United Press: News Round-Up, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-09


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_ UNITED PRESS NEWS ROUND-UP FOREIGN: Confident/of Adenaurs Allegiance WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— U. S. officials said today they are confident West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer will remain firmly aligned with the West despite Russias wooing. Authorities said Adenauer may accept the sudden Soviet invitation to go to Moscow. But they said the crafty German statesman is too wise to fall for-any sugar-coated offers Moscow may make to entice his nation away from its alliance with the West. Sea Wolf to Be Launched July 21 GROTON, Conn., June 8.— The atomic powered submarine Sea Wolf, the second nuclear undersea warship of the Navy, will be christened and launched here July 21, it was announced today. The Sea Wolf, larger and more powerful than the USS Nautilus, will slip down the ways at the Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics Corp., where the Nautilus was commis- Kinnprl lash Rentember. Expect House to Cut Housing Program WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— A sharply expanded " housing program which Democrats pushed through the Senate in a surprise upset for President Eisenhower likely will be scaled down in the House. This was conceded today by House Democrats from big city districts who are strong backers of public housing. Their prediction was based on past House action when the lower chamber, dominated by members from rural areas, voted to halt all expansion of federally-subsidized rental housing for low income families. The Senate each time saved the program. Try to Break Armed Services Stalemate WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— Republican Congressional leaders said today "every effort" will be made to break the legislative stalemate blocking adoption of an armed services reserve program. The legislative leaders told President Eisenhower they hope to start a reserve bill through the Senate in the near future. The program hit a snag in the House on an amendment by Rep. Adam Clayton Powell D-N.Y. to ban segregation in the National Guard. Stassen Assures Yugoslavia Independent* WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— Foreign Aid Director Harold E. Stassen today assured the House Foreign Affairs Committee that Communist Yugoslavia still stands "firmly independent" of Soviet Russia. Committee members, concerned about Marshal Titos reliability, sought to pin responsibility for continued aid to Yugoslavia directly on President Eisenhower. NATIONAL: Austria Ratifies Peace Treaty; Appeals VIENNA, Austria, June 8. —Austria ratified the Austrian Peace Treaty today, and appealed to the Unite*. States, Britain, France and Russia to follow suit "without delay." The Lower House of Austrias Parliament ratified the treaty yesterday, 164 votes to zero, and this countrys "Senate" completed legislative action the pact by voting its unanimous approval at 1:45 p. m. today. Churchill Gets Great Ovation In Commons LONDON, England, June 8.— Former Prime Minister Winston Churchill returned today, amid thunderous applause, to the same back bench seat in the House of Commons from which he scourged the weak and the hesitant before World War II. One of the greatest ovations in recent times greeted the pink-jowled, stout old man as he entered the chamber for the first time since he resigned as prime min ister last April o. Cabinet Positive on Moscow Visit BONN, Germany, June 8.— The West German Cabinet, meeting with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer today took "a positive attitude" toward Russias invitation to Adenauer to visit Moscow and "normalize" relations between the two nations. A cabinet minister who asked that his name be withheld disclosed the governments attitude after a three-hour meeting this morning. The spokesman did not say definitely that the chancellor will accept the Russian invitation. Observers here believe no decision will be reached until Adenauer has had a chance to confer with President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Anthony Eden. Faure Inyites .Molotoy to Lunch »■ PARIS, France, June 8.— Premier Edgar Faure today invited Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov- to lunch here Thursday to explore the Russian friendship bid to West Germany. Molotov is expected here Thursday en route to San Francisco for the tenth anniversary of the United Nations founding. Authoritative sources revealed that Faure and Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay have invited him to lunch at the Quai DOrsay and were awaiting a reply. They were expected to try to feel out the real reasons behind Russias new major diplomatic offensive. Sastroamidjojo Discusses Easing Tension TOKYO, Japan, June 8.— Indonesian Premier Ali Sastroamidjojo said today he discussed with Communist Chinese Premier Chou En-Lai his countrys offer to help arrange negotiations between Red China and the United States. Radio Peiping last week. The premier arrived by plane at Djakarta, Indonesia yesterday. To Champion Nationalist China at U. N. TAIPEI, Formosa, June 8. — Foreign Minister George Yeh will leave for San Francisco next -week to lead Nationalist Chinas case before the United Nations in the face of Communist Chinas peace offensive, it wasreported here today. Yeh will attend the tenth anniversary celebration of the U. N. scheduled for San Francisco June 20-26. His chief interest, it was reported here, will be to read off Indian roving Ambassador V. K. Krishna Menons peace plans for the Formosa Straits.

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