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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Salt Lake Million Dollar Days Wednesday and Thursday RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL ThrouKh Friday WEATHER Clear and warmer Tuesday and Details on Page 11 18 SALT LAKE TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Steel Strike Breaks at Bethlehem Upper Colorado Plan Approved FiveState Parley in Nods mf Billion Storage Program Ittfe Approval by the upper Colorado river basin states of the billiondollar upper basin storage program worked out by the Bureau of Reclamation was announced The approving the preliminary plan in all its major principles but not in project was taken Sunday afternoon at a joint meeting of the Colorado river basin states committee and the Upper Colorado river com t i The committee is made up of two representatives from I each of five states Colo New Mexico and Arizona and the made up of one representative from each is the official body set up to administer the upper basin Tops Billion The storage plan calls for con struction of nine reservoirs on the main stem of the Colorado and its major tributaries to provide acre of of which acre would be live and of power generating The figured on 1949 would began arriving in force Mon1 exceed one billion dav j In addition to approving The convention proper Wednesday in Newhouse but proiects as follows directors started their sessions Monday and will meet again Tues Delegates Split On Easing Water Laws A conflict of opinion as to how far reclamationists should go in seeking to liberalize the basic rec lamation law was evident as dele gates to the 18th annual conven tion of the National Reclamation the The go slow signal on liberali zation was hoisted by consulting engineer of the Imperial Irrigation district in after Fsveral delegates from other states had voiced suport of a pending liberalizing measure of something very close to Heading jfor Trouble Reclamation is heading into said who pre sumably is in a position to voice sentiments of the California dele There are danger signals ahead which should be Thinking people in the midwest and east arc asking the question What price reclamation there are many groups in the west questioning the wis dom of turning over complete control of water and power re sources to ths federal government under the guise of reclamation with its bait of something for Dowd pointed out that the pending backed by the association and the bureau of was smacked down Reservoir in Utah Flaming Gorge on the Green riv er in Echo Park on the Green river just below the confluence with the The site is in Colorado a short distance from the Utah The Gunnison river This involves a combination of darns still under so the approval covers those which the reclamation bureau finds to be the most Glen subject to certain This which would provide most of the stor age and almost half the power generating capacity of the entire storage would be lo cated in Arizona but most of the reservoir would be in The on the San Juan river in New up tc 000 acre The purpose of this would be to enable New Mexico to get its allotment out of the Study Glen Canyon The Glen Canyon approval was voted subject to 1 a thorough study of the benefits and detri for now operates 2 Historic Hotel at 4th Smith and Main In Salt Lake City has been leased to Western The leasing firm 4 western bv the budget ments the to the states emphatically Bill Goes Too Far The as he con went too It would permit the secretary of interior to authorize almost any reclama tion project he wanted to dream no matter how fantastic and j uneconomic it might be RecI lamation law needs some But should be done on sane Determination of j feasibility and interest comno nents on power authorization i of the upper division 2 alloca Ition of costs between the lower and the upper basin allocation of Zinik Firm Acquires Hotel Chain Leases Williams Building Newhouse in o Purchase of the Williams 4650 by David Zinik Sport ing Goods at was announced Monday by Cook Realty The Salt Lake coni structed n George was sold by Williams and losses between the lower and the upper This reservoir would not only provide a large sttSre of the power and live but a large capacity for silt en which would benefit the lower The most important basic poli cies set up in the and ap proved by the two bodies are Three Projects Here should be made by the congress j i A comprehensive storage de snd not by the secretary of injveiopment for the four upper divi ten Clifford leader in Colorado for many said the pending liberalization Ision states as a reclamation j Setting up of power revenues including the 3 interest com ponent in a special upper basin or something comparable development fund which will be to must be passed if reclamaused first for repayment of the tion is to He conceded that it might need But he challenged costs of the longterm storage Sarah executor for the estate of Clarissa Wil Zinik plans a complete rei modeling program of the premises i to cost between and The remodeling will begin upon expiration of his establish ments present lease at 116 Zlnick Plans Expansion The building will house the Zinik Sporting Goods He said extensive expansion of the firms ski department is The entire ground floor of the structure will be utilized for display and sales of jewelry and sporting The new purchaser said ex panded business during the past 12 years necessitated acquisition of larger Tn addition to an extensive interior remodeling a complete new front tinn projects represented a special subsidy to the Picture on Page 2 will be Old Family Property The which includes Provision for use of the sur 1he view that use of the power in plus in this fund to finance par terest component for reclamaI ticipating The groups also approved initial j participatingprojects for the in basement and two has been See Page Column 7 the property of the Williams fam sincc inio Mr vvilliams said the property was deeded to Frank lin Richards by Brigham Youngj in Early in its history the structure included a tunnel which j was used as an entrance between Hotel one of Utahs leading has been leased for a 25year period to Western operators of several lead ing hotels west of the Mississippi it was announced i Negotiations for the lease were i completed by Holrnan president of Newhouse Realty i and Thurston presiI i dent of Western The hotel will be operated by a corpor ation of Salt City known as the Newhouse Hotel Change Effective Today The change becomes effective I j The addition of the Newhouse i to the western brings the f Wolels c CIO Changes Rules to Cut Red Influence Amends Constitution To Speed Murray AntiLeft Campaign 31 CIO Monday night set up part of the machinery by which some of its leftwing unions may be thrown The constitution committee readied a report to the convention recommending amendments Empowering the CIO exec utive board by a twothirds vote to forbid any Communist or Fas cist from serving on the board or to remove any such person now in Gives Further Power Giving the board further pow er by a similar vote to lift the charter of any affiliate whose policies and activities arc consis tently directed toward the achieve of program or the pur poses of the Communist any Fascist or other to talitarian movement rather than those of the The important question of throwing out unions controlled by Communist sympathizers is ex pected to hit the convention floor by Reports from the resolutions committee presumably also will be used to accomplish the Some observers believe three of the most outspoken leftwing unions will be expelled by the convention itself and others by a postconvention executive board Soon After Pledge The constitution committee re port came out only a few hours after Philip Murray had given a firm pledge in his keynote speech to cleanse the CIO of Communist Only the leaders of some left wing unions remained in their seats as the rest of the more than 600 delegates stood and cheered their None of them would comment immediately on Murrays A frp first opposition developed on the convention floor to President Mur rays written Isador treasurer of the leather division of the United Fur and Leather Work ers challenged Murrays charge of opposition j Murray Jubilant Over Pension Program Okeh By HAROLD WARD 31 jubilant Philip Murray Monday night signed a strikeending agreement for Bethlehem Steel He said he hoped it would hasten an end to the industrywide A monthly companypaid including federal social will go to employes with 25 years service at age 65 or A Bethlehem statement said the agreement was subject to ratification by the Edward StettinlUs Had briiiiant industrial number of operated bv and obstructionism by some left wing unions after that part of the report was Pickman said his union deems it imperative that the charge be He contended his union has always spoken of the president of the CIO with respect and has carried out all our obligations to the Ousters Loom Oil Workers answered Pick mans He noted that no in Heart Ailment Claims Life Of Stettinius 31 Stettinius former secretary of the wealthy young industrialist who quit big business for a govern ment career and helped found the United died of a heart attack Monday over his breakfast president of the CIO land the said the i strike ends at midnight Monday in plants of second largest producer in the The nation wide walkout has idled more than basic steel Steel Offer Less than an hour after the an nouncement United Steel offered to renew nego Big speaking through Benjamin president said a statement We renew our earlier propo sal to sit down with the steelwork ers union in an endeavor to nego tiate a mutually satisfactory pro gram of insurance and pensions for our i Of course we will thft i Bethlehem settlement which was J announced Monday In talking with Mur ray the solid front hat been He admitted that there had been great many rumore of offers from other companies as a result of the Bethlehem settlement which had been in the air for about 48 Answering Murray added Nobody in the government had anything to do with this Points of Agreement The CIO leader pointed out that the agreement provides that the steelworkers cannot strike to im prove the pension plan until after five A strike over could occur after Murray estimated it would cost the company to fi nance for the next five years the jensioninsurance program agreed ipon Monday Murray called the unions gain 12cent package and said the jension part of that would amount to more than a dime in cost to the who became the In government head T at 37 and resigned at 39 to help plan national died at the home of his Juan wife of the president of PanAmerican World where he was a week end had a meteoric career in industry and in government service in the 25 years after he In view of a settlement an nounced Monday the meet ing which I have called for Tues day to which representa tives of Jones and Laughlin Steel Republic Steel and the Youngstown Sheet and Tube have been asked to has been postponed subject to later call if the circumstances justify the Owvhee and If a person finds himself in he then Main snd Richards The tunnel was eliminated in At one Williams re Truman Signs Farm Aid Bill Giving High Crop Supports 31 the Brannnn plan to congress Harry S Truman Monday again next year in the hope the building housed the old signed the new farm law which getting it passed before drop i Salt Lake HeraldRepublican guarantees farmers continued high in price deferred until j price supports on major field 1951 under the new becomes The sale transaction was nego crops but may clear the way tiated through Cook Realty downward prices on eggs and some If congress again reiects thei other table plan next Tru SnlIM Remodeling The legislation was passed in the i man may make it a hot political Completion of the remodeling closing days of the recent session iissue in the congressional election program is expected within the of congress as a compromise bei ncxt three or four tween the Aiken which would Aid Zinik said have reduced price supports gen1 He said his firm would occupy and the administration of Agriculture Charles the basement and ground floors of backed Brannan author of the The second floor Shelves Brannan Plan sial productionpayment Viii be had no comment on the presidents The building now houses offices The Brannan plan would have let Signing of the new of Western Pacific Railroad food prices drop at the grocery j Thenew which now becomes Lee Portrait Studio and Clara M level and kept farm income high effective continues governClawson Apparel thrnuph direct government subsidy ment price supports on the six Zinik said all departments major field crops at 90Cc of parity would be The president it to tubi at least through Picture of building on Pkfe J David Zinik Plans an extensive expansion Boys Will Be Boys On Sleep or No Sleep 31 After a hard nights work hoist ing buggies onto store a fellow needs his But six boys were awakened shortly after 4 Monday in the Hartville community north west of j Sheriffs deputies routed he boys from their beds to finish i Multnomah and Ben json in Portland New Benjamin Mayfiower and Roosevelt in Winthrop in and Georgia in Pleased Over Lease We are pleased to his said Western is excellent ly qualified to run the Newhouse in a manner to make it not only a great hut a center of civic and community life in Salt Lake They bring a wealth of experi talent and resources to many friends for our Waters Among the innovations will be hookup by teletype with all other hotels in the This makes it possible for Salt Lake or Utah residents to make reservations in any hotel operated by Western at no Reservations and con firmations are made without de This drew cheers and the report was approved Murrays statement to the con ventions opening his strongest to date on the left little doubt that at least three and possibly 12 unions whose lead ers are Communist sympathizers will be thrown out of the CIO be fore the week is At 24 he started work with Gen eral Motors at a salary of 44 cenfs an Two years later he was assistant to the In 1941 he became priorities di rector of the office of production director lendIease and then undersecretary of In 1941 Roosevelt named him to succeed 3ging Cordell iHull and Stettinius became the i nations youngest secretary ot I state since George Washingtons ay Operating Changes Some immediate operating 1 up their nights woik by return j changes are planned and a long ing the buggies to their j range improvement program will The sleepy boys couldnt re member buppy belonged to which It took almost four hours to got them ail back in the proper Hartville residents hoped as a Monday nights Hal loween eelebralion would he be undertaken Thurston i It naturally gives us considerj able pride to take over supervision such a splendid hotel as the I he said in explaining i policies of his Along with goes nothingmore than a preview of i an appreciation of our responsibili All Saints Sec Page Column 5 Blazing Bread Batch Sets Off Chain Reaction in Atlanta 31 hatch of bread caught fire in an Atlanta cafe Monday and started this chain of The cook called the fire A speeding fire truck blew a and smashed into several Two firemen were thrown off and critically The fire engine careened down the street and crashed into a truck that had pulled to one Another fireman and track driver Walter Jones were The injured Joe Man ley and taken to a hospital in critical condition Police motorcycle officer Roberts was escorting a downtown parade when he heard that his fireman brother was He turned to race to the His motorcycle collided with Susie who was dashing across the street through the She suf fered back The breadfire was I He said this action was taken i to give these companies time to consider their position in the light of the Bethlehem settle Steel has maintained the position that it would pay up to 10 cents for insurance and pen jsions as recommended by the pres idents steel fact finding But it has insisted that its workers contribute a Announce Settlement In the Bethlehem both company and employes will contribute 2 cents an hour to ward a social insurance program to supplant the present welfare plan which the workers have fi nanced I After a dramatic hotel room ses sion lasting for nearly three Murray and Joseph Bethlehem vice president in charge of industrial went into a news conference attended by at least reporters and interested 21 Ufi The Allegheny Ludlum Steel negotiations broke up at EST without agreement and the CIO United Steelworkers called a strike for one minute after midnight Tuesday The walkout makes another 500 steelworkers idle in plants in New York and Most of the furnaces had been banked j already but steel finishing opera tions had been The company escaped strike ac tion earlier because Its contract ran a month longer than the rest of the industry arid recently had been operating on an   

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