the governments media tion Ching talked for 45 minutes with the presidents as John fense saying the navy was being woefully to the detriment of the national securi who is chair man of the joint thereupon struck back at Fancy Dan ad Bradley Comments When Tuesdays meet ing reporters asked Brad ley How did tilings general the chairman re Was the meeting harmonious answered Was the testimony before the house committee broughtup I have no Bradley It was just a normal meeting of the Bradley left the conference room by one most of the remaining members by anj Guided Missile Laboratory Okek 25 Harry S Truman Tues day signed legislation authoriz ing construction of a guided mis sile research Edward Johnson author of the said it will permit the construction of a special laboratory costing to be operated by the national bureau of He said the laboratory will cooperate with the military services in checking guided mis These are adaptations of the buzzbombs and Vbombs used by the Germans against England near the of World War Johnson said tha site of the laboratory will bn up mili tary He added that so far as he knows it has not been j i O vy tML Ching talked for fivehours but Bradley hastened to Tuesday with vice j discount president of the Bethlehem Steel and John the com panys Ching said I would say it could be summed up in two words no Flam Return Ching planned to return to New York Wednesday for more talks with officials of the Steei Irving chairman of Steel reported no end to the steel strike is immediate ly in told a conference in New York that Steels striking employes have already lost in If this strike should bring on a Olds the public should remember that it was called by Philip the president of the United States Steel did not want a steel strike and tried hard to avert Olds made his comment in a formal statement read at a news conference after a quarterly meet ing of directors of the corpora He Tons said corporation has lost production of approximately tons of steels which in turn has caused a loss of ship public of around of finishes steel ments to the tons Outlining the of No Significance The that they went out the other entrance has no signifi he They always go the other As he walked down a corridor of the huge Pentagon Bradley threw an arm about the shoulder of Rear Arthur director of the joint They talked and Denfeld left in the com pany of Vice Arthur the deputy chief of naval opera and Alfred Gruen army deputy chief of staff for combat plans and Lawton army chief of came out with Muir vice chief of air who represented Hoyt Vandenberg at the Johnson Confer Earlier in the day of De fense Louis Johnson talked over the armed forces row with Harry S but later kept silent about a possible shakeup in the navy high Russ Demand Tito Recall Yugo Envoy 26 diplomatic rela tions between the Soviet union and Marshal Tito moved closer to a breaking point Wednesday as Rus sia demanded the recall of the Yugoslav ambassador to A Radio Moscow broadcast said the Kremlin had demanded re moval of Ambassador Karlo Mrazovic on grounds spied against The demand was handed to the Yugoslav em bassy in Moscow by the Soviet foreign ministry the broadcast Before Dawn Dispatches from Belgrade said Army Slashes Duty Time Of Draftees Advises Extension Of Law Beyond Expiration in June 25 Gordon Gray revealed Tuesday that tol diert serving under the postwar draft law will be released nine months ahead of At the same time he joined se lective service Lewis in pleading for extension of the draft system unless will expire next Gray told the National Guard conference that beginning the draftlaw soldiers will be let out after 12 months instead of the 21 months for which they signed Budget Necessity The shortened service will apply to inductees and 6000 who volunteered for 21 The term of service is being re duced as part of tha armys budget Gray His disclosure ended reports that the army in tended to call for more The last call was in The army secretary said the draft law is an invaluable asset to national defense planning and added that its lapse might be in terpreted by our North Atlantic treaty allies as a weakening of our Hershey asked fpr renewal of the draft system so that American youth can have some forewarn ing and training in case of an other Cut of Gray said the reduced defense budget calls for an arnry of a cut of fromcurrent strength Combat units will be left at levels and the will be felt in overhead and serv ice he Target date for completion of the which are to be maintained through fiscal ii Although the regular jMrmy Is taking this GraysWW a little more money is being asked for the national guard and reserves in fiscal starting next July We are just working on imifiI news of the Soviets latest action cation and it is coming i in its battle against defiant Johnson toid newsmen as he left Tito was received just before the White t The defense chief refused either to confirm or deny reports that Vice Forrest com mander of the Sixth task Moscow charged that during the recent Budapest trial of former Hungarian Foreign Minister Las zlo Rajk it was established that he described as a i chief of naval substantial pay up to 10 cents an hour as its share toward ancelbOWsrysadnthantS i three weeks the companys strik1 ing employes have lost more wages than they would have paid in a whole year into a contributory in surance and pension fund for their own fleet in the would Present Yugoslav succeed Louis Denfeld as in the had Inner artCfttran 1T1 CsnUinOT In Murray was read parts of the Olds statement and asked for his He an swered he would have to have a look at the statement before I would Coal Talks Resume Coal strike negotiations with southern operators resumed at John for a long time engaged in spying and subversive activities against the Soviet It added that he also had made slanderous fabrications against the union in the Yugoslav Mrazovic presently in in Bel He returned there shortly after Russia denounced its 201 25 j year treaty of friendship and mu In Gold Rush Anchorage people have I tual assistance with Yugoslavia set out for the Fort Yukon I last but the oldtime gold hunters here are viewing the gold discovery re ports Defends Cray Committee He defended the socalled Gray committee which recommended in that the army and air national guard and reserves be f ed He was speaking at a convention where national guard leaders al ready have opposed the Gray com mittee National guardsmen have accused the air force of try ing The army will make no at tempt to implement this recom mendation by administrative sub terfuge or Gray Revolt Flares Over Attlee Economy Bid No Belgrade Ambassador Russia had not had an am Experienced prospectors express j bassador in Belgrade since it re the belief that most of the promis1 Jieved Lavrentiev of his du1 Liberals and Labor ing claims already have been j ties and named him a deputy fort men revoited in the house staked out in the area where a eign minister last The 25 fishwheel came up with nuggets head of the striking miners stayed strjke count is too for d is headed by a charge of commons Tuesday against Prime Minister Clement Attleeg Negotiations be tween the union and the northern and western operators collapsed last About were idle in the two Many thous ands more were out of work be cause of coal and steel short Hundreds of coalfueled pas the report that as 200 feet of more down is discouraging Belgrade reports said that the j new austerity pro The Conservatives introduced a Kremlins demand for Mrawvics a recall was not It was pointed out that confidence calling the The Anchorage Times said there i indicated in recent interviews that j program inadequate and in effect was no basis for reports thought diplomatic relations frenzied gold seekers were charter between the two nations eventual ing taxicabs to rush to the jumping off spot for the flights to the Fishwheel The re ports were that the taxi fare hadcarried ly would be broken but that number of steps leading to com disruption remained to be rejecting it The Lib erals introduced a similar Even Laborites Moan Four back and of Attlees own senger trains were being cancelled i Deen boosted above The i Indications were that the a motion a government order cutting j newspapw noted that the P y mtroaHce1 a motlon ageFairbanks train fare by streamliner was only about and an airplane flight was only about SHANT GO HUNGRY services 25 became effective at The American Retail Coal messaged Truman from Chi cago to take immediate steps to end the coal The as sociation said domestic fuel sup plies are running low and cold er weather is on its Under the TaftHartley law the president could invoke emergency proce dures calling for 80day injunc tions to halt the two But the as well as Murray and are publicly opposed to the law and the White House evidently intended to avoid using it as long as Postpone Showdowns There was the that such injunctions might only postpone showdowns in the two labor disputes until the middle of when strike effects would be even Another steel fabricating with the pany accepted the steelworkers check to become the of 40 bers of the Soviet bloc in eastern dejnandjng more substantial cuts Europe would follow the steps of Moscow as they did in denouncing individual pacts of friendship and mutual assistance with UAWs Gift Starts Steel Striker War Chest 25 The United Auto Workers late Tuesday gave the steelworkers union after the CIO ex ecutive board took initial steps to wards setting up a multimilllon dollar war chest to aid the striking steel Walter head of the U A presented Philip CIO president and leader of the carrying out a fundraising cam paign to see to it that no steel worker or family shall go The auto workers have about Murray said he was glad to receive the check but again said his union needed no financial His union has about in its but it is believed Mur ray welcomes monetary aid from in national defense including the abolition of conscrip so that the housing program and social welfare benefits will not be The Labor men called for a com plete new economic program to meet the urgent and long term needs of our Sir Stafford chancellor of the will lead the de fense for the government Wednes day at the opening of a twoday commons debate on the a debate which is expected to be Vote Seen Probable At the end of the Thurs day a vote probably will be taken on the Conservative amend ment and there may be votes also on the Liberal and Labor back bencher The government is assured of Victory because of its topheavy demands for a 10centsanhouc inI affiliated CIO unions to come i are needed in the other unions in case strike funds I commons but political I observers agree that its prestige surancepension package in con through with an actual contribuL Reuthers move was made afterhas hit a new formance with a presidential other ClO notably top brass of the CIO adopted aj The which must pay for finding board j the United Electrical in its preconvention any program finally is The agreement covered 700 emi have issued offers of financial aid meeting pledging full ployes of the National Radiator New Re port of Steel earnings on Reuther issued a statement call ing on all U A W men and locals everywlieM to work with us in organizational and financial sup port of its affiliated unions to the CIO steelworkers strike sines Oat grumbling and it is agreed there has not been such united opposi tion to a government proposal on since the Laboritec took office Board PeeryV Defeat Top Vote Scene Ben Llnfenfelter Out distanced field primary Joe Ohrfetenften Recrea tion leader popular witlt William Wallace Home He qualified for commission lack Running fourth in commission Jerrold Beeafey Runs second in city auditor Holley Incumbent auditor paced Salt Lake FIRST ALLJKTAffiLINER Comet Flies From London To Back450 mpk 25 De Haviliand worlds first alljet flew from London to Libya and back Tuesday in six hours and 38 averaging at and landed in Lon don at eight minutes off his outbound A crew of several hundred me air crewmen and spec almost 450 mile The British for the 2980 i tators broke through police lines to swarm around the plane and planes flashing trialrun performance dimmed the simultaneous achievement on an American which set a new transatlantic speed record of 362 The ultramodern British carrying about a ton of test equip average for the complete Over 501 miles of the outbound it was clocked at an even 500 The cruising speed for which is was The piloted by group John Cats Cunning left London airport at and arrived in Castel at Ha took for ttu return flight cheer Cunningham as he climbed The alljet plane is designedto carry 36 passengers and a crew of De Haviliand officials said Tuesdays test load was the equivalent of 10 Although no Comets are yet in 16 are being built for British overseas airways and the supply The new transAtlantic record was set by a twodecked Boeing sky giant on a regular scheduled PanAmerican airways with 38 passengers Pilot Max Weber of made the over night hop from New York to Lon don in nine hours and 41 Six Cities in Utah Choose Finalists for 8 Vote Voters of six UUh cities went to the polla Tuesday te select finalists for the 8 municipal Highlights of the contest included A strong race by incumbent head of public safety to top the lilt of qualifying in the Salt Lake City commission A thumping defeat of Mayor Har VOTING RESULTS Here are unofficial returns from Tuesdays voting in 187 Salt Lake City Liagenf Christensen William Home Jack Lamont Toronto George Jenkins Tom Ralph Truman Little 5M Frederick 381 Hubert 28C the count for auditor Jerrold Augustus White9Weleh Win Peery Admits Defeat Mayor Har man Peery trailed the field In bid for reelection tc a sixth term here Tuesday as man Peery in Ogden and a strong showing by former speaker of the state house of representatives who qualified in topposition in the Ogden ally The other on basis of unofficial was Harold former member of the Ogden Fails to Qualify Failure ot Mayor Curtis Miner to qualify in the Logan mayoralty trial The survivors were liam Owens and Ora A toe to toe battle between La mont Toronto and C Jack for the fourth qualifying spot in the Salt Lake City commission The unofficial returns Jack a narrow In Provb Incumbent Mayor George Collard and won the right to fight it out for the office in Ute 8 Final Eleettoi In Murray Incumbent Mayor Clifford Hansen and Oral Wil kinson qualified for the final elec The vote was the largest ever cast in the municipal primary in that The qualifiers for the two Salt Lake City commission in addition to Incumbent Lingenfelter and were Chris who finished in second and William who ran in third In the Salt islte City auditor race the qualifiers were Incumbent LtttU who ran far ahead of the field of Jerrotd former cnalrmasi of IBS state finance In Seme Bwtfet The race Jack and anUfonlsts in the state house of representa was so close that the result will be in some doubt until the official canvass is The two were changing positions constantly as the count speaker of the Utah house of repjtcjt gOU1g jnto the leaft when a and Harold west aide district reported and former city iorae fied to vie for the mayoralty in the 8 an hour after returns from all the citys 70 districts were tabulated for the mayor and missioner returns were available for only a fifth of the on the 44candidate char ter commission Voters had been instructed to ballot for a total of 15 and judges faced the task of selecting the 30 high candidates for balloting in the 8 Mayor Peery Concedes Mayor Peery conceded that he had not qualified for final elec offering my congratulations and best wishes to the I wish to thanks to the populace of our Ogden for their support over a period I started as city commis sioner from 1924 to I think this is my fifth term as mayor of said Mayor White Leads Field White led the field by a large garnering 5753 votes in the mayoralty as against 2580 for Harold his opponent in the November vot and 2482 for John Ogden hardware dealer who ran In the race for city commissjon fouryear Marcus Evans fed the field of 13 candi with 2271 His oppo nent in the November on basis of unofficial will be William For Mayor John Barman Harold For City Commission 842 tm Mareiw Edward 1M Harold G Hurry 49t lUplaa 1M Albert 228 George 12X4 Alton William east side district came Commissioner Lingenfelter took a safe lead at the start of the count and increased it steadily throughout the night He made a See Page Columns Records Fall Murray Vote Murray Incumbent Mayor Clifford Hansen and Oral Wilk enson were named to the final ballot next November Tuesday by a record primary turnout of 2000 Murray The vote was near ly 800 above the previous record set in a Murray primary pal election back in Mayor Hansen and son both put on a vigorous pre primary The complete unofficial tally was 1061 Commanding Leads Sherman Freeze and Paul Rose held commanding leads in a fiveway race for two on the November ballot for Murray city Freeze polled 667 and Rose than double that of their nearest In returns gave the qualifying nod to Henry Beckstead and Earl Smlckle for final can didates to succeed Mayor Casper who WM not a candi date for For four year in cumbent David Warner and Melvin Carlson took leads for the two qualifying Lyle Webster and Heber Hart wert tops for two final election posts for two year Fnr Murray Mayor For Murray five out of five two to qualify sen 1051 Stevens 115 Wllktnson For city two to qualify Bell 299 Rose 620Suter 121 Williams For Midvale two to 2 out of 3 districts feck stead 283 Smickle 192 Sargent For fouryear to qualify Warner 284 Brown 21S Carlson 320 Troester For twoyear I ta qualify Hart 280 Gostnaii ITS Webster Kane 114 I   

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