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Hull Reports on 0000iation Talks; No Comm Washington -- (U.P) -- Secretary of State Corder Hull. in response to a Joint request from the Senate Commerce committee and its avia- tion subcommittee, has given for- real assuranc that this govern- ment made no commitments during the recent Anglo.American postwar aviation talks, it was dlJ- closed today. Senators Josiah W. Bailey, D, N C., and Bennett Champ Clark, D., Me., chairman respectively of the two committees, had requested the statement from Hull after reading accounts of a speech by Lord Beaverbrook in the House of KENOSHA EVENING "NEWS o Ship Transfer service and are coridered aurae- what outmoded by more modern, heavier cruisers and late-type heavy destroyers. The class ino cludes the Mrblehead, Raleigh, Ouestion Grows o.,.o,t ton, Richmond and Cincinnati, as well as the Milwaukee, which Friday, May 26, 1944 i -- Yes Sir, Tbem&apos;ll be DANCING Apln t Your Old Friends and Genial Hosts, Peter and Sam Pantos, invite you to Brewster said he had been told I I t r .,, on. o the vs involv Un I, iLIBOIG a-.. M, m,m Bm __ unaer 00ecrecy BinnieBor'nesNot GREEK VILLAGE Washington --U.m-- The secrecy- T AeL, nr r;vcw,m i ASE shrouded question of whether /U /=1% IUI VIV%II%,I;p [11 I ut, JA.u.*,, American warships have been ..... , .... tr- llm ! RKnUlMm ! itransferred to the Russian fleet onywooa . tu.,rJ . t :.eli | |MOYBmE | igrew in stature today with the Binnie Barnes nat1 cnangea nerH| W'-_-_-.'_'_".?_'-I claim by Sen. William Langer. R. mind today about divorcing Capt, l "IkGOGKTAILJ' . -." Formal haveN" D., that a numberoverOf cruiser; M ike'FrankOvich' former UCLAI " "' O P E N of the old Omaha type apparently football star, saying mat "everY-iJA F I A/ltl been turned to Russia thing is all ironed out now. n[R1  imBlUlLII I 1 , under terms of the Italian armis-was just a stupid misunderstanding!. ,m .tu tide. such as people sometimes have."  - r -iscl -- -- t h __ Frankovitch, a captain in the, Imi ange a osea ma nan .... ,-,,,re--left for hls base TONIGHT asked Secretary of the Navy James '"'# ...... .  ..... *oi f,,- o r o,, o ,-, in Nashville, Tenn., yesterday after   t. haishavea:=m:ieCn:hltj*n ;&'rng :ciss.cleTlthmtier 'Y ma /I / Your 1940 at the home of Comedian Joe with  Lords May 10. The top ranking British postwar air policy ocial purportedly said Britain favored an American plan for four free- doms of the air, including right to discharge and pick up pauen- /_,anger said his request was con- gers anywhere in the world, rained in a letter sent to Forrestal Hull's leffer to Bailey and Clark shortly before Serfs. Styles Bridges, reiterated that Assistant Secretary R., N. H., and Owen Brewster, R., Adolf A. Berle's talks with Beaver- Me., brought the question into the brook were purely "exploratory" open by demanding in the Senate and that no commitments were that the administration confirm or made. deny "rumors" that one or more Photostatic copies of the tran- U.S. ships had gone to the Rus- script of Beaverbrook's address, sians. now in the hands of aviation cam- Replies ta Questioners mitteemen, likewise fail to sub- stantlate the London reports, Forrestal replied to questioners which were carried by a press BEHIND THE LINES AS ALLIES METNazi prisoners of war sit by at a press conference Wednesday association other than the United the roadside watching as Allied armored vehicles sped onward to form that "'military security prevents Press. This was confirmed by Clark the htstorie Junction between their Fifth and Eighth armies against any information being given now" and Sen. Owen Brewster, R., Me. which the Nazis have fought 14 days as the Allies drove 60 miles and and declined to elaborate on the met at Lake Fogliano.--(NE, A Telephoto). reports. Both Were Critical 1 Langer said he possessed data Both senators, however, werel    r I [indicating that a number of Omaha agreement mentioned in Beaver- class commissioned in the early brook's speech to supply aircraft 1920's--have been added to the to Britain in the interim period[ = = . i ,----*--:-=--==--- .... ----------:-=------- ..... [Soviet navy. Ships of this class are "afterductlonthewillWarnotWhenyet haveBritiShbeenP' Drd"nmWre- iru,yNuJ i ly |[il "--" "- [the oldest type of cruiser now in sumed. Senate Mond Beaverbrook said, "Mr. Berle In resess until ay. has assured us most generously the Soviets under an agreement giving Russia one-third of the E. Brown, who ts Frankovitch's " Friends at Kenha Italian navy or its equivalent in father by adoption. =ZIFVO Dtl'$ Counf}/s Mot Allied vessels for wartime use. The OIF@hostr Delicious agreement was confirmed recently Luxurious Cockt/ by the president. Supr-Cur VR'It o :.": :'2 =:. Snack or Holiday Dinner n j o y complete relaxation amongst fine food and good I company, . N -- Plus The Master of the Solovox N CY PERKINg at the Piano and Solovox A 'Playin both Friday and Saturday nights R O W mPAOHETTI. aaDs. STEKKS. SANDWI?rBs Served Friday ITALIAN. AMERICAN HOME 2217 - 52nd St. FOOD ouo at all hours -----*--- FINE WINES eatunng LIQUORS, BIeR STEAKS, CHOPS and your favorite 5 CHICKEN MIXED DRINKS Miles South of Kenesha oa Hlghwal, 4 a , .l'b Ar a. Arab, Arab A n  I DANCING In the Gold Room Every Saturday Night featuring EDDIE LAVIGNE And His Orchestra V.F.W. GOLD CHEVRON BUILDING! Members, Guests and Friends Invited Park View bvem CHILl EVERY DAY Billotti" s Famous "THE SWINGMASTERS TRI0" Every Night for Limited Engagement They art different and unpredictable in musical combos - . . with Jtrar of unmlual specialties: SWING - - . KHUMBA - - -BALLAD$ temtung , "J." JACOBI . . "'WHITL" DIXON, flemsUonal Guitarist Accordionist /xtJraordtnary , VA ROnSm.. Harmmond Organ Wlist Don't Forget Our Delicious Rar-B-Que )inners Served at All Times SEASON'S OPENIIG as to the supply of transport air- craft in the period immediately following the war .... I have re- ceived his authority to make this statement." Clark and Brewster contended the United States apparently had foregone one of its most potent bargaining weapons without any assurance of the accessibility to American aircraft after the war of bases constructed under lend- lease. "'It should be a two-way proposi- tion," Clark said. Administration quarters said, however, that this country would be willing to sell aircraft to any friendly country after the war, adding at the same time that the policies governing disposal of sur- plus aircraft are not yet set. 4 00vasion Chief Salt Lake City -- (U.P) -- Fifteen Fundamentalists, who have a total of 5 wive and 283 children, today were under sentence to serve from one to five years each. and one of the wives was sentenced to spend a day in jail for screaming at the judge. The men were sentenced yester- day amid a turbulent courtroom session iu which attorneys who de- fended them against charges of un- lawfully cohabitating with their wives loudly condemned "886 cases of sexual immorality in Salt Lake City in 1943, none of which involved a higher fine than $50/' and immediately filed notices appeal to the state supreme court. Seek to Raise Bond Execution of sentence was de- layed until tomorrow so defendantS could attempt to raise $22,500 addi. lionel bonds required to keep them at liberty pending their appeals. The courtroom was packed to the doors, and the only telephone available to more than a half dozen reporters was in the judge's office. One girl reporter burst into tears because a rival held the phone and she could not get out of the room to find another. Elderly Betsy Lee, one of the five alleged wives of Fundamentalist leader Joseph W. Musser. was dragged through the packed spec- tators by sheriffs after screaming, "The wrath of GOd will be brought down upon you," at State District Judge Ray Van Cott, Jr., as he was sentencing Musser, t Express Confidence of Vidory in Messages London  (U,PJ -- V. M. Soviet foreign affaiXs commissar and Foreign Secretary Anthony. Eden expressed confidence of Allied victory today In an exchange of messages on the second anniversary of the signing of the Anglo-Russian Sore Tender. Aching Feel pact Truman c o m m i t t e e recalls Navy Commander Corrigan for further quest/oning--9:30 a. m. (Central War Time). Interstate commerce subcom- mittee considers radio bill barr- ing commercial sponsorship of news broadcasts--9 a.m. House Continues debate on war agen- cies appropriation bill (meets 10 a: m.) :east Guardsman Drowns Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ---{?)--- Louis Wells, a Coastguardsman, drowned yesterday in the Sturgeon Bay ship canal slip. He was from PittSburgh. We're Open Agdu, Folks] So Take a Swig at Swags Hy. 50 and 83 (Wis.) For Their Sake pacts Army Supreme Allied Headquarters, England -- (AP) -- Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower returned today rom an inspection of British ground forces of his supreme invasion command and announced that he was highly pleased with the thoroughness Of their training. 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