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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS Intelmountain Network Station KALL Monday Throujh Friday nnt WEATHER Inrtly cloudy Sunday Details on Page 2 B 52 SALT LAKE SUNDAY JUNE 1919 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Agents Board Eisler Ship At Detain 111 Johnson Plans Tests Of Air Raid System June 1 j set up alongthe eastern seaboard of Defense Louis Johnson i in what Johnson called n of announced plans Saturday for the long range emergency air raid de most extensive test of the nations fense air raid warning system since the j Plans for the mock war war here were worked out by the mili Over civilian volunteers tary establishment and the office are slated to take part in Opera of defense Headed tion Lookout which will be conbv Aubrey H ducted next September in a 10 state east coast area ranging from to Wilming SlxDav Uar The actual test will be super vised hy the air defense command The civilian spotters are at Mitchell air force New work with military personnel asI with the OCDP handling signed to radar detection stations he recruiting of the civilian ground spotters in cooperation j with state defense officials in the Prominent figures at the National Editorial Loft to Hal head of Utah Press Orrin president of N E A Richard a guest Fascism Draws Fire At Editorial Confab i i Dictatorships of the right and the east at the Denver and Rio the left were the chief targets of j Grande Western NEAS CHOICES city and distribution cicy ana aisinuuuon or maps ana urgea tnat tne information by the convention1 tne general excellence contest i forthcoming report on the a courtesy j sponsored by the National Edii ivnaljon antiaggression treaty speakers at the opening functions of the National Editorial convention in Salt Lake City Sat Kenneth super intendent of schools in Topei told the nations editors of weeklies and small dailies that a man cannot be a dictator in the modern world unless he is a a traitor and a Christian ho cannol align themselves with such governments without com promising both Christianity and Guest Speaker McFarland was guest speaker at a banquet in Newhouse hotel sponsored by the Carpenter Paper He appeared tinder the fluspices of General Motors which entertained delegates at a At the opening luncheon in Hotel Utah Richard Nixon former chairman and now a minority party member of the unAmerican activities defended the commit tees emphasis on Communist front organizations on the grounds that communism offers the greati closed to get a proper assessment East Papers Win Top Meet Prizes Group At Accord On Aid Air Liner Drops Lands Without Mishap Juno Los Angeles bound United Air Lines plane with IS passengers aboard dropped one of its our engines on a takeoff from the Denver airport Saturday night but the piano returned to the field with out U A L spokesmen said Los cir cled the field after the 4 outboard engine fell He landed the craft in u completely normal tlioy UAL officials said 45 of the passengers immediately took off in another plane for Los An geles with Sharman at the Two of the original passengers changed their plans and made reservations on a flight leaving Another passenger canceled his REAL HOPES EXIST Noting the important service rendered by civilian plane spotters during the last Johnson said volunteer observers would have an even more valuable function in the event of any future emer gency because the possibility of air attacks in another war has greatly June 4 Way It Will Work Senate foreign policy leaders i This is the way Operation reached substantial agreement i Lookout will work The civilian at a secret session Saturday on j volunteers will be posted at 1300 J I ground observation spots from demands that congress retain sole wnich lhcv tciepilone reports authority over use of American of the encmv air moves to filtcr troops to step an armed artnek in I Europe under the Atlantic pact the i Foreign Minister what Chairman Tom Connally Ule focaUonamtude and spee of the foreign relations thc attacking planes to air agreement Grill Batory Crew On Reds Escape NEW June 4 Polish motor ship on which Communist Gnrhart Eisler illegally fled the country last docked in New York Saturday and federal authorities immediately clampod an armed guard around it while they in tensively questioned passengers and By midnight 111 nearly onesixth of the 683 had been packed off to Ellis island because of technical defects in their Kumain on Ship And the crow of 351 officers and men were told that none would be allowed to leave the ship during its stay in New It is scheduled to sail It appeared doubtful that the ship would be even if it were determined that someone on the vessel had aided Eisler in his But armed guards stijl patrolled the and officials said immigration and customs agents and local police would maintain the guard as Big Four Edge Nearer Berlin Maze Solution By DREW M1DDLETON ARS June eluding those concerning relations between Berlin and the Soviet j L iii out it tu exhaustive and impassioned dezonc of occupation which fense of his position by Soviet rounds th uie reported agreement after fense conirof i a twohour meeting with i9n of State Ernest A Gross t fi e The observation posts will be political problems in a closed ses of the council of loreign min ula which will resolve the present situation in which two city gov one east and one A daily and weekly newspaper j Urges Okeh Provision Newspaper Contests at the evej ning i Sightseeing tours around rsew Jersey and a weekly in an influential committee j and Arthur Vandenberg one east and Walter George i I The which lasted overiexists V P four anci onehalf was one Western diplomatic four anci onehalf was one Western diplomatic sources said een Time m and SeDfPmber of longest of the current sesjSaturday night that despite the of the At its close a slowness of progress Saturday an around the New Jersey and a weekly in an influential committee of maps and state top honors llrged tnat tne courses by maJ th h less tnan convention n eneral excel enee COTtest tees forthcoming report on the I Gen W there was no deadlock and make it clear that pact ratifica divisions tj0n not carry authority for McFarland criticized sharpi tonal ly the nations foreign policy in Tne swards in nine his banquet speech and called for were announced at dinner Sat tile president to use American development of a policy based upon everlasting principles of i right and wrong instead of ex Our he appar ently is based upon an old Balkan proverb which says In time of great my you may walk See Page Column 2 chief of the air i defense there was no deadlock and area of agreement exists between the Soviet and the western delega tions on settlement of the citys troops without congressional con Ten intermountain newspapers j This stand was opposed vigor ously by Vandenberg and the State department on grounds that it would wipe out many of the treatys advantages and under mine its effects in the eyes of the won one or more awards or hon orable Tlwy were Ilie Herald Utah Herald Casa Dispatch Utah Sun Advocate North Sidn Xews western European Senate Prober May Request ABomb Total The it was will j Bock contain a compromise statement j Independent Record TribuneHerald Miner Columbia I acceptable to Vandenberg Hungry Horse News 8 of 14 Convicts In Custody After Break Picture on Pajre AIO June t ea hopes exist that further political progress can be made when the COPJTIEIH by meet in another secret i session j Berlin Saturdays debate centered around a division of powers in a J jRaihneiis Split I reunited Berlin between a city j government and a fourpower Kommandatura control i Vishinsky Saturday refused to Ger man Nein power of the Soviet member of i June 4 Ber this lins railway strikers proposed 1 and the State Power of President It iriirht of th M i Secyof State Dean G Acheson i Saturday that the German railroad Eight of the H longterm hada sccond chance to discuss administration split itself Into two urday night in the Newhouse vouldneitherincrease part of the associations national nor decrease cnief executives convicts who cut their way out of j Berlin and its problems Saturday business offices along eastwest hom tne3 West Virginias old state peniI night when he entertained ijnes t0 end the twoweek were recaptured Satur long as the Batory remains Thirty immigration patrol jmen in green uniforms and a dozen New York all bristling with revolvers and wearing car tridge lined pier 88 on the Hudson river when the ship docked at EOT on her first call here since Eislers In Russian Zone Eisler is now beyond American justice in the Russian zone of Ger Immigration officials questioned thc captain for but no re sults were Of thc 111 passengers some reportedly were held because of passport or visa irregularities and others because of insufficient In routine checks In the past there have seldom been more than 12 passengers so Twentyone Women and IS chil dren were among those taken to Ellis Immigration officials said 54 of the detained group were of doubtful citizenship and will be brought before the immigration commissioner Monday Passenger List After going through the passen ger list officials questioned the ships crew for three Agents sought to get the full story of Eialcrs but there was no disclosure of what informa tion they If It is not unusual for some mem bers of a foreign ships crew to be prevented from coming Au thorities customarily bar any Rejection was whom they suspect of planning to On the Batorys recent trips 116 to 120 crewmen jeeps and road After the inconclusive meetings by a statement of the president of have been kept but this is the first two weeks of dealing the Sovietcontrolled Willy itllc llrst time er whole In each second werc enixvith a11 of attention in j to a west Berlin and third place awards were made iinVflVnn congressional war aec forcement officials to flush the the western delegations is focused for the daily division and two I rLrL i at larSv jon attainment of some sort of an There is only one manage June 4 for te daily vson and two George said he believed we are The size of Americas atomic weekly depending upon in He said his view i before dawn i PI rriila ii L u i stockpile may have to be disi clrculalon j is that the treaty does not aad The Winners Listed The mass break was engineered agreement on two to fall into the Dcsire Work j Kreikemeyer West Berlins lord Ernst I offered in a letter to est threat because it is of an of the work of the Atomic energy international He de clared that the committee and He can act to investigate sub said The winners follow Brien McMahon I First in Seneral excellence to implement article Daily Journal at operating clause anything to the presidents pownet tightening around this There is evident in the United 1 Kreikemeyer to lend the railway i i StatnK dplpfrflfinn n Hocirp In snppri i i j crew has been In Polish Ambas sador Josef Winiewicz said his government will use all legal means to prevent seizure of the He pointed out that the Batory fought on the side of the daily The Schoharie Jour congressional hut asserted some of the mittee vhich is investgating divisions critical reaction to the commitcharges of incredible misman Second tees activities has the past aRemenr by allies during the war said that in been inconsistent or predicated Kickenloopcr R at A E C i daily Herald misinformation or chairman David I Lapeer prcsfli Other Highlights Other highlights of the openI jfahon Ing day activities included Appearance of Virginia movie and her Michael at a fashion show piven hy ZCMI for wives and daughters of the newspaper pub A welcome program for a spp Mei point and his earlier sugges ly of the effects of han on the Bgested that the smcereiy nope mis snip her which is controlled by the master an her w not be and Elmer Vishinsky Saturday appeared could operate as onecome vicllms thc disappomt who left sick bed to men frnm to grant to a German j svstem but have both west Berlin ment over tnc escape of Eisler general excellence state his drew a sharp diswno nsd cscapetl oneo government in no matter iand east Berlin offices or ovcr the of the British aiitnmntic IISP i j x western office under thijiftollrt which set him Winie recognize the iwi said u striking independent trade union Hc sald tnat Ule Batory s mas and the same action taken m less than a day and 0 He appeared obdurate on pay the workers in west ter and owners were being most in general excellence of a treaty uncertafn freedom was shot in the Iquestion of reducing the area in imarks and guarantee the workers i He said the owners V TriOllnG nnm rw i I Vtrtnrns In i Q j 4 Mich Cahlornian between automatic picked them up as thev how any great degree of j Tne western 01 id and by a president of American troops j were walking along a Belpre from the Kommand proposal would Lapeer County to preserve the national defense Another of those captured after it was striking independ meaning to tion for a sli lifting the secrecy number of Hickenlooper told re porters he doesnt think that is a safe for McMahon noted he had pointed cial trainload of delegates from ollt jn a February speech that it would be impossible to properly assess the conduct of the atomic i energy commissions un less the congress and the Ameri can people had a pretty reliable idea of what our stockpile of atomic bombs Daily The committee hopes to report shoulder by an Ohio state highway i which the unanimity principle I would not be fired for political radioed the shipmaster Friday daily unanimous agreement on approval1 patrolman after was This was a recession reasons or for striking nKht instructing him to give r ncxt walking along a highway in nearby from the position he took The railway American authorities fullest He was identified when he indicated that the Rusi which has refused to deal PROGRAM AT A GLANCE Editorial Convention Events ON THE INSIDE SECTION A National IS Foreign 6 Editorial 13 SECTION n Local IB Drama U Mines and Markets 9 Sports 1015 SECTION C Classified Advertising Deaths 10 Intermountain 12 SECTION W Society ON M 112 112 oiler Mndrl Home SECTION M Trumnn Opposed We must carefully weigh the benefits and any military disad vantage that might come from divulging this he Harry S Truman has op posed making public any informa tion on the number of bombs Lilienthal recently promised a j study of McMahons i i but the Connecticut senator said he had not received any 1 Hickenlooper made it plnin o fnr as he is number of the bombs will not bo divulged as a result of his ques tioning of Lilienthnl with regard to commission ThrIowa senator said hp re gards the number of KK a Music manor that should be carefully 18 i guarded because of the benefits lit would bring a potpntial j Jones for ladies at Centre the j enemy if the world found I Program for Kational torial convention SUNDAY by Ta ber nacle choir and address by Reuben Clark member of the first presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat terday in the taber to welfare in thc Hotel J 45 on sightsee ing trip to Kennecott Copper mine nt Bingham and party at products din ner at Hotel with Utah Copper division of Konnrrott Copper as at llnlil Ktnh with 1nitod Brew ers Foundation as for in Hotel Itah and mnlmn picture premiere Sorrowful luncheon in Hotel Utah roof garden for ladies with Rhoda Porte Graves of Porte Publishing as Lake senice clubs luncheon in Hotel I for tour of Geneva 6 at Xew housc hotel with Ford Motor as in Xew house hotel with Geneva Steel as host and Walther Geneva as TUESDAY 8 and busi ness session in Hotel Utah roof I1 SO o f for Brigh ton where Western Newspaper will be ai Ituifheon and Works will ho host for ski lift Annual dinner in Hotel for Pacific railrnnd station for trip to southern Utah i discover as Mike sians might apree limiting the with the western trade Eisler succeeded in stowing away Holly a was IvommandnUiras authority and technically would save The0tn the vessel on its departure from captured with giving certain governmental east Berlin office would continue Ncw A combination of hunger panss lions to the cily i io do business in Soviet zone east master of and hr alertness of a country Me also might he prepared Imarks and continue to bargain j the said he was still in charge storekeeper sent the olher four ask for retention of the veto only with the Communist free German of tllc After hours of ques tioning by he re ported that things were going No crew members had been ar he said j Asked if the Batory would sail for Europe on schedule he replied Business As Usual to the 83yearold pemten on most Important trad j They were Dennis 27 47 Donald and Charles Traveled to East They had made their way oast ward about 10 miles to th farm ing section near Glen still in prison Truman Chooses ExActress For Treasury Office Picture on Page A2 June I UP An exactress who switched from signature for engraving on all new i paper Why not Business as The justice department in Wash i j Thf appointment is the first big no to a grocery operated by the footlights to banking and poli political plum Truman has flilns lo amc the T veasel for a Floyd Fritzman and his 22yenr lics hy Harry S handed out to any of the women Bating passport Truman Saturday as treasurer of i workers who helped in his but that acnts wcre The othor three hid in thc woods tllc United She would be I election fight last fall to find out whcther anybody 1 the firsr vnman to hold the Clark is understood to have aboard had aided Eisler to jump The convict ordered more groj The White House said Tru been recommended for the job by i bail and stowaway last Icerics than three men could will send to the senate Mon Fritzman When the grocer I day his formal nomination of started to question Taylor Georgia Neesn Democratic India chairman of May suspicion is aroused the womens division of the 3mP can bc detained until ac tion can be a spokesman cratic national j from George whom she Thn Batory had been due to dock i married In She has no chil1 at 11 Federal officials boarded 1 her at at in and ordered the engines a break for the national committcownman from The new appointee is divorced isfiicl Fritzman Rrabbod a pistol and i for thc fired five Taylor was not treasurers but he stopped dend in his She will succeed the lale who was killed last Sun Born wlule held him in an automobile crash near Clark graduated from VVashburn i They conferred with at hay with a his wife in and went j Cwiklinski in his smoking loungo rnllpd officers already in the Clark is If confirmed on the stage after taking a course i for an who was A search of hy i he she will inherit one at the Franklin Sargent School of i charge of the ship when Eisler woods soon flushed out Taylors of the most desirable patronage Dramatic Art in New violated nn order to stay in the three plums at the administrations com Clark has been Democratic anil stowed away on the Governor has pointed special commission investigate the i national eommitteewoman from As her prindpiil job I her state since 1936 and is active in would to make copies of her j League of Women I said he did not think it proper to divulge the result of Column I   

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