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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                RADIO NEWS am am pm lalermouutain Network Station KALL Monday Through Friday WEATHER Fair and somewhat wsrmw Sunday Details on Page BIO VOL 159 NO 17 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING MAY 1 1919 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS Gives Tacit Agreement to West Stipulation on Ministers Meet By THOMAS J HAMILTON LAKE SUCCESS April Jacob A Malik the Soviet representative to the United Nations gave his tacit agreement Friday to the stipulation of the western powers that the pro posed meetin On Agenda For May Day LeftWing vs Loyalty Displays to Place Stress on Politics MaiikTOWS Hands of Woman Wins West German State i1 In Tribune Puzzle Contest Utahns Gain All Other Top Money Positions of the council of foreign ministers on the German i By ASSOCIATED PRESS Communist and leftwing labor question must not interfere with their plans for the establishment groups all over tJie world will f Q Nod Aboard of a western German government it was learned Saturday night j p Persons in close touch with thflj JKOsOHC Ulltl JLUI negotiations brtweon Malik andj Dr PhiHp C Jessup the United States roving ambassador said that at their meeting Friday Jla lik also save new assurances that the Soviet Union would raise thcj blockade of Berlin on the twoj conditions previously announced by the Tass news agency the western powers should simull lanoously remove the counter j measure they have imposed on j communications with Soviet oc cupied territory and that they should agree to a date for a coun cil of foreign ministers on the German question Encourage Optimism These developments encouraged j newspg perwoman optimism here and Dr Herbert j V Evatt president of the general assembly issued a statement Sat1 urclay afternoon saying that there j is every reason to anticipate the ending of the long protracted and most dangerous Berlin dispute and j the early lifting of the blockade NORFOLK Va April 30 Naval regulations barring women overnight guests aboard warships were relaxed Satur day to permit two congress women and a newspaperwoman to go cruising on the aircraft carrier Midway The congresswomen are Mrs Reva Beck Bosont of Salt Lake City Utah and Mrs C G Woodhouse of Sprague Conn Mrs May Craig of Maine is the gjnia capcg are 26 male con gressmen one senator 11 sons of congressmen and several newsmen Q the invita of congresSi Rep Bosone and Rep Woodhouse received bids by mistake but they accepted The navy was unwilling to renege and allowed the ladies to go The United Nations Evatt said will have every reason toj rejoice when the settlement is j completed first because the or1 ganization is dedicated to the purj poses of international peace and international justice and second because acting through its gen1 eral assembly its security council j and its secretarygeneral it has consistently and vigorously pro moted every practical measun aimed at the earliest completion of the peace settlements Slakes for Peace A Berlin settlement will by no means cover the whole area of great power dispute but it will certainly clear the ground for a fresh approach to just and stable jOfficials m Washington are m peace settlements in relation only to Germany but to the equally Russ E On Berlin Capital Holds By JAMES RESTOX WASHINGTON April 30 NTT traditional May day ceebra tions Sunday but they face con I siderablo competition from anti Communist groups In the United States demon strations were staged Saturday in some cities while others will have them Sunday Loyalty day parades far outnumber leftwing celebrations in this country In Europe and other sectors abroad the observance generally will be on May 1 which was desig inated as an international labor I holiday by an international social ist congress in 1889 Dignitaries Lead New York loyalty paradtrs led by Maurice Tooin secretary of labor Francis Cardinal Spellinan and James A Farley stepped down gilded Fifth ave on the stretch adjacent to Central park On the west side of Manhattan leftwing groups marched down Eighth ave in a May day pa rade one of whose themes was a demand for a peace pact with the Soviet Union instead of the Atlantic war alliance 1anxders Take Oath This parade wound up in Union square participants took a pledge I which included We declare our loyalty to our nation to our people and to our great democratic institutions In the spirit and ideals of our great leaders we pledge to continue the struggle for thc complete destruction of Fascist barbarism everywhere in the world so that our people and all peoples can prosper in a world of security and peace Based OD VFW Idea The ioyalty demonstrations were clined to agree with Pres Harry S originated in New York by the Truman that the Russians are now of egotiating in good faith to ie Berlin blockade and reopen j cjaj state blessing to the loyalty accordance with the Mexican in the council of for1 marchers this year olution at the Paris general ministers on the future of The loyalty groups also new sombly by those Gf Bs a whole mBrooIdyn and Phla fimf7JrtoSthe of I What concerns these officials Ires llben Barkey will hf however is the purpose behind thc speak Saturday at a Polo grounds h f rally in New York sponsored by Roman Catholic archdiocese Winner of Contest Mother of Three Winner of 510000 first prize In The Salt Lake Tribune Puzzle Fans contest was Mrs Silva Jacobsen Poeatello Ida telephone company employe and mother of three teonage children THE NEW JOHN L Tornadoes Rip Lewis Mildly5 Accepts I Three States Coal Pact Talks Bid Die 85 Hurt the Prav stices of God hating Commu Although some sources antici pate a long struggle within the end the blockade and council of foreign ministers it council meetings to end the cold j was learned that the principal jwar jn Europe or is this merely difficulty which developed Friday another maneuver in the struggle was the insistence ot Malik thatf0r political control of Germany June the Soviet prcssion of atheism throughout t invitaUon for separate ne notice Monday for Lhc masUlie world and for preservation of goUatiCTS toward a contract i Confers With Allies lcry of Germany by diplomacy and I the U S from communistic Therc a larsh By MAX HALL WASHINGTON April 30 j John L Lewis in a mild rally at which Catholics will pray polite statement Saturday cepted the southern coal oper gaining between the union and the j northern and western operators that flailed Oklahoma Texas and By ASSOCIATED PRESS A series of spring tornadoes and J In fact nothing has been formally ac1 ssid Kansas Saturday killed at least five injured S5 ami caused up to exactly 60 days before the tract expires the 30 months the Rus tried to achieve this ob r bv force in Oklahoma were at Norman Meeker McCIoud and methods have I for Sunday as well in New Jersey the Southern Assn This is I use of their powe British and French representativesfaincl more spectacularly to the United Nations but he is yler diplomacy Now they want understood to hare insisted to to agaiL Malik Friday that the two other j This revives here an old hope and ambassadors should take part in an Ojd fear Ever since the start of subsequent discussions tnc cold war United States offi Malik explained his preference cials havc that once we for the procedure followed until demonstrated to the Russians that now on the ground that this would th could not maneuver us out of save time However some deleGermany or force us out they Coal Producers the same group i Lewis refused to meet last year io do so by a Taft Afler their two meetings this wrrk Icssup immediately reported jjelllv uv iuivt the conversations to Sir Alexander Irl some ways the Russians1 an A wallpcr CHHopn and Jean Chauvel of thcir power In Column 3 Hartley injunction suggested Saturday that the bargaining begin on June 6 in Bluefield W Va That late date may not entirely please the southern group which split off from northern and west ern operators last week and asked the United Mine workers presi dent for separate talks beginning promptly Moody had only this to say TWPTTivr Anrn Wc are considering Mr Lewiss 2 traffic to Berlin I Part of next week The present contract which covers soft coal mines in other sections as well as the south will Why the Soviet Union hopes to persuade the United States to agree upon th without the dirce ifiant word in the letter he wrote i The TaftHartley act prohibits j utica In addition k fifth mar is y celebrations are planned to Joseph E Moody president of j the ending of contract terms miFSing at Norman home of the TV aw lOrCfSV t I The Kither old fear is that by Reichs All Set To Resume Berlin Travel ruary which led to the present talks suggested that the Soviet Union and the United States should settle the Berlin dispute themj to be and promi for resumption of selves isirg the Germans pcwer political in case of British French Pleased independence and freedom the i Russians might block the integra out a notice to the other party j university of Oklahoma Bonham 60 days in advance Moody filed Tcx one death such a notice on Lewis Apn 21 j The swjrlirig St0rms destroyed And Lewis Saturday called this buildings smashed automobiles and proper notice I Uprooted trees Many of thc twist ers were accompanied by torren tial rain and baseballsized hail stones Smashes Farm House The latest tornado reported was a May day e unuuj OWL Ui t Europe and eventually ne German hesoprohmmarystrps R ssoGerman alliance j start 3C flucct partition ot n w d War L B u l unknown T blockade on into A Hamburg dispatch said wcst i expire June 30 o I i Vio c railways were ready to I 30 freight trains a day to Officials said they could date has been set for bar Britain and France is Aj officials here see it the Rus get 20 trainloads of coal to the city but it is learned that tne uc representative to thc United i within 24 hours after being given pleased Jacob A Malik could be the green light to Feeling of Optimism Heightening a feeling of opti mism the Russians in this divided PEOPLE LOLL IN APATHY Shanghai Line FoUs Red May Day Bid SHANGHAI Sunday May 1 armies thrust closer to Shanghai and Hangchow Saturday but the Reds had failed j to fulfill their were I not celebrating May day in Shanghai j The Nationalist garrison was pledged to defend Shanghai to the death and the city was in greater immediate danger of riots inspired by the economic crisis i than ot attack from without 52000000 in property damage More than a doaen communities j soived the first 90 puzzles without error and received Uie puzzle charts The amount of each prize in The Tribune Puzzle Fans contest was determined by the number of sub scriptions which the contestant submitted with the entry Class A entries were those accompanied by four subscriptions to The Salt Lake Tribune Class B entries were those accompanied by two subscriptions Class C entries were those with which no subscrip tions were submitted and class Cl The end of a quest for fame and fortune Thats what this story means to 113 Uiahns and Idahoani who have just been named winners of The Salt Lake Puzzle Fans contest First prize of cash was won by Mrs Silva Jacobsen Pocatello Ida a telephone company supervisor and mother of three children Second prize of was taken by Linnje Bgan Salt Lake City registered nurse who lives at 435 E South Temple James R Jack assistant graduate manager University of Utah won third prize ol while fourth irize was won by Leon M Watson University of Utah student and outstanding athlete who lives at 175lOth East Salt Lake City Other Major Other major prize winners in Lhe Puzzle Fans contest included Israel C Heaton Logan fifth prize of J150 Laurel Tanner 567 Douglas st Salt Lake sixth prize of 5150 Michael R Cannon 2689 Highland dr Salt Lake seventh prize of Edward V Olson 124 G st Salt Lake eighth priza of 100 Mrs Lillynn Bishop 649 Atom st Airbase village Salt Lake ninth prize of S50 and Loma Cramer 857 E 1st South Salt Lalte tenth prize of A complete list of prize winners will be found on page A 14 of this issue Began In October Tile prize announcement cli maxed the Puzzle Fans contest which began last Oct 17 Affida vits have been mailed all winners in accordance with rule No 11 of the official rules and when these affidavits are signed and returned prize checks wlllbe mailed to the winners The Tribune Puzzle Fans contest was built around the rebustype puzzle with three sets of 30 puz zles each comprising the basic test All contestants who solved the first three sets of puzzles cor rectly were then sent a set of 10 puzzle charts from which they composed their own puzzles and solutions Final round construction chart entries were judged on originality and entertainment value with spe cial emphasis on the number of objects correctly identified and used Many Thousands Participate Many thousand intermountain residents started the contest and a substantial percentage of these Llnnie Egan Salt Lake City A nuriMi from James R Jack Third goes to Salt Lake City man at Utica 15 miles southeast of Durant in southeastern Oklahoma entries were those for which the contestant had submitted one sub Newt Pruitt a scription under a special contest small tornado struck his farm I provision house His wife was critically injured A 7yearold girl Anita True was killed near Meeker 30 miles east of Oklahoma City A small boy was dead at McCIoud 20 miles oast of Oklahoma City Rules of Judging Judging of all entries done however without reference to the number of subscriptions accom panying each entry or to the name of the contestant after the SECTION A at Bay National Foreign city granted two British demands j Editorial 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 11 12 13 died of a heart j standings of all entries attack as he took shelter in a ditch from a storm near Bonham Texas Twister Skips Town The name of the Norman victim a national guardsman was not re tosed by the guard e mined did the judges apply the A B C or Cl classifications I Despite the many thousands of Leon M Watson Studies Sco Page 14 Column I off Jor a student at U ol P two of about British Socialism Shifts Right Spikes Tory Election Guns The nrituh s at the professional level It Is with such cordiality that it rcprc sented almost a complete change j i of attitude i British officials announced that an officer and three enlisted men arrested by the Russians April 2 while on patrol near the Soviet border at KleinZacher had been returned Saturday night The Rus leaders editorial writers j and party orators The amateurs not cxcittd about politics as such The main issue being hotly much ground can capitalism yield to them undis turbed Without our brand of radio for their release Bowing and Smiling They promised not to interfere again with canal traffic in Bri tains sector They also returned with an apology three British military policemen seized Friday duringa raid on n British occupied Frank Cirvml repurtini IIP Ilir fiinlirn Kltiintlnn tor The Trlhnnn and Hrvcrnl other IratllnK AnicrtrMi ncni puprrii nnalrzr tinlinpc lnrt pro of lsilior and In till follmiliiB nrllclr in nrrori ritnrlmllni Ilnwlrli V noun In The Tribune By FRANK fiERVAfil LONDON April p noxt general election is still more commentators to arouse and farm next general eicuon rt fuse them they are less interested Bowing and smiling Soviet Tt tnan a year off but tic struggle i n whether they work jn najcol Suronov told British Lt Col Jor power in 1950 has already j tionalizecl or privately owned facI J F Corbett the British policemen begun Thc noise of the political tory than in fundamentals hltc werewell behaved and gave no bnttirwlvrli miv decide the fate prices The great national pre trouble but they had been inside nauic whcli may ciccuie ine iut o afion s nol whctllcf free tlc Soviet mne nnd had to be ar of socialism British brand daily survivos but how to rested fills the House of Commons and make do with whnt is left of Theres always a big noise fohoed bv the prrss nrd radio wages and salaries after povUriiund hore when something hap Most of the agitation however I gee iage 9 Cpliimn 1 pens he commented to reporters Intermountain 15 SECTION B Local 111 Intermountain 12 13 10 16 Deaths 14 SKCTION 0 Classified Advertising 110 SECTION S Sports 16 Hollywood 7 Business News 8 9 10 SECTION W Society 118 Logan U Talk 8 Ogden 11 Clubs 16 17 Provo 18 SECTION H Farm Home Garden 116 Farm Letter 2 SECTION M Features 18 Music Art the Bonham even I town j A Shanghai garrison communi likely to minimize than to magnify the Red mated the forces outside Quinsan The at several thousand i Daily Favorite said bars of the J E Owens family suffered cuts and bruises when thcir home blew down around Only GOP Qualifies to Handle U S Problems Watkins Says Tilhuiit BRISTOL Va April ognizing the existence of a social revolution in the United States Sen Arthur V Watkins R Utah Saturday described the Re Order Wcst Powers Out 1 and his wife 50 were reported in near i jured at their fnrm home six miles The village of less than 100 persons five miles northwest of Bonham It wrecked n number of homes a The Chinese Communist radio I filling station and a Baptist at Peiping demanded that thc I church armed forces warships and mili Another tornado struck near tary aircraft of the United Stales Antlers in southeastern Oklr Britain and France be withdrawn i homa Two persons Gal West 65 from China Immediately Red units were reported Pingyao evacuated town 15 miles j south of Antlers Power lines northwest of the big lake resort I were down of Hangchow back door to Shanghai A newsman in thc city snid he doubted that Nationalists try to hold it Telephone calls direct to the i United Press officu hero from Hangchow 12r miles southwest of Shanghai disclosed that jfiirri son govprnmTit officials already ihad evacuated thc city Struck in 1945 One of the worst tornadoes on i record struck Antlers April 12 1045 killing more than 80 pcr sons i Therc were at least 70 othor j persons injured in Oklahoma in eluding 42 at the University of Oklahomas north campus v ward looking party in America that is qualified to cope with pres ent conditions ami still preserve those principles that have made the nation great Addressing Republican party workers at a district organization meeting here Sen Watkins said the objective of the GOP should be a rcapplication of these great principles in the light of present conditions accompanied by con stant vigilance to protect the free enterprise system Our free cnterprise system should be allowed to operate free ly he snid It should be thc duty of government however to see thnt free entsrprise operates at maximum efficiency Where the system fails to so operate i and when it fails to meet the necessities of the people the rote of government should be in sup plementary form he said Government he senator con tinued should ever be vigilant in its desire to meet the short com ings of our system hut the people should ever be vigilant and oppose philosophies that will deprive them of their freedoms through creation of an omnipotent central ized government We have found that certain abuses in our system have de manded government control he said I do not object to thif role of government In our social revolution It now is accepted policy that gov ernment will help those who through no fault of their own cannot provide for themselves The task of the Republican parly he said is to the needs of this segment of our society andstiil not overlook protect the principles upon which our free based enterprise fyitwir   

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