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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm IntermounUin Network Station KALL Mondat Throujh Fridty VOL 159 NO 25 WEATHER Cloudy Motday showers cooler Details SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MORNING MAY 9 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Reds Snatch Rail Hub 1 urm Down Of Kashing Mediation Offers Drive for Shanghai After Capturing Number of Towns SHANGHAI May 8 DETROIT May 8 Ford Motor Co Sunday night rejected offers of mediation in the CIO United Auto Workers strike against its two key plants The strike now in its fourth day will leave an estimated 100000 U S workers idle in 10 days and be felt throughout the world in 30 days Senators Due FourPower Acting Mayor George Edwards of Detroit and Mayor Peiping red radio announced Qrville L Hubbard of suburban Dearbornwhers Fords louver rtouge plant is located ha Kashing 62 miles by rail south west of Shanghai and credited Communist armies with losg advances on the main front 150 to 200 miles farther southwest The Shanghai Nationalist gar rison acknowledged it had no munication with Kashing and now was defending Kashan 10 miles Hearer Shanghai The Communist broadcast as heard in Shanghai also reported capture of a string of towns west of the railway that leads 59 miles southwest from Hashing to red held Hangchow Reds Seize Rails One hundred and thirty miles of the HangchowNanehang railway major eastwest route were dej dared to be in Communist hands The red announcer said troops for newly captured Chuhsien and Kiangshan 125 and 145 miles southwest of Hangchow were inarching overland to the east to join forces that had taken Hang chow and crossed the Tsien Tang river southeast of Hangchow Just before the reds crossed the Yangtze river April 20 Na tionalist sources had described the Tsien Tang as the governments chosen line of defense Evidently this line has been eliminated if it ever was set up Hurdle Major Obstacles The Communists also reported they had taken a number of towns in what is now their rear area south of the Yangtze These in 1 A Krug First aim of liquid fuel plan accomplished Krug Af f irms Liquid Fuel Plan Success night to arrange meetings of company and union officials in an effort to end the walkout Provisions Included John S Biigas vice president in i charge of industrial relations for the company which had delayed j replies to the mediation offers said that provisions for settlement 1 are included in Fords contract j with the union i This is a companyunion dis pute he said There is no issue i in the current strike which can not be quickly promptly and peaceably handled by the estab lished procedure Therefore we I see no nepd to turn the matter I over to individuals or groups out I side the contract machinery what i ever may be their motive for of fering to help He said the company still was willing to negotiate with the union as provided by the companyunion contract Invites Reuther Hubbard had invited Henry Ford II company president U A W president Walter Reuther and Gov G Mennen Williams to a meeting in his office next Thurs day Retither accepted Williams said ho would attend if the meet ing served any useful purpose Hubbard has been at odds with the company for several months I since it supported an attempt by j a life insurance company to bring I a large housing project to Dear born In another attempt to reopen Mn Mav S negotiations which ended Thurs Mo May S IUI UA w mem Liquid fuels car be made out of j struck FordS River Rouge eluded Poyang on the east shore i coaj at a prjce not too far above and Lincoln Mercury plants Mayor of the big Poyang major i and oil shale at Edwards disclosed that he had obstacle which they have had to made a preliminary mediation of bypass in their southward ad competitive prices Secy of tne f Banned to West Germany Adopts Historic Constitution bypass vance The Shanghai garrison did not confirm any of these claims but conceded red capture of Show chang and 85 and 65 miles southwest of Hangchow This would tend to confirm the red report of a swing to the east ap parently aimed at slicing off the rich and populous coastal province of Chekiang Nationalists Surrounded The Communists said the cap Interior J A Krug said here Sun day He made the statement in a Speech at the dedication of the nations first coal to oil demon stration plants here on the fourth anniversary of VB day Synthetic Fuel Krug spoke after an inspection tour of the bureau of mines 15 OOUOOO hydrogen ation and gas synthesis plants following a 90 niile trip from St Louis on the fer He said he also planned to offer the company and union Mon day the service of a labormanage mentcitizens committee Fords reply presumably cut short the offer Called Over Speedup The strike was called over an alleged speedup which the union said endangered the health and safety of workers Ford said Sat urday the charge of a speedup was review Achcson Jessup May Relate Planned U S Position Today WASHINGTON May S UP of State Dean G Acheson and roving Ambassa dor Philip C Jessup may give senate foreign policy leaders a preview Monday of the position j the United States expects to take at the forthcoming four power talks on Germany They are scheduled to meet privately with Chairman Tom Con nally D of the foreign relations committee and Sen Ar thur H Vandenberg chief GOP foreign affairs spokesman In the senate Topping their socalled position list is advance rejection of any Russian proposal that all occupa tion troops be withdrawn from Germany Will Stand Pat The senators wil be advised that the United States is commit ted to a longrang occupation pol icy and will stand pat on it re gardless of Russian offers The senators in turn are ex pected to urge that Acheson and Jessup continue the nalient but Start em Young in This Business Ronald Weiss second from left walks the Ford Motor Co strike picket line Sunday with his father Lester Weiss left The little fellow carrying the sign is Sandy Bulgarian son of another picket patient but toward Moscow which they helped establish as advisers to former Secys of State James j F Byrnes and George C Mar shall at previous fourpower meeti ings Meantime Connally issued speedup orders in Atlantic Secur ity pact hearings in an aparent effort to get committee approval Taf t Makes Concessions In Fight for Labor Bill WASHINGTON May 8 now is held by Robert N en Robert A Taft R iDenham a frequent target of labor Ignores Bitter Red Protest In Sweeping 5312 Vote constituent assembly cuisLinuicm lor a weot German republic opposed by both the Soviet Union and German Communists The vote in the western German constituent assembly was S3 to 12 It came at German time EST only five minutes before close of fourth anniversary of the allied victory in VE day Immediately after the coMtitu tion was adopted copies rushed to the western mflttary governors for their approval It took eight months of lengthy de liberations by the assembly to put the charteria the hands Beds Dissent The dissenting votes by the assemblys only two Com munist delegates ana a group of I right wing delegates from the United States zone state of Ba varia The Bavarians said the new constitution does hot frant enough states rights The Communists and Russia have long opposed separate west German state favoring instead an overall German government One of the Soviet conditions for lift ing the of for eign ministers meeting in Paris May 23 to discussUn allGerman settlement y Would Obliterate Although the constitution was approved on secohcl reading Fri day by a large minority the final reading and sppTppyai were post poned until Sunday because Ger man leaders want eft May 8 to have some significance in German his story beside the Nazis defeat Completion afaiHbn by the as sembly Sunday alJifcrBignified thi western allies tiitenriinaUon to lay tKe a allGerman gbycriihient prior the foreign minUftsrV Parfi Ernest Bevin Sees much work ahead to rehabilitate Germany Bugas in his statement said has given in on two major points I criticism i t 4 I LCltldl t hlUJU JiCia K J 141 VI1 i tMj ture of Kashing Saturday had first tram in railroad history to tht several individuals and groups iiri an effort to win support for completely surrounded Nabon operate on synthetic Diesel fuel nadc made mediation offers under h 7 f hlHfrtn7 admin list armies between there and It came from the initial run of the i th DromntinE ejthr bv Politics1115 sllbstltute bl the I Lne prompunp eunr 03 politics TaftHartley repealer Taft said that while his sub stitute bill would continue much of i if s ine irtiLrauiLiey private r Sood intentions His reference jj said Sundav more concessions f v to politics was considered a iV it offers of the treaty before tfee four for eign Ministers convene at Paris twoweeMj hence May Misunderstand He said unnecessary delays might bfc misunderstood and mis represented by Moscow Connally favors pushing the pact through to ratification re gardless of lack of the Paris conferees in reaching an agreement that I would ease cold war tension Ac cordingly he has instructed wit nesses to keep their testimony to the point so that hearings can be Peace Hinges On Paris Bevin Avers BERLIN Germany May development Krug been reported a week by red capture of Hang cooperative chow the bid would indicate indeed large government forces fuels program there The Communists all along j plished have followed the modern straj He said he had reached foreign Bevin jjaid Sunday that lasting the worid ddpcndsori de cisions reached by the western powers and Russia at the forth coming Paris conference of big four foreign ministers At a press conference attended by over 200 newsmen at the British information service here Bevin said the vital key point get Europe settled and settled in a way that will lastfor 200 years is Germany Much Work Ahead Nothing is beyond possibility I of independent counsel to the The contract between the ReJaUons board and j assembly president who appealed to them to sacrifice their to make speeches so that a pic midnight vote could take Count Jas V The delegates agreed by one they were called upon to stand up and cast their votes vocally A secretary counted jas and neins A gallery of spectators applauded the outcome After the vote Adenauer ap pealed to the western allies not to make the west Germans in any deal with Russia Referring1 to the forthcoming foreign min He has no hopes that the sen Jt wm mcan lots worl and ate will ratify the pact by theljots Qf palicnce there will be a mmuiv UmK Faris Parlcy starts Dut many differences Bovin said i wS i r y i ny i rtjs sr j if i affect I for the contro two i method that has been jng tegic doctrine of destroying gov other simple and significant con ernment arimcs rather than taki elusions on the importance of the ing territory or big cities Thework They were latter practice has been almost traditional with Chinese armies in the past Lauds Air Force used in the past Known Reserves First the vast oil shale and coal deposits of the nation now j can be accepted as part of our liquid fuel reserve thus enormousj ly expanding our known reserves i of liquid fuels Second we have already great The Shanghai garrison credited the Nationalist air force with an other brilliant achievement in Dytashin j HAMILTON Tex May 8 of the senate labor corn Wusih is 75 miles west of Shangprocesses for making oil from coal An explosion and fire destroyed jmittee The full committee ap Texas Theater Fire Blast Injure Seven proposals He conceded however Turk GOP it probably wont They said Sen Irving M Ives j R X urged both changes I in a bid for the support llurk Republicans Ivs to believe the two changes may swing considerable weight with those Republicans when the sen ate takes up labor legislation Both changes were outlined in a minority report filed last week by Taft and two other GOP canges Senate Group To Analyze WASHINGTON May 8 The senate banking committee hai and Taichang is 30 miles and can expect still further econ the Tejcas theater Sunday and inProved the ad ministration bill Ito j week to extend lomies with full scale commercial si repeal the lattwaruey iav anu i Tt West The communique said the bombj production ers killed or wounded almost half He said there was one tremend jured seven persons one seriously The little theater was about half replace it with a slightly changed Consumer credit controls It likely ofeieht red regiments possibly i ously important step yet to take j filled and a line of customers was i j nutside miner to the ticket booth new deal Wagner act In 4000 nMr Vnd an on7tru Ion of k least one outside filing to the ticket booth report Taft said he did not agree j west of or two full scale commercial size j Te inside were evacuated fully some at they also sank more than 100 plants without that final step rad boats in the grand canal near our program is incomplete It is Wusih I Most the injured were cut MINISTER UNDER FIRE Slippery Italianf Robin Hood Paves Ouster of Pursuer ROME May 8 pro1 of the government nne at a time the helped write But will be the last of Pres Harry S Trumans economic recommenda win congressional ap at this session a salutary effect on ths talks May Go Alone If Acheson can not meet per sonally with Connally and Van denberg Jessup may go to the capitol alone with Acheson to show up later in the week A source close to the secretary was the authority for the U S policy on occupation troops He said the United States is approach ing the fourpower talks with ex treme caution He added that while lifting of the Berlin block ade won us a battle the main idea is to avoid losing the cam paign The campaign is to keep Rus sia from winning strategic con trol of all Germany through cs tnal tne com war s not ovur VCL and it wont before some time ment jondi Speaking before the queen s royal regiment of infantry he empha sized that the Berlin airlift will continue until stockpiles are large enough to withstand an even longer siege than the Soviet blockade which is expected to end this week At his press conference Bevin said he wanted free elections for the new constitution by the Brit all Germany and implied that he French and American mill would urge this when the foreign tary governors and ratification by ministers meet May 23 he state legislatures as soon as Urge Free Elections I want to see Berlin and Ger many have free elections free j many lions of the western zones to those of the eastern zone wish instead that the eastern zone would attain the same condi tions under which we live Calls for Approval Adenauer called for approval of possible He thanks the western military governors for their be attitude toward trade and a free press he said We believe that mankind can1 said Of the conventions action tablishment of ight fall under Communist i rig i if occupation troops were joy he had Seo Tape 2 Column S superficially by glass flying from the window of the Brad Corrigan Insurance office which is in the necessary theater building Milfnrd Zschiesche 20 was rei Vandenberg reportedly is Administration sources concede prepared to propose that Acheson The constitution calls for ACrJOWJH I 1 It without terror hanging over him federal republic along democratic Many dictators have tried to I lines to govern 46000000 inhab utiify Europe by force They will itarts of the American British never succeed But we have tried a i and French zones until a govern Confirms Proposal ported injured seriously about the He confirmed that the proposal head Communist Socialists demanded the scalp of Interior Minister Mario Scelha Sunday because he has not been able to catch up with Sicilys defiant bandit king Sal vatore Giuliano They introduced a motion in the senate urging that Scclba a mem ber of the ruling Christian Demo cratic party be fired for incom petence The government prom ised to fix a dale for debate When it opens the slippery bandits nativities probably will get a thor ough airing Active Since War Giuliano who has been referred to as a Robin Hood type bandit hna operated ever since the war in thfi Sicilian mountains west of Palermo The ministry of interior which controls the police has maintained heavy carabinieri forces in the repion for a year trying to rntcli him but without miccess Not Ions he con declared war on the government That WHS utter no onn accepted Ma offer to duel 10 If he lost he said he would for feit his life If he won he would take over the government Price on Head In 1347 the government put a Docs Damage to abolish the independent N L PB j counsel and the plant seizure fea jture were among those corn Hamilton is a town of 2715 in i central Texas about halfway bej tween Waco and Brownwood H H Stroud owner of the ter could not estimate exactly how watch Last December there was a charge in the senate that Sicilian Tne fire for two and a promises Ke indicated he is oniy half hours and caused an csulukewarm to the plant seizure pro mated S50000 damage to the thea vision which he rejected in draft ter and three other buildings ing the original law The job of independent N L R B Dead 10 Minutes California Boy Returns to Life PASADENA Cal May S 4yearold boy was brought back to life after be ing dead for 10 minutea doc tors disclosed Sunday night A heart stimulant anl artifi cial respiration revived littie Lawrence Page who stopped J quest for standby price controls n as a test of Moscows sin and rationing powers Is dead forjcerity in reaching agreement on this year in the face skidding prices j ivo commit i HEALTH FROM WORK Two congressional cornmittpes j meanwhile are lining up invfstij Rations of economic affairs that may set the background for legis lation next year The senate banking committee got a green light and 550000 from better way We formed in London last weRkthe council of Europe in ment for all Germany formed Adoption of the constitution which we want to agree together I paved the way for general elec and not be forced together Page 2 Column S Truman Notes 65th Birthday number a few The hllst occurred at pm price of 3000 on his head The Potpe were inside but called regular policy of the government i is to confine anyone who gives Giuliano any help Even ilia moth CST aftwr a fire had been dis er Signora Maria Lomhardo and covered in tlir theater storeroom othnr members of his family Marshal George Chambless confined to residence in certain said the cause of the explosion specific villages under close police j was notknown Blast Still Atystery j The storeroom was not known i Communists had made a deal with j to contain explosive material Giuliano but a scnnte inveatigat The blast came when Virgil j breaininK afler a traffic acci commission said it found no Leech assistant denl i Tnree Huntington hospital doetors who would not let their names be used said he came bnrk to life in 10 minutes He still is in serious condition With the seriousness of his injuries we were surprised to have him come out of it no well one of the doctors said evidence to support the accisaj tor was trying to control the fire tjon iwilh an extinguisher Four days carabinieri I The explosion shattered a plate thought they had Giuliano trapped IglasM window of the insurance in a cave near Montelcpre When company Several persons on the they closed on the cavern though were bowled over it was empty Giuliano and his The other injured were Evelyn men the cops figured had escaped Xschiesolie Virgil Leech Mary through in outlet nt the backBeth Miller Dorothy GromatzUy prices small business problems etc Chairman Unmet R Maybank D S has indicated it may look into the oil industry and re eent gasoline price increases first But no dates have been set The senate voted also to put up if the house will match it for the joint economic committee to study unemployment low in come families investments and fiscal policies The house is ex pected to concur within s few days Feasible Sen John J Sparkman D a member of both the joint economic and senate banking com mittees said Sunday he thought Mr Trumans price control legis1 WASHINGTON May 8 Harry S Truman observed his 65th birthday Sunday and told his pastor he is hale and hearty because he had worked hard and so kept out of mischief After church Mr Truman spent the day quietly with his family at Blair house He started the day by riding in ia White PJouse car to the First Baptist church to attend am am EST services Dr Edward Hughes Pruden the pastor said he told the president AS the two walked out of the church after services I hope I will be as full of vim and vigor as you are when I reach my 65th birthday Kept Out of Mischief Dr Prviden said Mr Truman lation is not feasible nt this time I smiled and replied Ive to i because it ii not supported by work 10 hard all my life Ive never i lie opinion i had time to Ret into mischief and He said prices are going down i that accounts for it fourth anniversary of that day he called reporters to the White House to tell them of the end of the war in Europe The church program carried a note of birthday congratulation to the president A special guest choir from the Parkersburg W Va high school sang and dedicated a selection to the president for his birthday Flowers on the communion table were a memorial to the presidents mother Mrs Martha Truman who died in July 1947 at the age of 94 Pastor Urges Brotherhood Dr Prudens sermon dealt with The Four Nazareth family to which Jesus belonged the human family in which all of us are reared the spiritual family which is the Christian church and that family to which Paul refers in his letterto the Whole Family in Heaven and in Earth through an outlet at thr back Knn Milicr uorotny iromaizuy one ni tun ooctors saw land I dont think the people arc i For the president H was a day of In his sermon Dr Pruden sairt But one carsmninre was killed nndGloria McClurcll ciifteen Hamilj The hoy apparently died be behind it Now is not the time totriple significance 1 His birth It the rrsponsiDiiii 01 tne 1 i I day 2 Mothers day and 3 the J Christian church to make tne thrte wounded in the setto ton I tf extreme start juch a program world a brotherhood That truth il more evident and more urgent to day than ever before It is not enough that we Russia or halt communism of out maneuver our ideological oppon I ents We must go beyond this and share with Russia and with all mankind that knowledge of God which has come to us through Jesus Christ Only by making human family a spiritual family can we make wars impossible and create a just and lasting peace After the service Mr Truinaa rode back to Blair house for fur ther observance of his birthday arid Mothers day with Mrs Truman and their daughter Margaret Pres Secy Charles G Ross Mid no special events were planned Birthday gifts pouritd Sn for chief executive during the week end The president described M feeling fine and looking fit White House physician Brig Gen Wallace Graham described Mr Truman ts virtually an iron with A splendid j   

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