Salt Lake Tribune, May 30, 1949

Salt Lake Tribune

May 30, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah RADIO NEWS am pm Network Station KALL Monday Thtoueh Fridly VOL 159 NO 46 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MORNING MAY 30 1949 WEATHER Cloudy Monday with after noon thundershowers Details on Page 17 PRICE FIVE CENTS Bolivian Strikers Seize Kill US Engineers West Expects Soviet W To Proposals Sunday night Russia will say no to western proposals for a Ger many united under the federal democratic constitution written at Bonn These sources expect that at best this session oC the foreign ministers council which opens its second week Monday will pro duce a renewal of eastwest Ger man trade and a practical oper ating agreement on Berlin Russian sources said Soviet For eign Minister Andrei Y Vishinsky and his associates were in contact j with Moscow by telephone and telegraph It was believed he had begun writing a long answer to the western powers proposals en Germany presented Saturday He is expected to deliver the answer Monday Russian Criticism Moscow dispatches said the So viet press criticized the western proposals chiefly on the ground they provide for majority deci veto except in unusual the fourpower high commission which would oversee a united selfgoverning German j But these criticisms were moder ately phrased Russian sources here stressed that VishinsUy in his first reac tion to the western plan said it was little suited as a basis for agreement They declared that meant exactly what it said that if Viahinsky had disliked the pro posals as a basis for discussion he would have said so Convinced of Rejection Western delegations therefore while largely convinced that the Russians will reject the proposals 150 Soldiers Miners Die In Bitter Tin Pit Fighting LA PAZ Bolivia May 29 100 workers 50 soldiers and several mine executives including at least two Americans have been killed in fighting in the rich Patinp tin mines reports from the scene said Sunday night I Strikers walked out Saturday Government troops moved iin Officialreports said that the strikers then seized seven Americans seven Bolivians and one Argentine as hostages Americans T T H OConnor south Pasadena Ca and Albert Krefting Seattle Wash were killed after having been seized telephone reports to the United Press said American engineers Wilbur J Cook Reno Nev Patrick Greene and Floyd W Erickson no ad dresses were wounded Troops Attack Strikers A communique issued by the sec retary to presidency said that federal troops attacked strike headquarters Saturday aft ernoon in an attempt to recover the bodies of the dead hostages In the fierce fighting which re sulted the communique said ap proximately 100 strikers and 50 soldiers were killed An unknown number were wounded A ministry of intenor state ment said that 200 strikers were made prisoners Minister of public works Guil lermo Gutierrez said that the min ers were armed with machine guns and rifles as well as with other I weapons and that it was believed the strike was revolutionary Situation tinder Control The situation at the mines is now under control and no further violence is expected Gutierrez said Reports from the 20th Cen turv in the mountainous W A Julian Holiday crash victim near home in Maryland Smashup Kills Treasurer Of U S at 78 BETHESDA Ma May 29 W A Julian treasurer of the United States since the earliest days the Roosevelt new deal would killed Sunday in a headon of how far the Russians are willj automobile crash near here ing to go in order to reach an j rjcath was quick for Uie man agreement Thus far Vishinsky has been ex tremely cagy in his negotiations At times he has flatly declined to talk about some economic is sues such as reparations and Soviet control of east German in dustry Western sources hope he will be forced to indicate in his reply some points contact on these questions which can be ex plored further whose flourished signature ap pears on every piece of currency His chest was crushed and mem bers of a rescue squad worked half an hour to extricate his body from the wreckage The occupants of the other car William Ellis and Paul Smith of Memory of her father shot down in B17 in J945 is a little dim now but it will never die for Florence Reeve 7 daughter of Mrs E Clark Bird 1826 Garfleld ave Sunday with mother she placed floivers on marker of Lt John R Reeve at Meditalion chapel Memory Grove Photo by Jaek While Salt Lake TribuneTelegram USAC Seniors Open Rites For Diplomas Tribune Ieanril Wire LOGAN May The culture of the nation and its society rests upon the shoulders of the institu tions of higher learning declared Dr Wesley P Lloyd dean of stu dents at Brigham Young univer sity at baccalaureate services hon oring Utah State Agricultural col leges record class of graduates here Sunday Dr Lloyd delivered the annual Firm America MEMORIAL DAY RITES Top Theme At Memorials S L Ceremonies Honor Dead By TI1K ASSOCIATED PRKSS A nation paying homage to its hero dearl was told Sunday it ran not fnllv discharge it debt until it Grove becomes a strong America for By SANDY SANDERSON To these our sons come ihome at rest So ends an inscription in bronze to Wl World War H dead at chapel in Memory Sunday under a hlup cloud dotted sky and warming sun ever free the threat of anfiends and relatives stepped up other war from a green lawr carpet past Peey of Defense Louis Tolmson plaque Issued the Memorial day statement They American as Americans prepared to kneel1 donated by the United Vet at flagdecked graves around the erans C0uncil and flowers on me in their 1Tlorjai tablets surrounding pink marble chapel the Thcn if thewished they spent a few moments of meditation in world and assemble clrirrhes to pray We ran have pence if we re main strong ho said Peace Moments of Meditation through strength must be our goal Washington was crowded with jjlc coolness and quietness of thc perhaps ITS000 visitors as the chapel capitol made ready to sound taps Thus began Salt Lake Citys an for soldiers of four wars lying unnlaj formal tribute to the memory der the green slopes of Arlington of jts dead national cemetery In almost all churches notice The traditional wreath will be was taken of Memorial laid on the toinb of the unknown sermons and in prayer Especially soldier at Arlingtons flowered there was praise for those who amphitheater am served their country with wreaths be placed on the greatest sacrifice and fervent hope Sports facilities for golf tennis and baseball were jammed Salt Lakers swarmed to Liberty park and Hogle Zoological gardens It was a day of outing and of travel for everyone One fatality has been reported Glen W Daw 18 son of Mr and Mrs Albert W Daw 63109th East was killed in a 600ft fall from Big Cottonwood canyons Storm mountain Saturday The weatherman took a gloomy view for Mondays activities how ever Memorial day services and outings are in danger from scat tered thunderstorms forecast throughout the state Other memorial observances Sunday were an evening panel dis mony quartet directed by Heinz Rimmasch and closing prayer led by James C Hoggan Sea scouts from Bonneville ship also pated in the services cussion on Which Way for Peace at First Unitarian church 56913th East and afternoon serv ices by Salt Lake Loyal Order of Moose lodge 2S9 Meet at Memorial Meeting in Moose memorial park in Ml Olivet cemetery lodge mem bers and friends were welcomed by Fred 1 Bock past governor and park chairman Past Gov S A Anderson paid tribute to deeoased members and revealed plans to iiold annual serv ices on tombs of the unknown American that war agnin would not strike warriors in London and Paris the nations youth And across the world in foreign However Sunday was also the military cemeteries American second day of n threeday holiday flags were placed on each inUtahns florked in the long ranks of those of thecrowds to canyons cnldiers sailors marines and airfind benches under men who fell on remote beaches that pushed temperatures up to by W R Richards lodge governor Sec Page 6 Columns ithe 80s I Hymns were sung by the Har Hopes Dwindle For Hoover Bill Progress WASHINGTON 29 Andes heart of Bolivia were still confused Wilbur Cook who escaped from the strikers after being serious ly beaten asserted that Erickson was killed not merely wounded He said the strikers shot Erick son through the head The report that OConnor and Krefting were killed and three Americans wounded was tele phoned tothe United Press lay D C Deringer American eral manager of the mines from the mine village of Catavi at 7 oclock Sunday night The illiterate miners of the nenrby Maryland communities i area long brooding over their were only slightly hurt No charges were filed in the accident Carefully Guarded Secret Julians death brought to light a secret carefully guarded by the retired and wealthy former banker age A drivers license showed it to be 78 Friends had thought him older Julians wife Gertrude Means Julian daughter of a former mayor of Cincinnati died last March 26 at the age of 80 They were childless Born on a farm near Frank fort Ky Wiliiam Alexander Julians early jobs were as a bank clerk and shoe salesman He rose to become a shoe manufacturer president of the Queen City Trust Co of Cincinnati and a director of other banks Spurned Public Appointment A lifelong Democrat and one time national comrnitteeman he infi lime nauonai toiiunniccinaii c sermon to graduates m colorful offera Qf appoint services conducted m the college j t ublic offlce Thcn Frank houseopening one of the persuaded him to most remarkable commencement cQme tQ Washington to overhaul the nations fiscal system in mid depression field most sessions in the colleges history College Graduates 895 The college will graduate Fri lot apparently regarded the Amer Sce Page 6 Column 4 HOLIDAY SCORE Memorial ToU Reaches 226 By ASSOCfATED PRESS The death toll from traffic and other accidents for the holiday week end up to midnight Sunday had mounted to 226 Traffic fatalities totaled 144 drownings 47 and miscellaneous accidental deaths 35 The deaths by states traffic drowning Alabama 200 Arkansas J01 California 836 Colorado 021 Connecticut 011 Florida 220 Georgia 400 Idaho 001 Illinois 1212 Indiana 500 Iowa 392 Kansas 500 Kentucky 320 Louisiana 100 Maine 100 Maryland 200 Massachusetts 401 Michigan 720 Minnesota 211 Missouri 002 Montana The accident occurred Sunday ioO morning as Julian driving alone i jjew Jersey 320 New Mexico o u morning as juuaii driving muiic jNew Jersey iiu day a class of 895 men and women altted to make aleft turn aso0 jvew york 932 North including 95 who will receive masL the brow of a hill about Carolina S30Ohio 1116 Okla ters degrees Thee ass exceeds by I three from his home homa 201 Oregon 200 Penn nearly SOCo the 1948 class of 623 Md pojce sylvania 1402 South Carolina Julian had escaped death 10 major part of the govern forms proposed by the graduates The ceremonies began at i 111 Oil am before a field house packed icollisjon in January 1939 his car with faculty members friends of into a hill 300 ft from and others A half hour thg sccne and turned ovcr by campus in 400 South Dakota 200 Ten nessee 320 Texas TJti 100 Virginia 411 Washington 021 West Virginia 520 Mis sissippi 310 ocal groups pre acuity Sri caps j j East German Congress Hails I bring pressure on and gowns crossed the campus and congress members plus an ndver1 entered the field house at Using drive to arouse public sup conclusion of the musical program j It USS nnd by more than 50 other or ganizations Prelude at 3 pm An organ prelude at 3 pm will preeede the hourlong services Musical numbers will be sung by Salt Lake Philharmonic Invocation will be a of State Heher Bonnier Jr who j powj the platform were will be followed by Brig Gen Franklin Riter commander T Nearly 25 of the streamlining merging of federal bureaus as j Of JgliLiU I M w JBB Blackhurst Presides j BRRLINi May 29 power rule of Presiding at the services was the Communistled eastern Ger outlined by Soviet v ana merging OL ieorrrii um x 11 i JIG Lrtani H 111 be SLlnK Dy outlined by the former presidents M Elackhurst Salt Lake man peoples congress asserted i Foreign Minister Andrei Y Vi lomc choir i commission could be done City chairman of the college board Sunday that only thc Soviet shinsky at Paris has scuttled thc at a stroke by passage of the bill of trustees Snaring honors with i unions love of peace has pre Communists nationalistic propa ers to Pros Harry S Truman i Franklin S Harris college pros 01 The bill is snagged in a house ident leaders of the faculty Dr i vented the Berlin railway strike ganda and cast gloom on thc peo arinjr into a third world congress Jtah department of American Lescnito disagreement Mr Truman j other members of the board of j gion speaking for the services Leslie K Van Frank chairman Mrs D M lemp presidents pa triotic council of Salt Lake City says he has a number of reorj trllstces ganization plans built on thc j To tric Of graduates Dr icratie party in eastern Germany Hoover pattern ready and waiting jjoyd extolled the value of higher charged that U S Brig Gen Ruhr industries Sunday had been set aside for Dr Otto NiiKchkc chairman of j what had been expected to he Sovietlicensed Christian Demoflamboyant party oratory demand ing early withdrawal of foreign to send to Capitol Hill thc minute memorial Sunday preceding Me near rerord jmonai day Iraycv icj picnic spotsby Prelate Kenneth D Banks and i Other a warm smiia wreath pliccd on the moniinicnt Mayor Earl J Glade and County becomes law Commissioner Robert L Cranmer each Of ijis plans would pmce a wreath on the war iave to He before congress fiO days orial before going into effect If con University of Utah ROTC will gyess is to adjoun on schedule strike colors followed by a rifle juiv 33 the bill must be passed salute by members of thc anneri signed by Wednesday t institutions of learning to the Frank L recent cxpul Congress speakers their pre spirit and future of the nationsum of Sovietcontrolled remarks junked by Russias paying special tribute to Utahs j police from American sector yards Potsdam line turned their in institutions which are showing could have set the whole maj vective on thc antiCommunist keen concern for higher educa chincry of thc Atlantic pact in railway strike Most abuse WM heaped on Howley American com tional progress and motion ting careful and intelligent Icaderi We should be grateful to the ship Soviet Union for its love of peace of th osnpndiUiros committee said SunI United Spanish Wnr veterans cnnterence committee in the next See 1age 6 Column 2 i few days cultural institutions of l given said provocation vithin thousand Sovietapproved home Howlny dele mandant in Berlin The speakers agreed it was i warlike provocation when said United States Britain and France had western Berlin police take over control of rail yattta in west ern sectors of the city from Columns f Russias new policy of 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