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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS SO Intcrmoontain Network Station KALL Through frlday 102 WEATHER Partly cloudy Monday cooler north Details on Fage 17 SALT LAKE MONDAY JULY 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Truman Will Urge Full Arms Fund Declines to Approve Slash Despite Congress Opposition July 24 IP Harry S Truman re fused Sunday to slash his arms for allies program in the face of a swift wave of congressional senti ment that it be held to stopgap size until a unified defense is worked Charles White House press said the program will go to Capitol Hill Monday as This was his reply to reporters Inquiries whether a statement by Arthur Vandenberg of Republican foreign poli cy had changed the pres idents Vandenberg proposed that a small scale program be tried j at Meanwhile a defense com jnittee to work out strategy un der the North Atlantic treaty could go to Opponents Mount Ross did not discuss the sug gestion of the Michigan I who said he would withhold final decision until he saw Trumans But the idea of a trimmed down program at the start gained re The president will urge that the give friendly and out of the North Atlantic al for Military planners say such equipment could be expected tc I include radar to detect attacking fighter planes to oppose attacking bombers and cooperate with defending ground rifles and cloth I In Truman will ask dollars to help allies develop their own arms Hold Russia AJm Advocates of his program con tend it would enable friends abroad to defend themselves against a Russian attack while the struck retaliatory blows with longrange bombers and Colorful Parade Today Climaxes 47 Events CURBS Senate Forms Battle Line On ECA Plan July 24 Senate leaders lined up Sunday to j i knock out a series of restrictive amendments to Uie foreign aid at the same time boosting its total at least I think we can beat all the amendments and make the addij Majority Leader Scott Lucas said as he called for pas sage of the multibilliondollar measure by Backing up Lucas are Chairman Tom Connally of the foreign relations committee and former chairmen of Arthur Vandenberg and Walter George Week of Debate Revels in Excitement Of Postponed Celebration In a quiet manner befittingits Utah observed the 102nd anniversary of its settlement But Monday the Beehive state will forget its years and revel in the excitement of a post poned Pioneer day In Salt Lake focal point of the a mammoth parade will begin a colorful march through the downtown area at to touch off a clay crammed with Dazzling some of the most radiant of Utahs young wardancing brass everything a state can think of to thrill and to create unforgettable entertainment wit be brought into These are planned for Monday But in addition there Is Tydings Backs HickeiJooper ABombBattle July 24 But it make take a week be Millard Tydings Principals Rehearse for Spectacular March in Celebration Rehearsing Sunday before Bryce float of D S 10th ward at hnnifi of Robert Child are pnstai band left to Beverly Caroline Chapman jMarleni Slarylyn Verlyn Dartane fore we settle all these contro George told a Leading the opposition is vet eran Kenneth McKellar chairman ot the ap propriations committee and presi dent pro tcmpore of the He is backing up his committees action in adopting several contro versial Others are Storm Gloria Huge Public Works Plans Stalin Path Due tO Hit In Church Fight Shanghai Port typhoon die China sea toward the thickly populated Chinese coast threatening the port of Shanghai naval power and mobilized With winds up to 125 miles an They argue un less allies are equipped to fight such a holding Russia might sweep over Europe and the middle east and compel this coun try to defend itself without bases near the Critics are on the other that countries getting arms under the presidents plan would be overrun by Russia in case of I tive population whose wooden and In that they the i thatch homes were far fhmsier July 24 munist Premier Antonin Zapo tocky Sunday bluntly defied the TOKYO Julv 24 Vatican and pledged allegiance Gloria roared across of Czechoslovakia to Soviet Prime Minister Josef In a speech Sapotocky said that if Czechoslovakia is faced with a choice between Moscow and her answer would be Zapotocky stated his defi ance of the Vatican in the em bittered statechurch fight at a meeting of trade union ists at northern Bo hemian town in the former German Rule Out Boondoggling bobbing up on the floor Usually the senate goes along with decisions of the powerful 21 membcr appropriations Lined up with McKellar are a potent group of but its strength remains untested pending actual roll call Bills Characteristics Here is how the bill as approved and Bourkc Hickenlooper Sunday joined a congressional drive to block any sharing of atomic bomb secrets with Britain or other Atlantic pact Statements by the two mem WASHINGTON Julv 24 UP boondoggling projects in the last by the committee breaks down I i ITTO ifln nnn fho encrgy committee brought fur ther into the open a major nation al policy dispute previously con fined to supersecret conferences at Harry S Trumans Blair house residence and in the Tydings asserted in a radio broadcast that it would be fool i ish for nations allied with the lUniecl States in the Atlantic pact to duplicate this countrys vast atomic project even if they the government should have depression because to launch a huge public works program to combat a severe dc Ipression there will be no excuse I for boondoggling make work officials said They estimated that The typhoon left a mass of wreckage on the island of Oki nawa where one American was killed and several others injured in winds up to 143 miles an Communications were out on the island and there was no estii mate of casualties among the naj weapons Indications are that the presi dents program genera lines hat they the inauun HUUICD would fall into Russian than the armys typhoon proof far will follow these j east air force chief of said first reports indicated the heaviest for technical j damage at the capital city of Naha training and assistance to he said was 50 de pean partners in the North Atj i The air force planned to send a plane to Okinawa Monday with for the sectond plan ending time to draw up theintricately This includes detailed plans and specifications j The Economic Coopera for enough legitimate public i tion administration asked works to provide jobs for the mil lions out of The breakdown of projects which lantic Arms Production to stimulate arms production in for arms and tech nical training to countries outside the Atlantic including Greece and This engineers to check the Air force communications were j maneuvered Sunday within five even if there is no The hitch is that only a tiny 3 per been blueprinted in enough detail so that work could be started on them Only Years Reserve Officials of the federal works agency said the shelf of planned federal and state projects is now down to about And with the outlay on federal works at all levels of government now running at more than 000 a that is less than a one year Harry S Truman called attention to the situation in his Communist and Nationalist armies recent midyear economic report state and city governments havejstates and cities have indicated a backlog of j they need was listed as worth of public works which are considered necessary or sewer systems and water public docks and ware houses recreation i Chiangs Army Baits Trap At Chaiigsha HONG July 24 disrupted when the violent winds j destrojed radio The air forces central weather i miles of formerly the Nationalists chief base in South said Gloria would hit central in what observers the program would give the cast coast of China during the j believed was the prelude to a de the president considerable flexi probably centering around cisive i bility to combat Other countries to get aid under 1C might include the Siam the Netherlands and Indonesians should settle their 100 miles south of with undiminishcd A second re ported forming earlier He said the current business slump does not warrant a largescale public works program such as that undertaken by the New Deal ad ministration in the early But he added that it would be dangerous to neglect the precau tion of preparing a shelf of ready differences and ask arms to fight was located at 60 miles west of The Nationalists apparently were togo trying to draw the Communists Gete Qnick Attcntion into then close a pin His recommendation received cers from the north and the Saipan and 130 miles north of moving almost due west at six miles an hour with 100 mile The along peared to be planning to develop both Changsha and 100 for use as an emer gency for In the program is ex pected to include authorization for the defense department to act as agent in the purchase of of arms for LatinAmeri I the Communist victory but that j which can This moncy would the typhoon would strike Shanghai j i i T A j WpnfVfiniT SI quick attention in Both maneuvering the house and senate public works a much wider ap Soviet Assails ExAlly Tito In Bitter Note and the committee cut off for the April quarter of the Marshall This is a reduction of in the amount ECA for the armys pro gram of government and relief in the occupied areas of Japan and the Ryukyu The committee knocked off 10 or for GreekTurkey a cut of or on Aid for continuing a watchdog committee on foreign George and Vandenberg already have accepted a cutback of about or more from most production secrets since than in the It is sought to restore the July 24 000 Otj0 cut off ECA for sia Sunday bitterly assailed itsith quarter of this any for en1 nouse allowed this full in backstage jn bm backstage tions with Great Britain over j Paul Hoffman Yugoslav territorial and economic I sRJd the moncy already is spent or I so the senate cut actu the Soviet ajiy mean another demands on Moscow radio said attack was contained in a note dej must come out of the second fis Hvered last Tuesday to Marshal ca years ally a more substantial purpose and a more inspirational The Days of 47 arc not essentially a mardi are to tell the story of a fight for freedom and then a fight for The Days of 47 and Its parade climax will detail for new genera tions what men and women 102 years ago believed and how they founded a new empire and what their vision and courage mean to Foremost among this type of dis play Monday will be floats of the first 19 wards created in the new land in 1849 by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday According to Thomas president of the Days of many floats will summarize the bers of the congressional atomic j f jrst activities of the such as the first early irrlga Jon efforts and the first group of colonists to leave Salt Lake for other 2500 to Participate At least 2500 persons will par ticipate in the Child Twentyone other many sponsored by business are including the moving throne of QueenShauna Wood and her Robyn Tibba and Cherry Colorfully costumed riding groups will be interspersed with a number of bands as part of the parades and participating will be a number of Indians per forming authentic The expected to last two alsowillbe enlivened by 16 comedy More than 50 post under the direction of Frank 247 Kelsey wJH be dressed as clowns and cartoon Officials to Review Top state and city officials and many of the 2000 estimated immi grant pioneers able to attend will view the parade from the stand in front of The Salt Lake Tribune At noon the consider ably fewer than last will be guests at banquet in Hotel Utah In their Present will be Bracken Lee and George Albert L D S church Also at noon the Sons of the Utah Pioneers and station KALL will resume their weeklong va riety programs at the reviewing At Daughters of the See Page Column j ZENITH DAY Hickenlooper said the 1946 atomic energy act forbids sharing of weapons secrets and that neither Truman nor except congress any He said he will fully support William Knowland another atomic committee who has announced he will lead a senate floor fight against any executive branch at tempt to share atomic bomb in The public stands taken by the three senators appeared to con firm previous unofficial reports that the hushhush atomic confer ences of the past 10 days covered the question whether Tru man has authority to give more Abomb knowhow to Britain and The two nations were full war partners in development of bomb but have been cut off Titos Aside from this the winds at its The air force weather bureau at soutn jn one swoop Haneda airforce said j it was difficult to get accurate Red Sought weather plotting from China since East of lnc CantonHankow rail be paid back by the LatinAmeri with undiminished force during can i the 1 TT A T Midwest Heat Boiling Over Into Atlantic Coast States The note rejected as crude house bill would allow EGA funds slander Yugoslavias protest ofU0 operate at a rate of about June 22 that the Big Four foreign I 5340 monthly for ministers took decisions in their i beginning July Paris meetingin early June withwhile the senate cut this to about monthly for the full jout considering Yugoslavias de mands on Claims of Support ing for a twoyear program of federal loans to states and cities for advance planning of Sovjet Unjon Consi3tently hospitals supported the demands sanitary Sponsors of this program say it connected with the Austrian the Soviet note Important ECA Target Most important target for E C A and administration supporters is an amendment McClellan and and Hengyang are Commu nist forces moved south to con verge with a Red column arriving j from the vicinity of Liling to the east ukei to en the main nationalist force f Hcngyang obscrvers be SECA by John that ear of this funds for United classed as Far to the strong force of Comma July 24 UP A and was 99 at Rapid City and warm air mass hung stationary i 98 over the great the midwest I The humid blanket extended south which xvould bring it be snd south clamping hu1 across the sending the merj hind the ChangshaHengyang rail sticky weather and temperaj cury into the 90s in lures up to the 100s over the through the midwest and into the j Urge Aid Reports from Canton said mean is relatively cheap insurance i It tne Yugoslav protest against great waste if there is nothing but a futile attempt ofi another They added the Yugoslav government to that New Deal agencies resorted tify iu backstage P to leafraking and other socalled the peoplcs of jjoffman and his senate support As early as long crs clajm Lhjs could cripple the the Paris session of the council of European recovery foreign the Yugoslav behind the back of the Soviet tried to come to terms with the western powers on the questions ot the territorial and economic claims of Yugo slavia on the note Biiig Rate Britains New 49 Whos Who July 24 UP Thirtyfive thousand biogra ranging from Bing Crosbys to Jossf Stalins appear iFive Percenter Secret Negotiations Such secret negotiations were Ban Urged U S weather forecasters here where temperatures were r July 24 Karl Mundt in the 101st edition of Whos betweena representative Proposed Sunday that congress but HIP editors Sundav rtrtKch i blanket five percenters under conducted in the summer of but the editors Sunday as to say how Cool air from the north gave reliefseekers flocked to Lake the eastern seaboard a brief resj Michigan pitc from a fiveday heat wave of j its but the east was scheduled to wilt again Forecasters said the humid airjern New York reported a mass appeared to bo hanging stamidday 85 and temperatures were with North Carolina aslittle changed in New its eastern hut was Massachusetts reported two ischfiduled to move on to the east i weekend drownings and Maine England Unchanged Despite the slowmoving west 108 In TheDnkotns where the mercury weather Forecasters said the west was i enjoying seasonable summer some commitment to help stem the Communist The reports said Chinese diplo sources in Canton were op c about these al i they tempered their hopes realization that little or no help will be forthcoming unless Nationalist troops show their ability to make a stand against ooared as high as 108 i in the had a midday taking the brunt of the heat reading of The Chinese government report for the most affirmed its decision to Canton as well us the northern i Kwangtung Kiangsi Hunan Ever since the volume was started in 1848 as a listing of gentlemen of in clusion has been one of the most coveted of unofficial In treelined Soho the editors of the 3100page volume which now simply calls itself an annual biographical parried all questions about the standards for inclusion by point ing to the books That said only percenters lobbying law and enact stiff for officials who show bassador in Ljubo favoritism in awarding govern slavia and the British Noel in as and the British minister ment A rainfall pnvc rastern Kwangsi defense line by bringing Atmiddny Ihe had Texas a fgrcak midsummer mloodin nowlytraincd reinforce ciiinbcd to 100 at iin the vicinity of ments from j of state Hector McNeil j The five also known in T ondon as amnagement counselors and It saidthe Soviet government i contract wrangle found out about these talks government orders for business through a chance conversation in usually at a 5 Vienna between a Soviet envoy i The practice is not illegal and the Yugoslav representative j as Mundt put there is a pay to Austria and that Yugoslaviaoff to federal later admitted the talks took I Investigation by a special senj piacn jatc subcommittee already has re What deal was struck between suited in the suspension of two I the Yugoslav government and the army major Herman j It cannot be stated too cm i government of Great Britain and phatically that Who1 has time hecn a matter for or of obligation to purchase the List of Events Of 47 Fete Here is a list of events sched uled of the week long Days of 47 celebration colorful pa rade will begin at Main and South Temple to move down Main to 9th South and east of Liberty pioneers will be honored at banquet at Hotel of Utah Pioneera and station KALL will resume va riety programs at stand in front of The Salt Lake TribuneTele of Utah Pioneers will hold last of street dances in vicinity of State and performance of Gene AutryDays of 47 rodeo at state This Land Be at University of Utah admission AT inclusion in iwhnt concessions were made by I and Alden chief of the never at any I the Yugoslav government at the i chemical They were relieved I expense of the national rights of duty pending completion of the I Yugoslavia is not known to the i senate investigation and a com i Soviet the note jpanion military Parade Map Route of the Days of 47 beginning Monday at IB shown n this Some 2500 will be in gigantic   

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