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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Frtflaj WEATHER Cloudy northwest Sunday couth and Details on Page BIO 101 LAKE SUNDAY JULY 1919 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Royal for Days of 47 Shaima above In parade Monday are Robyn aod Cherry Below left ia Connie train Richard crown and Joanne companion train Plane Crashes Two Fliers Perish Sevier July one of them a former Richfield were killed here Saturday when the plane in which they were flying here for Pioneer days holiday crashed on Redmonds Main The plane crashed near the principal intersection as the fliers signalled to friends in the town before Killed were Merrill Roy for mer Richfield flew over the Jensen home then came back to signal went into a tailspin and plunged out of control into a parked truck owned by Merrill Peterson was in a garage at the time and escaped The light plane plummeted to the ground some 25 yards from the home of Miss Little damage was done to Peterson most of the impact appar ently centering on the planes Investigation Investigation had not been corn er Ricntieia pletcd Iate Saturday but officers Harold Ricnland 3aid the craft was neariy out of dent who flying Jiere with j gasoijne they doubted i Sylvester for the Perishes Instantly i was responsible for the I It had not been deter mined who was flying the Hurst was killed instantly Mr was In the when admitted to the hospital in Slyvester died at in a Salina Hospital at tendants said he suffered multiple fractures in the A Redmond Clarion was injured He told attendants of his plan to signal the Jensen but did not given extensive details of the Lester father of Syl vesters and Wayne Wright U V OLC1 ft ajlU VVdVlIC when she was struck by flying hg tj debris when the plane the ig She was standing on a porch about arnuiKemenU are to be 10 from where the craft funeral LAST ROUNDUP Heres Roster For Final Days of 47 These are the events that will bring to a close the weeklong observance of Days of 47 in Salt Lake City SUNDAY Vivian della Chiesa will ap pear as guest soloist in special Days of 47 choir concert at No in tickets MONDAY Annual parade will begin at at Main and South Temple to move down Main to 9th South and east to Liberty Immigrant pioneers will be Utah t honored at Hotel Utah banquet I sons will join the 200voice South j ute to the royal air saying at alumni choir and a 35piece that neverbefore in the history orchestra to tell the story in song Vandenberg Urges Call To Russ for Arms Cut WORLD PERIL Suggests Military Aid During Interim Only July 23 Arthur Vanden berg respectfully urged Harry S Truman Saturday night to begin a new effort to reach an agreement Russia to reduce arms and strengthen the United party leaderWinston Churchill warned Saturday that the Labor j Vandenberg envisaged an arms reduction program under government threatens Britain and many other nations with i dependable guarantees and a curb on the veto Churchill Lambastes Labor Bungling July 23 Utah Reaches 102 Years Into History with a famous past and still not so Monday reaches back to link spirits with those who planned and worked and made it Pioneer will direct attention to the year pioneers emerged victorious from the battle for the year of branching out to found governmental and cultural insti For the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday prime mover in the heroic it was a year of of the founding of the churchs first 19 Story in Pageant Monday night in University of j text at one point to adlib a para tah stadium a cast of 200 per1 phrase of his famous wartime trib chaos and In a speech keynoting the 1950 election Churchill described the present government as a group of wellmeaning bunglers and charged that there was no real difference between the basic policies of the labor party and Communist Both are fatal to liberty as we have known the wartime prime minister He charged that continuation of the socialist experiment in Brit ain would tip the balance the wrong way in Che world conflict between western liberal de mocracy and the forces of aggres semiAsiatic Involves Other Nations If we sink through socialism into economic decline and col not only will our sufferings be intense but we shall carry many other nations with us into chaos and Churchill de The conservative leader spoke a few hours after the publication of a platform blueprint opened the partys drive for victory in the general election expected late this year or nearly in Prime Minister Clement Att lee and labor party parliamen tary leader Herbert Morrison counterattacked telling a coal miners meeting at Durham that the conservative platform is Just Window Dressing Attlee assailed the conservative program as a great piece of window dressing and one of the most dishonest documents I ever It promises reductions in taxa tion and increases in Expenditure whenever the tories think they can capture the votes of the the prime minister Morrison declared that the woolly and reactionary party program will not win the elec tion for the speaking to an audi ence estimated at in a Wolverhampton soccer listed the main planks in the party new restoration of free enterprise wherever and con tinued welfare state services un der more efficient At the same the senate r Republican foreign policy leader said that Trumans armsfor I OR EUROPE Critical of Labor He was sharply critical of the labor which he said was guilty of leading Britain to bankruptcy despite vast free gifts from capitalist Canada and Amer ica and of reckless expenditures likely to lead to widespread un He departed from his prepared Daughters of pioneers will present pioneer dances at noon near State and Street program sponsored by Sons of Utah Pioneers will open at in front of TribuneTelegram This Land will begin at In University of Utah such Final Gene Autry rodeo per said homp The crash omirred in Redi Merrill Vvas born at monds main business and April a son of1 will open at state fair was witnessed by about 12 per Sen Vaec 5 Column 2 grounds at sons who were watching the flying plane just before the said Arranged Signal j Sylvester had telegraphed j from Richland Friday that he would signal his girl Fay j Witness Tells Senators Reds Dominate Secretariat when he and Hurst flew ovsr here en route to July 23 field by i The senate judiciary committee The about half a block Saturday night released secret off Main atood Qf pressed the belief that Commu Witnesses said that the plane jnists dominate the United Nations i secretariat with the support of Court Successor Rumors Flying July 23 While not clnimng any inside in people around Demo Trygve The witness was not No clue was given to his although his testimony indicated he was a He named the Russian assist ant secretary Arkada as one who exercised a cratic national headquarters arejgjienl terror over em passing the word that Harry S Truman will name a The committee in investigating supreme court justice from one that subversive agents of these three among several have gained admission to the whom speculation has toiKhpd United Slates through the former sec After the witness had told of rilary of Joseph the alleged pressure nn per OMahoney he was asked as was it the point you are death trying In make that in the I ions there is a machine Howard McGrath which sees to It that nationals of national any including our Frank whose caused the also a iwho not delegates but merely as ordinary are of Communist persuasion His reply was I think I was observing this since and there must be such sort of organization but I and And at great havoc wrought by such mammoth J Churchill expressed regret that ijnurcniH expressed regret uiai parade will begin its long march stafford through Salt Lake Again the M9 theme will Written by Clair author of the 3947 the producj strauTof bearing tion This Land Be Ours will I have come home to focus attention on formation roost the first local found tect of economic had temporarily broken but added that Cripps troubles ing of the University of Deseretl the University of esj Selassie GrCCtS EnVOV lablishment of the first 19 wards of the Church of Jesus Christ ofi ADDIS July 23 Latterday Saints and Haile in greet sage through Utah of the hordes of new United States Ambassa seeking gold in jdor George expressed hope American oil explorations Depict Events in Song lwill pave way Or closer United Armont choir direci StatesEthiopian tor and pageant musical will lead choral recitations in mu sical background for the events to be Dancing groups will be directed by Ralph cant prove it because people are The to be produced by coming so easily in when theyiSalt Lake and di National greeted by Donald will SECTION A Winston peril in British labor party ASECRETS Solon Pledges Full Fight On Data Gag July 23 William Knowland threatened Saturday to carry to the senate floor a fight to tie Harry S Trumans hands against giving atomic bomb in formation to Great Britain or any other foreign a member of the sen atehouse atomic said in a statement it is his firm be lief that under the 1946 atomic energy act the executive branch of this government and the Atomic Energy commission have no legal or moral right to disclose infor mation regarding our atomic weapons to any other nation with out the approval of the congress of the United Secret Issues The California senator thus brought into the open the issue members of congress said was raised at a hushhush Blair House conference of 16 top government officials with Truman re The question of whether the by his own action could Britain the final knowhow on the making of atomic weapons was said to caused explosive argument at the Europe to be submitted to congress should be confined to a relatively short interim He said any longterm military aid plan under the Atlantic pact should not be submitted to con gress until next and should await development of a selfhelp defense program under the Vandenbergs made in an came as a sur prise on the eve of a presidential message to urge early action on a initial arms aid pro It was made only 48 hours after the senate gave overwhelm ing approval to the North Atlantic defense The approval was accompanied by indications of se rious trouble ahead for the pacts implementation through arms Declines Vole Stand Vandenberg declined to say whether he would oppose or sup port the arms but he made j clear that at this stage the arms plan does not bear the stamp of approval of bipartisan foreign pol icy Underscoring his previously ex pressed concern lest the arms issue overshadow the pact and an af firmative American program for easing cold war Van dcnberg called upon Truman to reemphasize the objectives of strengthening the United as a last calling for a general conference to revise the Step Toward Peace I respectfully express the hope that the president will now reem phasize these other vitally Impor tant objectives and pursue them to the utmost Vandenberg We have taken one great nonaggressive step the pact to ward collective Lets finish the make clear what stands in the Vandenberg used for his sug gested new approach to the col lective security problem three pro visions of the Vandenberg resolu approved by the senate 61 to in That resolution laid the groundwork for the At lantic but also carried these provisions ThreePoint View Voluntary agreement among members to remove the big power security council veto from all questions involving pacific set tlement of international meaning those short of sanctions and Maximum efforts to obtain under the charter agreements for universal regulation and reduction of armaments under adequate and Arms Outlay Plan Skips Atom Bomb July 23 UP The administrations arrms program for western Europe and other nonCommunist nations includes approximately for new but no atomic waa dii closed Saturday Harry S Truman will aend the 3000word message to con gress on Monday with an appeal for its speedy approval to build up western Europes defense against The pro grams main purpose Is to bolster the North Atlantic defense ratified by the senate on Thurs But of the total proposed ex would be spent on arms for such nonpact nations as the Philippines and Defense and State department officials said the arms legislation will state that nothing contem plated in the program would vio late the provisions of the 1946 atomic energy Refund Blanks Due 29 For July 23 The government will start hand ing out the longawaited applica tion blanks for its life insurance refund Veterans Administrator Carl Gray said Saturday the forms will be available on that date in every post every of fice and at veterans service or Just mail in your application filled out as completely as you possibly Gray advised in a Then wait until the checks start out some time in January of next About present and former policyholders and their de pendents will share in the pay ments through the poli cies issued from 1910 The money represents an eight If after efforts dependable guaranty against vioyear accumulation of in ef have been overpayments of The death rate has been lower than the standard table upon which the premium rate been It doesnt matter greatly if the veteran does not know the num ber of his insurance Gray have been made to strengthen the present a gen eral conference for review of the Truman rejected an earlier similar proposal by Vandenberg on grounds that arms reduction is impossible until such time as the Soviet Union drops its opposition to the Baruch international con trol plan for atomic There were indications that while Knowland spoke only for ho had the if not open backing of most of the Republican members of the sen atehouse committee as well as some of tho Democrats on that Vows Full Opposition Knowlands statement follows It is my firm belief that under the atomic energy act of 1956 the executive branch of this govern ment and the Atomic Energy com mission have no legal or moral Saturday a secret diary in the right to disclose information rej perccnter inquiry mentions Veterans who do write in to the will only delay their own because it will delay the production Percenter Diary Probe Shows No July 23 Clyde Hoey said garding our atomic weapons to I any otier nation without the ap1 some 5 nroval of rnnirrnss of the doesnt necessanly indicate the congress but are of this He also asserted that Cornmube open to the public without according to Irma Bit pageant committee Also at Monday will be the final performance of the Days of 47 rodeo at state featuring Gene Autry and his worlds championship rodeo per Parade at Pioneer day opener will be the hiRh officials wan resisting I annual street scheduled the pressure put on from the top begin promptly at and from the Russian assistant twohum course down Main He testified 9th South as thousnnds of nist influence could not have de veloped as it has if there had not been pressure from the top of the secretariat of the secretary gen eral so that even of dem ocratic who dont like to lose their become in struments of the Communist ap paratus or are frightened to re sist The witness said none of the i proval of the i United congress of the Until the approval of congress are connected with any improper Intermountain 7 has becn obtained or unless suit At tne same a senate of Drama 11 I able worldwide approved who had studied the vol in 10 by the can be uminous notebook said it abso sa envisioned by the Baruch pro1 lutely contains nothing that m posals for international atomic criminates I shall vigorously op The now in the hands of I as a member of the joint j the senate investigations subcorn i committee and on the floor of was kept by James 1 the any effort to transmit i a former army officer and such atomic weapon information War Assets administration em to any other nation on the face i A Massachusetts mamitac turer has asserted he paid Hunt Local 12 SECTION B Local 18 Sports 37 ComUtahns gather in Salt Lake City secre to watch the tary general from was Adding variety to the long that one who did a mnnder fired as a brought by result of pressureOf riding Indian Sobolev and that dancers and bands will bo 16 clown j Features Mines and Markets Deaths Classified Advertising SECTION Society SECTION H Garden Farm Letter Model Home SKCTION SI 10 1117 18 of the Issueof wereaeU injecting a comedy I Miisic for help in seeking a government 112 Once the information is im The Paul 2 parted it can never be said in a copyrighted story in the 8 1 believe this issue is of great New York HeraldTribune that magnitude to the future of our Hunt claimed friendship with gov Opposition to revealing ernment and that he 1R weapon information without con worked for a Hunt has denied to Washington agents who hire out to help get government usually for 5 of the gross pro The practice ia not Two army major generals al readv have becn suspended as a result of the subcommittees pre liminary They are Herman the quarter master and Alden chief of the chemical The detailed contents of Hunts diary are a closely guarded se but it reportedly contains a daybyday account of his business and social Hoey is chairman of the senate subcommittee which is getting ready to hold public hearings to learn whether influence figured in the award of government con Referring to Hunts told reporters The number of people men tioned in it include some govern ment some members of But that doesnt necessarily indicate that spread to explain his See Page Column 71 5 j be my any at empt to sel with 1111 im j The term 5 percenters refers I proper   

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