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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm Intermountain Network Station KALL Mondaj Through WEATHER Scattered afternoon ihowers and Friday Details on Page 38 VOL 159 NO 43 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MORNING MAY 271919 PRICE FIVE CENTS Single Package Plan Draws House Okeh Senate Approval Sought for Move To Balance Budget Cut Debt WASHINGTON May 26 will lump si government money bills into a single measure starting next year in an effort to balance the budget and prevent overspend ing Chairman Clarence Cannon D Mo of the house appropria tions committee said Thursday Announcing plans for the farreaching reform to the house 1 he jaiii il would enable congress j I to see the overall spending picture in a single frame and balance it j against government income He said it would put squarely up to congress the issue whether to keep within the federal income or continue to spend more than our income and increase the stu pendous national debt Spending Check Sought He also said the singlepackage j PARIS May 26 proj Plan would focus the nations at Russ Propose VetoRuled Reich Council posed to the foieign ministers tention on government spending land help members withstand conference Thursday that a highI pressure groups more success ranking German control board be fujiv formed to run the conquered counj v trybut that each of the Big Four K should retain a veto over it Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky also gave an economic look behind the iron curtain which western observers at Ihe meeting left the western ministers S Wherry R introduced a bill to I require the president to cut fedj eral spendingbetween 000 and S3650000000 in the 1950 fiscal ypar beginning July 1 The measure has the blessing of Truman Defends AEC Calls Attacks Politics REPLY FALSE Solon Claims R36 Tix By Air Chief Violence Flares in German Rail Walkout other GOP leaders and is skeptical and even humorously by Sen Styles Bridges misbelieving Ri N H ranging Republican Sessions Grow on the senate appropriations com mittee The bill is aimed to pro This was the fourtn session of vjde machinery to kfiep the council The sessions have be balanced without tax come progressively longer since increasei upon wftich Mr Truman the first one 3till insists It provides It is getting to be just like old j in rail strikers smash windows and tuirl hurrt bsindies from a train bound for the Soviet from Charlottonhtirjf station in one of the dashes marking the transit strike Tim train is manned by strikebreaking Communists from the Soviet zone Strikers seek pay In west marks times an American delegate com mented in describing the session Outlay Cut Ordered 1 Before next Oct 15 the presi which ran for nearly four hours dent must order cuts in spending in the pink marble palace near for fiscal 1950 totaling not less Paris famous Bologne woods j than five per cent nor more than Western spokesmen gave this 10 per cent of the total appropria tv moiino tions voted by congress not count picture of the meeting The clash of east and WASHINGTON May 26 UP Lioyd Wright archi tect of functional homes and buildings said Thursday Pres ing interest on the national debt Harry S Truman agrees with liraHv snTiV 2A11 reductions must be made i im that it would be a good idea cui1iy unu i i tn mnvp the nations caniral wpsh Agrees Capital Should Be Moved West 5nHij JTJIII to oe ncreasui Y to the most efficient to move the nation s capital west BSLVC lOr LJ16 Drirr iOOK liHO f uo ern Germany given bv Vishinsky of the government and of the Mississipin sin ucnua ij si tnpreDV balance the budeet avert He added ou cklvr however j thereby balance the budget I an increase in taxes or rise in the He added quicklyr however that Mr Truman did not offer Witalk reoresented a change national debt and maintain aj to support any such project of ton in one respect His prosound national fiscal policy Wrighl newsmcn ne c posal for a highranking council 3 The president could not of Germans to administer many any appropriations item more than political and economic functions j 20 per cent apparently was intended to Passage German favor for Russias proj w posal to restore iourpower coni nave lo be piiss6d by both houses trol of congress and signed by the The American British and president or passed over his veto French delegates met it head on i by a Uvothirds vote of both by saying they would have pone housis Chairman Robert A Taft of any type of conlrol which ham o j ot lhe ssnave QO P policy pered the new western German committee has expressed doubt government that such a plan will succeed In two long speeches during the Pres Harry S Truman afternoon Vishinsky defended the day expressed fresh opposition to and talked highly of economic congressional budgetc u 11 i n g I in the eastern zone long moves particularly those a seTPt area so far as western ing funds for foreign aid He said eves s re concerned j however that it was his job to He appealed for restoration of Wlthem See Page 5 Column I wnat t0 do about it He rfid not I j comment on the singlepackage j I appropriation proposal called at the White House primarily to suggest that the government Berlin West Line Cleared But Rail Strike Persists BERLIN May 26 Ger man strike leader yielding to an American appeal eliminated one source of IT SRussian friction Thursday night in the railway walkout which has become an is sue in big power politics He agreed to move fcur western the four power foreign ministers in Paris A British diplomatic spokesman in Paris charged the Russians with WASHINGTON May 26 UP James E Van Zandt R i Pa Thursday accused Secy ofj Air W Stuart Symington of irj regularities in connection with B36 superboinbpr purchases Symington retorted that the charges are obviously and dcmon strably false Quoting sources I cannot dis regard and referring to ugly rumors Van Zandt predicted Symington will resign his defense post to head a huge aircraft com bine after congress approves funds for more B36s Reports The congressman a former navy i captain said the new combine would be controlled by millionaire Floyd B Odlurn who now con trols CotisolidatedVultee Aircraft Corp manufacturer of the B36 There are wellfounded re ports he said thst Odium helped Defense Secy Louis A Johnson raise campaign funds for the Dem ocrats last fall Johnson nesigned as a director of Consolidated be fore being sworn in as defense secretary Johnson was in New York and not available for comment The Van ZandtSymington flare Laments Hysteria Created As Senate Spurs Probe WASHINGTON May 26 Harry S Truman as serted Thursday that the Atomic Energy commission headed by David E Lilienthal is doing a good job and there is no exeust for getting hysterical about atomic security Stepping personally into the dispute between Lilienthal and some Republican senators over alleged carelessness and mis management of the atomic pro pram Mr Truman told a conference that Lilienthais critics have exaggerated relatively triv ial matters for political purposes His defense of Lilienthal came State Department Revamp Signed Five Aids Named WASHINGTON M a y 26 soon after Sen Brien McMahon D chairman of the joint congressional atomic energy com mittee ordered a complete inves Harry S Trumsn 1 tigation of both good and bad Thursday signed a measure pro j features of the atomic program vidinjr reorganisation of the State department and imme diately named five new assistant secretaries of state These were W Walton Butlerworth of Louisiana John D Hickerson of Texas George C McGhee of Texas Edwin G Miller Jr of New York and George W Per kins of New York The president nominated Adrian S Fisher nf Tennessee as legal advisor to the Slate de partment Seeks Military Rule Sen Harry P Cain E announced he is Introducing a bill to abolish Lilienthais tlvemrtn civilian commission and return the 1 project to military domination He said the nation no longer can afford slipshod control of our major warmaking poten tial the atomic bomb But Sen Arthur H Vandenberg R promptly opposed any such move He said it is indispen sable that atomic energy control The position has been open for remain in civilian hands sometime He also named George F Kennen of Wisconsin to be State department counselor a position formerly held by Charles E Bohlch now top as sistant to Secy of State Dean up came after RepCarl Vinsor GAcheson in Russian affairs D Ga announced that the house armed services committee which I allied military trains stalled at j came western Berlins main source the Wannsee station here on the of supply The total Thursday was continuation of a modified blockjhe heads will make a full investi gation of the B36 buying pro gram to sort facts from gossip Welcomes Investigation Symington said he will welcome i iwiaet tra t irtM all0 r Airlift planes carrying an aver age of 8000 tons daily again be me u a transport oincer ai me luesoay jsnoum DC mvestigaiea ne saia station Thursday that no more j That was theday the United by that process the truth allied trains would be allowed into states Britain and France openlywill be revealed As it should be Berlin unless the station track was j sympathetic with the west Berlin Vinsoh said his committees in cleared The transport officer men jn tlie strike against jqulry will be thorough and search plied there WHS no way to move their Russiancontrolled German iiiig find will include every phase j President Gets House Okeh OfAmpleERP single main track between Berlin tons Trucks and barges investigation of Van Zandts alle and the west zones which also moved in other produce But only gallons and rumors and he ap carries zonal Soviet traffic half dozen supply trains havejpealed for an open hearing Russian army officers notified reached Berlin from the west since Even allegations and rumors the U S transport officer at the i Tuesday should be investigated he said stay out of architecture in v public housing Wright said the whole govern ment should move somewhere out on the rolling prairies around DesMoines la or some j Uie trains because strikers hart railof the B36 purchases i hand in dealinir with the Russians where n Mssom or maybe to j ooked the sidelracU switches ami i wavepoice out of rail installations i Referring to the air forcenavy in Rusmana the Denver area Then we po open them would be in wcst seclors and replaceddispute ovei could build a great new city breaking them with west Berlin police Later however a young Atnpri1 can officer walked up to Karl Hennig district strike chifetain and said i Look we flew the airlift for WASHINGTON May 26 forcifnaid appro priation aimed at strengthening Secv of State Dean Achesons Mr Truman indirectly slapped at proposals to restore military control of the project by saying the nations atomic position has been vastly improved since the civilian commission took over from the army two years ago Rakes Demands The first questions fired at Mr Truman at the news conference were about the recent demands of several Republican senators among them Bourke B Hicken looper Iowa that Lilienthal fired Mr Truman replied by picking up a typewritten statement from his desk and reading It with emo tion The statement said I personally know the coun trys position in atomic energy We are making good progress Our situation has been vastly improved in the last two under the atomic enerfy commiB he said through the ouse Thursj Dfiplorcs Muck ctralenie upanmi Vinonn auer i rCS Mar J a J ruman lln lo bliangiiai Navy Due First Negro Ensign SHANGHAI Friday May 27 Senate Thrift Session AS sudden as the crash of an Chairman John L McClellan I Oriental gong in an empty street D announced that his i peace and quiet senate executive expenditures Shanghai Friday returned to committee will begin hearings Tuesday on another budgetcut academy next week the first ever to attain an shoulder hoards at Annapolis presjdent to his last mad burst of fighting on the north bank of ndj the next fjsca f f organized five per cent resjstancc waa colmplicatedfebv in you Why dont you rlo this for us and get the trains off the track Token of Sympathy Hennig then replied As a token of sympathy for your airlift work well let these four trains move But no more Senate Okehs New Power Johnson strategic weapon Vinson said in a statement It is high time pleaded for adequate funds those Most of the deep cuts made who have been the object of this i Previously in the bjll by the house I deplore fact that rela tively trivial items have blown up to proportions been that WUU Hit UL HUO 1 j steadily increasing tide of appropriations committee were j 1hrea ten the integrity of the pro cism and innuendo be given an j offset either by direct increases j gram opportunity to put their case I or by permitting the money to be It time people topped jet squarely before the committee the in 13 ij months rather than ting hysterical when the word 15 as originally planned atom is mentioned The plain fact is that the atomic energy pro Agree to Procedure congress and the public Disturbing Rumors Therefore he said he will take Leaders of the house budget up WASHINGTON May 26 lnp mstter of investicatinr the The Un ted States Brita n andjThp scnatp stamnpri an ol invehujaLing int hsvo i i f y JP p i disturbin rumors and gossip ance ai nave demonstrated iproval on letrislation a med at coru i with his committee Tuesday i cutting bloc agreed to this pro gram is in good In good hands I hope the commis sion will soon be able to get back lorThe strfkerf who amed at CO1 He slid he acted became s n cetlure The idea legislators said to work and that the atomic en The military phase of the Com munist takeover of the worlds fourth largest city ended in one fli westjsonal rail traffic in want pay in west marks and other of the army navy concessions and air forces Action was by But clearing of the only east1 voice vote west rail artery through Berlin The legislation which now goes of ill Irtff inac4 1 fftr 4n a slate near chaos Brig Gen Frank L Howley American commandant accused the Russians of welching on their to the house was first urged by the late James V Forrestal first that united action was ergy program will cease to need to back Acheson at the used for preelection campaigns I have entire confidence in Mr Lilienthal He has done a good secretary of national defense after fhl 536 late armed services committee i Parls foreign ministers confer1 which had been considering a sim encc whcre Germany s future is ilar inquiry decided not to take DeinE debated with the Russians it up Van Zandt said there are ugly disturbing reports Unking Sym ington Johnson and Odium with Backers of the measure said job Informed of Mr Truman s state He s it was designed to strengthen ment Hickenlooper said the presl nonCommunist areas against the spread of Communism The bill passed on a standing Three tried it before but amount appropriated decision a mono barricaded agreement by through One resigned 12 years McClellan said the committee j lionalist holdout troops The I failure to make a deal with the strikers 12000 antiCommunist railway men of west Berlin Stoppeu All Traiits Jn general it provides broader and more definite powers for Louis i and others who succeed got tnruugii uue jucuieuan saia me eommiuee j uonalist holdout troops ago because he place UJH uy lo out whether it j soldiers were in buildings along in the naval service would be a good idea to ask the the creek that bisects the city Vveslry said Thursday he really i budget bureau to Submit new esi from east to west j enioyed his four years as a mid timates for fiscal 1950 reflecting j shipman except for the publicity changed economic conditions hwept City bad angle j Harry F Byrd D Once resistance ended the Com A oar nM Wo chin Ionian onS has favored a single ap munists swept on into Honkpw hc was very and north Shanghai They swiftlv montnsf imner Pleased at Rep Cannons eliminated a handful of Nation coips ccmnnsson in Ihe y btlt it FOM through con evacuMtinn point 10 miles north of Academically he stands near the KffiS in a loxen or so Shanghai surrendered hills and federal agpncies oiton Thus ended Ihe monthlong siege three defese forces in lo lhe name of Johnson is vote and went to the senate Only team S involved in lhe reports 27 members stood up in opposi j Van Zandt referred to Johnson Uon as againsl 193 in favor Broader Power Set as my old friend and said hc j should welcome a chance to clear his name But his references to I Funds for EGA earned more The hill carries funds for the Economic Cooperation adminis fore Rep Adam C Powell D jAUtiin L i i ji N Y appointed him to the naval announcement and is conn academy Brown is one of 18 mid the senate will approve t A The government now submit Sponsors also claim that fiscal I ration to continue the Marshall plan of European recovery one uirt areerp nnfi Turlrpv i Oonnaiiy Taft R denberg for a full dent is entitled to his own opin ion He added that Mr Trumans knowledge of the program comes from the commission chairmans Lilienthais reports Democrats Join Critics Criticism of the atomic chair man has not been confined to Re publicans Sen Pat McCarran D Nev also called for the original cause strike the Berlin and Arthur H Van Mich all have called nquiry of the charges Hickenlooper who headed Mc committee in the GOP middle oC ms class Wesley is the son of Mrs Rosctta romr back with deficiency reand two days of isolated pitched bailies in the heart of the city Shanghai often a prize of war F Brown of D C HOOVER SUGGESTIONS Executive Orders Agencies To Cut Operation Costs taining more funds for more B36s Its total is t Thp senate a series nfis approved and head this huge i 730000 less than the president reJOth congree made it plain that It was two weeks ago Thuwday u bv stnlor vTvrP airerilft combine ho said i quested but most of it can be criticism of Uh en thai did not at the Russians lifted their senalnr Uavnfi He said the air force to spent in 1 and onehalf months mean he favored Cams proposal virler for the current meeting of i tual merger of nations fightadriinK iet at a cost of planned OT u o KAA Ane Annu T of the 15 originally Im still for civilian control of the enlire program he said Sen William F Knowland R Girl 16 Rescued had passed into new management Communism had completed iU jrrip on the great cily of about T 7 6000000 population HI After 50Ft Fall Trapped in Lines This morning thousands of and I crossed the bridges over Soochow I creek after being trapped in the WASHINGTON May 26 UP for congress to pass bailie lines 50 hours Harry S Thursday received lhe Hoover mit several of lhe commissions i were almost hysterically happy i commissions summingup report J plans to this session But in the j rejoining families and friends in I on ways of making the executive meantime he said he has started the citys center They were branch of the government morea program for carrying out some amazed that so few had been efficient of the recommendations which do killed or injured The number of He promptly ordered all federal i not require legislation i civilian casualties was unknown agencies to follow its recommen I am asking each department i but it was believed to run less dations for operating at the lowand agency head to give special i than all Chinese est cost attention to the question Is your The trapped foreigners and Chi In a statement praising the agency doing the best possible job nese left the bullet splattered work of the commission headedat the lowest cost Mr Truman buildings as a handful of Com by inrnjer Pres Herbert Clark said rmmisl soldiers took the stir Hniiypr Mr Truman took note of To answer this question each rendered Nationalists to prisoner its to congress that failagency heart must give thal kind of war camps lire in adopt its proposals for of attention to management and This govprninpnt force had streamlining the gnvernment will operating pnhlnms which was marie a stubborn guarrl fight greatly diminish the rhflnops for rerommendcd by thft commis to kPep lhe Reds from closing in snrcossfnl refnrm sion rn Ihe retreating Woosung bound The conimifsinns Mh report Mr Truman aprced with the garrison snirt that past reorganization plans rnmmission that il in impossible For two days Die Nationalists i wprp of little value1 fcerause they i to say now how much money would hart helrl the Soorhow hrirlgps near MORRISON Colo May 26 Sixteenyearold Jennie uu 11UU10 Akers was rescued Thursday Truman reorganization act so Tie can Their ordeal was over They niKht after rhe plunged 50 feet into a rrevice while climbing skyscraping Crealion rock The towering sandstone forma tion is in the Park of the Red Rocks 20 miles west of Denver Rescuers said she sufferd hip and arm fractures and lapsed inlo unconsciousness several times during the hazardous trip down the rock to a waiting am bulance She was taken to a Denver hospital inn fnrfec Jiioii uirtri ijuuuuu jne rjCnnuniH i uuji Pen Moroe snrurd that HIP SPC Former secretary of defense ministration will receive Cal a metriber of the atomic retary to Mr Forretal in learning 470000 for use between April marinps to the army or navy fliers of irregularities in the handling of 1849 and May 15 1950 The presPosed to military control JVIJ1J TJH JTjl 1 ej t r to the air forces if he found lhigilhis he continued approve it i ident asked for S5272200000 for use until June 30 1950 See Page 5 Column 8 Combat Rule Studied But the senate majority retained legislative restrictions against altering these basic organizations or their assigned combat func tions One major change ordered by the senate would install a uni and accounting moth S CHIEF EMPHATIC Congress Should Stay on Job ASHINGTOXi M 26 tjpt ureg on the must Hst Harry S Truman said cmj Uus Platically Thursday that congress this reform et Hoo n ir brtalf of stay on the mtil il I less a session were called n P commission r finishes the work he U and The president said Lucas told he heads He est he docsnt UkeS him that not a11 of his interview mated that adoption of business ilikc methods coild save as much He told a news conference he was printed He added both Lucas believes congress is mauing progI and House Speaker Sam Rayburn It is making progress he said but all this conversation about of progress is to prevent it from doing so When a reporter said newsmen got the idea from Lucas that compulsory health insurance and many other Truman as a year i ress but that it should remain in had reported there were many j were going by the boards for this Other changes in the vast de srssion beyond the tentative ad more items on the calendar and j session the president said he could Thp point where she fell into fensc organization wereurged by ioiirnmentdatc f July 31 if neces it might ne necessary to extend i not answer that hypothetical the crevice was about 20fi feet prrK 55 Truman Forroslal sary to act on nis program lhe session to get action on them question above the ground just north of ant Tohnson i Most of the interview Thursday Thats he way he felt ton Mr Lucas snid he thought it would They include clear authority tor was given over to the legislative Truman said arlriing he had not be impossible to pass health in Ihe defense secretary to control outlook given up hope of getting higher suranee before adjournment of the policies and spending of the Xewsmen hnd gainert the im taxes this year j this session army navy and air fnrees j pression Tuesday from Sen Scott He said he personally has no j The president said he was sorry This is done hy raising the W Lucas of Illinois Democratic priority list for congress that the house had sent back to com the stage of the renounod Rrtl Roeks npen air theater Others in party swirl she lost hpr footing when she leaned over to peer into the rrcvire She fell about 7 pm and res estnhlishment to thr status carried out piecemeal or not hp saved hy reorganization hund that lesrt to the main1 ruers who lowerorl themselves j nf ar sicl nf ropes reached ranking second only to the stale at all isaid savings will take time j avenues in the northern part of JUr Truman Is waitingto achieve the city j wiih her shortly befort 10 pm j department floor leader that the TuftHartley hes still for the entire program act repeal reciprocal trade law i he presented He said congress extension and the North Atlantic j ougnt to finish the job and he pact were the only major measi thinks It will mittce the bill for higher pay for officers in the armed added the rates had been scientif ically prepared   

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