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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Throned Friday 103 SALT LAKE TUESDAY JULY 1919 WEATHER Clear little change la M Page tl PRICE FIVE CENTS Hail Pioneer Day Parade Truman Asks Billion In Anns Aid Would Spend Cash To Halt Allay World Fear July 25 UP Harry S Truman asked congress for in cash Monday to help arm for eign nations against Soviet communism and thus allay fear he haunts the The bulk of the sum would be on this countrys new al lies in western Their de fense is our he It must be made clear the United States has no in the event of of allow ing the peoples of western Europe to be overrun before its own power can be brought to Weapons for Greece The money also would be used to provide weapons for and other Truman argued that this nation is obligated by its leader ship in world affairs to help other countries acquire the means of defending The chief executives appeal for prompt approval of the long awaited arms program was his second action of the day in the cold war with About two hours before his special message went to house and he signed and thereby formally rati fied the North Atlantic treaty for the United He issued a statement saying that this taken with the overwhelming support of the sen ate and the shows our de termination to preserve peace and Historic Peace Step This treaty is a historic step toward a world a free free from but it is only one he in his message to con he urged another arms On Capitol administration leaders sought fast action on the although there was a disposition even among some Tru man backers to scrutinize care full3 the size of the sum And Arthur Vandenberg GOP foreign policy said the presidents pro gram should be rewritten and curtailed if Truman expects action at this session of Vandenberg said The presidents emphasis on collective security is But my first impression is that his pro gram must be rewritten and cur tailed to get action at this Too Wide in Scope It is too wide in scope and too general in grant of It ig nores the machinery which the pact provides for its own imple Its stagement of policy puts too much emphasis upon Since some sort of action is necessary before Colorful Floats Depict Early Times in West By SANDY SANDERSON Everything that Utah the Monday Days of 47 parade Starting at for more than an hour and a half along two miles of Salt Lake City an estimated persons marveled at and applauded the pictorial representation of the states immigrant play and way of The Days of 47 committee months ago set out to build such a parade to honor a band of weary pioneers with a vision 102 years And Monday the almost unani mous verdict was One of the The pioneers would have been They would have been proud of the enthusiasm and thought injected into 40 each de picting an aspect of Utah of 20 musical of 10 riders of clowns and war FDR Has No Enmity For Religion NEW July 25 Franklin Roosevelt said Mon I have no ill feeling toward any religion or toward any people of high or low estate because they belong to any religious She replied thus to Francis Car dinal Spellmans charge that she has a record of antiCatholic dis crimination unworthy of an With the worldfamous temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints In both im pressive past and promising future of Utah are por trayed Royalty of the Days nf which ended wave as float begins trip along parade Queen Shauna center Is flanked by Robyn and Cherry youngsters typical upon whom states future Connie Richard Jounn Heres Europe Arms Aid Plan in Brief July 25 A nutshell survey of the foreign arms aid program proposed congress Monday by Harry would TO APPEAL UNCONSTITUTIONALLY Judge Rules Rent Law Invalid July 25 the nation without a law or con eral District Judge Elwyn i trols except in states where legis Shaw Monday found the new na tional rent control law unconsti and the government promised immediately that it S Truman Shaws if upheld by the supreme would nullify all present federal controls on A spokesman for Housing Expe diter Tighe Woods at Washing ton said controls will be continued What strengthen mili tary defenses of western Europe and several nations elsewhere in the shadow of Russian Those include most North Atlantic alliance countries as well as the Philip pines and Siam has been Others might be aided if the administration deemed it ad What it deliv technical and training assist For western it is proposed to spend to gethcr with for slimj the new law around the local ulnting arms production I option which permits latures already have passed laws providing for such an Hits States Power The district dwelling on the delegation of power to said that congress has attempted to leave it to other legislative to determine whether they will be in or out of the union so far as acts of con gress are lar to one in which congress might while the government asks a stay I He said the situation was simi lrt 4n nnn frtVKVviaee rrtirrnr of execution of Shaw s to be followed by an Map Highest Appeal Federal attorneys here said the case would be appealed directly judgment and there is a grant of unbridled administrative discre subject neither to reason nor findings of Source of Invalidity Shaw said congress used local option as the chief means toward but that it is entirely clear from the local option provi sion that congress did not con sider these administrative means as adequate for accomplishing its declared Government attorneys who fought the cooperative case here had argued that if local option pass a selective sonice but j were the remainder of the permit states to pass their own act still could laws against conscription because they dont want to go to The vice of the present act lies WUU1U UC i il to the supreme bypassing very the lower circuit court of Shaw centered his objections to i person is required to use any But Shaw said that congress did not or could not that if the most vital portion of the act were that the remain ing fragments should Other countries would get worth of A trouble I think study should be given to j shooting fund of states to decide for themselves j whether they want controls on an interim measure while major emergcncjos would be set Ad plans awaiting reportsto the ministration costs are estimated at Who spends The sum for each country is not article IX of the gress under From Scott Lucas of Democratic came this Im for an arms implementa tion It is up to Twelve dajs ago Shaw held in formally that the local option sec tion was and re tired to debate whether this would make the entire act Eastland Opens Senate Fight Urging ERP Aid for Spain July 25 to the James Eastland written out in the proposed In handing down his decision Monday demanded that Spain be Congress is given a general Hofwhere Truman said he should he j the jldre asknowledgcd foreign aid would be willing to buy to bales of Ameri how much it wants to able to make allocations as cir See Page Column 2 cumstancps emergency American Asserting she had always sup ported the late Alfred a Roman Roosevelt added in her newspaper column I am sure the cardinal has written in what to him seems a Christian and kindly and I wish to do the Disserves Democracy The American Civil Liberties declared An attack like Cardinal Spellmans on Roosevelt does not advance the cause of religion or support the principle of religious toler Such an directors of the organization said in a resolu tends to discourage the fair public discussion of issues which merit fullest It therefore disserves American Roosevelt replied in her published in the New York to last Fridays letter in which Cardinal Spellman assailed her opposition to federal funds for parochial and private Charges on Actions The cardinal said she could have acted only from ignorance or and asked 1 do you repeatedly plead causes that are antiCatholic Roosevelt said she would answer Cardinal Spellman per sonally and in detail While reaffirming her belief in separation of church and the wife of the late president said she had not specifically spoken for or against any particular Cardinal Spellman said in his letter that she had aligned herself with the author and other pro ponents of the Barden This bill was introduced by Graham Barden It would provide up to a year in federal funds for public schools Roosevelt said the car fho riht in on the recovery if she fe7ts dinals letter was published in controls under its war j j could obtain loans from this counj Subcommittee Chairman Percy j newspapers before it reached her but said that It is impossible to have a strong j Priest said the full Hyde The Mississippian accused the commerce committee may act on House Favors Plan to Aid School Health July 25 A house commerce subcommittee Moncay approved a scnool health bill which Democratic leaders hope will pave the way for passage of the controversial year federal sjutoeducation But an influential source in the house labor which is handling the broader education said it has little or no chance of house approval at this session of The already approved by the would provide a year to the states for medical services to school Church and private schools would benefit along with public The states would have to provide a share of funds based on a per centnge of their These contributions would range from 25 to 50 of the federal In states with laws prohibiting use of public funds for private the government would make the allotments directly to the private The money would be used to provide for development of school health services and the diagnosis and treat ment of physical and mental de dancing Indians and youngsters with decorated Show With a Purpose It was a grand show with a and excitement began to mount in the city hours before parade Eager to obtain choice observa tion a few some with appeared as early as when police began to clear automobiles from the parade By every downtown window that could be opened was filled with entire 15block parade route was lined 1520 deep others climbed automobiles and And late comers had to park blocks In the area north of South Tem chairmen of the six divisions of the parade worked against time to place riders and other groups in their proper Punctual Starting Then exactly at Pa rade Chairman Chandler blew his whistle and motorcycle police began moving in formation south on The parade was In convertible automobiles came the grand marshals party and Bracken Lee Mayor and Earl Glade George Albert Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday and his OVERT ACT Coal Tycoon Labels Lewis Work Week Confiscation Cites sible impact upon the general pub Local option was included in July 25 to prop up the totterthe new he because the John Lewis decree of a threeling Byrd political machine in law could never have passed with day week in the coal fields out local option denounced nt a senate Green said in a statement that Shaw if congress had Monday as confiscation of political forces of Harryreally wanted to continue rent vate capital and as a overt i Flood Byrd were it could have done so act to seize control of production and foreign policy to have of forin Shaw said he found that theeign ailj funds earmarked for the plain intent of congress was to Franco secure decontrol at the earliest j The argument came as the senate moment and with the least posdrove toward opening votes on George Elliott Child and Kate she the Istetedepartment of the j the cardinals secretary is apparently i J foreign policy of Soviet Russia dent it will be approved because unaware that in a rural post office HOUSE PUOBERS SAY George of the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal bluntly attacked the abbre v i a t e d work week as con Willis Robertson j called it a move to dictate j production and thereby control Okinawa Typhoon Quits Stalls Shanghai ploiting the inquiry tobolster the simply by extending the existing July 26 1 J IA 1 t uitiii j 11 win ijt v refusing to give economic aidlthe subcommittees indorsement special delivery stamps mean noui and full diplomatic recognition to was We are helping to destroy capi talism in Eastland Dennis Chavez said the State department wont recognize the Franco government for fear of hurting some of the Thomas co Days of Following the with guard representing all the armed the Park City high school band opened the parade Wards Represented The first 19 L D S wards cre ated in the just 100 years carried out the theme of the development of the church and its people in floats which followed Arrival of the First ward organization of the Second first pioneer Third first saw Fourth pioneer fence Fifth first Sixth and Seventh first freighting Eighth first missionery group leaving the With a number of bands Inter the pioneer story was continued in the parades second section Exploration of south Tenth harvest second general epistle of presi dency of Twelfth print ing of first money in Thir teenth Sunday Fourteenth ward and Sunday school board first dramatic Fifteenth pioneer Sixteenth first Seventeenth organization of first stake in and pioneer Then the parade settled down See Tage Columns Aid Served Reds as Courier European nations with strong Communist Eastland won support from Kenneth Wherry who said the United States iSj July 25 house unAmerican activities com mittee report Monday said a antiunion issue in the current 150 gubernatorial campaign in Viri he it follows which ripped across Okinawa typhoon lean In the senate Robert son told the committee that coni gress never intended to give la bor unions the right to control that I must necessarily find the entire act Prompted Ruling Shaw gave his ruling in the case of the Shoreline the coal industrys output andjprices when it exempted unions which sought to evict tenants who j from the federal antitrust refused to join the cooperative The Virginia senator and Besides the U M lie cited j plnn of buying their ronl company official nirod their the CIO CIO Elcci Although the new rent law ic views at the Semite bunking CIO Rubber I tunlly hnd nothing to do with the Saturday has immobilized Communistheld navy authorities reported Tues The navy said most of Shang hais streets were under two to four feet of There were two to lour inches of water on the floor of the No mention was made of injury to personnel or Americans nt Robertsons opened a fullscale of the coal industry United Mine Workers A F L Teamsters icalc investigation unions ns examples of posj group challenged the laws validity j stry and of labor Jin an attempt to win the evictions Criticism of the miners three and cooperative attorneys for the the Chinese A new storm which had been moving toward Okinawa after other methods had I swerved to the north during the William AFL day week also came from Harry n onetime coal miner president of Steels cuscd Robertson of asing the incoal Barring some new action by n supreme court deci sion upholding Shaw would and passed over or near Two Maximum wind ve locity was reported at 70 SoUvJ U11 HI t T T i J XT letting Britain tell us whom we J woman employe of the United Iva tions once acted as a courier for the Communist party while work ing for the The woman is Mary Jane of New She has told the committee under oath that she WHS never a member of the Communist Keeney works in the docu ment control section of the Eastland said We are taking orders from the Red elements in those countries and our State de partment is going along with The senate hag before it a se ries of battles on a list of other which administration forces predicted they can defeat or trim off the The measure includes tcn by an FBI which fig ured in the recent trial of Judith Miss a former jus lice department was con victed earlier this month of steal ing government secrets to aid a foreign The committees report said The FBI relates that two con fidential informants have advised them that Keeney is a mem ber of the Communist Keeney and her testified before the com mittee about two months He fiSO 000 for the second year of the state department in 1916 and Marshall plan ending next June i went with the about two 30 ss well OK funds for expenses i years At Lake She resigned from the was dismissed as a civilian cm in army occupation Greek Turkey and for operating the Marshall plan during the April quarter before congress got around to the based on a apparently wm she said Monday she had no com ment on the committees allega The committees accusation was ploye of the army in Japan in and last winter tried to leave the without a passport on the Polish liner the escape ship of Communist Gerhart During the both Kceneys worked for the foreign economic administration in each has worked for other govern ment The report regarding neys alleged operation as a Com munist courier said Keeney returned from Europe on March and was seen that day to pass a large Manila envelope to a man named Joseph pccted of being engaged In Soviet The the report later was given by Bern stein to a man named Alexander who wai described by the unAmerican actlvltiei com mittee as a high functionary of the Communist Keeney had gone to Europe on the staff of the American rep resentative to the tilled repara the committee She moved to the de partment when the activity wai truitlerred   

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