Salt Lake Tribune, July 28, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

July 28, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS Intertnountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Clear south and cooler Details OB SO 105 Foreign Aid Hits FDR T T Rifts i iOn School Bill i Bill Recommitted After Torrid Debate on Crop Export Plan SALT LAKE THURSDAY JULY PRICE FIVE CENTS Snag in Senate July 27 President Alben Barkley sent the foreign aid appropriation bill back to committee for revision Wednesday after a rousing senate fight over a proposa1 to ship surplus farm crops Barklev unheld the contention of John McClellan Tells Cardinal Shell Continue Fight for Beliefs Orders Military Big Four To Europe Joint Staff Talks HYDE July 27 Franklin i accused by Francis Cardinal Spellman of antiCatholic bias unworthy of an American moth contrary to senate the bill contained told the prelate Wednesday long list of provisions to new legislation which cannot be attached to an He said he had no choice but to recommit the bill to the appro priations Same Contention The same contention of illegal legislating had been used by ad ministration leaders during three hours of torrid debate to block ft McClellan amendment to ear mark of the total j for shipments of surplus crops The surprise development came after the without a had accepted a cut in administration for the second installment of the economic cooperation administrations aid program in western It by voice vote and without an appropriation commit tee recommendation to allot EC A or 10 less than Administrator Paul Hoffman had Debated Four Days Barkleys ruling did not kill the which has bean debated for four but left it up to the appropriations committee to de cide what to do Chairman Kenneth McKellar said the committee would meet in a day or two to consider the He refused to predict whether a new bill minus the disputed amendments would be E C As spending authority un der a stopgap bill approved by congress a month ago expires Sun McKellar said he did not know whether there would be an other temporary but added that it was normal proj Complete Review McClellan said there should be a complete review of the meas ure and perhaps some more hear ings Vice Albcn Barkley Halts vote on E C BACK DOWN Steel Unions Tell Chiefs To Sign Oath NEW July 27 CIO the nations second largest agreed Wednesday to bring its million j that God is the finai judge of a i human beings She said she holds no bias against the Catholic church and that she will continue to speaK out I for the things she believes are I Roosevelt sent the cardinal a pointbypoint reply to last Fri days letter in which he assailed her opposition to the use of federal funds to aid church or private I Spiritual Leadership Spiritual Roosevelt told the should remain spiritual leader ship and the temporal power should not become too important to any Her letter continued I have no intention of attack ing you nor of at tacking the Roman Catholic but I of con tinue to stand for the things in our government which I think are I assure you that I have no sense of being an unworthy Amer ican The final my dear Cardinal of the worthiness of all human beings is in the hands of Catholic Control And she said control by the I Roman Catholic church of great j tfP policy makers who met Monday j areas of land in Europe has not i to consider foreign relations in the atomic energy Yanks in Reich Will Fight If Gray Says July 27 S Trumans own will speed the high command of navy and air force to Europe this week to discuss the creation of a combined military staff for the North Atlantic This development came simultaneously with an announce ment by Army Gordon Gray that if a Russian attack on western Germany were to American troops there would Gray prefaced his answer to the group of 21 reporters by saying that he did not mean to imply that ho had any reason to expect such France Votes To Ratify Atlantic Pact July 27 French national assembly approved the North Atlantic pact Wednesday despite fears the pact will be a scrap of paper unless backed up by American The vole of 395 to 189 for ratifi What Is the ABombs Role in Diplomacy of the atomic energy commission of Defense Louis Johnson of State Dcun members into compliance with the TaftHartley act by signing non The controversy surrounds I always led to happiness for the i field left to David head i Reportedly studied was supply of data to people of those j Roosevelt said last week i that her reply to the cardinal would be Her j Miss Malvina said Wednesday the former first lady changedher mind because of many I requests that she make her answer i j Cardinal Spellman himself re mained In his letter to Roosevelt last Friday he said my case is closed and I shall not again publicly acknowledge Congress Promised Final Word On Atomic Data Aid to Britain Barkley told reporters his rulI Communist affidavits The union announced it had rei mg had nothing to do with I inis D1 foreign aid as but was hlctantly Come to tne Delusion i a bill introduced in congress by year in federal made necessary by a the act would not be repealed i funds to the various states for tarv situation arising from the by this congress and that it must operating senate rules v0n Tt would ban the use of He indicated that he made it and added that the people of Europe may not under iws election i and other of federal by private or parochiaal could not do without signj ing the The international executive Here in brief is what Cardinal See Page Column S Of the bill will be he It is up tn of Steehvorkers voted senate whether these amendments unanimously to direct union off are to comply with the act after TwoThirds Needed At no legislation can i be written into a senate priation without a suspension of icrest foes of the affidavit require the maneuver requiring a twothirds vote of those i UMW Rejects si J McClellans crop subsidy j i his own after the posal came up completed consideration of the i approved by the would have prohibited EGA from spendinsr less in the purchase of j surplus farm products even though needs abroad have declined since i the original request was hearing a speech by union presij i dent Philip Murray at a closed ses T Murray has been one of the bitj ment although he has led in fight f Ql JT Communist influence in the j which he also and in i wfflTE SULpmm SPR1NGS The boards action came the day W 27 United Ibefore a presidential factfinding Workers Wednesday angrily dispute reJected a proposal by soft coal i producers to extend their expired contract without change through March Beth sides then broke off fur ther negotiations until saying it was likely the mines will remain on the threeday work appropriation companieSi ive prohibited The union is demanding a wage has not been and insurance board plans to 16 then July 27 Congress received official assur ance Wednesday that Harry S Truman wont give Abomb de signs and production methods to Britain unless the lawmakers sup port the At the same time it was advised that the administration plans to carry on exploratory discussions with the British and who have the power to reduce imports of uranium for atomic bornb production if Britain doesnt get all the information she Secretary of State Dean Acheson promised the senate house committee on atomic en ergy that no agreement wiU be concluded and no charige whatso ever in existing arrangements will be made until the results of these talks have been discussed with the HourLong Parley At that time it could de termined what congressional ac tion is said a statement president according to that any action on ques tions such as vitally affect national have the support of both the execu tive and legislative branches of The secreary of acting on instructions from the outlined a plan for maintaining the status and also for conducting exploratory discussions with the British and In this Acheson pointed time would be gained in which the executive and legislative branches Italy Police Bar Bathing Shots July 27 tivjt i a a 111 by Brien McMahon I hurled stones and used v T nToa to rtf j 395 TO 189 early Wednesday a tumultuous all cation came morning after night The debate was strictly on east west The Communists tirelessly re peated their charge that the pact s an aggressive step against Soviet The nonCommunists retorted hat it is purely The pact is a police charged Communist party Jacques American gend arms will come here and treat us as they treat their Talk of a fifth You nonCom munists are the American fifth Catholic Deputy Maurice man replied that history shows that since May the Soviet union sought expansion without an expansion if we hadnt taken would inevitably have led to The pact will go before the coun cil of the the upper house of for expected ap aroval within the next few Then it will be signed by Vincent The votes in the 619seat assem bly against the pact were cast by 168 Communist and affiliated eight members of the Communistline Progressive Re publican six deputies from he West African four deputies from two Cath olic deputies and one SUBWAY TIEUP present a report to Harry ordered by John Lewis iTruman by i when the old agreement expired A resolution adopted by the i1 June iunions executive board denounced j management July 27 UP i the TaftHartlcy law as this evil cllhcr Sldc tle right house agriculture commitjstatute and said to cnd thc extension on 60 days tec Wednesday approved a bill al The United Steehvorkers of lloLlcc was described by a spokes Collon Limit Bill lowing the secretary of agriculture America dedicates its entire mom as an attempt to persuade to limit the 1950 cotton crop to thc unfinished task of to his production re Present law fixes i repealing the TaftHartley act and Ridiculous Proposition Thomas UMW vice told newsmen it was a ridiculous proposition that did nothing whatever towards improv ing wages and working the level at a minimum of the Wagner act with 000 Upwards of improvements designed to safe acres were planted this guard labors basic Congress Told Adjournment Bv Julv 31 Not Necessary chairman of the senate house His statement followed a meet ing of the congressional atomic committee with of Defense Johnson and the atomic The third in a series that began with Truman at Blair lasted about an hour and a McMahons statement in part The joint committee on atomic energy met Wednesday with of State of Defense and the atomic energy and again discussed foreign relations in the field of atomic Allied Research Acheson explained that he and Johnson and the commis sion had carefully reviewed the problems involved and had con Baruch Britons Not Lazy George president of the suited with The Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal j chief management said I the offer was made with great Tfnjnnjef i reluctance because all of the lytttCU CA July 27 was informed offi1 operators dislike many features dally Wednesday that it have go home by July of the old I Few members had rxpeeted He that the industry i And the son a IP snarled tip in a technicality which will 8Tant a wage increase T this year because it cannot absorb consume mor If did so whon sent thc economic higher labor costs or increase i cooperation providing fundf for thiMarshall plans second i prices in competition with other back to committee in the midst of its an answer Wednesday for Ber The latest word on adioitrnment carne from House Speaker Halts South Parley nard Baruchs charge that Brit Snm Rayburn of He said the congressional reorganize j The postponement until A n tion act of 1946 doesnt bind this congress to close up at the end apparently means a further delay as hard as physically possible of the i in separate talks between the Horner said in a Baruch declared in New Fork Tuesday that the British are not devoting sufficient energy to developing their country and its general secretary of the National Union of Mine retorted These there are only men in thc mines as against in prewar Whats thc age level has crept up to For years we have been exhausting existing pits and only recently have we begun to replace threats of arrest to drive away photographers who tried Wednes day to get pictures of Winston Churchill taking a Churchill is vacationing at Gar done on Lake Garde in northern He has requested A similar request was made when Princess Margaret visited Italy last April but pictures of her in a swim suit got into Threw Stones Thc photographers went out in a boat to get near The police Some stones were thrown at the photographers by the Some of the stones landed near the motorboat where the photogra phers said James Associated Press The police then rowed out and tried to catch us and threatened to arrest the owner of the motorj boat pf the government might consult further with each other British Seek Aid The British and Canadians al ready have information about the original atomic in the de velopment of which they cooper ated during World War Since the atomic energy law was passed in the atomic in formation they get from the has been limited to certain cate The nature of these is but they are believed to be mostly in the field of basic re The who are now trying to get into atomic bomb produc would like to have informa tion about improved designs and production Many mem bers of congress that the atomic energy law forbids the sharing of such data unless the legislature approves in ad Atomic Funds Okched Since Canada and Britishowned mines in the Belgian Congo are major sources of the uranium which America uses in atomic bomb the British have a lever of considerable power which they could use in an effort to pry out additional An appropriation of 397 to carry on atomic develop ment in this country during the year which began July 1 was ap proved by the senate Of this is cash and authority to j to Si degrees in 15 minutes of pelt enter into The which was approved previously by the is 576 less than the atomic en ergy commission The senate voted also to allow the commission to spend money remaining from its appropriation for the year ended June This is reported to be in the neighbor Freak Storm Lashes NEW July 27 huge Broadway advertising sign was ripped down and subway trains stalled two hours in flooded areas of Queens Wednesday when a freak storm lashed parts of New York A accompanied by strong hail and lightning hit the Bronx and Queens but skipped the southern tip of Manhattan Is land Temperatures dropped from 88 a move by Asked on Increase Asked if there will be any in crease or decrease in the present troop he replied I know of no impending change in troop dispositions in There are now about troops in On their flying visit to Europe the military commanders Omar Bradley of the Admiral Louis Denfeld of the navy and Hoyt Vandenherg of the air force will be accom panied by the director of their joint Alfred They will leave the capital late Friday in the presidents plane and expect to be back in ten FirstHand Data Announcing the the nation al military establishment said the commanders will also gain first hand information on the status of United States forces in Lack of time will prevent high command from visiting every European nation which has signed the North Atlantic the military establishment but it is hoped that talks can be ar ranged with military representa tives of all of a representative of tht joint chiefs of staff has be gun informal talks regarding the North Atlantic military Organisa tion with a representative of the Canadian chiefs of Plans call for the military chiefs visit to Paris and Vienna were announced by the national military establishment To Arms He got scared and went As we left Churchill went for a with the police keeping UNFOUNDED TDrtlJjin ing rain and after a steaming earlier in the homeward bound to were stranded by flash floods on cityowned Inde pendent subway It was the second tieup in a A signal failure halted trains on 150 miles of other tracks for 40 minutes last Full service was restored at The announcement said the mili tary commanders will discuss with the military chiefs of European members of the North Atlantic al liance the proposed military or ganization under the The North Atlantic which is expected to go into effect with its ratification by the Netherlands next provides for the crea tion of p common defense council and a defense committee to plan the defense of the allies in they are attacked by Russia or any other Many members of in cluding Republican supporters of the bipartisan foreign con tend these organizations should be set up and consulted before the legislature votes anything like the Truman has re quested for foreign military as Leave Friday While announcing that the chiefs of the armed services will leave for Europe the ad ministration stood pat on the sum asked by the Secretary of State Dean Ache son told a news conference that the idea of any interim program of arms aid is a good but that that is exactly what the adminis tration has He referred apparently to suggestion of Arthur Van denberg and other law makers that congress should adopt a smaller interim plan until it hears from thc North Atlantic or guard in a boat Police blocked the roads leading to the j beach and checked anyone they suspected of having a Tuesday a photographer got a i LAKE July 27 picture of Churchill in swimming The United Nations made public Note Blasts Senate Red Charges and even identification of Churchill was Gabriele assistant police chief of ordered confiscated any pictures of Churchill in swirn State Dean Acheson against what it called irresponsible and un founded attacks of Trygve Lie and some of the 3000 staff Soon afterward the State do aa thc nnnual adjournment diile except in time of war or other the conferences Love told newsmen the operaj Martin said he was afraid the sunremc court might throw i would have provided r 11 more employment and more out any laws passed after thai date unless congress formally forthe miners would extends thn assured management un Rayhurn didnt rulo out thf possibility of congress voting limited use of our on extension Bui hp said the reorganization Kennedy the miners must provision is not binding because the couniry is still technically at war The speaker did not predict an adjournment ture It assailed the police order as Mundo said the order d lh protesttnc would stand and that any copies o declaration b a mystPery witncss Oggi with such a picture would t tp hv be i that Lies staff is terrorized by Communist Lincoln the state depart ment press issued the He said We are con I Harry S Truman Wednesj fident that the would not tol Reinslates Copra Tax July 27 ing stability of employment and day signed a proclamation rein stating within days the proc essing tax on copra and coconut J oil from the erale a situation like that de scribed by the anonymous wit I The letter of protest the sharpest reaction by the to criticism in any member It was written by Americanborn Byron acting secretarygen He said in effect the internal affairs of thc are no busi ness of a senate former director of cen sorship for the United dis patched the letter to Acheson He informed Acheson the is deeply concerned and asked the governments views on the The protest grew out of the re lease last Saturday by the sub committee of the senate judiciary committee of the charges by the mystery Before Price wrote high secretariat officials expressed indignation because the witness did not come out In the The staff committee of the workers has approved a resolu tion voicing its support of Lie and denouncing the Price called Achesons attention to the subcommittees release of testimony which included irre sponsible and unfounded on the integrity of the secretary general and of certain members of the He said it appeared the sub committee has misunderstood the basic principles on which the was He said these principles were accepted by tach member government when It rati fied the Price said great pains wen tak en by of the to make certain it would truly in having in its staff na tionals from all member The secretarygeneral the chief administrative answerable to the general ;

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