The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 26, 1949, Page 21, Image 21

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    Russia's Plan To Paralyze New
German Republic Snags Parley
Suspended Adjutant General Issues Reply To Gov. Langlie's Charges
TACO.MA. Mav 26 (.) Brig. ' Ion National Guard ... to approxl-
Gen. Ensley M. Llewellyn has is-1 mately twice its prewar strength.
sued a statement categorically de
nying charges made against him
bv Governor Langlie and calling
lor an investigation of the case
By DEW1TTT MACKENZIE
Associated Press Foreign Affairs Analyst
That crash you heard Tuesday afternoon was the monkey
wrench landing in the nroceedings of the newly assembled Big 1 by the Legislative Council
Four Foreign Ministers' Council in Paris. Llewellvn. suspended adjutant
The Big Four have slipped speedily back into their old position j
of opposition Russia versus America, Britain and France. Tho ; stitutional right of free speech"
difficulty, as anticipated, is the matter of settling Germany's future. I although he had been ordered to
When the Council assembled i make no public statements.
Monday, after a lapse of a vear . The general, In denial of ai
He charged that the shortage in
the uniform allowance payments
was due to a legislative deficiency
because of failure of the 1947 Leg
islature to appropriate enough
money for the fund.
"I am charged." Llewellyn's
statement says, "with authorizing
the use of state armories with
knowledge that insufficient exits
had been provided for such use
during public gatherings at which
and a half since the Russians j throw Germany under control of I charge of incompetence, said he j emergency exits might have been
walked out oi tne last session.
there was the outward atmosphere
o' a love feast. The opening meet
ing was a hail-fellow-well-met af
fair among Foreign Ministers
Bevin of Britain, Schuman of
France, Vishinskv of Russia and
Acheson of America. The fre
quently fiery Vishinsky promptly
agreed to an agenda proposed by
the three Western Powers, saying
affably:
"If I am not absolutely con
vinced by the arguments, never
theless I will consent to your pro
posal. . . . We are going'to agree
on all questions here."
The western Powers had en
tered the meeting determined to
carry through the establishment
of a federal republic in their zones
of Germanv, and hoping to per
suade Russia to bring the Eastern
Zone into this government. That
is. they were aiming for a united
Germany which still would re
main under allied supervision un
til complete moral and economic
rehabilitation had been achieved.
Would Ban Republic
When Vishinsky was called on
to state Russia's position he ac
cused the Western Powers of de
parting from the principles laid
down in the allied pact made at
Potsdam just after the end of the
European fighting. He called for
restoration of four-power control
throughout Germany, as laid down
in Potsdam, and for establishment
of a German state council with
economic and administrative func
tions. This would mean a return to
the original controls on Germany
and would do away with the new
. ly created German republic.
It would be a complete reversal
of much that the Western Allies
have been workinc for.
Vishinsky proposed that the
Ruhr be placed under control of
the Big Four, and countries bor
dering Germany. These countries
would include not only the west
ern nations of Belgium, The
Netherlands and Luxembourg but
Poland and Czechoslovakia on the
east.
The Western foreign ministers
followed Vishinsky in rapid suc
cession and with few but pointed
words.
Allies Standing Pat
Acheson made it clear the West
wasn't going to undo what had
been done in Western Germany.
Schuman followed in similar
strain, and argued against return
ing to the starting point (Pots
dam) and repeating old mistakes.
Bevin backed up Acheson and
Schuman.
What all this really means is
that we have entered a new phase
of the battle for control of Ger
many, politlco-ecor.omic keystone
of Europe. Observers think they
see in the back of Russia's mind
the idea that under the old Four
Power control, a Soviet dominated
Eastern Germany might in due
course dominate the whole coun
try and thus achieve German Com
munization. If that view Is correct, then the
light among the Powers must go .
on. The West never will give in
to any arrangement which will
Truman Appoints New
Minister To Hungary
WASHINGTON, May . 25. (.T)
President Truman today nom
inated Nathaniel P. Davis as min
ister to Hungary, where this coun
try has had no representation
since the trial of Cardinal Minds
zenty. The action set at rest reports
that this government might not
restore its legation In Hungary.
Davis, now ambassador to
Costa Rica, will succeed Selden
Chapln, who returned to Wash
ington tor eonsuiauon.s lunow-
ing the Mlndszenty case.
the Kremlin
1 J Hot foCNISHWU 1
111 NORTH JACKSON
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"completely rebuilt the Washing-1 required. The Legislature by law
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authorizes the public use of armor
ies Local authorities can prevent
their dangerous use. . . . Many haz
ards have been eliminated during
m, administration. , .
He also denied that he had not
used proper precaution In estab
lishing and maintaining post ex
changes; that state employes used
slate-owned automobiles for strict
ly private purposes or that the
public was allowed to use state
property except on a lawful basts,
lie admitted the grounds at
American Lake were used for pic
nicking by social organizations,
the Boy Scouts and the public.
Parties can be given not only
for old friends but to make new
ones.
PIANOS
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