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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pi Intermountain Network Station KALL Monday Through Fridnj WEATHER Fair and warmer Tuesday oo Page 14 VOL 159 NO 40 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MORNING MAY 24 1949 PRICE FIVE CENTS Big 4 Opens Paris Parley German Republic Born Fever Mounts For Ouster Of Lilienthal Delegates Proclaim Russia Urges Talks Bonn Constitution BONN Mav 23 Bonn constitution On Japan Treaty PARIS May 23 Big Four for Scientist X Suspect As Red Link Hold I proclaim the basic law after AResejircll Director a colorful lOmmutc ceremony in j j which all but two of the 65 dele i gates affixed their John Han WASHINGTON May 2P UP lCOcks to the document demands for David E LiliThe two abslniners were Com enthals resignation were in munisls Heinz Renner and Max congress Monday amid reports Romiann When his name was that the mysterious Scientist X Renner went to thc rostrum who allegedly gave Abomb secrets jas if to signi but Ihen announced to Communists is now supervising wilj not slgn tne division of I atomic fellowship students Germany Congressional sources said Sci1 entisl X who has never been publicly identified and two other supervisors will be subpenaed to tneceremony with astatetncnt in testify before a house subcommit whjch nc asscrtcd the firm con tee They asked that the exact tllftt our worh has con group bc kept secret until the ltributed to a llnified Germany I papers are served a Gtrmaliy wiu be unified Ouster Fever Mounts j under this flag soon The flag is Hie gold red and for 45000000 western Germans wa formally oifjn ministers conference began auspiciously proclnimed in effect Monday just five minutes i Monday with an agreement to renew efforts before the gavel fell at the opening of the to conclude peace treaties for both Germany power foreign ministers conference in Paris j and Austria Also they left the door open for Dr Konrad Adenauer 70yearold president I talks on a Japanese treaty of the Bonn parliamentary council announced Delegates described the called in an attempt to end the long east west crisis on Germany as cor dial favorable and goodhu mored A French delegate called it idyllic How long this atmosphere will last was questionable but at their first meeting the foreign ministers quickly agreed 1 On a fourpoint program for their talks Sure of Unification Adenauer however concluded As East Meets West Powers in Momentous Paris Session Demands for Lilienthals ouster j as chairman of thc Atomic Energy j commission and for a fullscale investigation into his handling of all to This is lie scene in ho pink marbie palace conference room in Paris as Ihe Big Four foreign ministers began their initial meeting Monday in attempt to find solution to knotty German problem powers are determined to hold advances made during the past few months Military Hero PARTIAL BREAKTHROUGH V Rites Due TT1 ji 1 s Jr or r orrestal atomic problems mounted pitch during the dny irman Brien McMahon D I promised that his joint j congressional atomic energy com blnck of the preHitler Weimar republic adopled by lhe conven lion for the new west German fed eral republic Reds Pierce Shanghai Lines written German guarantee of u i democratic liberties since Constitution for Gcrnmn proclamation proposals when it completes current inquiry into the disappear i ance of a small amount oE urani i from the commissions SHANGHAI Tuesday May 24 forces appeared j Tuesday to have achieved a par WASHINGTON Mav 23 breakthrough of besieged The funeral honors due to a miU Shanghai s sou hwestdeensns tary hero will be paid to James V I The Nationalist defenders were Korestal who broke under a rushing reinforcements lo the ninevear burden of high service area where reports indi in war and peace Reds had reached the wooden fence encircling the city The national military establish TWs WQuid t through merit announced Monday the na lhe majn defenses of this Asian lions first secretary of defense metropolis who took his own life will bc in1 terred in Arlington national ceme1 Partial Breaklirongli tery with military ceremonies The Communists struck nard Funeral Wednesday j in the southwest sector at 10 am By noon they seemed lo have made The funeral tentailvely has been d t for 10 am EST Wednesday The Nationalist defenders moved some big guns just behind a ware house across from the mouth of i Soochow creek which flows through the middle of the city into the Whangpoo When these guns let go the war rumbled into every i apartment and office room in downtown Shanghai j Fighting in Pootung was so inear that thousands of civilians i watched its progress from streets and rooftops At least 40 shell jset fires burned there for hours Monday From the Associated Press of fice just off the bund one had only to look out the window to iso Kert soldiers Had entered the T HP fiST Tafl Truman s T1io i vnarnm rnrmor rnninor Aids Clash OH Health Bill iti3 n v T tiiio nLLtnii The 5yearold former cabinet be R a scalc actjon Com officer look his own life early mllnist Sunday morning If it Js not jkcl bp rar He plunged to his death from Vnmigh into a fln ihr 16th floor of the trim white Naval medical center al Bethesda ReportR from near Lhe cd nf Md where hc had been a patient the Frcnch conccssio1 antl jn since a few days after turning over tcnlational settlcment said tne his cabinet post to Louis A John fignling was heavy but still was son in late March outside the flimsv ncwlycon He left behind only an ancient structed wooden fence Greek poem of despair and death portions of it copied out of a book Flee Into Shanghai by his own hand Residents were fleeing by the Congress Tributes i hundreds into Shanghai i The big Lungwha international New tributes poured out Mon1 ncar the battle area was day in congress open However no planes were Through them all ran the theme comi in and tKe fj d t thai Forrestal was a casualty of of the war and of the fight to merge A r t that the road from the armed services Many to shangnai had been bers commented that he had been cut was donied b the fjeld jn a targel of much unjuslified telephone call i The Communist drive The native New Yorker will be a Nationalist buried near the grave of Frank victory paradc Of several deco Knox wartime secretary of the rftted lrucks wound throllffh dovn navy whom Forrestal succeeded town prior to unification of the armed services i Roali Eastern Bank Mrs Forrestal who was in Paris Earlier the Communists pushed at the time of her husband s death to the easterj bank of the Whang and returned to Washington by pon rivcr 0ppOsite thc heart of piano Monday expressed a wish ctv lhat thf funeral bc The only thing one could tell for sure about the confused battle T TTT l for tie worlds fourth largest city Roonoy Vickers to wed uas that it was closer LAS VEGAS Nev May 23 Small arms fire crackled all Vickers of the flickers night in the Pootung dock and gets her divorce Thursday her atwarehouse district just across the tnrney said Monday thus paving Whangpoo from the city center thc way for a June wedding with Occasionally shots were exchanged Mickey Rooney i across the river Oklahomaii Faces Kidnaping Charge in Utah U S Court T E ONeil 49yearold Okla homa man arrested Sunday at Cortcz Colo for alleged abduc tion of a Utah marshal may be brought to Salt Lake City to face a kidnaping charge as a result of a complaint filed Monday before U S Commissioner E M Gar nett The kidnaping complaint was filed by Scott M Matheson U S district attorney with an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investi gation as complaining witness Certified papers were forwarded o Colorado asking a warrant of ifmovnl to federal custody He is to he returned to Salt Lake City unless hr seeks trial jn Cnliriulo under provisions of Haw cdcrnl law it was explained ONeil has been in custody of Montezuma county sheriffs of ficers at Cortez since his arrest in a cafe there after Virgil Easton town marshal of Monticello re i ported his abduction Easton said hc had arrested a man in Monticello Friday on j charges of issuing a bad check and was taking the man to iail when jhe turned a gun on him Easton said hc was forced to the highway where the man hitched a ride Unth a truck driver who unaware i of the circumstances took them 1 to Cortez According to Enstons sfory the man kept the gun on him dur ing the ride and held him a a Iholel Friday night releasing him Saturday morning WASHINGTON May 23 An administration spokesman said Monday Pres Harry S Trumans health insurance program is the only alternative to state medicine but Sen Robert A Taft R Ohio said he was wrong Taft disputed in particular the claim of J Donald Kingsley act ing federal security administrator that there is general agreement that our present system of pay ment for medical care is totally inadequate I dont agree with that at all the Ohioan said Taft is the author of one of the principal substitutes offered for the system of nationwide health insurance to be financed by a pay roll tax which Mr Truman is backing Passage Chances Dim A senate labor subcommittee opened hearings on the administra tion bill and a number of alter nates for it which have been pro posrd Similar hearings are in progress in the house but there appears only a remote chance that ron gress will act this year Sup porters hope to have legislation ready in case there should be a special sessions next fall or for ac tion when congress returns noxt January Kingsley the first senate wit ness said the federal government already is supporting a big pro gram of state medicine in which an estimated 21000000 persons re ceive some federal aid Senator Disagrees T am firmly and honestly con vinced he said that nothing short of the socia insurance meth od can prevent the ard eventually the complete substi tution of state for private medi cine Taft told Kingsley that I dont agree with your conclusions on a dozen different things He said hc regards the Truman plan for a pay roll tax and expan sion of medical facilities and serv ices as a rather elaborate plan of grants and loans to all sorts of dif ferent people Kingsley said only an insurance plan cnn provide a sound firm reliable economic foundation upon which private medicine cnn expand ard flourish cover the battle less than two miles away It began at 10 am and raged into the night At times the Nationalist planes and artillery seemed to be cover ing withdrawals At other times they seemed to be supporting an attack By late afternoon the cen ter of fighting marked by shell bursts and new fires seemed to be a halfmile farther east indicating Nationalist progress In their other main attack on the southwest the Reds apparently drove at least three miles deeper into the Hungjao suburban area A garrison communique ad j milled the Communists had gotten into thfi main defenses but said they were finally driven back with j planes artillery and tanks i Tells of Abandonment The garrison acknowledged abandonment of Chipao a suburb six miles west of the Lunghwa airfield That airfield four miles south of the city was reopened how i ever after having been closed j Saturday i A score of Chinese civilian i transports landed and took off i The China Mail of Hong Kong i said some of these planes were i taking Nationalist gold yuan bank notes to the provisional capi tal of Canton for safekeeping In Canton however the gold yuan fell to 210000000 to one U S nearly worthless that i beggars scorned to pick up bills littering lhe gutters In Shanghai the geld yuan was blackmarketed at 40000000 to the dollar being i six times as valuable as in Can Rfil Radio Reports The only news of the big Com munist drive into south China came from the Red radio in Peip j ing It said Nanchnng capital of j Kiangsi province 100 miles south j wesl of Shanghai had hein cap i Sunday The broadcast heard in San I Francisco by the Associated Press hailed Nancharg as the birth 1 place of tiie Communist army saying thai it first concentrated i there to fight tho nationalists Aug 1 1027 Mountain Empire Air Lines Win National Awards CHICAGO May 23 Twentyseven U S air lines were honored b thc National Safety council Monday for safe air transportation records in 1918 The award winners ocmplot i ed more than 4000000000 pas j scnger miles without a death last year A passengermile rcp i resents one passenger carried one mile The air lines cited were I American Trans World Braniff Northeast Pan AmericanGrace Hawaiian Inland Uraba Model 1 lin and Central CarribeanAt lantic American Overseas Capi tal Chicago and Southern Co lonial Continental MidConti nent National Western Chal lenger Fnmire Monarch Pied mont Pioneer Southwest TransTexas West Coast iind I Wisconsin Central the Russian zone too Basis for Treaty Aulhorilalive reporls from Paris Areonne laboratory in Chicago said tnc western powers were Lilienthal has been under fire i ffreed the Bonn constitution must for disappearance of lhe uranium I be the basis for any political um 1avr fication of Germany They propose and because Communists have been granted atomic fellowships GOP Solons Join Cry Two senate Republicans party i leader Kenneth S Wherry of Ne braska and John W Bricker of Ohio joined their colleague Sen i Bourke B Hickenlooper of Iowa in calling on Pres Harry S Tru man to fire Lilienthal j Two other GOP senators Ar thur H Vandenberg of Michigan and Robert A Taft of Ohio and Sen Tom Connally a Texas Demo crat led the demands for a full Germany They propose not to recognize the communisti dominated peoples congress as an cast German government i J fVQ Under the new charter Germans enjoy free elections and civil libi RussiaBerlin Police Kill l c S erties renounce militarism and BERLIN Tuesday May 24 IIP Vote Fil Publicity 2 To give full publicity to their plenary sessions instead of at tempting to impose a news black 3 To order their deputies to get back to work the Austrian treaty in hope that a final text may bc approved at this meeting 4 To set a date for the next foreign ministers conference be fore this meeting ends 5 To omit Japan from their present formal program but to leave the way open for informal talks on plans to draft a Japa nese peace treaty later Raises Japan Issues Andrei Y Vishinsky Russias new foreign minister raised the Japanese treaty question at Mon days opening session in the rose marble Talleyrand palace It was liie usual diplomatic surprise with which Russia liltes lo open such meetings But in some conference quarters it was taken also as a possible indication that this time Russia might seek an outlaw aggressivc war A govern Russian controlled police killed i overall truce in the global cold rwont rtrtneicfMer 3 TTrftclrinnr fl ment consistingof a president a two railroad strikers wounded two I parliament is to be organized by critically and injured others late j medjate action on his proposal and midJuly The capital will be Bonn Monday night in a batlle al Ihe The signing look place in the Zoo cevated station modernistic normal school where the delegnles worked for eight I months to draft the 146articic kreuz station early Tuesday and Strikers broke into the West inquiry into Lilienthals adminisj document Bonn had a holiday al their leaders said they intended to Itration of various aspects of the mosphere and about 500 people j occupy all stations in the west See Page 3 Column 1 jammed the hall the Big Four ministers adopted the following fourpoint program for discussion 1 The political and economic unity of Germany including the question of that countrys occupa tion by troops of the big powers House Committee Rips 15 From Marshall Plan Funds One Berlin Currency j crn sectors of Ine city during the I right Soviet sector police and strikej 2 The Berlin problem including breakers were given an ultimatum j question of one currency for to surrender tho Westkretiz intire cily lion j 3 Preparation of a peace treaty Deputy Mayor Ferdinand for Germany cnsburg said that in lhe fight at j 4 Examination ot the status of a i the Zoo station scores of railj treaty to restore the independence WASHINGTON May 23 amount of aid to Europe can road strikers were wounded in ad Of Austria The house appropriations commit nc given for less money dition to the Iwo killed and the j Inclusion of the Austrian treaty Itpc ripped 15 out of second year Tupr M v two critically wounded was an indication that lhe foreign 1 Marshall plan funds Monday and cp om Col J D Steward British pubi ministers believe it may now be Paul G Hoffman agreed with Thomas tnat current Hc safcty officer ordered Soviet possible at last to agree on a final said such a cut would mean a price trends justified the reduction police to evacuate lhe Zoo slation draft i sarious loss of momentum in Eni Lower price figured in the when they opened fire and gave i French Foreign Minister Robert i ropean recovery i smaller reductions which were ithem 20 to get out Schuman who presided at the The Economic Cooperation d b thc subcommittee itself Hc Kaul west Berlln police opening meeting as host proposed ministralor lold a news conference j Commjtiec action follows a I would throw Ihem oul if Ihey relhe fourpoint agenda on which he I he is extremely concerned over i t f sh for fused j American Secy of Stale Dean lhe future of the undertaking if the j attempts in the senate on Thc Soviet sector police backed Acheson and British Foreign Secy proposed reduction is finally ap other appropiration bills Law down under lhe British demand Ernest Bevin had agreed in ad proved by congress i makers are studying various forThey agreed to leave the slation vance The committee ignored its pwnmulas bejn slggestcd tor rcduc and said a train was coming to j Russian Program subcommittees recommendations illt TORts Vishinsky submitled a program The crowd made its first rush A Small Cut This leaves 53568170000 Mr Truman had asked The subcommittee which heard ULCI ClJlIJMllLLtre ilUtlUjl I W iilv iu m u vtm against presidential requests for down the locked doors of the staj German problems including joo nm Hnn i Berlin and the question of an German currency He S6322200000 tion Other items as approved by the Some of the estimaled 150 rail greed committee are Government relief u i thn ovdcnce had proposed 54015 f Gcrmallyi Austria road police inside opened fire in occupied Three strikers fell Two were killed j after discussion with stria Japan instantly the other was wounded t f uld be omitted Austria but included it with the provi laken up only afler all German questions considered However Vish withdrew his program and rn accepted Sehumans i Then Vishinsky sprang his sur prise the Japanese proposal Vishinsky said that nearly four 1 years had passed since VJ day Trges Treaty Study H said he did not insist that Japan be put specifically on the program But he said some thought should oe given before this conference ends to a Japanese treaty and especially to a confer DETROTT May The just manpower to the rate of pro cmo of foreign ministers on Japan UAW Proposes Arbitration Of Chief Ford Strike Issue 900000a small cut in anticipaj Korpa anrUhc Ryukyus isiands off in the side tion of further price drops Other jjan Thc prcsident The crowd fell back in confusion eommitter members contended the had and the but threatened to make another price outlook permitted further sllbcommitec had chopped il only rush Western sector police slashes strained them Asked if he could continue to accept responsibility for adminis lering the program if the lfCn cut FIRST MAJOR STEP stands Hoffman said it would bc a difficult job but he is here to do the best we can with what congress given us Hoffman said evm a S100000 000 cut in appropriations could mean a loss in Eu ropean income resulting from in ability of thr Europeans to pur fhnse raw materials because of the CIO United Auto Workers MonAuction at Fords two Detroit j Vishinsky argued that the Pots dollar shortage j ht arbitraMon of plants Disagreement on this point dam agreement of 1945 which set IA P m proposed arbitration ot was s acl Qf Uic up the council of foreign ministers Slow noun trogram tho mnn issue in lllc Ford strikc strikc of 6r000 workers May 1 I foresaw that they would draft a I If this cut stands the program It was the first major step aimed The company has proposed arbi treaty for Japan He said that will bf slowed down and if its goals i at breaking a lljday deadlock tration of the issucs all along the council for Japanese treaty are achieved he said they will Walter Heuher UAW presi The union said however that its purposes should consist of the como only at later date and at dent suggested that six minor is suggested method of arbitration United Slates Great Britain Rus a much higher cost sues be settled first before going differed from Hint of Ford sia and China excluding France The vote still subject to ap to arbitration After these were Ironosils i tool no activo Part in provnl by house and senate was 22 I agreed upon hc said the union v I i Pacific war to Committoe members said 15 would sign a strike settlement In a letter to Henry Ford II Aoheson rejected Vishinskys Republicans and seven Democrats When talks broke off Sunday Rotither proposed that this ques idea that four big powers should voted for the 159r cut on a motion the company expressed belief that lion be submitted to arbitration j deal with Japan alone by Rep Albert Thomas D 1 the chief issue in the Does the company under the cites Far East Board Ninctorn Democrats opposed it the one for which the U A W pro contract have the right to require j It is rarely that thc arbitration was the big an employe to work at a rate of1 He denied that the Potsdam committee overrides one ofsnag speed in excess of 100rf of estab agreement included the idea that its own subcommittees which has lished standards of production and the foreign ministers of tho great held lengthy hearings and studied ipurniMir to rcquie tn make up powers act and pointed out tfstimony John S Bngns Ford industrial production lossfs resulting from lhat other machinery exists for Thomas told reporters ho br relations director said was factors over which the worker has the job namely the Far Eastern liovcs the reduction he proposed is optimistic the minor issues could no control commission which sits in Wash justified in view ot current price hc settled once the major problem Rciithcr asked that an arbitrator ington Eleven allied countries declines Kconnmyitos have argued was disposed of suitable to both company and which fought Japan are on that because of lower prices Uic The big micstion was how lo adunion be selected   

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