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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS BtetfM KALL fkiMffe alt WEATHER Partly ctoudjr timed Details 96 SALT LAKE TUESDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Now its Shauna Wood Monday received the crown of office from Clinton Almost as excited as the pretty daysof 47 queen were attendants Cherry and Robyn Richard and Connie Reds Proffer Peace Bid To Catholics By PRESS World communism appears have revived hand policy as a weapon of coun terattack against a bold Vatican The Communist apparently are fearful that their campaign to penetrate the strong Catholic ranks of Europe will be stopped dead in its tracks by the Vatican decree commanding Catholics to avoid Communist The French Communist Moscows bellwether in the issued the signal over the week An echo was heard in the Communists have been strongest anywhere outside the Russian Policy Continues We will continue our the hand extended to the Catho declared Maurice Prances 1 We are sure that the hands that were joined in the battles of liberation will not be Thorez speaks with the author ity of the It was for who first pronounced the Communist stand that Reds would welcome invading Soviet It was Thorez 2 Jacques who read Earl the American Commu nist out of the party a few years It was away back in who first pronounced the outstretched hand policy Thorez made his remarks Sun day at The same Palmiro leader of Italys tried to as sure Catholics they could be Com munists and followers of the church at the same communism does not enter into the consciences of the Infiltration Weapon The original outstretched hand policy was promulgated in 1936 as a weapon of It professed Communist friendship for all who would join a popu lar front against The HitlerStalin pact of 1939 abrupt ly shifted the but it changed again after the German invasion of and the anti Catholic tone of Communist propa ganda was muffled in favor of the popular front ideal of soldi arity against Louis former mem ber of the American Communist Politburo who renounced commu in said Monday night the Communists decided on their cold war tactics and the war on the Catholic church at the same singling out the Vatican and the United States as the chief enemies of the Soviet Budenz said the program in the United States had been to arouse sentiment among Protestants against the Catholics and to arouse sentiment among the Cath olic laity against the When he was high in party Budonz was in charge of an attempt to infiltrate Catho lic He said this attempt CAPITOL PAGEANTRY Lavish Coronation Rites Launch Queens Reign Central figure in adisplay of regal splendor heralding the open of Utahs Wooil Wronflay nignfre ceiVed from Attyi Clinton Vernon the crown which places upon her the honor of reigning over the weeklong In coronation ceremonies at at the state radiant Shauna Wood heard the a symbol of grace and as Vernon placed the jewelstudded crown on her Her coronation was preceded by opening including the posting of colors by Mervyn Bennion post American Legion a greeting by Kate Daughters of Utah Pio and an invocation pro nounced by Thomas presi Days of To the blare of trumpets that announced the of Miss Woods an entourage of 28 of Salt Lake Citys loveliest girls appeared from the state house to take their positions on steps flanking the queens Bearer They were followed by sixyear old Richard Harry son of and Harry 1842 who in his capacity as crown bearer moved with extreme caution and deliber ation to his post at the Completion of his preliminary Senate Okehs Bill On Anns Profits July 18 The senate military appropriations subcommittee Monday approved an amendment to the armed services bill to permit the government to recapture excesparable results SI 11 c nr fn duties gave the signal for appear ance of the queens Cherry Mosiander also was signal another of the days spotting the elaborately designed Favor Mounts To Broaden Atlantic Pact July 18 New pressure built up in the senate broaden the 12naticii North Atlantic treaty by the in dresses6 of thT queens Greece Thursday British spokesmen ready decided upon by the United sive profits on federal The amendment was adopted after Elmer Thomas took the unusual step of callingthe subcommittee back into session on the money bill j meant in affect a cut ofabout one after it already had been quarter of one billion dollars buy Proved i ing in 1948 by the had made snme although in large measure re Bridges Demands Arbitration As Peace Price in Hawaii July 18 UP president of the Congress of Industrial Organiza tions International Longshore mens and Warehousemens promised Monday to call off the 79day old Hawaiian dock strike immediately if Harry S Truman appoints an impartial board to arbitrate the But James spokes man for Hawaiis seven strike bound stevedoring said the employers are opposed to fed eral He accused Bridges of seeking to use arbi tration as a step toward nation alization of industry in the Both men testified before the senate labor committee which is considering emergency legisla tion to end the outspoken west coast union leader who is currently and The senate is scheduled to vote on ratification of the treaty at EST Harry Cain a World War II told the senate he intends to vote for the but he criticized sev eral phases of the pact as it now Cain particularly spoks out against the treatys omission of Franco Spain just he some European politicans dont like the color of Francos Russia Initiative James Kem flatly opposing the said it means that the initiative will be with Russia will be calling the tune for 20 Kem said England and both signers of the Atlantic now have military alliances with and he asked Can we be certain which country Britain and France will support if war breaks out between Russia and the United States Arthur the head of the allpowerful coal miners union in Great has stated publicly that in the event of war between the United States and no coal will be produced in Kem Economy Clement prime minister of Great has said that in economic matters the I British were looking to The chancellor of the rather than to the United Sir Stafford explaining j The Missouri senator contended the formal said that j that the administrations arms forEurope program goes with the pact and he predicted it will become a sinkhole of untold bil lions of the money of the American taxpayers for military equipment in the event of may be turned against Under the Kem went the United States would be obli gated to keep the signatory na tions armed for 20 What would happen if Italy goes communistic at the next election he The Reds would be free to take over use them against In No Position if Russia should de cide to go to she would find we had placed much of our mili tary equipment at her very door where we would be in no position to protect This has already happened In Kem said the treaty commits not only the present generation of Americans but also young men and women yet We agree they will fight to maintain the boundaries of na the people of which may not be willing to defend jhe arid momentarily causingmany of the several thousand spectators to move for With Poise While light rain continued to Queen Shauna appeared from the capitol and moved with grace and poise to the greencarpeted capitol steps leading to her her gold gown and white cape giving a regal background for the brilliant red bouquet she Centralpoint of the coronation See Page Column 1 British Barons Of Finance Don Frugality July 18 monwealth financial leaders an swered Britains appeal for help Monday by agreeing to slice about 25 from their billion dollar an nual spending in the western The emergency action was taken to halt the drastic drain on ster ling area gold and dollar It means the commonwealth na including this year will spend about less than they did in The finance minister of seven British dominions and Southern a selfgoverning said they would recommend to their governments action corn under indictment on charges of concealing affiliations in his naturalization told the committee the Hawaiian dock workers are prepared to stay out for six months if On the other he the strike will be over tomor row ifthe employers will agree to accept arbitration by a presi dential union went on strike May demanding a 32 cents an hour wage The companies first offered eight cents an but later accepted a 14 cents an hour settlement proposal made by a special factfinding board appointed by Ingram Stain back of The union re jected the territorial boards recommendations and the em ployers then withdrew their ac Truman Order 1 TT lightened Military Unity C2 v v PROBLEM Officials Split On British ABomb Bid July 18 officials were reported sharp ly split Monday on the question of giving atomic bomb secrets to the A British foreign office acknowl edgment that it is in touch with officials over general atomic subjects lent added weight to re ports that a preliminary decision on the issue may be forthcoming the final decision rests with There is general agreements here that the atomic energy law prevents giving atomic bomb information to the British or anyone else without the consent of Information Exchange Ban The law also says that there shall be no exchange of tion with other nations with re spect to the of atomic energy for industrial purposes until con gress declares by joint resolution hat effective international safe guards have been set up against heuse of atomic energy for de structive The question of imparting bomb knowhow to the British was re ported discussed at the Blair house lonference of government leaders with Harry S Truman last refused to confirm or deny that Britain has made any direct or indirect request for access to bomb secrets that the American officials believe only this country now British Want Secreta But members of congress who are close to the sajt there is no doubt thai the British want access to developments from which they were cut when the end of hostilities brought a halt o wartime atomic Wrapped up with this question s the matter of obtaining addi ional supplies of uranium for steppedup American production of the The British get half of Bel giums uranium supply under a ontract and its not much of a secret that this country has been to talk the British out of some of their they are only current American Steel Probers Slate First Public Talks July is Harry S Trumans factfind ng board Monday set July 28 for he start of tfew York public hearings in on the question of a ourth round of postwar wage in creases in the steel Chairman Carroll Daughtery told newsmen after a 45minute organr zation meeting at the White louse that he expects cobperation rom both sides in the dispute over pensions and professor of business economics at Northwestern univer also predicted the threeman board will be ready to make its recommendation well within the 5day period specified by Tru Move Averts Strike The board was appointed by Truman in a successful eleventh lotir move last week to avert a hreatened strike in the steel in At Trumans persona re Philip CIO presi lent postponed the walkout until unless the controversy 3 settled by that steel was reported flowing from the nations furnaces at a virtually undiminished Many steel producers began to iut their mills on a standby basis ieforc the industry capitulated last Yiday to Trumans request or a 60day truce with the CIO United Steelworkens Preliminary Meet Chairman Daugherty told re wrters at the White House that he factfinding board will mett in New York July days be ore the formal hearings o arrange for procedural mat ers with union and industry of He said the decision to delay the pening of hearings until 10 days cnce will give both sides ample ime to prepare their evidence for he boards Daughterly said the hearings will be open to the public except See Page Column S Hugh Scott Un der fire since Truman Scott Resigns From GOP National Post July 18 UP Hugh Scott an nounced Monday night that he is Republican national chairman in the interests of a unified GOP capable of wresting control of congress from the Democrats in who has been under fire from hostile factions in the party since the stunning Democratic up set victory in last Novembers presidential said he had called a meeting of the national committee in Washington 4 to accept his Have Full Support He any new chairman se lected by committee will have rny full and unreserved Scott waselected to a fouryear term after Thomas Dewey of New York was nominated as the Republican standard bearer in last years presidential With Scott out of the speculation immediately centered on his probable One possibility is John former senator now prac ticing law in and He is rated among the ablest Danaher has the backing of Robert Taft and would be agreeable to the Dewey faction in the Another ar gument likely to be offered in his favor is that he has not sought and probably does not want the Others Mentioned Others mentioned for the post ncluded Guy Gabrielson of New Harry Darby of Kan Arthur Summerfield of Michigan and Carroll Reece of All are members of the although it is not necessary for the chairman to be a committee Scotts which was contained in a simple one Dage press release distributed by Republican ap parently indicated that opposing actions within the GOP had been able to decide on a harmony candi date to succeed Scott told a National Press club uncheon last week that he would not step down until such a suc cessor had been He said at that time be as glad as anyone when that time Advised to Stay In his resignation announce the Pennsylvania Republi can congressman said he was tak ng the step against the advice of his original supporters and other members of national commit tee who have urged me to re main in Scott also said he believed he had made considerable progress in eleminating disagreements among the Republican leadership and toward rebuilding a united But despite he I regret to say that certain dis sensions Acts to Strengthen Power Of Defense Secretary July 18 Harry S Trmnan Monday issued an order welding the armed forcei into closer unity by strengthening the powers of the secretary of The decree becomes effective in 60 days unless the or house should disapprove it Truman acted upon powers given him by the recent reorganization A short time after he notified Capitol Hill of his acttba the house passed a bill designed to reform and centralize the financial controls over the navy and air in statement accompanying his had criticized this bill as But the house went ahead and passed it unchanged vote and without The senate had passed a broader bill It contained stronger powers for of Defense Louis as advo cated by the Hoover commission on government reorganization and as provided in the Truman order But the house armed services committee stripped this bill so that it contained only a section providing for a new budget and accounting for the armed Save Billion Dollars Backers of this section said it would save more than a billion dollars a Oregon Fire Razes Grain Elevators July18 A wind fanned fire wiped out this eastern Oregon wheatland centers grain handling elevators and warehouses Monday night and caused an estimated dam Two grain a flour mill and two large eight railroad boxcars and two lumber and coal sheds were leveled before the flames were brought under It was this bill the house passed It now goes to a con ference committee a compro mise between it and the senate ver Thus the final shape of the legis lation cannot be Without waiting for the con gressional mills to grind their the president stepped in Monday with his reorganization In it takes up where the house bill leaves off and provides the rounded out unification tight ening that the administration has He said that under the reorgan ization he couldnt effect budgetary reforms by executive Objectives But he says Msorder does the following things The national military estab lishments become the department of The defense secretary will have direction and con trol over the The navy and air force continue as executive departments under their respective The plan or authorize the secretary of defense o change the statutory assignment of combatant roles and missions to thethree Removes Restrictions It removes the onerous re strictions and limitations imposed on the secretary of defense by he present It makes him the sole representative of the depart ment on the national security The three subordinate secre taries are taken off the national security and they lose their right to go over the defense head to deal directly with the president and budget Provision is made for a dep uty secretary of in place of undersecretary three assistant secretaries of a chairman of a new personnel policy board set up under the and a chair man of the joint chiefs of Senate Acts to Up Military Pay July is The pay raise bill for the uniformed was ap proved 9 to 1 Monday by sen ate armed services The group made some changes affecting higher officers in tha bill as passed by the Lowest ranking enlisted men there the would rango upward to brigadier with higher generals celvlng a smaller in Havent Hid When the legislation was in troduced it was explained that of unlike enlisted have not had a general raise for Chairman Millard Tydingj of the senate committee said Sunday he doubts if senators will wish to pass it unless savings are made elsewhere in the military costs to offset He referred the unification bill which will be roned out in conference between the two Committee members said total involved in senate bill s virtually the same as the one approved by the Tips Home Inereaee The senate committee gave the a pay increase over the ipuse cut back the spe cial flight pay of general and flag officers from 210 a month to lieutenant generals and major generals would receive an increase of a month in their present base pay and brigadier generals would be upped a SIREN SONG IN BASS Baseball Star Brands Negro Disloyalty Charge Silly July 18 UP Negro base ball told congress Monday that no American would throw away his investment in this coun try because of Negro singer Paul Robesons Siren Song Sung in The Brooklyn Dodgers hard basestealing second base man said the in at tempts to recruit used another siren method for the most has been un They used to send out young he We had enough intelligence to realize what it was all The first Negro to break into organized Robinson was the final witness at house un American activities hearings on the loyalty of Ameri can Negroes whom Robeson had said would never fight for the United States in a war with Rus For the first time this year the committee waived its strict rule against pictures and newsreel and still cameramen shot from every angle as Robinson Reading from a prepared state Robinson emphasized that he was not defending the loyalty of Negroes because any loyalty tkat needs defense cant amount to much in the long In any he No OM has ever questioned my races loyalty except a few people who dont amount to very As for Robesons statement to the Communistsponsored peace rally in Paris that n American Negro would fight against Rus sia in case of the shouldered Dodger star said He has a right to his personal and if he wants to sound silly when he expresses them in thats his business and not Millions Homeless In China Floods July 18 ports from the flood stricken areas of south central China said Man day the swirling had left millions homeless and faced with There was no accurate report of the number of flood Home Minister Li Harihusn has estimated homeless and but new reports told of entire villages being swept A report said the Tie which flows north into the 15 in a single covering ererythtoif except hilltops and   

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